Annapurna is a 55 km long massif in the Himalayas, the highest point of which, Annapurna I, stands at 8091m, It is the 10th-highest summit in the world. It is located east of a great gorge cut through the Himalaya Mountains by the Kali Gandaki River, which separates it from the Dhaulagiri massif. Annapurna is a Sanskrit name which literally means "full of food" (feminine form), but is normally translated as Goddess of the Harvests. In Hinduism, Annapurna is a goddess of fertility and agriculture and an avatar of Durga.
The Annapurna Expedition in total is a 43 day expedition. About 22 days are required to climb up and down the summit from the Annapurna North base camp. Other days are spent walking the beautiful trail of the Annapurna region. Starting Nayapool, following the circuit trail, we trek all the way up to Lete; enjoying the views from Ghorepani and Poon hill en route. From Lete, leaving the circuit trail we head west towards the Annapurna North base camp past Thulobugin, Hum Khola and Miristi Khola. Two high camps will be set above the base camp. The summit presents the beautiful view of the massif, leaving you extremely contented. The same route will be used to return until Tatopani, from where we will drive to Pokhara and fly back to Kathmandu.