Trekking Annapurna Conservation Area Project(ACAP) is the first and largest coservation area in Nepal covering 7629 sq km. The biological diversity of the Annapurna region trek is equally rivaled by its rich cultural diversity. The natural and cultural features of Annapurna trek have made it the most popular trekking destination in Nepal, drawing more than 60 percent of trekkers of Nepal. Annapurna region trekking has spread out in 5 districts of western Nepal and covers more than 60 villages such as Jomsom, Manang, Lho Manthang, Bhujung, Lwang, Sikles, Ghandruk, Sikles and Dhampus are popular area for trekking in Annapurna.
The Annapurna trekking is also home to over two hundred thousands people who are mostly involved on farming. In addition to agriculture, people are involved on tourism business and also go abroad to generate remittances. Due to variation of climate from subtropical to tundra, it has recorded 1226 species of flowring plant, 38 species of Orchids, 9 species of Rhododendron, 101 species of Mammals, 474 species of Birds, 39 species of Reptiles and 22 species of Amphibians.
Nepal Annapurna trekking is the best example of people's participation for sustainable conservation and development process by minimizing the negative impact of tourism and enhance the living standard of the local people. Why do you late for doing such beautiful trekking in Nepal? Be ready for trekking Annapurna today. We are always here to make your Annapurna trek more enjoyable, fun filled and mesmerizing at the best minimum Annapurna trekking package cost.