A small landlocked country sandwiched between the giants of India and China, Nepal has carved out its own destiny over the years, one step after the other. It’s now the world’s trekking capital, a snow-capped mecca that draws mountaineers from across the globe to test themselves against the highest peaks on earth. But there’s more to this country than just summiting Everest and losing the odd toe. With dozens of different routes through the Himalaya’s alpine lakes, rhododendron forests and ancient monasteries, plus the temple bells and Buddhist charm of Kathmandu, there’s something for every Intrepid explorer in Nepal.
The world-famous circuit. A fairly demanding trek through alpine valleys, temperate forests, chilly rivers and High Mountain passes. A truly life-changing experience.
Annapurna Sanctuary Overview
A shorter circuit for the less-experienced hikers, this 15-day journey still offers an extraordinary mix of rural villages, rice terraces, tranquil forests and awe-inspiring glaciers.
A gentle introduction for those who want to get a taste of Annapurna’s stunning natural beauty, but don’t want to train like Sir Edmund Hilary to get there.
A great blend of culture and adventure, this trek takes you on a journey through the region north of Pokhara. Visit local villages, farms and community projects, and get a real feel for native Nepalese life.
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