The complete circuit has only been possible since the mid 1980's when the Manang area was officially opened up to non-Nepali visitors. An entry permit for the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) & TIMS is required to obtain for this trek. Once the Annapurna Circuit was considered one of the best treks in the world due to its wide range of reputation and its future as classic trek, the road construction is threatening these days from both side of the entire circuit from Beshishar and ending point from Pokhara to Jomsom. 14 to 21 days long, this trek normally starts from Basishar or Bhulbhule Village and goes counter clockwise takes you through distinct scenery of Marsyangdi River, KudhiKhola, Flora, Funa, happy valley terrace and above all- dry land dotted with mountains reaches at the height of 5416 meters or 17769 feet. The entire round trek is linked with Lamjung, Manang, Mustang and Myagdi. Lower part of the trekking region is a settlement of Hindus with lush green subtropical valleys and terraced farming while Manang and Mustang are of the higher elevations are mainly Tibetan Buddhist. Manang people are not Tibetan descent and are arrogant of their exclusive enriching legacy and integration of lower land Gurung and Tibetan Cultural Influences. According to history, Mustang across the thorang-la (5600 meters) actually has been a part of Tibet History is equally known as the last place in the world to view ancient Bonpo Religion in action i.e. Thini and Lupra near Jomsom, and Nargon near Kogang Villages.
Enchanting views of Manaslu, LangtangHimal, Annapurna II, IV, Annapurna III and Gangapurna and , Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri while passing through other side of the trekking in the world's deepest gorge in between those two 8000 Plus meters high peaks are the key highlights of this Annapurna circuit trekking. Your eyes will refuse to avoid the white snowcapped mountains filling the sky along with millenniums-old glaciers ringing its crest like a necklace of diamonds; it feels more stunning than even the brightest setting sun. The 150 (300 KM) long trekking trial Annapurna circuit trek, circling the Annapurna massif in Nepal offers wide, the terrain easy trial except in some part of the trip. Far-off villages, the Himalayas beautiful but situated in remote landscape, hardly more vibrant then those see in nature documentaries or computer wallpaper, swaying footbridges over thunderous gorges; rocky footpaths wedged with goats, donkeys and water buffalo; terraced rice paddies thrusting green shoots alongside the olive hillsides; narrow stone Gurung villages filled with shrieking children, chatty shopkeepers and the low hum of chanting monks seeping out of intensely tinted Buddhist monasteries are the main focus of the entire trip.