Nepal Base Camp Treks(P)Ltd
  • Destination
  • Region
  • Trip Grade
    Adventure/ Expedition
  • Mode of Trip: Tea House/Local Basis
  • Highest elevation: 5663m.
  • Mode of Transport:Both way Tourist Bus
  • Best Time: September to November and March to May
  • Group Size: 02 Trekkers
  • Start/End Point: Pokhara to Pokhara

Tent Peak Climbing combines all the best elements of the Himalayan expedition. This peak climbing is a popular trekking peak which is located in the north-western region of Nepal. It is one of the most climbed peaks along with the trek of Annapurna Base Camp and we will have the opportunity to see breathtaking views of the Dhaulagiri ranges is also seen while climbing the peak. The trail moves through delightful terraced farms, green hills, and Himalayan water streams. This trail is just 40km far from the tourist town Pokhara.

Tent Peak Climbing is not as challenging as the other peak climbing. But it offers excellent short trekking and peak climbing experience. The view from the summit of this peak climbing is arguably one of the best Himalayan views which include Annapurna I, III, and south, Hiunchuli, and many more. It is an expedition to gain some mountaineering experience without taking much risk. The natural vegetation of the alpine forest, lush flower, and green valleys and their picturesque view are enough to pleasure for this trek. The peak is with many other attractive peaks and the climb up to the summit is suitable for those who are healthy.

Lodge Accommodation and Camping

A tea-house is a combination of a guest house and it is very simple in the high Himalayans. It is very difficult to get a room in the high Himalayas so you have to book a room in advance. The accommodation in the valley and the major cities will be according to your requirement which takes great care to arrange the most comfortable accommodation possible throughout your stay.  In the lodge or tea-house, the rooms are very simple and usually have two narrow beds with sheets, pillow, mattress, and blanket and you have to carry an extra sleeping bag which is very much needed while trekking along the route. You will have breakfast and dinner in the guest house where you spend overnight.

In the high land, all the guest houses serve a typical Nepalese food. In the high land, you have to share a toilet with others and most of the lodges have a hot shower service but you have to pay extra for it. While doing this peak climbing you have to spend two days in the tent in the high camp where you will get all the good accommodations.

Best season Annapurna Base Camp and Tent Peak

For trekking first of all you have to collect the information about the season to trek. There are two seasons for trekking all over Nepal autumn and spring and you can trek in winter also but due to fog everywhere you can’t see the views of the mountain and natural beauties. The weather and temperature are promising for climbing a peak that is 5695m from the sea level and the overall weather condition is suitable in both upper and lower regions. The best seasons for climbing this peak in Nepal are during spring and autumn and the warm days make this season favorable for trekking and expeditions.

How is Difficulty Tent Peak Climbing?

Tent Peak climbing difficulty is considered to be moderately challenging. You have to trek in remote areas where no modern facilities are available and the trail can get steep and rugged from time to time. It is indeed a beautiful peak for basic mountaineering to carry out their expeditions. It is both an easy and difficult climb to complete and it all that on your skill and preparations.

Altitude sickness

Nepal is the land of the Himalayas we have very High mountains so altitude sickness. It is a common type of temporary problem that arises while hiking in high lands or mountains. The real problems of altitude sickness occur at heights above 3000m from the sea level which is a problem that exists in every high-altitude trekking and climbing. It mainly happens if your body did not acclimatize to the increased altitude problem which can ruin the trip as in the worst case you have to return without completing the task.

This is an illness caused by a due gain in elevation and compared to sea level the amount of oxygen in the higher altitude is less and the oxygen levels go thinners continue to gain higher altitude. This is one of the biggest challenges in mountains and there are many rules to make our bodies adaptable to the altitude. The higher you go the higher risk of the altitude sickness.

Details Itinerary of Tent Peak Climbing

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu 1,327 m and transfer to hotel.

On reaching Kathmandu international airport via various respective airlines, our Nepal Base Camp Treks guide or staff will receive you with warm welcome and then a short drive to your hotel in the heart of Kathmandu city.
After checking in your hotel rooms and getting refreshed join at the hotel lobby for group briefing and orientation program where our guide informs you regarding hotels, Kathmandu, Nepali culture, Tent Trek / Tharpu Chuli Climb around Annapurna Sanctuary with welcome dinner in a pleasant authentic Nepalese restaurant with culture program.

Day 02: In Kathmandu with sightseeing tour and trek preparations.

In Kathmandu morning after breakfast and at given time our city guide will pick you up for sightseeing tour around places of interest around Kathmandu old part of the city, Kathmandu is famous for world heritage sites with tour of Pashupatinath a holy temple, Bouddhanath Stupa a Buddhist pilgrimage spot or tour of Kathmandu old Durbar (palace) Square and ancient 2,500 years old Swayambhunath, afternoon free for Tent Trek / Tharpu Chuli Climb preparation.

Day 03: Drive or fly to Pokhara 950m – 06 hrs journey distance 220 k.m.

Morning overland drive on scenic and interesting highway heading towards scenic Pokhara as the drive leads through Himalayan foothills, on reaching Pokhara transfer to your respective hotels near the shore of beautiful Phewa Lake with afternoon free for short walks.
options by air of 30 minutes flight to Pokhara)

Pokhara valley blessed with nature, an amazing spot for all types of holidays where one can join in  adventure sports like paragliding, ultra light flights or Zip-Flyer truly a place of great fascination located beneath towering Annapurna Himalaya with majestic Machhapuchare “Fish Tail’ peak and serene lakes Phewa and Begnas.

Day 04: Drive to Nayapul 1,100m begin trek to Ghandruk 1,750m.

Our adventure starts with fresh morning drive from Pokhara of two hours to reach the mid hills with super views of rolling hills and Annapurna range including majestic Mt. Machhapuchare “The Fish Tail”, as the drive ends at Nayapul (new bridge) on the Pokhara-Baglung / Beni highway.

From Nayapul our journey leads with gradual walk passing nice village of Bhirethati, encountering trekkers, mules and donkey trains, as our walk leads through farm villages following Modi river for some time, and then an uphill climb to reach our first overnight stop at Ghandruk a large Gurung tribe villages.

The Gurung are the main mid hill tribe of Annapurna region, famous as gallant soldiers and mercenaries for British and Indian Gorkha Army.

Day 05: Trek to Chomrong 1,951m – 06 hours.

Morning walk leads at the top of Ghandruk village with a short climb, and then on gentle path for a while with uphill to reach at Kimrong hill top of few tea shops and lodges, from here our route descends to Kimrong valley into cool forested area. On reaching Kimrong River and the village, climb for few hours to Chomrong village, from the top of the village a short descend to overnight stop at Chomrong village. This is the last permanent Gurung village and the gateway to Annapurna Sanctuary and Base Camp trek.

Day 06: Trek to Dovan 2,130m via Bamboo 2,050m – 06 hours.

After Chomrong leads to short downhill through terraced farm fields and at Chomrong River, after crossing a bridge with uphill for an hour to reach at Sinuwa danda a small place with few lodges offering grand views of landscapes and green hills.

From here walk through forest to Bamboo, a small settlement located by the Modi River in the middle of bamboo, rhododendron and oaks forested area.

An hour walks uphill from Bamboo to reach Dovan for overnight stop, situated in the middle of forest and river gorge.

Day 07: Trek to Machhapuchare Base Camp 3,720m via Deurali – 06 hrs.

From Modi River gorge onwards air gets cooler and fresher as the walk enters Annapurna Sanctuary and Base Camp, walking on a winding trail with few ups to Himalaya Hotel near Hinko Cave, located beneath Hiunchuli peak.

Walks leads on glacier and moraine formed by old avalanches, crossing a small bridge near Deurali the last place with lodges before reaching Machhapuchare Base Camp. Here onwards vegetation and tree lines disappears with only high alpine bushes and shrubs. Walk leads to a climb following the raging Modi River upstream to reach at Machhapuchare Base Camp for overnight stop. A well hidden spot with few lodges located beneath North Face of Machhapuchare Peak, from here starting of the Annapurna Sanctuary.

Day 08: Trek to Annapurna Base Camp 4, 095m -04 hrs.

Morning walk leads you with views of Annapurna various peaks as the trail leads higher reaching higher elevation at Annapurna Base Camp within magnificent Annapurna peaks and Annapurna I.

After a good scenic walk reaching at Annapurna Base Camp for lunch with free afternoon to enjoy the mountain views.

Day 09: Rest day for acclimatization at Annapurna Base Camp.

Necessary day for acclimatization and preparation for Tent peak climb, at base camp our guide will teach and instructs you with some climbing techniques, rest of the day just relax and enjoy the surrounding views.

Day 10: Trek to Tent peak Base Camp 4,450 m / 14,600 ft – 05 hrs.

After Annapurna Base Camp, our route leads across snow-covered moraine rocky path and towards icy trail for an hour reaching at Annapurna south glacier.

Walk offers views of high peaks, after few hours of good trek reaching a flat ground to make our base with camps, first night camping in tents, afternoon free preparation for the climb.

Day 11: Trek to High Camp 5,200 m / 17,056 ft – 04 hrs.

Nepal Base Camp Trek allows more camps for safe and easy accessibility to reach the summit, from base camp heading further with steep climb over rock and glacier with lot of boulders; climb continues reaching high camp at 5,200 meters high, afternoon free preparation for the summit.

Day 12: Climb Tent Peak summit and return to Base Camp – 06 hrs.

Today a Big Day! Starting very early morning at the break of dawn as the climb leads over snow slope with technical section to reach the summit; our expert guide will fix ropes where necessary for the climb to reach the summit safely, after a hard and tough haul reaching the top with amazing views of high mountains that surrounds you, after feeling great and high on reaching our highlight and goal at the top of Tent Peak with super views, slowly descend back to base camp for last overnight in complete wilderness within giant peaks.

Day 13: Reserve and contingency day in case of bad weather.

Nepal Base Camp Trek allows an extra day as contingency in case of bad weather conditions which might occur sometimes around Himalaya, if all goes well can be used on the way back on route Chomrong or at Pokhara, making a short day and enjoyable walk along the way.

Day 14: Trek back to Annapurna Base Camp – 05 hrs.

Morning after breakfast from base camp, after cleaning up and packing head back to Annapurna Base Camp via an icy trail, a normal moderate walk of about five hours to overnight stop at Annapurna base camp in the comfort of lodge.

Day 15: Trek to Bamboo 2,050 m – 06 hours.

After grand time Tent Peak / Tharpu Chuli Climb around Annapurna Sanctuary, morning walk downhill all the way to Deurali, from here with few ups and downs back into tree lines reaching at Bamboo for overnight stop.

Day 16: Trek to Jhinu danda 1,700m via Chomrong – 06 hours.

From here a short steep climb to Khuldi Ghar, and on winding downhill through dense forest to Sinuwa danda. From here descend to Chomrong khola. After the bridge an uphill walk for less than an hour to reach Chomrong village. After Chomrong with half hour climb to the top of Chomrong ridge and then walk down to Jhinu danda for overnight stop. This village on a ridge offers refreshing bathe in hot springs which is just 20 minutes walk downhill by Modi River.

Day 17: Trek to Bhirethati 1,100 m and drive back top Pokhara.

Morning leads on downhill path for an hour to reach at another New Bridge (Nayapul) by the Modi River, from here following the River Modi downstream all the way to Bhirethati past Syali Bazaar / Bhatti on reaching at Syali or Bhirethati drive back to Pokhara.

Day 18: Drive / Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

After a great country walk on scenic Annapurna Sanctuary around Nepal Mid West, morning journey leads you with an exciting drive back to Kathmandu with few rest stops for refreshment and lunch, after 6 hours of good drive reaching back in Kathmandu.

Day 19: Final International departure homeward bound.

Last day in amazing Nepal with awesome time in the high hills around Annapurna Himalaya and Tent Trek / Tharpu Chuli Climb, our staff will transfer you to Kathmandu international airport for your final flight back homeward bound or to respective countries.

Cost Details

Fixed Departures Every 4th & 16th Of Month


Lyle,Sappa & Phil in Kathmandu

Lyle Clancy

Brisbane Australia

I first met Sappa in 2008 on a family Gokyo Lakes Trek and EBC Trek. At that time, I was greatly impressed by the highly professional approach he took to mountain guiding. I’m very happy to report that in 2014 and 2017  nothing has changed during my Langtang Valley second family trek and Manaslu Circuit Trek. Sappa continues to maintain an exceptionally high standard of service and this together with his warm, generous and engaging personality ensured everyone in our party had an amazing time during their visit to Nepal.

We were treated to fantastic traditional Nepalese food and cultural performances at welcoming and farewell dinners in Kathmandu; expertly and safely guided over 14 days of trekking through an incredibly beautiful landscape; and provided with detailed and knowledgeable commentary during our tours of all the main sites around Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan. I’m very happy to report that the organisation of our transport, sightseeing, accommodation and trekking arrangements was first rate and that over three weeks everything ran very smoothly indeed. Overall, Sappa‘s vast guiding experience and mountain knowledge ensured that our itinerary was structured in such a way that it provided us with a good deal of flexibility and ample time to absorb the magnificent mountain views while trekking, as well as not being rushed on our tours of Kathmandu and surrounds.

On this trip, a few in our party were first time trekkers. What a fantastic introduction to trekking in the Nepal Himalaya they received thanks to the great care and attention to every little detail provided by Sappa and his fabulous support crew Manoj, Shankar and Suraj. Thank you Sappa,for also keeping up the tradition of supplying us with bananas and chocolate bars. I must also mention that the pomegranate seeds the crew provided to us on our way to Langtang was an unexpected but greatly appreciated treat. Importantly, from a safety aspect, we were more than pleased to find that Nepal Base Camp Treks used modern four wheel drive vehicles to take us to the start of our trek in Syabrubesi and also for the return journey from Dhunche. We were also very impressed to observe that Sappa and his company take very good care of their support crews.

If you are planning to visit Nepal, I have no hesitation in recommending Sappa and his company “Nepal Base Camp Treks” for trouble free trekking and touring. You will not be disappointed. I can’t wait for my next trek with Sappa, which will be around Manaslu trek.



Christian Bank


German Language: Wir haben mit Sappa und einem Träger im Mai 2011 eine elftägige Trekking Tour durch die Langtang und Helambu Region gemacht. Wir sind das Langtang Tal von Syrabrubesi bis Kanjin Gompa hoch gewandert und dann über die Gosainkunde Seen, den Laurebina Pass und die Helambu Region nach Kathmandu zurückgekehrt. Der Trek war einfach wundervoll! Er führt durch verschiedene Vegetationszonen mit reicher Flora und Fauna und überwältigenden Aussichten auf die Gipfel des Himalaya. Darüber hinaus bot der Trek einen tiefen Einblick die die Tamang Kultur und das Leben und die Tradition der nepalesischen und tibetanischen Bevölkerung.

Sappa ist ein sehr erfahrener Führer, der die Gegend sehr gut kennt. Er verstand es perfekt, die Länge der täglichen Etappen und die Trekkinggeschwindigkeit auf unsere Wünsche und Bedürfnisse anzupassen und war insbesondere ein guter Ratgeber bei Fragen zur Höhenkrankheit. Sappa hat sich um alle Angelegenheiten mit den Lodges, den örtlichen Behörden, den Taxi- und Busfahrern etc. gekümmert. Er hat alle unsere Fragen zu den verschiedenen Bergketten und -gipfeln zur Länge der Auf- und Abstiege und zu den anderen Details der Gegend bereitwillig und mit großer Begeisterung beantwortet. Es war eine große Freude, ihm bei den Anekdoten aus dem Leben der Nepalesen, der Religion, Politik und Natur zuzuhören. Mit seiner Begeisterung und seinem Humor hat Sappa den Trek zu einem unvergesslichen Erlebnis gemacht. Wir können Sappa als erfahrenen, verständnisvollen und sympathischen Führer uneingeschränkt empfehlen. Nach den elf Tagen in der Einsamkeit des Himalaya ist aus unserem Führer ein Freund geworden.”

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Walking uphill to Kyanjin Gompa

Adriano Rosa

Curitiba – Brasil

Sappa é o cara. Visitei o Nepal em duas ocasiões. Na primeira ele foi meu guia no circuito Annapurna, onde caminhamos por 21 dias. Na segunda ele nos guiou nos treks Langtang, Gosainkunda e Helambu por 17 dias. Alem disso, ele foi nosso guia no trek Cheppang Hills. Como se não bastasse, fizemos também o clássico Base Camp Everest partindo de Jiri e passando por Renjo La e Cho La, em 24 dias com o seu irmão Lako. O Nepal é um pais maravilhoso e a companhia de um guia como Sappa fez toda a diferença, pois ele nos explicou muito sobre a cultura local, religião, situação política/conflitos no pais e como funciona a sociedade no Nepal em geral. Ele fala muito bem inglês, é muito bem humorado e as risadas estão garantidas. Pra resumir, você começa a trilha com um guia e termina com um amigo. Recomendo-o sem hesitar. Se tiver perguntas pode me escrever.