How much money should I take to Annapurna Circuit?

How much money should I take to Annapurna Circuit?

For Annapurna Circuit, you must obtain Annapurna Circuit Trekking Permits that consist of TIMS & ACAP permits. These permits cost in total 5000 NPR, which is less than $50 per person. It might seem quite a lot, but when you divide this amount by the number of days on the road, it is actually pretty cheap.

When should I go to Annapurna Circuit?

For the Annapurna Circuit, October and November or April and May are widely considered to be the best times for trekking. The weather during these two seasons is generally clear and dry, and so it’s not too cold when heading into high altitudes.

Can I do Annapurna Circuit on your own?

This is a traditional “teahouse” trek, which means that you’ll find food and lodging along the trail, so there’s no need to carry camping gear. We decided to hike the Annapurna Circuit independently because we wanted maximum flexibility. However, you can hire a guide and/or porter, or join a guided group trek.

Which is harder Everest Base Camp or Annapurna?

Summary: Annapurna Circuit is far shorter than EBC trek On the Annapurna Circuit trek, however, while we hike for up to seven hours on one day, all the other days our trekking hours stay under six hours. The Everest Base Camp trek is harder than the Annapurna Circuit trek as it’s overall the far longer route.

Can you do the Annapurna Circuit in December?

Annapurna Circuit Trek in December has a temperature of around 5-10 degrees which gradually decreases as you go up the higher altitude. Moreover, the temperatures in the night can drop around 0 to -5 degrees. You will get moderate weather at the beginning of December in the Annapurna region.

How cold does it get on the Annapurna Circuit?

The temperature of the Annapurna Circuit trek remains 5-10°C on average. The temperature on the higher altitudes might get as low as minus 20 degrees Celcius. If you are likely to do Annapurna Circuit Trek during the winter season, warm clothing and sleeping bags that can bear up to minus 20-40 degrees are recommended.

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