Annapurna Balcony Trek

Annapurna Balcony Trek

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- Witness the sunrise in the stunning Annapurna ranges from poon Hill, best view point for admiring beauty of Annapurna

- Explore rural Nepalese culture and life style of villages during downhill trek to Ghandruk

Ever wondered how does it feel when you are at the altitude of 3210m and you got to see enchantingly beautiful mountain treasures? Well, you can’t even put it in a word can you? The trek popularly known as Poon Hill is the perfect and should say one of the best treks in terms of scenery and diversity. Poon Hill probably would be the short trek that is ideal for all kinds of trekkers with no such difficulty in mounting to high altitude.

Poon Hill assures you to witness the dazzling beauty of Annapurna Sanctuary, Gangapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, and Himchuli. During the whole trekking trekkers can experience the friendly inhabitants of Nepalese tradition and customs a cultural gesture of Nepalese with the lavish accommodations in their local houses (Ghandruk). A true glimpse of miraculous views and cultural gesture, a village feel, and simple life with greatest freedoms you ever experienced. Bamboo and rhodendron forest would add additional flavor totally delightful acquaintance worth every step it took to get here. Poon Hill could be the best memory that u can carry with yourself.

You can spot the rhododendron forest in Ghorepani- world's largest rhododendron forest, which allures you to take this trek.

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