The Annapurna region of Nepal is recognized for its spectacular views of some of the world's most picturesque sites, including the Kali Gandaki, the world's deepest valley. Along the way, trekkers may see some of the world's highest peaks, including Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri.Annapurna gets its name from two Sanskrit words: "Anna" (food) and "Purna" (fullness). When these terms are combined, they mean "provider of food" or "one who is full of food." This word is most likely developed from the abundance of food and diverse plant life in the Annapurna area.
The Annapurna Circuit trek is a well-known 200-kilometer trekking route in Nepal's Annapurna area. The full circuit takes around 15-20 days to complete, although it may be finished in as little as 10-12 days if you are a quick trekker.The Annapurna Circuit journey is surrounded by various tourist attractions. Many tourists visit the same places, such as Annapurna Base Camp, Poon Hill, Ghandruk, and Jomsom, Tilicho Lake, and Thorong-La, but you may also explore lesser-known locations and towns in the region. Along the trip, you may also come across some of the most spectacular mountain vistas.
The Annapurna Conservation Area Project is a protected area in the Annapurna region of Nepal. The Nepalese government manages it in partnership with local communities and foreign organizations. The mission of ACAP is to safeguard the Annapurna region's unique natural and cultural heritage while fostering sustainable development and providing economical benefits to local residents.The Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) was established formally in 1992. With an area of 7629 square kilometers, it is Nepal's biggest protected area. The Annapurna Himalayan range, as well as the world's deepest river valley, the Kali Gandaki, are included in the protected region. The arid alpine deserts of Mustang and Tibet (China) surround it to the north, the Kali Gandaki River to the west, the Marsyandi Valley to the east, and the valleys and foothills of the northern Pokhara valley to the south.