Annapurna I Expedition
Annapurna is a sanskrit word which when broken down, would mean, “Sustenance” and “filled with”. So the name would translate into “The Goddess rich in Sustenance” or simply “The Provider”. It was first climbed by M. Herzog & L. Lachenal in 1950. The Annapurna Himal and the Lamjung Himal stretch from the Kali Gandaki in the west to the Marshyangdi in the east.
Annapurna is the 10th highest mountain in the world and was the first 8000m peak to be climbed. In the autumn of 1999 there were 120 expedition to Annapurna. 106 climbers reached the summit. 54 climbers never came back.
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing, hotel
Day 03: Last preparation in Kathmandu
Day 04: Drive KTM – Baglung
Day 05: Trek to Beni
Day 06: Trek to Tatopani
Day 07: Trek to Ghasa
Day 08: Trek to Lete
Day 09: Trek to Dhulo Bukhing
Day 10: Trek to Phang Base Camp
Day 11: Trek to Base Camp
Days 12-31: Climbing period of Annapurna
Day 32: BC to Dhulo Bukhing
Day 33: Trek to Lete
Day 34: Trek to Ghasa
Day 35: Trek to Tatopani
Day 36: Trek to Ghorepani
Day 37: Trek to Birethanti
Day 38: Drive to Pokhara, transfer to Kathmandu
Day 39: Leisure in Kathmandu
Day 40: Final Departure
Equipment allowance, daily allowance & insurance for staffs
Food and fuel
All camping equipment such as, member tent, dining tent, kitchen tent, chairs, tables.
Guide, Porters and Other staffs.
Royalty and peak permit
Airport arrival and departure
Accommodation at 3 and 4 star hotels in Kathmandu before and after the expedition on BB plan
Personal Nature Expense
International air fare to and from Nepal.
Nepal entry visa fee
Disembarkation Airport Tax in Nepal
Trekking EquipmentsTips for guide, porters, driver
Personal accident insurance and emergency rescue operation.