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Annapurna Short Trek

Destination: Nepal

Region: Annapurna

Trip Facts

9 Days
Trekking and Hiking
Hotel and Lodge
Best Season
Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast


The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is the best choice if you want to see the mountains in their spectacular splendor and become fully immersed in the local culture. The ABC Trek is a one-of-a-kind adventure that offers a breathtaking view of the Annapurna (8091m), Machhapuchhre (6997m), and Dhaulagiri (8167m) mountains as well as the warm hospitality of Gurung towns. The ABC Trek is a pleasure for any travel enthusiast as it explores the Annapurna Conservation Area and the paths to the south of Annapurna (8091m).

Access the Asia Treks offers the popular Annapurna Base Camp Trek, which takes hikers through a variety of environments, quaint towns, and breathtaking mountain views. Starting at Nayapul, the journey starts at about 1,070 meters above sea level. Trekkers set out on a gorgeous track that passes across the Modi Khola on suspension bridges and passes past traditional Gurung villages and terraced fields. Trekkers can enjoy a nice experience at the 1,760-meter-high Jhinu Danda, which has hot springs where they can relax and refresh while taking in the stunning mountain environment.

The trail continues up into Sinuwa, reaching a height of roughly 2,340 meters. This section features peaceful walking trails through forests, highlighting the abundant wildlife in the area. Trekkers pass through bamboo and rhododendron forests, with sporadic views of Machapuchare (Fishtail) peaks and Annapurna South. Standing at about 3,230 meters, Deurali is an important stopover before the last push to Annapurna Base Camp. This portion of the hike gets hikers ready for the greater heights that lie ahead while offering breathtaking vistas of the surrounding countryside.

The trip down to 2,335-meter-high Bamboo passes through the stunning Modi Khola gorge, which is known for its striking cliffs and gushing waterfalls. Hikers stroll along a peaceful trail in a forest, enjoying the peace and the abundant vegetation. Trekkers can find a peaceful place to rest in the Himalayas at Bamboo, where warm and inviting teahouses welcome tired travelers. With the views and sounds of the Himalayan mountains all around, this section of the journey offers a close-up encounter with the natural world.

Trekkers can expect an unforgettable journey into the heart of the Annapurna region on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek with Access the Asia Treks, which offers a broad range of landscapes and cultural experiences. Each section of the walk adds to an immersive Himalayan adventure, from the alpine forests and spectacular mountain views at higher heights to the lush terraced fields and quaint towns at lower altitudes. Trekkers can experience a mix of scenic beauty, cultural interactions, and the fulfillment of arriving at the foot of one of the most famous mountain ranges in the world along the journey to Annapurna Base Camp.


  • Walking to the foot of the majestic Annapurna Himalayas

  • Admiring the stunning Himalayan vistas which include Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchhre

  • Experiencing the quaint Gurung and Thakali themed lifestyle and culture

  • Journey through the vast Annapurna region within a week packing in adventures of a lifetime.

  • Enjoy the best cuisine and relaxing spot at Pokhara
  • Discover Jhinu hot natural spring and spend quality time there with hot bath
  • Experience varied natural splendor as you hike through alpine slopes, rhododendron forests, and terraced farmland.


Day 1

After your arrival at the TIA (Tribhuwan International Airport), Kathmandu, you are received with warm and hearty welcome by our friendly and accommodating staff along with welcoming banner stand sign outside the arrival terminal. Meanwhile, it is followed up by short welcoming procedure in a typical Nepali tradition and you are escorted to the luxurious hotel in Kathmandu. During this time period, you can feel the vibes of the bustling lifestyle of Kathmandu city. Various cultural heritages and ancient sculptures with magnificent monasteries are the center of attraction in Kathmandu city.  Furthermore, you are provided with pleasantly brief details regarding your stay in hotel. A comfortable and luxurious stay in hotel of Kathmandu for this night.

Drive duration: 30 minutes 

Accommodation: Luxurious hotel in Kathmandu City

Day 2

On this day, you set out for a drive to Kyumi or Jhinu Danda. Depending on the road condition, you either reach to Jhinu Danda or Kyumi the two neighboring destination.

Traveling around 200 kilometers across Nepal’s varied landscape takes you from Kathmandu, which is located at 1,400 meters, to Kyumi/Jhinu Danda, which is located at 1780 meters, via Pokhara, which is located at 822 meters. The route meanders through the picturesque mountains, showing terraced farms and quaint villages as it leaves Kathmandu’s busy downtown behind. Reaching Pokhara at 822 meters provides a pleasant stop to experience the city’s lakeside charm and lively atmosphere, and is a perfect midpoint for refreshment after roughly 6 hours of journey.

Proceeding with the trip, the road from Pokhara to Kyumi/Jhinu Danda takes about 3 to 4 hours and passes through beautiful scenery as the elevation rises progressively. At 1780 meters, the peaceful peaks of Kyumi/Jhinu Danda culminate in breathtaking views of valleys and the mighty Himalayas. This journey, which takes about 8 to 10 hours overall, takes you across Nepal’s diverse landscapes, from the calm allure of Kyumi/Jhinu Danda to the stunning Pokhara.

An overnight stay at Kyumi/Jhinu Danda.

Drive duration: 9-10 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 3

A stunning section of the Annapurna Base Camp trip, the journey from Jhinu Danda at 1,780 meters to Sinuwa at 2,340 meters, offers hikers a mix of lush vistas and steady elevation rise. Starting from the peaceful surroundings of Jhinu Danda, the walk usually covers a distance of 7 to 8 km and takes around 5 to 6 hours to finish, depending on personal pace and rest stops along the way. The trail winds its way through terraced fields and lush woodlands in the beginning, offering vistas of the surrounding hills and local life on occasion.

Trekkers will find a moderate but continuous ascent along the trail as it progressively slopes upward into Sinuwa. The trail winds through thick bamboo and rhododendron forests, producing a calm atmosphere with the sound of rustling leaves and the sporadic appearance of Himalayan birds. Trekkers enjoy the varied scenery that highlights the Annapurna region’s varied splendor as they progressively rise along well-marked paths, across small streams and passing through quaint villages.

Trekkers are rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding peaks and valleys when they reach Sinuwa, which is tucked away at a height of 2,340 meters. The town offers a peaceful environment for relaxation and rejuvenation, with its comfortable guest lodges and tea houses providing solace amidst the untamed landscape. Trekkers can now acclimatize before venturing even further into the heart of the Himalayas, and the cooler temperatures and higher elevation signal an important turning point in the route toward the Annapurna Base Camp.

An overnight stay at Sinuwa.

Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 4

The hike from 2,340-meter-high Sinuwa to 3,230-meter-high Deurali is around 9–10 kilometers long and usually takes 6–7 hours to finish. Trailheading out of Sinuwa, the route climbs steadily as it passes through lush rhododendron, oak, and bamboo forests. Hikers follow designated trails, sometimes fording tiny creeks, and get fleeting views of the neighboring peaks through the verdant foliage. Hikers can experience both a gradual elevation gain and peaceful, unhurried natural beauty as they ascend towards Deurali.

As the trail continues on, the surrounding area changes and becomes alpine territory. Along the way, trekkers may come across some rocky areas. As altitude rises, the air gets sharper. Trekkers are captivated by the expansive views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) peaks as they ascend through stunning landscapes.

Reaching the strategically important resting station of Deurali (3,230 meters) is a substantial elevation increase on the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Trekkers can enjoy a calm atmosphere in the village among the tall peaks, lodging choices, and an opportunity to acclimate before resuming the ascent towards higher heights. Deurali is a worthwhile halt on this thrilling expedition into the heart of the mountains because of the lower temperatures and stunning mountain views.

An overnight stay at Deurali.

Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 5

An amazing climb into the heart of the Annapurna Sanctuary is the walk from 3,230-meter-high Deurali to 4,130-meter-high Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). This section, which covers around 4 to 5 kilometers, usually takes 3 to 4 hours to finish, depending on pace and personal acclimatization. Trekkers leave Deurali and follow a track that progressively ascends, offering a combination of rocky terrain and breathtaking views.

The trail winds its way up towards the Annapurna Base Camp, passing through snow-covered alpine scenery and occasionally rocky spots that require some dexterity. As they gradually approach the base camp, trekkers are rewarded with breath-taking views of towering peaks, including the recognizable Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) and the beautiful Annapurna range. A sensation of wonder and achievement is evoked by the sharper air and the surrounding peaks that appear to embrace hikers in their majestic grandeur.

At 4,130 meters, reaching the Annapurna Base Camp is an incredible achievement that rewards hikers with a beautiful view of the sanctuary surrounded by snow-capped hills. Situated amidst the Himalayan giants’ amphitheater, the base camp offers a tranquil and fulfilling experience. Before checking into their lodgings and savoring the peace and quiet of the highest point on this thrilling hike, trekkers frequently savor this time, taking in the breathtaking views and the overwhelming majesty of the surrounding peaks.

An overnight stay at Annapurna Base Camp.

Trek Duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 6

Depending on pace and route conditions, the descent from Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) at 4,130 meters to Bamboo at 2,335 meters is roughly 13 to 14 kilometers long and usually takes 6 to 7 hours. Trekkers continue their descend via well-established trails, retracing their ways through the Annapurna Sanctuary, leaving behind the spectacular heights of ABC. The trail, which descends from the alpine environment back into lush forests, provides breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and the constantly shifting landscapes.

As they descend from the upper elevations, hikers observe the landscape gradually changing from bamboo and rhododendron groves to lush woods and bubbling streams. The trail meanders through the tranquil refuge, offering sporadic views of the massive peaks that progressively disappear into the distance. The atmosphere changes to the peaceful cadence of the lower altitudes as hikers approach Bamboo. The temperature also rises.

Reaching Bamboo, which is tucked away in the peaceful environs at 2,335 meters, signifies a considerable drop from the heights of Annapurna Base Camp. Trekkers frequently find solace in the comfortable lodgings, surrounded by the calming sounds of nature, following a tiring day spent descending the Himalayas’ spectacular heights.

An overnight stay at Bamboo.

Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 7

The journey from 2,335-meter-high Bamboo to 1,730-meter-high Jhinu Danda is around 7 to 8 kilometers long and usually takes 4 to 5 hours, depending on the hiker’s pace and stops along the way. Trekkers begin a slow descend from Bamboo via well-traveled pathways that meander through verdant forests and quaint communities. The trail meanders back through woods of bamboo and rhododendron, with sporadic views of the nearby hillsides and the far-off peaks of the Annapurna range.

Trekkers see a change in the scenery as they descend, with terraced fields and tiny communities tucked away among the undulating hills. The track offers a calm return trip toward Jhinu Danda by meandering through the serene environment, crossing streams, and occasionally coming across local inhabitants.

Reaching 1,730 meters, Jhinu Danda provides hikers with a well-known refuge among the scenic vistas. Following a strenuous day of hiking, trekkers can rest and rejuvenate in the village’s tranquil atmosphere and warm springs. This section of the journey comes to a reassuring finish at Jhinu Danda, with its lower elevation and serene surroundings, beckoning hikers to rest and recover before venturing further into the Annapurna region.

An overnight stay at Jhinu Danda.

Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 8

Traveling from the 1730-meter-high Jhinu Danda to the 822-meter-high, cosmopolitan city of Pokhara is a fascinating drive that takes around 2-3 hours. As the route descends from the tranquil heights, Nepal’s varied landscapes come into vivid view. Every turn in the road offers a fresh view of distant peaks and valleys as you drive by quaint villages and terraced farms on either side of you. The about 22-kilometer trip provides lots of chances to take in the amazing landscape, making every minute spent behind the wheel a stunning investigation of Nepal’s natural splendor.

The terrain gradually changes as the kilometers travel and the wheels turn. There’s a difference in scenery as you move from the peaceful highland region to the bustling Pokhara suburbs. The air gets warmer, more people live on the slopes, and the edges of the city begin to show. The road leads to the bustling city life at the conclusion of the journey, winding through the ever-changing terrain. The journey from Jhinu Danda to Pokhara, which takes 2 to 3 hours by car, captures the spirit of Nepal’s varied topography and provides a smooth transition from the tranquil highlands to the vibrant city.

An overnight stay at Pokhara.

Drive Duration: 2-3 hours

Accommodation: Best available Hotels/Lodges/Tea Houses

Day 9

After having breakfast at Pokhara, you set out for a drive to Kathmandu. The drive duration is around 6-7 hours according to the traffic on the road and the road condition.

Drive Duration: 6-7 hours

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What's Included

  • All transportation is grounded transportation

  • Two nights’ accommodation with breakfast in a luxurious hotel in Kathmandu and one night at Pokhara

  • Full board meals breakfast, lunch, and dinner with tea/coffee during the trek

  • Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation

  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek (optional)

  • Sightseeing tours in the areas covered by the trek.

  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide. Porters at your own cost (1 porter for two people) and their insurance, food, accommodation, salary, and equipment.

  • Sleeping Bag, Down jacket and Duffle bag for porters

  • Trekking map and trip achievement certificate

  • First aid medical kit

  • Annapurna conservation area Permit fee

  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers’ Information Management System

  • All government taxes and office service charge

What's Excluded

  • Meals not specified in the inclusions

  • Hot shower and extra hot water

  • Personal equipment

  • Cold drinks and sweets like cholate bar and other snacks

  • Travel insurance

  • Tips for guide and porters

  • Battery charging above 3820m

  • No extra expenses from the company if there is an emergency or bad weather


What to Bring?

Annapurna Region is considered to be the most thrilling and spectacular trekking region, well renowned all over the globe. This region’s trek starts from the easy level to elite level where you have to be equipped with all the necessary and appropriate gears and equipment to ensure your safety, comfort, and pleasure during your trek. When trekking in the Annapurna region, you should bring the following items, among others:

  1. Trekking boots: As you reach to various landscapes including the rocky difficult trials in this region. Therefore, the sturdy trekking boots is required with an ankle support to make your trek safer and risk free.
  2. Hand Gloves: Another important trekking equipment is hand gloves. Basically, hand gloves is used to prevent your hands from frostbite and the possible numb situation due to snow.
  3. Hat: It is the equipment that is used to prevent yourself from severe coldness. Basically, hats that covers your ears are highly preferable in order to keep you warm.
  4. Backpack: A roomy backpack is necessary for you to carry the electronics equipment like mobile and camera with water bottle and other necessary personal equipment.
  5. Clothing: The weather in the Annapurna Region is unpredictable. Thus, you have to be prepared for the sudden change in the weather. Thus, you have to take thermal undergarments, layered clothes and trekking trousers to make yourself cozy and warm. Fleece and down jacket with a scarf, hat and mittens are also very useful during this trek.
  6. Sleeping bag: In Annapurna region, the weather might reach below zero. Thus, a quality sleeping bag is necessary which can keep you warm and safe during the trek.
  7. Trekking poles: While walking in the rocky and steep grounds, you have to be careful whereas trekking poles help your ankle and knees to prevent you from the possible mishaps.
  8. Headlamp: For Navigating early in the morning and evening time, you need the headlamps while moving though the lodge and tea houses in the lush forests.
  9. Sunglasses: UV protected and a quality Sunglasses is required to prevent yourself from the glare of the snow and intense mountain sunshine.
  10. Water container and purification tablets: The water during the trek is most essential. Healthy and pure water makes your trek full of energy whereas polluted water might hamper your health. Thus, water container and purification tablets are really necessary.
  11. First aid box: The first aid equipment like bandages, antiseptic cream, pain relievers, and altitude sickness medication is crucial. The trekking leader of the trek also carries first aid medical kit for your safety.

Access the Asia Treks offers its customers a thorough packing list, equipment rental choices, and guidance on the best supplies for their trekking requirements. In order to complete their trek to the Annapurna region securely and comfortably, we want to make sure that our clients have all the required supplies.



  • Non-bio degradable materials are not allowed to dispose in the trekking route randomly.
  • Proper follow of the guidance provided by the leader/guide of the trek.
  • Alcoholic beverages and other intoxicating substances are highly discouraged.
  • There might be the chances of bad weather so be prepared for the inconvenience caused by the unpredictable weather.
  • Try to be mentally and physically prepared before this trek with few short hikes before this trek is highly recommended.




  • Passport
  • Few passport size photos for TIMS and other official documents
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Snow goggles
  • Personal handbag and luggage
  • Snacks and sweets like chocolate bar (if required)
  • Warm clothes, down jacket and multilayered clothes
  • Trekking shoes
  • Some personal items and sunscreen/sun cream
  • Water bottle and hat




  • As different permits, flight tickets and other government official documents are necessary so payment is highly appreciable if done 30 days prior of the trekking start date.
  • Payments are supposed to be done 15 days prior to the trekking start date.
  • If cancellation is made 10 days before the trek start date, 50% of the total trek cost will be charged as the cancellation fees.
  • In case of restrictions imposed by the government, bad weather or the emergency situation, the company will not to be liable to any extra cost and will find the most feasible way to proceed the trek.


  • Greeting ‘Namaste’ (your palms held together) is the most respectful and attractive way to greet somebody and is practiced profoundly.
  • Accessibility of internet and phone calls can be made efficient using the mobile SIM Card provided by the company itself or you can buy easily in the local market. All you need is one passport sized photo and a photocopy of your physical passport in either case.
  • There are lots of major cultural heritage sites in Kathmandu along with the ancient monasteries and sculptures. Photos are not taken unless you have asked for the permission.
  • The nightlife in Kathmandu is mostly safe and concentrated in Thamel area, one of the busiest destinations for foreigners to hang out with varied options of bars, restaurants and other places to choose from. Somehow, other areas including small towns are closed before 10pm.
  • Nepalese people are friendly, truly kind and incredibly welcoming as there is a phrase in Nepali culture ‘Guests equal Gods’. Out of the blue moon, there are several chances of being cheated. Saying this, you are somehow prone to possible travel scams. Keep yourself and your belongings safe, if you are travelling solo. It is highly recommended to have one experienced guide, taking safety into consideration.


The Annapurna Short Trek is a popular option for people looking for a shorter trekking adventure in Nepal’s Annapurna region. This trek is intended for hikers with limited time or who choose a less challenging choice but still want to see the spectacular grandeur of the Himalayas. The Annapurna Short Trek normally lasts 5 to 7 days and begins and ends in Nayapul, with a picturesque path that takes you past quaint villages, lush woods, terraced fields, and spectacular mountain vistas. The journey offers views of beautiful peaks like as Annapurna, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), and Dhaulagiri. Because it is shorter in duration and lower in height than longer Annapurna treks, it is accessible to a wide range of trekkers, including beginners and families. It is an excellent way to see the region’s cultural richness, interact with local communities, and appreciate the natural beauty without committing to a more physically challenging and time-consuming walk.

With “Access the Asia Treks,” you experience the Annapurna Base Camp Trek in a singular and engaging way that blends the program’s unique approach with the essence of the trek. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is enhanced by “Access the Asia Treks” by adding an informative element that enables you to learn more about specific aspects of the trek, such as regional culture, photography, or sustainable practices. This broadens your view and improves your journey as a whole. The program places a strong emphasis on environmental protection, aids in local communities, and promotes activities for moral tourism. This trek provides a platform for visitors to interact with one another and share their experiences and lessons learned. You have the chance to participate in cultural workshops, see local initiatives, and discover the customs and way of life of the inhabitants of the Annapurna region. Overall, after joining with us, you can enjoy your time with once in a lifetime experience.

The possibility of altitude sickness during the Annapurna Short Trek is low. The highest point reached on this walk is usually around 3,210 meters (10,531 feet) at Poon Hill, which is not considered a high enough height to offer a substantial danger of altitude sickness. However, due to variations in acclimatization, individuals may still have mild symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headache, dizziness, or weariness. It’s critical to rise carefully, stay hydrated, and pay attention to your body. If any symptoms appear, it is best to descend to a lower altitude and rest until they pass. In terms of altitude sickness, the Annapurna Short walk is regarded a relatively safe walk, but it’s always a good idea to be aware of the symptoms and take the appropriate precautions to guarantee a safe and pleasurable trekking experience.

The Annapurna Short Trek is a moderate-level trek appropriate for trekkers with basic fitness and trekking expertise. The trail has both uphill and downhill sections, stone steps, and a few severe climbs. Poon Hill, the trek’s highest point, is roughly 3,210 meters (10,531 feet). While not as physically difficult as longer and higher altitude climbs in the Annapurna region, the journey nevertheless necessitates a respectable level of fitness and endurance. The walk normally lasts 5 to 7 days, allowing for a more leisurely pace. Most trekkers may successfully complete the Annapurna Short Trek with sufficient preparation, including physical fitness training and prior hiking experience.

The best time to do the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to December) seasons. These months offer stable weather, clear mountain views, and comfortable temperatures for trekking. Why Annapurna Base Camp Trek? A thrilling journey awaits you on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek in the center of the Annapurna mountain range. It offers a captivating experience for nature lovers with its breathtaking scenery, including terraced farms, lush forests, and soaring hills. The trip passes through quaint towns where you get a taste of local culture and connect with the locals. The accomplishment of arriving to Annapurna’s base camp, which is surrounded by mighty mountains, is an unforgettable experience. This trek is a well-liked option for hikers looking for an unforgettable Himalayan adventure since it combines natural beauty, cultural exploration, and a sense of accomplishment.

Absolutely, permits are necessary for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. The trekkers’ information management system (TIMS) card and the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) are required. These permits offer crucial details about hikers in the area and aid in funding conservation activities. Permits are provided by Access the Asia Treks. The permits must be kept with you at all times and shown at checkpoints along the route.


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