The Annapurna massif is located in north-central Nepal and gets its name from the Hindu goddess of food and nourishment. Some of the world’s most challenging and breathtaking peaks lie on this gigantic Himalayan massif, which you can visit on a shorter and more accessible 2-week program, or on a longer, more challenging 2-month expedition. Discover the breathtaking mountains of this stunning massif with one of the guides at Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. The mountains are calling!
Discover the awe-inspiring Annapurna massif of a unique Himalayan mountain climbing adventure. Choose from a shorter 2-week Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek, or go on a longer 1-month program to some of the most amazing spots of this Nepalese beauty. Whichever your choice, make sure to go with one of the certified mountain guides at Explore-Share.com that can help you with acclimatization and logistics, as well as point you in the best direction!
Nepal has 4 seasons: spring which is warm with rain showers, summer which is very warm and is monsoon season, autumn is cool with clear skies, and winter can reach very cold temperatures. Altitude will considerably affect weather as well. Additionally, much of the Annapurna massif lies in a rain shadow, which means that it is possible to trek outside of the regular trekking season on some of its routes.
Nepali, as well as a number of regional languages including Maithili and Bhojpuri
Fly in to Kathmandu and then arrange a local flight and transfer to the starting point of your trek, which will vary depending on the route. Make sure to check with your guide for the best options, most often, local transfers are included in the trip.
The most popular hiking season in Nepal is during October and November.
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