Annapurna Circuit Trek 10 Days

Trip Facts

  • Duration 10 Days
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Destination Nepal
  • Transportation Private Vehicle, Domestic Flight & Bus/ Public Jeep
  • Activity Approx. 5-6 hrs walking Best Season
  • Best Season Feb, -May, & Sep - Dec.
  • Group Size 2-14 People
  • Trip Start/End Kathmandu
  • Max Altitude 5,416m at Thorung la pass


  • Experience Tibetan Monasteries in Manang and Braga Village.
  • Activities are cross-cultural around the Annapurna circuit trail.
  • Discover the Himalayas of the North, including Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.
  • Unparalleled adventure in the mountains
  • Sublime views of majestic Machhapuchhre
  • Captivating landscapes of Manang and Muktinath
  • Cross Thorong La Pass and fly from Jomsom to Pokhara
  • Thorong La Pass is located at 5,416 meters above sea level.
  • Explore the rich cultural diversity in Jomsom and Muktinath.
  • Explore Muktinath, and learn about The 108 sprouts and eternal flame.

Annapurna Circuit Short  Trek-10 Days Overview:

The Annapurna Circle trek, trekking up to Jomsom and flying to Pokhara, is one of the most popular classic treks. We begin our 10-day journey in Dharapani and experience the ever-changing culture and landscape of the Annapurna Region. We will be circling the Annapurna mountain range. We'll cross one of the highest passes in the world - Thorong La (5.416m/17.769ft), explore the beautiful and dry landscape of Manang Valley, and visit Muktinath, a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists.

The 10-day Annapurna circuit trek is a great adventure. Some consider this trek to be the best in Nepal and even among the best in the world. Many trekkers only have a limited amount of time to explore Nepal. A trekker's dream is to have such an experience without having a long itinerary. Want to hear something amazing? This trek can be completed in less time. This 10-Day Annapurna Circuit Trek allows you to experience the circuit in a very short time. Trekkers with less than Two weeks can now give it a go. The best part? The same highlights and destinations are included in a shorter trek. The classic Annapurna Trek will be the same. This is the ideal alternative for those who want to make memories as quickly as possible.

Annapurna Circuit Short Trek represents the classic trekking route in Nepal. The trip normally takes 14-20 days and is a detour from Nepal Trekking. You can do the Trek much faster if you're short on time. Travel planners at Adventure Club Trek compiled the Annapurna Circuit Trek 10-Day itinerary after extensive field research. This itinerary is ideal for those who do not want to risk altitude sickness or spend hours walking. The construction of a hilly route from Besisahar-Manang helped to create the short itinerary for the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

The Annapurna Circuit Trek offers a wonderful blend of adventure and hiking in the Annapurna Region. You can see the dramatic deep gorges, lonely mountain passes, and snow-capped mountain ranges. There are also relaxing hot springs and Buddhist and Hindu temples. The itinerary we offer on our website is our shortest Annapurna Trek. The Trek begins in Kathmandu. You will be taken to Besisahar where we register our trekking permits at the checkpoint. You will then take a scenic local drive in a jeep to Chame, our destination for that day. 

We begin our trek from Chame to Upper Pisang the next morning. The path follows a pleasant forest trail. You will see Paungda Danda Rock on the way. You will spend the rest of the day in Upper Pisang. You will depart Pisang the next morning and continue to Manang, enjoying the views of Annapurna II III IV and Gangapurna from their north faces. After stopping overnight at Manang the next day, you'll head to Ledar.

The Annapurna Circuit Short Trek (Ten Days) is for hikers passionate about hiking and can walk five to six hours daily. This is a good alternative to the 14-day Annapurna Circuit Trek and 12-day Annapurna Circuit Trek which includes a rest day and explores Kathmandu after the trek. We can customize the itinerary to meet your exact needs. Rest assured that you'll receive excellent customer service at a fair price. We wish you a memorable journey!

You may be interested in alternative options we offer within the Annapurna Region.

The Annapurna Circuit Short 10-Day Trek offers a private ride from Kathmandu to Dharapani to make your journey easier. However, you can pick a cheaper option, like a local bus or shared Jeep. Similarly, when you return, we offer a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara to avoid the long, rough road. But if you want to save money, you can choose a local jeep or bus instead. We also ask that guests arrive in Kathmandu a day before the trip starts for some final preparations. If you missed the online briefing, we can still give you all the information you need in person.

When is the best time to do Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The best season to trek the Annapurna Circle is from March to May, before the monsoon season. Trekking is also recommended in the months following the monsoon, from late September to early December. You can also do the Annapurna Circle Trek in early September or February. The best time to do this trek is the period mentioned above. Whenever you choose to travel, rest assured that Adventure Club Trek Treks will create a trekking adventure surpassing even your highest expectations.

How difficult is the Annapurna Circuit Short Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Short Trek is a shorter version of the Annapurna Region. It makes a full circle around the Annapurna Massif. This trek is harder than the Annapurna base camp trek because you'll cross the 5,416m Thorong La Pass (5,764ft) at a high altitude. This trek is harder because of the steep climbs, long distances, and limited amenities. This is a shorter version of the circle trek. Instead of walking to Nayapul, drive from Muktinath to Jomsom and fly to Pokhara. The route is usually closed in winter because of the heavy snow accumulation on the trails. You must be physically fit to walk at least five to seven hours daily. This trek is suitable for beginners as long as they prepare themselves 3 months in advance. You can prepare your body to conquer the Himalayas through cardiovascular exercises, cycling, swimming, acrobatics, and hiking.

What are accommodations & food in the Annapurna Circuit trek like?

Annapurna Circuit Trek 10 Days is a classic trekking route. The food and accommodations are available of good quality. The accommodation ranges from the basic to the standard. Trekkers might have to share a room in high-altitude areas like Thorong Phedi or High Camp. Sometimes, the dining room can also be used to sleep overnight. In terms of food, the route offers some of the best meals. During the trip, you can choose from a variety of food options. You can choose from Western food to local cuisine. You can also bring your cook along and opt for the camping trek rather than the teahouse trek. Please confirm this with the travel planners before booking.


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We leave Kathmandu early in the morning and take a bus to Besisahar, a settlement in the Marsyangdi River valley. After bumping along a dirt road for several hours, we will switch to off-road vehicles and drive to the small village of Chame in the early evening. It is hidden under the majestic mountain blocks Manaslu, Annapurna, and Manaslu. You will enjoy rural Nepal, a more relaxed, gentler place to visit after leaving the Kathmandu Valley. The quality of tourist infrastructure in rural Nepal is lower, and there are fewer accommodations and restaurants. We can still experience nature and the Himalayas, the most powerful mountain range in the world, close up. Overnight at Cheme.

    We begin our first hike after a delicious breakfast. As we leave Chame, the scenery becomes even more dramatic. The icy peaks of Annapurna II are visible in the morning sun. Our path leads first through a pine-forested gorge, then a suspension bridge. The striking rock wall represents the Gate of Heaven. We understand this as we approach it, admiring its often cloud-covered peak. Dhukur Phokari is the first settlement we reach after crossing the pine forest. We will have our lunch here. We will settle in Upper Pisang in the late afternoon. Here, we can take a short acclimatization walk in the village and visit the Buddhist monastery. The view is even more spectacular. Overnight at Upper Pisang.

      After breakfast, we follow an easy, pleasant track from upper Pisang to Ghyaru Village. From here, the trail continues to descend at a slow pace until we reach Ngawal. As we continue towards Humid, the landscape changes dramatically. In about two hours, we arrive at humid, where we take a quick break. We walk from Humde to Braka without any undulating paths but only a few potholes. We take a short break in Braka before continuing on our way to Manang. The road is relatively easy. Snow-capped mountains surround us in the stunning scenery of the valley. Manang has a lot of people since it's a very busy town. Overnight at Manang.

        The day is spent in Manang acclimatizing our bodies and adjusting to the oxygen-poor high-altitude environment. Today is also not a day of idleness: the blue-green Gangapurna Lake is one of the most beautiful corners in the area, located at the base of the northern Gangapurna Glacier, only a half-hour walk from the village. On the surface of this lake are the icy peaks of the glaciers and the reflections of these peaks. There are also many prayer flags and small memorials on its shore. Once again, we are surrounded by a magical landscape! We can climb to the nearby lookout point for those who are looking for a bit more challenge. You can personalize the free afternoon program to suit your needs. Overnight at Manang.

          Today we will enjoy a shorter day with the same spectacular scenery. We slowly and steadily continue our ascent towards Thorung Pass after leaving Manang. We prefer to divide this section into two sections for better acclimatization and because it is hard to leave the luxurious surroundings. We climbed about 500 meters today. That means we're just over 4,000 meters before we get to our accommodation, the village of Yak Kharka. It consists of two guest houses. Yes, the name is accurate; there is indeed a yak meadow in this area. Overnight at Yak Kharka.

            After breakfast, we will head toward Thorang Phedi, which is a steep climb. We walk for a while before crossing a suspension bridge and reaching Ledar village. As we continue to ascend, we pass by towering cliffs and reach Thorang Phedi. This is the last village before Thorong La Pass. We are rewarded on this trip with some of Mt. Gundang, Mt. Syagang, Thorung Peak, and Mt. Khatungkan. In Nepalese, the word Phedi is used to refer to the foot of a hill. Overnight at Thorong Phedi. Overnight in Thorang Phedi.

              It is the hardest day and the most spectacular of our trip. We get up early today to reach the highest point on our tour, the famous Thorung-La Pass, before the wind and clouds start blowing. Slowly, we creep towards the pass. We stop and rest, and we can see endless mountain ranges on the horizon in the light of the rising sun. A stunning sight! We are welcomed by prayer flags as we arrive at the Thorung La Pass, the most emblematic point in the Annapurna Tour and the highest pass in Nepal. We take our summit photos at the pass and unfurl our prayer flags. Then, we start our descent from the other side, in the direction of Muktinath. Muktinath, a Hindu pilgrimage site, is considered one of the most sacred places. Overnight at Muktinath.

                The Muktinath Temple is visited in the early morning. The climb to the temple takes around 20 minutes. You can take a holy dip in two holy ponds, and on 108, water sprouts. The Himalayan surroundings are charismatic. We return to our hotel for breakfast and pay homage. We then take a walk downhill through some antique settlements. We pass a traditional settlement called Kagbeni on our way forward. This is the gateway to Upper Mustang. At this point, we stop for lunch. We then follow the Kali Gandaki River to Jomsom, the district center of Mustang, and explore this town. Then, we continue walking towards Jomsom, also known as the apple orchard. Overnight at Jomsom.

                Note: You can ask your guide if you want to take the local bus straight from Muktinath to Jomsom instead of walking it will take 2 hours by bus.

                  This morning, we say goodbye to the lunar landscapes of Mustang and this special region with a Tibetan atmosphere. In Jomson, we board a small plane to fly over the Kali Ghandaki river valley, between the Daulagiri and Annapurna blocks, to arrive in Pokhara. We take our accommodation near Lake Phewa and spend the rest of the day relaxing. After the barren countryside of Manang and Mustang, the proximity of the many green and peaceful lakes of Lake Phewa will be a particularly good contrast. You can take a boat ride, relax in the great restaurants by the lake, or shop. We spent one night in our hotel in Pokhara.

                    Today, we will be driving back to Kathmandu in 6–7 hours, with fond memories of Nepal's unique culture and geography. These memories will last for a lifetime. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.

                      Note: Your safety is of the utmost concern while you are traveling with Adventure Club Trek. We will make every effort possible to follow the original itinerary. However, we reserve the right to change that itinerary if a segment of it becomes a safety issue. Certain mountain regions are remote, natural disasters can happen, weather conditions can decline, and there can be illness or injury. To avoid dangerous situations, we may occasionally have to change the itinerary to ensure everyone’s safety. That being said, Adventure Club Trek will strive to provide you with the best possible trekking experience and keep your safety our number one priority. We thank you for your understanding.

                      Cost Details

                      Price Includes

                      • Arrival and Departure transfer by private tourist vehicle.
                      • The best available twin-sharing guesthouse accommodation during the trek
                      • Surface transfer from Kathmandu – Beshisahar by private vehicle and from Beshisahar to Cheme by local jeep
                      • Jomsom -Pokhara flight ticket with airport tax.
                      • Pokhara to Kathmandu by Deluxe Tourist bus
                      • Welcome and farewell dinner.
                      • Full board meals ( Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) with a Cup of Tea/coffee while on trek.
                      • Government-licensed English-speaking guide trained in wilderness first aid
                      • Porters to carry your luggage during the trek (1 porter for 2 trekkers)
                      • Assistant guide walking with the group if the group size is bigger. (1 guide for 4 trekkers)
                      • Staff costs include Food, salary, accommodation, transportation, Insurance, and medicine.
                      • Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion).
                      • Annapurna Conservation Park permits, and TIMS permits for trekking.
                      • Trip T-shirt and trekking map
                      • Duffel bag for trekking
                      • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
                      • All Government and Local taxes

                      Price Excludes

                      • Nepal visa (USD 30 for 15 days and USD 50 for 30 days, and US$125 for 90 days)
                      • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
                      • International air fares/flights (fares and flights can be arranged upon request)
                      • Personal expenses (alcoholic drinks, bottled water, cold drinks)
                      • Travel Insurance (Essential – Should include emergency evacuation coverage while trekking up to 5500+ meters).
                      • Personal trekking equipment
                      • Tips for guide, porters, and drivers (tipping is expected, but it is not mandatory)

                      Useful Info

                      Acclimatization, And High-Altitude Sickness

                      The acclimatization planned during the trip helps trekkers adapt to the environment with less oxygen. Our body needs time to adjust to higher altitudes. Rushing to the higher elevation without acclimatization may result in acute mountain sickness (AMS), which could be fatal. The trekkers may suffer from AMS above 2,400m/7,875ft as the amount of oxygen becomes less and less with the increase in elevation.

                      We can categorize AMS into three categories with its symptoms. The trekker suffering from normal AMS feels giddy, gets headaches, has Nausea, and is out of breath, and is suggested not to worry as it disappears after the body gets used to less oxygen. Likewise, trekkers suffering from mild AMS show symptoms of dizziness, muscular pain, insomnia, headache, vomiting, loss of appetite, rapid heartbeat, and shortness of breath. Mild AMS can be treated with anti-headache medicines. A person suffering from serious AMS shows heightened symptoms, including shortness of breath, even while resting. The trekker with serious symptoms can barely walk, and fluids may start building up in the lungs. The trekker with serious AMS must be taken to a lower altitude immediately.

                      Advanced cases of AMS

                      If AMS is not treated in time, it can be life-threatening and lead to edema, a condition in which fluid accumulates in the tissues of the body. Following are the two serious altitude sicknesses caused at high altitudes.

                      High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE)

                      In HACE, the brain gets swollen which can lead to coma and even death. Its symptoms are paralysis on one side of the body, bladder dysfunction, fatigue, bowel dysfunction, loss of coordination, and confusion. Descend to a lower altitude as soon as possible to prevent the worsening of the condition.

                      High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE)

                      Fluid is accumulated in the lungs which also increases the capillary pressure. Its symptoms include severe shortness of breath at rest, dry cough that later leads to producing pink frothy sputum, and fatigue.

                      Important Note: Severe cases of AMS are pretty rare. All our guides at the Adventure Club Trek, are aware of the symptoms of AMS and can handle it with care. We prioritize acclimatization, talk about the use of Diamox beforehand, and counsel all our trekkers on the risk and preventive factors before and during the trip. Your safety is our main concern.

                      Equipment And Packing List

                      We advise you to add the things to the list below. If your trek is longer or shorter than that, suitable modifications can be made to account for the particular needs, the time of year, and the distance traveled. Adventure Club Trek will supply the things denoted by an asterisk (*) at no additional charge. If you currently own these articles and would rather use your own, you are free to use them. In Kathmandu's Thamel district, one may find many inexpensive hiking supplies; quality varies, with imported goods from China frequently being of higher quality. Additionally, Kathmandu has several upscale stores that sell well-known brands. Please remember that the limit is 15 kg (33 lbs), as our porters will carry your pack.

                      * The Adventure Club Trek will lend each trekker a set of down Jackets, sleeping bags, and duffle bags.

                      * Our main guide, trained in wilderness first aid, will carry a comprehensive medical kit.


                      Important Documents And Items

                      • Valid passport, 2 extra passport-size photos, airline tickets.
                      • Dollars, pounds, or Euros in cash for purchasing a Nepali visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying for restaurants and hotels, for gratuities, and snacks, and for purchasing your drinks and gifts.
                      • Credit cards, Bank/ATM/Cash machine cards for withdrawing funds from cash machines (bring a photocopy of your cards), traveler's checks, etc


                      • A bandana or headscarf, also useful in dusty conditions
                      • Warm hat that covers your ears (wool or synthetic)
                      • Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
                      • Sunglasses with UV protection
                      • Prescription sunglasses (if required)

                      UPPER BODY

                      • Polypropylene shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves)
                      • Light and expedition-weight thermal tops
                      • Fleece wind-stopper jacket or pullover
                      • Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
                      • Down vest and/or jacket *
                      • Gore-Tex jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable

                      LOWER BODY

                      •  Non-cotton underwear briefs
                      • 1 pair of Hiking shorts
                      • 1 pair of hiking trousers
                      • 1 pair of lightweight thermal bottoms (seasonal)
                      • 1 pair of fleece or woolen trousers
                      • 1 pair of waterproof shell pants, breathable fabric


                      • 2 pairs of thin, lightweight inner socks
                      • 2 pairs of heavy poly or wool socks
                      • 1 pair of Hiking boots with spare laces (sturdy soles, water-resistant, ankle support, “broken-in”)
                      • 1 pair of trainers or running shoes and/or sandals
                      • Cotton socks (optional)
                      • Gaiters (winter only), optional, “low” ankle high version


                      • 1 pair of lightweight poly liner gloves.
                      • 1 pair of lightweight wool or fleece gloves
                      • 1 pair of mittens, consisting of 1 Gore-Tex over mitt matched with a very warm polar-fleece mitt liner (seasonal)


                      • 1 medium-sized quick-drying towel
                      • Toothbrush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
                      • Multipurpose soap (preferably biodegradable)
                      • Deodorants
                      • Nail clippers
                      • Face and body moisturizer
                      • Female hygiene products
                      • Small mirror
                      • Personal Hygiene
                      • Wet wipes (baby wipes)
                      • Tissue /toilet roll
                      • Anti-bacterial handwash


                      • 1 sleeping bag (good to -10 degrees C or 14 degrees F)*
                      • Fleece sleeping bag liner (optional)
                      • Rucksack and Travel Bags
                      • 1 medium rucksack (50-70 liters/3000-4500 cubic inches, can be used for an airplane carryon)
                      • 1 large duffel bag *
                      • A small daypack/backpack for carrying your valuables should have good shoulder padding
                      • Small padlocks for duffel-kit bags
                      • 2 large waterproof rucksack covers (optional)


                      • Small, personal first-aid kit. (Simple and light)
                      • Aspirin, first-aid tape, and plasters (Band-Aids)
                      • Anti-diarrhea pills
                      • Anti-headache pills
                      • Cough and/or cold medicine
                      • Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetylpolyamine
                      • Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin, etc. Do not bring sleeping pills as they are respiratory depressants.
                      • Water purification tablets or the water filter
                      •  Extra pair of prescription glasses, contact lens supplies
                      • Extras/Luxuries
                      • Reading book
                      • Trail map/guidebook
                      • Journal and pen
                      • Binoculars (optional)
                      • Voltage converter (from 220 to 110)
                      • Plug adapter (2 round pegs to 2 flat peg


                      Visa And Entry Procedures

                      All nationals except Indians require a visa for entry into Nepal. For 30 days, citizens of SAARC countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Bhutan are exempt from visa requirements. Getting a Nepal visa can be a simple process. Tourist visas can be obtained at the airport or official entry points. Travelers from Afghanistan, Iraq, and Cameroon are not eligible for visas on arrival. You will find electronic kiosks at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, that can help you with visa processing. You will need to wait in the immigration line for your visa after completing the form and paying the fee.

                      Visitors can apply online for a visa within 15 working days of their arrival in Nepal. You must upload a passport-sized digital photo and your Nepal hotel address to the online form. You will need to print the confirmation page after submitting the online form. This must be presented at the Immigration section of the Kathmandu Airport along with your passport and the visa fee.

                      Tourists may also apply for a Nepali Visa at their home country's local Nepali Consulate or Embassy. They can also mail their application to the nearest visa office, but they should do this in advance to allow processing time. Nepal Visa Information for travelers of all categories and the cost of correspondence can be extremely useful. For more information and the contact details for the Nepali Embassy and Consulate in your area.

                      You will receive a visa for 15/30/90 days, depending on how you enter Nepal. The Nepal visa fee for multiple entries on arrival is:

                      15 days – US$30, 30 days – US$50, and 90days – US$125

                      Tourist visas can be extended for a maximum of 150 days in a year and these extensions are granted only at the department of immigration offices in Pokhara and Kathmandu. For more information on Nepal visas, visit our visa information page.

                      Our Trekking Guides/Leaders 

                      Here at Adventure Club, our staff is like family. We only use locals to support their communities and we train our staff rigorously to be the best they can be – for you! 

                      •  Full first-aid training
                      • Guide Training (trekking)
                      • English and other common languages (as requested) 
                      • Village and Land Conservation 
                      • Mountaineering (for specialty expeditions or climbing treks)

                      All our guides are carefully trained for leadership as good leadership is vital for your trek to be enjoyable, safe, and successful. Most of our guides grew up in Sherpa country or other mountainous parts of Nepal. Their pride in their region shows itself in the way they lead treks and interface with you. 

                      Porters Care

                      A successful and satisfying experience on any team depends on mutual respect and consideration. Since our porters are essential to every trekking team, they are paid fairly and given good care. After your tour, you'll realize how much they merit your respect and appreciation. It is requested that all hikers carry at most 40lbs/22kgs of luggage. Adventure Club Trek is dedicated to giving our porters the appropriate clothes, tools, and lodging. They receive the same care as the rest of the trekking crew if they are seriously injured or unwell. We might even foot the bill for their helicopter evacuation. We back the IPPG, which seeks to maintain and enhance the working conditions for our porters.

                      Travel Insurance

                      To be adequately protected in terms of insurance, you will need specialist travel insurance for participation in hazardous activities. A travel insurance policy that covers helicopter evacuation, trip cancellation, injury, death, lost baggage, theft, liability, medical treatment, and expenses is strongly recommended. Make sure the insurance covers all the activities that you will be undertaking during your stay in Nepal such as trekking and climbing. If you are injured and unable to travel, you can ask for a rescue helicopter from a remote area only if you have definite proof you can pay for it. Adventure Club Trek has an agreement in Kathmandu that guarantees payment for helicopter evacuations. They pay a cash deposit to the helicopter operator and collect the money from you once you have been rescued. Be sure your policy specifically covers mountaineering or alpinism or you may have a difficult time settling a claim.

                      Experience Required

                      The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a moderate hike suitable for trekkers with good fitness who can walk 5-7 hours daily. The physical demands of walking at higher altitudes are greater than those at lower altitudes. However, anyone can complete this trek with a positive attitude, a good level of fitness, a strong sense of self-confidence, and determination. You should jog and exercise regularly a few weeks before your trip to improve your strength and stability. This trip requires no technical skills, but previous hiking experience is advantageous. Participants with existing medical conditions, such as heart, blood, or lung diseases, should consult their doctor before the trip. Himalayan Glacier also recommends that you notify them of any medical conditions before booking the trek to reduce the risk of altitude illness.

                      Communication On Trek

                      On the Annapurna Circuit Trek in Nepal, the internet service will be available at lodges with some extra service charge. You can contact your family and friends from the guesthouses, but as we reach high altitude, the communication will be through the phone for safety purposes. We communicate with all our valuable clients through the team leader at least once a day to make sure you are fine and enjoying the trip. The Adventure Club Trek office in Kathmandu will constantly contact you for help you may need during the trek. Depending on the network you use, there could be a poor signal to the network before the high altitude. Upon your request, we can provide you with a separate local SIM card for a better network. Many places have WIFI service available at an extra cost.

                      Group Size And Team Composition

                      We always try to form a small group of like-minded people to give them a wonderful and perceptive travel experience. It provides opportunities to interact and share in a fun-filled environment when out in the wilderness. Generally, our travel group comprises a maximum of 14 members. We need at least two participants to run our fixed departure dates. For private trips, the number of group members does not apply. We always strive to form a team ensuring that the members are comfortable with one another.

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