The best Annapurna trek is most demanding and popular trek route, located in the heart of western part of Nepal Himalaya. Annapurna region trek has been wildly recognizes as a naturalist’s paradise. Upper sub-alpine steppe environment port some of the rare Himalayan Thar, snow leopards and blue sheep.
Furthermore, other areas of the region protect various species of Birds such as the multi-color Impeyan, blood pheasant among a multitude of other birds, insects, and butterflies. Many plants including medicine herbal native to Nepal are found in this Annapurna conservation jungle. Furthermore, the Annapurna conservation area has 100 varieties of orchids and some of the richest colorful rhododendron forest in the world.
Visiting Annapurna region has easy access, comfortable lodges in the hills are plentiful. In addition, trekking in Annapurna offers the brilliant Himalayan scenery, great landscapes, gorgeous waterfalls, and lovely green valley. Trek in Annapurna starts from 600 meters above sea level. In addition, Thorong la locates at an altitude on 5,416 meters is the highest elevation of Annapurna trek, recognizes the world’s widest pass and one of the top first trek destination in the world.
In 1986, Annapurna conservation was set up under the guidance of the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. The project encompasses the entire Annapurna Himalayan range, more than 7600 sq km. In an innovative approach to environmental protection, it has declared a “conservation area” instead of a national park.
Annapurna region has a large number of people inhabitants but traditional national park practices dictate that few if any, people reside within park boundaries. In an effort to avoid any conflicts of interest, ACAP has sought the involvement of local people for environmental education.
Besides that, the ACAP projects include the various training for Lodge owners, with attention on sanitation, deforestation, and cultural pride. They give training to guest house owners to charge a fair price for food and accommodation and cooking foods by kerosene. Moreover, ACAP is supporting with the “conservation fee” of Nrs 3000 that collects from all trekkers except SAARC who obtain trekking permits for the Annapurna region.