The Annapurna Circuit Trek has achieved a legendary status amongst trekkers around the world. This trekking route opened to foreigners trekkers since the year 1997 and it has been a big hit. Thanks to its overwhelming contrast in the landscape, the amalgamation of waterfalls, rivers, hills, and mountains create a vibe that has been appreciated by trekkers for decades now.
Trekkers experience scintillating views during the entirety of the trek. The landscape changes from sub-tropical forests to alpine forests and then to barren and rocky deserts. This spectacular trek takes you to several villages along the way, dwelled by diverse people from different ethnic groups. Experience the rich culture of the region and observe their unique approach towards life.
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The highlight of the trek would be crossing the Thorong La Pass which is situated at a staggering altitude of 5416 meters. But that comes in the end. This trek takes you through landscapes that are quite challenging but adventurous nonetheless. This trek starts from less than 1,000 meters giving us a chance to explore this region from lower altitudes to higher altitudes and from many different angles and perspectives as well.
We will start from Chamje and pass through various settlements such as Dharapani, Chame, Pisang and Manang. We will then head to Thorong La Pass and reach Muktinath. Then we will carry on to Jomson, where our trek will come to an end.
The Annapurna Circuit Trek can certainly get challenging as it falls under the difficulty level of strenuous. We will also experience the sight of mountains such as Annapurna, Manaslu, Himchuli, Dhaulagiri, and Nilgiri - to name a few.
The Annapurna Circuit Trek will definitely be a unique experience. With time, this route has become one of the most visited trekking routes in Nepal. The amazing landscape, the varying altitudes and the exquisite culture, this trek has everything that you want. So, why not head to the wilderness and find the true beauty of nature.