Mt. Annapurna 1 nestled in the majestic Annapurna Himalayan Range lies on the north of Pokhara & east of Jomsom & Marpha Valley cut through the himalaya by Kaligandaki River Valley, it is a tenth highest peak in the world. This mountain had submitted by French Expedition Team led by Maurice Herzog and his expedition team on the date of 3 June 1950. Probably, the team was the first to set a new record in the world mountaineering history by successfully climbing a peak over 8,000meters. The team was first who granted permission to attempt to climb Mt. Annapurna I, by the Nepalese government.
The expedition team & staff crews leave from Kathmandu to Pokhara, from Pokhara to Beni. Ascend up to Kaligandaki River Gorges & valley following the river bed via natural hot water spring, exploring Dhaulagiri icefall and observing the Thakali people and their way of life as well as the views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.