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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

by Gagan Shrestha SEO and content writer

Mt. Annapurna has been associated with hearts and fields of Nepalese farmers since century. Locals term the mountain as goddess of harvest. The glacial water full of minerals coming out of Mother Goddess herself has been a helping hand for farmers in their survival. World’s 10th tallest mountain Mt. Annapurna nowadays is equally popular destination among trekkers. Annapurna Base Camp Trek is also called as Annapurna Sanctuary trek and falls within the ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project). Easy Treks takes you to this outstanding place regarded as photographer’s paradise and nature’s splendid showpiece.

Journey is divided into three parts. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek route is the first phase of Annapurna Base Camp Trek or Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. From Tadapani to Annapurna Base Camp via Machhapuchhre Base Camp is the second phase. The return trip from Jhinu natural hot water springs is the third phase. Trip is full of adventure, mountain vistas, green lush forests, streams, waterfalls, magar and gurung villages. One can also get cultural understanding of multiethnic people other than the mountains. When gazing at the sunrise from Poon Hill one can forget all the daily chores of their life. Tranquility prevails and trekkers get hypnotized by the sight of magnificence. Dhaulagiri, Neelgiri, Himchuli, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna and many other mountains dazzle trekkers. The trip through bamboo forests and alluring streams coming out of grassy meadow hills is really an awesome sight to savor for travel hungry eyes. The mountain seen in spectacular way from Pokhara is touched in Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Journey up to this point is really the vivacious walking trail experience. When trekkers reach Annapurna Base Camp they forget everything. The small hamlet having tranquil atmosphere nestled at lap of mountains really an amazing place to spend a night. Gather moments of brilliance at Annapurna Base Camp before returning back to Pokhara via Jhinu route. On the way back the natural hot water springs bathing could help trekkers revitalize their tired muscles. It is highly believed that such hot water helps in curing various skin related diseases as well.


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Created on Apr 19th 2019 00:58. Viewed 493 times.

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