The town of Sikles lies over the Mardi Khola Valley where a trekking will help you explore one of the early Gurung settlements. Sikles trekking takes you to the remote villages and habitation south of Annapurna II massif. With astounding Himalayan perspectives, our trekking passes precarious landscape with quaint towns. If you go there in the spring season, the route to Sikles is blooming with rhododendron forests. The trek can be done with adult family members and friends.
This charming trek provides you dazzling views of Himalayan vistas, stops at tea house and cabin offices. You will come across unique Himalayan culture and see the history of Gurkha warriors in their natural habitat. In the course of your journey, you will come across Seti River, Lhachok, Ghachowk, and the most prominent Ghalegaun. In Sikles trek, you will get to stay in traditional accommodations in Gurung villages for the most part of the trek. Sikles trek is presumably a rich trail in terms of Himalayan culture, hospitality and friendliness, which basically differentiates itself with a number of social differences from other parts of Nepal.
The gives you staggering views of Annapurna region. In addition, a prominent attraction is the witnessing of Nepalese shaman and cleric that belong to the Gurung. To sum it up, this trip takes you in a Himalayan journey with flavors of culture and biological diversity, and at the end of it all, you will feel energized and invigorated.