Annapurna Base Camp is the lap of the world 10th highest mountain peak. Every year thousands of adventure seeker they mark their footprint in this land. Hiking to the base camp of this giant mountain Mt. Annapurna 1st is quite challenging. Trek following the second largest city of Nepal Pokhara and local villages like Ghandruk and Chhomrong. Walking through the Rhododendron forest, Pine forest and Bamboo forest on the bank of Modi Khola to reach in the ABC is in total 7 to 10 days.
1: Best for Beginners
This trek is best for the beginners even for amateur trekkers too. The highest point of this trek is 4130m. If you are thinking about adventure in the Himalaya of Nepal for superb view in 360-degree angle view then this trek is perfect for you.
Need to have a good health. Ability to walk per day 5 to 6 hours. Also, need a strong determined to do something. And of course, need to be passionate about the hiking and trekking in the Himalaya or Nature.
There is no other trek, like Annapurna Base Camp Trek for the view of the snow-capped mountain peaks in this elevation.
2: Mt. Machhapuchhere. (Mount Fishtail)
Mt. Machhapuchhere is one of that beautiful mountain peak in Nepal. The beauty of this mountain peak is speechless. There is a myth on this mountain peak. Peoples around this area believed this mountain is Holi Mountain so that this mountain is not permitted to climb.
Gorgeous view of Mt. Machhapuchhere is one of the most beautiful mountain peaks you every encounter in your life. Inside the Annapurna Conservation Area Annapurna First is the Highest peak but the Mt. Machhapuchhere is the major attraction of this trek.
3: Annapurna Himalaya Range.
As title Why Annapurna Base Camp is a great trek. You are going to explore the all the range of Annapurna Himalaya such as Mt. Annapurna first, Second, Third and South Annapurna. This all the mountain peaks have own verities and attractive beauties. Not only beauty Mt. Annapurna 1st is the 10th highest mountain peak in the world.
4: Local community and their culture and costume.
Peoples who are living in the Annapurna region are Magar, Gurung, Thakali, and Tibetan. On the way to Annapurna Base Camp, you can find the Gurung and Magar, peoples. The culture and costume of the Magar and Gurung community is another attraction of this trek.