Annapurna Circuit Trek:- Nepal Annapurna Trek- Adventure Great Himalaya

Annapurna Circuit Trek

“amazing and dramatic landscapes with change of climate on daily walks,
 from semi-tropic- cooler alpine temperature to high cold arctic zone,
 matchless views of high snowcapped peaks on day to day trekking,
 interesting villages of Buddhist culture around high Manang valley,
 from high Thorang-la pass to world deepest gorge of Kaligandaki River”
Annapurna Circuit Trekking listed as world top Ten Adventure Destination by various popular travel magazines and guide books, including Lonely Planet.

Certainly a country of mind-blowing scenery with dramatic landscapes which changes on daily walks, from paddy fields-alpine vegetation of lovely rhododendron and pine tree forest to barren high arid windswept landscapes at scenic Manang valley.

Annapurna Circuit Trekking with Adventure Great Himalaya will be enjoyable and comforting lead by expert team of guides and staff with wide knowledge of the area to offer you.

This marvelous journey starts with an overland drive on nice highway and then on rough scenic road to Manang area at Dharapani village to begin the trekking towards famous Annapurna circuit trail.

Trek leads through interesting villages and towns of Temang and Chame and towards higher cooler areas at Manang village after exploring its interesting monastery of Braga in the backdrop of high snowcapped mountains.

In Manang with rest day visiting its nice Tibetan Buddhist culture villages with close views of Annapurna-Gangapurna-Chulu peaks, then heading over high Thorang-la pass to reach the Kaligandaki River valley at Jomsom after walking past holy Muktinath temple area.

Walk leads past windswept town and villages including charming Marpha and Tukuche famous for apples and its products, then downhill to warmer area at Tatopani villages with hot spring to refresh after long days of trekking.

Finally this marvelous Annapurna circuit trek ends at famous touristic city in Pokhara after walking through Ghorepani and Poon Hill for stunning sunrise views over chain of mountains.

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