The Annapurna region is full of natural diversity with amazingly diverse landscape Annapurna and variety of flora and fauna are found in the route to Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Mt. Annapurna I (i.e. 8091m high) of Nepal is the 10th highest mountain in the world. The ridge is 55 Km long and is constrained by the Kali Gandaki Gorge on the west, Marsyangdi river on north and east and Pokhara valley on the south. The entire massif and surrounding area are protected within 7,629 sq. Km.
This trek also covers Annapurna Conservation Area which is the first and largest conservation area of Nepal. It shields Manang, Mustang, Kaski, Myagdi and Lamjung districts. Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Annapurna South, Tarke Khang, Tilicho Peak etc. are other mountains that include in Annapurna Himal. In order to complete this trek, it takes around 13 days starting from Kathmandu. Annapurna Base Camp shows you the whole mountain ranges that are wonderful, massive, and snow-capped that is against the blue sky. At the base camp, such a unique condition is created by the mountains that you are warmly connected to them. From the place known as Tikhedunga the Annapurna Base Camp Trek originates which covers a large distance of stone steps up to Ulleri. Sweating, blowing out air and absorbing the beautiful landscapes of the Annapurna region from mountains to hills to villages to lush forest to waterfalls, you head off to Annapurna Base Camp. After hiking from Ghorepani, you will reach Poonhill, which offers you the amazing and beautiful view of both Dhaulagiri Ranges and Annapurna Ranges.
In addition, the best months to go to Annapurna Base Camp Trek are March, April, and May, September, October, and November.