Annapurna Base Camp Heli Trek

  • 9 Days
  • Annapurna Region , Nepal

Trip At Glance

Group Size: 01 - 14 pax
Max-Altitude: 4,130 m
Fitness Level: Adventurous
Destination: Nepal
Transport: Private Car/Bus
Arrival On: Kathmandu, Nepal
Cost: 1400

Overview And Highlights

Annapurna Base Camp Heli Trek is a sublime combination of both trekking and spectacular helicopter ride across the stunning landscapes of the Annapurna region. Annapurna Base Camp Trek flying out by helicopter is one of the fastest ways to reach the Base Camp of Annapurna and enjoy the peaks in all their glory. 

The Annapurna base camp heli trek is a cheap and spectacular trip around the Annapurna range. You can start your Annapurna base camp helicopter trek from Kathmandu or Pokhara. It is the best alternative if you have limited time or if you are a beginner and your body is not capable of a long walk. t is a desirable helicopter destination in the entire world. You will fly over many forests, villages, rivers, and agricultural terrains during this helicopter tour to Annapurna within a short period of time and at the most affordable price. Along with this, you can see the Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre, Himchuli, and Myriads mountains in an amazing panoramic vista. The Annapurna Base Camp Heli Trek is a sublime combination of both trekking and a spectacular helicopter ride across the stunning landscapes of the Annapurna region. Flying out by helicopter is one of the fastest ways to reach the Annapurna base camp and enjoy the peaks in all their glory.

The second-most well-known trekking route in Nepal is considered to be the one to Annapurna Base Camp. During the season, we may notice a lot of people travelling along this road. The Himalayan and mountain ranges are at their most stunning in the Annapurna region. The Annapurna base camp is so beautiful that tourists in Pokhara with little free time or on vacation would also like to see it. The trail leads to settlements with a strong traditional Tibetan Buddhist culture as well as bright rhododendron and Cyprus forests. Visit Ghorepani Village (2874m), which serves as the entrance and starting point for the famed Poon Hill viewing platform and its breathtaking panoramas of the Annapurna mountain range. The lakeside of Pokhara, where you can explore the Phewa lake and also glimpse the mountains, Mt. Machhapuchre and Mt. Annapurna in distance, Visit Ghorepani Village (2874m), which serves as the entrance and starting point for the famed Poon Hill viewing platform and its breath-taking panoramas of the Annapurna mountain range. You may take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding towering peaks while unwinding at one of the several guest homes in Tikhedhunga (1570m), where waterfalls cascade into narrow valleys.  

Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour from Kathmandu starts with sightseeing around Kathmandu valley. On our 09 days Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter trek, we get to admire the stunning views of Machhapuchhre (Mt. Fishtail), Annapurna I, and II and also get an opportunity to step on the foot of the world’s tenth highest peak. kathmandu to Pokhara helicopter price is included. This trip is a popular and luxury trek in Nepal, perfect for those who don’t have enough time to trek back from ABC or are not confident enough to trek back all the way to the road route or customize your itinerary to a helicopter ride from Pokhara to Annapurna base camp

Annapurna Base Camp at 4,130m is known for its enthralling natural beauty, beautiful valleys, dramatic glaciers, and towering peaks. This trek not only fulfills your dream of getting amidst icy peaks but also offers to get acquainted with local culture and traditions.

We will stay overnight at a local teahouse which allows us to get a firsthand experience of local people and their lifestyle. The hospitality of locals is so intriguing that it will last forever in your memory.

Flying out on a helicopter displays spectacular scenery without the huge annapurna base camp trek cost which cannot simply be experienced on a foot trail. We get so close to Annapurna, almost in touching distance. The assortments of peaks, glaciers, valleys and green vegetation seen from above are magical. changing Annapurna base camp helicopter price for different dates and times in normal during Helicopter trek. 

Annapurna base camp
The Annapurna base camp heli trek is a cheap and spectacular trip around the Annapurna range. You can start your Annapurna base camp helicopter trek from Kathmandu or Pokhara. It is the best alternative if you have limited time or if you are a beginner and your body is not capable of a long walk. It is the most desirable helicopter destination in the entire world. You will fly over many forests, villages, rivers, and agricultural terrains during this helicopter tour to Annapurna within a short period of time and at the most affordable price. Along with this, you can see the Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre, Himchuli, and Myriads mountains in an amazing panoramic vista. 

ABC is accessible via MBC (Machhapuchhre Base Camp). What a joyous instant! In one trip, visit two base caps. These roads, along with the Annapurna Circuit, are visited by more than two-thirds of all tourists in Nepal. It displays many beautiful blossoms in the spring (March to May), notably the rhododendron, which is Nepal's flag flower. You travel with orchids, views of the Annapurna and Manaslu massifs, and the Kali Gandaki, the deepest gorge in the world. You may occasionally see high-falling torrents. When visiting the historical and ethnic village of Ghandruk, you will also get to see people of different identities, mainly Gurung people. However, depending on the route you choose, you might not pass through Ghandruk. From Chomrung on, the route is largely similar, but you can choose to include or omit Ghorepani Poon Hill and Ghandruk. Poonhill offers views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges as well as several peaks, particularly around sunrise and sunset. 

You spend the majority of your travel time below 4,000m/13,123ft on your way to Annapurna Base Camp. Despite this, the terrain is difficult and has numerous steps (mostly in the first 2 days- more than 3380). Any intrepid traveller who is willing to make the necessary preparations and plans can complete this voyage. However, you must make the necessary preparations in order to fully appreciate and enjoy this enticing Himalayan venture! There are various plant types that you will encounter when hiking. As you go from Ghandruk to Chhomrong, you will see dense forests of fern, bamboo, oak, and rhododendron (mostly). The jungles become much denser when you pass Sinuwa and approach the Annapurna refuge. Here, the tall oak trees become apparent. The dense forests provide a route as you ascend higher towards Deurali.

You pass through several types of greenery on the journey. Rhododendron, fern, oaks, and bamboo surround you as you journey between Ghandruk and Chomrung. The forest gets dense as you cross Sinuwa and approach the Annapurna refuge. Here, the tall oak trees become apparent. The dense trees provide a path to the long grass as you ascend toward Deurali. The setting becomes Alpine as you go closer to Machapuchare's main office. Up until you get to your final destination, Annapurna Base Camp, you will occasionally see patches of grass amidst the boulders. The entire journey takes place within the 7,629 sq km Annapurna Conservation Area, which is also home to 102 different kinds of animals, 474 different bird species, 33 different types of reptiles, and 22 different amphibian species. 

There are two base camps for Annapurna: the northern and the southern. One of the most well-known trekking destinations in Nepal is the national park of the same name, where Annapurna South Base Camp is situated. More than 100,000 tourists from around the world visit the park annually! The majestic Annapurna mountain range, which comprises 1 eight-thousander and 13 seven-thousand, attracts tourists with its breathtaking landscape. The national park is also home to the deepest gorge in the world, numerous high mountain lakes, and incredible biodiversity (over 160 species of animals and almost 500 species of birds). The so-called "Annapurna Sanctuary" is one of the national park's most distinctive and stunning locations. The renowned Annapurna South Base Camp is located here! Only a tiny corridor between Machapuchare and Hinchuli provides access to it. Because of this, this location was only found by Europeans in 1956, following the first ascent of Everest. The southern base camp now consists of a few teahouses from which you may take in the amazing view of the neighbouring mountain range. Dawn is the best time to view the panorama since the sun's rays slowly drop down Annapurna's southern wall, illuminating it more and more with each passing minute.

The French expedition led by Maurice Herzog, who later accomplished the first-ever successful ascent of the eight-thousanders, used the Annapurna North Base Camp for the first time in 1950. The camp is situated in a region devoid of settlements, inns, or signposts on the mountain's northern flank. Its surroundings are equally as picturesque as those on the south side. Expeditions to Annapurna that follow the traditional route start near the base of the northern camp. 

Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp 
Pokhara (City of lakes)

Phewa lake

Rhododendrons forest 

Annapurna region and a glimpse of mountains including Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Fishtail, and so on. 

Annapurna conservation area

Nepali culture and traditions 

Annapurna base camp heli trek cost
The price of a helicopter tour to Annapurna Base Camp depends on the package chosen. There are two packages: one for the ABC Helicopter Tour in Pokhara and one for the ABC Helicopter Tour in Kathmandu. If a party of five people is available, an ABC Helicopter Tour from Kathmandu is also an option. Chartering a helicopter costs $4000 USD. If you prefer to travel privately to Annapurna Base Camp, we can organize your own tour. It costs $500 USD per person, based on sharing, from Pokhara. Additionally, a helicopter charter costs $2,500 USD. The price per person will be less if there are five of you.

Annapurna Base Camp Heli Trek Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport (1,300m/4,264ft)

Day 02: Kathmandu: Cultural tours to Buddhist and Hindu Shrines and preparation for the trek

Day 03: Flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara (827m/2,700ft) and trek to Ghandruk (1940m/6360ft) – 30 minutes flight, 5 – 6 hours trek

Day 04: Ghandruk – Chhomrong (2170m/7120ft) – 5 – 6 hours

Day 05: Chhomrong – Bamboo (2310m/7120ft) – 5 – 6 hours

Day 06: Bamboo – Deurali (3230m/10,595ft) – 3 – 4 hours

Day 07: Deurali – Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m/13,545ft) via Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3,700m/12,135ft) – 5 – 6 hours

Day08: Fly back to Kathmandu

Day09: Final departure

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Upon your arrival at Kathmandu (Tribhuvan International Airport), a representative from Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition will receive you and transfer to your hotel. In afternoon, trip discussion with the management and trek leaders. In the evening, enjoy welcome dinner hosted by Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition in typical Nepali restaurant with cultural shows.

Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu


Today, your trek leader will introduce you to the city tour expert who guides you to the most revered Hindu and Buddhist religious sites that are listed in the world heritage sites.

Here are the list of cultural and religious sites that you will be visiting during the city tour:

Pashupatinath (UNESCO World Heritage Site):

Pashupatinath is one of the most significant Hindu temple in the world. It is located along the back of sacred Bagmati River in the eastern part of Kathmandu city, close to Kathmandu airport. While the entrance to the main Pashupatinath temple is strictly forbidden to non-Hindus, there’s quite a bit to explore and discover around the rest of the area. Ritual activity are conducted on daily basis and one can observe the Hindu cremations on the bank of the river. You can discover mystic Sadhus to nearby temples and stupas. A vantage point located opposite to the temple, across the river offers the clear look of the main Pashupatinath temple.

Boudhanath (UNESCO World Heritage Site):

Located 7 km north of mid Kathmandu city, Boudhanath is one of the largest and oldest stupa in the world- dating back to 5th century. It is located on the ancient trade route to Tibet and Tibetan merchant rested here and offer prayers for centuries. When Tibetan refugee entered Nepal in 1950, many of then decided to live around Boudhanath. They established many Gompas and celebrate Tibetan tradition and since then “Little Tibet” of Nepal was born.

The stupa is surrounded by beautiful stupas that houses many Gompas and traditional shops selling singing bowls, thankas, prayer wheels and more. You can also find few cafes and guesthouses in the immediate area. Boudhanath was partially affected by earthquake in 2015 but the repartition was carried out throughout 2016.

Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) (UNESCO World Heritage Site):

Swayambhunath, revered Buddhist stupa, is located within walking distance (3km) west of Thamel in Kathmandu on a hillock. Swayambhunath is commonly known as “Monkey Temple” due to the large number of rhesus primates living there. Travelers need to climb 365 stone steps to reach the main Stupa complex (can be tiring and slippery if raining). This stupa is believed to date back to 5th century. The large dome shaped stupa, two big Buddha eye and surrounding small shrines and temples are the major attraction of the temple. This hilltop temple offers the 360 degree view of Kathmandu city. This significant heritage site holds immense cultural, religious, architectural and historical values for Nepalese people.After exploration, we gather to Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition to get better acquainted with our travel plans and fellow trekkers.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu


After breakfast, we take an early morning flight to Pokhara, the beautiful lake city and enjoy the great view of Himalayas from the right side of the plane. From Pokhara, We drive to Nayapul (1 hour and 20 minutes) drive to begin our trek. We trek to Ghandruk via Birethanti. It is beautiful settlement inhabited by Gurung community. If time permits, we explore the Gurung museum today.

Overnight at lodge in Ghandruk


After breakfast, we follow the trail that heads north, pass pasture and climb to a ridge. We then descend into a green valley and cross suspension bridge over the Kimrong Khola. After lunch, we climb out of the valley and ascend through the forested route of rhododendron and oak to reach Chhomrong.

Overnight at Lodge in Chhomrong


Today we climb down via 2500 stone steps and cross the bridge over Chhomrong Khola. Next we ascend through the cluster of rhododendron to reach Sinuwa. From Sinuwa, we walk across the beautiful forest of Kuldihar followed by an easy descend to Bamboo.

Overnight at Lodge in Bamboo


Today we walk through damp and cold forest of bamboo before ascending steadily with a few steep sections. After Himalayan hotel, the forest widens up and we can enjoy the sun and great views of glacier below. We make a steep climb through a much drier forest before reaching Hinku cave. Now the trail drops closer to the river and then climb gradually to the village of Deurali.

Overnight at lodge in Deurali


After breakfast, we start our journey with a gentle climb through a river bed and join a steep trail over to the mountain side. From Bagar, we hike through the strenuous path to Machhapuchhre Base Camp but the scenic view around worth it. From Machhapuchhre Base Camp, we get the close view of Machhapuchhre (fish tail peak), Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Gandharvachuli and Gangapurna. It is truly a rewarding experience. On the way to Annapurna Base Camp, the vegetation starts disappearing and the path open up as we enter the Annapurna sanctuary. From here we get the excellent view of the near-vertical south face of Annapurna soaring above us. Annapurna sanctuary offers grand 360 degree panorama. From the base camp, we get to admire the unforgettable views of the Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Hiunchuli and other peaks.

Overnight at lodge in Annapurna Base Camp


After breakfast, take a helicopter ride from Annapurna Base Camp to Kathmandu. Our airport representative will receive you from the airport and transfer you to the hotel. Take a full break to rest and refresh. In the evening, stroll around the bustling city, Thamel to buy souvenir. Also attend farewell dinner hosted by Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition in typical Nepali restaurant to celebrate the successful completion of the trip.

Your adventure holiday in Nepal comes to an end today. At an assigned time, our airport representative will drop you to Tirbhuvan International Airport. We are delighted to serve you by any means and may we meet again.

What Is Included ?

  • Airport pickup and drop facility in a private vehicle
  • Helicopter flight from ABC to Kathmandu
  • Teahouse accommodations and meals (breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinner
  • All the ground transportation as per itinerary in cozy vehicle
  • An experienced, English speaking and government licensed trekking guide and assistant guide (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide)
  • Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • All the trekking staffs salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation
  • Down Jacked and Sleeping Bag (to be returned after the completion of the trip)
  • ABC trekking route map
  • All the necessary trekking permits and paper works
  • All the governmental and local taxes
  • Medial kit (carried by your trek leader)

What Is Excluded?

  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • International Flight fare
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal nature expenses – Phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.)
  • Tips for guides, porters and drivers

Route Map

Altitude Graph


Weight restrictions apply to the helicopter tour of Annapurna Base Camp. Normally, there are 5 passengers per helicopter on this commercial flight excursion. At Annapurna base camp, the average weight per person is 100 kg. A helicopter can hold up to 500 kilograms in total. If your weight is difficult to manage, you will need to take an additional shuttle to Annapurna Base Camp.

Without a doubt, you can extend your stay in Annapurna Base Camp for a fee. Only a private trip or a flight where everyone on board is ready to pay an additional fee and stay an extra night can be done. If not, the helicopter must depart at the specified time and return to Pokhara or Kathmandu, depending on the pickup and drop-off locations.

Including 30 minutes of ground time, the Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tours from Pokhara will last approximately one hour and twenty minutes. The excursion from Kathmandu will also take about two hours total, including ground time.

Without a doubt, compared to all other possibilities, Annapurna Base Camp is unrestricted, trouble-free, and secure. With only one tragic accident documented to date, the Annapurna base camp Helicopter Tour is by far the safest excursion of all. Our fleets undergo a variety of maintenance procedures, and only seasoned pilots fly them.

A private helicopter journey to Annapurna Base Camp can be arranged, so yes. You won't be travelling on a private flight with other passengers if you charter one. On the day and time of your choosing, we will arrange your flight to Annapurna Base Camp.

At high altitudes, like Annapurna Base Camp, the weather can change quickly. However, our pilots make all flying decisions and have full access to the most recent information on the local meteorological conditions. A safe and lovely helicopter tour is guaranteed thanks to the employment of cutting-edge technology.

Some portions of the helicopter flight tour to Annapurna Base Camp are 4,200 meters or higher. You will be able to take in the beautiful vistas of the Himalayas and various landscapes from above. The views of the mountains are unrivaled.

No. If your health and willpower are strong enough, climbing Annapurna is not at all tough. Just be sure to start the voyage with all of your guts and avoid doing it under anyone's pressure. Prior to the trek, you should also think about controlling your food, beginning to jog in the morning, and doing some light exercise.

No. From Annapurna Base Camp, Mount Everest cannot be seen. Only the Annapurna mountains and Mount Machhapuchhre are visible from ABC.

Additional Information

The Annapurna base camp is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. During this trek not only you can glimpse the adorable view of mountains but also you can experience lush vegetation, Gurung village and culture, magnificent views of sunrise and sunset, and so on. 

Mountain view from Poon Hill
Amazing views may be had from the summit of Poon Hill. You may view several mountain ranges from the same location by taking this 1.5-hour side trip from Ghorepani to the mountain entryway. All the major characters, including Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, will be posing just for you to take in the expansive view. 

A gorgeous Gurung home awaits you in the Gurung village of Ghandruk, which is lovely and well-kept. Slate-roofed homes next to paddy fields and stunning mountain views in the distance give the village a distinct personality that is both regal and cozy. It's the ideal village to take a break, take in the clean air, and reenergize for the journey ahead.

Mount Annapurna 
Mount Annapurna, which is part of the Annapurna region, is a draw for many. With an elevation of 8091 meters, Mount Annapurna ranks as the tenth-highest mountain in the world. The best view of this mountain would be obtained by hiking to its base camp. The location would provide you with a stunning view of Annapurna mountain and other nearby mountains. All the difficulties you will encounter on this trek are definitely worth seeing Mount Annapurna up close. 

Sunrise and sunset
A viewer would be speechless in the presence of the magnificent sunrise and sunset. The Himalayas' major attraction is its golden reflection mountains. The mountains are bathed in stunning, glittering light at sunrise and dusk. The view would undoubtedly be worth the effort put in during this hike. The nicest views of the Himalayan range may be seen from the camp. This view would be invigorating after climbing a steep path, increasing excitement for continuing the adventure.

Rhododendron forest
Numerous flower species would warmly greet the trekkers as they made their way to Annapurna base camp. The two most common types of the many varieties of lovely flowers that may be seen here are rhododendron and orchids. Rhododendrons of many different species line the walkway, adding colour to your journey. Other than that, this region is home to a few uncommon flower species.

Apple pie
Along with colours and smells, you might encounter some native tastes on the way to your destination. There are a few tea houses in the region that are managed by the locals and that can provide you with food and tea. This region is known for its apples, so they also serve you some homemade apple pie. Apple pie made with local, fresh apples would give you some energy and satisfy your palate. 

Annapurna Mountain's neighbour is the mountain known as Machhapuchhre. It rises to a height of 6993m. Fishtail Mountain is a common name for the mountain because of its distinctive peak, which resembles the tail of a fish. In addition to providing views of mountain ranges and a glimpse into local culture, Machhapuchhre's base camp is a fantastic place to go hiking. The Machhapuchhre Base Camp is traversed by trekkers ascending to the Annapurna Base Camp. The advantage of having expertise with two base camps comes from the hike.

Natural hot springs
Annapurna Mountain's neighbour is the mountain known as Machhapuchhre. It rises to a height of 6993m. Fishtail Mountain is a common name for the mountain because of its distinctive peak, which resembles the tail of a fish. In addition to providing views of mountain ranges and a glimpse into local culture, Machhapuchhre's base camp is a fantastic place to go hiking. The Machhapuchhre Base Camp is traversed by trekkers ascending to the Annapurna Base Camp. The advantage of having expertise with two base camps comes from the hike. 

If you want to really experience Gurung culture, Chomrong, which is run by the Mother's group, is the place for you. The mother's group is in charge of establishing the rules here in this serene backwater, away from the scrutiny of bureaucrats. The youth are enlisted to clean up the community and raise funds for trail upkeep. They were also crucial to the creation of the Annapurna Conservation Area as well as its success. The hikers who stay in this community like to attend their evening cultural presentations and fundraisers.

Summer season (June- August) 

In Nepal, the rainiest time of year is the summer (monsoon) season. Temperatures are high and there are frequent heavy downpours at this time. By and large, steep districts are covered in mists and the lower hiking route of Annapurna area is messy. However, this does not indicate that you won't almost certainly witness the beauty of the Himalayas during this era. You have one great side that is during the rainstorm it won't rain each day or it won't generally rain on the day long. Along these lines, you should be geared up for essential rainfall and dress as if it were a necessity. On the off chance that you don't get irritated by a downpour, at that point you can go to Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

The upside of the trekking in storm season is precipitation holds the contaminants and residue down, and you will receive the nicest green scene sight. Even the World Heritage Site and various ancient Buddhist religious communities are visible. Additionally, you can enjoy a fantastic interaction with the locals and learn about their distinctive culture, traditions, and way of life. You can wear a lightweight hardshell downpour coat over your layers. This will likewise enable you to utilize the coat drop down down the trail where temperatures are higher. You can layer a hard shell over a thick winter coat while you're at higher elevations when it's colder. You will likewise experience with not many trekkers.

Autumn season ( September- November)

One of the greatest times to hike to Annapurna Base Camp is in the autumn (September, October, and November). In the autumn, the sky will be clear and visibility is excellent. There is little probability of rain because the weather is dry. Trek while the weather is favorable and take in the unimpeded views of the magnificent Himalayas.

While the days are pleasant and beautiful, the mornings and evenings are cool. The typical daily temperature in fall is between 16 and 22 degrees Celsius, or 54 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Additionally, the overnight temperature lowers to about 77 and 81 degrees Fahrenheit (or 25 to 27 degrees Celsius).

Numerous hikers go to the Annapurna Base Camp during the greatest season of the year. The trails will be congested, making it possibly impossible to travel in seclusion. However, if you enjoy socializing and exchanging stories with new people, you will have a wonderful day. You will encounter hikers from all over the world and from various backgrounds. Strangers are known to become lifelong friends during treks in Nepal.

Winter season ( December- February )

December, January, and February are the country of Nepal's winter season. Choose a winter hike to Annapurna Base Camp if the cold doesn't affect you too much. Winter trekking may be fun with the right equipment. Include warm sleeping bags, waterproof jackets, gloves, warm hats or caps, and other essentials in your luggage.

Winter days are mild, but during the coldest months, the temperature goes below freezing. Additionally, visibility is excellent, and you can take in the breathtaking mountain views even in the winter. While the mornings can be foggy, the day eventually clears up. Trekking is best done in the early winter or just before a major snowfall.

The trail might be covered in snow and heavy snowfall increases the chance of avalanches in later months of winter. Winter trek might be challenging before heavy snowfall. During daytime average temperature ranges between 9 to 12 degrees Celsius or 48 to 54 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature might drop as low as -10 degrees to -15 degrees Celsius or 14 degrees to 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Spring season ( March-May ) 

The vibrant spring season (March, April, and May) follows the chilly and depressing winter months and is one of the greatest periods to go to Annapurna Base Camp. Nepal's spring lasts from March to May. In the spring, the temperature is perfect for hiking—neither it's too hot nor too cold. In the spring, the daily average temperature ranges from 61 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit, or 16 to 22 degrees Celsius. During the night, the temperature may fall by up to 2 or 3 degrees Celsius or 27 or 28 degrees Fahrenheit.

In the spring, the sky is clear, allowing you to take in uninterrupted vistas of the stunning Himalayan ranges. There is a chance of rain in the spring, but it rarely lasts long. For a springtime climb to Annapurna Base Camp, it will be a good idea to have a lightweight raincoat. The haze may also obscure views of the mountains. Well, rhododendron bloom time has here, and the pathways will soon be carpeted in vibrant blossoms. Rhododendron and other wildflowers in shades of red, yellow, pink, and white make the trail particularly attractive.

There will be a lot of people because it is the greatest season to visit Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You will come into contact with people from many walks of life and from all over the world. You will love the trek if you enjoy mingling with others. However, it could be a little challenging if you're hoping to travel in alone.

Altitude sickness is a condition caused on by climbing to a high altitude and is characterized by nausea, tiredness, and hyperventilation. Acute Mountain Sickness, also known as AMS or altitude sickness, is by far the biggest danger to anyone trekking in Nepal on the higher (above about 3000m+) routes. Nearly everyone who hikes above 3000 meters will have relatively minor symptoms like headache, nausea, fatigue, and dizziness. It is not impossible to deal with altitude sickness if you follow the below prevention. 

slow speed

People striving to complete their adventure as quickly as possible are a big contributor to altitude sickness. When it comes to such journeys, people often disobey the rules and exaggerate their talents. Such a quick pace does not provide the body enough time or energy to adjust to the decreasing oxygen levels.

Take your time, is the piece of advice that every trekker, guide, and doctor would give you. Establish a leisurely rhythm, take appropriate breaks, and breathe normally. There is no rush because a porter or trekking guide will always stay behind to help you finish your excursion. Just keep in mind that reaching base camp and making it back safely are more vital objectives.

Stay hydrated

The body loses a lot of water and energy from the long hours of walking combined with the stresses of the high altitude. The body may be more sensitive to altitude sickness due to the weakening. It is advised that hikers consume up to 5 liters of water every day to keep their bodies functioning normally. Water comes both before and after food. The water then returns after that. You really need to increase your water consumption. When it's warm and you're perspiring, this is much simpler, but you still need to exercise restraint. Leave the alcohol till after the journey since you are walking and not going out to party. Alcohol induces AMS for reasons other than the fact that it causes dehydration.


Everyone, regardless of age, health, or physical condition, can get altitude sickness. Even the same person could experience the same walk in a different way. However, many trekkers claim to have less pain than those with no prior training or expertise. To familiarize yourself with trekking methods and give your body time to adjust to the thin air, it is a good idea to go around your neighbourhood's hills and mountains. Trek at high altitudes in your hometown (3000 m) to help your body get used to the thinner air at base camp, 5364 m. Walk a lot and attempt to gain some height if you can. Exercise for roughly 3 to 6 hours each week while carrying a 10kg backpack to represent a typical day in the Himalayas.

Travel Protection

Although it doesn't stop you from getting altitude sickness, it is crucial in case you require medical attention. Check to see if you are protected by your insurance company while traveling and at high altitudes. When you want to go to high-altitude locations, insurance carriers typically need you to upgrade.

Eat more food 

Consume as much food as you can. Even if you don't like what you see on your plate, never miss a meal in a teahouse. Your body is exerting a lot of effort, therefore it requires a lot of carbohydrates to go the extra distance and be able to endure higher altitudes. Put your diet on hold and purchase that extra candy bar. Trekking is a strenuous effort that easily results in daily calorie expenditures of over 4,000. Refill; your body will thank you.

Use pulse oximetry

The symptoms of altitude sickness can also be recognized with handheld pulse oximeters. It can be used to confirm the signs of altitude sickness even if the readings and results might not be precise because of changes in breathing patterns.

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There are numerous agencies to pick from, and they all tout themselves as the best. The ideal alternative for you is Nepal Horizon Treks, which offers itineraries tailored to your level of fitness. Our tours take a laid-back approach to the location and are flexible if you need to take a break or acclimate. ABC is not a race; rather, it is a lovely journey that you must take in order to successfully complete it. Ask our tour guides, porters, and other employees how they would respond to various emergencies. At a very low cost, we are offering all the safety and tour instructions.

A representative from Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition will meet you at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and transport you to your accommodation. The managers and trek leaders will discuss the trip in the afternoon. Enjoy a welcome dinner hosted by Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition in the evening at a traditional Nepali restaurant with cultural performances. Overnight in Kathmandu. On the next day early in the morning, we will explore the Hindu and Buddhist religious site which is listed in world heritage site including Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, and many more. 

Pokhara is only a short flight away from Kathmandu. You will also be welcomed by stunning vistas of numerous notable mountain peaks, including Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machhapuchhre, and the numerous mountain peaks of the Annapurna range, when you reach Pokhara. Pokhara is a renowned tourist destination in Nepal. Its fame is well-deserved because it is a stunning city situated next to the blue Phewa Lake. The lake is well-known for reflecting the Machhapuchhre Mountain's appearance on its surface.

Early in the morning, we pass a pasture and ascend to a crest. Then, after crossing a suspension bridge over the Kimrong Khola, we descend into a lush valley. We leave the valley after lunch and make our way to Chhomrong over a path covered in rhododendron and oak trees. 

After overnighting in bamboo, the route takes us through a chilly and damp bamboo forest before gradually climbing with some difficult sections. Following the Himalayan Hotel, the forest opens out, allowing us to take in the sun and magnificent views of the glacier below. In order to go to Hinku Cave, we must trek up a steep slope through a much drier forest. The path now descends to the river and then gradually ascends to the village of Deurali. In a lodge for the night in Deurali.

Early in the morning, we begin our trek after breakfast with a gradual ascent via a riverbed before joining a steep track that leads to the mountainside. We hike from Bagar to Machhapuchhre Base Camp via a difficult path, but the breathtaking scenery makes it worthwhile. We get a close-up view of Machhapuchhre (fishtail peak), Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Gandharvachuli, and Gangapurna from Machhapuchhre Base Camp. It is a very fulfilling experience. As we approach the Annapurna sanctuary, the foliage begins to diminish on the road to Annapurna Base Camp, and the trail begins to widen. From here, we get a fantastic view of Annapurna's nearly vertical south face towering above us. The Annapurna refuge offers a magnificent 360-degree view. 

Day 8 is the most anticipated day of the journey because you'll take one of the most incredible helicopter rides ever to return to Pokhara from the Annapurna base camp. Inspiring delight and excitement is the helicopter's aerial view of the mountain peaks. When you glance below, you can see how drastically the environment has changed from the snowy high alpine lands to the verdant hills, terrace farms, and woodlands. Wild goat herds are occasionally visible from above, moving in a group below. When viewed from above, the stunning scenery of the Annapurna region does not disappoint.

This is the last day of your trip. You will be met at the airport by our agent, who will then drive you to the hotel. Take a complete pause to unwind and recharge. Wander around Thamel, a lively city, in the evening to buy souvenirs. Additionally, go to the goodbye supper prepared by Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition in a typical Nepali eatery to commemorate the successful end of the journey.


Nepal Horizon Treks is among Nepal's most reputable trekking and tour agencies. Adventure trips and Trekking are two of our services. Local skills and people with tourism experience in Nepal operate the company. Because the safety of our clients is our priority, we are willing to be flexible with our activities to improve Nepal's tourist quality through Helicopter to Everest Base Camp.

We are a trekking and tour organization that specializes in helicopter trips to unique destinations around Nepal and beyond featuring Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Nepal Horizon Treks is dedicated to offering the most incredible helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp experience possible while always keeping our clients' safety and pleasure in mind. Our staff has flown to practically every site in Nepal since the company's inception, allowing them to manoeuvre to varied destinations without difficulty.

The vacation packages offered by Nepal Horizon Treks are excellent value for money. Our tours are all reasonably priced. We are providing organizations to serve with the best possible hospitality in required budget plans. Here we discussed some of the common and basic facilities that we provided to you 


  • Free pick and drop off from the airport to your hotel

  • Own hotel service with clean and hygienic food and facilities 

  • Easy booking and reservation online

  • 24-hour available for your concern 

  • Different social media Instagram, Viber, We chat, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter

  • Easy payment system through VISA, Mastercard, wire transfer and PayPal.   

  • Availability of Oximeter at the time of high altitude area

  • Medical kits in case of an emergency 

  • Provide sleeping bags and down jackets, if you don't have your own.

  • Duffle back

  • Nepal Horizon Trek T-shirts

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