Q:How High is Annapurna 
A: 8091m from sea level.

Q: How High is Annapurna Base camp/ Throng la / Poon Hill  ?
A: 4130m /5416m / 3210m / from sea level.

Q:Where is the Best View for Annapurna Himalayas range 
A: During the trekking in Annapurna region we can see best view of annapurna : From Pokhara , Dhampus , Australian Camp , Chandrakot, Ghandruk , Landruk , Chhomrong , Annapurna Base camp , chame , Upper pisang , Ngawal , Gharu , Manang, Thorong Phedi , Kalopani, Ghorepani, Poon hill during Kathmandu to pokhara drive , From all these places we can see Annapurna himalaya range in a different angle and Different shape

Q:What is the most Popular trekking in Annapurna region ?

  • Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking route
  • Annapurna Base camp Trekking route
  • Round annapurna Trekking route
  • Tilicho lake Trekking route
  • Mardi Himal Trekking route
  • Jomsom Muktinath Trekking route
  • Panchase trekking Trekking route

Q:Is Annapurna region trek is dangerous ? 
A: Yes and no. Altitude can kill but it isn’t likely. If you take your time and acclimatize properly you should be fine. some lowland Part have no problrm of Altitude

Q: Is the trek difficult or easy?
A: It is a moderate level hike. There are easy afternoons of rolling flats and difficult steep climbs but overall it is manageable for someone with little or no trekking experience. With proper training you should be able to complete the trek. However, even with proper training you can get altitude sickness which means you must return to a lower elevation.

Q: Do you need travel insurance for Annapurna Trekking?
A: Yes. Definitely purchase travel insurance and make sure it will cover you at high altitudes. If you need to be airlifted down you will want to be covered by your insurance

Q: How likely is altitude sickness?
A: Unless you live at a high altitude it is impossible to truly train for the altitude. Altitude sickness (AMS) can strike anyone no matter your fitness lever. The key is to take your time and walk slow. A good rule of thumb is to climb high and sleep low to help with acclimatization. In groups of trekkers there are people who do not make it but my group of 6 all made it. Anyone can make it but take your time on the way up.

Q: Can I drink the tap water on the trek or buy it all the way?
A: You can save money and environment (and plastic bottles) by packing iodine pills to purify your water. This method of choice every morning before the trek. I used the tap to fill up my bottle every morning and again at lunch/dinner. I followed the instructions of my guide but resumed using tap water on the way down.

Q: How much water should I drink?
A: Water is very important while trekking and at high altitudes. Drink 3 liters before lunch and 3 liters after. I tried to drink less after dinner to minimize cold bathroom breaks in the middle of the night. Getting out of your warm sleeping bag isn’t fun. I recommend drinking at least 4 liters a day

Q: How many hours we need to trek everyday?
A: 4 to 7 hours a day.