The trek starts from Kathmandu, and after a full day sightseeing of the capital city, you can drive or fly to Pokhara. The actual trek starts from Phedi, and from there, you head on to the beautiful village of Pothana via Australian Base Camp. The trek winds through the rhododendron forest, and you trek to Badal Danda via Forest Camp and Low Camp. From Badal Danda, you cross High Camp to reach the Upper Viewpoint, the trek's highest point. You can also ascend further to Mardi Base Camp if the weather is favorable. After enjoying the breathtaking panorama of Mardi Himal, Annapurna, and Machhapuchhre, you descend back to Pokhara via Sidhing and Lumre. To enjoy the pure nature at its best, it is recommended to do this trek during spring (March-May) because the rhododendrons will be on full bloom, and the weather is stable. You don't need prior trekking experience to do this trek, but it is important to be healthy to do the trekking as some parts of the trail in the higher altitudes can be demanding.
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After breakfast Sightseeing tour in Pokhara or boating in Phewa Lake for an hour and hiking to Peace Pagoda Today, you get to explore Pokhara, the city of lakes. You have the option to do a sightseeing tour or do boating and hiking. You'll be visiting Davis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, Mahendra Cave,and Mountain Museum on the sightseeing tour. The other option is to do an hour worth of boating in the Phewa Lake and visit the Tal Barahi Temple, which lies in the middle of the lake.
Then from the southwest shore of the lake, you will hike up to the World Peace Pagoda to enjoy Annapurna's panoramic views one last time.