Nepal's favorite trekking destination
Spectacular mountain scenery, a mosaic of friendly ethnic peoples, and striking geographic diversity make the Annapurna region the most popular trekking destination in Nepal. Bordered by the Tibetan plateau to the north, the Marsyangdi valley to the east, and the Kali Gandaki gorge to the west, this region in Central Nepal offers trekkers a remarkable transition through diverse ecological zones. Starting from the sub-tropical valley of Pokhara, treks here pass through terraced hillsides, proceed through rain-, deciduous and coniferous forests, and reach arid, desert-like trans-Himalayan country, all in as little as a week. The topographical diversity also ensures a wide range of treks of varying difficulty, from easy foothill hikes to challenging high-altitude treks.
Our treks in the Annapurna region feature a fine selection of full-service camping as well as lodge treks. Our camping treks keep off-the-beaten-trail and venture into remote areas. Our lodge trek routes are chosen to offer the best of the main trekking trails, in areas where lodges offer a superior alternative to camping.