Annapurna Region is one of the famous and most preferred destinations for trekking. It is gifted with beautiful panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains and natural beauties. The Annapurna Region lies in the mid-northern part of Nepal. Since it is rewarded with all the conditions fulfilling for a perfect trek, interested explorers find it fascinating to spend their holidays here.
Trekking in Annapurna is considered to be relaxed one. The cool fresh air and exquisite view of the Annapurna Region is probably the prime reason for this. Walking through the Himalayas and analyzing the splendid view around becomes the unforgettable part of the trek.
The Annapurna Region is a home to different species of endangered birds, animals, flora and fauna. The Annapurna Conservation Area Project that lies in this region was declared as a Conservation Area in 1986 in order to conserve the endangered varieties of Rhododendron and Orchids along with animals like Musk deer, Blue sheep and other species of birds named Multi-colored impeyan, Kokla, Pheasant and so on.
Apart from birds and animals, the Annapurna Region offers a gorgeous view of several Himalayas like Mt. Annapurna I [8,091m/26,545ft], Mt. Dhaulagiri [8,167m/26,794ft], Mt. Manaslu [8,163m/26,781ft], Mt. Annapurna II [7937m/26,040ft], Mt. Annapurna III [7,555m/24,786ft], Mt. Annapurna IV [7525m/24,688ft], Mt. Annapurna south [7219m/23,684ft], Mt. Nilgiri [7041m/23,100ft], Mt. Fishtail also called Mt. Machapuchchre [6998m/22,959ft], Mt. Hiuchuli [6,441m/21,131ft], Mt. Lamjung Himal [6,986m/26,200ft],Tukuche peak [6,920m/22,703ft], Tilicho peak [7,134m/23,405ft].
Different ethnic groups of people living here add another charm to the trek in Annapurna Region