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Birethanti is a small village set at the foot of the Modi Khola Valley at around 1,100 metres. The village was one of the main stops on the Annapurna Circuit treks, but since the road has been built within a few hours' walk its importance has waned.

It still has many small tea shops and souvenir sellers, even though it is not the thriving trekkers' centre it once was.

A wander round it will reveal the lives of the local people and you may well see the mule trains being driven from here up the valley, supplying less well connected villages with goods.

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    • Sanctuary Lodge, Birethanti

      Sanctuary Lodge

      Simple

      Well named Sanctuary Lodge lies surrounded by a colourful, blooming garden and spacious lawns, overlooking the river. 10 simple rooms have warm comfortable beds and down jackets for your use, there is also a fantastic bar area complete with central fireplace.