An Ecological beauty at its best, moderate nature trek with mixed of spectacular mountain view to the foot of majestic Mountain Annapurna. The trail takes you through fascinating traditional villages, ethnic Gurung & Magar communities, and enjoy the hospitality. The trek continues through dense rhododendron and bamboo forest and surrounded by towering snowy peaks. Landscapes and welcoming local folk have fascinated trekkers to the region for many years, and hiking its well-cut lush green trails is a truly Himalayan characteristic of epic proportions, the venture can be done camping or tea-house style, and both have their merits. You can now also do this trek in luxurious alpine style, in pretty luxurious lodges with “ThankYouIndonesia™”
The Annapurna is a high glacial basin surrounded by eleven of Nepal’s major peaks and is accessed by a deep gorge that carves through this mountain fortress.
Annapurna Base Camp, offers you a great experience to explore the mountains and enjoy their magic.
Let’s get hike!
Adventure trip to Annapurna Base Camp above approximately 4130 metres above sea level, will be a great experience, to do this activities endurance and stamina will be supporting you to enjoying the moments, which means we supposed to be fun!
There was no special requirements such an having experience in hiking or climbing mountains, a long the way through Everest Base Camp are moderately safe, foot track coridoor are commontly using for local traditional transportation such a Donkey / Mule and Yak, generaly the track are dominate by rocky land along backside of the mountain with sloping egde quite safe. The hardest part are start on the last Village/Camp going through the top peak 8848 masl, that we’re not going there.
But to build and support our stamina during the trip it’s a must things to do, all participants at least do a basic field trip training for this event, we strongly suggest to do few tips below,
Training Tips and Exercises
Proper preparation will significantly increase your likelihood of success, improve the quality of your days on the trail and decrease the likelihood of overuse injuries.
Attitude, in every phase of the hike process, is as important as any physical, logistical or technological element. From the first weeks of planning your journey, to your first and last days on the trail, maintaining an open mind and keep calm attitude in dealing with obstacles is crucial.
Continued focus on taking small steps (often literally) in the direction of the goal, you need to confront your fear, doubt and aweariness.
The physical preparation needed to cover the millions of steps and hundreds of miles of the trail varies from person to person. Your age, health and current fitness level, among many other things, all factor into how much preparation you will need.
Keep in mind that the early days and weeks of the hike itself will be a significant source of fitness development. However, remember before you start any workout regime, it’s a good idea to consult with your doctor.
Even if you’ve been walking regularly, the demands of hiking (hills and rough terrain) require more from your cardiovascular system, your muscles, and even your balance.
Going downhill may be easy on your lungs, but your legs are working harder to prevent you from falling forward. Even if you walk 4 to 5 miles a day, allow at least 3 to 4 weeks to train for a 5- mile hike.
Prime Your Heart To get the proper aerobic conditioning for a 5-mile hike, walk 30 to 45 minutes, 3 days a week, varying the incline. On a fourth day, do a longer walk, preferably outside on hilly terrain. Each week, increase the long walk until you’re doing at least two-thirds of the distance of your first hike (about 31/2 miles if you’ll be hiking 5 miles).
Prep Your Muscles You’ll need to build balance, flexibility, and strength in your leg and back muscles to tackle hills. And it helps to condition your back and shoulders if you’re going to carry a pack. For each of the first four exercises, do one to three sets of 8 to 12 repetitions, 2 or 3 days a week:
1. One-Leg Squats (targets front and back of thighs and butt). With your left hand on a wall, balance on your left leg, bending your right leg behind you. Maintaining an upright posture, lower your body toward the floor by bending your left knee. Keep an eye on your left foot, and stop bending before your knee extends beyond your toes. Hold, then slowly stand back up. Repeat with the other leg. Advanced: Extend the free leg in front.
2. Step-Ups/Step-Downs or Steps Ups Stairs (targets front and back of thighs, butts and calves). Place your left foot on an 8 to 12″ high aerobic step, then step up with your right foot. Next, step down in front of the step with your left and then your right foot. Turn to face the step and repeat, beginning with your right foot. If this is too easy, you can hold dumbbells at your sides (If you don’t have an aerobic step, slowly walk up and down stairs).
3. Shrugs (targets shoulders and upper back). Holding dumbbells at your sides, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Without moving your arms, lift your shoulders toward your ears. Hold, then slowly lower.
4. Back Extensions (targets the lower back). Lie face down with your arms folded and your hands under your chin. Keeping your feet and hips on the floor, lift your chin and chest about 3 to 5 inches. Hold, then slowly lower.
Figure-4 Stretch (targets the back of thighs, butt, and back). Sitting on the floor, extend your right leg in front of you. Bend your left knee, and rest the sole of your left foot against your right inner thigh. Lean forward, reaching toward your right ankle (Keep your back straight for more of a leg stretch; round your back for more of a back stretch). Hold for 30 seconds, then switch sides. Do one to three stretches on each side.
So, see you at Senayan.
Steer clear of alcohol, beer, coffee. 2 weeks before and during trekking. You should have travel insurance that includes emergency air lift. Do make sure that the package includes coverage for trekking to 5,364m above sea level, and emergency air lift.
|Mar 18 - 24, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Apr 4 - 10, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Apr 18 - 24, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Apr 29 - May 6, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|May 16 - 24, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Oct 1 - 7, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Oct 18 - 24, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Nov 2 - 9, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Nov 17 - 24, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|Dec 21 - 27, 2016||8 Days||USD 1212*|
|*Subject valid for minimum 10 pax|
– Airport transfers.
– All grounds transportation vehicle.
– National Park fees.
– Guides on trek.
– Porterage on trek.
– English Speaking friendly Guide and Potters
|Mar 18 - 24, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Apr 4 - 10, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Apr 18 - 24, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Apr 29 - May 6, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|May 16 - 23, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Oct 1 -7, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Oct 18 - 24, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Nov 2 - 9, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Nov 17 - 24, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|Dec 21 - 27, 2016||7 Days||USD 616*|
|*Subject valid for minimum 10 pax|
– Excess bag charges.
– Flight and Airport departure taxes.
– Personal gears.
– Optional trips and sightseeing if extend.
– Nepal airport entry visas
– Extras on the trek in/out such as bottled drinks, showers and laundry
– Personal clothing and equipment
– Personal and Travel Insurance/ Trip Cancellation Insurance/Medical Evacuation Insurance
– Gratuities (Tips) for guides and Sherpa staff are your responsibilities