Months: April-December Special Focus: Tilich Lake Area: Annapurna
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The Tilicho Lake route between Manang and Marpha is a spectacular but much tougher alternative to the standard Thorung La route. In the past this trek had been considered off limits, being part of an area restricted for military training. However, recently it was realised that the restrictions apply only to part of the area and so it is still possible to trek there without entering the restricted region. The route crosses three 5000m passes and requires two to three nights camping. The trail itself is infrequently used and traverses some difficult terrain including steep, unstable scree slopes. But a Great Trek with great views – This area was first explored by Herzog on the first ascent of Annapurna 1 – spectacular!


Camping and Tea house Trip.

Day- 01:
Drive to trailhead Bensisahar (760m) – Bhulbhule (840m)
7 hours drive.

Day- 02: Drive to Chame (2630m)

Day- 03:
Chame (2630m) – Pisang (3200m)

Day- 04:
Pisang (3200m) – Manang (3500m)

Day- 05:
Acclimatization day at Manang

Day- 06:
Manang (3500M) – Khangsar (3734m)

Day- 07:

Khaangsar (3734m) – Tilicho Base Camp (4120m)

Day- 08:
Tilichio Lake (4919)

Day- 09:
Exploration day around Tilicho lake

Day- 10:
Via Mesokantu la pass (5315m) – Jomsom (2710m)

Day- 11:
Jomsom to Pokhara by jeep.

Bus Kathmandu


Minimum 2 Pax – €999 per person

Camping accommodation in tents and tea houses, food (except bar bill), staff Guide and porter all their all expenses including insurance, ACAP entry fee, Tims card, ground transportation and governmental taxes, Internal flights.

Prices Do not include:
Personal nature expenses like laundry, communication, shopping etc,

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