Annapurna Base camp trek covers the major trekking route in the Annapurna region and leads us to the base camp of Annapurna massif. The trekking route is decent and moderate trekking destination which goes through the Annapurna conservation area offering visuals of flora, fauna and wildlife in the conservation area. Visuals of high snow covered mountain peaks and the easy trails add energy to the trekkers. The trekkers do not require high technical expertise to pass the trekking route. This is probably one among many reasons contributing to the popularity of the Annapurna Base Camp trek. It is one of Nepal's most popular treks also known as the classic trekking route in Nepal.
The trekking offers beautiful sceneries and views of the Annapurna conservation area and snow capped mountain ranges mainly Annapurna- I, II, III, Macchapuchre, Hiunchuli, poonhill and Mount Dhaulagiri. This is most ideal trekking route for Mountain photography enthusiasts. It also allows mingling in the Lama and Tibetan culture and experience the local mountain life of the Himalayan Nepalese districts.
The trek to Annapurna Base Camp can be done independently, easily. This trek can be done in all seasons, however, due to the snow level, the Base Camp can sometimes be closed in the winter. The huge rhododendron forests are in full bloom in springtime which gives the trek an extra attraction. About 70 % of the total trekkers visiting Nepal, trek via this trail.
We’ll drive to pokhara from Kathmandu, and then to Nayapul where our foot trek officially begins. We’ll trek to Ulleri, and then to Ghorepani to Poon hill. Poon hill is a view point to Annapurna plus other peaks, as well as to sunrise and sunset. From Poon hill, we trek to Tadapani, to Chhomrong, to Dovan, to Deurali to reach Annapurna Base Camp trekking via Macchapuchre Base Camp. From the Base camp, we trek down to Bamboo, to Jhinju Danda to Landruk and drive to Pokhara.