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  • Lower Dolpo Trekking Special Discount for student, researcher, journalist, Group trav

    Trekking in the most remote and least developed isolated corner of Nepal, visiting ancient villages, Shey Phoksundo Phoksundo Lake National Park, isolated Buddhist monasteries, a breathtaking waterfall, culture and tradition fascinating wildlife such as sheep blue, ibex, jackal and the legendary Snow Leopard Lower Dolpo This walk is in the center-west. This protected area Dolpo area is remote and rugged is both scenic and cultural appeal. Geographically, it is similar to the Tibetan Plateau and is generally dry, cold and sparsely vegetated lower Dolpo This walk will consist of a house of herbal land, unspoiled trans-Himalayan culture, Buddhist monuments. The main attraction of the trek in Dolpo is the wild and pristine landscape. Trekking in this area is an adventure that is full of enthusiasm, excitement and, above all, unforgettable life time. The lower Dolpo walk circuit can be performed in eight days from the rear of Juphal Juphal. The circuit can be done either clockwise or counterclockwise, in both directions at the focal point of the walk are Phoksundo Tarap lake and valley. The trekking season upper deck and lower Dolpo Dolpo is usually from June to September.
    Travel Details
    Lower Dolpo Trek Trek Name
    Trek Duration: 20 Days
    Best Season: Trekking in Dolpo is possible, particularly during the months of May, June, July, August, September and October
    Trek Grade: Strenuous
    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Group size: Max Min.1 10 people in a group
    Min Altitude: 2350 m
    Maximum altitude: 5150 m
    Mode: Flight: Nepalgunj / Juphal
    Price: For the latest information and competitive price, please contact us
    Lower Dolpo Trekking itinerary details:
    Day 1: Meet at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel
    Day 2: Kathmandu VISITS: Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu
    Valley includes the Hindu temple complex of Pashupatinath (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the largest Buddhist stupa in Boudhanath. You can also visit the Monkey Temple Swyambhunath (Temple 2000 years old) and visit Patan city of fine arts. Return to hotel.
    Day 3: Kathmandu to Nepalgunj - Nepalgunj flight in the south-western Nepal
    and spend the night here.
    Day 4: Nepalgunj to Jumla by flight and travel Gothichour (2700m) -
    This morning we fly from Nepalgunj to Jumla. Leaving the airport in Jumla, we crossed the Tila Khola Khola and near its confluence Chaudabise and gradual rise to a fertile valley of rice terraces. The trail continues through several villages before passing through a forest of maple and walnut to a meadow, in season, is covered. Overnight camp in Gothichour.
    Day 5: Ghotichour of Napakhola (3,000 m) -
    Today's route follows the Tila Khola through fields of corn, potatoes, buckwheat and barley. Passing Maniwals way.After Tibetan lunch walk continues along the river to Napakhola, a small Buddhist settlement. Overnight at camp.
    Day 6: Napakhona of Chaurikot (3,000 m) -
    Today the trail becomes steeper and climbs through a forest to a pass called Mauri Lagna [3820]. Journey through forests of birch and fire Chaurikot tape. Panoramic views Jagadu Patrasi and Himal are visible to the north. Overnight camp near
    people.
    Day 7: Chaurikot the river Bheri -
    Today. Pass a village inhabited by blacksmiths and tailors. Way down to a stream before climbing through a forest of walnut trees on a cliff. Overnight at camp.
    Day 8: Bheri Khola River Side Gharpung -
    Climb gradually through a bunch of thorny bushes., Passing Hurikot and reach the National Park entrance Phoksumdo Shey. Overnight at camp.
    Day 9: Gharpung Khola to Kagmara [3500]
    We followed the river to sream, slowly ascending on short and easy Kagmara Louisiana. Overnight camp below to Kangmara Peak.
    Day 10: Kagmara Kagmara of base camp (4000m) -
    The trail gets steeper and reaches a rocky area. The trail climbs to a moraine below the La Kagmara and make our camp among the rocks. The views from here of the surrounding peaks are magnificent.
    Day 11: Cross Kagmara La (5165m) rises become very intense now and pass this is a good place to observe the rare blue sheep. Working through the pastures of Pungmo Khola Valley. Overnight camp in Pungmo Khola in the grassy place.
    Day 12: Khola to Pungmo Pungmo Gaon (3,050 m) -
    The trail now enters the forests of birch and juniper. Good view of Kanjirowa peak on the road and can see a good deal of the villages with Yak Tibeatan herders.The Junper area is covered by Birch and apple. Overnight at Pungmo Gaon.
    Day 13: Gaon Pungmo to her Phoksundo Lake (3,600 m) -
    We continue downstream to the national park headquarters before joining Sumduwa track of the lake Phoksumdo Phoksumdo Khola. Working through a forest of cedar in the way we would get a bigger waterfalls in Nepal. Overnight camp near Lake Ella Phoksundo.
    Day 14: Lake Phoksundo - Relaxation to admire the beauty of this great lake.
    Majestic snow-covered peak known as Kanjirolba viewof and Batrasi Kagmara and Himal. Visit nearby village and Gompa Ringbo.
    Day 15: Lake Phoksundo dhow to base camp. Working through the pine forests of juniper and blue. The trail follows the river through the valley to a waterfall and camp at the base camp of step dhow.
    Day 16: Cross dhow Pass (5090m) - Numla Pass base camp (5190 m) - The narrow valley widens and is surrounded by big glaciers and blade shaped rock cliffs. Enjoy incredible views of the massif Kanjiroba west.
    Day 17: Base Camp Numla Pass - Chering Gompa - Climb to the top of Numla step if it is clear, we can see as far as Dhaulagiri. That opens to a beautiful valley of upper Tarap. Camp near Chering Gompa.
    Day 18: Chering do Tarap Gompa: The trail now descends beyond a great wall of peanuts to the region Tarap and walked through fields of barley Tarap Valley to the solution.
    Day 19: Rest day to explore around Is it the largest settlement in Tarap and has several gompas. On the hill above the village is the gompa Bhunpa Ri, and just to the east, the village has a gompa Shipchhok Bon-po that is certainly worth exploring. There are also opportunities to get great views of the valley and the surrounding snow-capped a series of mountain ranges nearby.
    Day 20: Is Tarap of Lahini 3560m: Follow the Tarap Khola. Enter the stream that has large rose bushes and other wild flowers, as the valley narrows and deep ravines are dotted with caves. Camping near one of the largest cave tonight.
    Day 21: Lahini Tarakot (2,700 m) - Come to a wide valley. This is the musk deer country laskap Khola Khola joins Tarap here. Upload a Kamigoan (2950m), the winter residence of people Tarap DHO. Then rise above the river, before descending to the Barbung Khola and people Tarakot strength. Accommodation in the village of Tarakot.
    Day 22: Tarakot - Dunai (2,100 m) - We follow the Barbung Khola downstream along the southern edge of the village of Laban prior to Dabung from here working through the river reach Dunai.
    Day 23: Dunai - Jhupal - Walking distance flight to Nepalgunj Jhupal and the next day.
    Day 24: l-Jhupa Nepalgunj Kathmandu - Fly to Nepalgunj and connect with flight back to Kathmandu.
    Day 25: Kathmandu free day, evening dinner with Nepali culture show, the hotel
    Day 26: Final departure, transfer to airport

    If itinerary could not meet their needs, we can design an itinerary tailored to meet your needs. Please let us know if you make it shorter or longer.
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