Annapurna Terai Trekking has been one of the newly explored routes to give tourists a taste of the mountains, hills and Terai—the plain area at once. Terai is a lowland tropical and subtropical belt of flat, alluvial land stretching along the Nepal-India border, and parallel to the Hill Region, which is the richest economic region in Nepal.
During the route, the tourists can not only see the mountains lying along the Annapurna regions but also the villages, terraced filled in the hillside, gigantic forests along the route, the natural beauty, flora and fauna so as the varieties of lifestyles, culture and traditions of different eth nic groups living in the Himalayan range, hill and Tarai belt. The lifestyle, the traditions , the way of hospitality, traditions so as the weather are far different in each variation of geography in Nepal. Therefore, this route has been one the most demanded route among the clients of Yatra Himalaya.
The mountains, hills and Tarai, the diversity, its natural bled and geographical variation of Nepal have been talked much, but what these are all about, how it looks like, one can explore himself or herself, once he or she visits to this route, this is what one of the motto of Yatra Himalaya. It is all about exploring of Tarai– the northern extension of the Gangetic plain to the India, commencing at about 300 meters above sea level and rising to about 1,000 meters at the foot of the Siwalik Range, including of several valleys (dun), such as the Surkhet and Dang valleys in western Nepal, and the Rapti Valley (Chitwan) in central Nepal and the Annapurna range– the highest peaks in the world above 8000 m and the Hill region lying in between these highest point of earth and the lowest point of earth.
The trekking begins from Pokhara, the second largest touristic place in Nepal where we reach by direct flight or bus from Kathmandu and we head to Moriya through the Gurung village and continue to Yangjakot, Nakedhar and Passgaun in between we explore the places, the jungles, the scenes of the rocky mountains along the Annapurna massif and the natural diversities of the gigantic forest. Subsequently, we head to Bhujung and head to the Baglungpang up to now we will have been making of full circle of all the ranges– Mountains, hill and Tarai and we reach to Besi Sahar, where we catch bus to Kathmandu or we take rest to have river rafting in Chitwan National park and then only return to Kathmandu.