Annapurna Circuit trekking with Tilicho Base Camp


20 Days






Guest House and Hotel

Best Season

Spring, Autumn




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Trip Highlight:

  • Combination of two most popular destinations in Annapurna region.
  • Breathtaking views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu.
  • Annapurna region is known for its stunning natural beauty, including snow-capped mountains, lush forests, sparkling rivers, and traditional villages.
  • Offers a glimpse into the local way of life, including unique traditions, customs, and beliefs as the trek passes through traditional Nepalese villages inhabited by Gurung, Magar, and Thakali people.
  • Explore Tilicho Lake, one of the highest lakes in the world which are located at an altitude of 4919 meters.
  • Tilicho Lake is a sacred site for both Hindu and Buddhist people.
  • Explore Annapurna Base Camp which is located at an altitude of 4130 meters and offers panoramic views of Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Machhapuchre.
  • Natural hot spring where you can relax and soothe your muscles after a long day of trekking.


Annapurna Circuit Trek and the Tilicho Lake Trek are combined treks. It also includes Ice Lake. One of the most popular treks in Nepal allows you to travel a well-known route that is embellished with a variety of topographic features. An opportunity to experience local hospitality and stay in family-run teahouses is presented by this excursion. As you pass by the mani walls, spin the Buddhist prayer wheels and offer a prayer to the mountain gods. Pay respects at monasteries and old village squares along the way. Engage with locals and get a taste of alpine cultures. Experience the breathtaking grandeur of the ice-covered lakes and towering peaks. Reach the edge of the Tibetan plateau by taking on the difficult job of climbing Thorong La, a high pass.

The Annapurna Circuit, also known as the Annapurna Round Trek, is a legendary long-distance trip that is unmatched in the Himalayas. You may access one of the most well-known trekking routes in the world by undertaking the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake Trek, a traditional trek in the Nepal Himalayas. Hiking the Annapurna Circuit enables you to make a loop in the Annapurna region, which is a favorite of many hikers who have gone to the Himalayas. Along the way, you pass through terraced fields that are covered in lush greenery and arid landscapes framed by lofty, ice mountains.

Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Base Camp trek have many highlights, including the fascinating walk past the Marshyangdi and Kali Gandaki River valleys, overcoming the difficult Thorong La Pass (bordering Tibet), and the thrilling hike through the Kali Gandaki gorge to Muktinath, a holy mountain shrine revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. But the excursion via the glacial lakes of Tilicho Lake, Ice Lake, and Thorong La Pass will stick in your memory. Go down to Muktinath after crossing the Thorong La. Afterward, travel to Jomsom, a highland town.

Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek allows you to see more than a dozen of magnificent mountains – Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna II, Mt. Annapurna III, Mt. Annapurna IV, Mt. Annapurna south, Mt. Nilgiri, Mt. Fishtail also called Mt. Machhapuchhare (6,998m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6,441m), Mt. Lamjung Himal, Tukuche peak, and Tilicho peak.

The best trekking package for the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake trek is offered by Vehicle Nepal, a reputable and officially recognized business in Nepal. Along with the hiking package, we can also set up lodging, amenities, accessibility, and any other services that visitors would like.  Our organization provides knowledgeable guides and porters that have undergone extensive training and have years of expertise. Additionally, they can assist you with any issue that arises during the trip.

Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek route

Your Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake route begins with an overland journey from Kathmandu to Besishar and then to Jagat, where you may take in the scenery of the nearby mountain range and its picturesque villages, terraced farms, and villages. The trek itself begins at Jagat to Dharapani and goes to Chame which is the administrative center for the Manang district. Incredible views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna III may be had from the route. We will spend the night in Chame before traveling to Pisang passing over the trail that provides a view of the Paungda Danda Rock face.

Then, you travel from Pisang to Manang where you can observe Tibetan-style towns and magnificent high peaks like Gangapurna, Tilicho, and Pisang Peak from the trail. After acclimatizing for a day in Manang, you will travel the next day to Siri Kharka. You hike to Tilicho Base Camp from Siri Kharka and spend the night there. It will be a memorable day when you arrive at spectacular Tilicho Lake, widely known as “The Great Ice Lake” in its own right. You can get breathtaking views of the immaculate lake water and magnificent, high mountains covered in snow from Tilicho Lake that are unmatched anyplace else in the world. Tilicho Lake is surrounded by the mountains Tilicho Himal, Annapurna Range, and Nilgiri Himal, which appear to be nature’s treasures. You will return to Siri Kharka to spend the night after arriving at Tilicho Lake.

You get up the next morning at Siri Kharka and begin your trip to Yak Kharka, your destination for the day. The blue sheep in Yak Kharka is renowned, and if you’re lucky, you might even spot a snow leopard. After spending the night at Yak Kharka, you will go to Thorong Phedi, a little town that is perfectly situated for navigating the Thorong La Hi-Pass. You might hike to High Camp for the night if conditions are good at Thorong Phedi. You get up extremely early in the morning at Thorong Phedi to get ready for the Thorong La Hi-Pass crossing and struggle through the chilly air and high-altitude exhaustion to reach Thorong La Pass. You can see the Annapurna Mountains to your south and the Himalayas stretching up to Tibet from the Thorong La Pass. You will descend to Muktinath, a Buddhist and Hindu holy site, after crossing the Thorong La Pass. We’ll be worn out by the time we get to Muktinath, so you’ll be spending the night there.

After spending the night in Muktinath, you will go directly to Tatopani. You will go via Jomsom, a thriving market in this area, on the route. You can take a dip in the naturally warm water in Tatopani, which is pronounced “hot water” in Nepali. Poon Hill is a well-liked stop along this walk, but to reach there, you must first go from Tatopani to Ghorepani via the towns of Sikha and Chitre. After spending the night at the Ghorepani, you will leave for Poon Hill the next morning to witness the dawn breaking at the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri massifs. Driving to Pokhara, Nepal’s tourist hub, after viewing the early sunrise from Poon Hill. Your trek will then come to an end when you back in Kathmandu.

Best time to visit Annapurna Circuit


Autumn (September to November) is also an excellent time to visit the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake. The weather during autumn is dry and stable, making it an ideal time for trekking. During the autumn season, the skies are clear which provides breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, and the temperature is mild, with average daytime temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius and nighttime temperatures around 5 degrees Celsius. The weather conditions are ideal for trekking, and the trails are generally less crowded than during the spring season.

Another advantage of trekking during autumn is the stunning fall foliage. The trees and bushes turn into a beautiful mix of red, orange, and gold, providing a fantastic contrast to the snow-capped peaks in the background. Autumn is an excellent time to visit the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake, offering stable weather conditions, breathtaking views, and less crowded trails.


Visit the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake during the spring season (March to May) is an excellent choice as the weather is ideal for trekking. During the spring, the weather is generally warm and dry, with clear skies, which provide stunning views of the surrounding peaks. The days are long, and the temperatures are mild, which makes it easier to trek for an extended period without getting too hot or cold.

Moreover, the spring season is the blooming season for rhododendrons, which provides a beautiful sight for trekkers. The rhododendrons come in various colors, including pink, red, and white, which create a colorful landscape throughout the trek. This season is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to enjoy the scenery and favorable weather conditions.


Trekking in the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake during the monsoon season (June to August) can be challenging due to the heavy rainfall and increased risk of landslides and floods. During the monsoon season, the trails can be muddy and slippery, making it difficult to trek. The rainfall can also cause landslides, which can make certain sections of the trek impassable. The weather can also be unpredictable, with cloudy skies and limited visibility, which can make it difficult to enjoy the stunning mountain views.

During monsoon season, the landscape is lush and green, with plenty of waterfalls and streams along the way. The monsoon season is also the off-season, so the trails are relatively quiet, and the accommodations may be cheaper than during peak season.  Trekking in Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake during the monsoon season can be challenging, but it can also be a unique and rewarding experience for those who are well-prepared and willing to take on additional changes.


Trekking in the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake during the winter season (December to February) can be challenging due to the colder temperatures, snow, and limited tea houses and lodges open along the trekking route. The temperature during the winter season can drop to below freezing at higher elevations, and snow can make the trail slippery and difficult to navigate. The upside of trekking during winter is that the trails are relatively quiet, and the views are stunning, with the snow-capped peaks providing a beautiful contrast to the clear blue skies. The visibility is generally excellent during the winter season, providing trekkers with stunning panoramic views.

It’s essential to pack the right gear, including warm clothing and proper trekking boots to stay warm and safe during the trek. During this season, this trek can be challenging but rewarding for those who are well-prepared and seeking unique adventures.


Welcome to Nepal. With a sign bearing your name or the name of your business, our representative will meet you at the arrival terminal at Tribhuvan International Airport. Then you’ll be driven in a private vehicle to your chosen hotel. Depending on the preferences of our guests and the size of the group, we can provide private transportation.

Overnight in Kathmandu

After a quick breakfast, you will depart from the hotel and board a private vehicle to Jagat via Besisahar. This route follows the Trishuli and Marsyangdi rivers and connects us to rural villages, farms, waterfalls, terrace fields, various vegetation, and scenic beauty alongside the road.

Overnight in Jagat

You go on your journey after breakfast. You first go from Jagat and arrive in Tal Village after going across a suspension bridge. You may see multiple waterfalls in Tal that are forming a river beside the white sand beaches. To get to Kodo, one of the largest settlements in Manang Valley, we must continue our trek past fields of barley, rice, and potatoes. However, you will keep on walking until you reach Dharapani, where you will spend the night, after climbing Stone Kani and over a suspension bridge.

Overnight in Dharapani

The trip today leads to Chame, the administrative center for the Manang district, after passing through a forest of pine, fir, oak, and maple trees. Green trees will surround you, and above you, Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7,525m) will be visible in stunning detail. You’ll also stop at a few small hot springs to unwind for a minute and, if you choose, take a dip in the water.

Overnight in Chame

To see the Paungda Danda Rock Face, a curving rock face rising 1500 meters from the Marshyandi River, you must hike through a small, steep valley. You can clearly see Pisang Peak in the northeast and Annapurna II in the south from this location. After witnessing the Paungda Danda Rock Face, you make your way down to the floor of the Manang Valley until you arrive in Pisang, your final stop for the day.

Overnight in Upper Pisang

You leave Pisang behind and trek on the higher Pisang routes via Geru. The north faces of Gangapurna, Tilicho, Pisang Peak, Annapurna II, III, and IV may all be seen from this path. You’ll notice that the air is becoming chilly, arid, and harsh as you ascend. Even in this tough climate, Tibetan-style communities may be found, and you shouldn’t miss a trip to the Barge Monastery, Manang’s biggest monastery.

Overnight in Manag

You will spend a day in Manang because by the time you get there, you will have climbed significantly in elevation and your body needs time to acclimate. Today is the day you will spend exploring Manang.  You trek up to Gangapurna Lake or Ice Lake in the morning, and then you can spend the day admiring the magnificent views of Annapurna III, Tilicho, Pisang, and Chulu Peaks. You may certainly visit Manang village as well.

Overnight in Manang

The journey from Manang to Siri Kharka is easy. By taking the upper route, you can descend to a river, cross it, and then continue on a trail through evergreen trees. You arrive at the Tibetan community of Khangsar after about three hours of walking, but you must continue on to Shiri Kharka. Beautiful views of Gungang Himal and Mt. Chulu can be found along the trails.

Overnight in Sri Kharka

You’ll head off for Tilicho Base Camp on your ninth day in the morning from Siri Kharka. Although the route should be straightforward, it does go through several regions that are at risk of landslides. You may see stunning snow peaks, such as Tilicho Peak, and impressive rock formations from the trails.

Overnight in Tilicho Base Camp

Since you will be seeing Tilicho Lake directly, this is one of the trek’s special days. To avoid the afternoon wind, though, you begin your day early at Tilicho Base Camp. You will reach Tilicho Lake, one of the highest lakes in the world, after two to three hours of exertion on the arduous path. Tilicho Lake was called as The Great Ice Lake by a renowned French expedition team. The Tilicho Himal, Annapurna Range, and Nilgiri Himal are the magnificent peaks that encircle Tilicho Lake. After admiring Tilicho Lake’s scenery, you follow our route back to Siri Kharka, where you will spend the night.

Overnight in Sri Kharka

You descend to the isolated Khangsar Village from Siri Kharka. You pass Tare Gumba, a 1,000-year-old monastery, on the way, but you keep going by following a rock wall that leads you away from Khangsar, to Thorong Khola Valley, and then to Yak Kharka. You may enjoy stunning views of the Annapurna Mountain ranges from Yak Kharka. If you’re fortunate, you might even see a snow leopard or a group of blue sheep.

Overnight in Yak Kharka

To go to Thorong Phedi from Yak Kharka, you must hike upwards. The last settlement before the Thorong La Pass is Thorong Phedi. You can witness stunning vistas of various mountains, including Gudang, Syagang, Khatungkan, and Throrug Peak, as you ascend.

Overnight in Thorong Phedi

As you cross Thorong La Pass, one of the highest passes in the world, today’s walk will be the most difficult leg of this journey. It is also the trek’s highest point. You get up in Thorong Phedi at three in the morning and struggle against the frigid air and high altitude to dodge the afternoon breeze. You will realize that nature has generously rewarded your efforts as you get to the Thorong La Pass and view the breathtaking surroundings. Looking back, you will see Annapurna standing tall and proud among the Himalayan peaks that reach all the way to Tibet in the north. You descend from Thorong La Pass to get in Muktinath, a holy place for both Buddhists and Hindus.

Overnight in Muktinath

Muktinath is home to 108 stone sprouts through which the chilly Kali Gandaki water runs. You may witness the eternal flame at Muktinath, which has been blazing there for more than 2000 years, in addition to the water sprouts. The Tibetan name for Muktinath in Buddhism is Chumig Ghasa, which translates to “Hundred Waters.”

The majority of the trail is now downhill, making the remaining distance easy to cover. You continue on the trail to Marpha through the Kaligandaki River’s bank, following the Kaligandaki Valley. The path initially descends to Jharkot, where you can see the remains of the Mustang King’s original palace. Around Jharkot, there are a few chortens and gompas. The Czong Khola is crossed and we continue descending until we reach the Kagbeni settlement. Once you arrive in Jomsom, the administrative center of the Mustang region, where your permission will be approved and stamped, the trail then continues on a dry, dusty, and rocky path. The trail then continues south of Jomsom, in the direction of Marpha. Marpha is well-known for its apple orchards and its production of apple brandy.

Overnight in Marpha

With moderate walking, you will depart from Marpha. The trail then enters Tukuche village, where the Thakalis live with a heavy Tibetan influence. The village is flat and expansive, with views of the mountains in the distance.  As you descend the valley, you will reach Kobang and Larjung, two riverfront communities, and the magnificent Dhaulagiri range is just ahead. Once you reach the village of Kalopani, you may enjoy a breathtaking view of Mt. Annapurna I rising over the valley thanks to the trail’s turn and near proximity to the Annapurna range. You will reach your objective village, Ghasa, a small sliver of a settlement surrounded by greenery, from here as the valley narrows and the trail rapidly descends.

Overnight in Ghasa

You will travel to Tatopani (Hot Water) today. The trail continues the village of Ghasa’s downward stroll. The trail then leads us to the alleged deepest gorge in the world, Kopchepani Gorge at Dana, and finally to Tataopani, which is the largest waterfall of the entire Annapurna Circuit Trek. You can take in the breathtaking view of the Rupse waterfall, which is located in the world’s deepest valley, and relax your tense muscles by taking a dip in the nearby natural hot spring.

Overnight in Tatopani

You ascend to Ghorepani on your seventeenth day, passing through an ethnic Sikha and Chitre settlement. In order to get to Ghorepani, which is situated on top of a ridge, we will be traveling through the beautiful rhododendron, birch, and magnolia forests. Rhododendrons offer pink and vivid crimson colors to the entire woodland when they are in bloom.

Overnight in Ghorepani

One of the most well-known vantage spots in the world is Poon Hill. In order to experience the breathtaking vistas of dawn breaking on the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, you must awaken early in the morning at Ghorepani and hike up a difficult trek for about an hour. In addition to more than 20 tall mountains, you can also see Mustang and Pokhara from this location. Poon Hill is a favorite location for photographers because of its breathtaking beauty, so you won’t want to miss the chance to take some photos here. After spending some time on Poon Hill, you will descend to Birethanti and then drive via Nayapul to Pokhara.

Overnight in Pokhara

Following breakfast, you’ll drive back to Kathmandu by the same route. You’ll travel through the Prithivi Highway with amazing views of mountains, different landscapes, and the flowing Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers on the other side of the road. After arriving in Kathmandu, you’ll transfer to your hotel.

Overnight in Kathmandu

This is your final day in Nepal. According to your flight schedule, our representative will drop you at the departure terminal. On this day, you can go shopping if you’ve enough time.

Essential Info:


Acclimatization is a crucial aspect of the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek as you will be ascending to high altitudes where the air is thin and the oxygen levels are low. Proper acclimatization is essential to prevent altitude sickness, which can be life-threatening. Here are some tips during the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Base Camp trek:

  • Gradual Ascent: It is essential to ascend gradually and take time to acclimatize. It is recommended to spend at least two nights at each altitude level to allow your body to adjust to the changing altitude and oxygen levels.
  • Hydration: Drinking plenty of water and fluids is crucial to prevent altitude sickness. It is recommended to drink at least 3-4 liters of water per day to stay hydrated.
  • Rest and Sleep: Taking proper rest and sleep is essential during the trek. It is recommended to get a good night’s sleep and take frequent breaks to rest during the day.
  • Medication: Diamox is a medication that can help prevent altitude sickness by increasing your breathing rate and reducing fluid buildup in your body. Consult with your doctor before taking any medication and carry it with you on the trek.
  • Proper nutrition: Eating a balanced and nutritious diet is essential to keep your energy levels high and prevent altitude sickness. It is recommended to eat plenty of carbohydrates, proteins, and fruits and vegetables during the trek.

Equipment Required for Annapurna Base Camp Trek


  • Down sleeping bag (you can borrow with us)
  • Down Jacket (according to the Season)
  • Fleece linear
  • Walking Poles
  • Water bottles and water purification tablets
  • Sun block cream
  • Lip Guard
  • Hand wash liquid
  • Toiletries Kit

Upper Body

  • Sun hat
  • Glacier glass
  • Head torch
  • Ear-muffler and neck warmer


  • T-shirt
  • Light Jacket
  • Water and Windproof Jacket
  • Shirts
  • Light and Warm thermal tops


  • Hand gloves

Lower Body

  • Long and Short trekking pants
  • Water and Windproof trekking trousers


  • Thin and Thick Shock
  • Trekking Boot, Light Boot, and Slipper

Medicine and First Aid Kits

(Our guide will carry a first aid kit bag during the trek. We will recommend carrying your personal first aid kit bag if necessary)

  • Headache and fever medicine
  • Burnt cream
  • Antibiotics
  • Ibuprofen for general ache and pain
  • Blister treatment such as hand plants and aids, some waterproof tape, and anti-infection.

Trekking Difficulties

The Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek is a challenging and rewarding trek, suitable for experienced hikers and trekkers. The trek involves high-altitude walking, with the highest point of the trek being the Thorong La Pass at 5419 meters above sea level.  The trail is a mixture of steep ascents and descents, rocky terrain, and narrow paths. Trekkers need to be prepared to walk for long hours every day, with some days requiring 6-8 hours of walking. The trail can be physically demanding, and hikers need to be in good physical condition.

Overall, the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek is a challenging but incredibly rewarding adventure for trekkers. The trekking trail can be uneven, rocky, and also steep in places, requiring a good level of fitness and endurance. It is important to prepare for the trek by doing some physical training, acclimatizing properly, and packing appropriate gear and equipment.

Annapurna Circuit trekking cost

The lodging, meals, accessibility, and amenities you use during your trip will determine how much it will cost you to trek to Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake. Our starting price is USD 00. However, prices are rising in line with the amenities and services.

Guide and Porter

Anyone seeking to experience the natural splendor of Nepal should go on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Regardless of whether you are trekking alone, with friends, or with family, this journey will undoubtedly be a wonderful adventure. While it is possible to trek alone, please be aware that rules demand that international visitors have a guide and porter.

English-speaking, highly skilled, and experienced guides and porters who are famous for their politeness and friendliness are available from us. You will be introduced to Nepalese culture and customs by our team, and if necessary, we can set up a translator to help you.

Our 10-day trekking program is most appropriate for group treks. We provide porters because we have to transport personal items. It’s important to pack efficiently because each porter is only permitted to carry 20 to 25 kg.

Depending on the size of the group, we will provide the following number of guides and porters:

  • For 1 or 2 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 1 porter.
  • For 3, 4, or 5 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 2 porters.
  • For 6 or 7 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 3 porters.
  • For 8 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 9 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 10 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 2 assistant guides, and 5 porters.

For your best experience, kindly take note that our guide and porter services are customized to the number of trekkers in your group. You may be sure that your journey will be both safe and fun due to our knowledgeable guides and porters.

Annapurna Circuit trekking permit

To protect the natural splendor of the Himalayan range, the government of Nepal charges permits and entry fees. For Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek, you need the following permits:

  • ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project)
  • TIMS (Tourist Information Management System)

Important Documents and Information to get these permit

  • 2 passport-size photos
  • Photocopy of your passport
  • Dates when your trek starts and ends
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Travel Insurance Detail


Food and Accommodation on Annapurna Circuit

During the 20-day Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trek, everyone’s top priorities are food and lodging. Since the Annapurna region is located in a rural section of the nation, there are no five-star hotels there, yet we can nevertheless offer first-rate hotels and lodges. The majority of the teahouses have twin-sharing arrangements, while single bedrooms can be arranged upon request.

Food is necessary during the hike. The primary source of energy for this expedition is food burning. In Nepalese, the phrase “Dal Bhat power, 24 hours” refers to the ability to endure for practically a day after consuming dal bhat. The national dish is dal bhat, however, other dishes can be made, including vegetable and noodle soups.

We advise you to stay away from dairy items, hard drinks, and beverages with a lot of caffeine since they could be harmful to your physiology and health at higher altitudes.

Drinking Water

Trekkers must drink plenty of water to keep their bodies hydrated and avoid altitude sickness (AMS). (Acute Mountain Sickness). Three to four liters of water per day should be consumed while trekking to the ABC.

Instead of purchasing bottled water, we strongly advise you to carry one reusable water container that can hold hot water. Bottled water can be pricey on treks and contribute to thrashing issues around the Annapurna region. Water purification tablets can be used to clean water. But after taking tablets, the flavor will change. Water should always be consumed after sufficient cleansing. At the teahouse, boiled water is offered for an extra fee.

Travel Insurance

A strong travel insurance policy that provides sufficient insurance for all of your activities is essential for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. During the entire trip, anything may happen. Although we are more concerned with safety, accidents, and emergencies that may happen where we are occasionally cannot be completely ruled out.

Your travel insurance plan should cover any medical issues you may experience while trekking, as well as physical injuries, helicopter evacuation, hospital costs, and other charges.

Electricity and Communication

Electricity and an internet connection will always be available in urban areas. However, during hikes, there can be power outages in some rural areas. Even in tea houses or lodges where you choose to stay, there may be additional charges for accessing electricity or internet services due to the congested road and remote location. Please be informed that during the trip, there won’t be any access to electricity or the Internet. The finest places to charge your electronic devices are the tea houses or lodges where you will be staying.

ATM and Currency exchange

Travelers can easily obtain Nepalese currency in Nepal’s major urban centers of Kathmandu and Pokhara because of the abundance of easy ATMs and money exchange facilities that are available there. In remote locations, where only Nepalese money is used and modern banking facilities may be rare, these services might not be easily accessible.

Travelers are highly recommended to make plans ahead of time and convert their foreign currency for Nepalese currency before starting a trek to avoid probable inconveniences. This will guarantee that sufficient local currency is easily accessible to buy necessities like food, water, and other important goods while on the hike. The process can be sped up and unnecessary tension reduced by seeking advice from local currency exchange services in Pokhara or Kathmandu.

Vehicle Nepal Team

A reputable and well-known adventure travel agency, Vehicle Nepal is situated in the stunning nation of Nepal and is officially registered as a company for tourism, and Vehicles. We specialize in providing outstanding trekking tours to visitors from around the world who want to discover the majestic Himalayas.

At Vehicle Nepal, we are dedicated to doing our work to the highest standard possible. We have built a reputation for offering an excellent level of service because our main objective is to make sure that our visitors have a safe and memorable journey.

Our team consists of up of experienced, dedicated guides, assistant guides, and porters who are passionate about making sure that our visitors have a pleasurable and memorable experience. We take pride in providing a selection of amenities and services that are intended to improve the overall trekking experience and make it more enjoyable and adventurous.

We are committed to exceeding the requirements and expectations of our cherished visitors, and we do everything in our ability to make sure that their trip is a success. We go above and beyond in offering individualized attention, first-rate service, and sincere care from the moment they arrive in Nepal until the end of their journey.


Tipping is an optional way for you to express appreciation for your services. You may want to leave a tip for the services you appreciate, or you may just want to express your gratitude in Nepali by saying “DHANYABAD.”

The final day of the vacation is typically when tips are given. Similar to this, trekkers are free to tip a hotel, lodge, or individual on whatever day they choose. trekkers are free to tip the hotel, lodge, or individuals whenever they like. Tipping is completely a matter of personal preference and perception.

Booking process 

You can contact us in different ways to book a vehicle and also you have different payment options while booking the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake trekking. We accept:

  • Bank transfer

Bank transfer is available for international and domestic tourists. The bank details of our company are:

Account Name of the Company: Graceful Adventure Travel Pvt. Ltd

Name of Bank: Muktinath Bikas Bank LTD

Account No:2222530000591762

Account type: Current

  • Cash-in-hand

We also accept cash in hand for this trek, if you are near our office then you can visit an office. You should pay 30% in advance for the Annapurna Base Camp trek.

  • E-wallet like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips

E-wallets like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips are also available in Vehicle Nepal. Nepalese and Indian citizens can use e-wallets like e-Sewa and Khalti for payment.


For further booking, you can contact us:

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