The Annapurna range rises from the heart of the Himalayas. They might not be the tallest, but they form the central core of the great Himalayan arc, towering in the very middle of the 2,550 kilometer chain that is the planet’s highest mountain range. This is a relatively accessible this area encapsulates the Himalayas, the culture, the people, the lush tropical foothills to the barren high valleys and pristine towering peaks.
A cultural and physical journey through the Annapurna National Park, from Nayapul in the south to Muktinath in the north. Taking in the best of the Annapurna circuit with the additions of some lesser-known trails recommended by local guides from Pokhara. A diversity of terrain & culture, from lush green foothills with pretty terraces & picturesque Gurkha villages to barren, Tibet- like landscape, though deep forested gorges, Buddhist villages & temples. Passing close by two of the planets tallest peaks, Dhauulagiri (8167m), Annapurna 1 (8091m) and seven summits over 7000m andAnnapurna 2,3,4, Annapurna South & Gangapurna, Machhapuchhre and Tuckuche Peak.