The thing to do in Annapurna Circuit Trek is a form of meditation, by which you can focus consciously on each step and feel the touch on the ground. Breathing the pure air and feeling the calmness and peaceful mountain scenery and diverse landscape and terrain will surely rejuvenate your inner soul.
Trekking and hiking are similar things to do in nature. Trekking always involves multi-days and walking on the terrain and it can be easy to strenuous. Trekking lets you open your mind and soul because you are in nature for multiple days. It gives you more time to understand the local life, culture, and tradition and be a part of it. Hiking is a day trip/tour into the closest proximity to the city and walking into the new and vibrant city or nature but never let you have an opportunity to feel the difficulties, to understand the mountain and about environment and surroundings.
Annapurna Circuit trek is a hidden treasure on earth where you can see the multi-cultural, traditions, and customs of the local people. The lower part of the Annapurna circuit is inhabited by higher cast people like Brahmin and Kshetri and the upper part is by Mountain tribes like Sherpa and Gurung who migrated from the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Their lifestyle is harder in terms of daily commodities. As soon as you reach Manang, the landscape, environment, and surroundings are mind-blowing. You feel like you are going to enter into a different world and approach the giant Himalayan ranges. Sitting on the boulder, sterling the natural beauty, glaciers, Mountains, snow feed rivers,s, and high altitude lakes are another gift of the Annapurna Circuit trekking. What else do you need…?
How to go to the Annapurna Circuit trek?
There are several different possibilities to accomplish the popular Annapurna circuit trek. There are regular bus services to Beshisahar and walk from there. Or take a Jeep to Chame (The district headquarters of Manang) and start walking until you reach the next village. It is the 14-day trek from Beshisahar to Manang-Throngla pass-Muktinath and walks into the Kaligandaki valley (the deepest gorge in the world) in between Annapurna I (8,091 m) and Dhaulagiri I (8,163) till Tatopani. You have a great opportunity to leave this all kind of hassling, just stop by Global Adventure Trekking who will help you to sort it out in an easy way. Offering a valuable package, experienced Mountain Guide, Sherpa Porter, ACAP permit, and transport. Global Adventure Trekking (GAT) is here to provide you the first-class customer care services, and excellent value at a fair price for your memorable Annapurna Circuit trek.
Things to do in Manang:
In Annapurna are many side trips like having a Tilicho Lake walk, experiencing Ice Lake, visiting Mileropa cave, and visiting Tashi Lakhang Monastery (the oldest Monastery in Manang) just dominating Manang Valley and Manaslu Circuit as well.
After crossing Throngla pass (5,416m), visit the Muktinath Temple-which is the religious site of Hindus and Buddhists. Along the way to Jomsom take the upper route via Lubra, Lubra village is the last remaining village of the Bon religion.
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Kathmandu Day Tour in Nepal
As I described above about the hiking in Nepal, A day hiking is a perfect plan to explore the myth and mythology of Nepal. Surely exploring Kathmandu and Bhaktapur with the City of Art Patan is a suitable destination. Explore the Pashupatinath world-famous Hindu temple, Boudhanath Stupa Tibetan shrine dom similar to Tibet, the Monkey Temple combination of sites for the Hindus and Buddhist shrines, and a Kathmandu Durbar Square few hundred old historical sites. Besides that we offer multi-day tours please connect us for the new offer.