Panaromic landscape, and marvels close at hand
Our expert trekking guides can also point out rare and precious flora and fauna and will help you spot the abundant local wildlife. Your trek around the Annapurna Circuit could provide a never-to-be-forgotten sighting of a snow leopard, black bear, wild boar, musk deer, or even a red panda.
What other highlights are there when you choose a Nepalese trekking adventure holiday around Annapurna?
Other unforgettable experiences around Annapurna
There are too many activities, sights, and experiences to sum up in a few words. However, many trekking holiday veterans list viewing the world’s deepest canyon (Kali Gandaki Gorge) and crossing the high pass of Thorong La (5416m) as their greatest ever achievements.
For others, the most exhilarating holiday moments were viewing snow-capped peaks from many elevations and angles, with the opportunities to see the Mt. Dhaulagiri view; Mt. Machhapuchre view; Mt. Nilgiri view, and the Tukuche peak.
Alternatively, your trek holiday highlight could be visiting the spiritually-rich mountain villages, including the timeless Muktinath.
Even from day one, you will add to your list of holiday memories that last a lifetime, as your walking adventure holiday starts at the gateway to Annapurna Circuit - Pokhara city.
Here you will see the ornate Tal Barahi Temple, which sits on an island within Phewa Lake, and you can wander around the International Mountain Museum, to research the history of mountaineering and the fascinating heritage of the Himalayas.
Every adventure holiday detail sorted
Review the itinerary of this adventure holiday in Nepal for more details of this supported trek around Annapurna.
Though the Annapurna Circuit Trek comes highly recommended by previous mountaineers and trekkers for its variety of scenery and experiences, your bilingual Nepal Mountain Trekkers team has safety as their first priority.
They will monitor your equipment, clothing, and stamina, to make sure you enjoy your Annapurna Circuit Trek to the fullest. They will also ensure that you eat and sleep well, enjoying the warmth of Nepal’s cultural welcome.
A mountain walking holiday in the Annapurna area of central Nepal is ideal for first-time trekkers who want to see the entire vista of the trail’s two river valleys encircling the Annapurna Massif. It covers around 300kms. As it is an expertly supported trek, it’s within the capabilities of anyone with a good level of health and fitness, though there is much to offer to experienced climbers and walkers too.