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How to Get Ready For the Annapurna Circuit Trek in Nepal

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The Annapurna Circuit is without a doubt one of the most challenging yet rewarding trekking paths in the region. Completing the complete route demands a 17- 21-day trek. But when you believe that this is too long – hiking this circuit could easily be one of the very most fulfilling experiences of your lifetime. The reason being the Annapurna Circuit Trek features various breathtaking natural landscape blended with rich and authentic culture. You won't only trek in this circuit, however you will also see important religious sites and picturesque villages. You will encounter raging rivers, a wide variety of flora and fauna and find solitude in the snow-capped mountains. Upper Dolpo Trek

The circuit covers four regions, which are Myagdi, Lamjung, Manang, and Mustang. Myagdi and Lamjung are situated in less elevated area and known for their lush green valleys and terraced farms. If you go higher up, you will discover Mustang and Manang. The scenery dramatically changes, but so is the religion. On these higher grounds, most inhabitants practiced Tibetan Buddhist, although the Manang population belongs to the Gurung tribe, that has their particular distinct cultural heritage. Hinduism can also be prominently followed in theregion.

Trekking the Annapurna Circuit usually follows a counter-clockwise movement. You will begin in Besisahar and result in Nayapul. Towards the conclusion of one's trip, you may also be guided to the summit in the Thorung La Pass, which has a height in excess of 17,000 feet (5416 meters). The route also lets you go through several mountains like Manaslu, Langtang, Himal, Annapurna II and IV, Annapurna III, Gangapurna and Macchupucchre, often called “Fishtail Mountain.” For most, the highlight in the circuit is crossing the deepest gorge on earth, between the peaks of Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri. And if you didn't get an excellent look at these two mountains on the trek, you'll still have an opportunity when you reach Poon Hill.

One of the very notable villages you will visit during the trek is Muktinath, a sacred position for both Hindus and Buddhists. You may also get to explore Braga, that is one of many region's oldest monasteries. Along the whole route, you will find lodges, restaurants and teahouses that offer nourishment and warmth to weary trekkers. Typically, you will undoubtedly be dining at a lodge, where you may also sleep.




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