Annapurna Base Camp in March
Annapurna Region Trek

Annapurna Base Camp in March- Everything you need to know


Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal is a treasure for mountain lovers. March in Nepal marks the beginning of spring and spring is definitely the best time for visiting any place. Thus, with the onset of March, the number of trekkers wandering in the Annapurna trial increases significantly. Annapurna in March means of Rhododendron, is the best time for enjoying the view of the majestic mountain peak. Annapurna Base Camp in March and Annapurna Circuit in March is absolutely stunning.

With the stable weather, dry trail and the clear skies during the morning, you will collect the fondest memories in Annapurna Base Camp trek in March. The moderate temperature and calm environment are going to make things easier to you. Here is a detail of Annapurna Base Camp trek in March- Annapurna Base Camp Weather in March, Annapurna Base Camp highlights. Annapurna Base Camp Accommodation in March and tips for Annapurna Base Camp in March.


Annapurna in March Weather:

March welcomes the aromatic spring after waving goodbye to the snowy winter. The temperature of the Base Camp is neither too cold nor too hot. The days are quite hotter while the nights and mornings are chilling. During March, you don’t need to not worry about the snow and rainfall- you will be walking under the crisp sky. The lush forest with colorful blooming flowers improves the visibility of the surrounding landscapes. The red and pink Rhododendrons blooming with many wildflowers in this region makes everything pleasurable. The sky might not be always clear during the day, but the morning view of The Mt. Annapurna (8091m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6997m), unclimbed Fang (7647m), Gangapurna (7454m), etc are awe-inspiring.

The average daytime temperature of March at lower altitudes is around 10 degrees Celsius. But as you go higher the cold air hits you. Above the height of 4000m, the evening and morning are freezing while the daytime temperature remains slightly above zero. In the Base Camp, even the day time temperature is below zero degrees. If you happen to stay longer, you will also need to learn about Annapurna Base Camp in May.

Annapurna Base Camp in March Highlights:

  • Awe-inspiring mountain views
  • Beautiful sunrise view from Poon Hill
  • panorama view of some world’s highest mountains like Dhaulagiri and Annapurna
  • Spectacular views of the glacier
  • A bath in hot spring at Jhinu Danda
  • Visit Gurung Museum in Ghandruk
  • Witness the Exotic floral and faunal diversity
  • A peek into Nepal’s rich tradition and culture
  • Trek through the Rhododendron forests in full bloom.

Annapurna Base Camp Difficulty:

Annapurna Base Camp trek is always a moderate trek. It doesn’t demand advanced physical fitness or any previous trekking experiences. Annapurna Base Camp in March is easier due to right clime.

And when it’s dry and warm, the trek is even more pleasant. The colorful wildflower added to the beautiful hills makes the fun double. So, there is no risk for ABC trek in March due to the stable climate and weather. And if you choose through the Ghorepani trail, your body gets well adapted with high altitude along the trail.

Trekkers with previous high-altitude trek experiences is obviously a plus, but you can go well even without one.

Annapurna Base Camp in March Accommodation:

As March indicated the beginning of spring it’s the perfect time for alluring that natural beauty which attracts lots of trekkers. Annapurna Base Camp in March is accompanied by many others.

You don’t have to worry about getting a room in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Even at the lower elevation like Ulleri, Poonhill, and Ghandruk, there will be enough tea houses. But with the increasing elevations, you will only have fewer options for accommodation. So you might have to book the room in advance (Ps: your trekking agency arranges the room

The tea house will have a small private room with twin beds which cost around $3 to $6. The rooms are usually small but tidy.

Annapurna Trekking Permits Costs:

Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permit cost US $30 for other nationals and US $2 for SAARC countries. Trekkers’ Information Management System card Cost US $20 per person. Annapurna Base Camp in March has same similar permit requirements as other months.

Tips to Annapurna Base Camp In March

  • As the weather in high altitude is quite unpredictable, be prepared even for the worst time
  • As spring is a busy season, make sure book for accommodations earlier.
  • Start the trek early morning so that you will reach your destination earlier.
  • Pack warm clothes for the evening and morning and sleeping bags for the night
  • Hire a porter who will carry your loads so that you can have an easy walk
  • Take enough acclimatize day to prepare your body
  • Stay hydrate and drink non-polluted water
  • Carry extra cash as there are no any ATM in the ABC route.

Final Say,

The stunning view of the majestic Himalaya ranges is always captivating. But the stable, warm weather and blooms makes Annapurna Base Camp in March make it even better.

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About Shobita Neupane

Shobita is a co-founder of Travel Diary Nepal. She is a passionate traveler and a content writer. Her favorite quote is Fly so high until your problem looks smaller and the dream seems closer.

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