Trial in the Dense Tropical Forest.
Ms. Johanne Kristen Andersen and Mr. Henrik Neils Zimmermann increased the visitors list from Denmark with our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel. The Boeing with Kristen and Henrik landed on the Nepalese Airfield on July 21. They toured around the prehistoric metropolitan Kathmandu on the arrival day and the following day. Their keenness in acknowledging the ancient culture and the civilization of the ancestors of the city was fulfilled to the mark.
Kaal Bhairav- Kathmandu.
The ancient inventive arts in the Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur and spiritually valued temples and Monasteries like Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath and Changunarayan provided them the sensation of picking the perfect holiday location. On 23rd they took the flight to Pokhara. Pokhara is a small tourist town 200km west to Kathmandu.
Fishtail shadowed in Fewa Lake- Pokhara.
Unlike, Kathmandu Pokhara is a popular destination to witness the beauty in nature. Lakes, caves, falls and hilltops for the glorious mountain views is the specialty of Pokhara. On July 25, they drove to Nayapul and instantly started their trek to Ulleri 2020m, a first view of Annapurna south. On July 26, the hike continued towards Ghorepani. Ghorepani 2874m, is a village within the Annapurna Conservation Area and it is the major trial linking to Annapurna Base Camp.
Dazzling Himalayan peaks.
On 27th after the very short pre-dawn trek the Danish trekkers were at Poonhill 3210m. – Poon Hill (Pun Hill) which is located in Annapurna region, is truly called as all the best of the trekking in Nepal. On the 28th the trekkers started to descend down to Ghandruk. Ghandruk is a popular village among trekkers as it provides the luring hospitality culture of the Gurung habitats there with the abundant possibilities of accommodation.
Tough mountains holding great Himalayas.
Next day, the keen Danish travelers were back in Pokhara after the grand trek along base of Annapurna range with spectacular mountain views, charming villages, dense Rhododendron forests and of course the picturesque view of unique Fishtail.
Pre-dawn trek, pre-dawn view.
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