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Overview

The Royal Trek is one of the shortest treks that follow a shrub like path along the foothills of Annapurna, north of the Pokhara valley. The Royal Trek is so-named because The Prince Charles and his 90 person entourage had explored this route in the early eighties eightys. This trek provides the opportunities for meaningful cultural experiences with the diverse mix of people and cultures that inhabit this region.

The journey of Royal trek begins in the beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara and passes through beautiful Gurung hamlets During the trek, we are able to enjoy stunning views of the eloquently built hillside rice terraces, the magnificent Annapurna range, Fishtail and the Langtang Mountain views. The trip finally ends at the scenic Begnas Lake which is about 30 km west of Pokhara City.

The Royal trekking trip is basically recommended for beginners who are restricted by time to trek longer. This Royal trek presents a true picture of uniqueness and allowing us the chance to capture traditional lifestyles of the tribes whose ancient religious practices and traditions have remained unchanged for thousands of years. Compared to other trekking areas in Annapurna region, Royal trekking route is less crowded, so you can get more close to nature, culture and lifestyle.

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Detail Itinerary

Trek Itinerary: “A”

Day 1
Kathmandu – Pokhara by early flight and drive to Beganas Tal then trek to Sundar Danda. And overnight at camp. You can see Machhapuchre, Dhoulagiri, Lamjung, Annapurna Himalaya as well as beautiful Begnas and Rupa Lake. Local village gives you excellent opportunity to interact with local ethnic group.
Day 2
Sudar danda walk to local school, which takes 3hrs and stop for the lunch. You can have beautiful view of Himalayas from this place then walk another an hour to the camping point called Kalikasthan where you can see the Temple of Kali (Goddess of Kali).
Day 3
From Kalikasthan trek 2hrs to Ramkot for lunch. After lunch again another 2-hour walk to Syaklung village through by serene forest and overnight.
Day 4 Syaklung walk about 3 hrs to Bhirchowk for the lunch then continue couple of hours treks to Chisapani then overnight.
Day 5 From Chisapani descent to Pokhara and overnight at Hotel.
The above itineraries are subject to change due to condition beyond our control. This is guideline showing tea house or tentative camp night stops. Physical, Technical and Natural condition may change this above itineraries.
(KTM/PKR/KTM BY BUS OR AIR)
The 5 days Annapurna Skyline trek has been dubbed the “Royal Trek” as Britain’s Princes Charles walked it in the 1980s. It is an excellent trek to do as it doesn’t entail any particular long walking days & there’s always plenty to see. It’s not heavily trekked area, giving all it’s beauty to one alone. However, there are no village inn along the trail thus people do this trek, with guided trekking groups.

Trek Itinerary: “B”
Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu then transfer to Hotel.
Day 2 Kathmandu sightseeing.
Day 3 Kathmandu – Begnastal (Lake) by Bus then trek to Sundardanda. (Apr. 7hrs.)
Day 4 Sundardanta – Kalikasthan. (Apr. 5 hrs.)
Day 5 Kalikasthan – Syaklung. (Apr. 5 hrs.)
Day 6 Syaklung – Chisapani. (Apr. 5 hrs.)
Day 7 Chisapani – Begnas Lake & drive to Hotel in Pokhara.( Apr. 5 hrs.)
Day 8 Pokhara – Kathmandu By tourist Bus then transfers to Hotel. (Apr. 7 hrs.)
Day 9 Kathmandu free.
Day 10 Transfers to airport for your onward journey.
The above itineraries are subject to change due to condition beyond our control. This is guideline showing tea house or tentative camp night stops. Physical, Technical and Natural condition may change this above itineraries.

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