Annapurna Region Trekking

Annapurna Region Trekking is home to the most diverse and famous trekking routes from the three-week-long Annapurna circuit to a three-day trek, which is suitable for everyone. It combines some of the most iconic mountains like the majestic Mt. Machhapuchhare and the massive Annapurna itself. The Annapurna region is situated in the center of the Nepalese Himalaya and occupies about 80km of land between the Marsyangdi River in the east and the Kali Gandaki River in the west. Annapurna region is ranked top based on the number of tourists visiting Nepal each year. Surprisingly, it even surpasses the trek to the foothills of Mount Everest.  

As the name suggests, the Annapurna region trek takes us through lush green foothills, unique species of flora and fauna, barren of the world’s deepest Kaligandaki gorge, and subtropical forest filled with rhododendrons and other wildflowers. But the centerpiece of the Annapurna region as the name suggests is the range of mountains including Annapurna I, the first of 8000m to be climbed along with other major mountains and Himalaya ranges like Annapurna III, Annapurna II, Tilicho, Machhapuchhre, and Dhaulagiri. Capturing the panoramic views of these Himalayan ranges from Poonhill station is truly a heavenly experience.

Annapurna region trekking provides a wide range of cultural and geographical diversity. While trekking, trekkers get to experience the unique cultures and traditions of Thakali people who are known for their business ventures, and their home cooking is relished by both tourists and the Nepali people in general. You will also pass through different Gurung, Magar, and Brahmin villages where you get an insight into their distinct and different cultural, social practices, festivals, and tradition. You get to be part of their colorful culture and amazing hospitality. Even the remote villages in this trail provide sophisticated hospitality eagerly waiting to serve their guests. Green paddy fields, apple orchard, fertile farmland, and undisturbed natural forests, snow-capped mountains, hot springs, and glacial areas, and encounters with diverse ethnic communities are some of the little attractions of this trekking.