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Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Considered as world’s most famous and traditional treks, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek offers breathtaking mountain views and the chance to observe locals living their conventional lives in Nepal’s Himalayan villages.
The path to Annapurna Base Camp, at 4130 meters, passes through breathtaking and serene scenery, attractive Gurung and Magar villages, lush green Rhododendron, bamboo, and alpine forests (13546ft.)
Sunrise views of Annapurna ranges
Watching the early sun’s rays race through the casement of mountains is breathtaking and illuminates the towering Himalayas.
The famed sunrise viewpoint of Poon Hill, the center of the Annapurna Sunrise Trek, is reached after around two hours of early morning hiking. The stunning Himalayan sunrise represents the essence of nature’s regular cycle.
Hot springs at Jhinu Danda
Jhinu Danda is a natural hot spring with bathing spots in the foothills of the mountains where you can spiritually wash. The waters, according to locals, have a healing effect that takes your aches and pains away.
Your body will relax in hot water, built on the banks of the powerful Modi Khola and surrounded by lovely trees, while the expansive vistas of the river enthrall your eyes. Close your eyes and allow the river’s music to flood your head.
Insight into rural Nepali life
We will come across various ethnic groups among the residents along the Annapurna Base Camp Route, including Brahmins and Chhetris in lower altitudes and Mongoloid Himalayan people in the Himalayas. Most locals are Gurung and Magar, two ethnic groups known for the Gurkha regiment.
Learn more about the Himalayas’ cultural and traditional heritages, Wilderness Excursion advises trekking in the Langtang, Manaslu, and Everest regions. However, Annapurna is undoubtedly the best mountain for scenery, with Dolma Ecotourism.
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Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal
One of Nepal’s most well-liked, moderately challenging treks is this one. This walk is more accessible and shorter than other high-altitude excursions. Any physically fit person with minimal willpower can complete this trek.
You will traverse various terrain, experience several climates, and observe traditional highland culture while on the walk. Additionally, you’ll be treated to breathtaking vistas of Dhaulagiri, Macchapuchhre, and the Annapurna range.
Because you trek inside the Annapurna Conservation area, the ABC Trek is also known as the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. The Gurung and Magar settlements, as well as a variety of flora and animals, may be found in the Annapurna Sanctuary, encircled by the Annapurna peaks.
The refuge has a healthy Himalayan environment with drier regions because of its distinctive topography. There are also picturesque Thakali villages in the area, located on the foothills of the Annapurna mountain.
You are likely to be transported to a different time and space away from the bustle of the city by the terraced paddy farms, dense pine and bamboo forests, and tranquillity that you are surrounded by throughout your trip.
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