The Annapurna region is Nepal’s the most popular trekking destination with four of the world’s highest mountains, and the world’s deepest valley within it’s boundaries. Gateway to the region is the lovely lakeside town of Pokhara, an idyllic place to relax after a long trek. Central Nepal is dominated by the Annapurna Himal and the village of Pokhara. There are three major trekking routes in central Nepal: to Jomsom, to Annapurna Sanctuary, and a circuit of the Annapurna Himal itself. Pokhara is also a good starting place for short treks of one to four days, including the “Royal” trek. Mustang is also geographically a part of the Annapurna region, but because treks to Mustang are subject to special restrictions, this is described it in the separate page on restricted area treks. About two-thirds of the trekkers in Nepal visit the Annapurna region. The area is easily accessible, hotels in the hills are plentiful, and treks here offer good scenery of both high mountains and lowland villages.
Nepal is well known as one of the best destinations in the world for enjoying the real beauty of nature through trekking. Ever since Nepal was opened to the foreigners it has been the most famous trekking destination in all the world. Mountains such as Everest, Annapurna, Kanchenjunga, Langtang, Mustang and Dolpo are forever known as the dominating mountains of the world. The first popular trekking routes in sprung up around these giants and are still considered to this day to be the classic treks of Nepal . All these routes have lodges and tea houses along every trekking route and can get very crowded during peak seasons. All our trips in these areas are tea house are upgraded lodge treks and organised camping treks. Keep in mind that although Independent Himalayan Adventure have certain trek packages listed we are willing to customize any trip to all your wants and needs.