Annapurna circuit yoga trek-16 Days 2024\2025Annapurna circuit yoga trek-16 Days 2024\2025

Annapurna Circuit Yoga Trek - 16 Days 2024\2025

Key Information
  • Duration16 Days
  • Difficulty LevelModerate
  • Max Altitude5416m
  • Arrival Cityktm
  • Best TimeSummer season (June, July & August)
  • Group Size1-16

Embark on a profound journey of self-discovery with our Trekking Yoga Tour in the majestic Annapurna Circuit of Nepal. This transformative adventure is a harmonious blend of physical exploration and inner reflection, inviting you to experience the heights of the sacred mountains and the depths of your inner self.

As you step into the vibrant city of Kathmandu, a sense of spirituality envelops you. The journey begins with an opening ceremony, setting the tone for the transformative days ahead. From lush valleys and charming villages to higher altitudes and sacred passes, each step on the Annapurna Circuit becomes a metaphor for your personal journey.

Daily yoga sessions amidst awe-inspiring landscapes provide a unique opportunity to connect with nature and ground yourself in the present moment. Whether it's the gentle flow in the valleys or the breathwork at higher altitudes, the yoga practices adapt to the changing energy of the surroundings.

Meditation sessions offer moments of stillness, allowing you to delve into the depths of your inner being. Against the backdrop of the Annapurna range, you explore the profound connection between the outer and inner worlds, finding solace and inspiration in the mountains' timeless presence.

As you ascend to the challenging Thorong La Pass and descend to the sacred site of Muktinath, the physical and spiritual landscapes evolve. Rituals and practices at these sacred locations deepen the transformative journey within, leaving an indelible mark on your soul.

Descending through Mustang's arid landscapes, the yoga practices guide you through movement, breathwork, and meditation, encouraging a sense of surrender and acceptance. The journey concludes in Jomsom with a closing ceremony, offering a space for reflection, gratitude, and integration of the transformative experiences.

Return to Kathmandu marks the end of this soul-stirring adventure, leaving you with a renewed sense of self and a connection to the sacred mountains that transcends the physical. Join us on this Trekking Yoga Tour, where the outer and inner landscapes converge, and the Annapurna Circuit becomes a gateway to profound self-discovery and transformation. Embrace the call of the mountains and embark on a journey that transcends boundaries, inviting you to explore the heights of your potential and the depths of your inner being.

What to expect from the trip:

1. Daily Yoga: Immerse yourself in daily yoga sessions amidst breathtaking landscapes. From gentle flows in the valleys to grounding practices at higher altitudes, each session adapts to the energy of the surroundings, fostering a deep connection with nature and self.

2. Meditation: Find moments of stillness and introspection against the backdrop of the sacred mountains. Guided meditation sessions encourage a profound exploration of your inner world, allowing you to tap into a sense of peace and mindfulness that the mountains inspire.

3. Walking Through Sacred Mountains: Traverse the Annapurna Circuit, a sacred realm where every step becomes a pilgrimage. The majestic peaks serve as constant companions, inviting you to witness their grandeur and connect with the powerful energies that emanate from these sacred heights.

4. Visiting Power Places: Explore the spiritual sanctuaries scattered along the route, including Muktinath, a site revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. Engage in rituals and practices that amplify the transformative energy of these power places, leaving you with a profound sense of connection and reverence.

5. Diving Deeper into Nepali Culture: Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Nepali culture as you traverse charming villages and interact with locals. From traditional ceremonies to authentic cuisine, this journey offers an authentic cultural experience, providing insights into the warmth and hospitality of the Nepali people.

6. Connection with Nature: The trek is not just a physical adventure but a communion with the natural world. Marvel at diverse landscapes, from lush valleys to arid terrains, and witness the resilience of life in the Himalayas. The mountains become not just a backdrop but active participants in your transformative journey.

7. Integration of Mind, Body, and Spirit: Through the synergy of daily yoga, meditation, and the sacred surroundings, experience a profound integration of mind, body, and spirit. The trek becomes a holistic practice, aligning your inner self with the majestic external environment.

8. Reflective Moments: As you navigate the challenges of the trail, find reflective moments that offer insights into your personal journey. The mountains, with their timeless wisdom, become mirrors reflecting your strengths, resilience, and the infinite potential within.


Your Yoga Teacher - Yegor Yeremeev @yegor_yogaflame:

Yegor is a dedicated yoga and movement guide with extensive experience teaching workshops, retreats, and festivals globally. His devotion to practice transformed his life from a lawyer in Russia to a traveling yogi—shifting from depression and addictions to wonder and awe in life.

Blending the latest scientific insights with time-honored traditions, Yegor makes yoga accessible and enjoyable for practitioners. His emphasis lies in creating transformative experiences for each person, drawing from his own profound journey.

Currently based in Bali, Yegor continually educates himself in the realms of body movement, spiritual practices, nutrition, self-development, and human optimization. With over a thousand hours of training behind him, he brings a wealth of knowledge to his teachings.


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  • Pre-trip discussion, and safety briefing on the trek
  • Meet up with trek members
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1335m
  • Last minute shopping for personal ites before the trip
  • Interact with your guide and do some shopping for your trek
  • Spend night in Kathmandu
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Mealsbreakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1335m
  • New daylights start the day, and you devour your breakfast early in the morning
  • Then we start an exciting long drive of 7 – 8 hours to Besisahar from Kathmandu
  • On the way, we will admire the captivating views of countryside scenery, mid-hill geography, high streams, and Himalayan Rivers
  • The high torrent flowing river offers you a prospect of rafting which can be an excellent extension to your trekking
  • Overnight in Bhulbhule
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time7-8 hours
  • Maximum Altitude840 m/2726ft
  • The first half of the hike follows the Marshyangdi River, which divides the Annapurna Massifs
  • We keep walking the west bank of the river and cross the bridge before climbing through terraced fields to reach Khudi
  • The trail up the Marsyangdi valley offers enchanting views of snow-clad mountains.-Manaslu (8,156m), Himalchuli (7,893m), and Boudha Himal (6,672m)
  • A steady hike from here takes us to Bahundanda – a brahmin village
  • Cross the suspension bridge before climbing high above the river along the steep hillsides of rhododendron and pine forests to Jagat
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time4-5 hours
  • Maximum Altitude1290m/4232ft
  • After breakfast, we cross the suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River
  • Then climb steadily to the astounding village of Tal
  • The trail then continues past barley, wheat, and potato fields and through lush pine forest before river again in Khotro
  • The trail continues ahead to Dhaparani – one of the largest Tibetan villages in Manang valley nestled at the juncture of two rivers
  • There are numerous villages and farmlands along the way
  • With the scenery of the river and the forests that will keep you occupied during the walk
  • Overnight at Dharapani
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/d
  • Time4-5 hours
  • Maximum Altitude1860m/ 6010ft
  • Today we first trek to Bagarchhap village which has maize fields and an apple orchard.
  • Then from there you ascend Tyanja following the forested path to a river and up-to  headquarter zone at Chame.
  • You can see Annapurna 2 mountain peaks very near from here. Overnight in Chame.
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time5-6 hours
  • Maximum Altitude2630m/ 8200 ft
  • Passing through a forested path to a rock face brings you to a steep side of the valley.
  • We continue walking to Pisang seeing the backdrops of Paungda danda.
  • Overnight in Pisang.
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time5-6 hours
  • Maximum Altitude3300m /10890m
  • Spectacular view of Mt. Annapurna III, Gangapurna, Chulu west, Tilicho peak and many more 
  • Trek passes through lush subalpine forest
  • Explore himalayan settalments
  • Overnight stay at Nawal.
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time3-4 hours
  • Maximum Altitude3650m/ 12095ft
  • This trail ensures an impressive view of the landscapes and the massive mountains, including Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Chulu, and Pisang
  • As we gain elevation, we start seeing a contrast change in the landscape and vegetation
  • The cold and dry climate makes the trek quite challenging
  • A short visit to Braga monastery before Manang would be great refreshment.
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time2-3 hours
  • Maximum Altitude3440m/ 11242ft
  • From Manang, the trail crosses a stream and rises to the Tenki village before climbing out of the Marshyangdi valley
  • The trail then follows the northward trail, walk past few pastures and dwarf trees to gain elevation
  • Eventually, we reach the small village of Ghunsa, and from here, we walk through yak-grazing meadows
  • Cross the small wooden bridge and rise along the ancient old Mani wall to reach the small village of Yak Kharka
  • Overnight in Yak Kharka
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time3-4 hours
  • Maximum Altitude4110m/13,448ft
  • The trail from Yak Kharka to ThorongPhedi is steeply uphill
  • We walk for a while to cross the suspension bridge
  • After the suspension bridge, we reach Ledar village, and from here, we ascend furthermore through daunting cliffs to reach ThorongPhedi village
  • On the way, the trail rewards us with impressive views of Mt. Gudang, Mt. Syagang, Thorung Peak, and Mt. Khatungkan
  • The word Phedi in Nepalese dialect refers to the foot of a mountain
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time3-4 hours
  • Maximum Altitude4600m/ 15,092ft
  • Today is the day that we have been desperately waiting for. We start very early, at around 4 AM, to avoid mid-morning clouds and strong afternoon winds.
  • We need to ascend 1,000m and drop down 1,600m to Muktinath valley
  • Thorong La Pass at 5,416m is a col between Thorung Peak (6,211m/20,378ft) and astounding Yakwakang (6,482m/15,434ft)
  • The flag beautified summit of Pass offers an incredible snowy view to the east behind
  • To the west is dramatic arid brown scenery formed by the rain-parched nature of Kali Gandaki valley
  • On the opposite side of the valley are the immense Dhaulagiri and the mountains of Dolpo dominating the skyline
  • From Yak Kharka, we climb steeply with the promise of delightful views on every rise in altitude
  • At one point, we need to climb the side of ancient moraine beyond which the route rises gradually
  • After short rest and photos, we drop down to Muktinath
  • We need to be careful as we drop down over loose gravel that needs optimal care at the initial part
  • Later the downward trail becomes rocker and easier to tackle
  • The significant Buddhist and Hindu temple, Muktinath, will be reached by the later afternoon
  • Overnight in Muktinath
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time7-8 hours
  • Maximum Altitude5416m/17,769ft
  • Today is the last day of our trek on its incredible peak
  • We will walk through Kagbeni or Lupra along the arid Kali Gandaki Valley to reach Jomsom
  • Jomsom is a strong windy town in a cold valley
  • Here we can enjoy dramatic views of Tilicho Mountain and beautiful wet hills
  • Overnight in Jomsom
  • Accommodation Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time4-5 hours
  • Maximum Altitude2600m/8530m
  • Today we take the public buses with the scenic Trans-Himalayan to reach Pokhara
  • During clear weather, we will catch dramatic views of mountain peaks
  • Overnight in Pokhara.
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • MealsB/L
  • Time6-7 hours
  • Maximum Altitude822m/ 2697 ft
  • After breakfast, we drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu via Damauli, Dumre, Mugling, and Kurintar
  • Kurintaris the place where the Cable car is operated to reach the Manakamana temple
  • From Naubise, we drive to Thankot, the gateway to Kathmandu
  • Finally, reach the hotel and its comfortable beddings
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Time7-8 hours

After breakfast and our last day in Kathmandu, our vehicle and escorts will be on standby to drop you to the international airport three hours before our scheduled flight back home. We pray for your Safe journey and will reflect on the wonderful times we spent together. We hope to see you again someday.Namaste!

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