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About The Trip :


Every success in life costs pain...

Climbing a Mountain feels like a success, where you have a beautiful outlook of your path you walk to get there.

When you got to the highest point, you reached the top and you can't climb higher. (which is a paradox, because in success in life you can always Climb higher).

Annapurna range is the most exquisite, with some of the world's highest mountain views including Annapurna I (8,091m / 10th highest). While the foothills are dominated by diverse ethnic groups with their charming villages and terraced farms, higher reaches are pristine roved only by shepherds. We will come across several viewpoints with world-famous Himalayan views. The trekking is the best insight into the Nepalese mountain lifestyle, ethnic diversity, and a moderate adventure in the Himalayas.

Feel high when you reach mountain particularly Experience walking through villages, camps, forests, hills, and snow to reach the majestic view of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and most significantly, the Machhapuchhre Peak.

From Pokhara, a two-hour drive towards Kande brings us to the start point of  Annapurna Base Camp Trek. We pass through the small village and climb up to the Australian Camp, and later continue towards Low camp, forest camp, and High Camp for the next few days.



Where:                                             Annapurna Base Camp Himalayas

Group meeting place:                Kathmandu, Nepal 

When:                                                September   - December 2024



Duration:                                          Minimum Two weeks/ Max - One Month 


Start dates:                                      01 September 2024 -25

Route:                                               Kathmandu  — Pokhara - Manali-Naggar-Dehli

Accommodation:                           Hotel / Guesthouse/Tent

Transport:                                       Train /Minivan / Bus / Rickshaw / on foot 

In the program:                             Easy Tracking, Views of the snowy Himalayas, Camping                                                             Bonfire Culinary Workshops, Body Art,                                                                                           Meditation, Yoga, Mindfulness, and Self-healing

                                                           stress, Anxiety, Fear, Phobia and Depression, Stress                                                                   Release techniques Emotional Empowerment                                                                             Techniques.                             

About Trip

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Itinerary Map

Trek Itinerary Map

What is waiting for us :

1.Active trekking (accessible to all) along scenic paths with views of the majestic mountains with a height of 6000-8000 meters - Mount Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu, Ganesh-Himal

2.  Meeting with monuments of architecture of Buddhism and Hinduism in Kathmandu and Pokhare - UNESCO World Heritage Sites


3.  Immersion in the culture and simple and happy life of Nepalese.


4.  A sense of the quiet mysticism of the mountains and sacred places of power of the Himalayas!


5. The opportunity to experience themselves in unusual conditions and in the team of the same travelers.


6. Morning meditations, art-body therapy, dance and movement practices.


7. Ability to go through your own inner path


8. Two translator guides, creative personalities in love with mountains and travel


9. Accompanying a professional photographer and cameraman.

  • Take in the magnificent views of a series of mountains ranging from 6,000-8,000 meters

  • Take in one of the most famous view points of the Annapurna region

  • Witness sunrise and sunset views from the Thorung la Pass

  • View green paddy fields, deep valleys, and alpine slopes

  • Relieve your sore muscles and body pain in the hot springs

What is waiting for us

Traveling Programs: 

Travel itinerary:

Our journey consists of two parts - the outer and the inner path. Externally, we will go trekking in the mountains and sacred places of Nepal. But internally everyone goes on his journey towards the present.

Day 01:  Arrive in Kathmandu  (1350m) / Transfer to Hotel

Meeting at the airport, rest. Festive dinner, acquaintance, lecture on safety in the mountains.

Day 02: Getting to know Kathmandu - the city of temples:

Meditation - setting for the trip. Breakfast. Walking through the city beautiful World Heritage Sites - Kathmandu Durbar Square, Shiva Pashupatinath Temple, Buddhist Bodnath Stupa, Swayambhunath Monastery, to better understand the history and culture of Nepal. evening in Thamel (central market) - dinner and purchase of equipment. We will pack and prepare for the journey the next day. 7-hour bus ride to Pokhara. .Overnight in Kathmandu

Day 03: Drive to Pokhara (910m)(6-7 hours)

We leave early in the morning from Kathmandu and make our way along river valleys,  enjoying the wonderful view of hills and rural villages. Being a mountainous country will experience the drive over winding roads with a steep drop on one side pass terraced fields to Pokhara which takes about 6-7 hours drive.  Overnight stay in Pokhara.

Day 4:  Pokhara

Walk around the city, surrounded by snowy peaks, preparation for trekking, evening body practice.

Morning meditation + yoga by the lake. boat trip on Phewa Lake, half-day trekking to the World Stupa, Shiva Temple on the island.

Moving to the monastery - acquaintance with the Lama, meditations, and immersion in the life of monks. Nightlife in the monastery.


- Part of the route - 8 days, 4-5 hours of tracking per day (light, without heavy backpacks)

- Accommodation: Guest House / Camping  

Day 5: Pokhara drive to Kande and trek to Tokha(1790m/5873ft),

30 minutes drive and walking distance 4–5 hours
We will wake up early in the morning after breakfast will Start our Journey via taxi to Kande and start climbing  5 hours in, will be passed through Australian camp (where will have lunch. The trail climbs to the rhododendron forest and passes to Pothana (1990m). The view of Machhapuchhare (6997m) is excellent from here, except that from this angle it looks more like Matterhorn than a fishtail. The trail emerges in the main Modi Khola valley and reaches Tolka. Overnight Staying at Tolka.

Day 6: Tolka trekking to Chhomrong (2040): Walking distance 5–6 hours
After breakfast, we will be working through nice terraces to Landruk a beautiful Gurung village provides you excellent view from Landruk trail continues to Jhinu. Very almighty rhododendron forests and fine terraces went passing through our trail to the Chhomrong village. Above the village is the mighty peak of Annapurna South with the Mt. Fishtail, facing it across the valley. Chhomrong is a beautiful village with lots of Lodges providing good facilities. Chhomrong is a gateway to Annapurna Sanctuary trek and inhabited by Gurung, one of the major ethnic groups of Nepal.


Day 7:Chhomrong trekking to Dovan (2540m/6693ft): walking distance 6 hours
Leaving Chhomrong, the trail descends via a stone staircase and crosses the Chhomrong Khola on a swaying Suspension bridge. Then climb out of the side valley passing through deep forests of bamboo, rhododendron, and oak. The portion of the day’s trek follows another ascent to Kuldi (2470m). Descend a long, steep, slippery stone staircase into a deep bamboo and rhododendron forest to the village of Dovan.

Day 8: Dovan trekking to Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3700m/12139ft): walking distance 6–7 hours
A trek of narrow Modi Khola valley brings us almost to the base of M.B.C. There’s technically no such thing as ‘Machhapuchhare Base Camp’ since ascents of the mountains are prohibited. The mountain views are stunning; the panorama includes Hiuchhuli, Annapurna ranges, and the ever-changing Machhapuchhare. This area is called the Annapurna sanctuary since it is totally surrounded by mountains. A huge amphitheater enclosed by a solid wall of snow-capped peaks which include Annapurna I, Annapurna III, and the fishtail spire of Machhapuchhare. 

Day 09: Machhapuchhare Base Camp Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4130m/13550ft) and back to Dovan

The climb to Annapurna Base Camp takes under two hours. You descend a small ridge branching out from the mountain pass to mountainside with widespread terraced fields showcasing tranquil meadows and lush fertile farming land. As we reach Annapurna South Base Camp, witness awesome picturesque landscapes, majestic panoramic view of snow-capped mountainous peaks, and varied Himalayan cultural settings tucked beneath the southern slopes of the Annapurna massive. Tremendous Annapurna Range stops your heartbeat for a while; a whole day without rest chill out around to explore ABC. In the end, we will drop down back to Dovan for the night.

Day 10: Dovan trek to Jhinu hot spring (1760m/5774ft) 

Walking distance 6–7 hours

Ascend on a long, steep, slippery stone staircase from the village of Dovan. Climb out of the side valley passing through deep forests of bamboo, rhododendron, and oak to Chhomrong, from here steeply down trek more 45 minutes take to you Jhinu, where you can enjoy the natural hot spring small polls near Modi Khola. 

Day 11: Jhinu hot spring trekking back to Pokhara Via Jhindu Dada: Walking distance 6–7 hours

Today we will walk the down part of the trail mostly flat with spectacular mountain views. Traverse high above the river on a wide stone-paved trail to a large and prosperous town Birethanti (1000m). We continue our walk to Nayapul and catch a private vehicle to get to Pokhara. 

Day 12: Free day in Pokhara

- Paragliding with views of the Himalayas (optional), massages, walks, buying gifts, in the evening - the final art practice (to realize and assign experience in the mountains), a festive dinner.

Day 13:  Transfer to Kathmandu (6 hours),

walk around the city, end of our journey.

Day 13: transfer from Lumbini (7 hours)  

The birthplace of the Buddha, the holy city of Buddhist temples. Meditation and meeting with monks. Let's make a pilgrimage to the Maya Devi Temple, the Burmese Monastery, the Golden Temple of Myanmar, the monasteries of the Theravada tradition, and the Mahayana monasteries.

 Day 14: A plane to your Birthplace returning home.

Vipasana  Meditation  Pokhara  Dhamma Pokharā

After Experience, a big adventure life on the mountain  will go for vipassana mediation Dhamma Pokhara
All Travellers attending the 10 days course observe "noble silence" — that is, the silence of body, speech, and mind. Silence is observed for the first nine full days. On the tenth day, speech is resumed as a way of re-establishing the normal pattern of daily life. Continuity of practice is the secret of success in this course; silence is an essential component in maintaining this continuity. 

Traveling Programs 

Travel Cost : 

Cost:- US$750

upon prepayment:
until  October 1 - $ 725
until Novmber  - $ 750


A Discount:
- for the first two participants
- for participants of past travels
- for couples and groups.

For participants of past travels and programs- discount!

Prepayment (non-refundable) - $ 100

We can help with the purchase of air tickets (it’s best to all go together on one flight - we’ll get to know each other on the way)


The cost of travel in Nepal includes:


 - Accompanying two presenters - a local, knowledgeable route and an English/Hindi / Nepali -speaking guide.

-Transportation on the whole route - taxi from the airport to Kathmandu, buses from Kathmandu-----Lumbini-Pokhara-Pedi-Pokhara-Kathmandu.

- Hotel accommodation in cities, guest houses, and camping on the route.

- Breakfast, gala dinners.

-Accommodation in Basic, Clean Lodge/Teahouse on twin sharing basis.

-Yoga and body practice program, meditations.

-Trips to Kathmandu, Lumbini and Pokhara.

- Tracker card (TIMS) - All necessary permissions and permits.

- Life in a monastery and meditation from the Lama

- Consultations in preparation for the track equipment;

- Assistance with the purchase of air tickets;

-Group first-aid kit

-A porter (One porter for every 2 members) and his entire expenses

- Insurance of Guide and Porter

-All required local tax and Gov tax

-Annapurna Trekking Permits (ACAP)

- Tims permit

-Welcome and farewell dinners


Separately Paid:

· Flights to Kathmandu and back

· Nepalese visa $ 25

· Lunch and dinner

· Personal expenses: laundry, souvenirs.

· Any other services not listed above.

· Travel insurance that covers trip cancelation and Helicopter evacuation

· Tips (As an appreciation) and any other extending trips and accommodation

.Travel / Medical/ Trip cancellation insurance and emergency rescue/ evacuation costs

Questions and Answers:

You can personally ask all your questions to Rahul

or call Whatsapp.

+917021492798 Rahul 

Skype rahulhimanti 


Travel Cost

Team of Guides.

We are not guides. We are guides, travelers, inspired by the beauty of nature and people, specialists in creative professions, and presenters. And we are happy to take you along the mountain route and help you walk your inner path. We will organize domestic issues on the spot, acquaint with the culture of the country, and the power of the mountains. We will conduct 2-3 meditative creative practices per day. But the journey we will create with you. And it depends on each of us how it will be formed. So we are waiting for those who are open to the world and people who are ready to break away from urban comfort and go to meet with Nepal, to meet with themselves.

Anna Stoyanova

Team of Guides
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A creative, actress. Shinrin-Yoku guide and meditation guide coach.

-  A traveler and a cosmopolitan

-  Creator of The Tales of power. Kareli. Project.
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- Translation from English to Russian, from the Hindu mentality of Russian.

-  Leading Yoga meditative and creative practices: setting up and support on the way inward.


 Anna Stoyanova

- The organizer of creative trips and copyright trips (in Russia and to other countries)

- Art therapist, artist-teacher, freelance traveler.

- Creator of the Art and Travel project.

Reviews of events

- translator from English to Russian, from the Hindu mentality to Russian.

- art therapist, leading meditative and creative practices: setting up and support on the way inward.

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—Director, screenwriter, more than 12 years in art, documentary cinema, and short film.


-Founder of his film studio Himanti Productions and the project “WE ARE TRAVELLERS” 


- Ideal inspirer of the journey “Way to Himalaya ” 

- Guide to the routes of India and Nepal - “WAT HOSTEL” 

- A man of the world, a bearer of his culture and respecting other cultures 

- Open and deeply sensitive to people.

Accommodation and Meals


Accommodation and meals:

During the trip, we will live in hotels in Kathmandu for 2 nights and in Pokhara for 2 nights. The rest of the night, we will stay in guest houses in the villages along the route. Perhaps, we will spend the night 1-2 days in the monastery, plunging into an atmosphere of harmony and silence. Accommodation 2-3 people in the room. Comfortable accommodation, shower in the rooms. Meals will be in the checked places on the route As well as the conductor Raul will be happy to prepare for us traditional dishes of local cuisine and talk about the properties of Oriental spices.

What To Pack For Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  • Hiking Cloths: The sun is strong and you will be sweating a lot while hiking so I would recommend something light and breathable like a weather-proof outer-shell jacket together with a fleece jacket and a regular shirt inside. Here are jackets I recommend you get for the trip: fleece jacket and the beautiful orange Columbia outer-shell jacket.

  • Teahouse Clothing: When you are idle, you will need something that can keep you warm. A big down jacket is recommended for when you are in the teahouse. Most teahouse's bedrooms are NOT equipped with a heater so you will definitely need a good down jacket.

  • Head Lamps: Important in the early mornings and in case you have to hike at night (I do not recommend this). Here is a headlamp I use during this hike: Ultra Bright Cree Headlamp.

  • First Aids: Bandages in case of blisters, Tylenol for headaches, Diamox for Altitude Sickness etc.

  • Sunglasses: The sun is extremely strong up there.

  • Buff: To warm up air before you breath in to prevent the nasty case of Khumbu Cough afterward.

  • Wet Wipes: The next best thing from actually having a shower in the mountains. You will thank yourself for it after 10 days of not showering.

  • Good Sturdy Shoes: Make sure you have waterproof sturdy shoes in case of rain. Break into your shoes first if you bought a new one. You wouldn't want to be the hikers with blisters all over his/her feet at the end of the trek. This Timberland Shoes is my go-to hiking boots in most situations and I recommend you carry high ankle shoes like the Columbia Newton Ridge shoes just in case.

  • Money: Get enough cash out in Pokhara for all the days you are trekking as they are no way you will be able to get money out along Annapurna Base Camp trek.

  • Sleeping Bag: Bedrooms in teahouses can get really cold at night and there's nothing worse than not being able to sleep after an 8-hours hike day. I would recommend getting the -10°C one in either Thamel, Kathmandu or Pokhara. I got mine in Pokhara and still using it today (2019). You can also get the Coleman North Rim Sleeping Bag online prior to your trip.

  • Toiletries: Wet wipes, tissue papers, toothbrush, toothpaste, sunscreens, lip balms etc.

  • Snacks: Prepare some snacks to Treat yo self so you don't have to buy an overpriced Snickers bar up there. You deserve it!

  • Get Download app on your phone and download the Nepal map for offline navigation. They do have the trail map available and it's quite accurate. The app is available on both Android and iOS.

  • Large Backpack (60+L): And of course, a backpack big enough to fit all these stuff so you can carry up the mountain. I highly recommend the 65L Osprey Atmos AG Backpack with their mesh grid back support that makes your backpack lighter, a good capacity to carry everything you need for you trip, and you can't beat the Osprey lifetime guarantee.

What To Pack


In February 2019, the team and we went up to a height of 3200 meters. We passed the popular Himalayan track - Poon Hill. And although it was very cloudy at dawn at the highest point, during the descent we already saw the whole amazing panorama of mountain ranges! In the end, it was incredibly difficult to say goodbye to the mountains and return to the city.

Our Past Travel
More about projects and travels



WAT HOSTEL project (trekking in the Himalayas of India and Nepal, creative travels, and pilgrimage to holy places) - this project is part of and support for a larger international film project. 
WE ARE TRAVELLERS  is a project dedicated to LIFE, LOVE PEACE. The lack of borders, the desire for peace within ourselves, and the promotion of peace on the entire planet. Within the framework of the project, it is planned to create a documentary film about the difference of cultures and about what unites all people on earth, and about joint creativity and creation. 
Those who wish to continue the conquest of the Himalayas, we invite you to participate in the creation of a documentary film about travelers.


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  1. If this is your first time visiting such high altitude places, consult a doctor first to check for any medical condition which may prove problematic. Usually, it is not an issue if you are generally healthy but better to be safe than sorry as people with some medical conditions like BP, respiratory and cardiac issues may face some problems.

  2. Travel programs in the mountains not necessarily would always run exactly as scheduled. Allow for unplanned long days or early camps due to weather disruptions or similar causes.

  3. There are places with limited communication possibilities and/or medical facilities nearby on this route.

  4. Participants should be prepared for cold conditions with strong winds and high wind chill factor.

  5. Any additional expenses which might occur due to delays, weather disruptions, medical evacuation, etc. would need to be borne by the participants. All overstay due to weather disruption, roadblocks, and similar which are not under our control would be charged as per tour cost for planned days.

  6. All participants are recommended to have travel insurance that covers trekking and wilderness travel.

Questions and Answer's 


You can personally ask all your questions to Rahul.

or call WhatsApp/Telegram 
Rahul: +917021492798
Meet on skype -  rahulhimanti  

Zoom - wearetravellerslife 

Are you ready for deep inner changes after this Pandemic? Are you ready to face life and go to Small Tibet?

Take a deep breath and decide on a trip that can turn your ideas about life! 
See you in the Himalayas! 


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