Royal Trek Nepal
This trek has gained its name the 'Royal trek' because Prince Charles of Britain walked through it along with an entourage of 90 guest, entourage followers and staff in 1980
This trek has gained its name the ‘Royal trek’ because Prince Charles of Britain walked through it along with an entourage of 90 guest, entourage followers and staff in 1980 s. However, there are no village accommodations along this lodging route, thus member do this trek with our guided trekking groups. This is an easy, short trek that starts near Pokhara and offers good mountain views. It’s an excellent trek to do as it does not entail any particular long walking days and there’s always plenty to see Nepalese village and the mountains. It is not a heavily trekked area giving all its beauty to one alone.
As one is walking along the peaceful ranges with terraced hills all around, you will see colorful flora and fauna painting the landscape, eagles soaring high above and good mountain views including Machhapuchhare and Annapurna. Thus, one can feel higher than royalty discovering oneself the natural height of being alive.
Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu airport and transfer to hotel
Day 02: Fullday sightseeing tour in Kathmandu
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara and over night at hotel
Day 04: Trek to Kalikastan
Day 05: Trek to Shaklung
Day 06: Trek to Chisopani
Day 07: Trek back to Pokhara
Day 08: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 09: A free day in Kathmandu
Day 10: Depart to Airport
Experience is not necessary at this level, anyone who is in good health and fit enough to enjoy a good weekend hill walk can manage this grade. Usually, Easy grade treks are short in duration and at lower altitudes; often they are optional, giving a chance of a rest day. However, walking always involves some exertion: trails are seldom flat, and you must still expect to have a reasonable amount of ascent and descent. You would normally walk for 4 to 5 hours during the day. The transport is by Airplanes and Jeep.