Royal trek trail: File photo
Prince Charles and his 90 person entourage while in Nepal had discovered this trekking route in the eighties which is well known as the Royal Trek in Nepal.
The Royal Trek is located along the foothills of Annapurna, in the north of Pokhara valley. It is the shortest trek that follows a shrub-like trail. The trek can offer an exotic and pleasing pleasurable moment of observing the meaningful cultural heritage of diverse groups in this region.
Royal Trek trail
The trekking journey begins from the enchanting Pokhara lakeside that passes through the fascinating rural villages of the ancient indigenous Gurung community.
The journey becomes more alluring, exciting and full of fun as you happen to come across attractive views of hillside rice terraces and majestic Annapurna ranges, Langtang and Machapuchhre.
The trek ends at the fascinating Begnas Lake about 30 km west of Pokhara city. This trekking is good for new beginners of the trekking. The trek is also less crowded in the Annapurna region where you have closure observation of nature and culture.
The trek is hardly elevated at 1,730 meters above sea level. Trekking can be finished in just four days. There is no fixed season for this trek. It can be done in any season except during Monsoon. The logistic arrangements can be done in tea houses, homestays and guest houses.
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