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Hiking The Annapurna Circuit Trek In Nepal

NEPAL | Thursday, 30 November 2017 | Views [67]

Trekking the Annapurna circuit can be an amazing adventure with the benefit of exposing to the beauty of nature and at the same time working well in helping you unwind from your normal busy working schedule. The trail is very popular in Annapurna and across the boundaries. Hence tourists come to the region from far and wide to enjoy what the circuit has to offer. This circuit passes through four regions which are Myagdi, Mustang, Manang and Lamjung. It offers breathtaking views of beautiful villages and subtropical valleys.

It is also famed for the amazing waterfalls, majestic cliffs and splendid forests. The Manang region is very popular because it is within it that Hindus pay pilgrimage to the Tibetan-Buddhist Muktinanth. Apart from the stunning nature to enjoy during the trekking, you will have the chance to experience the region's culture. The circuit is generally made up of breathtaking vegetation, landscapes, wildlife, peaks and rivers making it a complete adventure for nature lovers.

Best Trekking Times

The Annapurna circuit trek can be enjoyed best in spring running between the months of March and May. This is also an amazing time to enjoy some mountain climbing in the region. The wild flora including rhododendron blossom in this period creating breathtaking views you will simply love to enjoy. The temperatures remain moderate even in higher elevations. Hence it is the perfect time for trekkers to enjoy the circuit. September through to December is also a great time to trek the circuit to enjoy its natural landscapes.

Getting Ready For Your Trek

To enjoy the very best of the Annapurna circuit trek, you will need to get ready for the hike. Your choices before the hike can determine how pleasant your experience is going to be.

 

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