Annapurna I Expeditions 8091 meter lies in the Annapurna range in the mid west Nepal in the Gandaki Zone. The Latitude and Longitude will be 28 35 45 83 49 20 respectively.
A Royalty of US $10,000. Has been fixed for 8,000m above for a team consisting of 7 members. The team may include 5 more members provided it pays extra US. $ 15, 00. For each additional member. To climb any peaks above 7 to 8,000 m or above needs a Government Liaison Officer all his expenses throughout the trip has to be paid by the Expedition team.
The above Government Rate is subject to change anytime, on which we will keep you informed if interested for this expeditions please let us know for the exact cost and Nepal Mountaineering Government Rules and Regulation.
There are main two places where you can start your climbing one is from the inner Annapurna Base Camp at Annapurna Sanctuary and the other way is from Lete in the Kali Gandaki Valley route. From Lete near Kalopani and Tatopani takes at least two-three days to reach the base from the near village of Lete the climb is technical and it is more rocky and ice from this North West Face.
From the Sanctuary which is the South East Face it is more like a complete wall or a fortress of rocks and ice the climb can be very strenuous and high technical depending upon the good weather and your with your ability.
Apart from the Government Royalty fee and other expenses.
Other expenses from the organised trekking & climbing company will be Climbing Sherpa, cooks, kitchen boys, guides, porters, camping equipment, foods, Insurance, wages and incentives plus transportation expenses of all the crew & climbing members, all applicable permits & park fees, climbing equipment allowance to the staff.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Preparation for the Expedition.
Day 04: Drive to Pokhara.
Day 05: Drive to Benin d transfer to other Bus and Jeeps for the drive to Lete / Kalopani
Day 06 – 07 – 08: On route to Annapurna North West BC.
Day 09 – 10: At Base Camp.
Day 11: Trek to ABC.
Day 12: Rest day at leisure for exploration of the route and around.
Day 13: Rest Day preparation for the climb.
Day 14 – 33: Climbing day for 20 days.
Day 34: Return back to Base Camp.
Day 35: Cleaning day of the base camp.
Day 36 – 37: Trek towards Lete.
Day 38: Transfer the gear and drive to Pokhara via Tatopani and Beni.
Day 39: Drive to Kathmandu.
Day 40 – 41: In Kathmandu.
Day 42: International Departure.
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