Grade

Adventurous

Accommodation

Camping

Transportation

Bus/Airplane

Max Altitude

5500 m

Min/Max Group size

2/9

Best Months to Trek

APR-NOV

Dolpa Trek

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.

  • Category
  • Location
  • Days
    18
  • Nights
    17
  • Accommodation
    Camping
  • Transportation
    Bus/Airplane
  • Max Altitude
    5500 m
  • Min/Max Group size
    2/9
  • Best Months to Trek
    APR-NOV
Day 1
Arrival, pickup by bus to hotel

You will be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel.

Day 2
Sightseeing city, local guided tour

Explore city of Kathmandu and Swayambhunath

Day 3
Travel to Nepalgunj

Take a scenic flight to Nepalgunj, a commercial hub of western Nepal. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 4
Set up camp, prepare

An early morning short flight takes you to Juphal airport, located in Dolpa. You will meet with your trekking crews in Juphal and start trekking to Dunai.

Day5
Trek through arid landscapes and remote settlements

Trek to Tarakot. The route gradually ascends toward Dho Tarap. Camping in Tarakot.

Day 6
Cross the difficult terrain, trek through pastures to the remote village Lake (3,733m)

Trek to Lahini

Day 7
Explore remote village

Trek to Naworpani

Day 8
Dho Tarap

Trek to Dho Tarap. Camp at Dho Tarap.

Day 9
Explore Dho Tarap

Day at leisure for acclimating and walking around.

Day 10
Travel over 4000 meter

Travel to Numala Base camp. Camping at Numala.

Day 11
Travel over 5000 meter

We ascend to Numa-la (pass) 5238 m. Then it’s a descent to Bagala High camp. Camp in Bagala High camp.

Day 12
Travel over second highest pass

We ascend to Baga-la (5214m) and descend to Yak kharka (3982m). Camping in Yak Kharka.

Day 13
Phoksundo Lake

Travel through an average elevation between 3500-4000 meters. Camp in Ringmo village.

Day 14
Explore Phoksundo lake

Enjoy the day near Phoksundo lake and the surrounding area.

Day 15
Continue travel to Chhepka

We descend to Chhepa (2720 m.) Camping in Chhepka

Day 16
Travel to Juphal

Travel to Juphal to catch the next day’s flight to Kathmandu. Overnight in Juphal.

Day 17
Travel back to Kathmandu

In the morning take a short flight to Nepalgunj and a connecting flight to Kathmandu. Day at leisure. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 18
Trip concludes

Your Dolpa trip concludes this morning. You can plan an additional adventure within Nepal or beyond the Himalayas. Just consult with us.

 

Checklist

  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, mouthwash.
  • Hair brush or comb, hair ties, barrettes/bobby pins.
  • Deodorant.
  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Sunscreen and face lotion with SPF.
  • Night time Moisturizer/Lotion.
  • If under any medication, enough stock


Included
  • All Meals
  • All ground transportation
  • Hotel Accommodation in Nepalgunj
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Tented accommodation during the trek
  • Full trek guide and staffs
  • All trek pack and equipment
 
Not Included
  • Alcohol or Beverage
  • Airfare
  • Entry and permits fees
  • Tips, Insurance
  • Items other than above listed in included
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