Annapurna Base Camp Trek-13 Days

  • 13 Days
  • Annapurna Region , Nepal
  • 12 Reviews

Trip At Glance

Group Size: 2 – 12 People
Max-Altitude: 4,130 m
Fitness Level: Moderate
Destination: Nepal
Transport: Jeep/Plane
Arrival On: Kathmandu, Nepal

Overview And Highlights

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek (ABC) is known as one of the best treks in the Annapurna region. This 13-day trek gives amazing views of the Himalayas, including the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchare ranges. It also offers a great chance to experience the local culture of the Gurung and Magar communities, visit unique Nepali mountain villages, and meet the friendly local people.

This trek is perfect for travelers who have more than 10 days for their holiday, combining nature and cultural experiences. The 13-day guided trek starts in Kathmandu with a tour of the city's cultural heritage sites. Then, the journey continues to the beautiful city of Pokhara, reached by a drive along the Prithvi highway. In Pokhara, trekkers can enjoy their first distant view of the snowy Himalayas.

The trek officially begins from Nayapul, about a 1 hour and 30-minute taxi ride from Pokhara. Nayapul is both the starting and ending point of the trek. From there, the trail goes through terrace fields and large rhododendron forests, passing through villages like Tikhedunga, Ulleri, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chhomrong, and Himalaya, and finally reaching Annapurna Base Camp.

Annapurna, meaning "Goddess of Harvest" in Sanskrit, is one of the most respected goddesses in Nepal. The 50 km-long Annapurna massif is well-known for its religious and natural importance. The trek begins from Khimchi and follows a map to Ghandruk. From Ghandruk, the trail goes to Chhomrong, involving a long walk along the mountain before entering the forest and continuing up the other side of the valley. Along the way, you can see woodpeckers, babblers, and minivets, and hear the calls of many birds.

The walk from Chhomrong includes cobblestoned stairs and a suspension bridge across the Chhomrong Khola, with views of Annapurna South to the left and a roaring river down to the right. The trail then goes up to the crest of the mountain, where the forest line gradually disappears, and you may meet a few other trekking groups.

One of the most exciting parts of the trek is the 800m climb from Dovan to Deurali. The highlight starts as the trail approaches the Annapurna Sanctuary amphitheater, where the scenery becomes more impressive and the mountains come fully into view. The hike to Machhapuchhre Base Camp is followed by a few hours' climb on a grassy trail to Annapurna Base Camp at a height of 4130 meters. Here, trekkers are surrounded by huge ice-covered mountains on either side, with U-shaped glaciers below.

This trek offers not only mesmerizing natural beauty but also a rich cultural experience, making it an unforgettable journey for those who explore the heart of the Himalayas.

Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  • The first trekking route in the Nepal Himalayas, featuring a variety of landscapes.
  • Experience the culture and traditions of the Gurung, Magar, and Chhetri communities while trekking to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC).
  • Trek to Machhapuchhre and Annapurna Base Camps through Ghorepani Poon Hill, offering stunning views of the Annapurna (8,091m), Manaslu (8,156m), and Dhaulagiri (8,164m) mountain ranges, visiting two base camps along the way.
  • Relax in a natural hot spring at Jhinu Danda after the Base Camp trek to soothe your tired muscles.
  • One of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal.
  • See the world's largest Rhododendron forest in Ghorepani.
  • Visit the lively Poon Hill for the best sunrise views.

Benefits of trekking to Annapurna Base Camp Trek with Nepal Horizon Treks.

  1. Our team consists of highly experienced and certified guides who are passionate about sharing the beauty and culture of Nepal. Their extensive knowledge ensures a safe, enjoyable, and informative trek.

  2. Your safety and comfort are our top priorities. We provide high-quality equipment, carefully planned routes, and regular health checks to ensure a worry-free experience in the Himalayas.

  3. We offer seamless communication through multiple channels, including Email, WhatsApp, Facebook, WeChat, Viber, Skype, and Zoom. This ensures that you can easily reach us anytime, anywhere, making planning and coordinating your trek hassle-free and convenient.

  4. We offer customized trekking and tour packages tailored to your interests, fitness level, and schedule. Whether you're a seasoned trekker or a first-time traveler, we create an itinerary that suits your needs.

  5. With Nepal Horizon Treks, you'll not only see the stunning landscapes but also immerse yourself in the local culture. We arrange authentic experiences with the Gurung, Magar, and Chhetri communities, offering you a deeper connection with the region.

  6. We are dedicated to sustainable tourism. Our eco-friendly practices minimize environmental impact and support local communities, ensuring that the beauty of the Himalayas is preserved for future generations.

  7. From your first inquiry to the completion of your trek, our friendly and responsive team is here to assist you every step of the way. We strive to provide an exceptional customer experience that will make your journey memorable.

Best Season for Trekking in Annapurna Base Camp

Choosing the right season for your Annapurna Base Camp Trek can make a significant difference in your overall experience. At Nepal Horizon Treks, we want to ensure you have the most enjoyable and memorable adventure, and understanding the best times to trek is crucial.

Spring (March to May):

Spring is one of the most popular seasons for trekking to Annapurna Base Camp. During this time, the weather is mild, and the skies are usually clear, offering excellent views of the mountains. The trails come alive with blooming rhododendrons and a variety of other flowers, creating a colorful and vibrant atmosphere. This is also a great time to spot wildlife and enjoy the fresh, crisp air.

Autumn (September to November):

Autumn is another ideal season for trekking in the Annapurna region. After the monsoon rains, the skies are clear, and the air is fresh, providing the best visibility for the breathtaking mountain views. The temperatures are comfortable, making the trek more enjoyable. This season also coincides with major Nepalese festivals like Dashain and Tihar, allowing you to experience the rich cultural traditions of the local communities along the way.

Both these seasons offer unique advantages and ensure a more pleasant trekking experience with stable weather conditions and less likelihood of rain. Whether you choose the blossoming beauty of spring or the clear, crisp days of autumn, trekking with Nepal Horizon Treks during these times will provide you with unforgettable memories and the best that nature has to offer.

Places to Visit during the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Choosing the Annapurna Base Camp Trek with Nepal Horizon Treks offers not only beautiful mountain views but also several enchanting spots that enhance your trekking experience. Here are two must-visit places that will make your journey unforgettable:

Poon Hill Sunrise Viewpoint:

One of the highlights of the trek is the early morning hike to Poon Hill. This viewpoint offers an amazing view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges lit up by the sunrise. As the first light of day touches the peaks, you'll see a magical display of nature's beauty that is truly inspiring. It's a perfect spot for photography and a peaceful moment to appreciate the grandeur of the Himalayas.

Natural Hot Spring Bath at Jhinu Danda:

After days of trekking, there’s no better way to relax and rejuvenate than soaking in the natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda. The warm waters provide a soothing remedy for your tired muscles, offering a perfect blend of relaxation and natural beauty. Surrounded by lush greenery and the sounds of the river, this experience is a delightful reward and a unique way to connect with the natural wonders of Nepal.

At Nepal Horizon Treks, we ensure that your Annapurna Base Camp Trek is enriched with these unforgettable experiences.

Is the Annapurna Base Camp Trek Suitable for Me?

Absolutely! The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a fantastic adventure that caters to a wide range of trekkers, from beginners to seasoned hikers. Here at Nepal Horizon Treks, we ensure that this trek is an enjoyable and memorable experience for everyone. Here’s why it might be perfect for you:

For Adventure Seekers:

If you love exciting experiences and beautiful views, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek offers incredible scenery, including impressive mountains, lush forests, and vibrant rhododendron blooms. Each day brings new adventures and amazing landscapes.

For Culture Enthusiasts:

If you love immersing yourself in rich cultures, this trek is perfect for you. You'll visit charming Gurung and Magar villages, interact with local communities, and gain insight into their unique traditions and way of life.

For Nature Lovers:

The trek takes you through diverse landscapes, from terraced fields to dense forests, and up to the high alpine terrain. You’ll also have the chance to spot a variety of wildlife and enjoy natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda.

For Fitness Enthusiasts:

While the trek is challenging, it’s achievable with a moderate level of fitness. Our expert guides will support you every step of the way, ensuring you trek at a comfortable pace and enjoy the journey.

For Those Seeking Serenity:

Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and find peace in the calm beauty of the Himalayas. The tranquil environment and majestic peaks provide a perfect backdrop for relaxation and reflection.

At Nepal Horizon Treks, we are committed to making your trekking experience unforgettable. Whether you are a solo traveler, a couple, or a group, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is designed to cater to your needs and preferences, ensuring a rewarding adventure that you'll cherish forever. Join us today and discover why this trek is perfect for you!

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Distance

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek offers a journey through some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in Nepal. The total distance of the trek is approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles), spread over 13 days. This moderate trekking distance is designed to provide a balanced mix of adventure, cultural immersion, and natural beauty.

Throughout the trek, you’ll walk for 5-7 hours each day, covering various terrains from terraced fields and dense rhododendron forests to high alpine meadows and rugged mountain paths. The daily distances are carefully planned to ensure you have enough time to enjoy the amazing scenery, rest, and adjust to the altitude.

Starting from Nayapul, the trail leads you through charming villages like Tikhedhunga, Ghorepani, and Chhomrong, each offering unique cultural experiences and incredible views of the surrounding mountains. The journey to Annapurna Base Camp takes you deeper into the heart of the Himalayas, with every step bringing you closer to the awe-inspiring peaks of Annapurna and Machhapuchhre.

At Nepal Horizon Treks, we make sure your trekking experience is both enjoyable and memorable. Our experienced guides will support you every step of the way, ensuring a comfortable pace that suits your fitness level. Join us to explore the incredible Annapurna region and create lifelong memories on this unforgettable trek.

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Our airport representative will warmly welcome you upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. Look for the Nepal Horizon Treks signboard right in front of the airport terminal. You will then be transferred to your hotel by a private vehicle. After checking in and refreshing yourself at the hotel, you can enjoy a leisurely walk around the vibrant tourist hub of Thamel. Experience local meals, immerse yourself in Nepalese culture, explore traditions, costumes, and visit nearby temples during your free evening. Your overnight stay will be at the hotel, and breakfast is included (B/B).

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1300

On the second day of your Nepal trip, we will introduce you to the beautiful temples and monasteries in the Kathmandu Valley. Breakfast is served around 8 am, and after that, we will begin a guided sightseeing tour around the valley.

Today's tour includes:

•    Swoyambhunath (Monkey Temple): The oldest monument in the Kathmandu Valley, featuring impressive architecture.
•    Kathmandu Durbar Square: Home to the temple of the Living Goddess (Kumari) and other medieval Hindu architectural wonders.
•    Pashupatinath: One of the largest Hindu temples in Nepal, where you can witness Hindu death rites along the banks of a holy river.
•    Boudhanath: A massive Buddhist shrine, considered the largest stupa in the world.

We will take you on a cultural sightseeing tour around Kathmandu Valley to explore these significant sites.

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400

Early in the morning, our trekking staff will pick you up from your hotel at 6:30 am and escort you to the tourist bus station, just a 4-7 minute walk away. We will depart for Pokhara, a beautiful valley set on the banks of Phewa Lake, by tourist bus at 7 am sharp. The drive to Pokhara takes approximately 6-7 hours, during which we will stop for breakfast and lunch.

Upon arrival in Pokhara, you can enjoy magnificent views of the Annapurna and Machapuchare (Fishtail) mountains in the north, along with many other Himalayan ranges. In the evening, you can stroll around the lakeside and take in the serene atmosphere. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a hotel in the Lakeside area.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
822

After breakfast at our hotel, we will take a short drive to Nayapul, about an hour away by taxi or car. Nayapul is the starting point of our trek. From here, we will trek towards Tikhedunga (1477m) via Hille (1065m), which takes around 4 hours.

The walk from Nayapul is easy, with flat terrain and a gentle ascent. Along the way, you’ll enjoy green valleys, beautiful waterfalls, and picturesque landscapes. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
1510

Today we start our hike after a good breakfast at our hotel. The first part of the hike involves a steep ascent for about 1.5 hours to Ulleri and Bhanthati (2370m). At Bhanthati, we will take a short break for lunch before continuing for another 2 hours to our camp at Ghorepani. Ghorepani is known for its beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Poon Hill, at an elevation of 2800m, offers amazing scenery and glorious views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges in the evening. Tonight's accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
2850

Early in the morning, around 4 am, we wake up to catch the sunrise over the Himalayas from Poon Hill (3210m), one of the best viewpoints in the Annapurna region. The hike to Poon Hill takes about 40 minutes. From the top, you'll enjoy incredible views of the entire Annapurna range and other mountains, including Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Tukuche Peak (6920m), Nilgiri (6940m), Varaha Shikhar (7847m), Mt. Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna III (7855m), Machhapuchhare (6993m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Annapurna II (7937m), and Lamjung Himal (6931m). The view is enhanced by blooming rhododendron trees. After taking in the view, we return to the hotel for a quick breakfast before starting our hike to Tadapani, which takes about 4 hours.

From Ghorepani, the first part of the trek involves an hour-long ascent to Gurung Hill, followed by a descent through lush forests of rhododendron and bamboo, with some uphill sections, to Tadapani. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
260

After breakfast, our day begins with a steep downhill trek through rhododendron forests, offering great views on clear days. After about 2 hours of descending through the lush forest to Riverside, we cross a suspension bridge to reach Goljung and Chhomrong villages. We will stop for lunch at Goljung.

From Goljung, we start climbing for about an hour, after which the trail levels out, providing beautiful views of Annapurna South and Fishtail. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
2170

After breakfast at Chhomrong, we start with a downhill walk to a river, cross a short bridge, and then climb up to reach Sinuwa at 2,360m, a quiet spot with a few shops and lodges. From Sinuwa, we walk through a cool forested area filled with oak, rhododendron, and pine trees, followed by a short steep descent to Bamboo. Along the way, we will take a break for lunch and snacks before continuing to our camp at Himalaya.

Himalaya is a small settlement with several lodges, surrounded by bamboo groves along the Modi River and nestled within a gorge. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
2820

After breakfast at the lodge, we start our trek as the valley widens and becomes less steep. The trail leads us to the gates of the sanctuary, crossing two avalanche tracks on a narrow path against the cliffs. Shortly after, we reach Bagar (3310m), a green meadow with some abandoned hotels.

We follow the left side of the valley on a gently ascending trail until we arrive at Machhapuchare Base Camp (3820m), where we can enjoy some of the best views of the trek. Here, we take in the sights of Mount Hiunchuli (6441m), Annapurna South (7229m), Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna III (7555m), Gangapurna (7454m), and Machhapuchhare (Fishtail, 6997m).

The path then continues through alpine meadows and gently ascends as we approach Annapurna Base Camp (4170m). Congratulations! You have now reached Annapurna Base Camp, the highlight of our journey.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
4130

In the morning, we take a short walk to enjoy the sunrise over the towering mountains of Machhapuchare and Annapurna. After experiencing this beautiful view, we have breakfast and begin our descent from Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo Village. Today's trek is downhill, following the same path through the beautiful alpine valley and forest. This descent is less complicated and difficult, with the amazing landscape keeping our spirits high. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2815

Today, we follow the same path until we reach Chomrong village. From there, the path descends steeply for about an hour to Jhinu Danda, a Gurung village in the Annapurna region known for its natural hot springs. Here, we can enjoy a relaxing soak in the hot springs. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a trekking lodge, with meals included (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Food
BL
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1420

Begin your day with tea and breakfast before going on a comfortable drive back to Kathmandu via tourist bus, lasting approximately 6 hours. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel in Kathmandu. Take some time to rest, do some shopping, and enjoy a farewell dinner at a typical Nepalese restaurant. Spend the night at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Please note that the trekking hours mentioned above are approximate and provided for general reference only. Namaste!

Thank you for choosing us for your holiday trip to Nepal. We are committed to ensuring your comfort and enjoyment throughout your journey. Wishing you all the best and may your adventurous spirit continue to thrive!

Food
BD
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1350

On the final day, you will be dropped off by our airport representative from your hotel as per your international flight schedules

As your journey with us comes to a close, we extend our sincere gratitude for choosing us to share in your unforgettable experience. Your trust and support mean the world to us. As you journey back home, may you carry with you the warmth of Nepalese hospitality and the spirit of adventure. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your adventure, and we hope to welcome you back someday. Until then, safe travels and may your future endeavors be filled with happiness and success. Namaste!

Food
Breakfast
Elevation
1400

What Is Included ?

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • 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

FAQs

No Annapurna is an easy trek you don't need any mountaineering skills for Annapurna base camp trekking. It is suitable for all ages people even if you are a beginner then you will easily complete this trek. Before trekking to ABC prepare yourself with some physical exercise which increases your stamina and controls your breathing.

In Nepal, credit cards are generally accepted only in urban areas. However, in mountainous regions, they may not be widely accepted.

Yes, you need Trekker Information Management System (TIMS) card that cost NRP 2000 per person and Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) cost NRP 3000 per person for Annapurna Base Camp Trekking. Your guide will arrange all the permits before starting your trekking. So make sure you are carrying your passport size photos and the photocopy of your passport.

Yes, children can trek to Annapurna Base Camp Trek. It is an easy and short trek compared to other treks so there is no age restriction. All aged people are welcome to take part in the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. 

Yes, there is a Nepal Horizon Treks representative to welcome you to the Tribhuvan International Airport. They will there at the Aiport with your name card and will drive you to your hotel. 

Yes, you can cancel your trip anytime and get your full refund. But there are some terms and conditions which you can know through Gmail or any other social media sites which you feel comfortable with you.

Yes, Nepal is the best tourist destination and the most favourable and demanding place for trekking. You can easily buy hiking equipment in the Thamel market which is full of high-quality hiking equipment. Moreover, the salesman also instructed you on the additional equipment that can make your trek more easier and comfortable. 

No, you do not need Annapurna Base Camp Trekking. But if you want a detailed and descriptive trek experience then it would be better if you hire a guide. The guide will describe to you everything about the place in detail and also help you to communicate with local people during your trek.

Yes, you can easily find free wifi on lodges and on hotels. Additionally, you can also buy Ncell or Namaste sim card and use data. However, the speed of the network depends on the weather conditions. Moreover, it would be better if you carry a power bank or solar charger with you to charge your phone.

The trek duration of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek depends on your ability and flexibility. If you are flexible and walk fastly then you can complete your trek earlier. However, the duration of this trek also depends on the itinerary and routes. Generally, it takes 9-13 days to complete the Annapurna Base Camp Trek.  

Annapurna Base Camp trek reaches its highest point at an altitude of 4130 meters above sea level.
 

A good level of physical fitness is necessary for the Annapurna trek, as it entails several days of continuous hiking. Depending on your itinerary, the trek can last from 7 to 14 days. Each day typically involves 5 to 6 hours of walking. It's important to be in good physical health, with no heart-related concerns, to ensure a pleasant and successful trekking experience.

No need to worry about meals as you will be provided with three meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek in the mountains. However, it's recommended to carry some high-energy snacks such as power bars or cereal bars with you. Additionally, bringing along powder Gatorade is advised to combat dehydration.

Certainly! Trekkers must obtain registered trekking permits and TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management Systems), which are all facilitated and provided by Nepal Horizon Treks as part of our package program.

Additional Information

Trekking to the world's 9th highest mountain is truly an adventure of a lifetime. On the 13-day Annapurna Sanctuary trek, you'll find a convenient and diverse selection of food items available at the tea houses. These meals, prepared by the local community of the Annapurna conservation area, are both common and hygienic, ensuring you stay well-nourished throughout your journey.

Common Breakfast Options:

  • Tibetan Breads (fried bread, also called Gurung bread in the Annapurna area)
  • Chapati with Cheese (local wheat bread)
  • Oatmeal
  • French toast with jam, honey, and peanut butter
  • Corn Flakes
  • Hashed brown, fried, scrambled, and boiled eggs
  • Pancakes
  • Porridge with milk
  • Muesli
  • Vegetable items
  • Various hot drinks (except espresso and Americano)

Common Lunch Options:

  • Different varieties of Thukpa (noodle soup)
  • Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal)
  • Momos (dumplings)
  • Tibetan/Chapati bread
  • Macaroni
  • Spaghetti
  • Sherpa Stew
  • Various soups
  • Steaks
  • Potato dishes
  • Sandwiches
  • Pizza
  • Rice with curry
  • Spring rolls
  • Burgers
  • Yak steak
  • Desserts

Common Dinner Options:

  • Momos (dumplings)
  • Different varieties of Thukpa (noodle soup)
  • Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal)
  • Tibetan/Chapati bread
  • Macaroni
  • Spaghetti
  • Sherpa Stew
  • Various soups
  • Steaks
  • Potato dishes
  • Sandwiches
  • Pizza
  • Rice with curry
  • Spring rolls
  • Ramen soups
  • Burgers
  • Yak steak
  • Desserts

Hot and cold drinks

The meals provided in the tea houses are fresh, healthy, and prepared hygienically to cater to mountain trekkers.

At the tea houses, you'll find many non-vegetarian items on the menu. However, we don't recommend consuming meat in high-altitude areas due to concerns about sanitation and health. We strongly advise avoiding meat, alcoholic drinks, and smoking during your trek.

Dessert and Snack Options: Rice pudding, apple pie, fresh fruits, Snickers/Mars bars, popcorn, cakes, and pastries.

Hot Drink Options: A variety of hot drinks such as black or milk coffee, black tea, mint tea, ginger tea, green tea, lemon honey tea, hot chocolate, and hot fruit juices like mango, orange, and pineapple.

The Annapurna Conservation Area contains the majority of trekking routes in the Annapurna region, including Annapurna Base Camp. In order to conserve the ecosystem and improve hiker safety, the Nepalese government felt it was vital to safeguard nature and create a better trail system. Therefore, you must obtain the Annapurna circuit trekking permit and TIMS permit for the Annapurna conservation region, before beginning your trek.

Annapurna Conservation Area permit
ACAP, also known as ANCAP, is an entry permit specifically created for the Annapurna Area and stands for Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit. The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), which was started in 1986 and covers an area of 7629 square kilometres, is overseen by the Nepal Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC). Hence, the protected area must be entered as part of the Annapurna Circuit Trek, hence trekkers must obtain an ACAP permit.

Cost of ACAP permit 
The cost of the ACAP permit depends on your nationality. The cost of the permit is the same whether you stay in ACA for 5 days, 10 days, or more. 

The charge information is as follows:

For SAARC nationals, the price is NPR 200 per person (around USD 2).

For foreigners who are not SAARC nationals, the cost is NPR 3,000 per person (about USD $30).

Children under the age of 10 do not need an ACAP permit. Therefore, they are free to use.

Why is ACAP important? 
A protected area containing a variety of wildlife, ACA. The protected area, according to the NTNC, is home to 1,226 species of flowering plants, 105 species of animals, 518 species of birds, 23 species of amphibians, and 40 species of reptiles. Due to security concerns, it is not possible to allow anyone to access a protected area arbitrarily. The National Park and Wildlife Conservation Act intends for

Since 1973, NTNC has supervised traveller admission into this area by authorizing it. One of the main activities involved in the circuit trip is entering the protected area to take in its richness. As a result, obtaining an ACAP permit is now required for the Annapurna Circuit Trek. A protected environment with such diversity needs management, and NTNC provides it.

Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS)
Every foreigner walking in Nepal on popular trails, such as the Annapurna Circuit Trek, is required to have a Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) permit. The acquisition of a TIMS permit is not necessary for all trekking routes, though. Additionally, trekking in restricted zones like Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo is not permitted by TIMS permits. For trekking in locations that are considered to be in the restricted zone, a special trekking permit must be obtained from the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu. Only TIMS permits will be accepted for the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and the Nepal Trekking Agencies Association jointly issued the permit (TAAN).

Cost of TIMS permit
TIMS permit costs vary depending on whether you are walking alone or with a group and whether you are a citizen of SAARC or not. Additionally, the cost of the TIMS permit is unrelated to how long your expedition will last. The cost of a TIMS permit is:

NPR 1,000 per person (about $10) for treks that are arranged through a company. In this instance, the issued permission is blue in color.

For independent trekkers, NPR 2,000 per person (about USD $20) is required (going without a guide or a porter). In this instance, the issued permit is green.

For SAARC nationals trekking with a company, the cost is NPR 300 per person (about $3).

For SAARC nationals trekking independently, the cost is NPR 600 per person (about $6).

Why is the TIMS permit important?
You need a TIMS permit for your own safety. The TIMS permit makes it easier for you and the stakeholders to monitor your travels.

At each checkpoint along the walking trail, after you provide your TIMS permission, you will be added to the system. If you get into an accident or go missing on the path, this can be very helpful for you.

A rescue operation is launched if you fail to check in at a particular checkpoint after an estimated amount of time has passed since the last check-in because it is seen as a sign of an accident or loss of track.

As a result, it's crucial for you to check in at each checkpoint, and your TIMS permit serves as proof of that check-in.

How to get ACAP and TIMS permits? 
For each of these two permissions, you must complete out a separate application form. You must provide two copies of your most current passport—one for the TIMS permission and one for the ACAP permit—along with your application.

Two copies of passport size pictures each for ACAP permit and TIMS permit are also required. The permits' fees must be paid in Nepali rupees (NPR).

You can access TIMS and ACAP on

Exhibition Road, Bhrikuti Mandap, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Kathmandu

Dam Side, Pokhara-based Nepal Tourism Board (NTB)

You can also get ACAP entry permit in Besisahar, Lamjung which is 79 km away form Pokhara. Moreover, you can get TIMS from TAAN Lakeside office in Santi Patan, Pokhara.  

  • Several pairs of thermal tops
  • Fleece jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof windbreaker jacket
  • Down jacket (provided by the company if you don't have one)
  • Comfortable fleece or wool trousers
  • At least 2 pairs of trekking pants
  • Mittens or woolen gloves
  • Warm hiking socks
  • Trekking shoes with extra laces
  • Pair of flip flops
  • Underwear and swimwear
  • Cotton hiking trousers and t-shirts
  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Sunglasses
  • Sleeping bag (provided by the company if you don't have one)
  • Trekking poles (optional)
  • Daypack (40 liters or more)
  • Headlamp
  • Small lock for the daypack
  • Reusable water bottles (2 liters)
  • Water purification tablets or filter
  • Washcloth
  • Toiletries (wet wipes, quick-drying towel, toilet paper, moisturizers, lip balm, sunscreen, sanitary pads, hand sanitizer, nail clippers, small mirror, toothpaste and toothbrush, etc.)
  • Rain poncho
  • Basic personal first aid kit

After Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp is located at a height of 4130 meters, and this trek path is one of the most well-known and picturesque trekking routes in Nepal. Both experienced and novice trekkers enjoy this trek equally.

The Annapurna Base Camp trek is not regarded as being a challenging trek because it is quite adventurous and requires slow, steady walking. Therefore, this journey is regarded as moderate.

Trek difficulties determine the trekking grades. The Annapurna Base camp Trek takes you to an elevation of up to 4,130m/13,549ft. Annapurna Base Camp trekking is a moderate trek even though it has various obstacles. This trek is not too strenuous. It has some sort of difficulties like steep and rugged trekking trails, walking over the stone stairs, continuous walking of 5 to 6 hours per day and so on.  However, this trek is easily achievable if you have patience, confidence, and are physically fit. So before starting your trekking you should know the Annapurna base Camp difficulties and prevention to Annapurna base camp trekking. 

Distance 
The distance to Annapurna Base Camp is one of the main determinants of its difficulty. You will be walking 10 to 20 kilometres per day on this 115 km-long hike. In comparison to other long-distance treks like the Manaslu Circuit Walk, the Annapurna Circuit Trek, the Kanchenjunga Trek, and many others, the distance covered by this trek is rather modest. An unskilled trekker may take longer to complete the daily walking distance than an experienced trekker. Therefore, the short Annapurna Base Camp Trek is perhaps the ideal for novices. It would be better if you choose 12-14 days Annapurna Base Camp itinerary if you are a beginner for mountain climbing. 

The Annapurna Base Camp trail is a simpler trekking route, allowing us to take in the stunning Himalayan flora and wildlife, but the rocky mountain terrains are more arduous and demanding than the hilly trails. This trek's mountain trail is rough and occasionally steep. The trail for this walking is covered in snow during the winter months when the temperature is below zero degrees Celsius. Adventure hiking is fairly demanding and challenging, but during certain seasons, there is also a lot of traffic on the trekking trails.

Duration 
Normally, it takes 11 to 14 days to complete the trek to Annapurna Base Camp, but if you're pressed for time, you can finish it in 8 to 9 days. You must walk for 5 to 6 hours per day on average. If you're not used to walking or hiking, it may even take you 7 to 8 hours to reach your target for the day. You can experience anxiety and other issues as a result of this. The route for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is determined by the packages created by several trekking companies in Nepal. However, our team at Nepal Horizon Treks will customize the tour itinerary in accordance with your schedule and interests.

Trekkers must improve their stamina and daily walking capacity to get through the Annapurna Base Camp challenge related to duration. They ought to try long-distance walking, hike, and engage in physical activity by climbing and descending hills and valleys. You will become more accustomed to walking and have a more comfortable vacation as a result of all these preparations.

Altitude sickness 
There is always a chance of altitude sickness while hiking in a high-altitude area. The majority of the Annapurna Base Camp itinerary starts in Kathmandu, which is located at an elevation of 1300 meters (4,265 feet), and finishes up ascending as high as 4130 meters (13,549 feet) in just a few days. Higher elevations have fewer oxygen levels, making it difficult for your body to adapt to a new environment. When you cross 3,000m/9,842ft, you could start to feel uneasy from the height change and unfamiliar surroundings. 

High altitude might cause major issues like dizziness, nausea, headache, vomiting, tiredness, shortness of breath, etc. Such issues will undoubtedly make your trip as a whole rather challenging. Ignoring altitude sickness symptoms will make things worse. Therefore, it is recommended to travel back to a lower altitude area anytime you start to experience any of these symptoms. Additionally, we advise you to take a drug like Diamox, which aids in preventing altitude sickness. Keep oneself hydrated, abstain from smoking and drinking, eat a healthy diet, and acclimate to reduce the likelihood of experiencing the negative effects of altitude sickness.

At least a month before you plan to go on your real expedition, go hiking for a few hours every day. This will enable your body to maintain equilibrium with the surroundings as you steadily gain altitude while hiking uphill. Maintaining your diet and eating warm soup are additional effective ways to reduce the risk of altitude sickness.

At such a high altitude, alcohol use is not advised. Although there are some medications available to avoid altitude sickness, it is advised that you rest and take preventative measures rather than using medications.

Weather and temperature 
Since the weather in the mountain region is unpredictable, weather and temperature are the two main factors that might seriously complicate a hiking path. The weather, environment, season, and altitude condition all play a role in how quickly the temperature can vary.

The best time of year to hike to Annapurna Base Camp is in the autumn because of the favourable weather and quiet mountain conditions during this time of year. Following autumn, spring is the best time of year to go trekking in the Annapurna region because the days are so lovely and charming, we can experience the lush and lovely Himalayan flora and fauna, stroll through the green terraced fields, and take in the breathtaking and moving views of the snow-capped mountain peaks.

The weather at Annapurna Base Camp undergoes abrupt fluctuations throughout the winter months of December, January, and February when the temperature varies from 9.3°C (48.74°F) to -20°C (-4°F). While trekking, the cold gets intolerable and is challenging. Higher altitude regions still have the majority of their teahouses closed. Similar to this, throughout the summer/monsoon months of June, July, and August, temperatures range from 19°C (66.2°F) to 4°C (39.2°F), causing a strong sun haze and copious amounts of precipitation. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is extremely hazardous and difficult during the winter. In this season, there is a chance for significant snowfall, and the daytime low can drop to minus 17 degrees centigrade and the nighttime high can be below zero.

Himalayan cough 
As one travels higher in altitude, the presence of a persistent dry cough in an individual is known as Himalayan Cough. The dry cough mirrors the ascent of the height, rising with it. It assumes a furious shape, occasionally causes a severe dry state, and frequently causes considerable discomfort in the inner neck area. It is one of the most prevalent problems at higher elevations. Furious, protracted coughing that can even tear the chest muscle can be the most severe symptom of the Himalayan cough. If you exert all of your effort, it's incredibly effective.

Type of trekkers
 The Annapurna Base Camp trekking trials won't be too challenging for professional and seasoned hikers and trekkers. Anyone who has the stamina to walk on difficult terrain for 5 to 6 hours each day at high altitudes can do this trek in great comfort and without difficulty. This journey will be different for those who have never hiked or trekked in the mountainous area, and it will take longer to complete than the ordinary trekker does. It is advised that you develop the habit of waking up hills and downhills for a few hours each day to prevent the challenges of this walk, as was previously described. Your walking strength will increase as a result.

It will be very challenging for you to walk on the rough and steep routes. Hiring a porter would be a great idea if you wanted to take in the scenery and have a relaxing stroll. During an adventure hike, porters assist you in carrying your belongings because it is not a good idea to carry large loads uphill and through mountainous terrain at high altitude, where the oxygen concentration is lower than at sea level.

Hiring a porter and seasoned Himalayan hikers who are proficient in the language would enable you to enjoy the trip and have a more comfortable day while covering the 115 km of trails.

Lack of training 
One of Nepal's most renowned, dependable, and traditional treks is to Annapurna Base Camp since the path is not challenging or steep. The trail that goes to the base camp of the majestic, snow-capped peak that is the 10th highest in the world might be difficult for inexperienced mountain hikers. Therefore, if this is your first time hiking in a mountainous area, you must make the greatest preparation possible.

Before embarking on their adventure to the Annapurna region, trekkers should begin their 6-week training program to ensure that their bodies are healthy, physically active, and in good condition. Nearly 5–6 hours per day of walking is recommended.

If you haven't had any prior preparation, you may have a difficult time catching up to your group and may even have to abandon the adventure trek owing to a lack of stamina and endurance.

Trekking downhill is simpler than climbing uphill. Even a brief period of walking at a higher altitude or uphill will make you feel exhausted. As there is much less oxygen up in the mountains at high altitudes, descending towards the lower region is easier than rising uphill to the higher height.

Budget 
Trekking in Nepal is affordable due to the lower cost of living there than in other places. However, in the upper regions, budget management could be a little pricey. People in the high region only use porters and animals for trade because there are still no adequate roads for vehicles. The price of the same product in the lower and higher regions may vary significantly. The product is three times higher compared to the product in lower altitude. Additionally, as there are no ATMs in high altitudes, it is advised to bring enough cash with you on this hike. You need extra money during your trek for your personal expenses. 

Frostbites 
Your feet can suffer from the cold, but it can also lead to other issues. In the mountains especially at higher altitudes, temperatures drop quickly and the weather is erratic. To prevent severe frostbite on your legs, it is advisable that you wear boots that are extremely cozy and protective. Running shoes won't be enough in that intense cold or meet the necessities. Prior to going outside, make sure your clothing is entirely dry and warm.

The condition known as frostbite is characterized by the freezing of the tissues beneath the skin. The skin is not permanently harmed when frostbite first develops. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, cold skin, and irritated or discolored skin. Hands and feet are most commonly impacted by frostbite. Numbness and clumsiness are typically the first symptoms, followed by a possible white or blue tingle on the skin. The effects of therapy may cause swelling or rupture. Frostbite can potentially lead to hypothermia and limb loss. The risk of frostbite, which can worsen conditions if ignored, is one of the main challenges of climbing to greater altitudes.

Frostbite can be prevented and reduced by dressing appropriately, consuming meals and liquids, avoiding low temperatures, and minimizing vigorous exertion while keeping a healthy core temperature.


Make the adventure trip to Annapurna Base Camp if you have a strong desire to go trekking and experience the lovely Himalayan flora and fauna, the beauty of nature, stunning adventure, and want to be far from the rushing and bustling throng and the busy life of the city. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of Nepal's most stunning and challenging hiking routes. More than 35000 individuals take the adventurous journey to the Annapurna base camp. To face all the challenges and issues of the trek, preparation and moderate, steady walking are essential. The close-up view of the tenth-highest mountain in the world should be sufficient inspiration despite all the challenges.

Our Nepal Horizon team also prepare 9 day Annapurna Base Camp Heli trek package for you. This is a quick journey to Nepal's Annapurna region. You can take an Annapurna Helicopter Tour from Pokhara or Kathmandu. It is a popular helicopter travel location around the globe. You will fly over many kinds of wood, villages, rivers, and agricultural terrains in just a few hours while taking this helicopter tour to Annapurna at the most affordable price. Along with this, you may enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre, Himchuli, and Myriads mountains.

The Nepali Annapurna Himalayas may be explored in about four hours with a heli tour to ABC. The voyage to the Nepalese Himalayas is purposeful and unforgettable. Any age group and physical condition can take an Annapurna Heli tour. Many tourists are eager to visit the site since the Annapurna base camp trek is one of the well-known treks in Nepal, a country surrounded by the Himalayas. We know you have a very busy time, so we prepared this package for you to complete your trek in a very short period of time and offers you a quick glimpse of the Annapurna region. During your journey to Annapurna Base Camp heli trek you can glimpse the pananromic view of Annapurna mountian along with other high range mountains too. Additionally, you will explore the sherpa and nepali culture and village.  

Water is readily available at every trekking lodge or shop along the way, with bottled mineral water costing around 1-3 USD per liter. The Annapurna region has many water sources where you can refill your bottle from taps or natural sources. While this water is generally safe to drink, it's advisable to use a LifeStraw or water purification pills. It's recommended to drink at least 2-4 liters of water per day to stay hydrated.

Nepal Horizon Treks (P) Ltd. is a fully licensed and government-approved trekking and adventure company in Nepal, with registration number 148253/72/073. Our affiliations with various local and international tourism bodies allow us to provide top-notch services. We warmly invite adventure lovers to join us and become a part of our "mountain family," offering a home-like experience during your travels with us.

To secure your booking, we require a 10% deposit of the total trip cost in advance. This ensures that we can arrange all necessary reservations, including hotels, guides, trekking permits, and transportation. The remaining balance can be settled upon arrival, with cash being preferred, though credit cards are also accepted. Additionally, please send your passport details, travel insurance information, and flight details when making your booking.

Last-minute booking

Travelers can make last-minute bookings up to one day before the trip begins. For these bookings, full payment is required at the time of reservation. You can secure your spot by filling out our online form, sending us an email, messaging us on WhatsApp, or giving us a call.

Our dedicated team emphasizes our shared responsibility to honor local culture and preserve the environment. We advocate for:

  • Respecting local laws, customs, and beliefs.
  • Seeking permission from guides before engaging in activities within the community.
  • Maintaining cleanliness and properly disposing of waste.
  • Supporting initiatives that benefit local communities and promote sustainable tourism.
  • Nepal Horizon Treks actively participates in the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and organizes eco-conscious trips to foster environmental awareness among travelers and communities alike.
     

PRIORITIZING YOUR SAFETY - Our utmost concern is the well-being of our clients and staff members.

Throughout this guided trek, you'll be accompanied by experienced and amiable trekking guides or Sherpas hailing from the same mountainous regions of Nepal. Equipped with essential safety gear and a first aid kit, our guides ensure your safety at every step. While we recommend bringing personal medications, rest assured that we're prepared to handle emergencies. In case of mountain sickness or unforeseen circumstances, our team stands ready to arrange helicopter rescues for prompt evacuation to lower altitudes or Kathmandu.

Accommodations on the mountain are simple, typically found in tea houses or trekking lodges. Rooms are usually shared, equipped with wooden beds, blankets, mattresses, and pillows. While attached bathrooms aren't available everywhere, the views from these rooms are spectacular. Single rooms are available, except at Himalaya and ABC, and are provided for solo female travelers.

Rest assured, we'll ensure your stay at the best available tea houses, offering magnificent mountain views and scenic surroundings throughout the trek.

In Kathmandu, a wide range of luxury hotels awaits your selection. Should you desire, we're happy to assist in booking 4 to 5-star accommodations upon request.

Trip Reviews (12)

annapurna base camp trekking with Nepal Horizon treks was awesome. i was looking for the short trekking for Annapurna base camp trekking so i request them for adjudting the trekking days. the members are so polite they take our details and plan a new trekking schedule according to our time and budget.

anandita

22nd Sep, 2022


The owner was very nice and friendly. Our guide was very friendly and helpful. We can make it to the top thanks to him. It was hard for beginner like us, but we had lots of fun and valuable experience.

Christa A

10th Jun, 2022


The owner Dipendra is my good friend , He and his guide very friendly and make me happy with this trip.With out them i can't reach ABC with my hong kong friend who i met on the way up.now my bucket list has success because of them and i'm very happpy :)

Andrei F

10th Jun, 2022


I am a solo traveler from Hong Kong and just met their Thailand client and his guide on the way to ABC. They invited me to join them. The guide is professional, energetic and detailed-minded. Although I was not his client, he still treated me so well and helped me a lots during my trek. I was so lucky to have them when I was doing ABC trek. And I made it to the top safely. Thanks a million!!!

whereiskalai

10th Jun, 2022


I and my friends took ABC via Poonhill route and got to use a guide and porters service from Nepal Horizon. Dip, the manager of Nepal Horizon and also the owner of the hotel we stayed in KTM, gave us information clearly and was very honest. Since we stayed in his hotel, we could contact him easily before leaving for trek. We also got a good price, which still could get a very good service. Raju (the guide) and Laxman and Bhupendra (the porters) looked after us very well and were willing to help in everything. They were very nice and friendly. If there’re any problems, we could tell Dip directly and he would fix them for us. We also got a dinner in town after trek as a complimentary. Higly recommend for everyone who is interested in Nepal trekking trip.

 

PP Vud

10th Jun, 2022


Wow - last day of our trek to ABC, back in Kathmandu. We are tired but very happy and much recovered after a rest day in beautiful Pokhara. We saw the mountains and enjoyed beautiful scenery all along the way, including the Rhododendron and bamboo forests. Our guide Purna and porters Dorzee and Ram were great fun and looked after us really well. Dipendra the Director has been really helpful and reliable from start to finish. He always responds quickly to online queries and was able to amend our booking when we got delayed on arrival. The trekking was beautiful and Nepal Horizon are 100% highly recommended !

ungerad

10th Jun, 2022


I went to Nepal with my small group of 3 women on 5-15 April 2019. Dipendra took care of us well when we arrived at Kathmandu, he made us feel welcome. He explained about trekking plan and suggested everything that we have to know. In the next day, we went to Pokhara, Our guide and potters stand by for us after delayed 5 hours flight, that why we missed trek in day 1 from Nayapul to Tikhe Dhunga but they prepared a jeep car to bring us there.
In other days while trekking to ABC, guide and potters supported us very well. They chose a safe and suitable tea-house for my group. We highly recommend this agent for trekking in Nepal.

impulseInw

10th Jun, 2022


Nice service from Nepal Horizon

I and my friends took ABC via Poonhill route and got to use a guide and porters service from Nepal Horizon. Dip, the manager of Nepal Horizon and also the owner of the hotel we stayed in KTM, gave us information clearly and was very honest. Since we stayed in his hotel, we could contact him easily before leaving for trek. We also got a good price, which still could get a very good service. Raju (the guide) and Laxman and Bhupendra (the porters) looked after us very well and were willing to help in everything. They were very nice and friendly. If there’re any problems, we could tell Dip directly and he would fix them for us. We also got a dinner in town after trek as a complimentary. Higly recommend for everyone who is interested in Nepal trekking trip.

 

pukpikpanita

29th Apr, 2022


Amazing Trek to Annapurna Base Camp

Wow - last day of our trek to ABC, back in Kathmandu. We are tired but very happy and much recovered after a rest day in beautiful Pokhara. We saw the mountains and enjoyed beautiful scenery all along the way, including the Rhododendron and bamboo forests. Our guide Purna and porters Dorzee and Ram were great fun and looked after us really well. Dipendra the Director has been really helpful and reliable from start to finish. He always responds quickly to online queries and was able to amend our booking when we got delayed on arrival. The trekking was beautiful and Nepal Horizon are 100% highly recommended !

 

ungerad

29th Apr, 2022


ABC 8 days trekking via poon hill - with Nepal horizon trek & expedition.

I went to Nepal with my small group of 3 women on 5-15 April 2019. Dipendra took care of us well when we arrived at Kathmandu, he made us feel welcome. He explained about trekking plan and suggested everything that we have to know. In the next day, we went to Pokhara, Our guide and potters stand by for us after delayed 5 hours flight, that why we missed trek in day 1 from Nayapul to Tikhe Dhunga but they prepared a jeep car to bring us there.

In other days while trekking to ABC, guide and potters supported us very well. They chose a safe and suitable tea-house for my group. We highly recommend this agent for trekking in Nepal.

Source: Tripadvisor

impulseInw

29th Apr, 2022


Annapurna Base Camp

 

A friend and I did the ABC trek as well as a tour of Kathmandu and Pokhara. Dipendra of Nepal Horizon made all the arrangements. It was a fantastic trip. DB was our guide on the 8 day trek.

Diana G

29th Apr, 2022


Annapurna Base Camp

Our trip to Nepal included 4 days of sightseeing as well as an eight day trek to Annapurna Base Camp. We arranged the trip through a Nepal Horizon Treks and Expedition. Dipendra Bhatta arranged everything for us.

EF1234567

29th Apr, 2022



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