Covid 19 Travel Protocols Updated
Trek Single

Annapurna South Expedition

Annapurna South Expedition (also known as Annapurna Dakshin) was first climbed in 1964 by a Japanese expedition, via the North face. Also, Annapurna Dakshin was attempted by the Italian team in 1988. The south face base camp is situated at 4000 meters & the advance base camp is on the west bank of the glacier between Annapurna south & mount Himchuli. Climb up to the glacier is a little bit difficult gullies on all sides. Camp 1 is fixed at 5000 meters. Camp-2 is fixed at 5970meter; and camp 3 is at 6400meter high. From Camp 3 the summit can be made. For climbing Annapurna south seems easy from the North East route of side and the base camp will be at Annapurna Sanctuary at 4300 meters. The expedition starts from Kathmandu to Pokhara by private bus and stays overnight in Pokhara, then the next day drive goes to Dhampus, then the trek stars to Pathana, a little temperate region of forested hillsides such as; Magar and Gurung villages through where the trekking route of Annapurna South face of Expedition goes. As the team moves higher altitude through the rhododendron woodlands, the views of Annapurna and Mount Machapuchare are amazing sceneries and towards the Modi River, the greenery valley’s nice views are there on the way. On reaching Ghandruk, Tadapani & Kopra pasture, our campsite remains right below the Mt. Annapurna south face. Trails go tranquility, with a spectacular highland experience. We set up the Base Camp there for climbing to Mt. Annapurna South. After concluding the expedition, the trek backs to Pokhara lead us via Ghorepani and Poon hill where you can envisage one of the most famous panoramic views of Mount Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range.


Trip Facts

30 Days


  • Operated by experienced mountaineers
  •  Expert and dedicated mountain guides
  •  Genuine and authentic company
  •  Pre-Trip guidance and support
  •  Customized trips at best price
  •  Small group, positive impact
  •  Mountain Safety measures
  •  Excellent Success Rates
  •  Book With Confidence
  •  Responsible Travel

Related Trips

Book This Trip
error: Content is protected !!