Two Danish trekkers Mr. Joergen Petersen and Mr. Arne Rasmussen through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel arrived to Nepal on April 8, 2013 to fulfill their adventure appetite during their trek to Annapurna Base Camp. The very next day they hit the road to Pokhara and instantly kicked off the long awaited Annapurna Base Camp Trek.
Annapurna and major Nepalese city Pokhara dominate the western Nepal. Their starting point to this major trekking route is a naturally blessed city, Pokhara. Annapurna Base Camp Trek is the most popular trekking trial of Nepal where every year above 50% of the total trekkers to Nepal trek in the region. The beautiful landscapes, the gorgeous mountain views, the dense vegetation of rhododendrons, bamboos and giant firs throughout the trial are luring beauties of the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Apart from these, the rock strewn steep trials, rushing rivers, deep waterfalls and the exceptionally unique cultural practices in the villages mostly dominated by Gurung inhabitants is equally worthwhile to explore. As the trek of these Danish trekkers came closer to the Annapurna Base Camp the improving views of the wide range of Himalayas and the cool Himalayan breeze provided them the sensational joys. Every moment the Annapurna Base Camp trek rewarded them with the worthwhile watch. They enjoyed the cultural, geographical and the climatic aspects to the fullest. Annapurna Conservation Area Project in the area has the lead role in preserving the floras, faunas, wild lives, and fragile nature of the region. The conserved area includes both the Base Camps Machapucchre and Annapurna. The trek in the region is also particularly popular because the trial also takes the trekkers to the famous trekking peaks of Nepal including Tent Peak, Fluted Peak and Hiunchuli.
As the Danish trekkers concluded the 2 weeks long Annapurna Base Camp trek they had two free days at Kathmandu and finally the very happy trekkers departed back home on 26 April, 2013.
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