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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek provides you with unparalleled access to spectacular horizons of Snowy peaks. The trek combines some of the most fantastic mountain scenery with a fascinating insight into the life of middle hill Nepalese. The trail takes us through an ever- changing landscape of rice fields, misty forests and lowland local villages to the glacier. It offers a fine opportunity to surround oneself with Himalayan Peaks specially witnessing the glacier basin of Annapurna Sanctuary formed by Annapurna, Machhapurchre (Fishtail, Himchuli, and Manaslu). This used to be a complicated trek due to problems with food and lodge. Now there are many new facilities between Ghandruk and Base Camp along this trail only used by trekkers. Annapurna Base Camp can be approached by at least three different routes. Here I have described one of three options. Main attraction Mid -hills cultural area, inhabited by Gurung, Magar, Brahmin and kshetri castes, Dramatic views of Annapurna and fishtail on the way to and from Base Camp. Vast range of bio-diversity on the trail conserved wild life and vegetation, natural hot spring. http://www.alltrek t/detail/11-Annapu rna-Base-Camp  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #1)

Trekking in Nepal

Namaste and Greetings from Himalayan Spirit Adventure Treks & Expedition ."IS AN EXCITING, ADVENTUROUS CONCEPT OF TRAVEL IN NEW NEPAL" The services we offer are extensive and the exceptional standard has been a benchmark since the company’s amalgamation in 2002. Comfort should not usually be seen as an end in itself here in Nepal, and yet the arrangements for accommodation and in-country travel are the very best of their type. And whatever the category and trip style you select, your personal well-being, both physical and material as well as intellectual and spiritual, is of our primary concern, no matter what. We always seek to provide services a step ahead; ensuring that you are always getting something more than what you pay for. Yet that is far from the whole picture; for ‘Himalayan Spirit Adventures’ is steeped in the traditions, the heritage, the culture, the values & the beliefs of the people of Nepal. This reality is part of our everyday life. Down here are the cacophony and carvings of temples and stupas, the profane music and dance of wild and colorful festivals and the enchanted mantras and the Thangkas of Buddhist fine art. The gods are even found on the walls of this unique landlocked country. We can also truthfully speak of real commitment to carbon-neutral policies within Nepal, to actual evidence of ‘responsible tourism’, sustainable practices and what we describe as ‘Tourism with the Community and the Community for Tourism’. We started this in the village we were born http://www.alltrek -in-nepal  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #1)

Annapurna Ghandruk Trek Nepal

The walk involves no difficult climbing or ascents to high altitudes. This Ghandruk Annapurna Loop, 3, 4 day hike is suitable for children or weary trekkers, as it does not involve any particularly long walking days and there is always plenty to see. Walking through fields and pastures above Pokhara, Excellent views of Annapurna South, Mahhapurche (fishtail), exploring the magnificent scenic beauty and rich nature, Explore Gurung culture and Landruk Ghandruk people in Annapurna Loop hike Ghandruk Visit Pokhara Paradise on Earth, a beautiful lagoon city with a high Himalayan panorama. The trail passes through rhododendron forest and fascinating traditional Gurung villages and Ghandrung Dhampus, a good opportunity to witness the culture and tradition of the country of Nepal. This hike offers beautiful views of the Annapurna, the start of the walk and ends Birethanti Phedi, The walk passes through Nepal famous Gurung Village Ghandruk offering breathtaking views of Annapurna South, Gangapurna, Annapurna III, and Hiunchuli Machhapuchhare. Archive: Name Trek: Annapurna Trekking Ghandruk Loop Trek Duration: 09 Days Best Season: February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November are the best seasons. However, July and August are good and hiking can be done, but not so clear visibility due to rain. Trek Grade: Easy / moderate enough Accommodation: Tea House Group size: Max Min.1 18 people in a group The minimum altitude: 1065m Maximum altitude: 2000 m http://www.alltrek t/detail/10-Annapu rna-Circuit-Trek  (Jun 16, 2013 | post #1)

Annapurna circuit trek Special Discount for student,resea...

Annapurna circuit trek is considered to be the traditional and the most famous trek in Nepal as well as one of the most celebrated trek in the world. If you are looking for diversity in both landscape and people, Annapurna Circuit trek is for you.The highlight of this trip is to reach the sacred site of Muktinath temple through the trek over the 5416m Thorong La pass. The Annapurna circuit Trekking is one of the classic treks in the world where it is possible to make the trekking itinerary short or long as trekkers demand because who those who a have short time frame can take a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara and those who have enough time have options to continue to Ghorepani Poon hill finish at Birenthanti (Nayapul ). Between Jomsom and Ghorepani there are natural hot springs in Tatopani where tourists enjoy taking baths. A trek to annapurna circuit use to take 3 weeks before but now due to the recent changes in Jomsom side this three weeks trek can be done within 17 to 18 days. Annapurna circuit completely around the famed Annapurna massif offers the fascinating ethnic groups, incredible views of many of the Himalayas' most famous high peaks, crystal clear lakes, turbulent rivers with deep gorge, hot springs and constantly changing panoramas from lush tropical rice paddies and moss - laden rhododendron forests to Tibetan fortresses clinging to rocky cliffs. rimalkamal@gmail.c om http://www.alltrek  (Apr 6, 2013 | post #1)

Trekking Guide recommended In Nepal

Nepal Trekking, Tour, Hiking, Adventure Trekking in Nepal Himalaya  (Apr 8, 2012 | post #5)