Annapurna hiking for acclimatization in Manang – Spiritual Welcome Gate in Cham, Mount Manang Dhaulagir view from Muktinath. This is a "tea house trek" which means there are villages with lodges and restaurants where you can eat and stay along the route. You are invited to eat breakfast and dinner in the same cabin as you stay. Room prices are seemingly inexpensive as this (logs Rs 100-300 per double room) pays loggers more money for the food and drinks you sell than the room where you sleep. An amazing suspension bridge across the Kali Gandaki River Enjoying beautiful moments at Thorung La Pass at 5416mGhorepan Trek in Annapurna Trekking in winter. Manang and Mustang are higher up and are mainly Tibetan Buddhists. The Manang people are Gurung (not of Tibetan origin) and are very proud of their unique cultural heritage and the combination of the lower Gurung and Tibetan cultural influences. The Mustang people identify with Tibet much closer and the Mustang region has been a part of Tibetan history. The Mustang is also one of the last places in the world to see the ancient Bonpo faith. Annapurna hiking is wildly recognized as a paradise for naturalists. The upper sub-Alpine steppe environment contains some rare snow poppies and blue sheep. The protected area has 100 orchid varieties and one of the richest temperate rhododendron forests in the world. For thousands of years, people of different ethnic backgrounds have been scraping their livelihoods from steep slopes. Other areas in the area protect bird species, such as the multi-colored Impeyan, the cochlea, the blood pheasant among many other birds, butterflies and insects. There are many plants of Nepalese origin in this forest. Notable villages for Bonpo are Thini and Lupra near Jomsom and Nargon near Kobang.
Annapurna hiking is considered a paradise for trekkers because many people admire and enjoy it. Annapurna Trekking offers not only beautiful views of the mountains, but also many species of animals and birds such as leopard, blue sheep, Kokla, blood pheasant, etc. The journey runs from Beshahar to Nayapuli anticlockwise and reaches its summit at Thorung La (passing) at 5416m, or 17,769 feet. The route passes through the following mountains: Manaslu (8000 plus meters), Langtang Himal, Annapurna II and IV, Annapurna III and Gangapurna, and of course Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri, which pass through the world's deepest gorge. between these two 8,000-plus-meter peaks. Poon Hill, at the end of the hike, offers views of these two mountains, as well as South Annapurna and Macchupuccher, Fishtail Mountain. Another feature of the Annapurna trip is the comfort it offers during the hike. Although you are close to nature, you can also enjoy modern facilities and amenities, as the huts, hotels and restaurants in the area are well developed. Depending on the time availability, experience, budget and interest of hikers, we can customize any type of itinerary in the Annapurna hiking area. The Annapurna area is good for those who love flora and fauna, as there are 440 species of birds and animals in the Annapurna area. The trip also passes Buddhist villages and Hindu temples, especially Muktinath village, which is a holy place for both Buddhists and Hindus, and Braga, one of the region's oldest monasteries. From Dharapan to Kagben, you walk along the Annapurna section of the Great Himalayan Trail, a long-distance hiking route that connects Nepal from east to west.
In the Annapurna hiking area, some rare insect species have survived on the planet. Indigenous plants can also be found in the Annapurna area forest. Therefore, the Annapurna area has been declared a protected area by the Nepalese government. The eastern part of the voyage follows the Marsyangdi River upstream to its source near Manang Village. It takes several days to hike up the hill to get there. The route then passes a bypass, a grueling day of hiking, and back to where it meets the Kali Gandaki River. At the end of the hike, there are several options: follow the river to Ben's path and take the bus to Pokhara, or include an excursion to the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC Trek) aka the Annapurna Shrine Trek. Few projects have been launched in the Annapurna area to conserve orchids and rhododendrons, including some species of flora and fauna. The advent of tourism and the phenomenal increase in population have led to environmental degradation. In 1968, the Annapurna Nature Reserve project was launched by the Mahendra Nature Conservation Trust of King Nepal. Annapurna was also the first mountain of over 8,000 meters to scale. In addition to these natural treasures, you can also see the amazing lifestyles of indigenous peoples and their culture. They live on steep slopes for a long time.