Solo ABC Trek

  • 10 Days
Price per personUS$799
We Offer Group Price
No. of peoplePrice P.P
1 - 1 US$ 799
27 September, 2022
$799 x 1 guests:
$799

Total
$799
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  • Trip Duration10 Days
  • Difficulty LevelEasy-Moderate
  • Best SeasonMarch- May & Sep- Nov
  • Max Altitude4130 m

Overview

Annapurna base camp trek is one of the world’s most visited treks, this trek has become a popular trekking destination due to its festinating culture and attractive scenery of the Himalayas where you will be part of some of the world’s highest mountains, during this moderate test of endurance, you will witness the raw power of our dramatic earth from the anywhere in this region.

After a scenic drive from Kathmandu a hustle and bustle city, you will get into Pokhara, Nepal’s most beautiful city in terms of views and cleanness.

The trek began the next day at Napayul after a short drive from Pokhara, at the begging phase of the hike, the trail you follow a steady ascent to 4130 meters and come face-to-face with Mt. Annapurna which is scaled 10th highest mountain in the world.

Annapurna Base Camp trek solo or independent is possible unless you dare to challenge it by yourself, at the same time there is a lot of risk on being a solo Annapurna base camp trek, but it is not an impossible task to do it as well, prepare well before you head on a journey if you are in by yourself.

When to visit ABC

The best times for trekking in Annapurna base camp or any other treks in Nepal are spring and fall. Spring - March until May, before the monsoon season begins. Fall begins in September and ends in December before winter starts, and it starts once the monsoon season ends at the begging of Sep,

The climate 

During the spring and fall, the days start out clear almost every day, and then clouds meet during the afternoon sometimes as the temperature cools but most of the time is passed with a clear blue sky.

In the phase of the fall season, there is always a chance of snow at high altitudes but spring has a very low chance of seeing fresh snow.

However, the temperatures are moderate during this period and vary from 12- 20° C) in the daytime and at night drop down to 5° C, it is extremely cold sometimes at the base camp but not always in the same climate,

The difficulty 

The Annapurna base camp trek is one of the high-altitude treks and it is an easy-moderate hike that has been acknowledged based on our experience, it is not as difficult level as the Everest base camp trek. 

This is an easy trek that can be easily done by any average fit person who is willing to take 5 to 6 hours of walking each day at a comfortable tempo with occasional breaks on the way.

Highlights

Trip Info

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is mandatory for trekkers in participating in any trek and tour programs in the mountains. Getting travel insurance, especially while traveling in the mountain areas is like security on which you can rely and enjoy your trip without any worries. We highly recommend getting good compressive travel insurance that covers things like emergency helicopter rescue, and medical evacuations expenses it will be assisted protection tour to cover personal injury, injury, repatriation expenses, and any kind of illness will be covered. Having good travel insurance will not only guarantee you peace of mind while you travel with us but also provide you with complete coverage for anything things that may go wrong.

Transportations on Trek

Alpine Ramble provides all the necessary transportation for your trip including free arrival and departure transportation services. On your arrival, you will be warmly welcomed by our airport representative with the traditional flowers then you will be reassigned to the respective Hotel. Similarly, we will also provide private vehicles for the city tour like Kathmandu valley sightseeing, Nagarkot Sunrise view tour, or any others in Nepal on request.

FAQs

You could use the credit card only in cities, areas of Nepal, in the mountains; the credit card is not acceptable in most places.

The Highest elevation of the Annapurna base camp trek is 4130 meters above sea level. 

Yes, We have a safe and sound place to store where you can easily store your luggage at our hotel or office.

Not at all, you’ll be provided 3 meals a day: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the trek in the mountains and it’s a good idea to carry some power bars, cereal bars or other high energy foods with you. Powder Gatorade is also recommended to fight dehydration.

Yes, The trekkers should have to have registered trekking permits, and TIMS (Trekker's Management Systems), they are all helped and provided by Alpine Ramble Treks- it's all included on our package program.

Eventually, almost every trekking region has tea House facilities in Nepal; during the treks in the mountains, we provide standard breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Your guide/ porter will help you with the menu selection and ensure that you get the best value meals possible. Although the food is usually plentiful and delicious, you should be aware that the menu is not normally extensive. Most teahouses offer a variety of rice and noodle dishes, as well as soup and seasonal vegetables. A variety of cereals, bread, and egg dishes are generally available for breakfast. There will also be plenty of snacks available such as biscuits, chocolate, and soft drinks and in some areas, you will find fresh fruit in season. You can buy packaged water (bottled mineral water) from a local lodge and shop en route or you can also ask your guide to fill your water bottle with boiled water and treat it with water purification pills

In city areas of Nepal like Kathmandu and Pokhara, your hotel accommodation will generally include an attached bathroom and have facilities such as air conditioning, reception, Restaurant, and dining services. The level of accommodation is generally Nepalese 3 star and is comfortable and clean. If you require an upgrade of accommodation in Kathmandu or Pokhara, there are many 4 stars and 5-star options at an extra cost. Please let us know if you like high categories hotel service like 5 stars then we will be glad to book for you.

Accommodation in the mountain, you will be staying in “Teahouses.” Accommodation is limited, particularly the higher you get, so your room may differ from a private single/double room to a bed in a dormitory. The accommodation is very basic and there will frequently be shared shower and toilet facilities with other trekkers sometime. Every teahouse has a common dining hall offering varieties of local and western kinds of meals including hot drinks like coffee and any kind of tea in the mountains.

You will need to carry a good-size of a daypack where you could put your personal belongings, water, camera, snacks, sunscreen, a hat, a fleece jacket, and gloves for higher altitudes. The porters will carry the bigger packs with your clothes etc. They will carry packs up to 15kg.

It depends on the nature of the sickness. Generally, if you become sick, you will descend to a lower high altitude with the help and support of the staff. If you are seriously ill, injured etc we will arrange an emergency helicopter evacuation service. Our guide will take immediate action according to the situation in the mountains. Please ensure you arrange travel insurance that covers you for an evacuation service and trekking at high altitudes.

Acute mountain sickness is an illness that can affect any mountain climbers, hikers, trekkers, or travelers at high altitudes, normally; it can be suffered above high of 9,000 feet. Acute mountain sickness is caused by reduced air pressure and lowers oxygen levels at high altitudes. If you feel dizzy, suffer palpitations or severe headaches, and return immediately to a lower altitude. Do not take altitude sickness lightly. It can be fatal! Please familiarize yourself with the symptoms of altitude sickness before your trek. Do not ignore even the mildest of altitude symptoms, inform your guide, porters, or hotel staff immediately. Generally, Our guides carry basic medicine and first aid equipment including simple painkillers, altitude sickness tablets, bandages, balm for muscle ache, and medication to treat diarrhea and vomiting.

Yes, a visa is required to enter Nepal except for SAARC and Chinese nationals. One can get a visa at the Royal Nepalese Embassy or consulate or at the airport upon arrival. Two copies of passport-sized photographs are required to get a visa.

 Yes, the  Laundry services are available in every place or camp except for Annapurna base camp and Himalayas! 

Yes. Any of your currency can be exchanged in Nepal at better rates. 

Yes, a hot shower is available and it will be prepared by the gas, it is called a gas shower or bucket shower. Normally, we wouldn't prefer to take showers above the 4000 meters height because of the cold situation.

Yes, almost every teahouse has Wi-Fi Facility at a little extra Cost during the trek in the Mountains.

Yes, we highly recommend that you buy travel insurance before you travel to Nepal; it’s easier and better to purchase travel insurance in your own country.

Yes, upon arrival at Tribhuvan International airport, you’ll be received and welcomed by our official representative then transfer to the hotel at Thamel, which is the most interesting tourist hub with many facilities in Nepal. Overnight at the hotel.

The Answer is absolutely safe even for the solo female traveler, who loves to explore Nepal through the reliable team with us; our Alpine Ramble team has been leading many successful solo female trips in Nepal Himalayas.

The best months for trekking in Nepal are in the months of September, October & November in the Autumn season and March, April & May in the Spring season.

Yes, you could choose to own your departure date according to your time and schedule If the published Group Departure dates are not suitable for your travel plan, we will help you to customize the trip Itinerary.