This route is named the royal trek since Prince Charles walked this trek route in the 1980s. The maximum elevation of this route is 1,700m with no risk of altitude sickness at all. The beautiful scenery of white snow caped Mt. Annapurna greets you not so far as you trek through the route with your mischievous little one. And the trek ends at peaceful and mesmerizing Begnas Lake which is in Pokhara.
The Royal Trek is one of the shortest treks along the foothills of Annapurna, north of the Pokhara Valley. It is a less crowded trail among the other route in the Annapurna region, so this trek is suitable for people who love being around mountains but do not have time for long and strenuous hikes.
Trek starts from the north of Pokhara Valley and passes through several Gurung villages providing opportunities for meaningful cultural experiences with a diverse mix of people and cultures that inhabit this region. Throughout the trek, one can enjoy stunning views of the eloquently built hillside rice terraces, the magnificent Annapurna range, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail Mountain) and the Langtang Mountain views.
The Royal Trek encompassing Annapurna region is ideal for family, children, elderly and almost anyone in good health irrespective of age.
2 - 7
1760 m/ 5774.3ft
This trip explores Annapurna’s Royal visited the trail. Wonderful view of the magnificent Fewa, Rupa and Begnas lakes and dramatic views of the snow-capped Annapurna peaks, Machapuchhre, Lamjung Himal and Dhaulagiri. Tribal Groups of people, culture, lifestyle and much more.