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Day Three:

On the third day of the trek, trekkers can continue on the Millennium trekking route and walk towards Pokharichhap which will also be the destination of the day.

The landmarks along the route are Kalkhu, a magar village, Raipur, followed by the destination of Pokharichhap.

The trek on the third day can be a little challenging as compared to the other days as it is an up-hill trek but the mesmerizing view of the beautiful village of Kalkhu and the view of the Himalayas from there can help soothe the pain away.

Pokharichhap is one of the most culturally rich villages of the Syangja district and this walk of about 1440 meters on the third day of the trek can take approximately 4 hours to walk.

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Day Two:

After the night’s stay at Rajasthal, trekkers can wake up to a beautiful view of the sunrise and visit the Dhor Durbar that lies nearby.

The other landmarks during the second day of the trek include Magar Nas, Lakuribot (which is a Tamu/Gurung Hill Park), the beautiful village of Lama Gaun, the historic sumer palace at Babiya danda followed by the Millennium Cave at Ghaderi which is a fascinating cave with underground waterfalls.

Visitors interested in visiting the Millennium Cave should ask for the key to the entrance gate to the villagers in Ghaderi as there’s no ticket counter at the entrance gate of this lesser-known cave.

The retirement options for the day could be either at Ghaderi which is where the Millennium Cave exists or a 30 minutes walk away at the Magar village of Sandi Khola.

This walk of about 980 meters on the second day of the trek can take approximately 4 hours to walk.

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Day One: 

When journeying from Pokhara, the drive is 22 kilometers towards Gachhepani. 

How to get there:

Private vehicles can be arranged to leave at your preference and will also allow you with the flexibility to stop anywhere you’d like to take photographs but for those opting for local transportation, the local buses and micro buses to Dulegaunda are very frequent and leave every ten minutes from the Baglung Bus Park in Pokhara.

Anyone looking for an additional walk or wanting to visit places that are overshadowed by the more popular treks can visit Bhujikot that is situated 7km away from Dulegaunda.

For those following the same itinerary, they can start their trek towards Rajasthal from Gachhepani which also opens to the panoramic view of nearby villages like Dulegaunda, Khairenitar, and Bhimad.

The fist attraction/landmark on the trek is the Muktinath Chewang Dham and a common saying is that those who visit the Muktinath Chewang Dham don’t require visiting the Muktinath Temple at Mustang.

This landmark is followed by the Rock Garden, Tibetan Camp and the Dhor Barahi Temple before trekkers can reach the final destination of Rajasthal. 

This walk of about 535 meters on the first day of the trek can take approximately 5 hours to walk.