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By Glorious Himalaya on August 7, 2023 in

Recently, did a guided Annapurna Circuit Short Trek with Glorious Himalaya company. I’m pleased to share my positive Nepal travel experience with you all.
I did this trek in the off-season to avoid the flow of tourists on the trail. Throughout the trek, I was accompanied by my guide Bishal. He was very experienced and helpful in each and every step of my journey.
We started our journey with a local bus drive from Kathmandu to Besishar and the next day took a local jeep to Dharapni and then our trekking began. We even visited Ganapurna Lake in Manang district during our acclimatization day at Manang. The last day from Thorong Phedi to Muktinath was a challenging as well as rewarding day of our entire journey.
It was a memorable adventure in my life and I surely will do another challenging trek in Nepal as I’m only 24 years old now. So, there are still soo many beautiful hiking routes that I have to trek through.
Once again, thanks a lot to the entire team of Glorious Himalaya for this unforgettable journey.


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