A easy trek but nice enough to see the Himalayas and the culture of Nepal ,5 days of hiking with full of joy this trek is suite for the beginner ,we have the group of 8 people already got confirmed they all are from finland who are supporting for a children home in kathmandu called maya Nepal ,we make this trip to make the fund for the Maya Nepal children home
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- Basically you will see the beautifull himalayas during the trip of course the Gurung and magar culture and the nice and clean rivers and waterfall on the way makes you feel cool
The Annapurna Sunrise Trek, also famously known as Poon Hill Trek, is a relatively easy walk meandering through villages and rhododendron forests.
This invigorating trek reveals some of the best views of the Himalayas especially from the Poon Hill which is considered as the best viewpoint in the Annapurna region and in earth. Reaching a maximum altitude of 3210m, anyone with a normal level of fitness would easily undertake this trek comfortably. We can test our stamina at the Ulleri Hill with more than 3,000 stone steps, one of the world’s largest numbers of stone steps on a hill of this kind.
We just imagine the magnificence of the sunrise over the snow-capped Himalayas that we will witness during this trek, illuminating the peaks of the entire range and leaving us spellbound!
The trek begins with a guided sightseeing program in Kathmandu. After we take a flight to reach serene lakeside city of Pokhara, the real walking begins from Nayapul. While trekking along to Ulleri and Ghorepani, we marvel at colorful orchids and clear views of the splendid high mountains including the two eight-thousanders – Mt. Annapurna (8091 m) and Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m).
Upon reaching the final destination, Poon Hill (3210m) is a reward in itself, perhaps one of the most beautiful viewpoints on earth. The added presence of rice terraces completes the picture making it a photographer’s paradise. Then, we trek to the beautiful Gurung village of Ghandruk and enjoy the ethnic hospitality along with the cultural magnificence of Gurung Museum.
Trekking through the Rhododendron forest that bloom with red flowers during the springtime, descending down to Birethanti, passing by waterfalls and few small villages and settlements heightens our thrilling experiences. We further walk to Naya Pul and then drive to Pokhara which announces the end of this marvelous trek.
- Guide's Salary
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- ACAP Permit
- Access Flights (Both-Ways)
- Access Flights (One-Way)
- Airport Shuttle
- Four Porters
- Guide's Transport
- Guide’s Accommodation
- Guide’s Meals
- International Flights
- MCAP Permit
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- Private Jeep
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|Day 1||Ulleri||4 hours||2100m|
|Day 2||Ghorepani||5 hours||2810m|
|Day 3||Tadapani||6 hours||3110m|
|Day 4||Ghandruk||4 hours||2100m|
|Day 5||Pokhara||5 hours||750m|