Annapurna Circuit Challenge

Trek Annapurna Circuit - April 2018

We are pleased to offer this spectacular trip to those adventurous types who wish to raise money for our projects and at the same time have an unforgettable experience in Nepal. Trek the famous Annapurna region and spend time in Kathmandu and Pokhara, as well as visiting one of our projects in Nepal to see directly the work we are doing out there. Participants are required to fundraise for this trip, as well as booking their own flights to Kathmandu. A £200 deposit is required to sign up. The trek is non-technical, but we recommend a decent level of fitness! We will be able to guide you through everything, from what gear you need to take, to help with fundraising advice. Read on for more detailed info!

The adventure starts in Kathmandu...

Day one, arrive in Kathmandu

Participants are required to book their own flights to Kathmandu, to arrive on the date specified. We offer this flexibility because it makes it easier for people to fly from wherever is most convenient for them, wherever in the world they are coming from. Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport by either your team leader or one of our Nepalese partners, and taken to the hotel. We will spend the first day recovering from the long journey and exploring Kathmandu.

Day Two, school visit

On our second day we will take a short journey from Kathmandu to visit one of the schools that Build With Nepal is supporting. You will be able to see first hand the work that your fundraising has contributed to.

Day Three, the trek starts...

No technical climbing experience required

but some basic fitness is recommended!

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April 2018

The dates for the trip are April 2018. The exact dates have not yet been finalised, but the trip will require a minimum of 17 days, with the option to extend the trip if you have time.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Visit to Build With Nepal school project
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu – Besisahar & trek Bhulbule
Day 04: Trek Jagat (1 330 m)
Day 05: Trek Dharapani (1 960 m)
Day 06: Trek Chame (2 650 m)
Day 07: Trek Pisang (3 240 m)
Day 08: Trek Bragha (3 460 m)
Day 09: Trek Manang (3 540 m)
Day 10: Trek Yak Kharka (4 020 m)
Day 11: Trek Thorung Phedi High Camp (4 540m)
Day 12: Trek Muktinath (3 760 m)
Day 13: Trek Jomson (2 710 m)
Day 14: Flight to Pokhara (820 m)

optional days in Pokhara if you want to extend the trip

Day 15: Fly Pokhara to Kathmandu
Day 16: Kathmandu free day, sightseeing
Day 17: Fly out Kathmandu

From the point where we arrive in Pokhara, the trip is considered to be now independent travel so you are free to do as you wish, to either extend the trip should you have time, or immediately return to Kathmandu to fly home!

Interested but need more info? Don’t be shy, let’s talk!

Pokhara

Sunrise over Annapurna base camp

Fundraising

If you are completely new to the world of fundraising or a even seasoned pro – we can offer help and support to assist the process, and give advice based on our own experiences of what works and what doesn’t, so you don’t have to go through the trial and error yourself! We can give you our top tips and tell you some proven strategies, but if you want to get creative then it’s anything your imagination can think of, and every penny helps!