7. Tilicho Lake TrekNestled carefully in the Annapurna range, the Tilicho Lake is a high altitude lake in Nepal that is unexplored. The lake is so isolated that you will find no settlement anywhere close to it. Trekkers who attempt the Annapurna Base Camp trek use this route, other than the more treacherous one, which requires an overnight halt in nearby villages. The scenery of the Tilicho Lake cannot be compared with any other lake in the world.
Tilicho lake is the lake situated in the highest altitude in the world. It is 4,919 m high in the Annapurna range of the Himalayas in Manang district of Nepal. Anyone attempting to do the Annapurna Circuit route usually cross these watersheds between Manang and Kali Gandaki valleys above the 5,000 meters high Thorong La pass. Various lodges have been built between Manang and the Lake, but there aren’t any accommodation sites or even teahouses past the Tilicho Base Camp lodge. Tilicho Lake and the trek as a whole is a very revitalizing experience, yet a very demanding and an extremely adventurous terrain, not meant for everyone, only the adventure junkies so-to-say.