Enjoy a 7-day intermediate trek in the mountains north-west of Pokhara. This area is famous for the village of Gandhrung nestled on the hillside above the river valley at an altitude of 2012 meters above sea level and inhabited by Gurungs (who were heavily dependent upon employment in the British Army till the second half of the 20th century), one of the many ethnic groups of Nepal, with their own religion and culture. Ghandrung is a huge village where you will see the headquarters of Annapurna Conservation Project. It offers admirable views of Annapurna South, Machhapuchchhre and Himalchuli. During the trek where you will discover the scenic and magnificent beauty of this rich natural paradise. One of the highlights of this area is the Traditional Gurung Museum which displays the local traditional clothes and equipment used by the Gurung people. This area is also peopled by Magars who, like the Gurungs, may originate from Tibet. Most of them are Hindu with a small fraction of Buddhists.