Annapurna Sanctuary/Base Camp trek is a standout amongst the most delightful treks that consolidate simple strolling with magnificent landscape and a blend of societies unmatched by some other treks in Nepal. You will discover various ethnic gatherings along the trail, however the dominating individuals here are the Gurungs. Together with the Magar and Chetrie individuals, the Gurungs are celebrated for the quality, unwaveringness and assurance as fighters in the British Army, otherwise called Gurkhas.
The trail itself is a wonderland brushing wildernesses and streams and shake and ice, and perspectives of Machapuchare and the Annapurnas on an unmistakable winter day are quite recently sublime. There exist a large number of different trails from which we can lead which can point the groups towards Himalayan goliaths, for example, Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna II (7937m.) and Machapuchare (6993m). As you move higher, the winding trail goes through eminent timberlands of oak and rhododendron that line the southern foothills of the Himalaya. The territory differs from sub-tropical valleys with banana trees and rice paddies to high edges clad in thick rhododendron timberland. In January and February these may well be shrouded in snow, while amid March and April they will be a burst of red rhododendron blossoms.