EXPEDITION ANNAPURNA, 20/06/2018 – 01/062018.In May 2018, NUS Rovers Nepal team spent 7 days trekking in Annapurna…

Posted by NUS Rovers on Saturday, June 16, 2018

Ready to see the world from a different perspective? Join NUS Rovers as we take on Expedition Annapurna this summer! From 20 May to 1 June, embark on this 13D12N adventure across new lands with 11 other trekkers as we explore majestic Nepal.

Immerse yourself in the Nepalese culture and starry nights as we spend our nights in tea houses among the mighty Himalayan massif. As we trek to the Annapurna Base Camp, we would get to interact with fellow Nepalese and enjoy local delights such as Momos (dumplings) and Dhal Bhat!


It is from 20 May to 1 June 2018 (13D 12N). We will be meeting at Changi Airport on 20 May at 1710 and arrive back in Singapore at around 0930 on 1 June.

The setting of Annapurna Base Camp at 4130 m is unique and incredibly spectacular, set amidst the majestic peaks of Annapurna I (8091 m), Annapurna South (7219 m), Machhapuchhre (6993 m) and Hiunchuli (6441 m).

Did you know? The ABC trek is also known as a “cultural trek”, as it brings us through the welcoming villages of Nepal.

Aside from embarking on the ABC trek, we will be visiting the following places:

  1. Swayambhunath Temple
  2. Thamel Market (Thamel Chowk)
  3. Hanuman Dhoka
  4. Basantapur Tower
  5. Pashupatinath Temple
  6. Boudha Stupa

The 7-day ABC trek is rated a 4.5/5. On average, we will be trekking at least 5 to 6 hours a day. Conditioning is important so please do try to ensure you are physically fit* in order not to make this climb a 5/5 difficulty rating for yourself and your fellow trekmates. Even though May is summer season, the temperature can drop to as low as -8 degrees Celsius at night! Don’t underestimate the cold. If you get cold easily, ensure that you are well protected and you won’t have a hard time embarking on this trek! 🙂

*exercise at least thrice a week (at least 30 min each exercise session) 4 weeks prior to the trip

Holy schnikes! What equipment do I need for this trek?
We will require proper trekking boots as we will be trekking for a total of 7 days in relatively rough terrains. Trekking boots will help reduce ankle sprains 🙂 Also, we will need proper layers to protect ourselves from the cold. Equipments such as ice axes will not be required.

The price for non-Rovers members is $1440 SGD. Members are entitled to 5% discount ($1390) to all Rovers trek, capped at a maximum of $50 per trip.

Trip fees cover visa, airfare, accommodations, trekking guides & permits, meals during the trek, transports and tours. Food before and after the trek, shopping costs and personal medication will be borne by participants themselves.

What is the brief itinerary?


Highlight of Activities

20 May 2018

(Day 1)

Flight from Singapore to Nepal (transit at New Delhi)

21 May 2018

(Day 2)

Kathmandu to Pokhara

22 May 2018

(Day 3)

TREK: Pokhara to Nayapul (Drive) to Jhinu

23 May 2018

(Day 4)

TREK: Jhinu to Bamboo

24 May 2018

(Day 5)

TREK: Bamboo to Deurali

25 May 2018

(Day 6)

TREK: Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp

26 May 2018

(Day 7)

TREK: Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo

27 May 2018

(Day 8)

TREK: Bamboo to Jhinu Danda

28 May 2018

(Day 9)

TREK: Jhinu Danda to Nayapul to Pokhara (Drive)

29 May 2018

(Day 10)

Visit Bindhya Basini Mandir (Shrine),  international Mountain Museum and World Peace Pagoda.

Night Bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu

30 May 2018

(Day 11)

Visit Swayambhunath Temple, Thamel Market (Thamel Chowk), Hanuman Dhoka, Basantapur Tower, Pashupatinath Temple and Boudha Stupa.

31 May 2018

(Day 12)


1 June 2018

(Day 13)

Arrival in Singapore

During the trek, we will be spending 6 nights in mountain tea houses – a good local experience! We would be spending other nights in resorts, hotels and on an overnight bus.

Yes, there will be an English speaking trek guide from the trek agency.

We are accepting 8 participants for this trek. Slots are limited, so sign up NOW!

For most of the trek, we walk alongside the raging Modi Khola River. The thunderous gush of sky-blue glacial waters become music to the ears as we trudge through rhododendron forests and hanging bridges. The mountains are magnificent and the people are warm and friendly. Also, we will be staying in tea houses instead of tents at night!

Contact us at for any queries 🙂


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Chee Seng

Chee Seng

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