Annapurna Siklis Circuit
- Trek in Nepals beautiful Annapurna region
- Pass through a more diverse range of climates, vegetation and cultures
- Combine spectacular mountain scenery with incredible and cultural diversity
- Enjoy the hospitality of the local Gurung tribes
- Journey from lush vegetation of rain forests to the terraced rice fields
Your Annapurna trek passes through a more diverse range of climates, vegetation and cultures than most small countries can boast in their entirety. From lush vegetation of rain and temperate forests to the terraced rice fields the land and its people change daily, giving the trekkers a tantalising introduction to Nepal's natural beauty.
The Annapurna area was first explored by the British Adventure Colonel 'Jimmy' Roberts in 1956. Your trek begins in Pokhara passing through lush green hill country typical to the heartland of Nepal. Tiny thatched roofed villages, set among the terraced fields, make an attractive picture with the backdrop of the magnificent snowy range of Annapurna, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri and including the most majestic peak of all the Himalayan range the Machapuchere (Fish Tail)
The trek combines spectacular mountain scenery with incredible and cultural diversity and traverses through rural farms and villages.
This area is seldom frequented by westerners and remains on the off route on the less commercial trekking route, where one can enjoy the tranquility away from the main busy trail in the warmth and hospitality of the local Gurung tribes in the close backdrop of the Annapurna and Lamjung Himalayan range.
Departures for Annapurna Siklis Circuit
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