Ghandrung Trek
Ghandrung TrekTrekking in the Annapurna region is strenuous due to the high altitude. The Treks shown below are not strenuous and can be accomplished without undue stress.

Day 1. Pokhara/Dhamphus.
Leave Pokhara and travel by road to Suikhet Phedi, 30 minutes away. From here, the trail ascends steeply through forest and later through paddy fields to the village of Damphus where you stay overnight in a tent camp.

Day 2. Dhamphus/Landrung.
(5100 feet and 5/6 hours walking) Today the trail goes along the ridge to Deurali. Descend through forest again for some time to the small villages of Tolka and Beri Kharka. The trail then descends through scattered forests and villages to reach Landrung for overnight camping.

Day 3. Landrung/Ghandrung.
(6400 feet and 3 to 4 hours walking) The trail goes steeply down towards the river for an hour then there is a steep ascent for about 2-3 hours through scattered villages with beautiful views of the Himalayas. Eventually, reach Ghandrung, one of the largest Gurung settlements in Western Nepal.

You can have good views of Gangapura, Machapuchhre (Fishtail), Mount Annapurna and other snow-capped mountains. If time permits, visit the Annapurna Mountain Conservation Area Project headquarters, the local museum and the village.

Day 4. Ghandrung/Birethanti.
(3 hours walking) Today the trail descends to Seuli Bazaar for about two hours and then an easy walk for another hour to reach Birethani for overnight camping.

Day 5. Birethanti/Nayapul/Pokhara. After breakfast, an easy walk for about 45 minutes to Nayapul. From here, drive to Pokhara, about one hour away.

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Please request prices for the dates you wish to travel.

4 Nights accommodation in Lodges/Teahouses*, all meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek, services of a trekking guide and porter(s), return transportation from any Pokhara hotel/airport to Trek starting/ending point, Conservation Fees and all necessary Government taxes. All Trekking is on a Private Basis.

*Please note accommodation in Lodges/Teahouses during the trek is modest with simple & clean rooms. Most accommodations have a common shared toilet/bathroom

Transport to/from Kathmandu, and drinks or Mineral Water (it is available for purchase locally),Personal nature expenses, insurance, clothing, tips, donation etc.