Siklis Trekking Nepal is also known as Royal trekking because Prince Charles had a trek through the area in 1980 to visit the villages of Gurkha recruits. Siklis Trekking Nepal has been most loved trekking as it is one of the picturesque treks that unfold the natural beauty in Nepal. The charming villages, intriguing patterns of terraced fields, rhododendron forest are the main attraction of Sikles Trekking. You can also see Annapurna II (7937m) and IV (7525m) mountains which is the key features of this trekking.
Siklis Trek takes us to the corner of Annapurna Conversation Area. During this trekking, you have opportunity to observe Himalayan ecological beauties inside the conservation area. We have carefully planned published Siklis trekking itinerary inside the conservation area. You will have opportunity to observe natural beauties, the flora, faunas including bird views. Join us to immerse in the Annapurna and Lamjung Himalayan ecological beauties with our well experienced guides, who are guiding in this route since long time. Please inform us if you have particular purposed trekking such as observation study during this trekking.
You will be welcomed on your arrival by our representative at Tourist Buspark or Airport, Pokhara. You will be transferred to your hotel. Once you check into the hotel, find some free and relaxing time until we meet for the briefing at some point in the evening. You will be informed about the time for the briefing at your hotel.
A 30 minute drive to Bijayapur Khola (Bijayapur Army Camp) takes us to the starting point of the trek. The route takes us through rice fields then ascends through Rakhigaon. The views around are Then the trail gently climbs along a ridge top through the Brahmin and Chhetri villages towards Kalikasthan. - See more at: http://www.nepalholiday.com/siklis-trekking/#sthash.NHdnCqVG.dpuf
The route begins by passing through local villages and rice terraces up to Mardi Khola. En route, you cross Bhaise, Nawaldanda to reach Lama Khet, a small village surrounded by lush green hills.
The trail remains flat along the river bank until you reach Khilan Gaon. After this, you follow a path which is gently uphill for some distance and then gradually gets steeper. The trail climbs again until we reach Siklis village. This is one of the oldest and largest Gurung villages.
The route passes through rhododendron and oak forests on a gradual ascent before leveling out.
Again the trail passes through forests of rhododendron before it descends steeply to reach Ghale Gaon. It is a small village which is mainly inhabited by the Gurung and Magar communities.
The trail descends gently to Hyamgja (1070m) where a vehicle awaits to take us back to Pokhara.