Sikiles Trekking routes possible to make short or long both are possible. This trek is the one of best views of annapurna range, nilgiri , Dhaulagiri, Tukuche peak, Dhampus peak, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal other many more greatest views of mountains you never seen before. f you have short holiday and also want to enjoy great mountain views, this could be perfect choide. Local people, hidden cultures are major highlight on the trail.
Siklis trek is an alternative to other short treks in the region, the SIKLISH TREKS probes an uncrowned corner of the Annapurna Conservation Area under the shadows of Lamjung Himal and Annapurna II and IV. This fabulous camping trek takes you about a week, starting at Beganas Tal (Lake) and heading north to the Madi Khola, then following the river”s west bank up to well-preserved Siklesh (1,980m.), Nepal”s biggest Gurung village. From here you strike westwards over the thickly forested ridge that separates the Madi and Seti Khola drainage”s and then descent via Ghachok, another Gurung settlement, to reach the Pokhara – Baglung Highway. Variations on this route are often touted as the ”Royal Trek”, after a rally the troops swing Prince Charles took through the area in 1980 to visit the villages of Gorkha recruits, as part of an effort to develop this into a model eco-trekking route.
Day 01: Arrival, transfer to hotel
Day 02: Porkhara,7 hours by bus
Day 03: Ghachok, 1 hour drive, 3-4 hours walk, easy day
Day 04: Ghalegang,5-6 hours, flat and then uphill
Day 05: Siklis,6 hours uphill, large Gurung village
Day 06: Rest Day,visit village, walk to viewpoint
Day 07: Riverside Camp,5-6 hours, mostly downhill
Day 08: Kalikasthan,5-6 hours uphill, great views
Day 09: Pokhara,3 hours walk, lunch, 1 hour drive.
Day 10: Fly to Kathmandu, half day sightseing/shoping
Day 11: Depature, transfer to hotel.