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Off the Beatean Trail Trek

unique ecology and geology, caves, forts, monasteries and temples

Trekking has always been one of the major activities of Tourism industry in Nepal. This country is developing in Tourism industry since decades. We are known to the fact that Nepal is rich in natural and cultural heritages. But, have we experienced them ourselves? It’s true that Nepal has outnumbered the spots for tourism activities to any other countries. Besides, it is the home to highest peak in the world “Mt. Everest” with other five of the world’s highest peaks rewarded the country with the name “Roof of The World”. Also, Nepal is the second richest country in water resources.

Tourists who come to Nepal feel lucky to be here. The primitive cultures of this country are outstandingly preserved till date. They are unique to no other cultures. Thousands of Temples, Gumbas and Monasteries are well-preserved too and are also the main attractions. People of different ethnic groups live following their own traits and cultures. People of casts like Newar, Brahmin, Chhetri, Rai, Gurung, Sherpa, Tamang, Magar etc. are the major inhabitants of the country.

Nepal is also rich in natural beauties and wild lives. The design of Mountains, Valleys, Hills, Plateaus are outstanding. The country is also a home to thousands of species of animals, birds and plants. Conservation Areas all around the country are establish in order to preserve these treasures.

Most of the places of Nepal are accessed for tourism industry whereas some places have been recently opened and some are yet to be explored. Thousands of options that represent trekking spot are available for trekkers. And if they are interested, they can choose destination that suit them the most. Pancha Pokhari, Bhairab Kunda, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu are some of the popular beaten trail trekking in Nepal.

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Jaljala Trek

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Arun Valley trekking

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Dhaulagiri Round Trek

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Lamjung Himal trekking

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Rolwaling Valley Trekking

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Nar Phu Valley Trek

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Tsum Valley Trek

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Trisuli to Gorkha Trek

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Attraction in Annapurna Region

Poon Hill:

Poon Hill lies in the elevation of 3200m (10,500ft) is wonderful hill to walk up for sunrise. Located to the south-west of the Annapurna massif and across a large river valley, it commands spectacular views of all four Annapurnas, Machupuchre, Nilgiri South and Daulagiri.

Annapurna Base Camp

Annapurna Base Camp lies at the altitude of 4130 meters above sea level. It is used as the base camp to climb Mt. Annapurna I (8091m.). ABC is popular trekking destination among adventure trekkers.

Thorong La (Pass)

Thorong La is a summit pass located 5,416 metres (17,769 ft) above sea level in the Damodar Himal, north of the Annapurna Himal. It connects the village of Manang (3540 m), with the temple of Muktinath (3800 m) and the village of Ranipauwa (3700 m), to the west in the Mustang.

Tatopani

Tatopani means “hot water” and the hot spring of Tatopani is terrific. Near the river edge there is a small hot spring where water with 60 °C is pouring out a small tube. Fortunately there is also an other tube with cold water coming to the pool. It is famous for hot natural bath.

Jomsom

Jomsom is a town and district headquarters fo Mustang district of Nepal. Located at an altitude of 2800m, it is entry point of Muktinath Temple and Upper Mustang. Jomsom is connected with Pokhara by both road and flight.

Manang Village

Manang village is located at an altitude of 12,000 ft. The valley is named after the village. It is a large settlement with well over 500 flat-roofed houses guarded by a chorten and an extensive wall of grey stones etched with the "Om mani padme hum" prayer. Annapurna II and IV and Gangapurna are 8 km away as the crow flies.

Kali Gandaki George

Kali Gandaki is one of the world's deepest gorges at the point it lies between the mountains of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, both over 8000 metres high.

Ghandruk Village

Ghandruk is a popular Gurung village at 1940m, is beautifully set against the backdrop of Annapurna South, Himchuli and Machhapuchre himalayas. Ghandruk is home for more than 2000 ethnic Gurung tribes as well as other minorities including Kami Damai and Chhetri Bahun. Surrounded by beautiful forests, hills and mountains, Ghandruk is home to a large number of indigenous species of plants, trees, and flowers as well as beautiful birds and mammals.

Rhododendron Forest

The rhododendron forest between Ghandruk and Ghorepani is regarded as one of the largest rhododendron forest in the world; the spectacular view of the forest during the spring when the flowers bloom is breath taking. Similarly, the Modi Gorge is home for hundreds of bird species therefore popular for bird watchers.

Ghorepani Village

Ghorepani at 2850m is a village of warm heartedness of the simple people whose rich and varied customs give you an insight into the typical life style of Gurung and Magar people. Ghorepani is overnight stay for Sunrise view from Poon Hill.

Siklis Village

Siklish or Siklis is one of the oldest and largest Gurung villages in Annapurna region. Most of the people here serve in the Indian and British Army. Charming village people, intriguing patterns of terraced fields, rhododendron forests, high alpine meadows nestled below the towering mountains of Annapurna II and IV are some of the key features of this area.

Nar & Phu Village

The exotic Nar Phu valley that lies in the remote corner of the Annapurna region is opened to visitors only in the year 2003.The Nar Phu valley remains untouched by modernity. The inhabitants, who roughly comprises of about 350 Nepalese Tibetans, have retained their age old practices. Most of them are engaged in yak herding and farming.

Tilicho Lake

Tilicho lake is one of the highest lakes in the world. It is 4949 m high in the Annapurna range of the Himalayas in Manang district of Nepal. Due to the extremely inhospitable surrounding terrain and the difficulties associated with reaching the area, this lake is rarely visited by outsiders.

Sarangkot

Sitting on an escarpment 1,592 meters high, Sarangkot is a famous place to see sunrise and sunset view of the Annapurna Range and Himalayan Mountains. The more, adventurous paragliding is available fro adventure lover to fly with the hawks in the sky