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- Airport – hotel -airport picks up and drops by private vehicle in Kathmandu.
- All land transportation as per itinerary
- All our government taxes, vat, tourist service charges.
- An experienced Government license holder guide.
- Duffel bag during the trek (should be returned to us)
- Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali Restaurant with on the second last day.
- Fixed rope for climbing
- Go for Nepal duffel bag, t-shirt, and trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
- National Park permits and TIMS permit for trekking.
- Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley.
- Three nights standard twin sharing accommodation in a three-star level hotel in Kathmandu; Breakfast included. (2 nights)
- Trekking camping equipment (tent, mattress, dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, all kitchen gear/utensils if necessary
- Personal expenses (Phone Calls, Laundry, bar bills during the trekking, Battery recharge of camera or mobile, extra porters if you wish to take, mineral water, Shower etc.)
- Soft/hard drinks, laundry, postage, telephone bills, all items of personal nature,
- Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Thief or Damage and personal effects
- Your Travel insurance.
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Arrival in Kathmandu (1,315m/4,270ft); transfer to Hotel.
Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be welcomed by one of the team representatives from Go Fore Nepal Treks & Expedition. He will take you to the hotel and assist you check-in. You can rest for a few hours and later refresh yourself by strolling on the colorful and lively streets of Thamel. In the late evening, you will join the welcome dinner organized by the company. Overnight in hotel.
Sightseeing in Kathmandu & trip preparation.
Today is your free day in Kathmandu for sightseeing and trip preparation. You will begin your day with a delicious breakfast. After that, your tour guide will take you sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will visit the sacred Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhnath Stupa, Swayambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Later in the late afternoon, you will arrange your gears and permits. Overnight in a hotel.
Drive to Pokhara (8, 20m/2,700ft); 6 hours.
Today, you will drive to the beautiful Pokhara valley. The drive will present you with wonderful landscape views. Upon reaching Pokhara, you will move to your hotel and rest for a few hours. Later, in the evening, you will explore the vibrant Lakeside market and do boating on tranquil Fewa Lake while enjoying the view of Mt. Fishtail (6,993 m). Overnight in a hotel.
Drive to Nayapul by private vehicle and trek to Tikhedhunga (1,540m/5,080ft); 4 hours.
After having breakfast, you will drive towards Nayapul. From here, you will begin trekking along the Modi Khola and pass by small villages. Trekking through the farming area, you will reach Tikhedhunga. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Ghorepani (2,850m /9,130ft); 6 hours.
From Tirkhedhunga, you will ascend on steep rocky steps for around an hour and reach Ulleri. The trail from here includes forested path and take you to one of the most beautiful villages of Annapurna region, Ghorepani. This village is surrounded by gorgeous rhododendron trees and mostly resided by Magar's.
Hike to Poon Hill (3,210m/10,531ft) and trek to Tadapani (2,640m/8,661ft); 5 hours.
You will wake up early in the morning and go on a short hike to Poon Hill to capture wonderful sunrise in your memory. The path will be rugged but easy. Upon reaching the vantage point, you will get to witness gorgeous sunrise along with the western Himalayas. After spending some time, you will return back to Ghorepani, have breakfast, and continue trekking towards Tadapani. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Chomrong (2,170m/7,11ft); 5 hours.
Leaving Tadapani behind, you will descend through a lovely forest of pine & rhododendron to reach Kimrong valley. Further, you will ascend for around an hour and descend to reach Chomrong village where you will spend overnight. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Himalayan Hotel (2,840m/9,318ft); 6 hours.
The trail descends to the Chomrong River. You will cross a bridge and ascend for around an hour to Sinuwa Danda from where you will get to see amazing views of rolling green hills. Further, the trail goes through dense forests and take you to Bamboo. You will then gradually climb up to reach Himalayan Hotel situated near large Hinko Cave beneath Hiunchuli Peak (6,441 m).
Trek to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3,700m/12,140ft); 4 hours.
Leaving Himalayan Hotel behind, you will trek on the glacier and pass a moraine. Crossing a small bridge, you will reach Deurali. From here onwards, you will only get to see high alpine shrubs and bushes. The trail then ascends along the Modi river and take you to Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m/13,549ft); 3 hours.
Today, the trail will lead you to the famous Annapurna Base Camp. Trekking on a grassy slope, you will reach ABC from where you will get to see a stunning landscape view along with panoramic views of Mt. Annapurna (8,091 m), and numerous other mountains. Overnight in a lodge.
Acclimatization & short hike around; climbing preparation.
This is your rest day to acclimate your body with the increased altitude. You will spend exploring around and preparing for Tent Peak climbing. Today, the guide will also give you a brief about the route ahead and teach you some climbing techniques. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Tent Peak Base Camp (4,460m /14,632ft); 5 hours.
From ABC, you will begin trekking on a rocky moraine covered with snow. Further, you will walk on the icy trail for around an hour and reach the south glacier of Annapurna. The trail will present you with outstanding views of Himalayan mountains. Trekking gradually on the rugged glacial path, you will Tent Peak Base Camp for night stay. Overnight in a camp.
Climb to Tent Peak High Camp (5,210m/17,093ft); 4 hours.
After having breakfast, you slowly ascend towards Tent Peak High Camp. The trail will be short and also give you enough time to acclimatize before pushing towards the summit. Ascending on a steep trail, you will reach the high camp where you will stop for the night. Overnight in a camp.
Summit Tent Peak (5,663m/18,579ft) and return to High Camp.
Today, you will wake up early in the morning and have some warm breakfast. after that, you will begin ascending on a steep snowy slope. On the way, you may encounter a few technical sections and reach the top of the Tent Peak from where breath-taking views of the Himalayan panorama can be seen. After soaking the beauty, you will descend back to High Camp. Overnight in a camp.
Return back to Annapurna Base Camp; 5-6 hours.
After having breakfast, you will descend to Annapurna Base Camp retracing the same trail. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek Back to Bamboo (2,310m/7,578ft); 6 hours.
The trail from here mostly includes a downhill walk with a few ascends. Retracing the same trail, you will reach Deurali. From here, you will trek through dense forest and reach Bamboo. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Jhinu Dada (1,760m/5,774ft); 5 hours
The trek begins with a short steep climb to Khuldi Ghar. From here, you will descend to Sinuwa Danda. The trail then further descend to Chomrong Khola. Crossing this Khola on a bridge, you will trek for around an hour and reach Chomrong village. You will then ascend to Chomrong ridge and descend to Jhinu Danda. Overnight in a lodge.
Trek to Nayapul 5 hours walk & 2 hours drive to Pokhara.
After having breakfast, you will descend and reach Modi Khola. From here, you will trek through terraced fields and small villages. The trail the pass by a forested area and lead you to Bhirethati. A short walk from here will lead you to Nayapul from where you will hop on a van and drive back to Pokhara. Overnight in a hotel.
Drive to Kathmandu.
Today, you will drive back to Kathmandu following the same route. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you will move to your hotel. Rest of the day is free for you to explore around and do some shopping. Later, in the evening, you will have a farewell dinner organized by the company for the successful completion of the trip as well as trusting us to be your travel partner. Overnight in a hotel.
After having breakfast, one of the members of our team will help you check-out of the hotel. He will move you to the Airport to take your flight back to your home or next destination.
More about this tour
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 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 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.
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.
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
- 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