Annapurna Tarai Trekking is newly explored routes which gives tourists a taste of the mountains, hills and Teraithe plain area at once. Terai is a lowland tropical and subtropical belt of flat, alluvial land stretching along the Nepal-India border, and parallel to the Hill Region, which is the richest economic region in Nepal.
Annapurna Terai TrekkingDuring the trekking in the route, the tourists can not only see the mountains lying along the Annapurna regions but also the villages, terraced filled in the hillside, gigantic forests along the route, the natural beauty, flora and fauna so as the varieties of lifestyles, culture and traditions of different ethnic groups living in the Himalayan range, hill and Tarai belt. The lifestyle, the traditions, the way of hospitality, traditions so as the weather differs in each variation of geography in Nepal. Therefore, this route has been one the most demanded route among the clients of Budget Adventure Treks Expeditions.
The mountains, hills and Tarai, the diversity, its natural bled and geographical variation of Nepal have been talked much, but what these are all about, how it looks like, one can explore himself or herself, once he or she visits to this route, this is what one of the motto of Budget Adventure Treks Expeditions. It is all about exploring of Tarai the northern extension of the Gangetic plain to the India, commencing at about 300 meters above sea level and rising to about 1,000 meters at the foot of the Siwalik Range, including of several valleys (dun), such as the Surkhet and Dang valleys in western Nepal, and the Rapti Valley (Chitwan) in central Nepal and the Annapurna range the highest peaks in the world above 8000 m and the Hill region lying in between these highest point of earth and the lowest point of earth.
This trekking begins from Pokhara, the second largest touristic place in Nepal where we reach by direct flight or bus from Kathmandu and we head to Moriya through the Gurung village and continue to Yangjakot, Nakedhar and Passgaun in between we explore the places, the jungles, the scenes of the rocky mountains along the Annapurna massif and the natural diversities of the gigantic forest. Subsequently, we head to Bhujung and head to the Baglungpang up to now we will have been making of full circle of all the ranges Mountains, hill and Tarai and we reach to Besi Sahar, where we catch bus to Kathmandu or we take rest to have river rafting in Chitwan National park and then only return to Kathmandu.
Day 01:Arrival in kathmandu
Day 02:Kathmandu to Bijayapur by bus. Trek to Kalikasthan (1150m, 2 hours)
Day 03:Kalikasthan to Ghumti Bazar (630m, 4hours)
Day 04:Ghumti Bazar to Pakhrikot (1305m, 4hours)
Day 05:Pakhrikot to Rudi Khola (Bagicha) (780m, 4hours)
Day 06:Rudi Khola to Pasgaun (1636m, 4hours)
Day 07:Pasgaun to Bhujung (1960m, 5hours)
Day 08:Bhujung to Ghalegaun (2095m, 4hours)
Day 09:Ghalegaun to Baglungpani (1250m, 4hrs)
Day 10:Baglungpani to Besisahar (816m, 3hrs)
Day 11:By Bus: Besisahar to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel, farewell dinner
Day 12:Fly back home or as per your Itinerary
Day 01Arrival in kathmandu Upon arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, transfer to your hotel in Thamel. A short briefing will follow concerning the necessary formalities and your Annapurna Circuit trek itinerary. Depending upon your arrival time you may spend free time visiting nearby sanctuaries or resting.
Day 02Kathmandu to Bijayapur by bus. Trek to Kalikasthan (1150m, 2 hours) We leave Kathmandu early in the morning after a breakfast and drive till Bijayapur on the way to Pokhara along the highway of Prithivi Raj Marga. We will stop at Bijayapur of 6 hours driving from Kathmandu. One can do drive till Kalikasthan but we recommend you to do trekking of 2 hours walking from where you will observe the massif views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Mt. Annapurna I, Machhapurchre, Gangapurna, Mt. Manaslu, Ngadi Chuli, Himal Chuli and many more mountains with Begnas Lake view from the top while walking. From Bijayapur, we climb up to Kalikasthan. In the evening, enjoy nice views of Pokhara city and Begnas Lake.
Day 03Kalikasthan to Ghumti Bazar (630m, 4hours) From Kalikasthan, one can drive till Ghumti Bazar by local bus. But road are muddy with lot of dust and not pitched through tropical forest. About 30 minutes, you will walk in a gradual walk with the superbviews of Annapurna ranges, Manaslu ranges, Begnas Lake and many more landscapes. Then after, you will walk on the ridge of the hill with the superb views of mountains and landscapes and descend to Ghumti Bazar. On the way to Ghumti Bazar, you will explore different ethnic and communities group on the trail.
Day 04Ghumti Bazar to Pakhrikot (1305m, 4hours) After breakfast, you will cross the Swing Bridge over Madi River and head to Gahate of 30 minutes’ walk. Now, you need to climb up through the Tropical forest till Mijuri Dada of about 2 hours walking with zigzag trails. In the jungle, you can see different species of birds and other reptiles. From the Mijuri dada, the trail is gradual steep but not so difficult. From the top of Mijuri dada, you can see the superb view of Mt.Manaslu, Ngadi Chuli, Himalchuli and Boudha Himal. Overnight at Pakhrikot. Enjoy the sunset in the evening.
Day 05Pakhrikot to Rudi Khola (Bagicha) (780m, 4hours) Today, we will have little bit difficult day for the walking with descending and ascending. From Pakhrikot, the trails descend down till Pakhrikot Khola cross the swing bridge which takes about 30 minutes from the Pakhrikot through the terraced cultivated lands. From Pakhrikot Khola, one needs to climb up till Singdi Dada of 1 hour through the terraced cultivated lands, patches of forest and river valley. About 15 minutes gradual walk, we descend down till Rudi Khola of 1 hour. With gradual walk, we will stop at Bagicha for the tonight of about 15 minutes. You will no more mountain view today.
Day 06Rudi Khola to Pasgaun (1636m, 4hours) Today is the hard day for you. After the breakfast, we head to Pasgaun along the straight and leveled steep trail. In about 4 hours, you will be in Pasgaun a beautiful village of Lamjung District. This village has retained its traditional feel, evident in its architecture (e.g. slant-roofed houses), culture, and food. The visitor can observe the unique mount up of stones of various size and shape forming different metaphors. This area can be developed as stone park/garden. Enjoy sunset in the evening.
Day 07Pasgaun to Bhujung (1960m, 5hours) After breakfast, we will head to Khumeru Danda (2200m) of about 2 hours along the dense sub-tropical forest. From the Khumeru Dada, you can view the massif views of Mt. Manaslu, Ngagi Chuli, Himal Chuli,Boudha Himal and Bhujung Village. From the top, you need to descend down till Midim River of 2 hours walking. You can enjoy seeing the mini hydro power at the Midim Khola. From the Midim Khola, we need to climb up of about 30 minutes. Bhujung contains the largest Gurung population in the area, with over400 households that pride themselves on their rich cultural heritage. They have even generated their own electricity supply and are considered pioneers in conservation and development in the area.
Day 08Bhujung to Ghalegaun (2095m, 4hours) After breakfast, we move to Ghalegaun. We ascend up of gradual steep of 30 minutes. After that the trail is straight with the super views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II and top of Machhapurchre. On the way to Ghale gaun, you will see hills of 13 districts with Midim Khola view. Till Nayu, we do not have good views of Mountain. We will have good views of Mt. Manaslu, Ngadi Chuli, Himalchuli, Boudha Himal, Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal and enjoy sunset in the evening.
Day 09Ghalegaun to Baglungpani (1250m, 4hrs) Early in the morning, enjoy sunrise. After the breakfast, we descend down to Baglunpani; which provides best opportunity to see the best scene of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II and Manaslu Himal range from the lower elevation.
Day 10Baglungpani to Besisahar (816m, 3hrs) We descend down to Besisahar with the massive views of Lamjung Himal, Mt. Manaslu, Ngadi Chuli, Himalchuli and Boudha Himal. Overnight at Besisahar.
Day 11By Bus: Besisahar to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel, farewell dinner It's a hot, seven hour drive back to Kathmandu, so we'll try to head off early and stop for lunch en route back. It is a different world back in the Nepali hills, and the gentle light sends us on our way back to the bustle of Nepal's capital. And farewell dinner in finest Nepali Traditional Restaurant.