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Mohare Danda trek is an eco-friendly trek to the hilly regions on the lap of the Annapurna mountain, that benefits the locals directly ( since it is a community trek ) through the trail that can be halved into an easy path and adventurous path that is relatively difficult perfectly.
The viewpoint of the Mohare Danda promises the clearest view of the Dhaulagiri mountain and Annapurna mountain. Trekkers get to view the longest mountain chain and observe the raw Nepali lifestyle in villages where every aspect like food, work, and values differ completely from the city.
Situated at ( 3300 m / 10826.77 ft ) Mohare Danda is highly populated by Magar people who give homely treatment to all the tourists and serve them their unique cuisine. This 11 days Mohare Danda trek is a newly discovered hiking route in the Annapurna area, opened to promote the sustainable Eco-tourism of Nepal and support local projects. Tourism in this region will play a vital role in the upliftment of the lifestyle of locals.
Furthermore, the Mohare Danda trek provides the best choice for all travelers who have a short time to explore the unlimited culture and natural diversity of Nepal. It provides the closest view of Mt. Annapurna and Dhaulagiri from Mohare hill station. This trip to the beautiful off-the-beaten site of Annapurna region surrounded by hills, rivers, and mountains is truly an incredible experience.
Mohare Danda trek is also known as Annapurna Dhaulagiri Community trekking. This trek is the best option for those who want to skip the crowdy Ghorepani Poon Hill trek. You can experience heaven for culture, nature, and trekking with this short adventurous trek. Furthermore, you can get the customized Mohare Danda trek with us. The trek days can be as per your requirement.
2 - 14
3300 m/ 10826.8ft
This short trek is perfect for the people who have limited time for trekking and don't want to compromise on the beautiful sceneries of mountains and the breathtaking sunrise.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C!