Overview Siklis is one of the largest villages in the Gurung group. And it still reflects the people’s traditional way of life. This lovely town sits above the Mardi Khola at an elevation of 1981 meters. With views of Annapurna IV to the north and Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal to the east. Siklis was known for its pristine forested surroundings. Making it an ideal location for bird watchers, as Siklis Trek is home to a variety of bird species. Because it is not a high-altitude trip, Siklis Trekking is one of the greatest trekking places. For individuals who have no prior trekking experience in Nepal. We can enjoy the historic and traditional culture of the Gurung people. And engage with the locals to feel their warm welcome. Because the path passes through several human villages along the way. Many individuals in this region served in the British military as Gurkha soldiers. And if we’re lucky, we’ll hear some of the brave stories about the Gurkhas’ service to Britain. Siklis Trek allows you to take in the terraced fields. Which are generally covered in seasonal crops depending on when you come. In addition, when one is doing this trek they can explore the abundant flora and fauna of the place. And this journey is not overly busy, allowing you to enjoy every bit of your stay with the locals. This trekking is also suitable for family outings with small children. Siklis trekking is somewhat demanding and suited for people of all ages. The trek begins in the lovely city of Pokhara. Pokhara can be reached by either flying or driving from Kathmandu. The trekking trip begins at Begnas Lake, where we go north along the Madi Khola to Baral. Also, we drive through various villages and terraced fields before arriving in the village of Siklis. Then we pass by beautiful Himalayan scenery, quaint dwellings, and nice inhabitants along the road. We continue on to Hoga, from where we travel to Chisapani via Burijung Khola and Bharaburi. Siklis’s walk concludes in Pokhara, from where we return to Kathmandu or any other destination you specify. More about Siklis Trek Siklis village, one of Nepal’s traditional Gurung settlements, is located in the eastern portion of the Annapurna conservation area. Similarly, the Gurung inhabitants of this village hail from the western portion of Tibet, and their way of life reflects this. Likewise. the majority of the residents in this village are Gorkha army veterans who now work in agriculture. Furthermore, this village’s Gurung people are extremely hospitable and proud of their long-preserved culture, heritage, traditions, customs, rituals, and festivals. Trekkers should stay in the traditionally painted homes of Gurung people in this village. Trekkers can study and experience the key cultural components of the Tibetan Gurung people. By staying at their homes throughout the Siklis walk. To entertain their tourists, the Gurung inhabitants of this village put on a spectacular singing and dance event. Trekkers can participate in a singing and dancing program with local Gurung people. While staying at Siklis village, which will be a unique experience.