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Annapurna Base Camp

Annapurna Base Camp is also known asAnnapurna Sanctuary

The Overview of Annapurna Base Camp

http://wendykeithdesigns.co.uk/the-welsh-dragon-i149.html Annapurna Base Camp(Annapurna Sanctuary) is in the Annapurna region with a higher basin along with oval-shaped. This region includes a lot of mountains like Hinuchuli, Mardi even Machapuchare. Annapurna Sanctuary receives 7 hours of daylight during the summer.

Annapurna Mountain Base Camp has been very popular for many trekkers in the world. It is in the northern part of Nepal and very near to Pokhara city.

The south has faced dense tropical forests of rhododendron even bamboo trees on the way to the Annapurna height. However, the north pole has faced bamboo tress totally.

When it comes to the climate it does have dry colder weather which is very similar to the Tibetan Plateau.

Many visitors could experience the beautiful views of Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, and Annapurna IV even Gandarvachuli more.

Nearby the Annapurna Sanctuary  Area mostly Gurung and Magar people who reside with their culture.

The Annapurna Sanctuary is the home for many deities according to the Hindu myth and also offers the beauty of nature. As a result of many trekkers who come to this place for hiking to the difficult and easy route.

Usually, many trekkers who begin their journey either from Phedi or Nayapul for reaching to the Annapurna Base Camp.

The elevation of the base camp is 4130 m from the sea level. ABC is very closer to the fishtail base camp.  Annapurna sanctuary trek offers the most famous place for viewing which is Poon Hill 3230 meter from the sea level.

During the Spring nature displays a wide variety of beautiful flowers like Rhododendron, Orchids, and When it comes to shaping views Machhapuchhre massif even the deepest gorge Kali Gandaki while heading to Annapurna Base Camp.

Experiencing the Annapurna Sanctuary would be an extraordinary feeling when exiting hikers come to this place with a qualified guide.

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