Annapurna Treks 21 Days

Thorong la Pass Trek 20 Days

The Thorong La Pas trekking is a long-distance trek making an arc around the Annapurna mountain range in Nepal. It is a much more serious undertaking than the other treks listed here though, Mostly climbs to an altitude of 5400 meters[Thorong-La pass] and so altitude sickness is a real concern. The reward, though, is a fantastically varied tour through all sorts of spectacular terrain, with views of all the major Annapurna giants.This Trekking start from Besi Sahar to the east of Pokhara, and follow the valley of Marshyngdi river until to arrive Manang valley. Climb contiuely Thorong phedi. then trail start the other side westwards to Muktinath and follows the Jomosm  & Marpha in reverse down the Kali Gandaki. Here, great care is required with acclimatization to avoid altitude sickness.

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Trip Description

The Thorong La Pas trekking is a long-distance trek making an arc around the Annapurna mountain range in Nepal. It is a much more serious undertaking than the other treks listed here though, Mostly climbs to an altitude of 5400 meters[Thorong-La pass] and so altitude sickness is a real concern. The reward, though, is a fantastically varied tour through all sorts of spectacular terrain, with views of all the major Annapurna giants.This Trekking start from Besi Sahar to the east of Pokhara, and follow the valley of Marshyngdi river until to arrive Manang valley. Climb contiuely Thorong phedi. then trail start the other side westwards to Muktinath and follows the Jomosm  & Marpha in reverse down the Kali Gandaki. Here, great care is required with acclimatization to avoid altitude sickness.

Trip OverView

Primary Activity Trekking/Hiking/Tour
Trip Grade Hard
Trip Duration 21 Days
Max-Altitude 5416M Thorong Pass
Meals Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner during Trek
Group Size 5-11
Accommodation Lodge during trek & hotel 3 stars in kathmandu
Transportation Vehicle
Arrival On Kathmandu
Departure Kathmandu
Route (Old route) Besisahart-Bahundanda-Thorong la Pass-Marpha-Tatopani-Ghorepani-Tadapani-Pokhara
Departers Dates 2019/2020
Best Session March,April,September
Trip Code TPAT

Itinerary

Thorong la pass 21 days

Itineraries in Details

Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)
Arrival at the Tribhuvan intl. airport Kathmandu our representative welcomes you and assists to transfer in your hotel in Kathmandu. overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu valley sightseeing & trek preparation (1,300m/4,264 ft)
After breakfast the day will start to our guided trip to cultural world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley; the pilgrimage sites of Hindus temple Pashupatinath, the world biggest Bouddhanath Stupa and visit Swoyambhunath Stupa also known as monkey temple. After exploring the surrounding areas visit historical Kathmandu Durbar Square with temple, unique architectures and Kumari (living goddess

Day 03: Drive to Beshishahar (830m/2,723ft), 6-7 hrs drive
This morning we leave Kathmandu for our long trek to Annapurna. Drive by local bus to Beshishahar through the beautiful Nepalese countryside. Beshishahar is big town and district headquarters of the Lamjung District, explore the surrounding area and overnight at the hotel.

Day 04: Trek to Bahundanda (1,310m/4,298ft), 5-6 hrs walk
Today, we begin our trek from Beshishahar with fine view of Hiunchuli and peak 29 (Ngadi Chuli) and crossing some local wooden & bamboo bridges reaches at Bhulbhule. It then continues to Ngadi village for lunch passing through waterfall through the river bank before reaching at Bahundanda for overnight. This is nice village on a top of hill and you may have chance to explore the evening time to local village and around the school areas.

Day 05: Trek to Chamje (1,410m/4,626ft), 5-6 hrs walk
After a breakfast the trek descends to Syange village crossing fields and local villages, a short downhill walk brings you Syange village is reached after crossing a long suspension bridge, and our trek continues gradually uphill from the river and the last steep climb to get to Jagat for lunch stop. From here an hour further walk on rocky path & long scenic waterfall across the river and finally brings you at Chamje for overnight stop.

Day 06: Trek to Dharapani (1,960m/6,430ft), 5-6 hrs walk
From Chamje a short walk brings to a suspension bridge over the raging Marshyangdi river, after crossing the bridge it’s another steep climb for another 2-3 hours till Tal, the village is situated on the gorge-valley by the side of the river Marshyangdi and decorated with beautiful waterfall & sandy spread river. Further trek follows the upstream up to the Dharapani, which is through the rocky trails and crossing few suspension bridges and small teashops bring you at quite large village at Dharapani for the overnight at Guste house..

Day 07: Trek to Chame (2,710m/8,891ft), 6-7 hrs walk
We continue our trek further to Chame. From where changing the vegetation, people and the landscapes changes and the air will gets cooler, the trail then climb through pine forests to Bagarchhap, the first village on the trek with typical Tibetan architecture. After a pleasant walk to Bagarchhap, the altitude slowly gains as we come at Danaque and to the alpine region passing through farm, orchards and beautiful pine forest with views of towering peaks of Lamjung and Annapurna II, the trail follows the river Marshyangdi upstream passing by the villages of Latamanang and Koto before further half an hour brings you at Chame for overnight at the hotel. This is head quarter of Manang district with grand view of Annapurna II.

Day 08: Trek to Pisang (3,200m/10,496ft), 5-6 hrs walk
The trails leads from the other side of the river on the northern bank passes through pine woods and small villages with few ups and downs till you reach the orchard village of Bhartang for apple garden. We continue on the gradual path up to a bridge, from the bridge a short steep climb through the pine forest brings you at the top of the ridge of Dhukur Pokhari for the lunch. After walking out of the tree line a great view of Pisang peak on the north and the Chulu peak can be seen with Pisang village below you, from this top a gentle descent of one hour brings you to windswept village of Pisang for overnight. Evening visit upper Pisang for the Tibetan style of houses and monastery with panoramic view of the Annapurna range and valley.

Day 09: Trek to Manang (3,500m/11,482ft), 4-5 hrs walk
The trek starts with pleasant walk through pine forest and the scenic view. The walk climbs gently up for half an hour and reaching the top, stop at a ridge to get our first view of the Manang valley, This grand spot offers a spectacular views of the valleys, Humde village with it’s short air-strip and the great peaks of Gangapurna, Annapurna II & III, Tilicho and on the right Chulu east, on the back Pisang peak. The walk forward to Humde and pleasant walk up to the Braga village for traditionally built up Tibetans style of houses and if can be visited the monastery, it has an outstanding display of statues, Thanka paintings and the religious manuscripts. From here it is only an hour walk to Manang for the overnight.

Day 10: Acclimatization day at Manang (3,500m/11,482ft)
Today is full of rest for acclimatize and explore Manang. The village of about 500 flat-roofed houses is the picturesque set amongst some spectacular scenery -Annapurna II, Annapurna III (7,555 meters), Gangapurna (7,454 meters) to the South – Tilicho (7,132 meters) and the Grand Barrier to the West – Chulu West (6,583 meters) and Chulu East (6,059 meters) to the North. After explore and relaxing day at Manang, visit Himalayan Rescue Association and if needed go for movie show.

Day 11: Trek to Yak Kharka (4,110m/13,484ft), 3-4 hours walk
After a wonderful time at Manang, the trail leads to a slow climb up for an hour to the Tenki Manang for enclose view of the Annapurna, Gangapurna and Tilicho peak. The track gently winds up offering inspiring views and through terrains with juniper bushes as the only surviving vegetation around this region and will brings you at Yak-Kharka for the overnight.

Day 12: Trek to Throng Phedi (4,400m/14,432), 3-4 hrs walk
We start our trek with slow and own pace to get to Phedi. We still have same amazing view of mountains and landscapes. After an hour walk reaches at Ledar and continues to climb along the east bank of the Jorsang Khola, then descends and crosses the stream on a wooden bridge to get a small tea shop. We stop for wonderful view and tea breaks, we follows a narrow path across a high, unstable slope before heading to Thorong Phedi for the overnight. Phedi, which means ‘foot of the hill’, is a common Nepali name for any settlement at the bottom of a long climb.

Day 13: Trek to to Muktinath (3,800/12,467ft) via Throng La (5,416m/17,765 ft), 7-8 hrs walk
Today is longest and hardest day of the whole trip. We start our walk early in the morning with packed lunch and the trail becomes steepest initially and reaches at high camp. Walk on your own pace viewing with sunrise and glimpse of the mountains. We continuing walk to the top takes 3-4 hrs to the Throng top and with a great feeling of victory take a short breaks for picturesque scenery and down to the Mustang part of mountains and the Kaligandaki valley far below to the West. Finally, we made to Muktinath after 7-8 hrs long walk and overnight at lodge.

Day 14: Trek to Marpha via Lupra(2,670m/8,760ft), 6-7 hrs walk
We visit temple in the morning then after the breakfast we walk to Lupra village which is extremely beautiful with Bon religion,on the way we see very beautiful Mt. Dhaulagiri(8177m) and Nilgiri (7061m) and beautifull Himalayan landscape continuing our journey descending to the Kaligandaki river valley floor, from here onwards the valley gets very windy path, the walk follows the gentle trail for another two hours till the large town of Jomsom a town and a headquarter of the Mustang region with a small airstrip just above the Kaligandaki River. Then we will drive to Marpha  which is little gem, with whitewashed houses, paved streets and numerous well kept lodges. Here you will have time to celebrate with the local apple products like cider, brandy and juice and dinner with apple pie.

Day 15: Trek to Ghasa (2,120m/6,955ft), 6-7 hrs walk
Today, the walk is very enjoyable following the Kaligandaki river down stream reaches another charming village at Tukuche, close beneath the Tukuche peak and Dhaulagiri with spectacular views of Mt. Nilgiri’s and the massif icefalls which tumbles from the Dhaualgiri’s east face, after an hour walk from Tukuche continuing trek down to Kalolpani village for lunch, and this is another lovely village of more than 30 houses with excellent tea houses and lodge with grandeur view of Mt. Annapurna I, Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri above the beautiful pine forest. After 2 hrs easy downhill brings you long settled Thakali village for overnight at lodge.

Day 16: Trek to Tatopani (1,200m/3937ft), 4-5 hrs walk
The route dramatically changes the vegetation, from dry, arid desert to pine and conifer forests, as we pass between two giant peaks of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna’s. From Ghasa the southern end of the area dominated by Thakali people till Tatopani, the architectural style change, with much ornately carved wood work in evidence. This pleasant walk amidst the beautiful surrounding continues back to the terraced paddy fields and into warm sub-tropical climate all the way to the village of Tatopani passing through the beautiful waterfalls of Rupse waterfall. We come down through Dana village (the deepest gorge of the world) and after lunch onwards couple of hour to get to Tatopani for natural hot spring bath. Explore the local place and overnight at hotel.

Day 17: Trek to Ghorepani (2,850m/9,350ft), 5-6 hrs walk
After spending wonderful day at hot spring we trek down before crossing a suspension bridge over the Kaligandaki river, the path leads by the river for a while just arriving at the junction of the two trails, the other wide path follows the river all the way to Beni. We diverts from here taking the left uphill climb, the first of the climb is quite steep to the top, and continue with farms and villages, from this spot a gradual climb leads us most of the day, leaving behind the terraced fields walking in the dense rhododendron forests and reaching at Ghorepani for the overnight at guste house which is a great place for mountain scenery.

Day 18: Poon hill hike and trek to Tadapani (2,710m/8,891ft), 5-6 hrs walk
An early morning start for 40 minutes hike up to Poon hill (3210m/10530ft), the route offers the glimpse of the pleasant rhododendron forest. This brilliant viewpoint provides us an unobstructed sunrise over the high Himalayas and the wide range of panoramic scenery from the far western Himalaya of Dolpo, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and Annapurna including Mt. Machhapuchre (Fish Tail) and all the way to Manasalu. After a great time return back to Ghorepani for breakfast and continue trek to Tadapani for overnight.

Day 19: Trek to Pokhara (823m/2,700ft), 5 hrs walk & 1 hrs drive
This is our last day trek after long days and immersing yourself to finish quickly this day. Trek leads through the scenic landscapes and local villages to get steep descend leads us to Ghandrung village for lunch. This is heavily settled Gurung village, a modern village of Nepal. Further an easy path reaches at Birethanthi, where is the confluence of Modi and Bhurungdi River. After half an hour flat walk will reach at Nayapul. Our trek ends here and drives back to Pokhara lakeside for the overnight stop. Remaining time explore the surrounding lake side area and simply relax at the heart of Lake Town.

Day 20: Drive to Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft), 5-6 hrs drive
Early morning drive by tourist bus to Pokhara through the beautiful Nepalese countryside to reach the Kathmandu. On arrival at Kathmandu guide will transfer to the hotel and rest of the time relax or explore the surrounding areas and overnight at hotel.

Day 21: Departure from Kathmandu
This Day is free or last minute shopping for souvenirs or gift to your family, friends or relatives for you until your departure flight.

What are Included

  • Airport pick up drop service
  • Trip briefing
  • All land transportation as per itinerary
  • Kathmandu Hotel accommodation in double room basis with breakfast (BB PLAN).
  • Sightseeing/Monument entrance fees only in Kathmandu valley.
  • Food and accommodation and 3 meals (Breakfast, lunch, Dinner) during the trek
  • Local Transportation
  • An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide)sherpa, porters to carry luggage and all equipment including their salary, nepali staff insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging.
  • ACAP permit/trip permit and all necessary paper work
  • All government taxes.
  • Dinner will provide end the trip
  • Medical kit
  • Note !!!! !!!!! 2 clients have 1 porter, each porter carry  28kg luggage,

What are not included

  • Nepal entree visa:
  •  Nepal entry visa fee (US$ 30 per person) you obtain a visa           easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu for 60 days from date of issue.You will require 2 passport size photos.
  • International airfare
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Emergency helicopter rescue evacuation fees..
  • Any Travel insurance fees
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, water bottle, hot shower during the trekking ,alcoholic beverages like Miniral water,Coca cola,Fanta,Beer etc.)
  • Personal trekking equipment and clothing
  • Sleeping Bag.
  • Any donation and monuments entrance fee during the trip
  • Tips for guides,porters,hotels.
  • Note: Cost includes and exclude section may give you better idea on how the trip is organized. Once you let us know the number of interested traveler and departure date we would get back to you with actual cost for the trip.

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Useful Trip Information

Respect customs and traditions

The Himalayan populations live in a harsh environment; Everyday life is tough. It is not surprising, therefore, that their beliefs and customs are closely associated with the cycles of nature. Their religious fervor is everywhere manifest and the divine omnipresent in their environment. Religious monuments, temples and monasteries testify to the vitality of their beliefs and ancestral customs that punctuate life. In the high mountains, work in the fields and household chores occupy the whole day. The peasant produces the bare necessities to feed his family and, with a little luck, a small surplus that he will hasten to sell to the market. The sense of community is very developed and the work of the land is often accomplished collectively.
Living in the Himalayas means walking to move and carry. Women and children walk to fetch water and firewood. You have to walk to the fields or to the next village. You also have to walk to the dispensary or the market. The provisions and miscellaneous merchandise required must be carried or carried on the back of a man or yak.
Despite the extreme roughness of life, the populations developed an exceptional taste for the festival, most of which have a religious connotation. The celebrations are an occasion for great celebrations in which all the people participate: Losar celebrates the Tibetan New Year, Dasain, the biggest festival in Nepal, celebrates the victory of the goddess Durga on the buffalo demon, Indra Jatra at Kathmandu highlights the end of the monsoon, Biskhet Jatra in Bhaktapur celebrates the New Year. At the rhythm of the drums and cymbals, monks and lamas, transformed into dancers personifying great Buddhist saints and demons, revive centuries-old mysteries and legends.
Some more tips to respect populations and cultures:
– Respect the personal space of your guests, adapt to the uses of the local culture.
– Photographing people relies on an exchange, make sure of their agreement.
– In the villages, prefer an ample covering covering the shoulders.
– In contact with populations of Buddhist tradition, respect the usages:
– bypass the stupas clockwise;
– fire is sacred, avoid disposing of waste;
– when sitting down, avoid stretching your legs and directing your feet towards someone (train to sit cross-legged!);
– it is customary to make an offering of a few rupees in the sanctuaries and temples visited.
– Respect the places of worship you visit, wear a suitable attire and agree not to enter it when it is forbidden or during ceremonies. Remove your shoes or cover your head at the entrance of the religious sites when requested.
– Demonstrative couples’ attitudes are perceived as inappropriate.
– Never distribute money, sweets or pens, especially to children, so as not to incite them to beggary. Prefer donations to associations, schools, dispensaries or other recognized organizations.
More suggestions
– do not enter in kitchen.
– Do not eat on the plate, nor drink in the glass of others, considered ritually polluted.
– If you decide to follow the local custom by eating the national dish (dal bath) with the hand, use the right.
– Do not designate someone or even a statue of the finger.
– Thank you do not exist! If you offer a gift, it will never be opened in front of you.
– Avoid bodily contact (never touch a child’s head, do not squeeze a woman’s hand).
– The Nepalese ask a lot of questions, do not be offended.
– Do not forget that a nod from left to right (or the opposite) means “yes, okay”!
The preservation of the environment
From the Terai plain to the Himalayan mountains, the landscapes range from 100 meters to more than 8,000 meters above sea level, offering an impressive variety. The vegetation, adapted to each environment, reflects this layout: from lush jungles to high places, through forests of acacias, magnolias or fragrant rhododendrons. Crops, especially rice fields, strongly mark these landscapes.
To preserve this exceptional natural heritage:
– Respect the regulations in force in regional and national parks.
– Avoid bringing back memories that are part of the natural heritage and collecting   Archaeological or cultural heritage.
– Do not approach the fauna too closely; We must not forget that we are only invited in its own territory. — Always remember to pick up your papers, handkerchiefs, cigarette butts, etc.
– Avoid leaving waste that is difficult to recycle (such as batteries, wipes, plastics) in rural areas or small villages that do not have recycling facilities. Bring them back to the big cities or bring them back with you.
– Pay special attention to the management of your waste in the camps, in order not to degrade the environment:
– respect the sort proposed by the accompanying team;
– burn the toilet paper used in its entirety.
– Water requires treatment, we advise you to treat it with pellets or a filter.
– Some areas you will cross contain many cultivated plots. In order to preserve the work of the local people, do not leave the paths and abstain from picking rare flowers, fruits, etc.
– When you have individual air conditioning, we recommend that you always shut it down when you leave the room to avoid over-consumption.
Our suggestion for your Health

Recommended Vaccines
We strongly recommend that you keep current vaccinations: diphtheria-tetanus-poliomyelitis +/- pertussis, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, hepatitis A and B.
In case of prolonged stay, during the transmission period, it is desirable to be immunized against Japanese encephalitis.
Malaria
Malaria is present all year round below 2000 m altitude and especially in the rural areas of Teraï – zone 2 classification. Antimalarial treatment is necessary. Consult your doctor.
Antimalarial treatment is not necessary for a trekking. Treks generally take place above the altitude of the mosquito bearer. At the lower altitudes, at the beginning and end of the circuit, the crossed regions may present some risks of transmission.
Provide additional personal protection against mosquito bites (repellent, loose clothing and covering) as an additional preventive measure.

Dengue
Dengue is present in Terai. It is recommended to protect against mosquito bites.
Dentist and doctor
We recommend that you carry out a check-up before your departure.

“In Nepal, all mountain rescues are paid for, they can take time to organize and are dependent on the weather, helicopters flying only in good conditions. Insurance is the responsibility of individuals. Otherwise, they must finance the cost of the search and / or repatriation themselves. In Nepal, helicopters only take off if they are guaranteed to be paid for.
It is imperative to carefully read the terms of the insurance contract. All travel insurance does not cover research and evacuation costs in the mountains, especially those associated with the use of a credit card. To be insured for a repatriation usually involves only the assumption of responsibility for the transfer from a hospital to your country. This does not necessarily cover mountain research and evacuation costs to a hospital. Similarly, sometimes only accidents are covered and not diseases, such as mountain sickness.”
Getting Ready to Go
Physical preparation is needed to Trek /Expedition and other Adventure sports activites in Himalaya Nepal to make your dreams come true. Do not forget to maintain your fitness,once a week by walking (about 15 km) if possible on a vertical course (250 m / h) or by practicing any kind of sport (1 h 30) every three day per week.
Your individual pharmacy will contain:
– Treatment of elevated pulmonary edema (Nifedipine).
– Treatment of elevated cerebral edema (Betamethasone).
– Treatment of acute mountain sickness (Acetazolamide).
– Blood-suppressant (aspirin).
– Analgesic (Paracetamol).
– Powerful analgesic (Tramadol).
– Antidiarrhoeal (Racécadotril).
– Antispasmodic (Phloroglucinol).
– Antiemetic and An antacid against heartburn.
– Intestinal antibiotic (Metronidazole).
– Antibiotic broad spectrum (Azithromycin).
– Anti-inflammatories (tablets and ointment).
– Cold and sore throat pellets.
– Ophthalmic healing (Vitamin A Dulcis).
– Tick gripper, needle for splinter and blister, tweezers, 2/3 nurse pins.
– Disinfectant wipes, adhesive plasters (various sizes), double skin, adhesive tape 6 cm, Steri-strip.
– Antiallergic treatment and itch cream.
– Biafine and sunscreen.
– Purifying tablets for water.
– Adequate antimalarial treatment, antiparasitic powder, anti-mosquito repellent.
Your personal medications
This will be validated with your physician taking into account the recommendations of  your personal doctors, to be responsible for your safety during the trip.
Your luggage
–All of your belongings are split between a backpack worn during the walk and a travel bag with padlocks carried by the logistics team on site. Entrusted to porters, it must not exceed 16 kg per person (for the tent program) or 13 kg per person (for the lodge program).
–Provision of a sursac during the trekking: on your arrival in Kathmandu, a sursac will be put at your disposal for the duration of the trekking. Its purpose is to protect your own trekking bag during transport by man. It is not waterproof and can not totally replace your own travel bag, unless you carry your belongings in individual plastic bags.
These bags, the volume of which is studied for transport on the back of a man, are we
– A backpack equipped with wide shoulder straps and an adjustable anatomical frame, with a capacity of 35 to 40 liters, for your business of the day.
– A bag of travel of 80 to 100 liters, flexible, transported during the day by the porterage team or by vehicle.
Bedding
– Sleeping bag (comfort temperature – 5 ° C / -10 ° C).
Basic equipment
– Carline thermal underwear (quick drying).
– Micropolar.
– A warm jacket in polar type Polartec or Windstopper (excellent weight / insulation ratio).
– A waterproof and breathable Goretex jacket.
– A rain cape.
– Carline thermal tights.
– Mountain pants.
– Socks of excellent thermicity.
– A pair of gaiters.
– Windstopper hat or hood.
– A hat, a scarf or a cap for the sun.
– Very good ski goggles with side shields or glacier glasses.
– A pair of warm and waterproof Goretex gloves.
– A pair of spare gloves.
– A gourd (or water bottle gourd, pipette).
Shoes and technical equipment
– Light, airy shoes with good adhesion on the different surfaces.
Examples in Salomon’s X-Hiking range: Epic Cabrio, Elios.
– Waterproof footwear with a high-stem and sole with good adhesion, such as Contagrip or Vibram.
– A headlamp.
– Telescopic walking sticks.
Various
– Spare clothes.
– A pair of spare laces.
– A toilet kit and a towel.
– Toilet paper.
– A pocket knife (in the hold!).
– A few plastic bags to protect your belongings.
– A needle and thread.
– An anti-theft wallet, to be kept always with you, with your papers of identity, money, attestations of insurance, assistance.
– A swimsuit for the hotel in Kathmandu.
– Light clothing for the Kathmandu valley.
Security in Nepal
Since May 28, 2008, a Constituent Assembly has been elected. It proclaimed the abolition of the monarchy and its replacement by a federal democratic republic. The paramilitary groups have laid down their arms and no incidents have so far involved tourist groups. If the constitutional process is now over, the political situation is always fluctuating.
No region of the world can be considered totally safe.
t is essential, however, to remember that we can not substitute for your own decision.
In the presence of proven risk, we reserve the right to:
– reinforce our coaching (for accompanied circuits);
– modify the itinerary of our circuits;
– close a circuit or a destination for a longer or shorter period when we consider that the level of risk is not acceptable.
Your safety and enjoyment are our priority.

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