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Annapurna Poon Hill Trek

Poon Hill Trek is a short trekking route that covers numerous areas of Annapurna circuit. The trek show the way to Poon Hill and hence the trek is named as the Poon Hill Trek. Annapurna has been listed as one of most excellent trekking routes in the world and it seems as no shock that the trekking route pull towards you a huge number of tourists, domestic and international, every year. The towering mountains, the high hills and the great landscape it presents, drag many trekkers to this perfect region of natural loveliness. Besides the out of this world panorama of the Himalayan mountain range counting Mount Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna I (8091m), Mount Machhepuchhre (6998m), Nilgiri (7041m), Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna II (7939m), Annapurna III (7555m) and Tukuche (6920m), Poon Hill Trek provides trekkers with the occasion to blend together with the local villagers and their everyday life.
Poon Hill Trek has been planned for an itinerary lasting10 days. The best time for the trek is between the months of February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November and May. Poon Hill Trek is one of the easiest treks available in Nepal that allows some of the greatest views of the Annapurna Range without having to climb too much of the altitude. On the way to Poon Hill, you will come across dense forests of Rhododendron and some of the ethnic Magar villages. The top of Poon Hill offers unforgettable view of the sunrise while the Himalayas form the backdrop of the scene. The maximum elevation reached on this trek is 3210m and its minimum altitude is 1065m. If you are planning to trek in a group then the minimum as well as maximum people in a group are 118. Just in case if you are willing to know more relating with the trekking and price you can contact in the website of the company.
Outline Itinerary
Day 01: Meet at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hote
Day 02: sightseeing in Kathmandu
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara
Day 04: Drive to Tikhedhunga
Day 05: Trek to Ghorepani
Day 06: Trek to Tatopani
Day 07: Trek to Pokhara
Day 08: Explore Pokhara
Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu
 

Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
As you arrived at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu you will be greeted by our team members at the Airport then transferred to the hotel. Our travel representatives will give details in a brief regarding the travel itinerary leading your arrival in the Kathmandu. You will be staying at a hotel in the first day. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Kathmandu valley includes several Hindu temples including of Pashupatinath, listed by UNESCO in World Heritage Sites and the largest Buddhist stupa in Boudhanath. You can also visit the Monkey Temple Swyambhunath, built in 2000 years old and visit Patan, city of fine arts. In the evening you will be meeting with your trekking guide, checking the equipments and further discussion. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 03: Drive to Pokhara (910 meters) 6 hrs
On the 3rd day, you will drive to Pokhara (around 200km) by means of Prithivi Highway. The bus will leave at 7 AM in the dawn. It will take about 6 hours of drive in the midst of striking scenery all along the way. You will reach your destination at Pokhara in the late afternoon. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 04: Drive to Tikhedhunga (1480m) 4 hrs
After breakfast in the morning on the third day, you will then be driven to Naya Pul (42km) via car/taxi . An hour of walk from Naya Pul will take you to Birethanti, a small and vibrant town nearby Pokhara. Trekking formally starts from here as you will walk for a couple of hours along the beautiful trail with bamboo forests and water springs on the way. Ramghai will be the place for lunch on day three. After lunch you will move along the trail which now takes a gradual ascend finally reaching to Tikhedhunga, the destination for overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 05: Trek to Ghorepani (2860m) 6 hrs
On the 5th day, you will ascend around 1000 meters as the trail normally grows rising. You will come across a lot of small rivulets and river springs. In the middle, you will arrive at a traditional Magar village of Ulleri, which is situated at around 2080 meters. An hour’s of hike from Ulleri, grabs you to Nangethanti, where you will take your lunch. Again walking further hours of trek from Nangethanti, you will reach to Ghorepani, where you will stay. From Ghorepani, you can outlook incredible views of Dhaulagiri I, Tukuche, and an extra adjoining Himalayas. You can still enjoy the sunrise view from Ghorepani. Overnight stay at a guest house.

Day 06: Trek to Tatopani (2630m) 6 hrs
At 5:30 AM you will wake up early in the morning to start the next trip which provides the best clear views and sun rising over the Himalayas. You can enjoy lots of White Mountains from Poon Hill. After sun rising, you will return to get away and here you will take your day meal. Ghorepani means "horse water" and is certainly a welcome water to stop for the groups of equine, high heel mules and equine that carries abundance between Pokhara and Jomsom. From Ghorepani, the down street path follows the Jomsom path. Acrossing the Rhododendron, natural environment, you will reach the side of Ghara Khola.

Day 07: Trek to Pokhara (910m) 5 hrs
On the 7th day, you will return to the Pokhara city. On the way, you come across Seuli Bazzar and the Modi River. At Birethanti, you will have your lunch in a small vibrant town nearby Pokhara. Birethanti is quite popular for fish delicacy. The trek then continues towards Nayapul before being driven back to Pokhara. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 08: Explore Pokhara
On the 8th day you have some free time in Pokhara, so, you can go for sightseeing to Pokhara in an early morning. You can take taxi up to the hill to see sunrise in Sarangkot and spectacular snow-capped mountain ranges. After having lunch you will be back to Pokhara and visit different caves, Tibetan refugee camp cave, and enjoy boating on the lake. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu
On the 9th day you will drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara. It’s all up to you whether you want to stay one more day or willing to return your own hometown. If you want to depart on this day, then you will be transferred into Tribhuvan International Airport, Kahmandu.
 

 

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Trekking in Nepal refers to walking at different places that may be either easy walking trail or toughest trekking trail. It is commonly said that there is not any bad weather but the trekking will greatly affected by the dressing styles or so called inappropriate clothing. There are several type o f equipments that are absolutely necessary for the trekking in Nepal. The trekking equipments can be different according to the different types of trekking but will also differ from trekking trail, weather conditions, camping or lodging trekking and so on. The trekking equipments should be carefully observed before going for any types of trekking at Nepal otherwise it may create great problem for the trekkers to enjoy the trekking fully.
Some of the major trekking equipments that are absolutely needed for the trekking in Nepal are as follows.

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