Dolpo is an exciting restricted area trek, located in the far western part of Nepal it is also known as Off the beaten area trek. This trip provides you an immense opportunity to explore the local traditions, flora, fauna, and interesting religions.
The Upper western piece of Nepal which is the fringe of Tibet and Nepal is a Dolpo trek and the lower circle trek of Dolpo is called Lower Dolpo Trek. It is an extremely remote territory of Nepal. It is an extremely high region settlements trek as it is well known in Tibet Custom, Culture, and Religion in light of the fact that around 1000 years back those individuals moved from Tibet to Dolpo. Lower Dolpo Trek isn’t a simple abundance trip in light of separation from the City so we should fly, which is practicable and simpler to make it. Individuals from Dolpo the majority of them are Tibetan style Buddhism as they referenced about Religion isn’t a similar Buddhism that we have in Nepal. Dolpo isn’t trekking and strolling locale it is a remote zone where we can see their safeguarded Culture, Traditions, and Tolerance.
Dolpo Region has predominantly two sections Upper Dolpo Trek and lower Dolpo trek, both are famous limited region trek in Nepal. It is well known and greatest Lake Rara, Phoksundo Lake (The most noteworthy lake on the planet), She – Phoksundo National park soon. Dolpo locale is secured under Shephoksundo national park where we can see some uncommon wild creatures, for example, Blue sheep, Black bear, and mountain goat so no. Dolpo trek is additionally limited by Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Churen Himal go in the south and east and west side is secured by the Jumla region
Lower Dolpo Trek is an Adventure trekking course, otherwise called off the beaten area trek in Nepal. The brilliant, high Landscapes, the half desert situation in addition to snow Cap Mountains, High Altitude nearby life, Wild creatures, Massif, Lake, and Magnificent Panorama of Nature are the principal Attraction of this Trip.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu,
Day 02: Permit system and Kathmandu-Nepalgunj by flight and exchange to lodging,
Day 03: Fly Nepalgunj-Juphal/Trek Juphal-Dunai (2150 m),
Day 04: Trek from Dunai to Tarakot 2540 m 5-6 hrs,
Day 05: Trek from Tarakot to Laina Odar 3375m 4-5 hrs,
Day 06: Trek from Laina Odar to Nawarpani to Toltol,
Day 07: Trek from Toltol to Dho Tarap 3950 m 6-7 hrs,
Day 08: Excursion around Dho Tarap for acclimatization,
Day 09: Trek from Dho Tarap of Numa, La Base Camp 4350 m 4-5 hrs,
Day 10: Trek from Numa, La Pass to Danighar 4510 m through Numa, La Pass 5310 m 6-7 hrs,
Day 11: Trek from Danighar to Temche 4000 m by means of Baga La Pass 5170 m 5-6 hrs,
Day 12: Trek from Yak Kharka to Phoksundo 3600 m,
Day 13: Explore around Phoksundo Lake,
Day 14: Trek from Phoksundo Lake to Chhepka 6 hrs,
Day 15: Trek from Chhepka to Juphal 6 hrs,
Day 16: Juphal-Fly to Nepalgunj — evening trip back to Kathmandu,
Day 17: Buffer day for flight postponement and crossing out because of terrible climate,
Day 18: Depart from Kathmandu.
As you land at Tribhuvan International Airport, our group agent will meet you there and exchange you to your lodging in Kathmandu. Medium-term in lodging.
Abandoning the Kathmandu city, we fly to Nepalgunj getting a charge out of beautiful perspectives all through the flight. Nepalgunj is a critical business community in some areas as it is situated in the western piece of Nepal, close to the Indian Border. Later at night, we can walk around the bustling markets of Nepalgunj. Medium-term in inn.
Today we get a 35-minute long trip to Juphal from Nepalgunj. As we land in the Juphal, our trekking venture begins. We slip through nearby towns and terraced fields to the Bheri River. The trail proceeds by the riverside and goes by the Roop Ghar with a water factory to at long last land in the town of Dunai. Medium-term in the hotel.
Today we trek to Tarakot following the upstream trail that banks Bheri River. We trek along the leveled way loaded up with excellent scenes out of sight to reach Tarakot. We additionally go over profound crevasses, balancing spans, and disengaged towns as we move over the slope. As we keep on trekking further, we are welcomed with dry stones and developing brilliant terraced fields of Tarakot, which is an old fortified town situated on a hillock to the south of Bheri River. Medium-term in the hotel.
We pursue the trail on the south bank of Bheri River that drives us in the open valley. We at that point head east close by the Bharbung Khola to reach Laisicap and cross the primary waterway. We presently pursue the stream of Tarap Khola and head north to Khanigaon which offers a superb perspective on Sandul Gompa over the valley. Savoring the perspective on Putha Hiunchuli (7246) and Churen Himal Range, we influence a last to climb on the lofty trail to reach Laina Odar. Medium-term at Lodge.
Today the trail finishes the profound canyon of Tarap River, climbing high above on a trail made out from soaking slants. The trail turns out to be moderately open and simple as we move further. We proceed with our trek on wooden boards and level stones that conveys us to Chhyugar. We at that point across a little stream and two or three hours of the trek from that point conveys us to Toltol, which is a winter settlement of the general population of Upper Dolpo. Medium-term in the hotel.
Moving close by the bank of Tarap River, we progressively rise towards Kamattarka, which is the intersection of Tarap Chu and Lang Khola. Intersection a thin chasm, we leave the tree line and enter the forested way brimming with wild rose and juniper brambles to achieve the town of Dho Tarap. Dho Tarap is a brilliant town encompassed by stone dividers and used to be a well known exchanging point to the brokers of Tibet and Mustang in the days of yore. Medium-term in the hotel.
To alter with the diminishing air, we take a day away from work from trekking and go through multi-day investigating Dho Tarap. We spend whatever remains of the day visiting the religious communities close to the zone and accept an open door to learn and comprehend the nearby culture, their convention, and their way of life. The general population of Dolpo wears homemade garments and incline toward Tibetan style samba (boots with upturned toes) for shoes. The vast majority here pursue Bon-Po and Nyigmapa religion. Medium-term at Dho Tarap.
Today we head towards Numa, La Base Camp, moving close by the Tarap Chu River and rising tough towards Tokyu, which is a convention town with effortless Kani step and antiquated houses. From that point, we cross an extension to Khanger and head northwest course of the principle trail. We at that point keep on trekking through the tough trail to reach Numa La Base Camp. Medium-term at camp.
Today we start to trek towards Numa La Pass (5310m), which will be troublesome. We rise through soak trail up over unlimited edges on the tough and unpleasant trail. When we achieve the best, we are remunerated with the phenomenal perspectives on Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Churen Himal Range alongside Norbung Kang (6085m). In the wake of investing some energy, we dive close by the Gyambo Khola pursued by the delightful glade of Danighar. Medium-term at rose camp.
Abandoning Danighar, we head towards Temche by means of another pass, Baga La (5170m). We make a precarious rising along the ratty yak trail. As we move higher, we may require additional endeavors because of a quick increase in the rise. The highest point of the pass offers holy Chortens with a grand perspective on Norbung Kang (6085m) and different crests alongside the entrancing Phoksundo Lake. We at that point drop to a profound gorge and cross a solidified stream to reach Temche. Medium-term at rose camp.
We drop to Yak Kharka from Temche at first and afterward rise to the town of Ringmo going through the forested way brimming with lavish vegetation of oaks, pines, junipers, and cypress. Joined by the stunning perspective on transcending bluffs and an extensive cascade, we advance toward Ringmo town, which is an acclaimed Bon settlement in Dolpo locale. A short stroll from Ringmo drives us to the delightful Phoksundo Lake. Medium-term at rose camp.
We take one more free day of trekking and use this day to investigate Phoksundo Lake and Ringmo town. Phoksundo Lake is a lovely turquoise shading lake which is likewise viewed as the most profound lake in Nepal. We can get a beautiful perspective on Ringmo town from the Lake. We investigate adjacent the Ringmo town and go to visit Tshowa (Bon Monastery), manufactured 900 years back. We likewise go over numerous lovely icy masses over the lake territory. Medium-term at rose camp.
Today the trek to Chhepka begins with a steady stroll along the riverside, trailed by a precarious rising to the highest point of the slope which offers the last perspective on the excellent Phoksundo Lake. From that point, we slide for some time and advance toward Chunuwar. The trail at that point experiences backwoods territory of pines and birches towards Rechi. With a continuous tough and downhill move through the trail, we at long last touched base in Chhepka. Medium-term in the hotel.
Leaving Chhepka, we head towards Juphal going through the town of Shyanta and Kageni. From Shyanta, we trek through a forested way that drives us to the check post of Shey Phoksundo National Park. We at that point traverse Dhim Khola and advance toward Juphal, trekking along the restricted way and excellent fields of grain and wheat. Medium-term in the cabin.
We find an early morning grand trip to Nepalgunj from Juphal. After coming to Nepalgunj, we get our next trip back to Kathmandu. We exchange you to the inn in Kathmandu and give whatever remains of the day to yourself to unwind and rest. Later at night, you can experiment with the nearby diners in the capital city. Medium-term in lodging.
We keep an additional day in the event that the flight gets dropped because of the awful climate condition or postponed because of certain reasons. Medium-term in lodging.
Our group delegate drops you off at Tribhuvan International Airport before your planned flight.
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