Trekking in Annapurna Region is one of the few popular treks in Nepal that focuses on different landscapes like Upper Mustang, Poon Hill, Annapurna Sanctuary, Jomson – Muktinath, etc. Trekking in Annapurna Region is a lifetime opportunity that lets us enjoy the spectacular views of amazing Annapurna massif including other beautiful snowy peaks like Mt. Machapuchhre (Fishtail), Dhaulagiri range, Hiunchuli, etc. As in the other trekking, this trekking also offers the trail along with the terraced rice fields, deep rhododendron, and wildflower forests, lush vegetation preserving unique floras and faunas, and beautiful hamlets of Gurung and Magar communities. The trekkers who do trekking in the Annapurna region complement the diversity of nature, culture, and mainly about the amiability of the local people. So, the trekkers feel like home and comfortable even though they are trekking in a strange place.
Trekking in the Annapurna region also gives an enthralling experience of natural springs which is located near Jhinu Danda. It is believed that the water of this hot spring has natural healing powers that relieve the pain and aches. Also, the views of the Gurung and Magar villages are so charming, one likes to explore around and enjoy the distinguished cultures and traditions. There are Buddhist monasteries in this Annapurna region which gives us spiritual feelings during the visit. After wandering around, the hot showers are very pleasant. Then, the typical traditional foods Daal and Bhaat along with pizza or chowmein are so enjoying eating. There are untimely alterations in the weather sometimes so that acclimatization is very necessary for future plans. So, this day is the rest day as well as acclimatization day. The amazing surroundings and the cool weather of this Annapurna region appeals to the trekkers to come back again for the trekking.
There are different itineraries for the trekking in different parts of the Annapurna region. Sophisticated guest houses and lodges are available with internet facilities, hot showers, and delicious food. The trekkers have their own choices to make this trip a camp based or a lodge/guest house based. This trekking in the Annapurna region is a moderate type of trekking, hence, one with normal physical endurance with sound health can opt for it. The best time for this trekking is usually from Mid – September to November during the autumn season and March-May during the spring season. But any time except monsoon season is preferable for this trekking. The temperature of the Annapurna region is usually low during the morning time but not so intolerable but it is usually warm during the day. The clear blue sky enhances the fascinating view and amazing surroundings of the snowy peaks giving away its cool breezes. A unique wilderness among the trekkers is very relaxing for trekking in the Annapurna region. Step on Himalaya welcomes you to the Annapurna region with the varieties of Itineraries for trekking.