- Traditional Nepalese Culture Homestay with stunning views of the Annapurna Himalayas.
- The trek's highest peak is Mohare Danda (3300 metres).
- Spectacular views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Fistail and Mardi
- Visit to the exotic villages of Nangi, Tilkot and Ghorepani
Mohare Danda Homestay Trekking is a village tourism trail located southwest of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) in the Annapurna Hills. The trail provides hikers with a lovely opportunity to stay in the homes of local families, sample local cuisine, and witness local culture and the Himalayas firsthand..
Mohare Danda Homestay Trekking is a rural tourism trail, southwest of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) in Nepal's Annapurna Hills. The trail offers hikers a rare opportunity to stay in the traditional homes of local families inhabiting the region. Here we sample local cuisine and witness local culture and the Himalayas firsthand. In essence, the trekking trail is intended to keep tourism earnings and benefits for the local community.
The Mohare Danda Homestay Trekking begins in Galeshwar, the picturesque city of Pokhara. The trail goes past the Kali Gandaki Gorge before entering the woodlands of oak and pine. You will visit several prominent villages, including Banskharka, Nangi, Mohare, Dandakharka, and Tikot, all of which produce organic food and local handicrafts. The highest point of this journey is Mohare (3300m), which provides stunningly close views of Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna South (7219m), Macchapuchre (6993m), Tukuche (6920m), and Mardi (5587m). On your way back to Pokhara, you'll climb to the village of Ghorepani, which is likewise known for its Himalayan ranges.
The Mohare Danda Trekking is an excellent alternative to the overcrowded Ghorepani-Poonhill Trekking. It is ideal for trekkers with limited vacation time who want to experience the natural and cultural wonders of the Himalayas.