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Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trekking – 12 Days

Trip Facts


Weather -15°C to 25°C View Weather Detail


Duration 12 Days


Difficulty Moderate


Accommodation Lodges/Hotels

Meals Included

Meals Included Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Best Season

Best Season March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov


Transportation Overland

Daily Activity

Daily Activity Approx. 5 - 6 hours


Religion Buddhist, Hindu

Ethnic People

Ethnic People Gurung, Magar

Geographic Terrain

Geographic Terrain Mountain, Hill, Forest, Village

Region of Nepal

Region of Nepal Annapurna Region

Max. Altitude

Max. Altitude 4130m

The trip begins in Kathmandu after you make final preparations for the trek. Then, your drive to Pokhara and follow with another shorter one to Nayapul. From here, you begin the trek and begin to ascend. Firstly, you walk to Ulleri and continue to Banthanti. The trail will take you to Ghorepani, which is a Gurung and Magar village. Then, you hike to the top of the Poonhill vantage point to enjoy the scenery of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. After enjoying the views, you begin to trek northeast to Tadapani. Further, the trail crosses Chhomrong and follows the Modi River.

The trek heads to Sinuwa and stretches across the Annapurna Sanctuary to Himalaya. Then, the trails go past the Hinku Cave and reach Deurali. You trek north to reach the Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Here, you can relish the view of Mt. Fish Tail (6993m) and begin the trek to the Annapurna Base Camp. The base camp offers a sublime display of the mountains in the Annapurna range, including Mt. Annapurna (8091m). After exploring the base camp, you retrace your steps back to Chhomrong. Then, you take a different route to Jhinu Danda, where you can soak in the natural hot springs. After resting at the hot springs of Jhinu, the trek reaches its final destination at Siwai. From here, you drive to Pokhara to conclude the trip.

How to Get to Annapurna Base Camp?

Your journey to the foothills of the majestic Mount Annapurna begins with an 8-hour drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara on the scenic and winding roads of the Prithvi Highway. The route passes by picturesque countryside, towns, and hills alongside the Trishuli River.

From Pokhara, you will hop into a jeep and drive to Ulleri. It takes two and a half hours to reach Ulleri on the Baglung Highway. Your trek will begin from here. The trail goes alongside the paddy fields and small settlements. Similarly, it ascends towards the dense verdant of rhododendrons, oaks, and firs.

You ascend and descend on varied terrains, stone-paved paths, and stone staircases. You will climb up and down over 3000 stone staircases while on the trek to Annapurna Base Camp. En route, you will stop and stay overnight at villages like Banthanti, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chhomrong Village, Bamboo, and Deurali.

Since the ABC Trek is a high-altitude trek, it is crucial to ascend gradually to higher elevations. You can also include acclimatization or rest day in your itinerary. From Deurali, it takes an arduous climb on rugged trails. First, you will reach the Machhapuchhre Base Camp at elevation 3700m. The base camp sits right below the towering Machhapuchhre mountain.

It takes another hour to reach Annapurna Base Camp from Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The trail passes scenic but vast rocky fields. Finally, you will get your ultimate destination, the Annapurna Base Camp, at elevation 4160m. From ABC, you will descend to Bamboo, Jhinu Danda, and Samrung. From Samrung, you will hop on a jeep back to Pokhara.

Why Should You Do an Yoga Trek?

Yoga and trekking are two different activities, so many might wonder whether they are compatible. But the fact is that they go very well together and perfectly complement each other.

Yoga, which originated in ancient India, is now practiced worldwide. The activity combines physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Trekking, on the other hand, is a physical outdoor activity. It is a form of hiking where you explore and enjoy the wilderness. There is an abundance of trekking destinations in Nepal.

Yoga Trek combines the best of both. Nothing could be better than meditating and exercising in the lap of serene nature and the Himalayan ranges. However, yoga is also beneficial during high-altitude treks like Annapurna Base Camp.

The first benefit is that it helps trekkers adapt to the changing environment. Yoga includes stretching exercises and breathing techniques, allowing the body to acclimate to growing elevations. Similarly, it also aids in relieving your body from exhaustion and pain while trekking.

Another benefit of Yoga Trek is that it gives mental peace. It heals from daily mental stress and anxiety.  Practicing yoga in blissful nature is a surreal experience that connects you with nature and spirituality.

Yoga Trek in ABC Overview

Yoga and trekking are independent and beautiful adventures that give us wonderful experiences. Although they may seem to differ, they eventually complement each other’s essence. The primary goals of these adventures are the peace of mind, lightness of heart, and strength of the physical body.

A grand trek across the Annapurna foothills, Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trekking, explores the popular trip in Nepal. The trek offers a great display of the Annapurna Himalayas and the warmth of the unique Gurung culture. Also, the trek spans across the beautiful Annapurna Conservation Area. Thus, trekkers can enjoy the diversity of flora and fauna while admiring the natural beauty on the trip. Likewise, the Poon Hill viewpoint is another attraction on the trek with a panorama of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

Practicing Yoga Can Benefit Trekkers 

The instructor has always said stretching before any physical activity is important in a gym session, so the same can be assumed for trekking. Having a regular practice of stretching and strengthening the body would have to be beneficial. More than just stretching, yoga offers a wide spectrum of benefits for one’s overall holistic upliftment on a long-term basis.

  • Yoga helps reduce both the risk of being sore after trekking and the risk of injury during trekking.
  • It helps build strength and stamina for longer trekking and more intense trails with ease.
  • Yoga helps with your balance, and balance is excellent for trekking! ● Finding a deep connection with nature and things inbound.
  • Helping to pace and preserve energy for a more extended period through breathing techniques.
  • Yoga helps you become more aware of yourself and lets you know to take a break and ensure you do not push yourself too hard.
  • Yoga helps people cope better with tighter air and higher altitude training, which are required in the mountains.
  • Yoga increases the awareness of the beautiful natural environment around you.
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Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek Highlights

  • Learn, Feel and Experience Yoga/Meditation daily morning and evening during trek.
  • The beautiful scenery of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges
  • Trek on one of the most famous trekking trails of Nepal, the ABC trek
  • Travel across the Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Experience the Gurung culture and hospitality in the local villages
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Day 1

Drive to Pokhara - Overnight in Pokhara

Day 1 Facts

Trekking Time Average

200km Drive
(Av. 6hr)


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( 850m./2805ft. )

Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek begins with a scenic half-day long drive to the famous city of Pokhara by tourist bus. You will drive through the Prithvi Highway alongside the Trishuli River. The scenic road journey goes along the beautiful small towns of Malekhu, Manakamana, Byas, and Lekhnath towards Pokhara.

Upon arrival in Pokhara, you’ll check into a hotel beside the serene Phewa Lake. The city offers panoramic mountain views of Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Lamjung Himal, Dhaulagiri, and others. In the evening, immerse yourself in the beauty of the lakeside city and enjoy a stroll around Phewa Lake. It is also the perfect time to prepare for the upcoming adventure. You will stay overnight in Pokhara.

Day 2

Drive to Ulleri - Trek to Banthanti

Day 2 Facts

Trekking Time Average

70km Uphill hike
(Av. 2:30hr)
3km Uphill hike
(Av. 1:30hr)


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You will take a morning one-hour yoga session before breakfast, overlooking the views of Annapurna I (8091m) and Mt. Machhapuchhre (6997m). Afterward, you’ll prepare for the trek and embark on a two-and-a-half-hour drive through Baglung Highway towards Ulleri. You will drive past several small villages, hills, and streams.

Once you reach Ulleri, your trek will begin. To reach Banthanti village, you will walk alongside terraced fields and traditional villages. En route, the trail rises uphill, passing by Lamdawali, Sudame, and Hile villages. You will also climb numerous stone staircases to reach Banthanti, where you will stay overnight. Then, you will call it a night after your one-hour evening yoga session.

Day 3

Trek to Ghorepani from Banthanti

Day 3 Facts

Trekking Time Average

10km Uphill hike
(Av. 3hr)


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You will begin your morning with yoga/medication session before breakfast. From Banthanti, you’ll begin climbing stone steps leading towards Ghorepani village. As you leave Banthanti, the trail rises uphill towards Nangethanti. It also enters the dense forests of rhododendrons, oaks, and firs.

After another hour of trekking, you will reach Ghorepani. At 2,874 meters, Ghorepani is a Magar village that offers beautiful views of Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, and the Annapurna massif. The name Ghorepani translates into “horse water.” You will stay overnight at Ghorepani and have an evening yoga session before retiring for the day.

Day 4

Trek to Tadapani from Ghorepani Poon Hill (3193m)

Day 4 Facts

Trekking Time Average

14km Uphill hike
(Av. 6hr)


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The day begins with an early morning hike towards the famous view tower at Poon Hill (3193m). Poon Hill is an hour-long walk from Ghorepani. The viewpoint offers a magnificent panoramic view of the peaks in Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, Nilgiri, Himalchuli, and Dhaulagiri ranges. The rhododendron adorns the scenic trail to Poon Hill. Once at the top, you will get to experience the mesmerizing sunrise over the Himalayas. Additionally, you will have a yoga/meditation session there at a tranquil atmosphere.

After a rejuvenating yoga sesson, you will retrace your path back to Ghorepani village and continue with your trek. The trail starts ascending uphill northeast towards Tadapani village. The scenic trek goes past lush Rhododendron forests through Deurali and Banthanti village towards Tadapani. Once you reach Tadapnai, you will take a relaxing evening yoga session before retiring for the day.

Day 5

Trek to Chhomrong village from Tadapani

Day 5 Facts

Trekking Time Average

13km Uphill hike
(Av. 6hr)


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Chhomrong village


( 2130m./7590ft.)

Your morning begins with a refreshing yoga/meditation session. After a breakfast, you will head towards Chhomrong village on this day. As you leave Tadapani, you’ll begin climbing northeast through lush Rhododendron forests. The trail descends towards Chuile village before climbing uphill through Ghurjung village.

At the final part of the trek, a short hike through the exposed ridge overlooking the Machhapuchhre (6997m) Peak will bring you to Chhomrong Village. Chhomrong is one of the most beautiful Gurung villages in the Annapurna Region. You will stay overnight in Chhomrong. Similarly, you will have an evening yoga/meditation session before resting for the day.

Day 6

Trek to Bamboo from Chhomrong

Day 6 Facts

Trekking Time Average

13km Uphill hike
(Av. 6hr)


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After your morning yoga session and breakfast, you will prepare for your departure. The destination on this day is the Bamboo Village. As you leave Chhomrong village, you’ll start climbing downhill amidst the beautiful settlements towards Chhomrong Khola. You’ll cross Chhomrong Khola upon arrival and begin ascending towards Sinuwa village. You will take a short lunch break at Sinuwa.

Then, you will continue climbing through lush forests towards the discreet Bamboo Village. Lying at a lower altitude, Bamboo Village lies amidst dense Bamboo forests in a colder environment. Massive rock cliffs also surround the village. Your trek for the day ends at Bamboo Village. You will turn in for the night after an evening yoga/meditation session.

Day 7

Trek to Deurali from Bamboo

Day 7 Facts

Trekking Time Average

10km Uphill hike
(Av. 5hr)


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( 3200m./1056ft)

You will enjoy morning yoga/meditation amidst the Bamboo forests. After breakfast, you will climb through the foggy Bamboo forests towards Himalaya Village. You’ll ascend through rocky paths towards an exposed ridge as you leave the bamboo forests. The scenic trail follows en route to the Himalayas. You can enjoy lunch and trek alongside the majestic glacial Modi River towards Deurali village.

The trail begins to get rugged and rocky. Similarly, the subtropical forest trails change into conifer forests. En route to the scenic trail, you can detour to the Hinku Cave. Icy mountain water forms the magnificent ice cave. Then, the trail opens up, and you will get incredible views of the towering mountains as you get closer to Deurali. You will stay overnight at Deurali. Also, you will take your evening yoga session admist the beautiful scenery surrounding Deurali.

Day 8

Trek to Annapurna Base Camp and Yoga Session on Morning

Day 8 Facts

Trekking Time Average

10km Uphill hike
(Av. 5hr)


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( 4120m./13596ft.)

On this day, you will have a morning yoga/meditation session and prepare for a challenging climb to the Annapurna Base Camp (4130m). Leaving Deurali, the trail gradually climbs alongside the Modi River towards the pristine alpine shrubs. You can witness rock slabs decoratively stacked onto each other. After an arduous climb past another icy cave, the trail will bring you to the Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m).

Sitting just below the hanging cliff of Machhapuchhre (6997m), the base camp offers glorious views of the surrounding landscapes. Then you will embark on the last section of the trail after a short lunch break. A scenic hour-long trek through vast rocky fields will bring you to Annapurna Sanctuary and then Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). ABC grants a majestic scenery of the vista in the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. You can experience a unique and surreal yoga/meditation session at the base camp. You stay overnight at the Annapurna Base Camp.

Day 9

Trek to Bamboo

Day 9 Facts

Trekking Time Average

17km Uphill hike
(Av. 7hr)


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( 2300m./ 7590ft.)

The day begins early. You’ll get up and start your hour-long yoga/meditation session. Then, you will explore around the pristine Annapurna Base Camp. Sitting amidst high mountains, you can relish the views of the Annapurna massif, Hiunchuli (6441m), Machhapuchhre (6997m), and several other peaks. Similarly, you will walk towards the Memorial Chorten. Along the way, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the Annapurna range and other famous peaks.

After enjoying breakfast, you’ll begin retracing your path and heading downstream along the Modi River towards Deurali village. You will then continue climbing down through the Himalayas to Bamboo Village. You will spend a night in Bamboo. Before retiring for the day, you will have your evening yoga session admist the dense forests of Bamboo.

Day 10

Trek to Jhinu Danda from Bamboo

Before heading to our day’s destination, Jhinu Danda, we will have our yoga session and breakfast. Leaving Bamboo, you’ll begin trekking through lush forests of rhododendrons and bamboo. Then, you will climb along the narrow ridge towards Sinuwa village. From Sinuwa, the trail gradually drops towards the Chhomrong River. Then, you will cross the river and climb stone steps towards Chhomrong Village.

From here, you will continue walking down along the exposed ridge towards Jhinu Danda. The low-altitude village is home to a natural hot spring. You can take a dip to relieve your body pain and relax. Once your body relaxes, you will have an evening yoga/meditation session. You will stay overnight in Jhinu Danda.

Day 11

Trek to Samrung - Drive to Pokhara

Day 11 Facts

Trekking Time Average

20 minutes Trekking
80km Uphill hike
(Av. 3hr)


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This is the last day of your trek. You will take your hour-long yoga session and enjoy your breakfast before leaving Jhinu Danda. The trail rises through the lush forested path towards Samrung. The entire trek may last anywhere from 3 hours.

From Samrung, you’ll catch a jeep and drive past Nayapul and back to Pokhara. After checking in at a hotel and getting a little refreshment, you will take your evening yoga/meditation session. Then, you can spend the evening exploring the beautiful lifestyle at Pokhara. You will stay overnight in Pokhara.

Day 12

Drive to Kathmandu

Day 12 Facts

Trekking Time Average

200km Drive
(Av. 6hr)


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You will wake up to the beautiful views of Annapurna I (8091m) and Mt. Machhapuchhre (6997m). After enjoying your breakfast, you’ll embark on a tourist bus and begin retracing your path back to Kathmandu.

The scenic journey goes through the Prithvi Highway along the massive Trishuli River and crosses numerous towns en route to Kathmandu. We’ll take you for a delicious farewell dinner in one of the finest restaurants upon arrival. You can share and give us feedback on your experiences.

What do you get in the Trip?


  • Tribhuwan international airport transfer ( Airport + Hotel + Airport )in Kathmandu .
  • Hotel accommodation in Pokhara.
  • Lodge ( Twin share basis) accommodation during the trekking.
  • All meals ( Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ) during trek.
  • One experienced, first aid trained, fluent English speaking, local language speaking, friendly and government authorized trekking guide, International Yoga Trainer [ Female – Riya Thapa, Male – Caron Dhoju ] and required porters (one porter for two clients).
  • Guide/Yoga Trainer/ Porter’s food, accommodation, salary, insurance, transportation and equipments.
  • Entire overland transportation as per mentioned in itinerary .
  • Annapurna conservation area project ( ACAP) and Required permits (TIMS).
  • Assistance of emergency rescue.
  • A trekking map, Duffel bag, Oxygen saturation check up everyday, water purification, fresh seasonal fruits, first aid , Company t-shirt and trekking completion certificate.
  • Government tax and service charge.
  • Public Liability Insurance.


  • Hotel accommodation and meals in Kathmandu.
  • Hard and soft table drinks such as tea/coffee, coke, fanta, mineral water, beer, desert, hot shower, hot water, battery charge, laundry, phone bill, bar bill etc.
  • Personal Travel insurance.
  • Tips for staff . ( Highly suggested).

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11, 13, Or 15 Days Annapurna Yoga Trek? We Got You Covered

Nepal Alternative Treks allows you to easily customize your Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek. Whether you need 11 days, 13 days, or 15 days ABC Yoga Trek, we can easily arrange one for you. If our creative itinerary does not match your preference, you can easily tailor it. We can customize the different itineraries according to your needs with yoga instructors, guides, and porters. Likewise, you can adjust the trek duration and services.

Nepal Alternative Treks has expert team members with years of experience. We believe in making a memorable experience, and our customers’ safety is our utmost priority. Our guides, yoga trainers, and porters follow all the safety protocols that ensure the best and safest trek experience. So, if you want to join the Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trekking or any other trek in Nepal, we are here to provide you with service!

How Yoga Instructure Helps in Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek?

During the Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trekking, you will have an hour of Yoga and medication in the morning and evening. Our highly qualified yoga trainer will accompany you on the journey. They will guide you in your daily yoga routine. You will begin with regular practice of stretching and strengthening your body.

During the morning session, they will teach you various exercises and meditation that help you find your balance and spirituality. Similarly, they will teach you breathing techniques to help preserve your energy and pace while trekking. Meanwhile, the evening session includes meditations and practice of various asanas.

Yoga and meditation help to enhance your overall trek performance. Our yoga trainers will ensure you get the best experience and learn about spiritual healing and connection. Every exercise and asana will help make your trek comfortable and increase awareness about your surroundings.

Required Permits For Annapurna Base Camp Trek

You will need a TIMS card and Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit (ACAP) during the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Here is a brief explanation of both permits:


The first one is the TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) card. To apply for the card, you must provide your details, trek itinerary and details, and emergency contact information. The card is crucial in ensuring your safety during natural disasters and emergencies. It is mandatory for all trekking destinations except the Everest region, like the Everest Base Camp Trek.

The card cost varies for solo and group trekkers. It varies between SAARC nationals and non-SAARC nationals. The TIMS cards for solo trekkers are green and blue for the group trekkers. The costs of the card are as follows:

  • SAARC nationals (solo): NPR 600
  • SAARC nationals (group): NPR 300
  • Non-SAARC nationals (solo): NPR 1000
  • Non-SAARC nationals (group): NPR 2000


The Annapurna Base Camp route lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area. Hence, you must obtain an entry permit to access the trails, the Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit (ACAP). The cost for the permit is as follows:

  • SAARC nationals: NPR 1000
  • Non-SAARC nationals: NPR 3000

The difficulty of the trek

There are always certain difficulties if you are traveling at a high altitude. Similarly, traveling at a high altitude is always dangerous. So, you have to be very careful and fully prepared for the trek. Likewise, if you travel here during a busy season you might not find suitable accommodation facilities. In addition, if you travel here during the busy seasons you will find fewer guides and porters. Furthermore, the trial can be long and difficult as well. Most importantly, traveling to a high altitude can be troublesome because it increases the chance of altitude sickness. Although it is a common problem among climbers.

Best time to visit

It is very important to choose the correct time if you want to enjoy your trekking to the fullest extent. Similarly, it is the same for Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trekking. However, this trek can be done throughout the year. But, the best time to do this trek is during the spring and autumn seasons. The Spring season consists of March, April, and May. in which April is the warmest month of the year. This season is best if you want to travel in pleasant weather and a suitable climate. But it usually gets winterly cold at night due to the drop in temperature. However, the time of spring usually remains warm and the trail gets moist and clean after the long winter. In addition, the time of spring and autumn provides a glorious scenery of the surrounding which adds up the fun of your trek.

Travel insurance

There are a lot of things that you should consider before going to high altitudes. Similarly, you should carry all the essentials with you during your journey. But, the most important thing that you should carry on your journey is your travel insurance. Your travel is very important to you. Similarly, your travel insurance helps you cover your medical bills,  repatriation expenses, rescue mission, loss of property e.t.c. Most importantly,  make sure that your travel over 5000m is covered. If these things are not with you then it will be difficult for us to cooperate with you.

Meals and accommodation

We provide you with quality service during your trek with us. Similarly, we provide lodge twin share basis accommodation during the trekking. all meals breakfast, lunch, dinner during the trek. So, you don’t have to worry about Meals and Accommodation. But we don’t provide hotel accommodation and meals in Kathmandu. Similarly, we provide you with a comfortable camping facility at the base camp and for meals, we provide breakfast, lunch and dinner.  And, all kinds of hard and soft table drinks such as tea/coffee, mineral water, Coke, Fanta, alcoholic drinks, hot shower, laundry, phone bill, bar bill, hot water, etc are not provided. But, it can be adjusted according to our consumers’ wishes.

Fitness and experience requirement

This trek is 12 days long. So, you need to be both physically and mentally fit. In addition, you should have experience climbing small peaks because if you try to climb this peak then it will be difficult for you to complete this trek. So, we recommend you first climb small peaks then come after to climb this addition, if you decide to do this trek despite your lack of experience then we highly recommend hiring an experienced guide. Furthermore, you should not have any heart and blood-related diseases. Most importantly, you should be very passionate about the trek.

Climate and weather

The climate and weather of this trek are mostly moderate throughout the year. But the best time to visit this place is during the spring and autumn season. But, this trekking is done at high altitudes. So, it is a little cold. The normal temperature in this place is about 15 degrees Celsius. If you decide to do trekking here during this time of the year then you will be able to travel with clear visibility and you can enjoy your time here. However, it is open throughout the year. But, during the winter and off seasons the weather is mostly cloudy and cold. Similarly, the trail is also difficult during the winter seasons.  Annually, a lot of trekkers come to enjoy their free time here. Also, experience the beauty of nature here.

Safety and security

Every organization takes good care of their trekkers during the trek. Similar to other organizations we also take good care of our consumers. Likewise, the safety and security of our trekkers are of the utmost priority to us. In addition, we also take good care of your consumer’s belongings. Furthermore, our trip constantly operates monitoring every area of our travel. So, you can feel free and enjoy your time trekking with us. So, you can feel free and travel with us.

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Terms and Conditions

1. Cancellation Policy

There is no cancellation or withdrawal policy for the trip by the client after the trip has started. During the trip, any unused services provided by the company, like accommodation, food, permits, etc., won’t be refunded.

If you cancel the trip at any time before the departure date, 90% of the total cost is reusable for a year or refunded. Visit this page for more details on the cancellation policy.

2. Risk of unforeseen circumstances

Nepal Alternative Treks is directed towards the fulfillment of your every desire. In this connection, we perform our duties honestly & seriously to make your journey very smooth & pleasant. However, Nepal Alternative Treks will not take any responsibility regarding any change & alternations in the itinerary due to unavoidable circumstances such as landslides, road blockage, flood, snow, political unrest, flight cancellation, delayed arrival, sickness, or accidents. The clients shall bear any extra cost incurred there on the spots.

3. Clients' Responsible

A trekking guide representing Nepal’s alternative treks deserves all authority during your tours. If you commit an unlawful act, you must leave the tour, and no refund will be issued.

4. Impact on your journey

We put our every effort into ensuring you are comfortable traveling. Still, it is a must understand that what you might be accustomed to in the western affluent countries, the Himalayan countries can’t afford such facilities. Weather is another factor that directly impacts your journey. Hence, patience in mind, enthusiasm, and proper preparation before heading is a must to venture into a journey trip.

5. Travel Insurance

You must purchase a comprehensive travel insurance package against medical, natural calamity, helicopter evacuation, personal accident, trip cancellation, etc. This is strongly suggested to all our esteemed clients.

6. Your personal belongings

On any account, we’re not answerable for any loss or damage of your luggage or property belonging to you even when shouldered by guide cum porter or transferred by transport means. That means your personal possessions and luggage are at your risk at the time.

7. Porter weight limit

Porter will carry 10 kg each and 20 kilograms in total. A bit more or less can be adjusted per both parties’ mutual understanding.

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Service Excellence

We have the best team and array of services to provide a lifetime experience to all our travelers. Right from the airport pickup to a customized tour, we do the utmost to make sure you experience a hassle-free trip. Likewise, all our trips meet the safety protocols along with the highest health and hygiene standards.

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