Our Round Annapurna Trek circumnavigates the Annapurna mountain range, passing dense forests, marvelous mountains, and mixed cultures. At first you will be guided towards the paddy pasture before cutting across the Marshyangdi River and then passing through attractive villages including Bhubhule, Taal and Pisang.
Muktinath is a major highlight of the trek as it is considered as a sacred place and a pilgrimage site for Hindus. We follow the Kali Gandaki River upstream all the way through a natural and diverse sequence of landscapes. Visitors will be amazed seeing the distinction from lowland 1000m forests to 3800m lunar-like desert landscapes is the most fascinating part of the trek. The surrounding Annapurna mountains like Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri tower over us with their snow capped peaks.
Round Annapurna Trek is an exciting trek which provides the mixture of adventure by combining parts of Jomsom Muktinath Trek with the parts of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. It is entirely around the famous Annapurna Massif with the area's charming cultural allure, everyone with their own language, unbelievable views of abundant Himalayan peaks and continuously changing landscape. Starting with a drive to Besisahar you gradually go up along the Valley of Marsyangdi River. There are countless attention-grabbing things along the trek. Do not miss out! You can even visit Braga (Buddhist monastery), while travelling around the Manag village. We'll also see Thorong La, Dhaulagiri ice flow, viewing sunrise and many more. You cannot count the number of wonders on this trek on your two hands.