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Annapurna Region trekking trips increase its popularity in all over the world since 1977. When it was first time opened for the outsiders. Annapurna region offers several trekking trail options for all types of trekkers. The Annapurna Circuit trek that has been known as one of the World's best Hiking trails according to a review by Modern Maturity (USA). The Annapurna area dramatically reveals the cultural and geographic frontier running across Nepal. Mountain views are frequent and stunning, and the numerous trekking itineraries offer different experiences – the trek around Annapurna leads you throughout the region, the Annapurna Sanctuary trek heads toward the heart of the Annapurna’s and the short trip to Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek and Mardi himal trek offers the best panoramic views in the region.
For those who want off the beaten trek in Annapurna region then our Nar Phu Valley Trek or Khopra Ridge Trek would be best options. If you are looking for long and more challenging treks in Annapurna regions then Tilicho Lake and Mesokanto Pass trekking, Annapurna Round Trek, Annapurna Round with ABC or Manaslu and Annapurna High Passes Trekking would be best options.
Annapurna region is only such region for trekking that offers splendid varieties of natural and cultural diversity with spectacular Himalayan views of Mt. Annapurna, Annapurna south, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Manaslu, and Fishtail etc. The Annapurna region (named for the Annapurna mountain range), to the north of Pokhara, is the most popular trekking destination in the world. Roughly 40% of trekkers visiting Nepal trek in the Annapurna region, 40% trek in the Everest region and the remaining 20% trek in various areas like Langtang, Dolpo, Mustang, Kachengjunga, Helambu, Manaslu.
Every trekker marvels over the magnificent scenery that the Annapurna region offers and its unspoiled bio-diversity, including Fish Tail peak, Annapurna, Nilgiri, Gangapurna and Lamjung Himal. The area is home to over 100 mammals, more than 60 reptiles and amphibians, in excess of 450 species of birds and 9 types of rhododendrons.