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Monsoon trekking and hiking in Nepal 2018/ June July and August

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Monsoon trekking and hiking in Nepal 2018 / June July and August

Monsoon trekking and hiking in Nepal 2017 / June July and August
Monsoon trekking and hiking in Nepal 2018 / June July and August

Nepal has so many trekking destination with its appropriate norms and seasons including Himalayan trip, beyond Nepal and its border. Monsoon trekking and Hiking in activities are in the many trekking areas. The Monsoon you can have in lower valley below 2500m to 3000m has so much rains but above 3000mts to the 5500m have very few but the climate be so humid/ wetted where can trek during the month of June, July and August. The trekking will kill of interest to visiting Nepal doing trekking in the Himalayas who doesn’t have enough time, vacation and holidays in the main seasons like September, October, november and March and April. These 5 to 6 months used to be so busy in the all most all trekking reasons including, Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, ganesh Himal, Tsum valley in Manaslu and Ruby valley trek in Ganesh Himal which is peak season. whatever, Mugu, RaRa, Dolpo, Mustang,, Nar Phu in Manang are ever trekking destination and will have very few rains even in the monsoon time. Trekking passages Nepal have so many monsoon seasons having name as Monsoon trekking in Nepal. The Mugu, RaRa, Dolpo,Mustang, Nar Phu and Manang are included in the travel destination for the Monsoon season Holiday.

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Itinerary

Day 1 Kathmandu
Arrive in Kathmandu at any time.
 
Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting 1h18:00
The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore, After introductions, your
Day 2 Kathmandu/Jagat
Travel to Besi Sahar before heading out on a short trek to Jagat. Take in the beautiful hot springs along the way.
 
Private Vehicle Kathmandu – Besi Sahar 5h-6h
Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
Jagat Trek Besi Shahar – Jagat 2h
Enjoy a short trek from Besi Sahar, offering the first glimpse of the Himalayan peaks, and a challenging climb to reach the village of Jagat.
Day 3 Jagat/Bagarchhāp
Begin 11 days of challenging trekking in one of the highest mountain ranges on Earth. Experience stunning Alpine pastures, forests of rhododendron, temples, rural villages and local people, waterfalls, glaciers, and some of the most spectacular mountain scenery known to man.
 
For almost 2 weeks, we immerse ourselves into the spectacular mountain wilderness of the Annapurna Range. At 8,091m (26,545ft) Annapurna 1 is one of the highest mountains in the world. Its surrounding sister mountains are equally imposing, creating magnificent panoramas from any view point. Throughout the trek we come across isolated mountain communities, each observing different ancestral customs and traditions, resulting in not only a visually superb expedition but also a culturally rich one. Amid the rugged mountain scenery, we meet warm and welcoming locals herding yaks and goats on grassy pastures, and visit their monasteries and temples. Along the way, we see waterfalls of melted snow, cross icy rivers, broad plains, and high mountain passes and reward ourselves with a soak in natural hot springs (you’ve earned this!). The trekking is challenging, averaging 6-7 hrs a day, often at high altitudes. The highest point we reach is the 5,416m (17,769ft) Thorung Pass.
 
Given the dangers of altitude sickness, it is imperative that we take at least 3 days to ascend to this height. A couple of days are also allowed for rest and acclimatisation.
 
Details for the trek are as follows. Please note however that the exact itinerary can vary due to unforeseen circumstances including weather conditions or bandhs (strikes) called by the government.
 
Trek to Bagarchhap Jagat – Bagarchhāp5h-6h 17km
Cross breathtaking landscapes and winding paths around the mountains. Steep sided valleys filled with lush vegetation line the way to Bagarchhap.
Day 4 Bagarchhāp/Chame
Trek from Bagarchhap to Chame (2,670m, 8,760ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Bagarchhāp – Chame 6h-7h 21km
Trek from Bagarchhap to Chame and watch as the scenery changes to more Alpine surroundings. Breathe in the fresh mountain air.
Day 5 Chame/Pisang
Trek from Chame to Pisang (3,300m,10,827ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Chame – Pisang 7h-8h 16km
Leaving the village of Chame behind, walk out past the prayer wheels and cross wide rivers and pine forests on the way to Pisang.
Day 6 Pisang/Manang
Trek from Pisang to Manang (3,540m, 11,614ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Pisang – Manang 6h-7h 12km
Cross the Marsyangdi River on the way out to Manang. Leaving Pisang behind, head out west, passing several small villages and fascinating Buddhist monasteries before arriving at Manang, the largest village in the area. Stop in Manang overnight.
Day 7 Manang
Enjoy a rest day at Manang.
 
Acclimatization Day
The dramatic setting of Manang makes for a pleasant rest and acclimatization day with the added benefit of hot showers. The best way to acclimatize is to do some high climbing then return to the lower altitude of Manang for sleeping.
Day 8 Manang/Yak Kharka
Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka (4,018m, 13,182ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Manang – Yak Kharka 6h-7h 9km
Trek through Manang, where the altitude continues to rise as the route snakes through the mountains and up to Yak Kharka. Enjoy gorgeous views of the Annapurna range during the hike and from the tea house at Yak Kharka.
Day 9 Yak Kharka/Phedi
Trek from Yak Kharka to Phedi (4,450m, 14,600ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Yak Kharka – Phedi 3h-4h 5km
Trek from Yak Kharka via pastures of grazing yak, small chortens and streams before arriving at Phedi.
Day 10 Phedi/Muktināth
Trek from Phedi to Muktinath (3,800m, 12,467ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Phedi – Muktināth8h-9h 13 km
This is a tougher uphill day walking up to Muktinath. Keep a slow steady pace and enjoy the views while hiking.
Day 11Muktināth
Enjoy a rest day and explore Muktinath.
 
Acclimatization Day Full Day
Enjoy some time away from the trek to adjust to the higher altitude. Take it easy, enjoy the scenery, drink plenty of fluids, and prepare for the next day’s hiking.
Free Time Muktināth Full Day
Enjoy some free time to relax and explore Muktinath.
Day 12Muktināth/Kalopani
Drive from Muktinath to Kalopani (2,530m, 8,301ft).
 
Local bus Muktināth – Kalopani 3h-4h65km
Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.
Day 13 Kalopani/Tatopani
Drive from Kalopani to Tatopani (1,160m, 3,806ft).
 
Local bus Kalopani – Tatopani 2h3 35 Km
Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.
Day 14 Tatopani/Sikha
Trek from Tatopani to Sikha (3,108m, 10,197ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Tatopani – Sikh 4h-5h 8-9km
Leave Tatopani, crossing a bridge just outside the village and heading to Sikha along a paved path that, at places, seems to be made of marble.
Day 15 Shikha/Ghorepani
Trek from Sikha to Ghorepani (2,785m, 9,137ft).
 
Annapurna Circuit Trek Sikha – Ghorepani 5h-6h 8km
From Sikha, take a route seeped in history all the way to Ghorepani; myths and stories of the origins of the indigenous people of the Annapurna region abound. The views of Machhapuchhre and the Himalayas from Ghorepani are absolutely spectacular on a clear day.
Day 16 Ghorepani/Pokhara
Enjoy a trek before taking some time to relax back in town.
 
Enjoy an early morning excursion to Poon Hill. It takes about 8 hrs to Nayapul, where our bus will be waiting to take us to Pokhara. Rest and take a well-deserved shower in this lakeside towen Nepal Guide Info team organized best hotel .
 
Poon Hill Excursion Ghorepani – Poon Hill 1h30m 1-2km
Take in the incredible mountain scenery that lines the route from Ghorepani to Poon Hill. Enjoy the views across rhododendron forests and of spectacularly coloured birds during the trek. Arrive at Poon Hil to enjoy some of Nepal’s best vistas.
Annapurna Circuit Trek Poon Hill – Nayapul 8h-9h 14 km
Trek from Poon Hill to Nayapul. The views from Poon Hill are absolutely stunning and are known to be among the best in the area.
Private Vehicle Nayapul – Pokhara 1h30m
Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
Day 17 Pokhara/Kathmandu
Return to Kathmandu.
 
We travel back to Kathmandu where the rest of the day is free for shopping, sightseeing, or relaxing in one of the many rooftop cafés.
 
Private Vehicle Pokhara – Kathmandu 6h-8h
Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
Free Time Kathmandu Evening
Enjoy some free time in Kathmandu by shopping, sightseeing, or simply enjoying a cup of warm chai in a roadside café.
Day 18 Kathmandu
Depart at any time.
Departure Day
Not ready to leave? Your nepal guide info team can help with travel arrangements to extend your adventure.