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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Annapurna Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of Nepal’s favorite and well-known treks. The trek is adobe with diverse cultures and wilderness. The base camp of Annapurna gives you the most surprising and amazed and closest view of the city of Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Hiunchuli, and Dhaulagiri. During the spring season, it presents mesmerizing flowers like the “Rhododendron” which is also the national flower of Nepal. During your walk, Kali Gandaki offers your beautiful company with orchids, Machhapuchhre massif, and the deepest gorge. and lastly, the question arises of how to reach the Annapurna base camp?

One of the world’s most common treks is the Annapurna Base camp trek. It actually takes you face to face with a hundred thousand – this is unbelievable for a moderately difficult walk! The intriguing massif of Annapurna features the 10th highest summit in the world. The attraction for mountaineers in Annapurna I (8,091 meters). It has the highest fatality ratio of 8,000. The ABC Trek contains many gems for the mountain lover. This great atmosphere is apart.

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is beginning at Nayapul. Local bus transport from Pokhara to Nayapul is very regular. The journey from Pokhara to Nayapul takes only about 3 hours. However, if a person leaves Kathmandu, he or she can drive or fly to Pokhara. It takes approximately 6 to 8 hours to get to Pokhara if you prefer to take a tourist bus to Kathmandu. It will only take 20-25 minutes if an individual flies to Pokhara.

Things to in Annapurna trek

Explore the aerial view of Pokhara City

If you can imagine a stunning view onto the Pokhara valley, emerald plants, and excellent views of the mountain just after you have entered Pokhara town.

Boating from Phewa Lake

It is important to go boating on a calm Phewa Lake before one can go to the “ABC” trek. With Tal Barahi, it is the biggest gorge lake on the island so you can enjoy the marvelous Himalayan Machhapuchhre and Phewa Lake beauty.

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The final point on the ABC Trek is expected to be Annapurna Base Camp. The base camp can be visited, and many new persons of different nationalities worldwide meet and share their expertise. Trekkers can also visit Machhapuchhre Base Camp, the holy mountain.

For the magic sunrise, go to Poon Hill:

During the breathtaking Annapurna trek, it’s impossible to miss the sunrise view from Poon Hill. Looking at the magical Himalayan collection of Annapurna, it becomes organic and reddish where the first sunlight emanates from the sphere. Wake up early morning with a short slog to put on the warm layers and you are on Poon Hill in Ghorepani

Relax in local tribe culture

Trekking in the area of Annapurna is renowned for the astonishing cultural and cultural tradition. Visitors will gain an insight into the culture and a lot of awareness of different cultures and customs.

The Glider The

Paragliding is the best geographically located Pokhara adventure. The vulture, air griffin, and other birds enjoy the thrilling Himalayan scenery and the panorama from the birds overlook the bright green valley. As the walkers enter the side of the lake, adventure gifts from the top of Sarangkot are enjoyed by many people. In a mountain bike flight, paragliding is done under the direction of a trained and experienced gun behind you who monitor the flight.

Jhinu Danda’s Natural Hot Spring

In a natural hot spring in Jhinu Danda, you must have a bath in Luk warm water, which rests your tired muscles. It is generally assumed that a bath can be taken in natural thermals; dermatological diseases can be eradicated.

Stay in Ghandruk one day

One should always spend a day exploring Annapurna’s largest settlement. It is worth a visit to the existing houses and to connect with local people. It takes a while. It is commonly said that each Ghandruk house is a museum.


  • Shoes: Running shoes are most recommended.
  • 2L Water Bottle per person.
  • Sweatshirts or winter wear during winters.
  • Torch/ Headlamp.
  • Dry Snacks.
  • Cap and sunglasses
  • Raincoat for monsoons
  • Power Banks.
  • Hiking pole.
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