The Annapurna trekking is widely well-known tourist destination in Nepal due to its fascinating land of biodiversity, the scenic grandeur in combination with the multi-culture and multi-ethnic diversity stands in abundance radiant beauty on its account of the total area mixed up with incredible rewarding distinction from low land to upper highland. The upper sub-alpine grassland protects some of the endangered 101 species of mammals including snow leopards, musk deer, Tibetan Argali, Tibetan wolf, and Tibetan fox and blue sheep. Other area of the region protects 474 species of birds including 38 species of birds at risk in Nepal such as six species of multi-colored Himalayan pheasants, Golden eagle, Demoiselle crane, Indian tree pie amongst a whole host of other birds, butterflies and insects, 41 species of reptile, and 23 species of amphibian have been recorded in this region. More than 56 species of flowering plants are endemic to the area and have been recorded more than 3,430 species of flora in the conservation area.
This region is the home to over 150,000 inhabitants from over 10 ethnic groups (Tibet- Burmese:-Gurung, Thakali, Bhotia, Ethnic Tibetan, and magar; Manangi and Indo Aryan; Brahmin, Kshetri, Kami, Damai and sarki), of which ethnic backgrounds have ruined a livelihood out of its gentle hillside. The abundance of culture and religion are different from lowland to highland. The upper hills are Buddhist with traces of their ancient, semantic faith still apparent but the communities live further south and lowland are predominantly Hindu. The dawn of tourism and the economic migration increase the human populations in this area symbolized environmental deterioration. With the aims to protect environment and reserved some place for endangered creature for their existence as well as to improve local living standard. King Mahendra trust for Nature conservation in 1968 launched Annapurna conservation area project.
Annapurna Region lies in the western part of Nepal about 200km in distance, west of Katmandu valley and north of pokhara valley. Encircling by massive mountains, the Annapurna 1st (8091m) and Dhaulagiri (8167m), isolated by Kali Gandaki River distinguished as a deepest gorge on earth become the matter of further investigation. This perfect Annapurna region provides the perfect mix of culture and nature taste, where beauty is fest to wonders.
Tusm valley Manaslu and Annapurna circuit Trekking, Tsum valley is one of the most secret and incredible valleys. Various ethnic communities reside in this picturesque and tranquil valley, each maintaining their own unique rituals, culture and lifestyle. The local people are mostly of Tibetan origin and speak a unique dialect. ...read more
Ghorepani poonhill trekking –(Ghore-horse,pani–water) many years ago poon peoples use to live at Ghorepani with sheep and buffalo at that time horse use to carry water from below chitre village this is universal truth. It is a small village which lies in Myagdi District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of north-central ...read more
Nar phu valley trek well known as hidden valley of Nar Phu and trek along the "off the beaten path" crossing through challenging high passes of Kang La, 5280 m and Thorung La, 5416 m. A fantastic journey in unexplored country north of Annapurna; the Nar Phu Valley. This is a ...read more
Annapurna Circuit-poon hill trekking is the popular name for a 300 km trek in the Annapurna mountain range. The trek reaches an altitude of 5,300m on the Thorung La pass, touching the edge of the fabled Tibetan plateau. The trek is a magnificent plan, covering two different river valleys. It ...read more
Annapurna circuit trek A complete trek encircles the famous Annapurna mountains. The trek offers great variety of sub-tropical plains in the Himalaya... foothills through the trans-Himalayan Manang and Mustang regions. The trek goes throughThorang-La Pass-5416m. Between two valleys of Manang and Kaligandaki River gorge (the deepest gorge of the world). Above combinations make this trek one ...read more
Amazing sunrises and incredible mountain views Seasoned travelers to the Himalayas will tell you that the best place to visit is not Mt. Everest; instead it is the amazing Annapurna Mountains in western Nepal. The majestic snow capped peaks offer amazing views. Poon Hill in the Annapurna's is legendary as being ...read more
Jomsom is in the upper Kali Gandaki valley at the elevation of 2713 m. it is also known as Dzongsam or New Fort. The chaotic view of Mt. Dhaulagiri and Mt. Nilgiri is attractive. Jomsom area is not only the most popular trekking destination in Nepal but also the access to Upper Mustang and Muktinath shrine, the important pilgrimage place ...read more
Royal trek Named after Prince Charles and his 90 person explored this route in the early eighties, is the perfect introduction to the Annapurna’s. This short trek follows a shrub like path along the foothills of Annapurna, north of the Pokhara valley. Starting from Kalikastan ridge, about 25 km from scenic ...read more