Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 Sakura (cherry blossom) forecasts 2016
  2. 2 Questions on Details for 23 Days in Japan
  3. 3 Back to Bangkok this month!
  4. 4 Vietnam to increase visa cost for Americans
  5. 5 Trip Report A great trip in India
  6. 6 Trip Report TRIP REPORT: Osaka to Hiroshima and in-between stops (tsuyu / summer)
  7. 7 traveling Japan for 2 months--cities to base in?
  8. 8 Agoda for Myanmar hotels
  9. 9 BKK Street Food Disappearing per BBC
  10. 10 Trip Report My Honeymoon Trip to Valparai
  11. 11 Trip Report Not Really A Trip Report Kind of Trip Report (Japan 2016)
  12. 12 Best area to stay in Tokyo
  13. 13 Traveling on low budget ,Japan
  14. 14 A Food Obsessive's First Time Hong Kong
  15. 15 Ferrari Hire Bangkok
  16. 16 Trip Report Spontaneous trip to Japan
  17. 17 Hanoi Hotel
  18. 18 Kyoto to Tokyo on December 31?
  19. 19 Need help choosing a tour company.
  20. 20 AirAsia from DMK (vs. other airlines from BKK) to Siem Reap
  21. 21 Trip Report Family Japan Trip August 2016
  22. 22 MT. Fuji as a day trip from Tokyo
  23. 23 Trip Report Ayutthaya & Bangkok - Travel Report
  24. 24 My plans 5 days japan 1 korea
  25. 25 Earthquake in Myanmar
View next 25 » Back to the top

Nepal - trekking map for Annapurna Region - recommendations, please.

I'm in the early stages of planning a Nepal trip next year, and hope someone may be able to recommend a good trekking map, please.

I have the Hema map, but it's not detailed enough to show the little villages.

Our walking itinerary is:
1. Pokhara- Nayapul - Tikedunga - Ulleri
2. Ulleri - Ghorepani
3 Ghorepani - Poon Hill - Tadapani
4 Takapani - Ghandruk /Ghandrung- Landruk/Landrung
5. Landruk - Bhichok - Potana
6. Potana - Dhampus - Pokhara

It will be my first trip to Nepal; going with a group of friends March/April, and looking forward to it enormously.

If you have any hints/tips/suggestions or advice - please let me have them. I'm sure I'll have some questions as the preparations take shape, but right now I'm devouring the Insight Guides Nepal book.

Oh yes - I love travellers' tales and stories about regions I'm visiting, so if you have any suggestions for biographies/historical/fictional or factional books on Nepal you've enjoyed, please share those, too.

Many thanks

No Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement