Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp and Sanctuary presents an awe-inspiring journey amidst the towering snow-clad peaks, offering an adventure suitable for all ages. Traverse through the heart of the majestic Annapurna Himalayan range, where the legendary Mt. Annapurna-I stands tall at 8,091 m, a historic conquest by French expeditions in 1950.

Embark on a fascinating route alongside the Modi River, tracing its path to the glacial source at Annapurna Base Camp, situated at 4,130 m amid the grandeur of the Annapurna massif. This trek, commencing and concluding in the picturesque Pokhara, takes you through traditional Gurung villages like Ghandruk and Chomrong, the final settlement before reaching the base camp.

The trail leads through pristine forests, crossing temporary settlements at Bamboo and Dovan, before ascending above the treeline to Machhapuchare Base Camp, nestled beneath the iconic Fish Tail peak. Entering the enchanting Sanctuary, shrouded by towering peaks, offers a surreal experience amidst the mountain gods.

Witness the breathtaking panorama of Annapurna-I, Vara Shikar, and Annapurna South, while relishing the comfort of lodges with panoramic views. The return journey, with occasional ascents, leads back to Chomrong and offers an alternative route to Jhinu village, renowned for its natural hot springs.

This trek encapsulates the essence of the Annapurna region, combining the highlights of the southern Himalayas, including Ghorepani and the scenic Poon Hill, adding excitement and enriching the overall experience.