The Annapurna region is one of the most famous trekking areas in the world. Annapurna region is under supervision of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). Approximately two-third of the trekkers who come to Nepal, visit the Annapurna region. The area is easily accessible, there are plenty of lodges and guest houses in the hills and the Annapurna treks here provide a wonderful view on both high mountains and lowland villages. This location offers trekking from easy up to strenuous walks. If you are a first time trekker, Annapurna region will be a great place for you to begin an easy trek and have a good view on what nature has to offer. However, also experienced trekkers will without a doubt be impressed by this beautiful part of Nepal with its outstanding environment.
The Annapurna trekking areas are widely well-known tourist destination in Nepal due to its fascinating land of biodiversity, the scenic grandeur in combination with the multi-culture and multi-ethnic diversity stands in abundance radiant beauty on its account of the total area mixed up with incredible rewarding distinction from low land to upper highland. The upper sub-alpine grassland protects some of the endangered 101 species of mammals including snow leopards, musk deer, Tibetan Argali, Tibetan wolf, and Tibetan fox and blue sheep. Other area of the region protects 474 species of birds including 38 species of birds at risk in Nepal such as six species of multi-colored Himalayan pheasants, Golden eagle, Demoiselle crane, Indian tree pie amongst a whole host of other birds, butterflies and insects,41 species of reptile , and 23 species of amphibian have been recorded in this region. More than 56 species of flowering plants are endemic to the area and have been recorded more than 3,430 species of flora in the conservation area.