Both the Pokhara valley and the Annapurna region of Nepal are in the middle of the country. By a large margin, most hikers in Nepal’s Himalayas choose this place as their destination. The Kaligandaki Valley, Jomsom Muktinath, and Annapurna Base Camp are all well-known hiking trails in this area. Also, Tilicho lake, Nar Phu, and the whole Annapurna massif Circuit are also well-known places to hike in this area.
Pokhara is a good place to start for a number of shorter treks in this area. And it is also a popular place to visit on its own. Both the old kingdom of Lo, which is now called Mustang, and Dhaulagiri are in the Annapurna region of Nepal. The highest mountain in the area is Dhaulagiri. Almost two-thirds of the people who go to Nepal to go hiking do so in the Annapurna region every year. It has high crossing passes, hot springs, and the world’s deepest valley, a land that is similar to Tibet. As well as, a 360-degree view of the Himalayas, a secret valley, beautiful lakes like Tilicho and Damodar Kunda, beautiful villages, and friendly people. There is a place that has a lot in common with Tibet. In every direction, you can see the Himalayas from there.