Trekking to the simple campsite of Annapurna is well known among Outdoor devotees from around the world. Going through the high slopes and ethnic towns of Gurung and Managi tenants, the trek absorbs both common and social miracles of the district. One can even select. to investigate Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) and watch the uncommon vegetation and faunas of the locale.
The socially and masterfully rich towns of Ghandruk (HQ of ACAP) and Chhomrung are One-stop goals. Weariness can incur significant damage as the trail goes through changing elevations, temperatures and landscapes. The day by day tasks of climbing 600-800 m high slopes here and there can turn out to be extreme. Elevation Sickness can happen over 3,000 m (9,845 ft), along these lines, taking Diamox in advance may keep the ailment.
You can trek Annapurna amid Pre-storm (March-June) and Post-rainstorm (September-November) seasons. Modest bunch of trekkers endeavor trekking the district amid winter also, in any case, a great climate, openness and convenience isn’t ensured. Numerous trekkers pick post-rainstorm season over whatever other as a result of good climate and straightforward entry.
~Costs and Permits~
The expenses for cabin and eating are foreordained by the Association of hotel (Tea-house) proprietors. For a general thought, the expenses here are specifically relative to the elevation. The higher the elevation, the more noteworthy the cost!
One must be enlisted in TIMS before beginning the trek. Charge for entering Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) is as per the following;
SAARC Nationals – Rs. 200 for every individual for each section (Approx. US $2 p.person)
Non-SAARC Nationals – Rs. 2,000 for every individual for each section (Approx. US $20 p.person)