Annapurna Region Trek
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In this classic trek, you get a feeling of having traveled to an earlier time. Beginning at low elevation and climbing up to the Throng La Pass at 5,416 meters, you walk past rice fields, quaint villagers and arid stretches. the peak of the Annapurna range loom around you. You walk through Kali Gandaki, the deepest gorge in the World, and see the mighty Dhaulagiri (8,172meters), world's 7th highest Peak, Annapurna I (8071 meters) with its sub peaks above 7000 meters and many other more peaks around. Annapurna provides variety of treks and expeditions to its visitors more than any other region all the year with superb display of nature around. Due to its dynamical possibility of various trek, most part of trekking routes are always be full with visitors and attracting more and more each year. This region also provides adventure to all age people.
Pokhara being the gateway of most of the trek in this region, Pokhara itself provides immence pleasure with its natural beauty. The most visiting part of Pokhara is Phewa Lake and boating on this lake is life time memorandum. The reflected image of most beautiful peak "The Macchapucchure" also known as "The Fishtail Peak" on the clear water of Phewa Lake is breathtaking view to see. Furthermore, Pokhara valley holds seven popular lakes Phewa Lake (4.43 sq.kms.), Begnas lake (2.5 sq.kms.), Rupa Lake (1.4 sq.kms.), Maidi Lake (0.41 sq.kms.), Khaste Lake (0.21 sq.kms.), Gunde Lake (0.05 sq.kms.) and Dipang Lake (0.026 sq.kms.). It also provides opportunities to cave dwellers with ten different mysterical cave like Mahendra cave, bat cave, Gupteshor Mahadev cave etc. This valley is also famous for extreme sport seekers with the facility of ultralite flight over Annapurna region, Paraglyding, boating, rafting on Seti river, fastest zip flyers etc. staying couple of days in Pokhara will be a great relaxation after some tiring treks or expedition.