Dolpo Region Trekking

Dolpo Region Trekking

Dolpa is a standout amongst the most exciting trekking destinations of Nepal. It occupies around 7889 square kilometers of area, and it is the largest district of Nepal, but still a standout amongst the most meagerly populated. Its geography is exceptionally thrilling and exciting. It contains the deepest lake of Nepal, Lake Phoksundo which additionally the deepest lake of high elevation on the planet. Dolpo is one of the very few Nepali districts that lies behind the Himalayan mountains, because of which it stays dry throughout the year. Consequently, most of the slope is exposed with little vegetation. Harsh climate consolidated with high slopes makes this are an exceptionally good, amongst the coldest in Nepal, and yet the barren with majestic hills lend it a rare beauty that is absolutely mesmerizing.

Because of the harsh living conditions, very few people live or travel over here. As a result, the people of the Dolpa expose a unique culture of the northern Nepal. This is a land where life still spins around horses, mules and yaks, people here still wear conventional clothing and jewelry. Still, now the remaining parts of the dead animals or people are given to wild vultures like in cavemen’s time. Indeed, even today, a lot of Dolpa is a moderately visited region for travelers, which contributed to the preservation of unique culture of Dolpa.

Highlights: If you liked the documentary Caravan/Himalaya about this place, then this is the trek to see such natural splendor. Phoksumdo lake’s crystal clear blue waters reflecting the spectacular landscape, unique Tibetan Buddhist and Bon settlements with their fascinating monasteries, as well as spectacular snow peaks there is a chance of seeing Himalayan pheasants and blue sheep.

Dolpo Region Trekking Packages

Upper Dolpo Trekking

About This Trek

Dolpo district lies between the Tibetan region and the Dhaulagiri ranges. The whole area was shut to trekkers until 1989 when the southern piece of Dolpo was opened to manage trekking groups in a more convenient way. Our trekking starts with tours through UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. We at that point travel to Nepalgunj and after that to Juphal from where we start our trek in the Dolpo area which was made well known by Peter Matthiessen's book - The Snow Leopard. Nepal's first English subtitled motion picture on Dolpo, The Caravan, was likewise a colossal achievement and was additionally nominated for the Oscar Award in the best outside dialect film class. On our 28-day trek, we go through exploring villages and meet fascinating individuals.

The trek leads us to the beautiful valleys, local settlements, mesmerizing mountains and lush full forest of pines, Rhododendrons, and Oaks. The highlights of the trek is an ancient, picturesque scenery, captivating Shey Phoksundo lake, remote villages of Ringmo and the hundreds of years old monasteries. Phoksundo is the deepest lake that also lies in this region of Nepal it is about 145m depth.

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Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu - (1360m)

Day 02 : Sightseeing Around Kathmandu Valley

Day 03 : Flight to Nepalgunj - (150m)

Day 04 : Flight to Juphal - 2475m

Day 05 : Trek to Chhepka - (2838m) - 6 hrs Wa

Day 06 : Trek to Palam - (3820m) - 6-7 hrs Walk

Day 07 : Trek to Phoksundo Lake - (3620m) 4 hrs Walk

Day 08 : Exploring Day

Day 09 : Trek to Salla Ghari - (3640m) - 5-6 hrs Walk

Day 10 : Trek to Lar Tsa - (4120m) 6 hrs Walk

Day 11 : Trek to Shey Gompa - (4320m) - 7-8 hrs Walk

Day 12 : Rest Day - Shey Gompa

Day 13 : Trek to Namgung - (4430m) - 6 hrs Walk

Day 14 : Trek to Saldang - (4046m) - 3 hrs Walk

Day 15 : Trek to Sibu - (4000m) - 6 hrs Walk

Day 16 : Trek to foot of the Jengla - (4480m) - 4-5 hrs Walk

Day 17 : Trek to Tokyo Gaon - (4240m) - 6-7 hrs Walk

Day 18 : Trek to Dho Tarap - (4200m) - 2 hrs Walk

Day 19 : Trek to Serkam - (3623ft.) - 7 hrs Walk

Day 20 : Trek to Tarakot - (2280m) 5 hrs Walk

Day 21 : Trek to Dunai - (2109m) - 5 hrs Walk

Day 22 : Trek to Juphal - (2404m) - 3 hrs Walk

Day 23 : Flight Nepaljung - Kathmandu

Day 24 : Departure to your destination

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25 days trek total cost $25000

Cost Include(s)
  • All Airport – Hotel – Airport transfer
  • 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch Dinner) including Tea/coffee and hot water
  • Best suited accommodation during the trek
  • An experienced Guide, Assistant Guide (5 trekkers: A.G), and Porter (as your need) to carry luggage during the trek
  • All salary, insurance, equipment, transportation, meals, and accommodation for the Nepalese crew members
  • All Government Paper works and Permits for the trekking (TIMS Card/ National Parks/ Conservation area fees)
  • All grounded transportation and airfare during the trek
  • All Government and Local Taxes
  • Special area trekking permit fee
  • Relaxation, head or feet reflexology (before departure)
Cost Exclude(s)
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • International airfare and airport taxes
  • Items of personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks, mineral waters, cold drinks, laundry bills, cigarettes, phone calls etc
  • Extra cost on shower, battery charge
  • Personal Travel and rescue insurance
  • Rescue charge if needed (we can arrange), any kind of unforeseen expenses etc
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Gratitude/Tips for the Crew
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Rara Lake Trekking

About This Trek

Rara National Park, Nepal’s smallest and most scenic national park spreads over an area of 106 square kilometers, A trek to Rara Lake is an exceptionally good unfathomable and captivating trek in all the Himalayan range lie northwest of Kathmandu in the remote territory of Karnali Zone. If you are looking for wilderness and solitude travels, this trek is a perfect decision. The route is particularly 'off the beaten track' and offers the glances of cultural aid and picturesque scenery clearly distinctive from the rest of Nepal. The clear, high altitude lake Rara reflects the icy Himalayan range at its depth, black juniper forest, and Himalayan cypress. Lake Rara is a scenic pilgrimage for Nepalese. In summer rains less here, and it is perfect for trekking in this area. In the winter there is regular snow on the edge encompassing the lake, in the fall season trekkers are compensated with a profusion of alpine flowers. Rara Lake is five kilometers in length and two kilometers wide and is the biggest lake in Nepal. The National Park is one of the best places in Nepal to observe the natural life of the Musk Deer, Panthers, Ghorals, Tahr, Himalayan Dark Lager, and the rare Red Panda. The park is also a bird lovers paradise, especially during November and April when many species of birds visit during their seasonal migration.

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Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft)

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing: World Heritage Sites

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj (150m/490 ft): 1 hour

Day 04: Fly from Nepalgunj to Jumla (2,540m/8,334ft): 20 minutes

Day 05: Trek from Jumla to Chere Chaur (3055m/10,023ft)

Day 06: Chere Chaur to Chalachaur (2980m/9,777ft)

Day 07: Chalachaur to Sinja Valley (2490m/ft)

Day 08: Sinja to Ghorosingha (3050m/10007ft)

Day 09: Ghorosingha to Rara Lake (3010m/9876ft)

Day 10: Explore Rara Lake

Day 11: Rara Lake to Pina (2440m/ 8006ft)

Day 12: Pina to Bumra (2850m/9351ft)

Day 13: Trek ends: Bumra to Jumla (2540m/8334ft)

Day 14: Fly to Nepalgunj, fly to Kathmandu

Day 15: Final departure

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25 days trek total cost $25000

Cost Include(s)
  • All Airport – Hotel – Airport transfer
  • 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch Dinner) including Tea/coffee and hot water
  • Best suited accommodation during the trek
  • An experienced Guide, Assistant Guide (5 trekkers: A.G), and Porter (as your need) to carry luggage during the trek
  • All salary, insurance, equipment, transportation, meals, and accommodation for the Nepalese crew members
  • All Government Paper works and Permits for the trekking (TIMS Card/ National Parks/ Conservation area fees)
  • All grounded transportation and airfare during the trek
  • All Government and Local Taxes
  • Special area trekking permit fee
  • Relaxation, head or feet reflexology (before departure)
Cost Exclude(s)
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • International airfare and airport taxes
  • Items of personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks, mineral waters, cold drinks, laundry bills, cigarettes, phone calls etc
  • Extra cost on shower, battery charge
  • Personal Travel and rescue insurance
  • Rescue charge if needed (we can arrange), any kind of unforeseen expenses etc
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Gratitude/Tips for the Crew
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