| Jumla Rara Trekking
trek takes you to up into the high altitude lake area of Rara, which
combines the beauty of spruce and pine forest with spectacular views
of the surrounding hills and mountains. This is Nepal’s largest
lake, which houses otters and many fish species. This is one of
the best treks to view Nepal’s wildlife including the Himalayan
bear. This area is one of the least inhabited trekking routes, which
will give you a feel for the natural environment of Nepal. Length
of trip Jumla – Simikot 12 days Average hiking per day 4-5 hrs highest
elevation gained 3700 m
Pristine Rara Lake,
known as the Queen of Lakes, is the largest lake in Nepal. Surrounded
by juniper and spruce forests of Rara Lake National Park in the
western part of the country, it is a high altitude lake at 9,834
feet (2,980 m).
The trekking route
is not heavily traveled, but it passes through a region that affords
cultural interactions and
scenery quite different from the rest of Nepal. You may meet followers
of Hinduism as well as immigrant Tibetan families.
Trekking in this area
involves a great deal of up-and-down walking through forests and
isolated villages. You remain mostly at lower elevations, reaching
a high elevation of 12,243 feet (3,710 m) at Danfe pass.
You can spend two
days at Baridiya National Park, where you can take an elephant-back
safari through the lush jungle. Your accommodations are well-equipped
Cost: Please contact
Minimum Group size: 4
Season: March to Dec.
Departure date: as per your convenience.
- Daily itinerary
- all inclusive camping
or lodge trek with English speaking guide and porters,
- all meals on trek,
- all fees and land
- coffee and boiled
- camping gear such
as twin sharing tent,
- toilet tent, dinning/kitchen
- necessary staff.
- Bottled beverages,
- items of a personal
- delay due to weather,
- equipment failure
or situations beyond our control.
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