Trekking Region: Dolpo
Trekking Name: Lower Dolpo Trek
Best Season: July to Ocotober
Trekking Type: Camping Trek
Maximum Height: 5190m.
Duration: 20 Days
Duration: 20 days
The area located in the central west of Nepal the focal point of the area is the Shey-Phoksundo National park.
The least complicated trek to undertake, and one of the most popular treks in the west of Nepal.
The area located in the central west of Nepal the focal point of the area is the Shey-Phoksundo National park. Lower dolpa offers a wonderful chance to experience a landscape and culture far different from that seen in other parts of Nepal. The least complicated trek to undertake, and one of the most popular treks in the west of Nepal. This remote and rugged protected area is attractive both scenically and culturally. The area is the inhabitant of various rare and endangered species of wildlife and plants diversity, which can be seen nowhere else in Nepal.
Day 01: Kathmandu –Nepalgunj (fly) or by drive.
Day 02: Nepalgunj – Juphal( Dolpa) by fly
Day 03: Juphal(2,350m)(25min)Trek Juphal –Dunai(2,150m)
Day 04: Dunai –Tarakot (2,900m)
Day 05: Tarakot –Chanki (2,900m)
Day 06: Chanki –Tarap Khola (3,200m)
Day 07: Tarap Khola – Rest / Acclimatise / Explore
Day 08: Tarap Khola –Dho Tarap (4,040m)
Day 09: Dho Tarap – Numa Phedi(4,500)
Day 10: Numa Phedi – Numa Pass (5,190m) Baga Phedi (4,200m)
Day 11: Baga Phedi – Baga Pass (5,070m) Phoskundo Lake (3,600m)
Day 12: Phoskundo Rest/Explore
Day 13: Phoskundo Lake – Roha Gaun (2,944m)
Day 14: Roha Gaun – Dunai (2,150m)
Day 15: Dunai – Juphal (2,350m)
Day 16: Tarakot – Heute Ghar
Day 17: Heuta Ghar – Dunai
Day 18: Fly Juphal – Nepalganj (25min)
Day 19: Fly Nepalganj – Kathmandu
Day 20: Kathmandu – Rest /Sightseeing
Note: Itinerary can be customized according to your needs and length of stay.