Annapurna Trekking has been widely known as the paradise for both experienced and amateur trekkers. There are 3 major treks in Annapurna region:
The region offers a range of shorter treks such as Ghandruk, and Tatopani. Others are the treks to the prehistoric kingdom, Lho that lies in upper Mustang; settlement of Manang, Muktinath temple, and the deepest gorge of the world; Kaligandaki.
The National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) commenced the Annapurna Conservation Area Project in 1968 which is said to be the first Conservation Area and largest Protected Area in Nepal. The conservation area which you will glimpse on the way in Annapurna region has 100 varieties of orchids and several rhododendron rich forests in the world. Particularly, the upper alpine location is a home for several wild animals like snow leopards, and blue sheep. Other areas of the region shelter bird species like multi-coloured impeyan, blood pheasant, kokla, amongst a large diversity of birds. Other than the flora and fauna, the area is rich in ethnic groups and diverse cultures.
Annapurna trekking region embraces peaks like Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV and other Annapurna south peaks. Annapurna Trekking will let you experience the varied terrain and different cultures of the region which make the area the most ideal destination in the country.