Trip to Ghandruk

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Ghandruk is a town and Village Development Committee in Kaski District in the Gandaki Zone of northern-central Nepal.
Ghandruk is a popular place for treks in the Annapurna range of Nepal( i.e. specially for Annapurna Base camp trek), with easy trails and various accommodation possibilities. From Ghandruk there are views to the mountains of Annapurna including Machapuchare, Himchuli. By this reason it’s purely in natural setting.

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How to get to this beautiful village?

  • After you reach Pokhara, you can board a bus, hier some vehicle or travel in a bike too. As per your comfort.

{If you are not from Pokhara, and wandering how to get there, then it’s pretty simple:
You can reach to Pokhara by bus, bike or micro vans or even a flight. If you want, you can also reserve any vehicle and drive to Pokhara.}

  • There are various options to reach this village.
  1. You can stop by at Birenthanti and walk along the way to Ghandruk.
  2. As you enter the Ghandruk VDC, you can take up the stone paved staircase that leads to Ghandruk village.
  3. Or simply, drive all the way and take 5 to 15 mins walk up the hill.

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Yaa, that’s all. Pretty simple, isn’t it?


On the way to the village you will be able to see different scenarios of the nature, that will bring peace to mind. And also various cultures and typical traditions of village which has helped the villagers earn their livelihood since ages.

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Here’s a 3 minute video of my trip to Ghandruk. Check it out!

Hope this was helpful, do let me know if you found this helpful. And what you would like me to post about in upcoming days.


 

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