Annapurna region covers of 7,629 square Kilometers. Beginning from 790 meters, the area’s highest altitude reaches 8091 meters mountain Annapurna I. This is the most visited trekking area in the mountain region. More than 60000 visitors trek or simply visit the area every year.
This is the area where you will see many examples of successful Eco-tourism. Ghorepani is the best viewpoint in this area. From where you can sight a panoramic view of Annapurna ranges to the north. Equally eye-catching will be the jungle on this hill as rhododendron blossom during spring every year.
On the way this trek innumerable sights of waterfalls, mountains, natural flowers, and rural settlements mesmerizes you.
Apart from the natural sites, the area is equally rich with flora and fauna. There are above 1200 plants with around 40 orchids and none species of rhododendron. There are around 100 mammals, 478 species of birds, 39 reptiles and 22 amphibians in the area.
The upper sub-alpine steppe environment harbors some of the rare show leopards and blue sheep. Other areas of the region have protected bird species such multi-colored Impheyan, Koklas, blood pheasants.