Annapurna panorama trek is one of the typical trekking in Nepal it is most visited areas of Annapurna region. During the trek follow one of the well trodden routes through lust Rhododendron forest and delightful Himalaya clearance of various ethnic groups and sunrise view over high snow capped peaks. The Annapurna region is highly satisfying both in a landscapes sense and in a cultural sense. Annapurna outlook trekking is also known as Annapurna panorama trekking. One will have the chance to fully submerge with the local Gurung culture while trekking through some of the most spectacular areas in the world. After Pokhara surpass through the afforested trails cross passing several usual settlement, small streams and terraced paddy fields. The cheery expressions of local inhabitants greet you in throughout the trail which only gives you strength to walk forward and discover what the journey will bring forth. Due to its relative effortless trails and natural and cultural tourists, this trek frequently magnetize tourists from all around the word.
The trek begin from Pokhara short drive to Nayaool crossing to Modi river, hiking through local village farming land, tiny Hill, Rhodendron forest, Popular Gurung village Ghandruk and Dhampus end the trip Phedi and short drive back to Pokhara. Poonhill (3210m.) is the major highlight of this trekking for the panoramic views of snow capped mountains. The views are simply amazing from Poonhill. Most wonderful medium level trips available in this region near Pokhara. The trek is also popular for the whole range of experience moderately in a shorter period of time. The trek has spectacular close up views of the several popular peaks namely Machhapuchhare or Fishtail (6997m.), Annapurna south (7219m.), Himchuli (6441m.) and Dhaulagiri (8167m.). The whole course offers you the most mesmerizing bird’s eye vitas of Himalayas and breathtaking landscapes. The culturally rich village Ghandruk inhabited by Gurungs and the most exotic Himalayan view point of the region Poon Hill are the highlights of this trek. The trail follows through the lush green and rhododendron forests and typical settlement of Thakali, Gurung and Magar ethnic tribes.