These photos were taken in October 2011 on the trek around Annapurna Circuit. I have taken hundreds on this 12-day trekking trip. I personally love trekking and the Annapurna Circuit Trek has been proved as a highly popular trekking route in the Annapurna region. I did this trip last year as I learnt that the local authorities are building toads up both valleys of the Circuit and the encroachment of vehicles will spoil the natural beauty of Himalaya. It is always better to go as earlier as possible before one loses the splendour of this trek. That is why I was there.
If I were asked to describe about Nepal, I would say I treasured a lot when it comes to interacting with the locals. The trek leads us to the fine villages inhabited by a wide diversity of friendly Nepali from different ethnic groups. There were wonderful cultural experiences with the people. They are helpful, approachable, and sincere. That is the impression I have toward them. Secondly, passing through a number of different climate zones offered us different spectacular panoramic views of Himalaya range. Furthermore, The Annapurna Circuit is a 300 kilometre trek that uses ancient trade routes connecting Nepal and Tibet, in which monasteries and temples were visible along the trekking route. In the presences of the ancient structures, it explains why the circuit is renowned for arresting views of Himalaya and ideal for photography.