Mt. Annapurna

Annapurna I is a mountain which is a part of Annapurna mountain range. It is located in north central of Nepal. The word Annapurna is derived from a Sanskrit name which means “Full of Food”. It also means goddess of food in Hindu religion.

It is 10th highest mountain in the world stand 8091m high and probably most difficult of all the other mountains. It is extremely difficult because of very large sections of technical requirements and ever presence threat of avalanches which creates attraction among mountaineers to climb this mountain. It is least climbed mountain and numbers of climbers are even lesser than other mountain.


 Country: Nepal  Max group members: 10
 Duration: 33 days  Difficulty: Hard
 Best time: All season  Maximum Altitude: 8091 meters


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 02: Preparation of trip and documental work

Day 03: Fly to Annapurna Base Camp by Helicopter

Day 04-07: Rest for acclimatization

Day 08: Climb to camp-I and overnight at camp-I

Day 09-30: Climbing period

Day 31: Fly back to Kathmandu

Day 32: Formal work and free day

Day 33: Transfer to International Airport for final departure