Located on the northern part of Far Western Nepal, standing
at an elevation of 2350m, Rara region was an ancient kingdom
of KHAS Empires. Surrounding Himalayan beauty, tranquility
of Rara Lake (biggest lake of Nepal), exhibition of rare
flora and fauna in Rara National Park and vibrant color
of nature allure the people. Due to very low rainfall like
upper Mustang, trekking in the summer time can be the unique
experience in the intermountain valleys covered with temperate
forests and alpine pasturelands. Autumn season is also rewarded.
Ripley rediscovered the most famous spiny babbler from this
region, which was not reported for 150 years. The presence
of animals like musk deer, Himalayan black bear, leopard,
goral, Himalayan thar, yellow throated marten, wild boar,
langur (white monkey) and rhesus macaque, and the migrant
waterfowl, great-crested grebe, black-crested grebe, red
crested grebe, snow cock, impeyan pheasant, white crested
pheasant, blood pheasant and chukor allure the heart.
Day 01 : Arrive Kathmandu (1310m).
Day 02 : Fly or drive to Nepalgunj (130m)
Day 03 : Fly to Jumla (2370m). Jumla
is a beautiful valley and famous for rice cultivation on
highest elevation on entire world.
Day 04 : Hike to Padmora(2920m).
Day 05 : Hike to Bhiunnala(2670m).
Day 06 : Hike to Bhulbhule(3130m) Park area starts
Day 07 : Hike to Dhotu(2380m).
Day 08-09 : Hike to Majhghatta(3130m)
by Rara Lake (biggest lake of Nepal) and explore the high
country rare flora and fauna.
Day 10 : Hike to Gorosingha(3190m).
Day 11 : Hike to Sinja(2440m), a great historic place
of KHAS Empires.
Day 12 : Hike to Chala Chaur(2890m).
Day 13 : Hike to Juphal Khola. Day14 Hike to Jumla.
Day 15 : Fly to Nepalgunj and then to Kathmandu.
Day 16 : Sightseeing and shopping in Kathmandu.
Day 17 : Fly back home.