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  • Duration FULL PACKAGE TRIP Days
  • Difficulty Level Medium

Trip Introduction

Tent Peak also natively known as ‘Tharpu Peak’ is an exquisite destination for those who desire to explore the prominent Annapurna Vicinity. The peak impregnably lies in the central part of the Annapurna Region which is considered to be one of the easiest peaks for naïve climbers. Apart from garnishing a climbing experience, one can truly enjoy some unprecedented views of Annapurna I (8,091m), Gangapurna (7,455m), Machhapuchhre (7,455m), Huinchuli (6,331m), Annapurna South (7,129m), Kangshar (7,485m) and many more including The Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m).

The first ascender of Tent Peak is believed to be Jimmy Roberts, one of the veteran climbers of his generation in 1956. Since then, thousands of climbers have been relishing its beauty.

The trekking route goes through the Annapurna Sanctuary which is the home to a wide range of Floras and Faunas.  If climbers are fortunate enough, they may encounter some peculiar sights of endangered species like Himalayan Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, CloudedLeopard, and Himalayan Black Bear during the trek.

The trail passes through numerous picturesque villages and lush subtropical forests of Pine, Deodars, Oaks, and Rhododendrons. In addition to the diverse ecosystem, trekkers can also experience diversified Gurung and Magar communities during the trek. Despite its lower elevation, one shall never underestimate the altitude in the Himalayas; a decent level of fitness is demanded to accomplish the summit.

With adequate preparation and acclimatization, Tent peak is one of the most convenient trekking peaks for those who are seeking to initiate their mountaineering career; frequently summited as a preparation climb for Hiunchuli (6,331m).

Best Seasons to climb Tent Peak:

The most favorable seasons to climb Tent Peak are Autumn (October-November) and Spring (March-May) as the weather remains clear and mild in these times.


  • DAY 01

    Arrival In Kathmandu And Preparation For The Trek

  • DAY 02

    6-7 Hours Of Drive From Kathmandu To Pokhara

  • DAY 03

    Drive From Pokhara To Nayapul And Trek To Tikhe Dhunga (1,577m), 3 Hours

  • DAY 04

    Trek To Ghorepani (2,840 M) From Tikhedhunga (1,577 M), 5 Hours

  • DAY 05

    Trek To Tadapani (2,610 M) From Ghorepani (2,840 M) And Explore Poon Hill (3,210 M), 6 Hours

  • DAY 06

    Trek To Chhomrung (2,140 M) From Tadapani (2,610 M), 5 Hours

  • DAY 07

    Trek Dovan (2,500 M) From Chhomrung (2,140 M), 6 Hours

  • DAY 08

    Trek To Deurali (3,230 M) From Dovan (2,500 M), 4 Hours

  • DAY 09

    Trek To The Annapurna Base Camp (4,131 M) From Deurali (3,230 M), 5-6 Hours

  • DAY 10

    Acclimatization Day At The Annapurna Base Camp (4,131m)

  • DAY 11

    Trek To Tent Base Camp (4,400 M) From The Annapurna Base Camp (4,131 M), 5 Hours

  • DAY 12

    Climb To The High Camp (5,000 M)

  • DAY 13

    Attempt To The Summit (5,850 M)

  • DAY 14

    Trek Back To Deurali From Tent Peak Base Camp, 6 Hours

  • DAY 15

    Trek Back To Chhomrung From Deurali, 6 Hours

  • DAY 16

    Trek Back To Jhinu (1,500 M) From Chhomrung, 4 Hours

  • DAY 17

    Trek To Nayapul And Drive Back To Pokhara, 4 Hours

  • DAY 18

    Drive Back To Kathmandu From Pokhara, 7 Hours

  • DAY 19

    Free Day In Kathmandu/Sight-seeing As An Option

  • 20 DAY


Cost Includes & Excludes

Cost Include


  • Airport pickup and drop off in a private car as per schedule.
  • Hotel in Kathmandu &Pokhara with a bed and breakfast basis.
  • As per the schedule, meals during the trek from Nayapul to Nayapul include Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Tea, or Coffee (3 cups of tea in a day).
  • All the necessary paper works and conversation entry permits.
  • Annapurna Conservation Fee.
  • TIMS card
  • Kathmandu-Pokhara and Pokhara-Kathmandu tourist Bus and Pokhara-Nayapul-Pokhara in a jeep.
  • Accommodations in lodges/tea houses (Twin beds sharing).
  • An experienced Government licensed Climbing Guide with fluent English
  • 1 porter for 2 members for carrying personal gear.
  • Salary, Food, Accommodation, Transportation, and Insurance for the Guide and Porters.
  • Emergency oxygen bottle with mask regulator. (If used, an additional cost of oxygen)
  • Medical basic kit (Please consult your doctor and prepare medicine for yourself)
  • Farewell dinner with typical Nepali restaurant.
  • All Government taxes


Cost Non-Includes


  • International airfares
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara
  • Personal clothing, climbing gear & equipments.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Travel insurance
  • Rescue evacuation in case of need
  • Personal Expenses
  • Any kinds of Alcohol drinks, cold drinks, phone calls, internet, battery charging, laundry on trek
  • Bottle or boiled water during the trek
  • Tips for Guide, porter
  • Entrance fees in the monastery, temple in Kathmandu, or during the entire trek.
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