In Nepal Annapurna Region Trek is one of the most beautiful regions for treks that offers some spectacular views of mountains peaks, lush landscapes, rivers, jungles, greenery and deepest gorge areas of the world. Located in the Central of Nepal, this region holds the pride of Annapurna massif Himalaya. As you immerse deep into the trekking trails of the Annapurna region, you will dissolve into the beauty of towering mountain peaks like Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Annapurna South, Machapuchare, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Bara Sikhar, Jugal Himal, Himchuli, Lamjung Himal and many more.
Most of the travellers are unaware that the first 8,000 m mountains were summited on top Annapurna at the height of 8,091 m / 26,545 ft high by French Expeditions led by late Maurice Herzog in the 1950s three years before Mt. Everest was climbed.
Annapurna Region Trekking mainly begins from the nice and clean city of Pokhara. Considered as one of the best destinations in the world, Pokhara in itself is a touristic destination. You can visit Fewa Lake and Begnas Lake, Pokhara is a lakeside and tourist city. You can admire the awesome views of Mt.Annapurna and Mount Machapuchare in the undisturbed clear and colourful water of Fewa Lake as you stroll by the side of the lake. Adventure activities are like bungee jumping, Zip flyer, boating, paragliding, rafting, etc. can be some options to recreate yourself for the fun in Pokhara. Besides, a sightseeing tour to Gupteshwor temple, David’s falls, Gurkha Museum, and International Mountaineering museum can be the best way to explore Pokhara!
Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Area covers most of the area of the Annapurna region. Being one of the most well-preserved destinations in the world, the region is biologically very rich. As the region varies from the foothills of Annapurna to the alpine region, the region preserves some rarest vegetation and animals like Monkeys, Mountain Got (Himalayan Thar) found in this area. It is a home of some rare flora and faunas found in flatlands and alpine vegetation of Annapurna Himalaya. The cultural diversity adds to the biodiversity of Annapurna. Annapurna region is a land of diverse ethnic groups like Gurung, , Braman, Chhetri. Magar, Thakali and many more. Living together, they share their own unique culture, lifestyle and hostility around the area.
Many different trekking routes in the Annapurna region, but Annapurna Base Camp Trek, and Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is the most popular and busy trails as they are the option of many travel lovers; the reason is – it’s easy. Annapurna Circuit Trek and Short Annapurna Circuit Trek are a bit tougher therefore, these treks are for the challenge and adventure lovers!
Muktinath town is a popular spiritual destination among Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims that falls in the route of Annapurna Circuit Trekking. A Buddhist Gompa, a Vishnu temple and the Jwalami (Goddess of Fire) Temple is the major attraction of this place. This temple has a spring and natural gas that provides Muktinath with a famous eternal flame. Muktinath is also a vantage point for its fascinating views of the Annapurna ranges. Similarly, Kali Gandaki gorge – the deepest gorge in the world is a wild and dry terrain that falls in the circuit. Similarly, Jomsom is a popular town full of warm and hostile people that makes your trek even more appealing