• Adventurous trail
  • Trek through beautiful villages and picturesque valleys
  • Observe rich culture and unique lifestyle of locals
  • Witness gorgeous sunrise from Poon Hill
  • See breath-taking scenery throughout the trek
  • Summit Tent Peak
  • Get to see panoramic views of Himalayan mountains like Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Mt. Nilgiri, Mt. Gangapurna, Mt. Hiunchuli
Trip Details

Tent Peak Climbing is an adventurous journey that will take you to the heart of the Annapurna region. Tent Peak is an easy climbing peak in the Annapurna region from where you will get to see the magnificent panorama of the Himalayan landscape. Tent Peak Climbing begins with a scenic drive from Pokhara to Nayapul. From here, you will ascend to the beautiful Ghorepani village.

Next morning, you will hike to Poon Hill from where you will get to see a gorgeous sunrise. The trail then leads you to Annapurna Base Camp via Chomrong, Himalayan Hotel, and Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Further, you will push towards the summit of Tent Peak with a gradual stop at Tent Peak Base Camp and Tent Peak High Camp. After the summit, you will trek back to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara.

Climbing Tent Peak is the best option for someone who is looking for something extra in Annapurna region instead of doing classic ABC Trek or Annapurna Circuit Trek. During, Tent Peak Climbing, you will get to experience short trekking peak climbing with the perfect balance of challenges and thrills. We, Go For Nepal Treks & Expedition has professionally designed our Tent Peak Climbing itinerary. We assure that, with us, you will have one of the best journeys of your life.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu (1,315m/4,270ft); transfer to Hotel.
  • Day 02Sightseeing in Kathmandu & trip preparation.
  • Day 03Drive to Pokhara (8, 20m/2,700ft); 6 hours.
  • Day 04Drive to Nayapul by private vehicle and trek to Tikhedhunga (1,540m/5,080ft); 4 hours.
  • Day 05Trek to Ghorepani (2,850m /9,130ft); 6 hours.
  • Day 06Hike to Poon Hill (3,210m/10,531ft) and trek to Tadapani (2,640m/8,661ft); 5 hours.
  • Day 07Trek to Chomrong (2,170m/7,11ft); 5 hours.
  • Day 08Trek to Himalayan Hotel (2,840m/9,318ft); 6 hours.
  • Day 09Trek to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3,700m/12,140ft); 4 hours.
  • Day 10Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m/13,549ft); 3 hours.
  • Day 11Acclimatization & short hike around; climbing preparation.
  • Day 12Trek to Tent Peak Base Camp (4,460m /14,632ft); 5 hours.
  • Day 13Climb to Tent Peak High Camp (5,210m/17,093ft); 4 hours.
  • Day 14Summit Tent Peak (5,663m/18,579ft) and return to High Camp.
  • Day 15Return back to Annapurna Base Camp; 5-6 hours.
  • Day 16Trek Back to Bamboo (2,310m/7,578ft); 6 hours.
  • Day 17Trek to Jhinu Dada (1,760m/5,774ft); 5 hours
  • Day 18Trek to Nayapul 5 hours walk & 2 hours drive to Pokhara.
  • Day 19Drive to Kathmandu.
  • Day 20Final Departure.
Day to Day detail itinerary

What to Expect

  • Airport pick + drop by private car with warm Welcome at Airport (TIA)
  • 3-night accommodation star Hotels in Kathmandu & one-night Hotel in Pokhara.
  • All land transportation
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu with guide
  • Tent Peak Climbing permit
  • National Park Entry Permit
  • All accommodation in Tea houses and tented camps as per the itinerary
  • Three times meals and one item menu during a trekking time
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trip.
  • Experienced and qualified trekking guide, cook, Sherpa’s (assistance guide) staff and porters services
  • Transportation, meals, accommodation, allowance, equipment, and insurance for all the staff including climbing guide
  • Trekking camping equipment (tent, mattress, dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, all kitchen gear/utensils if necessary
  • Fixed rope for climbing
  • All the official paperwork and all applicable government taxes
  • Duffle Bags refundable to protect your Luggage
  • Company T-shirt as a Souvenir
  • Tour Certificate
  • Farewell dinner with typical Nepali culture
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu/Pokhara
  • Client’s insurance
  • Expenses of personal nature and all bar bills
  • Expenses other than mentioned in the inclusion section above
  • Trekking equipment any type of personal expenses such as Alcoholic Beverage drinks, phone, and Laundry.
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance.
  • Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Thief or Damage and personal effects
  • Tips

Useful Info

Himalayan Penchant

Tent Peak Climbing is an adventurous journey in the Annapurna region that will take you to the top of Tent Peak. The trail is decorated with mesmerizing landscapes and glistening snow-capped mountains. Along with that, you will walk through dense forests and picturesque villages that will enhance the journey. Tent Peak Climbing will present you with a different perspective of the beautiful Annapurna region. During the climbing, you will get to witness some of the most exquisite views of nature. Similarly, high Himalayan mountains like Annapurna Range (8,091 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Mt. Fishtail (6,993), Tent Peak (5,663 m), Mt. Nilgiri (7,061 m), Mt. Ganggpurna (7,455 m), Lamjung Himal (6,983m), Hiunchuli Peak (6,441 m), etc

Tent Peak Climbing landmark

Ghorepani Village

Ghorepani is a beautiful village surrounded by lovely rhododendron forests and mountains. This village will present you with the rich culture and tradition of Gurung people, their daily lifestyle, and unique houses.

Poon Hill Viewpoint

Poonhill is a very famous vantage point of the Annapurna region from where you will get to see one of the most captivating sunrises of your life along with views of western Himalayas. From Ghorepani village, it will take around one and a half hours to reach Poonhill.

Annapurna Base Camp

Located at 4,130 meters Annapurna Base Camp is the second most famous trekking destination of Nepal. From base camp, you will get to see panoramic views of the Himalayan mountains. Every year, hundreds of travelers visit this place to witness the irresistible beauty of the ABC.

Tent Peak

Tent Peak is also known as Tharpu Chuli stands 5,663 meters above from the sea level. Located in the center of Annapurna Sanctuary, Tent Peak is one of the adventurous trekking peaks in Nepal's Himalayas. Climbing Tent Peak is itself the major goal of this journey.


On Tent Peak Climbing, you will trek through several beautiful villages, where you will see the culture, traditions, and practices of the locals. This region is resided by many different ethnic communities. Along with rich Buddhist and Hindus religions, you will also see the influence of Tibetan Buddhism in some places. The trails in the trek are decorated with chortens and gumba that add a certain bit of spirituality to this trek.

Ethnic Diversity

During Tent Peak Climbing, you will stay overnight in various Brahmans and Chhetris villages in lower elevation, where in high elevation people more from Gurung and Magar communities will come into contact. You will get to learn and see their lifestyle and simple way of living.

Natural Aptitude

This journey will take you from warm semi-tropical-alpine climate to arctic cold zone of harsh ice-fields and glaciers. This peak is also known as Tharpu Chuli. Tent Peak Climbing will present you a delightful blend of picturesque villages, rich culture, pristine forests, and wonderful scenery. The region includes a diverse range of forests from sub-tropical low land to dry alpine environment. Annapurna region is home to many rare and outstanding species of flora and fauna.

Tent Peak Climbing difficulty

Tent Peak Climbing is a challenging journey perfect for trekkers who want to level up their adventure in the Himalayas. The trail is relatively easier than other peak climbing like Mera Peak Climbing and Island Peak Climbing. During the summit, you may come across a few technical sections, however, our professional guide will help you to smoothly cross those parts.

Altitude Sickness and Prevention

Tent Peak Climbing will take you above 5,000 meters above that means this adventurous does involves chances of altitude sickness. Also, known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a general illness travelers face during the high altitude journeys. The best thing you can do to avoid AMS is by adding enough rest days in your itinerary and drinking plenty of water.

Transportation and Bag Pack

With a long scenic drive from Kathmandu, you will reach Pokhara nd then head to Nayapul. From here, you will gradually ascend towards the summit of Tent Peak via Annapurna Base Camp and Machhapuchhre Base Camp.

Here is the list of things you should carry during the Tent Peak Climbing:

  • T-shirts and Pants (Innerwear)
  • Thermal Wears
  • Lightweight woolen jumper/sweater
  • Down jacket or down vest
  • Fleece or wool trousers
  • Breathable Underwears
  • Trekking Pants/Shoes/Socks
  • Casual Sandals
  • Insulating Jacket
  • Rain jacket
  • Gloves/Scarves
  • Sleeping bag
  • Trekking Pole
  • Climbing gears
  • Toiletries (sunscreen, Multipurpose Soap, Shampoo, Hand sanitizer, Toilet Paper, Sanitary pads, Lip guard, moisturizers, etc)
  • Miscellaneous (Binoculars, eye mask, camera, extra batteries, journal, cards, bars, snacks, water purification tablets, etc)
  • Documents (passport, visa, travel insurance, voucher, passport-sized photos)

Accommodation & Food during Tent Peak Climbing

During Tent Peak Climbing, you will stay in a lodge. Lodges at a high elevation usually come with basic facilities and small rooms along with common washrooms. The food will be served as per the menu of the lodge. Similarly, in Tent Peak base camp and high camp, you will stay overnight in a camp. The food will be cooked and served by the porters.

In Kathmandu and Pokhara, you will stay in a 3-star hotel with all the modern facilities. You will have a wide range of options for food.

Best time to go Tent Peak Climbing

Best time to go on Tent Peak Climbing is in Spring and Autumn. The weather is pleasant during this time of year and the views are also at its best.

Tent Peak Climbing Cost

Tent Peak Climbing cost includes all ground transportation as per itinerary, accommodation, meals, permits, and expenses of guides & porters. The overall rate can vary from as per your needs during the climbing. This cost does not include things like travel insurance, visa fees, trekking equipment, personal expenses, tips that are not included in the cost.


  • Carry insect repellents and table salts
  • Collect adequate information on the weather and temperature
  • Get yourself a good map
  • Pack light
  • Maintain body hydration
  • Walk slow
  • Carry hand cash
  • Do not get obsessed over network and internet

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