Annapurna Ghandruk trekking is popular among those trekkers who love soft and few days walking. Ghandrung circuit trekking is a short trekking in Nepal.
Annapurna Ghandruk trekking is popular among those trekkers who love soft and few days walking. Ghandrung circuit trekking is a short trekking in Nepal. The major highlight of the village is situated at an altitude of 2012 meters above sea level. The village is inhabited by Gurung people. While they are one of the major ethnic groups of Nepal having their own tradition and culture.
The place Ghandruk is a kind of transit point for the trekkers from who comes from Ghorepani – Tadapani and Annapurna base camp. The village has several excellent tea houses where you can view Mt. Machhapurchhe and Annapurna mountain range. Walking through rhododendron forests is also another exciting experience of this trekking. Villages of Landruk, Dhampus in the route of this trekking trail gives rural lifestyle of Annapurna region.
The Ghandruk circuit trekking is also appropriate for the children as well as weary trekkers because it doesn’t entail any particularly long walking day and ascents to high altitude. The Annapurna Ghandruk trekking is one of the model treks for trekkers who are preparing for next adventure trip in the Himalayas.
The trail ascends between the beautiful agriculture terrace fields. You see stunning view of Machhapurchhre Himal (6696m). Then you arrive to Ghandrung village. This village is well managed on the concept of eco-tourism. In, the same village the project of eco-tourism is implemented at the time in Nepal. There you can also visit Gurung Museum. The Ghandruk village is also the head quarter of Annapurna conservation area project. You can see there slide show about the activities of ACAP.
Today you can see very close-up view of Annapurna South (7219m), Himchuli (6644m) and Machhapurchhre Himal (6996m).
The trail descend one and half hour to Jhinu Danda. If you walk half and hour up and down you can also experience natural hot spring. After the lunch trek to Landruk. The village of Landruk is also the village Gurung people. From this village you can see excellent view of Annapurna mountain.
The trail contour through the nice village called Tolka. This village is surrounded by cultivated agriculture terraces. Then trail climbs up with lush forest until to Deurali. From Deurali you can witness Dhaulagiri Mountain and north part of Pokhara valley. set.
On this day early morning you see stunning sunrise and exiting view of Annapurna mountain range. The trail descends to all way back to Phedi. From Phedi you drive to Pokhara Valley (about half and hour). Afternoon you can rest in your hotel in Pokhara.
(Fewa Lake, International mountain museum, David Fall, Bindybasini Temple, Shiva cave, Tibetan refuse camp and Seti River Gorge). O/n in hotel at Pokhara.