Dolpo Trekking

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Dolpo Trekking
Dolpo Trekking

Dolpo, one of the remote regions of Nepal, lies in the Mid-western region of the country bordered by Dhaulagiri and Chure range at the East and South and Jumla at the West. Famous for its pristine beauty and raw charm which is still untouched by the modernity,Dolpo offers you a life time trekking experience that you will cherish forever.

Opened to trekking route only since 1989, the Dolpo region provides you with such an exotic experience that is hard to match. Unexplored lives of Nomadic people, magnificent view of Mt. Dhaulagiri, picturesque SheyPhoksundo Lake with crystal clear water, thrilling hardcore landscape, preserved ecosysytem and occasional encounter with exotic wildlife species such as Blue Sheep, Snow Leopard etc leaves you with an yearning to visit the place again and again to explore more.

The trek trail starts at Juphal passing through Dunai and Tarakot reaching up to the Bang la Camp which is the highest point of this trek. Then on passing through village called SanuBheri the route descends to the Phoksundo Lake, which is situated in the SheyPhoksundo National Park, the largest national park of Nepal and one of the main attraction of this trekking route.

This trekking simply offers us the Mother Nature at its best in its rugged and untouched form, making the journey through this region an inspiring and unforgettable one.

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