Dolpa is the biggest and least populated region of northwestern Nepal. The area is famous for the deepest lake of Nepal (Lake Phoksundo – a beautiful turquoise-colored lake). The region has a major concentration of the Shey Gompa. Dolpo people – inhabitants of Tibetan origin who speak a Dolpali dialect and observe Lamaism as their religion. Unforgettable landscapes, impressive views, and contact with a virtually untouched culture make this trip worthwhile.
Phoksundo- the deepest lake (650m) of the country in Dolpa, west Nepal. The lake is included in a National Park named She-Phoksundo National Park afer the same. It is situated at an altitude of 3900m. The length of the lake is 4.8 km and width 1.6km. The water here is very cold and lacks aquatic animals.
Our 21 days Dolpa Trek offer customized camping trips to the unique destinations in lower Dolpo – for those who love a challenging trekking adventure and camping.