Annapurna I Expedition (8,091m)
Annapurna I Expedition (8,091m)
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Annapurna (8,091) is an enormous Himalayan massif, the tenth highest mountain in the world. In 1950, it became the first 8,000 meter mountain to be successfully climbed. It is located east of great gorge cut through the Himalaya by the Kali Gandaki River. The mountain has the glaciers on its western and north western slopes, which drain into this gorge.Annapurna is a Sanskrit name that can be translated as goddess of harvests or more simply the provider. Of Annapurna's many highs peaks, five are labeled using some variations of the name Annapurna. Of these, the two highest (Annapurna I and II), stand like bookends at the western and eastern ends of the massif.


Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, transfers to hotel and welcome dinner in the evening 
Day 02: Full day Guided Tour in Kathmandu valley. Checking the equipment & packing, introduction between our staffs and members concerning how do communicate each other 
Day 03: Briefing at Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Tourism Industry Division. 
Day 04: By Bus: Kathmandu to Beni.
Day 05: Beni to Tatopani
Day 06: Tatopani to Ghasa
Day 07: Ghasa to Lete
Day 08: Lete to Thulo Bugin
Day 09: Thulo Bugin to Thulo Bugin Pass
Day 10: Thulo Bugin Pass to Mristi Khola
Day 11: Mristi Khola to Base camp
Day 12 – 50: Climbing 
Day 51: Base Camp to Thulo Bugin
Day 52: Thulo Bugin to Lete
Day 53: Lete to Tatopani
Day 54: Tatopani to Beni
Day 55: By Bus: Beni to Kathmandu
Day 56: Debriefing at Tourism Industry Division
Day 57: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping and other activities 
Day 58: Departure.