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Naya kanga Peak climbing (22 days)

naya kang peak

Naya Kanga (5,846m) mounting higher in a well-formed to the west area of Ganja La is considered as an idyllic destination for the peak climbing among climbers. The way is moderately short in comparison to other popular climbing peaks. However, it includes more technical attention than a lot of other peaks.


We begin by driving through the way lying to the north-west hills. You will be witnessing attractive setting of snowy massifs on the way like Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Mt. Annapurna 2, and other slight peaks. Also, the trail passes by way of Bhotekoshi River that gushes down from Tibet next to the Langtang River. The eye-catching view of snowy peak view of Mt. Langtang Lirung (7244m) appears in front of us on the way to Langtang Village. Once you traverse various trivial streams; forested beam bridges plus moraines, you can finally get a sight of the Monastery of Kyanjin monastery and the vivid icefall flowing downhill from the Kimshung as well as Langtang Lirung peaks. We will depart from Nyengang Kharka to reach Naya Kang High Camp lying at 4960m. The track is vertical rise to arrive at High Camp. You walk along the rock-strewn and glacier. The arresting views of Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo peak, Tserko Ri, Yansi Tsenji, Kibgyu Ri, and more will stun the visitors. Ascending to the summit of Naya Kang peak is the most important day and it’s a great sense of delight to reach to the highest peak. The peak offers eye-catching panorama of Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo peak, Tserko Ri, Yansi Tsenji, Kibgyu Ri, and more. After celebrating at the peak for some time, we will return back to Nyengang Kharka taking roughly 10 hours.

Langtang, in fact, is a towering Sherpa settlement. Our path of way out from the vale is passing through the classic Ganjala Pass taking us to the Helambu area and descends all the way through the fertile area to Kathmandu valley. Third Eye Adventure designs the Naya Kanga awaring that the climbers must have technical expertise on peak climbing. Also, we bestow all kinds of extensive information that are vital for peak climbing in Nepal. 

Trip Facts

Duration: 22 Days
Climbing Destination: Syabrubesi to Nayakanga peak
Grade: Moderate climbing
Mode of trek: Camping
Maximum Altitude: 5,846m
Climbing Season: spring (April, May) and autumn (October, November)

Trip Overview

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and preparing for trek

Day 03: Kathmandu drive to SyabruBensi (1550m)

Day 04: Trek SyabruBensi to Lama Hotel (2450m)

Day 05: Lama Hotel trek to Langtang Village (3430m)

Day 06: Trek to KyanjinGompa (3870m)

Day 07: Acclimatization day in Kyanjin

Day 08: Kyangjin Gompa to Nyengang Kharka (4430m.)

Day 09: Nyengang Kharka to Naya Kang High Camp (4960m.)

Day 10: Rest at Naya Kang High Camp

Day 11: Summit Naya Kang peak

Day 12: Nyengang Kharka to Kyangjin Gompa

Day 13: Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel

Day 14: Lama Hotel trek to Big SyabruBensi (2230m)

Day 15: Big SyabruBensi to Sing Gompa (3330m)

Day 16: Sing Gompa to Gosaikunda Lake (4460m)

Day 17: Gosaikunda to Ghopte (3440m)

Day 18: Ghopte to Tharepati (3510m)

Day 19: Tharepati to GulBhanjyang (2800m)

Day 20: GulBhanjyang to Chisopani (2140m)

Day 21: Chisopani to Sundarijal and to Kathmandu

Day 22: Farewell Departure

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu

As you reach at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, Third Eye Adventure arranges as airport representative who will meet you and end up the formalities (Visa, etc). You just need to confirm our representative with a show board at the way in gate. You will after that shift to the hotel. In the evening, we will have a welcome dinner at a long-established Nepalese restaurant and also observe a Nepal is cultural program. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and preparing for trek
Today, you will go for sightseeing in Kathmandu. The main fascinations of the sightseeing tour are going around Kathmandu valley where you can see many age-old temples, architectures and more; going around Boudhanath which is one of the biggest Buddhist Stupa in the entire world; Swayambhunath, a renowned monkey temple falling at the hillock; Pashupatinath, a prominent Hindu temple and numerous enthralling places to visit. And many of them are enlisted in UNESCO’s world heritage list. Also, we will prepare for trek today. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 03: Kathmandu drive to Syabrubesi (1550m)
Today, you will drive through the way lying to the north-west hills for roughly 8 hours. You will be witnessing attractive setting of snowy massifs on the way like Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Mt. Annapurna 2, and other slight peaks. The scenes of ridgeline and hills go off via Trishuli Bazaar, Betrawati, and Dhunche. Later, we come down to reach Syabrubesi for the overnight stay.

Day 4: Trek Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel (2450m)
The trail passes by way of Bhotekoshi River that gushes down from Tibet next to the Langtang River. The trek steadily goes up to Bamboo way. Later, the track goes from side to side with the Sub Tropical woods that are sheltered by oaks, maple, massive spruce, and blue pine. The diverse flora and fauna including wild Boars, Red Pandas, Monkeys, yellow-throated Martens etc can be seen on our way. Then, our trek moves to Rimche (2400m). Overnight at Lama Hotel for the night.

Day 5: Lama Hotel trek to Langtang Village (3430m)
After finishing our breakfast, our pathway begins with Oaks, pink as well as white Rhododendrons, Hemlocks higher than the Langtang River. The eye-catching view of snowy peak view of Mt. Langtang Lirung (7244m) appears in front of us. The path leads further and we move toward lavish fields of Ghora Tabela (2992m). Countless more can be observed on the way ahead of reaching Langtang village bounded by stone walls; surrounded fields where wheat, potatoes, barley, buckwheat are placed. Overnight in Langtang Village.

Day 06: Trek to KyanjinGompa (3870m)
The track goes via villages and climbs to the edge enclosed by a large Chorten.  Once you traverse various trivial streams; forested beam bridges plus moraines, you can finally get a sight of the Monastery of Kyanjin monastery and the vivid icefall flowing downhill from the Kimshung as well as Lantang Lirung peaks. The scenes are exhilarating because of panoramic sights of Ganja La (5160m), Genjempol, Langtang Lirung, Yala Peaks, Kyanjuin RI (4750m), and et-cetera.

Day 07: Acclimatization day in Kyanjin
After the breakfast, we will be going around the cheese factory and monastery.  You will be walking up the Moraine to sight the amazing ice facades and dropping glaciers of Langtang Lirung. Afterward, we will go up to Kyanjin Ri (4350m), TserkoRi (5000m). There are quite a few choices sided trips as well. Overnight in Kyanjin.

Day 08: Kyangjin Gompa to Nyengang Kharka (4430m.)
On this day, we will trek from Kyangjin Gompa in order to get to Nyengang Kharka (4430m.) taking roughly 5 hours. Subsequent to the descendfor about 20 minutes you pass through a suspension bridge above Langtang River and after that the path moves mounting to reach Nyengang Kharka. We will notice juniper shrubs on the both sides of our trail. We will take pleasure in the vistas of Langtang Lirung plus Langtang Lirung glacier.

Day 09: Nyengang Kharka to Naya Kang High Camp (4960m.)
We will depart from Nyengang Kharka to reach Naya Kang High Camp lying at 4960m taking roughly 4 hours. The track is vertical rise to arrive at High Camp. You walk along the rock-strewn and glacier. The arresting views of Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo peak, Tserko Ri, Yansi Tsenji, Kibgyu Ri, and more will stun the visitors. Overnight at the Naya Kang High Camp.

Day 10: Rest at Naya Kang High Camp
We will have a rest day at Naya Kang High Camp on this day. This is in fact an acclimatization day in order to adjust with the setting at high elevated region and so that we can prepare for Naya Kang summating day. Overnight at the Naya Kang High Camp.

Day 11: Summit Naya Kang peak
On this day, we ascend to the summit of Naya Kang peak. This is the most important day and it’s a great sense of delight to reach to the highest peak. The peak offers eye-catching panorama of Langtang Lirung, Ganchenpo peak, Tserko Ri, Yansi Tsenji, Kibgyu Ri, and more. After celebrating at the peak for some time, we will return back to Nyengang Kharka taking roughly 10 hours.

Day 12: Nyengang Kharka to Kyangjin Gompa
Today we leave Nyengang Kharka to reach Kyangjin Gompa taking about 4 hours. You walk downward to move across suspension bridge above Langtang River. Now you climb for roughly 20 minutes in order to reach Kyangjin Gompa. Overnight in Kyajin Gompa.

Day 13: Kyanjin Gompa to Lama Hotel
You will take your breakfast witnessing the excellent scenes of snow-white mountains. Then, we will go down back following the Langtang River to Langtang community and move head to Ghora Tabela. After finishing our lunch in Ghora Tabela, we will walk further on to the same Hotel observing extravagant views of lofty mountains. Overnight at Lama Hotel.

Day 14: Lama Hotel trek to Big Syabrubesi (2230m)
The path falls downward to the river and goes side by side with pine and Junipers. It offers grand views of Red Pandas, Boar, monkeys, and diverse types of birds when moving to Thulo Syabru. You will be free to see the sights around. You can also look at the wonderful views of Ganesh Himal (7110m) plus several other peaks from the village. Overnight in Thulo Syabru village.

Day 15: Big Syabrubesi to Sing Gompa (3330m)
The track leads us to Sing Gompa from Thulo Syabru with a sheer mounting path passing through Dursagang (2735m). En-route, you can take hold of wonderful views of Langtang Himal and a lot of more. Soon after, you will walk through Rhododendron woodland and pastures to the top at Phoparng Danda (3190m). The path ascends and reaches Sing Gompa.  Overnight at a tea house.

Day 16: Sing Gompa to Gosainkunda Lake (4460m)
From Sing Gompa the trail moves to Lauribinayak firstly to alpine country higher than the tree line. After you traverse a small fold, you get to perceive the divine Gosainkunda Lake. The myth tells Gosainkunda was shaped by Lord Shiva when he pierced a glacier in search of water to eradicate his thirst after sipping the toxic which exposed to finish the earth. For the period of the full-moon each August, many pilgrims make a trip there to dedicate and bathe.

Day 17: Gosainkunda to Ghopte (3440m)
After the visit in the region of Gosainkunda, you begin with a climb to the north face of Gosainkunda and mounts on the unsteady walls. From here, we can spot Annapurna range all through the way. Afterwards, our track leads us down to reach Phedi (3740m). From here, we have ascents all the way through the bamboo bush to the top. Walking down through rocky knoll; Rhododendron woods, you will lastly arrive at Ghopte. Overnight in Ghopte at night.

Day 18: Ghopte to Tharepati (3510m)
From the point in Ghopte, our track slightly makes way down and after that ascends through the junipers, oak Rhododendron forest up to the Tharepati. From the community, you can grab the just right scene of the Langtang peak range. Overnight in Tharepati.

Day 19: Tharepati to GulBhanjyang (2800m)
Walking to the East from Tharepati, the path drops downward the edge and goes by forest with happiness vistas until you arrive at the enthralling traditional Helambu valley. Eye-catching peak views, local inhabitants, way of life, customs, and customs will delight you. Overnight in Gul Bhanjyang.

Day 20: GulBhanjyang to Chisapani (2140m)
Walking downward to the Pathi Bhanjyang, we will again go by forest. It’s a short day of our peak which goes up to Chisapani from where the spectacle of the whole central Himalaya is outstanding. You can also find a sight of peak ranges Manaslu, Everest etc. Overnight in Chisapani.

Day 21: Chisapani to Sundarijal and to Kathmandu
After our breakfast, you begin walking up the last bypass in Borlang Bhanjyang (2240m). From here, you go downward to the Tamang community of Mulkharka (1800m). Terrific views can be observed along the path at a lower elevation. Later, it’s a tiny climb to Sundarijal as we leave behind through local water supply. From Sundarijal, we will drive back to Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 22: Farewell Departure
Our airport agent will take you to the Tribhuvan International Airport for your return to you home country. We will hope to see you again since we organize a lot of other peak climbing options, as well as tours, expeditions, and sports activities.

Cost Includes

  •          Transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the trek as per itinerary
  •          All Meals and hot drinks (tea, coffee) during trekking and climbing days   (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)            as indicated by the itinerary
  •          All trekking and camping equipments like camp furniture, kitchenware, dining tents, guest tents, etc.
  •          Satellite phone carrying by Guide for communication and available for members with the cost of US$ 4          per minute call
  •          Appropriate food for high altitude and all climbing crew at base camp and above as required
  •          All Accommodation from day 1 to day 16 in twin sharing basis
  •          All trekking and climbing related permit & fees, (Entry Permit of respective region and   TIMS Card and          climbing permits for Peak).
  •          Experienced, Trained and Government Licensed Climbing Guide(s) during Climbing Period as per the            size of group
  •          Required fixed and dynamic rope during climbing period and Oxygen and mask regulator
  •          Required Sherpa and porters and theirs wages.
  •          A comprehensive medical kit
  •          All government and local taxes for Trekking and climbing 
  •          Climbing leaders, Sherpa & porter’s insurance.
  •          Farewell dinner in authentic Nepali restaurant with cultural program.
  •          Service charge for company
  •          Climbing certificate from the tourism department

 

 

 

Cost Excludes

  •          Climbing certificate from the tourism department
  •          International air fare to/ from Nepal
  •          Entry Visa fees - at present $25 for 15 day, US$ 40 for 30 day, and US$ 100 for three month visa on            entry into Nepal.
  •          Foods in cities (Except farewell dinner)
  •          Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, lost, theft expenses
  •          Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides,                political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations.
  •          Drinks: both alcoholic and bottled other than sterilized drinking water.
  •          Any packed food/snacks, aerated drinks, energy drinks, mineral water, alcohol, cigarettes, chocolates,          nutria-bars
  •          Laundry fees
  •          All food and beverages other than on the itinerary
  •          Ice fall Garbage Deposit fees (Sharing with other member), which is refundable.
  •          Personal climbing gears and expenses
  •          Tips and gratitude provided to staff.

There are to best season for climbing one is springs and another is autumn. The other season are not recommending for climbing because of the weather. We do operate climbing with minimum 2 people. For the price you could mail us on info@thirdeyeadventure.com

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Travel Insurance

It would be best of you to make a travel insurance before the trips that will be protected against comprehensive expenses potential to incur due to medical issues or accidents (to include air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please be noted that we don"t arrange or sell insurance.

Accommodations
All accommodations for Annapurna Base Camp Trek are on twin sharing basis included in the trip cost and are chosen based on standard of hygiene, standard of service and food, location, etc. There are two styles of accommodations during our trekking. You will spend two nights in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu and during your trekking you will spend 10 nights in standard teahouse/lodge/hotel in which there are unheated rooms with wooden beds and foam mattresses. We provide attached rooms as much as possible, however teahouses/lodges of some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities. If you are a solo traveler, you will share a room with someone else of same sex of your group. If you prefer a single room, you may indicate your preference and get single rooms on request by paying single supplement.

Meals
During the Trek, you can enjoy typical Nepali cuisen, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.) from pizza and Chips to apple pie. You can even enjoy hot chocolates, variety of breads, variety of drinks, and snacks. Breakfast of a day will be provided from the teahouse/lodge menu where you spent your night. Lunch will be served on the way to destination, dinner and breakfast in the teahouse where you will spend the night. A welcome dinner, a farewell dinner and breakfasts will be provided during your stay in Kathmandu and breakfast will be provided in Pokhara.

Equipments & Packing List
It is best if you pack the following for your trek:
Head:
- Sun hat or scarf
- Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
- Sunglasses with UV protection

Lower Body:
- Under Garments
- Hiking shorts
- Lightweight cotton long pants
- Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
- Fleece or wool pants (seasonal)
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants

Feet:
- Thin, lightweight inner socks
- Thick, warm wool hiking socks
- Hiking boots with spare laces
- Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals) Gaiters for hiking in winter to the base camp

Upper Body:
- T-shirts
- Light and expedition weight thermal tops
- Fleece jacket or pullover
- Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
- Down vest and/or jacket *

Hands:
- Lightweight gloves
- Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer (seasonal)

Accessories:
- Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F *
- Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
- Trekking Bags/Duffel bag *
- Basic First Aid Kit
- Large plastic bags - for keeping items dry insidetrekbag
- Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
- Trekking Poles *
- Water bottles
- Toiletries (Small wash towel, Toilet papers etc)
- Ear Plug (who know some people on group are snoring)

Toiletries
- 1 medium sized quick drying towel
- Tooth brush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
- Multipurpose soap (preferably biodegradable)
- Deodorants
- Nail clippers
- Face and body moisturizer
- Feminine hygiene products
- Small mirror

Personal Hygiene
- Wet wipes (baby wipes)
- Tissue /toilet roll
- Anti bacterial hands wash

Extras/Luxuries
- Binoculars
- Reading book
- Trail Map/Guide book
- Journal & Pen
- Walkman
- Pencils and small notebooks
- Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble
- Swimming customs (for Kathmandu & Trek)

Acclimatization
The effects of high altitude on humans are considerable. The percentage saturation of hemoglobin with oxygen determines the content of oxygen in our blood. After the human body reaches around 2,100 m (7,000 feet) above sea level, the saturation of oxyhemoglobin begins to plummet. However, the human body has both short-term and long-term adaptations to altitude that allow it to partially compensate for the lack of oxygen. Athletes use these adaptations to help their performance. There is a limit to the level of adaptation: mountaineers refer to the altitudes above 8,000 metres (26,000 ft) as the "death zone", where no human body can acclimatize.

Leader(s) & Staff Arrangements
To makes your Annapurna Base Camp Trek successful, enjoyable and memorable the most important thing you need to realize is the skilled, experienced, courteous and helpful trek leader and the crew members with the ability to operate your duration in the mountain smoothly. Your trip will be led by the best and most professional leaders that we can offer from our side. All of our trekking leaders are carefully selected on the basis of their appropriate experience, leadership skills and personal aptitude. With an objective of sustaining local communities Black Diamond only employs Nepalese staffs who have fact and uptodate knowledgeable about culture, ecosystem, flora, fauna, geography, and history of Nepal. Trek leaders of Black Diamond are also trained with following trainings to make them educated on potential medical issues during their trek, biodiversity and environmental issues, English language, etc:
Intensive Wilderness First Aid
Trekking Guide Training
Eco Trekking Workshop & Adventure Meet
English Language
Conservation and Biodiversity
Rock climbing, Ice Climbing and Mountaineering (for expedition leaders)

 

Environmental Concerns
The Annapurna Region is stunningly beautiful, but equally fragile. Future generations have just as much of a right to appreciate it as we do and so the tourism industry has an obligation to protect and preserve it. We employ a "zero impact" policy on the natural environment and the traditional communities that live there. We enforce a number of do"s and don"ts, and our experienced staffs can advise you on how to minimize your impact.

Best Season
Autumn (mid Sept to mid Dec) and Spring(March to May) are the best seasons for the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. The weather is sunny and warm, with outstanding views but the nights are cold and can fall to freezing. Winter (Dec, Jan, Feb) is also good for Annapurna Base Camp Walk, only colder (obviously). The trekking routes are crowded during spring and autumn but during winter the routes are not packed and you could enjoy rather best of nature.

Additional Information
Our website contains as much information as possible about this trip. However, if you wish to discuss any aspect of this trip or your suitability for it please contact us by email. If you want to talk to us directly feel free to call us.

Travel Insurance

It would be best of you to make a travel insurance before the trips that will be protected against comprehensive expenses potential to incur due to medical issues or accidents (to include air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please be noted that we don"t arrange or sell insurance.

Accommodations
All accommodations for Annapurna Base Camp Trek are on twin sharing basis included in the trip cost and are chosen based on standard of hygiene, standard of service and food, location, etc. There are two styles of accommodations during our trekking. You will spend two nights in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu and during your trekking you will spend 10 nights in standard teahouse/lodge/hotel in which there are unheated rooms with wooden beds and foam mattresses. We provide attached rooms as much as possible, however teahouses/lodges of some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities. If you are a solo traveler, you will share a room with someone else of same sex of your group. If you prefer a single room, you may indicate your preference and get single rooms on request by paying single supplement.

Meals
During the Trek, you can enjoy typical Nepali cuisen, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.) from pizza and Chips to apple pie. You can even enjoy hot chocolates, variety of breads, variety of drinks, and snacks. Breakfast of a day will be provided from the teahouse/lodge menu where you spent your night. Lunch will be served on the way to destination, dinner and breakfast in the teahouse where you will spend the night. A welcome dinner, a farewell dinner and breakfasts will be provided during your stay in Kathmandu and breakfast will be provided in Pokhara.

Equipments & Packing List
It is best if you pack the following for your trek:
Head:
- Sun hat or scarf
- Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
- Sunglasses with UV protection

Lower Body:
- Under Garments
- Hiking shorts
- Lightweight cotton long pants
- Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
- Fleece or wool pants (seasonal)
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants

Feet:
- Thin, lightweight inner socks
- Thick, warm wool hiking socks
- Hiking boots with spare laces
- Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals) Gaiters for hiking in winter to the base camp

Upper Body:
- T-shirts
- Light and expedition weight thermal tops
- Fleece jacket or pullover
- Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
- Down vest and/or jacket *

Hands:
- Lightweight gloves
- Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer (seasonal)

Accessories:
- Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F *
- Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
- Trekking Bags/Duffel bag *
- Basic First Aid Kit
- Large plastic bags - for keeping items dry insidetrekbag
- Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
- Trekking Poles *
- Water bottles
- Toiletries (Small wash towel, Toilet papers etc)
- Ear Plug (who know some people on group are snoring)

Toiletries
- 1 medium sized quick drying towel
- Tooth brush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
- Multipurpose soap (preferably biodegradable)
- Deodorants
- Nail clippers
- Face and body moisturizer
- Feminine hygiene products
- Small mirror

Personal Hygiene
- Wet wipes (baby wipes)
- Tissue /toilet roll
- Anti bacterial hands wash

Extras/Luxuries
- Binoculars
- Reading book
- Trail Map/Guide book
- Journal & Pen
- Walkman
- Pencils and small notebooks
- Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble
- Swimming customs (for Kathmandu & Trek)

Acclimatization
The effects of high altitude on humans are considerable. The percentage saturation of hemoglobin with oxygen determines the content of oxygen in our blood. After the human body reaches around 2,100 m (7,000 feet) above sea level, the saturation of oxyhemoglobin begins to plummet. However, the human body has both short-term and long-term adaptations to altitude that allow it to partially compensate for the lack of oxygen. Athletes use these adaptations to help their performance. There is a limit to the level of adaptation: mountaineers refer to the altitudes above 8,000 metres (26,000 ft) as the "death zone", where no human body can acclimatize.

Leader(s) & Staff Arrangements
To makes your Annapurna Base Camp Trek successful, enjoyable and memorable the most important thing you need to realize is the skilled, experienced, courteous and helpful trek leader and the crew members with the ability to operate your duration in the mountain smoothly. Your trip will be led by the best and most professional leaders that we can offer from our side. All of our trekking leaders are carefully selected on the basis of their appropriate experience, leadership skills and personal aptitude. With an objective of sustaining local communities Black Diamond only employs Nepalese staffs who have fact and uptodate knowledgeable about culture, ecosystem, flora, fauna, geography, and history of Nepal. Trek leaders of Black Diamond are also trained with following trainings to make them educated on potential medical issues during their trek, biodiversity and environmental issues, English language, etc:
Intensive Wilderness First Aid
Trekking Guide Training
Eco Trekking Workshop & Adventure Meet
English Language
Conservation and Biodiversity
Rock climbing, Ice Climbing and Mountaineering (for expedition leaders)

 

Environmental Concerns
The Annapurna Region is stunningly beautiful, but equally fragile. Future generations have just as much of a right to appreciate it as we do and so the tourism industry has an obligation to protect and preserve it. We employ a "zero impact" policy on the natural environment and the traditional communities that live there. We enforce a number of do"s and don"ts, and our experienced staffs can advise you on how to minimize your impact.

Best Season
Autumn (mid Sept to mid Dec) and Spring(March to May) are the best seasons for the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. The weather is sunny and warm, with outstanding views but the nights are cold and can fall to freezing. Winter (Dec, Jan, Feb) is also good for Annapurna Base Camp Walk, only colder (obviously). The trekking routes are crowded during spring and autumn but during winter the routes are not packed and you could enjoy rather best of nature.

Additional Information
Our website contains as much information as possible about this trip. However, if you wish to discuss any aspect of this trip or your suitability for it please contact us by email. If you want to talk to us directly feel free to call us.

Travel Insurance

It would be best of you to make a travel insurance before the trips that will be protected against comprehensive expenses potential to incur due to medical issues or accidents (to include air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please be noted that we don"t arrange or sell insurance.

Accommodations
All accommodations for Annapurna Base Camp Trek are on twin sharing basis included in the trip cost and are chosen based on standard of hygiene, standard of service and food, location, etc. There are two styles of accommodations during our trekking. You will spend two nights in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu and during your trekking you will spend 10 nights in standard teahouse/lodge/hotel in which there are unheated rooms with wooden beds and foam mattresses. We provide attached rooms as much as possible, however teahouses/lodges of some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities. If you are a solo traveler, you will share a room with someone else of same sex of your group. If you prefer a single room, you may indicate your preference and get single rooms on request by paying single supplement.

Meals
During the Trek, you can enjoy typical Nepali cuisen, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.) from pizza and Chips to apple pie. You can even enjoy hot chocolates, variety of breads, variety of drinks, and snacks. Breakfast of a day will be provided from the teahouse/lodge menu where you spent your night. Lunch will be served on the way to destination, dinner and breakfast in the teahouse where you will spend the night. A welcome dinner, a farewell dinner and breakfasts will be provided during your stay in Kathmandu and breakfast will be provided in Pokhara.

Equipments & Packing List
It is best if you pack the following for your trek:
Head:
- Sun hat or scarf
- Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
- Sunglasses with UV protection

Lower Body:
- Under Garments
- Hiking shorts
- Lightweight cotton long pants
- Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
- Fleece or wool pants (seasonal)
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants

Feet:
- Thin, lightweight inner socks
- Thick, warm wool hiking socks
- Hiking boots with spare laces
- Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals) Gaiters for hiking in winter to the base camp

Upper Body:
- T-shirts
- Light and expedition weight thermal tops
- Fleece jacket or pullover
- Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
- Down vest and/or jacket *

Hands:
- Lightweight gloves
- Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer (seasonal)

Accessories:
- Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F *
- Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
- Trekking Bags/Duffel bag *
- Basic First Aid Kit
- Large plastic bags - for keeping items dry insidetrekbag
- Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
- Trekking Poles *
- Water bottles
- Toiletries (Small wash towel, Toilet papers etc)
- Ear Plug (who know some people on group are snoring)

Toiletries
- 1 medium sized quick drying towel
- Tooth brush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
- Multipurpose soap (preferably biodegradable)
- Deodorants
- Nail clippers
- Face and body moisturizer
- Feminine hygiene products
- Small mirror

Personal Hygiene
- Wet wipes (baby wipes)
- Tissue /toilet roll
- Anti bacterial hands wash

Extras/Luxuries
- Binoculars
- Reading book
- Trail Map/Guide book
- Journal & Pen
- Walkman
- Pencils and small notebooks
- Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble
- Swimming customs (for Kathmandu & Trek)

Acclimatization
The effects of high altitude on humans are considerable. The percentage saturation of hemoglobin with oxygen determines the content of oxygen in our blood. After the human body reaches around 2,100 m (7,000 feet) above sea level, the saturation of oxyhemoglobin begins to plummet. However, the human body has both short-term and long-term adaptations to altitude that allow it to partially compensate for the lack of oxygen. Athletes use these adaptations to help their performance. There is a limit to the level of adaptation: mountaineers refer to the altitudes above 8,000 metres (26,000 ft) as the "death zone", where no human body can acclimatize.

Leader(s) & Staff Arrangements
To makes your Annapurna Base Camp Trek successful, enjoyable and memorable the most important thing you need to realize is the skilled, experienced, courteous and helpful trek leader and the crew members with the ability to operate your duration in the mountain smoothly. Your trip will be led by the best and most professional leaders that we can offer from our side. All of our trekking leaders are carefully selected on the basis of their appropriate experience, leadership skills and personal aptitude. With an objective of sustaining local communities Black Diamond only employs Nepalese staffs who have fact and uptodate knowledgeable about culture, ecosystem, flora, fauna, geography, and history of Nepal. Trek leaders of Black Diamond are also trained with following trainings to make them educated on potential medical issues during their trek, biodiversity and environmental issues, English language, etc:
Intensive Wilderness First Aid
Trekking Guide Training
Eco Trekking Workshop & Adventure Meet
English Language
Conservation and Biodiversity
Rock climbing, Ice Climbing and Mountaineering (for expedition leaders)

 

Environmental Concerns
The Annapurna Region is stunningly beautiful, but equally fragile. Future generations have just as much of a right to appreciate it as we do and so the tourism industry has an obligation to protect and preserve it. We employ a "zero impact" policy on the natural environment and the traditional communities that live there. We enforce a number of do"s and don"ts, and our experienced staffs can advise you on how to minimize your impact.

Best Season
Autumn (mid Sept to mid Dec) and Spring(March to May) are the best seasons for the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. The weather is sunny and warm, with outstanding views but the nights are cold and can fall to freezing. Winter (Dec, Jan, Feb) is also good for Annapurna Base Camp Walk, only colder (obviously). The trekking routes are crowded during spring and autumn but during winter the routes are not packed and you could enjoy rather best of nature.

Additional Information
Our website contains as much information as possible about this trip. However, if you wish to discuss any aspect of this trip or your suitability for it please contact us by email. If you want to talk to us directly feel free to call us.

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