Dolpo Region Treks

Dolpo Region Treks

Dolpa is Trans-Himalayan region of northwest Nepal. There is two national park in Dolpa region, Shey Phoksundo and Rara national Park. Shey phoksundo national park is Nepal’s largest National Park covering an area of 3,555 SQ. km. Its provides a diversity of spectacular landscapes. Elevations in the park range from 2,130m in Ankhe to 6,883m at the summit of Kanjiroba Himal. Phoksundo Lake is famous for its magnificent turquoise color and te spectacular scenery clearly rank it with the most scenic mountain parks in the world. Ringmo village, a typical Tibetan village, is scenically nestled in the area. Many beautiful glaciers can be found near and above the lake area. The Park contains many Gompas (Monasteries) and religious area. The most famous, Shey Gompa was established in the 11th Century. Thashung Gompa located near Phoksundo Lake was built about 900 years ago to conserve wildlife. Rara National was gazette in 1976 to conserve the unique beauty of Lake Rara, and to protect the representative flora and fauna of the Humla-Jumla region. The park is Nepal's smallest protected area, comprising an area of 106 sq. km. There were two villages Rara and Chhapru within the park. The residents of the two villages were resettled in Banke district, outside the park.

The landscapes of pastoral village can be breathtaking and one of the best ways to appreciate their diversity and beauty is on foot. However, unlike other parts of modern trekking, it is sometimes hard to determine exactly where it is safe enjoy and totally different culture, life style on the Dolpo region trekking. Dolpa region are few designated footpaths, as well as those inside the national and natural parks and it can be disconcerting to find yourself suddenly in a field and surrounded by bulls or wandering though an area which has apparently been designated for cultural purposes. The attraction of trekking in rural Nepal is in the raw landscapes and challenge of adventure. Half of all people in rural areas of Nepal, who move from one remote pastureland to another low land Tarai, living with their families in traditional round felt tents called Ger. People tend to move their herds closer to sums so they can have easier access to health and education services and basic supplies.

Dolpa trekking is divides into two parts, upper Dolpa and lower Dolpa. To do trekking in Dolpa we need to well prepare for special trekking permit. Nepal government Immigration department issue trekking permit after pay for upper Dolpa US$ 500 for 10 days and Lower Dolpa US$ 10 per week each person through the trekking agency. The plan to visit Dolpa is bit expensive comparing to others trekking in Nepal. Entry to Dopla trekking is either flight to Nepalgunj to Jumla or drive to Beni Bazaar and all the way trekking. In Upper Dolpa trekking we need to carry all the supplies from Kathmandu so we will have own tent, cook, kitchen boy, Sherpa and porters. We have own group of team so that Dolpa trekking is pleasure. Here are so many remote areas trekking but Dolpa is the best for trekkers who are looking Tibetan Dolpa culture, monasteries, landscape and the Mountain View.

Dolpo Region Treks Trips

Upper Dolpa Trekking

Upper Dolpo is a land today situated at the border of Nepal and Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). Traditionally, Upper Dolpo is known to be one of the ancient lands which ancient human civilization was o ...
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Lower Dolpa Trekking

Lower Dolpo trekking is Located in the vital western part of Himalayan country Nepal. Dolpa is known as one of rain shadow area of this country. Lower Dolpo was opened in 1991 for trekking propos. Foc ...
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Jumla Rara Lake Trekking

Rara Lake lies in the remote Karnali region in the north-west of Nepal and is attraction of Rara Lake National Park. Rara was declared a National Park in 1975 following the order to protect the lake b ...
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Tailor Made Holidays
06 March - 2016
Fred Santoro I´m a brazilian guy and went hiking in Nepal back in 2003 and was fortunate enough to meet Suman, the best sherpa you can ever dream of, not only because he´s very experienced and explain all the culture of the nepali people for us, but also because he´s very VERY funny, a fantastic man. 10 years later, we´re still friends a ... Read More
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