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The Mardi Himal Trek is a hidden gem within the Annapurna Region, sometimes known as Nepal’s most unknown path. Mardi Himal lies east of the actual Annapurna Base Camp, the trek offers what Annapurna Base Camp generally does but with freshness and solitude.
The trek goes along winding paths, through magical and dense rhododendron forests. When you climb out of the forest at an elevation of around 3,300 m. The landscape changes abruptly into a rugged high mountain landscape, with stunning views of Mardi Himal, Machapuchre, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli. You can enjoy the full exploration of the Himalayan countryside, walking past rhododendron forests as you take a less beaten path set against the backdrop of the mountains of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machapuchhre, Ganga Purna, Annapurna I and Mardi Himal.
Bardiya National Park, renowned for its wonderful biodiversity, its surreal uncultivated beauty, and its animals, rarely disturbed, and its melodic sounds of chirps and twitters, await exploration and admiration.
A visit to Nepal is a must for a million reasons. The mountain sides at the northern end of the country are some of the most idyllic on the planet; lush as well as arid, with bio diversity and a dazzling variety of cultural and natural settings.
The lakes of Nepal are like pearls set between the mountains, as enchanted villages are spread across, overlooking turquoise waters. These are examples of uncontaminated nature in are in the most romantic of locations. The lakes of Nepal are like pearls set between the mountains, as enchanted villages are spread across, overlooking turquoise waters.