The Annapurna Trek region in Nepal is most popular and widely famous tourist trekking destination in Nepal due to its fascinating land biodiversity. The picturesque splendor in mixture with the multi civilization and multi ethnic dissimilarity stands in profusion happy loveliness on its story of the total area mixed up with unbelievable satisfying difference from low land t upper highland. The upper sun alpine grassland protects some of the endangered 101 species of mammals including snow leopards, musk deer, Tibetan Argali, Wolf and fox and blue sheep. Other area of region protects474 species which includes 38 different species of birds at risk in Nepal such as mix species of multi-colored Himalayan pheasants, Golden eagle, Demoiselle crane, Indian tree pie amongst a whole host of other birds, butterflies and insects, 41 species of reptile and 23 species of amphibian have been recorded in the Annapurna region. More than 56 species of flowering plants are endemic to the region and have been recorded more than 3,430 species of flora inside the Annapurna conservation region.
Trekking in Annapurna region is also to explore the Buddhist culture in high altitude area. It is home over 150,000 inhabitants from over 10 ethnic groups such as Tibetans, Burmese, Gurung, Thakali, Bhotia, magars, Manangi and indo Aryan likewise it is also home land of Kshtri, Brahmin, Kami, Damai and Sarki od which ethnic backgrounds have ruined a living of its calm hillside. The perfusion of society and belief are dissimilar from lower parts to upper parts. The upper parts are covered by Buddhist with traces of their ancient, semantic faith apparent but the communities live additional south and lowland is principally Hindus.
Annapurna Trek region offers some of the elevated high snow covered Himalayas over 8,000 meters as well as numbers of beautiful peaks of 7,000 meters. The dawn of tourism and the economic immigration the human populations in this area represented atmosphere worsening. With the aim to protect environment and reserved some place for rare creature for their continuation as well as to get better local living standard. King Mahendra trust for nature conservation in 1968 launched Annapurna Conservation area project.