Annapurna Circuit Trek

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Hi there,
I’m a 23 year old student/part time musician from Mumbai. Been travelling solo for a long while now, I usually carry my ukulele and love to interact with the locals , huge fan of music and art.

Since i’m traveling completely solo my plans are extremely flexible! I’m arriving at kathmandu at 5th june.
I plan to do the bungee jump the first day then start with the Annapurna circuit.
I’m easy to get along with , though I would prefer to not hire guides and do the circuit completely independently.
I have done quite a bit treks and organized a few here in India.

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  1. Hello Pawan,

    I’m, like you, a solo traveller who wants to do the Annapurna circuit. It’s always nicer to have a buddy when doing something like this. You seem like a nice guy to be around with.

    I don’t have much long range trekking experience, but I’m used to long day treks and have a good stamina. As I’m unfamiliar with the long treks a little advice on gear would be helpful. I arrived in Kathmandu today and will leave to Pokhara soon, but we can easily meet up somewhere closer to where you want to start.

    I prefer to do most of it without a guide to, to save costs. I think we have about the same level of expenditure.

    Would love to hear from you.

    Greetings, Freek

  2. Hey Pawan,

    So you want to start walking on the 7th/8th if I get it right? It’s going to be a close call for me to be honest. I need to be back in Kathmandu on the 26th, and if I stop in Jomsom I will be there around the 22nd. And then I’ll have to travel back to Kathmandu, which will take some time. So I think I will leave a few days earlier, just to be safe. Don’t want to miss my flight back home due to circumstances. But thanks anyway mate!

  3. Hello Freek,
    No worries, Have a safe trip!
    Hope i was helpful.