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Lower Dolpa Treks

Lower Dolpa Trip Highlights

  • World deepest and blue Phoksundo Lake
  • Basic tea houses accommodations
  • Rainshadow trekking region
  • Less tourist visiting the area
  • 3-night tent, Numala Base Camp, Danayghar and Yak Kharka
  • Remote region and Tibetan cloture followers

Overview

Lower Dolpa Trek (19 days tea house trek)

Lower Dolpa Trek is an lonely area compare to the rest of trekking region in Nepal; this trek is fewer tourists visiting trek per year. The Lower Dolpa is Midwestern part of Nepal, and it is 19 days trek with a basic Tea house and homestay. This trek is doable tea house base except for the Numala Base Camp, Danayghar and Yak Kharka, these 3 places are we need to settle a tent and carry some dry foods and EP gas with you.

The trek start flies to Nepalganj and Jhupal and starts your trek, the trek ends again to fly back to Kathmandu from Juphal via Nepalgunj.  The Lower part Dolpa is beautiful villages of Dunai Bazaar, Phoksundo, Dhotrap, Numala Base Camp and beautiful blue colour Shey-Phoksundo Lake with around green valley pine forest.

Lower Dolpa is magnification adventure Himalayas view of Dolpa region, its called rain shadow trekking in Nepal which is the best time to do June, July, August, Sep-Oct, Lower Dolpa Trek required the special permit from Nepal immigration office, one week Permit  is U$D10 per person for the special Permit and Phoksundo National park permits is $30 per person. The main highlighted of the Trek is Phoksundo Lake, it is exotic and enthralling path, reasonably tough trek connect with the part of Great Himalayan Trip Highlighted

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