Ghandruk village trek is one of the prettiest and ideal treks in the Annapurna region for those who wish to do a three-day trek in Nepal in a comfortable trail and enjoy the finest mountain sceneries.
Ghandruk village trek begins after one and a half hours of drive from Pokhara and ascends through the hill villages after crossing the suspension bridge at Modi Khola River. We then climb past the river valleys and farm terraces to the ethnic Gurung village of Ghandruk. The mountain views from Ghandruk are superb. In the next two days, we pass through excellent viewpoints at Landruk and Pothana and Deurali, walk through lovely forests and visit some picturesque hill villages and finally end the trek at Phedi.
Ghandruk village trek is short, easy and can be done all through the year even in summer. Average walking is four to six hours, the highest point is only 2000m and there is no risk of altitude sickness.
Even those travelling with children or elderly trekkers can enjoy this trip very much. You will sleep and eat at mountain lodges called tea houses and your luggage is carried by our porter.