Annapurna Trekking in Nepal has been listed among the World’s Top 20 Traveler’s Destination. Annapurana region is home to the Annapurna Himalayas, a massif of over two dozen mountain peaks including Annapurna I, II, III and IV. Annapura I was the first 8000 meters to be summitted successfully in 1950, three years before Everest. The region is a well preserved ecological areas and remains number one model for community managed forest. Additonally, Annapurna region is home to a diverse ethnic groups of Nepal, such as Gurungs, Thakalsi, Brahmin, Chhetrtris etc.
Trek in the Annapurna region is once in a lifetime experience. Given its geography and attractions, one can do any types of treks in this region from short and moderate to long and challenging treks. The trek normally boasts of rich history, pristine ecology, varied ethnic cultures, rivers and streams, and a great variety of flora and fauna. The land and its people change daily or even hourly, giving the trekkers a tantalizing introduction to Nepal’s cultural and natural beauty.
Some major Himalayan peaks of Annapurna Region include the Annapurna south (23,693ft-7,219m), Gangapurna (24,457ft.-7,455m), Machhapuchare (Fish-Tail), Annapurna III (24,787ft-7,555m) Dhaulagiri and Manaslu ranges.