Royal Trek

Royal trekking – an overview

  One of the finest products for your short trip in Nepal, which starts from Kathmandu and ends at Pokhara, Royal trek is absolutely trekking travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara with magnificent short trekking experience, very close to Annapurna Himalaya range.  

Collage of mountains seen while trekking Annapurna region a royal trekking
Mountains in far and close view – The view of mountains on the right is how close we get in our trekking of Royal trail.

  Royal trekking is the short trek for a village tour with a close view of Annapurna mountain range. Trekking with a greenery view, mountain view and lake view; Royal trekking is a very beautiful and relaxing trip for your short vacation in Nepal.  

view of Mt fishtail
Royal trekking & Royal View

Local society with friendly people, exploration of culture and tradition of people living by the snow capped mountains; short trekking near Pokhara will give your perfect joy with small adventure.

Royal trek trail is located on the upper side of Pokhara, during this trek you will be very close to the city of Pokhara, but still the exploration of nature will not be less.

majestic himalayan seen after royal trek
View of Mountains & Pokhara

Royal trek is a less known short trek in Nepal, so that the accommodation and food on route will be basic where you will experience home stay with local culture and traditional practice. Royal trek is a off the beaten trekking route near Pokhara for surreal view of Annapurna range, Begnas & Rupa lake.

The 5 days trip (starting and ending at Kathmandu) makes a perfect itinerary for a short trek to Royal experience. Royal trek can either be started from Pokhara or from Kathmandu, our itinerary for Royal trekking starts from Pokhara and ends at Kathmandu, but if you want to customize the trip schedule, write to us.

clients of Nepalgram for Royal trekking in Pokhara
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Outline itinerary for Royal trekking

  1. Arrival
  2. Drive from Kathmandu – Thula kot)(1500m-1250m)(7-8hrs)
  3. Trek from Thula kot –lipeyani)(1250m-1100m)(4-5hrs)
  4. Lipeyani-Chisapani)(1100m-1260m)(4-5hrs)
  5. Chisapani-Pokhara)(1260m-1100m)(5-6hrs)
  6. Drive to Kathmandu
  7. Departure

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Itinerary

At first day we travel in a vehicle all the day. 8 hours travel to get the nice view of Royal Trek. Overnight at the local guest house with fresh, organic food.

We trek on and off the road way, for few hours & we will walk on scratched trekking trail in for most of the day hike. View of mountains, domestic animals, lake view, jungle walk etc. will keep you occupoed all day.

Some uphill walk followed by downhill trail will add small adventure in short trek to Royal trail and the changeable view is also inspiring.

This is the last day of Royal trek. We walk for 3-4 hrs and then we go to pokhara. After helping you chekc in your accomodation at Pokhara, Nepalgram team wish you all the joyful stay in lakeside pokhara.

1. How much does the Royal Trek cost?

One of the more affordable treks in Nepal is the Royal Trek, which typically ranges in price from US$450 to US$950. However, when you factor in flights to Kathmandu and other expenses, this becomes much higher.

2. The Royal Trek requires permits, right?

Permits are necessary for the Royal Trek, yes. The TIMS Trekking Permit and the Annapurna Conservation Permit are both required.

3. What time of year is ideal for the Royal Trek?

The optimum times to undertake the Royal walk are from March to May and from mid-September to mid-December, when the days are warm and the nights are bitterly cold. Winter (December to February) is an option, but it’s obviously colder and there’s a chance that snow will obstruct the paths. On the other side, the routes are less busy. Between May and September, it can get very hot throughout the day and there is a chance of monsoon rain.

4. Is the Royal Trek at risk for altitude sickness?

The Royal Trek reaches elevations of 1700 meters despite being one of the lower altitude climbs. Therefore, it’s crucial to have a fundamental grasp of the dangers of high-altitude trekking as well as how your body adjusts to the experience.

5. Just how challenging is the Royal Trek?

The Royal Trek is not too difficult. This Nepal trip is suggested for first-timers with limited time because only a minimal level of fitness is needed and there is no need for technical climbing experience. We’ll be walking on village pathways where the ground is smooth. There are some lengthy parts that climb and descend, so endurance is needed.
Most trekkers, including young children and the elderly, take five days. When rivers are flooded in the summer, it can be more difficult to cross them. Each day, there will be five to six hours of walking. To increase strength and stability, it is advised that anyone embarking on this walk engage in regular exercise, such as running, for a few weeks beforehand.

6. Which equipment will I need for the Royal Trek?

A variety of necessary pieces of trekking apparel and gear are needed for both the Royal Trek and regular trekking in the Annapurna region. Although brief, the Royal Trek exposes you to a variety of altitudes where night and day temperatures differ significantly.
Many pieces of gear can be leased or purchased in Pokhara or Kathmandu, but we advise taking the most crucial items with you.

7. For the Royal Trek, what kind of travel insurance do I need?

For the Royal Trek, you do indeed require travel insurance. In Nepal, having travel insurance is essential. You will most definitely want enough trekking insurance that can cover the price of an air ambulance and treatment if an accident or event should occur that necessitates rapid medical aid and evacuation.
Make sure you have travel insurance that protects you from any dangers associated with your trip, including disruptions, aircraft delays, lost, stolen, damaged, or delayed baggage, and tour operators’ negligence.

8. Exist additional trekking routes in Nepal?

There are, in fact. If the Royal Trek isn’t for you, you can also attempt the Manaslu Circuit Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, and Everest Base Camp Trek. We also have many more treks available based on your preferences and needs, in addition to this. To view our packages, please visit our website.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

Royal Trek
  • 1500 meter
  • Tea Houses/Lodge
  • Easy
  • Trekking
  • Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
  • Spring (March to May) & Autumn & Winter (September to December)

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