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Arrive at Kathmandu and check into the Hotel and take a little nap and later lesten to a story about Annapurna Sircuit treak.
Leave the hotel in a good time to visit four different spiritual and holy places: Pashupati temple, Buddha stupa, Swayembhu stupa, and Patan Durbar square.
Pashupati temple is the mekka of Hindu people in Kathmandu city and every Hindu has to come to this Pashupati temple to wash all bad karma or bad deeds. Devotees cremate bodies along the sacred river Baghmati.
Buddha Stupa is one of the largest Buddhist temples in the world. Many Buddhist pilgrims come to this stupa from all over the world to practice Buddhist philosophy and many Buddhist monks Lamas do their prayers in this stupa every day and burn candles. It’s a mini Tibet in Nepal.
Swayembhu stupa is a very special place for Hindu and Buddhist people in Kathmandu city, because from this stupa our Nepali calendar starts from. This is the best place to have a wonderful view of Kathmandu city.
Patan Durbar square is the oldest city in Kathmandu which was founded in 200 BC and in this city you will learn about Nepali history.
You will be driven to Khudi Khola via Beshi Sahar and hike to Nadi (1011m) through narrow tracks, suspension bridges and a deep river gorge. About 3 hours. Stay over night at Nadi.
Hike for about 7 hours towards Jagat through the valley crossing several suspension bridges and passing several stunning waterfalls. You will get to view the tower of Mt. Lamjung (22,291Ft.), Manaslu (26,760 Ft.) and Peak 29 (24,652 Ft.). Stay over night at Jagat.
Hike for about 7 hours from Jagat to Dharapani, entering Manang district from Taal and crossing a enormous bridge to Dharapani to stay overnight at Dharapani .
Hike from Dharapani to Chame a distance that will take about 6 hours. The trail now leads to the west in Manaslu it forms an amazing backdrop of Annapurna II which appears occasionally to the south. As you continue, Annapurana range offers a breath-taking view. Staying over night at Chame.
You will be hiking by the side of the river all day for about 7 hours and passing through a narrow and steep gorge. The trek continues by passing through Manang Valley and two giant snows peaks. Staying overnight at Pisang.
After a 7-hour hike through trails and broad forested valley floor you will reach a small airstrip and a village of about 200 houses and Barge monastery. This is the largest in the entire district stay overnight at Manang.
Acclimating in Manang. This is a necessary day to rest and acclimatize and explore Manang; the village of about 500 flat.
Ascending. It seems more gradual than up but hard to breath so it takes longer to cover the short distance. We branch away from the Marsyandi Khola steadily climbing into quiet distinct alpine areas. Stay oernight at Ledar This is about a 4 hour walk.
This may be a hard night with the lack of oxygen. Be ready to wake up early in the morning for the most exciting day of all. Crossing the Jarsang Khola. You will climb to a small grassy valley and camp. Approximately 3 hours.
You will start the climbing early in the morning. This is the day you have been waiting for. You will reach the highest part of the trek – the top of the Thorong La (pass) 5416 m.
You will continue the trek from Muktinath till Kagbeni. This section is really different from the trek in the Marsyangdi side. Here, the climate is relatively dry, and the landscape looks like a desert. The area on the way from Muktinath to Kagbeni is full of caves and you will be surrounded by wonderful geological forms. From Muktinath (3800 meters) the trail gradually descends towards the quiant village of Jarkot, a quaint village with interesting houses and lots of green fields which seem out of place in the brown surround. At this point you can choose between two routes: one goes directly to Jomsom, and the other goes to Kagbeni; located 2800 meters high, Kagbeni is a village worth seeing, with stone houses and narrow alleys. The village is located near the Kali-Gandaki River. This river is huge and has created a very wide valley here. Do not venture north of this village. It is the border to Mustang area, which is closed to tourists and requires a very special permission to visit.
The trek will take you to Kagbeni and Jomsom along the Kali-Gandaki River, as does most of the trek in the next few days. The geological forms you’ll see on the way around you are really spectacular and you can buy black fossils called “Salligrams” from the locals. Jomsom, located 2700 meters high is a rather large village. It has a small airport, which will connect you to Pokhara and Kathmandu for the following day. The trek will continue to the small village of Marpha and you will camp for the night. It contains stone houses built on the mountain above the Kali-Gandaki river, with narrow streets paved with flat stones. There are few lovely guest houses there, Stay overnight in jomsom
And the next day you can fly back to phokhara city and the next day to kathmandu and leave for your next desination. Or continue this treak for some more days.
The trek continues from jomsom Marpha to Ghasa (1970 m.) which is a 5-6 hour hike.
Your surroundings will take a dramatic change to green vegetation and very beautiful view of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna region. Stay overnight at Ghasa.
You will have a 5-6 hour trek from Ghasa to Tatopani (1189 m.). The trek begins a gradual descent to Tatopani through valleys, fields and the beautiful Rupse Chhahara (water falls). You will stop for lunch at Dana village which is the deepest gorge in the world. You will rest and stay overnight at Tatopani.
From Tatopani you will be driven by Local Bus back to Pokhara
Drive or fly back to Kathmandu
a day of rest in Kathmandu for shopping and any other sightseeing.
Leave Kathmandu for your next destination and take some nice memory of Annapurna Circuit treak.