The Annapurna Base Camp trek combines some of the most beautiful and majestic mountain panorama with rich bio-diversity and culture, incomparable with other trekking destinations in Nepal. Starting from the lowland rice terraces to the huge Annapurna massif, Annapurna Base Camp offers you an ever changing trekking trail and landscape (as a result of starting in low altitude and increasing altitude day-by-day).
The trail takes you through the old settlements of the ethnic communities of Gurungs, Thakalis, and Magars. You will also get an opportunity to explore the amazing flora and fauna en route the trail. The higher you get the more mountainous the landscape gets. At Annapurna Base Camp itself at an altitude of 4,230 meters you will thus be surrounded by majestic mountain peaks - an astonishing sight.
If you chose to go for the trek during the spring season, your trip is going to be an extraordinarily fascinating journey as the whole forest on the path turns red and pink-white with shrub flowers. Rest assured, the Annapurna Base Camp trek can be done all year around.
The trek is moderately difficult meaning that if you can walk 5 - 6 hours a day, including one entire day of acclimatisation, then you can do this trek.