The grandiose view of a series of mountains ranging from 6000 m to 8000m in the Annapurna region. The trekkers can enjoy the best views of Annapurna I (8,091m) – the 10th highest mountain in the world, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna, Tukuche, Nilgiri, Tilicho Peak, Manaslu, and other sister peaks in the region.
Thorong-La pass (5,415m), the highest point on the Annapurna Circuit although, is the most challenging section of this trek, it is one of the famous viewpoints in the Annapurna region.
Tilicho Lake (side trip required), the lake situated at the highest altitude (4,919m) in the world, and the Kali Gandaki Gorge or Andha Galchi (between the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna), the deepest canyon in the world. The trail between two of the highest mountains in the world: Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. The Muktinath Temple, one of the most important shrines of both Hindus and Buddhists. Natural Hot Spring at Tatopani to relax your tired muscles. Poon Hill is the second famous viewpoint in Nepal after Kala Patthar in the Everest region. (Side trip required)
Sunrise/sunset view from Poon Hill and Thorung La pass. Beautiful and interesting ethnic Gurung, Thakali, and Magar settlements, like Ghorepani, Marpha, Jomsom, and Manang. A huge variety of landscapes from lush green paddy fields, subtropical rainforest, deep valleys, alpine slopes to an arid Tibetan plateau, and the deepest gorge in the world. Pokhara, Lake City, a relaxing place to end the trip.
Trekking around Annapurna (especially Annapurna Base Camp) is one of the main reasons, why tourists come to Nepal. Unique long-distance trek through villages, with a picturesque view of mountains, runs for about 250 km and gives you an opportunity to live far away from civilization. However, a lot has changed since this trek was first opened in the 1970s. Trekking trails became the road for the jeep, you could find wifi in some villages, gas showers with hot water, and many other facilities. But nevertheless, for many, this track is still a sort of challenge and if you are reading this, you must accept it.