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Siklish Trekking

Siklish Trekking is rough and wild. Good mountain views and rough terrain, the local people are unaccustomed to trekkers. This trek is a spectacular short trek and traverses a variety of terrain from low land villages and rice terraces up to 3,000 meter where there is the biggest Gurung village as well as a national flower forest of rhododendron in the springs.

This trekking area provides varieties of scenic beauties and ethnic villages comprising of different tribes. The Gurung village of Sikles is an integral part of their eco- route. It is located to the north east of Pokhara at about 2000m elevations. It is a large village, possibly the second largest Gurung village in Nepal, and is a well-preserved example of traditional Gurung culture. Particular interests of the area are the local cloth weaving and the ancient water driven flourmills.

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara
Day 04: Pokhara to Kalikasthan, Camp
Day 05: Kalikasthan to Lamachaur, Camp
Day 06: Lamachaur to Siklish, Camp
Day 07: Explore around Siklish and Chipli, Camp
Day 08: Chipli to Ghale Gaon, Camp
Day 09: Ghale Gaun to Pokhara, Hotel
Day 10: Drive or fly to Kathmandu
Day 11: Transfer to Airport for departure.