Siklish Danda Trekking 14 Day.

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Siklish Danda Trekking 14 Days

Siklish Danda trekking rough and wild, this trek also cuts through less traveled country south of Annapurna II & Lamjung Himal massif. The Siklish trek an alternative to other short treks in this region, also probes an un-crowded corner of the Annapurna Conservation Area under the shadows of the LamjungHimal and the Annapurna II and Iv.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 (Gurkhas) village as well as a national flower forest of rhododendron in the springs. This fabulous camping trek takes you about a week, starting at Modi River and heading south to Begnas Lake, subsequently following the river’s west bank up to well-preserved Siklish (1980m.), most probably Nepal’s biggest Gurung village.

Trekking Season for Siklish Danda Trekking
September to May is the best seasons for attempting Siklish Danda Trekking and also December, Jan & Feb are consider as a good Trekking months as its very lowland and peaceful greenery. The weather is sunny and warm, although the nights are cooler and temperatures can fall to 10 Degrees C* also. Weather can change rapidly and be unpredictable. Summer (June, July & August) is a bit hot temperature and trekking can be done without any problem.

Total Day  >  14  Days

Group Size   >   4  to   15

Departure Date > Every day the Season

Trekking hours >

Best Season  >>

Cost   >    on Request

Start point >

Accommodation > tent  (camping) trek.

Maximum Elevation> 3140m.(10,04 oft

Approximately 5 to 7 hrs. Each Day.

September and  May.

Start  point  >   Pokhara

End   Point   >  Pokhara

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Available departures

  • Day 01. Arrive at Kathmandu, Traditional Nepali Dinner
  • Day 02. Kathmandu City Tour
  • Day 03. Drive to Pokhara
  • Day 04. Trek to Mardi Khola
  • Day 05. Trek to Kharapani
  • Day 06. Trek to GhaleGaon
  • Day 07. Trek to Tarahill
  • Day 08. Trek to Siklish / Panche
  • Day 09. Trek to Lamakhet
  • Day 10. Trek to Thulokot
  • Day 11.  Trek to Pokhara
  • Day 12.  City tour in Pokhara.
  • Day 13.  Drive back to Kathmandu / leisure, Traditional Nepali Dinner
  • Day 14.  Departure
  • • English Speaking Tour / Trekking guide (First Aid and Eco trained)
  • • All Local Transport, Airport pickup and drop
  • • Hotel and Breakfast During the Tour
  • • Deluxe Hotels Kathmandu and Pokhara with B/B plan
  • • Conservation Park fee and Trekking Permit
  • • Sightseeing at Kathmandu Valley, Each Place with all Entrance Fees
  • • Necessary Sherpa Porter, Mule, Yak during the trekking
  • • Each Sherpa (Asst. Guide) for Each Group
  • • Travel & Rescue arrangements
  • • Insurance for Trekking Crews1
  • • All government and local taxes if necessary
  • • All Camping Gear and kitchen Crews
  • • Trekking food 3 Times a Day as Expedition Style
  • • Welcome & farewr
  • cost
  • • Your Personnel Equipment / Travel & Rescue Insurance
  • • Your Visa Fee for Nepal / International Airfare To / From Home City
  • • Lunch and Dinner in The City Stay
  • • Emergency rescue evacuation
  • • Cost arising from outside the control of Clan Treks
  • • Your Personal Expenses, Telephone, Laundry, Bar Bills & Extra Porters
  • • Tips for the trekking Crews These symptoms are to be taken very seriously. In case of appearance of any of the above symptoms, immediately contact your travel guide.

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