We have extensive experience leading treks in the Annapurna region of Nepal. After years of work, we have added all our important links and pages in one location for you to explore and get the information you need. If you are thinking to trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, then we are always happy to schedule a call with you to answer all the questions you have. CONTACT US today and start planning for your trip to Nepal!
Picking the Right Itinerary
The most important things to consider when you are preparing for your trek; making sure you have chosen the right itinerary, putting in the correct physical preparation, and have the right team to get you to your goal. Ian has climbed Mount Everest to the summit and led over 10 treks to Annapurna Base Camp over the years. We have the experience in the region to make sure that you have all the best information for the trip. Check out our upcoming trekking dates.
Important Annapurna Base Camp Pages
1). Pick the best acclimatization itinerary for your Annapurna Base Camp trek
2). How you should be training to best physically prepare for your trek to Annapurna
3). Get FREE constant advice from our professional team
4). Understand the daily distances you will travel on the trek to Annapurna
5). Have the right clothing and gear for your Annapurna Base Camp trek
6). Pacing each day on the trail is critical to success
7). Why hydration is critical at high altitude and in low oxygen environments
8). Elevation gains on the Annapurna trail. This will help you formulate a better training plan
9). What sort of food will I get on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek
10). Read our Top 10 Tips for a successful Annapurna Base Camp trek
11). When is the best time to trek to Annapurna Base Camp
12). What vaccinations should you consider for your Annapurna Base Camp Trek
13). What type of trekking boots should you have for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek
14). What Insurance do I need for my Annapurna Base Camp Trek
15). What additional expenses will I incur on the Annapurna Trek
16). Here is some additional reading on down hill training
The first thing you need to consider is picking the right itinerary to give you the best experience going to a low oxygen environment. When going to altitude, you need to give your body adequate time to adjust to the lower levels of oxygen. If you don’t allow enough time in your itinerary, it could potentially ruin your experience and trip. We like to add in Poon Hill to all of our Annapurna Base Camp itineraries. Not only is this a beautiful addition to your itinerary, it also adds extra days, giving you the chance to acclimatize correctly. We don’t want you to just endure your trek, we want you to fully enjoy the wonderful experience that this region has to offer and adding the extra days does just that!
Breathing techniques, low heart rates, excellent hydration and pacing are all critical factors for you to have a safe and successful experience. You also need good physical conditioning to be able to walk up and down stairs and hills with a weighted backpack at high altitude. If you decide to join one of our trips, then we can help you understand what training and preparation that is required for the journey. CONTACT US today and let us help you plan your trip to experience the Annapurna Base Camp trek.
Trek With Experts
Support a company who has invested in Nepal. We helped set up the Goli Village Trust after the 2015 earthquake and we have our own full time staff on the ground in Kathmandu with over 25 years experience! We only run quality services on all our trekking and mountaineering itineraries. CONTACT US and we can explain how we operate in Nepal.