You can see the Great Mountain and the rugged terrain when hiking in the vicinity. This is a breathtaking short trip through a Gurung (Gurkha) village and a forested area. It has so used as a substitute for other quick treks in the Annapurna region. Off the beaten path through the Gurung hamlet, the journey passes past cornfields and rice terraces before cutting over a hill covered in a lush green forest and luring hikers with panoramic views of Machapuchare (fishtail peak) and other nearby mountains.
Without a doubt, this is a fantastic camping hike. The walk starts in Pokhara, which is accessible from Kathmandu by direct air or bus; typically, we camp around Begnas Lake. The following day, the trek starts from Beganas Tal (Lake) and proceeds north to Baral along with the Madi Khola. Following that, we travel to Chymarang before arriving at Siklesh (1,980m), which has been conserved, via the Gurung communities.
Trvelling to the Ruby valley of Ganesh Himal Region is going to be one of the best journey of your life. Along the trip, we can enjoy stunning views of the Himalaya, farmland, and smatterings of forests home to a variety of species. We take excursions along the Siklis and explore the still-unexplored regions. Then, after stopping for a break in Hoga to take pictures of the Himalayas and the local wildlife, we continue on to Chipli, Burijung Khola, Bharaburi, Chisopani, and Pokhara before flying or taking a bus back to Kathmandu.
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Since it is one of the picturesque treks that reveals the natural beauty of Nepal, the Siklis trip in the Kaski district has become one of the most popular trekking destinations. Some of the main highlights of this walk include the lovely villages, fascinating patterns of terraced fields, rhododendron woodland, and high alpine meadows tucked beneath the majestic Annapurna II (7937m) and IV (7525m) peaks.
As Prince Charles traveled through the region in 1980 to visit the villages of Gurkha recruits as part of an effort to make this into a model eco-trekking route, the trek is also known as a royal journey. However, it has not yet cast a shadow over the Annapurna Conservation Area corner, which is framed by the Lamjung Himal and the Annapurnas II and IV.