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Ghorepani trekking trail explores high mountainous culture and traditions with Himalayan scenery. As it lies on Annapurna region has spectacular panoramic view of Annapurna Himalayan range. It’s the trek where hidden treasures of the Nepali culture can be explored. Trekking passes through patch valleys, mossy forests and icy waterfalls. Every sight have inspiring glimpse of mountains with foothill farms. It may be your best experience among other trekking in Nepal.
Ghorepani Trekking passes through the beautiful Modi khola valley up to Poon-hill. Poon Hill is the view point from where Annapurna region massif with Machhapuchchhre (Mt. Fishtail), Mt. Dhaulagiri can be viewed. Culturally the area dominated with Magar, Gurung and Thakali ethnic group. You will get great hospitality with cultural tradition. Ethnic Cultural Musium here captured age long traditional happenings as they were. Among few other trekking trails Ghorepani Trekking presents natural and cultural variations with panoramic Himalayan scene.
Ghorepani trekking is perfect to plan for families and friends. It presents stunning Himalayan scene without demanding route with tea house and lodge facilities during trekking. Himalayan Thunder designed the trek with experience a lot covering Ghorepani along with Lumbini birth place of Lord Buddha. This explores and helps you to make your experience unique with Himalayas its cultural and Nepalese religious value. Our team takes care of your health and safety during the trek you only try to make your trip more exciting.
Presented Itinerary is our tentative plan to make your Nepal experience rich. It can be customized as client's interest and timeframe.
We will easily organize this trip on the dates requested by you. Please contact us for your customized departure date
"Great guide in beautiful Himalayas!"
Oct 12, 2015 ChristinaJensen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Definitely recommended! I felt incredibly safe during my Poon Hill trek in November 2013. The trip took 5 days and was full of beautiful experiences, storytelling and lots of smiles from lovely Nepalese!
By ChristinaJensen , Denmark