Main season for trekking in Annapurna region from Australia are from Mid March to Mid May or from Mid September to Mid November, however, if you have to travel in June, July, August or in late November, December or January then we can develop a personalised itinerary in such way that it will minimise impact from the weather pattern and maximise your experience to the extend possible in given circumstance. Please note that June to August are mansoon season with heavy rain while December to February are winter months when you will find most of the Annapurna trekking region covered with thick snow.
Annapurna trekking tours and specialised packages from Australia designed by us are for peak season however we custom-design itineraries and carry out operations on-demand for off-seasons. Please contact us for any such needs.
Lets look at some interesting facts about trekking tours in Annapurna region of Nepal.
Annapurna region in Nepal is one of the world’s classic and most popular trekking destinations. Its scenic grandeur combines multi-cultural and multi ethnic diversity. The Annapurna range is one of the longest Himalayan ranges, spanning 55km, and is considered to be one of the most spectacular. There are 6 prominent peaks ranging in height upto 8,091m which make up the Annapurna ranges. The majestic fish-tail shaped mountain, locally known as Machhapuchhre, peaks at an altitude of 6,993m and can be clearly seen in the backdrop of Lakeside, Pokhara. The Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) is the largest protected region of Nepal with an area of 7,629km2.
Annapurna region offers trekkers the choice of hikes to suit experience levels and time frames.
FOUR OF THE MOST POPUAR TREKS IN ANNAPURNA REGION
DAY HIKING IN THE AREA
Many of these trails have natural hot springs along the trek, offering trekkers the perfect opportunity to relax and soothe the body after walking. These hot springs are a must see.
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