An off beaten trek to Karnali is the trek towards the wildest part of Nepal. The Karnali trek is an amazing trek to the beautiful part of the country with rich natural beauty and the unique lifestyle.
The Jumla and Rara Trek takes the trekkers to the Rara National Park. Situated 370 kilometers north-west of Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, the national part is the most scenic national park of the country despite being the smallest. The park covers an area of 106 sq km, lying most of its part above 3,000 meters and dominated by the conifers.
The trek will offer an experience of the nature and the untouched remote lifestyle and culture. Starting the trek form Talcha, trekkers will explore the beautiful Rara Lake and return via Jumla. The Jumla is the regional headquarter of Karnali zone.
While the beauty of the Rara awaits the trekkers in the starting days, the hot water spring will provide some relief while returning.The trail runs through the mid hills ridges in the south and the glorious mountains in the north. Trekkers will walk through the Danphe Lagna Pass at 3691 meters which is also the highest point in the trek.
The Rara Jumla trek is a wonderful experience of the least explored trail in Nepal. The trek encircles around the Rara National Park and provides the trekkers with a chance to explore the beautiful alpine and sub alpine ecosystem of the Himalayas. The trekkers can’t take your eyes off the pristine Rara Lake.
- Government Trained License Holder English-speaking guide/leader
- All domestic and International airport transfers on arrival and departure
- Good standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu/cities with twin sharing bed and breakfast basis
- All road transport by private vehicles
- All domestic airfares
- All meals and accommodation on trek including tea and coffee
- Morning bed-tea on trek
- A free high-quality Dolma Treks duffel bag/relative trekking map and Tee-shirt
- Trek staff and full porteragem
- All camping gears in our camping treks
- High altitude Sherpa/porters properly insured and equipped
- National Park fees + Permits
- Travel insurance
- Visa fees
- Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara
- Laundry and personal expenses
- Whatever is not mentioned in the included section