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Annapurna Base Camp Trek - 13 Days

Overview and Highlights

Key Information

Best Seasons

Sep to Dec/March to May

Group Size



13 Days

Trek Difficulty


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Annapurna Base Camp

Trip Starts


Trips Ends


Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp Trek 13 Days

  • The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal.
  • It takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery, including rhododendron forests, mountains, Gurung village, and rivers.
  • You'll also get to experience traditional Nepali local culture and meet friendly locals along the way.
  • The trek is challenging but rewards you with picturesque views of Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, Huinchuli, and Dhaulagiri.
  •  The Annapurna Base Camp Trekking ranges extend from Vara-Shikar (Annapurna Fang) towards Manaslu and Lamjung ranges.
  • It's also a great opportunity to see wildlife up close, including rare birds and animals.
  • The best time to go to the Annapurna Base Camp is from September to December or March to May.
  • If you're interested in getting even more out of your trip, consider joining an adventure tour that includes Mountain Biking, rafting, Nature and wildlife, Short hiking, and Peak climbing.


The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is also known as the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. It is located at 4,130 meters/13,549 feet. There is no doubt that this trek is one of the most famous in Nepal. It takes 13 days to trek from Pokhara to Annapurna Base Camp, where you can see the gigantic mountains up close.  

The 13 Days ABC trek takes you through some of the most popular Annapurna base camp trek routes. These routes include Ghandruk, Ghorepani, Poon Hill, and Machhapuchhre Base Camp. You will also experience Gurung culture, old traditions, and religious values. With careful planning, you can make the most of your memorable time on this Annapurna Base Camp via Poonhill 13 Days Trek. You can have a truly unforgettable experience.

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days is part of our Annapurna Base Camp Trek package. You can see some of Nepal's most beautiful scenery on a short Annapurna Base Camp Trek. This Annapurna base camp trek itinerary (Annapurna Base Camp Trek Outline Itinerary-Download PDF) is designed for trekkers with limited time who want to experience the heart of the Himalayas.

How to get from Pokhara to Annapurna?

The best way to get to the Annapurna region is to fly into Kathmandu and then take a short, scenic flight or drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (approx 200km). From Pokhara, it's a 3-4 day trek to attempt Annapurna base camp. Most of the time, it's best to start early in the morning and hike for 5-6 hours each day. Keep in mind that if you're not used to high altitudes, it will be difficult at first. However, as you acclimatize, the altitude sickness should go away. If you are concerned with Annapurna base camp elevation sickness or are just feeling a little more tired than usual, there are many ways to help yourself.

Some options include:

  1. Staying hydrated
  2. Eating often and light fresh food
  3. Taking Vitamin supplements (it boosts red blood cells)
  4. Drinking ginger tea (ginger has natural anti-nausea properties)
  5. Spending less time outside during daylight hours (sunlight can worsen conditions)
  6. Wearing sunscreen on exposed skin and packing
  7. light bag, rain protection, toilet paper, a fleece jacket, water bottles, liner socks, pair of pants, hiking boots, and a basic first aid kit so you can regulate your temperature by adding or removing clothing based on how cold or hot it is outside.

Nepal Annapurna Base Camp Trek (Pic: Annapurna 1 Photo) 

Annapurna Base Camp TrekAnnapurna Base Camp Trekking is one of the best treks in Nepal. The trail takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including forests, rivers, and mountains. The trek can be done in as little as seven days, but we recommend taking at least 13 days to enjoy the experience.

Here are some tips to help you make the most of your great time on the Nepal Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

  • Try to arrive early enough for acclimatization. If possible, it is a good idea to spend a night or two in Kathmandu before heading out on the trek so that your body has a chance to adjust to the altitude.
  • If you're too late for this step, take it easy and drink lots of water throughout the day.
  • Avoid alcohol because it dehydrates you further!
  • Allow yourself plenty of time for rest stops and breaks- this will give your body more opportunities to adjust to high altitudes by giving it more recovery time between stretches of activity.
  • In addition, make sure you eat regularly throughout the day, especially carbohydrates such as pasta or potatoes that give you energy up to Himalayan standards.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost

The Cost of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek will vary depending on the length of the trek, the time of year, and the company (trekking agency) you book with. Generally speaking, it is more expensive to trek during the high season (March-May and September-November) and prices will be lower during the shoulder seasons (December-February and June-August). It is also important to factor in the cost of your flights to and from Nepal, Accommodation, food, guide, and porter, as well as any gear you may need to rent or purchase. With all of this considered, you can expect to spend anywhere from $700-$900 on your Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

Best time for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

September through November and March through April are the best times for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. The weather is stable and clear sky during these months, making for ideal trekking conditions. Plus, you'll see the stunning Nepal countryside in all its autumnal or springtime glory. If you're looking for more serenity and fewer crowds, go during the off-season (November through December). You might have to bring a heavier jacket, but it's worth it when you've got quiet on your side. Most people do the Annapurna Base Camp Trek in either late fall or early spring.

Different routes of ABC Trek Package

The most common route for the 13 Days ABC trek is via Nayapul, which is the starting point for most trekkers. However, there are a few other options for those looking for a different experience. The Poon Hill route is a good option for those who want easier treks, as it takes you past one of the best sunrise views from Ghorepani Poon Hill. For those looking for a longer Annapurna base camp trek distance, the Annapurna Circuit Trek is a great option, as it goes all the way around Annapurna and gives you some of the best views of any of the routes. No matter which route chooses, you're sure to have an amazing time on your ABC treks!

Why we believe everyone must trek in Annapurna: A note from the Northern Trekking Team

The Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. It is a great trek for beginners and experienced trekkers alike. The scenery is breathtaking, and the people you meet along the way are incredibly friendly. We believe that everyone should experience the abc base camp trek at least once in their lifetime.

Here are a few reasons why:

  1. The scenery is incredible. You'll be surrounded by mountains the entire time, and you'll even get to see the world's 10th-highest mountain, Mount Annapurna.
  2. The people you meet will be some of the friendliest you've ever met. Everyone is out there to have a good time, and they're all eager to help each other out. They often share stories about their lives, which we find very fascinating.
  3. In addition, everyone is so welcoming and accepting of us. They don't care what our culture or race is; we're just another person coming through on the trail with them.
  4. The day hikes are challenging enough to make it feel like an accomplishment but not too difficult to discourage anyone from going on this trekking trip.

Here is  Annapurna Base Camp Trek Guide- How difficult is the Annapurna Base Camp trek?

Good-to-Know information

  • Annapurna base camp trek's ideal time is September and November. Annapurna base camp temperature in November is stable and there are fewer crowds.
  • You'll need an Annapurna base camp permit to enter the Annapurna conservation area, which you can get from any Nepal tourism office.
  • Be prepared for some steep sections with loose footing and check the Annapurna Base Camp trek map to make the trek more easy and more fun.
  • Annapurna base camp difficulty is moderate.
  • At higher altitudes, you may experience symptoms of altitude sickness, so it's important to take it slow and drink plenty of water. 

Itinerary Expand All Close All


Welcome to Nepal! Upon arrival at the airport in Kathmandu, you will be met by a representative from our company who will help you with your luggage and escort you to your hotel. You will have the rest of the day free to explore the city or relax in your room. In the evening, we will have a group dinner where you can meet your fellow trekkers and ask any questions you may have about the upcoming journey.


After an early breakfast, we'll drive to Pokhara, the gateway to the Annapurna region. The drive takes about seven hours, and we'll pass through some of Nepal's most scenic countryside. We'll overnight in Pokhara. 
On day two of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we'll drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara. The drive takes about seven hours, and we'll pass through some of Nepal's most scenic countryside. We'll overnight in Pokhara.


On the third day of the trek, you will wake up early and have breakfast before driving to Nayapul. The drive takes about 1 hour 35 minutes and the trail to Ulleri starts from Nayapul. The hike to Ulleri is a gentle uphill walk that takes about 6-7 hours. Along the way, you will be rewarded with stunning views of the mountains and forests. You will also pass by several small villages where you can take a break and rest. When you reach Ulleri, you will check into your lodge and enjoy a delicious dinner.


We started our day with a short, but steep, climb up to Ulleri. From here, the trail leveled out as we walked through fields and forests. After a few hours, we reached Ghorepani. This is a small village with a few shops and restaurants. We spent the rest of the day exploring the area and enjoying the views. The next day, we would continue our trek to Annapurna Base Camp.


The fifth day of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a long one, but the payoff is well worth it. Ghorepani to Poon Hill is a moderate uphill climb that takes about two hours. From Poon Hill, you'll be treated to stunning views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges. After taking in the views, you'll continue to Tadapani, which will take another three to four hours. Along the way, you'll pass through forests of oak and rhododendron. The total trekking time for this day is six to seven hours.


Waking up in Tadapani, you’ll be surrounded by towering mountains on all sides. After breakfast, you’ll start your trek to Chomorung. The trail ascends through a dense forest of Oaks and Rhododendrons before reaching Chomorung. You’ll have lunch here before continuing to Sinuwa. The trail from Chomorung to Sinuwa is relatively easy, but the altitude will start to take its toll. You’ll reach Sinuwa in the late afternoon, where you can relax and enjoy the stunning views of the Annapurna massif.


The next day, you will trek to Himalaya (2,920m) or Deurali (3,230m). The journey will take 6-7 hours. You will be rewarded with majestic views along the way. Make sure to take plenty of pictures!


The Hidden Valley is a secluded, picturesque valley that's home to some of the most beautiful scenery on the entire Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You'll want to allow 7-8 hours to explore the valley and take in all its splendor. From Bamboo, the trail climbs through bamboo forests and past waterfalls before reaching the Hidden Valley. Once you've had your fill of exploration, head back to Bamboo for a well-deserved rest.


The Hidden Valley is a secluded, picturesque valley that's home to some of the most beautiful scenery on the entire Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You'll want to allow 7-8 hours to explore the valley and take in all its splendor. From Bamboo, the trail climbs through bamboo forests and past waterfalls before reaching the Hidden Valley. Once you've had your fill of exploration, head back to Bamboo for a well-deserved rest.


The tenth day of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek takes you to Jhinu Dada, a village situated at an altitude of 1,565 meters (5,134 feet). The trek takes 6-7 hours and is relatively easy, with a few uphill sections.


The eleventh day of the trek is a shorter one, only taking two hours to reach Matque from Jhinu Dada. From Matque, it's a three to four-hour drive down to Pokhara. The drive is incredibly scenic, as it winds through forests and past rivers. Pokhara is a beautiful city, and it's the perfect place to relax after eleven days of trekking.


After an early breakfast, you'll drive to KTM. The journey will take around seven hours, so you'll arrive in the early afternoon. Once you've arrived and settled into your accommodation, you'll have the rest of the day free to explore the city. 
Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and is full of temples, markets, and restaurants. Be sure to visit some of the city's famous landmarks, such as Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Temple.

Today is your final day at the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You'll wake up early and have a quick breakfast before packing up your things and saying goodbye to your guide and porter. From here, you'll make your way back home (or wherever your next destination may be). The trek has come to an end, but the memories will last a lifetime. 

Cost Includes

  • All private Ground Transportation Including Airport Transfers.
  • 2 Night’s Standard Hotel in Kathmandu twin sharing basis with breakfast(on the arrival day and after the Trekking).
  • 2-night standard hotel in Pokhara.
  • All accommodations in lodges/Tea Houses During the Treks.
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Daily Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) and 3 cups of tea/coffee per day during the Trekking.
  • Seasonal Fruits during trekking.
  • Annapurna Conservation Area permits & TIMS card.
  • Sleeping bag, Down jacket, and Duffie bag. ( Refundable)
  • A first aid kit will be Available
  • Trekking T-shirt, Trekking map, and Waterdrop.
  • Kathmandu to Pokhara and return back Pokhara to Kathmandu tourist bus ticket.
  • An experienced, helpful, and friendly Guide with Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation, and Insurance.

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
  • Lunch and dinner in Pokhara.
  • Health and Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, WiFi, mobile battery charging, telephone calls, bar bills, alcohol, cold drinks, hot showers, and insurance.
  • Personal trekking gear.
  • Tips for trekking staff.
  • porter if you want to hire a porter, it will cost USD $219 per porter (two people can share one porter).
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned in the Price Includes section.

Altitude Graph

Route Map


You'll need to be up-to-date on your routine vaccinations, including measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot. You may also need additional vaccines depending on your age, health condition, and travel plans. For example, you might need the hepatitis A or B vaccine if you're planning to trek in Nepal.

You can expect a wide range of weather conditions when trekking to Annapurna Base Camp. The temperature will vary depending on the time of year, but will generally be cool to cold. Expect some rain or snow, especially at higher elevations. Be sure to pack appropriate clothing and gear to stay warm and dry.

When trekking at high altitudes, it is important to take safety measures to prevent altitude sickness. Some safety measures include: 
-Drinking plenty of fluids and staying hydrated 
-Eating light meals that are rich in carbs and proteins but low in fat 
-Avoiding alcohol consumption 
-Staying warm by wearing layers of clothing that you can peel off or put on as the temperature changes 
-Getting up slowly from a sitting or lying position to allow your body time to adjust to the change in elevation 
-Take breaks during hikes and not overexert yourself (Annapurna offers a lot of amazing places to stop) 
-Spending some time each day acclimatizing to higher elevations before going higher (for example, spend one night at lower elevations before going higher) 
-Pacing yourself on climbs (it's better to go slower than have to turn back due to altitude sickness)

The simple answer is yes, you can trek in Nepal without a guide. However, we recommend hiring a guide for several reasons. First, a guide can help you navigate the often confusing and unmarked trails. Second, a guide can provide invaluable local knowledge, including information about the best places to eat and sleep, as well as safety concerns. Third, having a guide frees you up to simply enjoy the experience without having to worry about the logistics. And finally, while many reputable agencies offer guided treks throughout Nepal, these require an additional fee. 

Assuming you're doing the trek in Nepal's spring or autumn, you'll want to pack layers since the temperature can vary widely throughout the day. A down jacket is a must, as is a waterproof shell. Hiking boots are a given, but make sure they're broken in before you go since you'll be doing a lot of walking. Also pack plenty of socks, as well as comfortable clothes for around camp. As for other gear, bring a headlamp, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a first-aid kit. A good camera with extra batteries is also essential.

No, it is not possible to see snow leopards on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Snow leopards are very rare and shy animals that live in high altitudes, typically above 3,000 meters. They are mostly active at night, which makes them even more difficult to spot. If you want to see a tiger instead of a snow leopard on your trek, you're better off going on a safari in Nepal's Chitwan National Park.

You should bring enough money to cover all of your expenses for the duration of the trek, including food, lodging, and any souvenirs or supplies you may want to purchase. Additionally, it is always a good idea to have some extra cash on hand in case of an emergency. You can expect to spend anywhere from $45-$50 per day, depending on your trekking route and style.

Most people choose to stay in guesthouses along the way, as it is more comfortable than camping and doesn't require any extra gear. That said, there are a few places where camping is the only option. The good news is that the campsites are usually located near water sources and have toilets.
What is the food like? (five sentences): The food on the trek is surprisingly good! There are a variety of local dishes to choose from, as well as western favorites like pasta and pizza. It's all freshly prepared at each meal, so you won't get bored with the same dish every day.

If you're looking to get some experience in the mountains before attempting the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, there are a few other great options in the Pokhara area. The Poon Hill Trek is a great option for those who want to get a taste of trekking in Nepal without having to commit to a longer trek. For those who are looking for something a bit more challenging, the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is a great option.

Annapurna Base Camp is located at an altitude of 4,130 meters (13,550 feet) above sea level.

Additional Information


►Windproof/waterproof jacket. (1)

►Fleece jacket. (1)

►Shirts and t-shirts. ( 3/4 pairs)

►Down jacket. (1) (provide from Company)

►Raincoat. (1)


►Warm cotton long pants. (1/2 pairs)

►Waterproof pants. (1)

►Long thermal underwear. (2)

►Short underwear. (3/4 pec)


►Sun hat or scarf. (1)

►Warm fleece hat. (1)

►Sunscreen sunblocks, and Lipbalms with UV protection.

►Sunglasses. (1/2 pairs)


►Comfortable trekking boot.

►Thick shocks. (3/4 pairs)

►Light shocks. (3/4 Pairs)

►Camp shoes and sandals.


►Warm waterproof (gore-tex) gloves.


►Basic First Aid Kit.

►Sleeping bag ( Provide by the company)

►Water Bottle


►Day-pack or Backpack

►Swiss Knife

►Torchlight or Flashlight

►Hand Sanitizer

►Hiking Pole

►Smartphone or Compact Camera


Route map for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. However, the trek typically begins in Pokhara and goes through various villages such as Ulleri, Ghorepani, Poon Hill, Tadapani, Chomrong, Deurali, and Machhapuchhre Base Camp before reaching Annapurna Base Camp. Along the way, trekkers will pass through lush forests, terraced fields, and past glistening glaciers and snow-capped peaks. It's a challenging but highly rewarding trek that offers spectacular views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. We recommend checking out the Annapurna base camp trek map PDF for detailed information and maps of the trek route. 

Travel Insurance

For everyone who will plan to Trek in Nepal, it is highly recommended that you get travel insurance that covers added expenses that might result due to various health issues, injuries, or accidents (together with the ambulance, helicopter rescue, and other treatment costs). Your insurance policy should cover the entire activities that you are planning to accomplish throughout your stay in Nepal.

In addition to this, the policy should also cover death, misplaced luggage, theft and liability, cancellations, medical treatment (counting hospital charges, cost of the medicine, and doctor’s fees) as well as repatriation costs. Also, this trekking trail in Nepal takes you 4,000 m above the altitude, therefore, you also need to ensure that your insurance policy covers treks that go over 4,000 m. 

We suggested that you buy your insurance policy from your home country before joining us, as it is difficult buying a local travel insurance policy for foreigners in Nepal.

Meals And Accommodation

While you’re in Kathmandu, your accommodation is at a standard hotel (Arrival time and departure time). Your accommodation is at the best local Lodge and Guest Houses where available. The Mountain local Lodges are clean and have comfortable beds. The Lodges are fairly basic and the room is spare with twin beds. Blankets are generally provided. There is a large dining hall and warm fitted with a chimney duct, in which a log fire is lit.

Eating is a big part of the Holiday. Travelling with Northern Trekking Team, you experience a vast array of wonderful Nepalese food, Italian, Thai, Chinese, and several local foods. While on the trek you will be on 3 times meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, with Tea/Coffee) included in the package. Your guide will suggest delicious, hygienic special food during your trips.

Generally, chosen menu items are Nepalese meals (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, various types of soups, Momo’s (steamed dumplings), boiled and fried potatoes, kinds of pasta, and even pizza. So, overall you have a different choice of foods on the trek. During this trek, you will usually have breakfast and dinner at the same guest house.

Booking And Payment

You should book the service at least 15 days before the trek departure date. After you confirm your trip with us, you should be transferring us a photocopy of your passport or your personal information to or Whatsapp +9779842907439. The personal information you have to provide us is your first name, middle name, last name, passport number, date of birth, nationality, and gender. Importantly, you need to pay 20% of the total price in advance for the transportation booking, hotel booking, and TIMS/Permit process. You can pay the remaining balance before you start the trek.

Personal Expenses

How much money or cash you should be bringing with you depends on how you do the trip and the number of days you want to spend here in Nepal. Much also depends on your spending habits. Generally, you must have to take 10 to 15 USD to spend your expenses, such as laundry, telephone calls, snacks, camera, and mobile battery charging. How much you will be spending during your trekking depends on the standard of the package you have purchased. 

Our Guides And Safety

Our guides are fully trained and licensed by Nepal Government Tourism Department, and certified by TAAN & Nepal Mountaineering Association.

All our Trekking Guides are professionals with decades of experience in this field of adventure. They are trained specially for specified and various trips, to cater to the flexible requirement of our clients from different nationalities, this will assure you that your trip will be enjoyable and in the safe hands of professional experts.

On every trip, will be one Trek leader and an assistant leader on each additional 7 people in the group on treks, this arrangement would ensure that even if any of our guide/ assistance guides gets sick or clients may get sick and need to be evacuated or staying behind from the walks, it wills still works smoothly and there would non-impact with our original trek plan. 

Every 7 trekkers will have one Sherpa helper for carrying their trekking bags.

Caring Porter

Our porter is fully strong, helpful, and friendly. Their salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transportation, and Insurance on each trip with us. As you know that we are very trustworthy and polite, while on trek thus we make sure that our porter is fully prepared for the trip. We are closely working with the International Porter Progress Association for the welfare and benefit of trekking porters. 

The load carried by our porter minimum of 20KG to 25 KG maximum so be sure that your trekking bag is not more than the above figure.

High Altitude

This is a high-altitude journey and elevation starts from low 1,570 m to 4,130 m high, where symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) might occur due to dry air, cold wind, and less oxygen.

Generally, at The Annapurna Base Camp, one needs to be in good physical with sound health to avoid other medical complications on the route of the journey, just follow our guide he will advise and suggest what keeps and makes you feel secure to enjoy this fabulous adventure with us.

Best Time To Visit Nepal

Three best seasons for the trek to Annapurna Base Camp. We suggest you join in at the right time of the year as far as possible.

Things To Know Before Trekking

The main flow of foreign visitors in Nepal is for trekking from moderate to adventurous or challenging treks, the most important is choosing the right trip as per your duration of holiday and fitness, for Annapurna Himalayan trekking adventure one needs to be in sound health and physically fit.

On booking our preparation of fitness required walking-jogging-Jumba-aerobic at least fifteen days before your departure from the home country.

Book the ticket from home for Kathmandu, Nepal to reach at least two days ahead and earlier from trek departure with much space in Kathmandu after the trek, this allows you more time in Nepal to enjoy the culture and heritage sites of Nepal.

If you are wondering about how to obtain a Nepal visa, then the easiest way to obtain it is at the Tribhuwan International Airport upon your arrival in Nepal or else at the immigration entry point if you are entering through the border of India or Tibet.

Note: There are a few countries namely Nigeria, Ghana, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Cameroon, Swaziland, Iraq, Ethiopia, Liberia, Palestine, Syria, Refugees with travel documents,s etc. People from these countries do not get a visa from the immigration entry points of Nepal.)

What do you need to obtain A Nepal visa?

If you are thinking of taking a visa at the airport or immigration entry point, the following are your requirements:

  • A valid passport (The passport should have a validity of at least six months)
  • You should fill out the application form for visas available at the airport or immigration entry points.
  • Two passport-size photos
  • Visa fees should be paid in cash.


Entry points to Nepal
  • Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu
  • Eastern Nepal – Kakarvitta, Jhapa
  • Central Nepal – Birjung, Parsa
  • Northern Border – Kodari, Sindhupalchowk
  • Western – Rupandehi (Belhiya, Bhairahawa)
  • Mid-western – Banke (Jamuna, Nepalgunj)
  • Far western – Kailali (Mohana, Dhangadhi) / Kanchanpur (Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar)


Visa Fees
  • USD 30 or equivalent convertible currency for 15 days.
  • USD 50 or equivalent convertible currency for 30 days.
  • USD 125 or equivalent convertible currency for 90 days.
  • For the tourist of SAARC nationals, free visas for up to 30 days.
  • Visa is not required for Indian nationals. However, if they enter Nepal via air, they will have to show a valid identification certificate (passport/ citizenship certificate). Children under the age of 10 do not need to show an identification certificate.


Visa Extension
  • If you want to extend the visa for 15 days or less, the visa extension charge is USD 45. In the case of a delay of fewer than 150 days, an additional USD 5 per day is a late fine.
  • If you want to extend the visa for more than 15 days, USD 3 will be charged per day after 15 days. However, the visa can be extended a maximum of up to 150 days in a visa year (Visa year refers to the year starting January to December.)


Transit Visa

When a foreigner has to get down at a Nepalese airport as a result of his/her transit point or due to any forced landing for whatever reason, the foreigner can obtain a transit visa for a day after paying USD 5 or any other currency equivalent.

Download Tourist VISA Form (.pdf)

Other General Information
  • Entering Nepal or staying in Nepal without a valid visa is illegal.
  • A tourist visa can be obtained either through the Nepalese embassy or consulate or other mission offices in your nation or at the immigration entry points in Nepal listed above.
  • Visa once issued cannot be amended and the visa fees are non-refundable.
  • You should pay the Nepal visa fees in cash. A credit card or cheque is not acceptable.
  • Visa charges are not applicable for children under 10 years of age, however, they must obtain a valid visa.
  • If you are obtaining a new passport or travel document, you are advised to contact the Immigration Department for the document transfer.
  • Always carry your passport and trekking permit while trekking.
  • Some of the areas are restricted for filming. Therefore, be careful not to do activities that are strictly prohibited.
  • The culture, tradition, and sentiments of Nepalese people should be respected. Do not perform any activities that would hurt their sentiments.
  • Do not perform any activities that would lead to moral turpitude.


  • Based on 7 Reviews

Nicholas Dominicus | Indonesia | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

Best trekking company in Nepal

Dec 2019 • Friends

This is the most affordable and worth it trekking company! The experience with them was so amazing and professional. Mingmar our guide is a very friendly and nice person. He cares about our health and condition during the trekking. I have been checking many other trekking companies but this one is the best with an awesome team.
I did ABC trekking with them and it was so memorable, even if it's heavy snow they can make it to bring me there till the ABC. They provide the duffel bag, trekking stick, jacket, and polo shirt for free. Really appreciate! Hope can make it again with another trek with them one day.

Rafael Danendra Garuda | Indonesia | On 29th Jul, 2022

1 Excellent

Amazing Trip

We did our Annapurna Basecamp Trek with Mingmar and it was one of the best trekking experiences I've ever had. Guide, porter, and service from Northern Trekking Team are simply worth the money. Looking forward to doing another trekking with this company in the future

Date of experience: October 2018

Dan M | United States | On 29th Jul, 2022

1 Excellent

Amazing Trekking Company

I have hiked with Mingmar 4 times now (Annapurna, Everest, Lantang, and Manaslu) over 5 years and each trip gets better. Nepal itself is amazing, but having a good guide can help make the experience even more magical. Mingmar and his team know the best tea houses to stay at, all the mountains and wildlife, and make sure you have a safe, fun, and memorable journey all while at a competitive price compared to other companies! I could not more strongly recommend Northern Trekking Team for your trip to Nepa

Date of experience: February 2020

Explorer828675 | India | On 27th Sep, 2022

1 Excellent

Awesome People and Trek

I would give more than 5 stars if there is an option. Mingmar and his team(Subhash and Porters) were amazing. Annapurna base camp is really a moderate trek however continuous rain made is very difficult for us. Mingmar kept us pushing till we completed our trek. They are always smiling and very helping. We were 6 school friends and had Really amazing time on this trekking.


Date of experience: September 2022

Trip type: Traveled with friends

122bhaveshp | India | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

The best team ever experienced “The Northern trekking team”.

With Northern trekking we had an awesome experience. They cooperated with us just like family and made us experienced each and every place of Annapurna base camp. Without them we might we’re not able to enjoy neither we were safe without them. Thanks to Northern trekking team for a wonderful and safe journey. One must try with this .


Date of experience: October 2022

Trip type: Traveled with friends

sanket patel | India | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Amazing Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek

Thank you very much to Mingmar and his team for this memorable trek to ABC. first three day for difficult for us since it was raining heavily but Mingmar motivated us constantly and his team make sure that we would complete the ABC trek safely with good memories. Eventually his team became like family members to us. If any one looking for trek in Nepal , I highly recommend this team.


Date of experience: September 2022

eko santoso gokong | Indonesia | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Only Mingmar can do everything you need in Nepal

Trekking or Climbing with Northern Trekking Team (Mingmar Tamang Company) is make it more easy. I have excellent service and hospitality of Guide and Staff from that mountain guides. my experience with him make me want and more come back Himalaya, and sure with Mingmar...


Date of experience: October 2021

Trip type: Traveled with friends

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