9 days point-to-point walking with full porterage. Altitude maximum 3800m, average 2750m.
5 nights hotels, 10 nights teahouses, 2 nights jungle lodge.
All breakfasts, 2 lunches and 2 dinners included.
This itinerary is graded B with 10 days walking. The maximum altitude is 3800m and the average is 2750m. The trekking is within the reach of anybody who is reasonably fit and is an ideal first trek in Nepal, taking in the highlights of the two most famous regions of Nepal.
The Annapurna trek is at moderate altitudes and on well-established trails. The trekking is all below 2000m. The days will be pleasant to hot and nights cooler.
The Everest trek is also on good trails, but at higher altitude. The highest we walk to is 3800m and there is plenty of time for acclimatisation.
We will walk approximately 4-5 hours per day in both regions.
Normal group size and age
Normally 2 to 16, plus leader and appropriate local staff. Minimum age 16.
The vast majority of Exodus adventures are adult group holidays. Groups are always small in size. We strongly believe that this adherence to small groups means a better experience for all; more time with your guide, less waiting around and a reduced impact on the communities and environments visited.
Each group is generally made up of like-minded travellers - with singles, couples and friends all joining in together. All these trips are suitable for single travellers, but if you prefer to travel with clients booking individually, please see our Solo Departures page.
No experience is necessary; those who take weekend hill walks in areas like the Peak District or Cotswold’s at home should manage a B-grade trek; good health and reasonable fitness are important. These Moderately graded departures are either fairly easy medium-duration walks or harder, shorter walks.
Walking & Trekking: Trips are wholly trekking-focused or simply include a significant number of walking days during the itinerary.
Wildlife: Trips may be wholly wildlife focused, or contain an element of wildlife viewing within a less specific itinerary.