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Trekking in the Himalayan foothills, one of the easier treks in Nepal and all at low altitude too, The Royal Trek is so named as it was undertaken by HRH Prince Charles when he visited Nepal. Although short, this trek is full of pleasant surprises. Once ascended, the trail follows an open ridge line of the Annapurna foothills and affords excellent panoramic views from Manaslu to Annapurna, including the iconic Fishtail. Not only that, it pretty much feels like you're walking off the beaten track (no trekking lodges being evidence of this) and will visit several traditional hill villages and gain an insight into rural Nepali life. If you're short on time, but still want to enjoy magnificent Himalayan views this is often described as a Himalayan trek for softies, which is a little harsh as really there is no such thing as an easy Himalayan trek. You may want to spend extra nights in Pokhara & Kathmandu, or even at the scenic, peaceful Begnas Lake to extend this shorter Nepal walking trip.
Sleeping bags (3-4 season) will be required for nights spent camping. A full trek service is provided (tents, cook, dining table, chairs, cutlery etc & porterage) We can arrange sleeping bag rental if required.
7 Days - Easy/Moderate - Max altitude 1260m - 3 days walking- 5nts Hotels - 2nts Camping
The price shown is for guideline purposes. The price is inclusive of all accommodation described in the detailed itinerary, all airport and land transfers, private overland travel, internal flights as indicated in the itinerary, meals as indicated in the itinerary, porterage on trek, permits & fees & an english-speaking guide.
B = Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner
Day 1 - Arrive Kathmandu
Day 2 - Fly to Pokhara
Day 3 - Trek to Chisapani
Day 4 - Trek to Lipiyani
Day 5 - Trek to Begnas and transfer to Pokhara
Day 6 - Fly to Kathmandu
Day 7 - Depart Nepal
Don't forget, this trek can be customised
See this example itinerary in detail here
£ GBP 698
$ US 903
€ EUR 807
All meals on trek included
Example Itinerary Overview