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Highlights of Trek: Birethanti water fall, Ghorepani- Poon Hill- Sun rise Ghandruk Village, Annapurna Base camp, Hot spring, Chhumrung village, Dhampus Village
This trekking area is covered and handled with assistance of the King Mahendra Trust for Nature conservation and the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). Total area of ACAP is 7629 sq km that encompasses forested middle mountains, high Himalayas and trans-Himalayan desert plateau ecosystems. In this region lies the deepest gorge in the world. The area is dominated by Annapurna I 8091 m the 10th highest in the world, Schima and chestnut trees are found in the subtropical forest between 1000-2000 m which give way to rhododendron, oak, hemlock and silver fir as you ascend to the temperate zone (1700 – 3000 m). Rhesus monkeys, yellow-throated martens & Himalayan weasels are some of the wildlife commonly encountered. Among the birds found in this region are the Himalayan griffons, Lammergeier, forktail, redstart, thrush and kingfisher to name a few. Gurung, Magar, Thakali & Brahmin villages dot the lower elevations. The Tibetan cultural influence becomes stronger as you go north
Pricelist: Annapurna Base Camp:
$ 660,- p.p. | 1 person
For prices for bigger groups, please contact us.
Also see our longer trek through the Annapurna region: Annapurna Circuit Trek.