Our trek to Annapurna Base Camp was out of this world – from trekking through the breathtaking scenery of Himalayan forests and jungles to the snow-capped peaks of some of the highest mountains in the world, through small villages and across huge suspension bridges over rivers. Possibly the best trip I’ve ever done in my life.

One of the main reasons it was an unforgettable trip was the team of incredible locals that made it all possible by guiding us, carrying our bags, and teaching us about the Nepalese culture.

A perfect trip for me means getting to know real people from the country, and they were all genuinely some of the nicest people I’ve ever met.

I have a newfound love for Nepal after this trip. If you’re hesitant about taking the plunge, just do it. I had never done a long multi-day trek before, especially at this altitude, and I don’t regret it at all.

Yes, you’ll be sweaty, yes it might rain, and maybe your calves will be sore. But it will all be worth it.

I am in awe of Nepal’s rich culture and traditions, a land where history speaks.

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