Why is Annapurna Base Camp Trekking One of The Most Popular Treks in Nepal?

by Ras Bahadur Rai Im Professional Trekking Guide

For starters, an Annapurna base camp trek lets you stand in the same ground as Mount Annapurna I, which is the 8th tallest mountain in Nepal. The Annapurna Base Camp trekking has been said to be of the most popular trekking of all time in Nepal, and there are more than enough reasons to say it deserves to be called so. Because of the delightful mountain views, amazing Gurung and Limbu culture and a lot of opportunities for you have new experiences and reflect on yourself; you are set for an ordeal of a lifetime once you choose to be on the preliminaries that lead you to the Annapurna Base Camp.



Annapurna base camp trek is a fantastic walk across the amazing scene and culture with white snowy mountains, terraced fields, friendly villages of the Gurungs and Limbus and a wide assortment of greenery. 

You will get the nearest possible views from the greatest angles of mountains such as Dhaulagiri and Macchapurchre and such. Set aside the journey itself, even where you start the Annapurna Base Camp trek is Pokhara, one of the most beautiful cities in Nepal, so let's say you have a lot to do even before you start the trek itself. And after you commence, you are going to be busy for 10-14 days and as you eventually cover a maximum altitude of 4,130m. But don't worry, even if all this seems so exaggerating, the Himalayan way is not so hard to walk on, the difficulty for this journey is deemed as 'moderate.' Meaning that if you are willing to, you will easily cover the distance.


An Annapurna Base Camp trek won't weigh so heavily on your pocket.  For an experience such as this, you will only have to pay around $1000 +.

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About Ras Bahadur Rai Junior   Im Professional Trekking Guide

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Created on Sep 18th 2018 20:48. Viewed 312 times.


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