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Undoubtedly Annapurna has been the heavy weight champion of the Trekking industry of Nepal and it has every reason to be. Annapurna is an all season mountain destination and has unparallel view spots in abundance, which offers a world class and unblemished views of snow clad mountains.
Annapurna region is located in the western region of Nepal and comprises of Mustang, Manang, Kaski, Myagdi and Lamjung districts. Annapurna is diverse trekking destinations in Nepal and it offers a wonderful opportunity of strolling from village to village, explore trans Himalayan culture, mostly derived from and related to Tibet. The trek also allows exploring religion, culture, way of life, skills of culinary and winery. The vibrant ambiance of this archaic trade route to Tibet in the recent days has been a trekkers delight and home of world famous trekking like Annapurna Circuit trek.
Let it be 5 days, 10 days or 21 days, one or the other trek in the Annapurna region fits in the itineraries of every trekker and this is also one reason why Annapurna is the favorite. Annapurna can as well be rejoiced year around and is a year round trekking destination. The monsoon may be an ideal season for cloud lovers, where as the winter as well is not as extreme as some of the destinations but undoubtedly spring and fall is the best time of the year to be on the mountains of the Annapurna.
Occasionally through the shady broadleaf forest, the trails upstream are already in the beautiful blossoming Rhododendron, further into the fragrance of the pine forest and finally into the ferns and orchids. Keep an eye for equally striking birds, some rare and some common but all fantabulous.
Gurungs, Magars, Thakalis and Manange are major settlers of the region and are very identical from each other. Although every one of the race mentioned have resemblance in terms of facial structure but they have their own unique culture, norms and even dialects. Gurungs and Magars are the residents of the lower or the south end of the region, where as Thakali and Manange are highland settlers.
Some famous treks offered in the Annapurna region by Himalayas facts holidays are Annapurna base camp, Annapurna Panorama trek, Ghorepani Poonhill trek and the Royal trek. The trek all in all comprises almost all aspect of the Annapurna, hence making it one of the most vibrant experiences and we will manage an itinerary for you to make it a best trekking in Nepal.
Annapurna base camp is the favorite amongst the trekkers, since the evolution of trekking in Nepal, since the 1990’s. Annapurna has one of the most vivid landscapes and covers a vast area which homes one of the most beautiful biodiversities. Majority of Annapurna base camp trek falls under Annapurna Sanctuary, which is a protected region. Annapurna base camp trek can be initiated fro...Read more
Annapurna circuit trek is the most enchanted treks in Nepal, since the world first noticed the Himalayas of Nepal in the telescope. The Annapurna circuit trek covers around 300 kilometers to make a complete round of the massif and this trek is one of the most vibrant and prominent routes in Nepal. The route follows the Marsyangdi valley to Manang, and climbs to the zenith of the trek kno...Read more
Walking effortlessly on the foot of some tallest Himalayas in the world is no more a distant dream for globe trotters. If you are in time constrains and have limited physical abilities and yet wish to see the most striking mountain panorama the trails of Annapurna will quench your thirst for adventure. Annapurna Short trek in no time takes you to one of the most beautiful cities Pokha...Read more
Australian camp trek is an off the beaten trekking trails in Nepal. The trail does not surpass 2000m in height and there is no fear of altitude sickness where as there is no compromise in the views we get from here. The culture, flora and fauna we witness along the way to Australian camp is beyond explainable through words. There is no age restrictions to this trekking and requires ...Read more