Lower Dolpo Trek

USD 1,755
  • Activities
    Lower Dolpo Trek
  • Max Elevation
    3,500m at Phoksumdo Lake
  • Trip Duration
    21 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Moderate & Adventurous
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodges + Camping
  • Meals
    Full Board during Trek and BB Plan on Cities
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
    Available
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Mid March to May & mid Sept to November
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 5-6 Hours

Trip Highlights Lower Dolpo Trek :

  • Experience remote Himalayan trekking, visit ancient monasteries and pass the stunning landscapes and traditional villages
  • Trek through the largest Shey Phoksundo National Park and reach the deepest alpine Phoksundo Lake in Nepal
  • Exploration of the pristine wilderness and mysterious hidden wonders of Dolpo, including rugged and remote terrains, lush valleys, enchanting waterfalls, barren hillsides, dramatic valleys, breathtaking mountains and arid topographies.
  • The centuries-old Tibetan monasteries of the Lower Dolpo region, including the Shey Gompa, of the 11th century.
  • Insights into the unique Bonpo religion and Tibetan-influenced culture of the Lower Dolpo region.
  • Witness the distinctive customs and traditions of the Dolpo people and interact to learn more about them.
  • The warm hospitality of the friendly residents enchant the journey.
  • Cross the high-altitude passes like the Numa La Pass (5,190 meters/17,027 feet) and Baga La Pass (5,070 meters/16,634 feet).

Trip Introduction :

Lower Dolpo is a part of the largest Dolpa district of Nepal, located on the western hills of Karnali Pradesh. Lower Dolpo Trek is a secluded and adventurous experience in an isolated paradise of gray hills, mountains, and arid alpine landscapes. Although Lower Dolpo Trek is less popular than the mainstream trekking routes in Nepal, the exhilarating trek on its off-beaten trails is extreme, unfolding the hidden gems of the region. Due to the restricted access to the region, you need to get a special permit to trek in the Lower Dolpo. This astonishing trekking destination in western Nepal offers a splendid natural, cultural, and wild adventure experience.

Lower Dolpo Trek challenges trekkers to feel the authentic adventure of trekking on less-trodden paths. The trail follows the steep and sloppy hills, a semi-desert region, and deep forested areas of pine, rhododendrons, bamboo, and juniper trees. Likewise, you traverse along the meadows, brown landscapes, and enchanting terraced fields. The rain shadow region of the Himalayas is unique with arid landscapes. Trekking through this amazing rain shadow area with the stunning blend of rays and shadows contributes to a mesmerizing travel experience. Moreover, you have to navigate the two high passes, Numa La Pass and Baga La. Numa La (5,190 meters/17,027 feet) is the highest point of the trek. Crossing the path, you will be rewarded with outstanding mountain views like Dhaulagiri and Tibetan ranges (Kugung La and Khyung La).

Dolpo is the house of Shey Phoksundo National Park, the largest trans-Himalayan National Park. Shey Phoksundo is a combined name of the region’s Shey Monastery and Phoksundo Lake. Trekking through the magnificent National Park, you can spot some endangered wild species like snow leopards, musk deer, Tibetan wolf, blue sheep, etc. Likewise, the rich vegetation of the region is highlighted by the park against the stunning Himalayan views. The park houses the mesmerizing Phoksundo Lake, the deepest lake in Nepal. This pristine and sacred turquoise Lake, splitting between rocks, is a major highlight of the trek. Amidst the alpine landscapes, the lake is encircled by snow-covered Himalayan peaks, displaying eternal beauty. The trek also explores the ancient monasteries/gompas and Bon Po shrines around the Phoksundo Lake.

The region has the communities of Gurung, Sherpa, Magar, and the Tibetan descendants. People residing here still practice the pre-Buddhist Bon Po religion. The isolation of the region has contributed to the preservation of historic traditions, customs, and practices. The traditional lifestyle of people revolves around agriculture, trade, and yak herding. The region houses several ancient monasteries with historical and spiritual importance.

  • Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel

    Kathmandu Elevation: 1400 meters/4,600 feet

    Upon your arrival at the Kathmandu Airport (Tribhuwan International Airport), our airport representative will welcome and receive you from the airport by offering a comfortable drive in a private vehicle. Then, you will be transferred to the hotel, where our staff will help you with the check-in procedures. Refresh and rest for a while in the hotel, and after some time, it is better to join the pre-briefing session in our office.

    Here, you will be informed about the upcoming trekking details like food and accommodations, trekking routes, gear, permits, and many more. In the evening, have a quality time savoring the welcome dinner party arranged by us. communicate with fellow trekkers to build companionship that helps the trekking journey experience flourish.

  • Day 02: Sightseeing at Kathmandu.

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    On this day, you can have an optional tour of Kathmandu Valley, where you can sightsee the important cultural and historical sites of the place. It is not possible to cover all the attractions of the Valley within a day, so you will be exploring some of the popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Boudhanath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Patan Durbar Square, and Swayambhunath. Explore the finest crafts and architecture of popular historic Durbar Squares. Visit the Monkey Temple, Swayambunath, and the largest stupa in the county, Bouddhanath. Then, you will visit the Pashupatinath temple of a Hindu devotee with insights into the cremation alongside the bank of the Bagmati River.

    Enjoying the comfort of a private vehicle, you can have immersive religious, cultural, historical, and traditional insights during the sightseeing day with our knowledgeable local guide. After having a delicious launch at a local restaurant, return to the hotel for last-minute preparations for the Lower Dolpo trekking journey.

  • Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj

    Nepalgunj Elevation: approximately 150 meters/492 feet

    Our Lower Dolpo Trek journey starts by boarding a domestic flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. The flight for Nepalgunj is operated by major domestic airlines in Nepal, like Yeti, Bouddha, and Simrik. Enjoy the scenic flight with the amazing views of the Himalayas prior to the landing in the Terai region. Nepalgunj in the Banke district is a lowland area in southwestern Nepal. Upon landing in Nepalgunj, we spend the rest of our day visiting the nearby holy places and strolling around the town’s attractions.

    Flight Duration: 30 minutes

  • Day 04: Fly from Nepalgunj to Juphal and Trek to Dunai

    Juphal Elevation: 2,475meters/8,118feet

    Dunai Elevation: 2,140meters/7,019feet

    The exploration of the Dolpo region in Nepal involves travel from Nepalgunj to Juphal and an initial trek to Dunai and further. We embark on an early morning flight from Nepalgunj Airport to Juphal Airport, which has a small airstrip. With this flight, we arrive in the Dolpo district, a remote part of Nepal with basic facilities but a picturesque environment.

    The trek from Juphal to Dunai is the beginning of a trekking journey of the Lower Dolpo. The trail takes you through scenic landscapes, traditional villages, deep forests, and lush valleys. The trek descends through the terraced fields, a small marketed area, and crosses the Thulo Bheri River over a suspension bridge. Dunai is the administrative center of the Dolpa district and a larger town than the villages that passed by during the trek. With the availability of local markets and better accommodations, you can have a nice stay at Dunai.

    Flight Duration: 35-40 minutes

    Trek Duration: 2-3 hours

  • Day 05: Trek from Dunai to Tarakot

    Tarakot Elevation: 2,850 meters/9,348 feet

    The trek from Dunai to Tarakot is a picturesque journey. Begin the trek by crossing the Thulo Bheri River while leaving Dunai. Following the riverbed trail, the trek passes through Sulighat and Rechi villages. Traversing the diverse landscapes, including pine forests, terraced fields, and several small settlements, the trek provides mesmerizing views of scenic surroundings and traditional insights with the vibes of rural life in the Dolpo district.

    Continue the trek, crossing the Tarap Chu River and some rocky terrains to reach Tarakot, at the bank of this river. Tarakot carries historical significance with an ancient fortress, further offering insights into the traditional Tibetan-influenced culture. You can have a glimpse of the natural and cultural aspects of the Dolpo region through this trekking journey.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 06: Trek to Khani Gaon

    Khani Gaon Elevation: 2,543 meters/8,341 feet

    The Tarakot to Khani Gaon offers enchanting landscapes of the Dolpo region. The trek follows the trail of the Tarap Chu River crossing and passes through terraced farmlands of charming villages with insight into traditional Dolpo culture, architecture, and farming.

    With scenic beauty, the trek traverses the pine forests, small river crossings, and several traditional settlements on a downward journey to reach the Khani Gaon. Khani Gaon, with its unique culture, lifestyle, and customs, has some basic accommodations to rest and relax. However, we also set our campsite where you can chill further.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 07: Trek to Tarap Khola

    Tarap Khola Elevation: 3,450 meters/11,316 feet

    Start trekking from Khani Gaon towards the destination of a day, Tarap Khola for the overnight camping. The trail involves several river crossings through suspension bridges or crossing points and leads through spectacular gorges and canyons.

    We make a steep ascent up to the gorge of the Tarap River and continue on a trek through well-formed trails and exceptional mountain views. The trekking journey will be exhilarating, with a unique experience of the adventure. The trek finally approaches you to an amazing campsite along the bank of Tarap Khola. Tarap Khola is encircled by mesmerizing landscapes of stunning valleys and mountains, displaying exceptional beauty.

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

  • Day 08: Trek to Yak Kharka

    Yak Kharka Elevation: 3,800 meters/12,464 feet

    After breakfast, we leave our campsite at Tarap Khola and head towards Yak Kharka. Yak Kharka is a high-altitude grazing area. Herders graze their yaks at these pasture lands, which are generally wide and open space land. Yak Kharka is a suitable campsite amidst the scenic landscapes. We reach Yak Kharka through a delightful trek, traversing the rivers, villages, and several scenic landscapes along the way.

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

  • Day 09: Trek to Dho Tarap

    Dho Tarap Elevation: 4,090 meters/13,415 feet

    Yak Kharka to Dho Tarap highlights the mesmerizing trails that pass through culturally rich villages. The trek initiates with an ascent through hills and river crossings, following the trails that lead towards Kamattarka at the meeting point of Tarap Chu and Lang River. The trek moves forward, leaving the narrow river gorge and entering arid valleys. Continue trekking to Dho Tarap, following the trails that pass through enchanting forests, local villages, and high-altitude meadows. After several hours of trekking through juniper bushes, we reach the Dho Tarap village for our overnight camping.

    Dho Tarap is a village with rich art, culture, tradition, and religion. The Tibetan-influenced architecture, chortens, and monasteries of the village are fascinating. You can engage in interacting with the local people to hear the story of their past and understand their unique customs and lifestyles.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 10: Rest and Acclimatization Day at Dho Tarap.

    Taking a rest and acclimatization day during the Lower Dolpo trek is crucial for ensuring overall well-being. Until this journey, you have already crossed the 4,000-meter altitude, which has a high chance of altitude sickness occurrence. So, it is very crucial to acclimatize properly to adjust your body to the elevation and minimize the potential risk of altitude sickness. Consider undertaking short acclimatization hikes around Dho Tarap because gradual walks at higher altitudes aid in adjusting to reduced oxygen levels.

    Take time to rest and sleep, which helps to recover from the fatigue of long trek hours. Leisurely stroll around the Dho Tarap village, exploring the traditional houses and observing the daily life of people. Dho Tarap is inhabited by Tibetans and Magars, with a long history of residing here through several generations. Visit religious sites like Buddhist and Bonpo Gompa to witness rituals and ceremonies, soaking into the serene atmosphere. You can take quality time for quiet reflection. Spend the day resting and acclimatizing to the environment.

  • Day 11: Trek to Tokyu Gaun

    The trek showcases rich natural and cultural diversity along the trek of Tokyu Gaun from Dho Tarap. The route takes you through scenic mountainous landscapes, including ridges and valleys. On leaving the Dho Tarap village, our trek continues alongside the stunning landscape views and passes through several small settlements of traditional villages with cultivated fields. Following the ascending and descending routes of the rugged mountainous terrains, the trail approaches you to Tokyu Gaun. Tokyu Gaun is a picturesque village with traditional houses, ancient monasteries, and a unique charm.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 12: Trek to Numa La Base Camp

    On this day, we trek to the base of Numa La, a high mountain pass in the Lower Dolpo region. We use the Base Camp as an acclimatization point before attempting a high pass crossing. Numa La Base Camp serves as a strategic location for adequate acclimatization, which is important to avoid altitude sickness while crossing the pass.

    The scenic view of lush valleys fascinates you while having a slow elevation gain ascending to the higher altitudes. The trek can be tiring and draining while ascending through the challenging mountainous terrains. So, resting in the base camp helps restore energy.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 13: Cross Numa La and Camp at Phedi.

    Today, you will be crossing the highest point of Lower Dolpo Trek, Numa La Pass, at 5,190 meters/17,027 feet. We start early to make sure that you cross the pass before midday. This is because the strong afternoon high winds may trouble the journey. You have to make a steep climb, negotiating the rocky and snow-covered terrains to reach the top of the pass.

    While crossing the pass, you will be rewarded by the awe-inspiring views of surrounding sky-reaching peaks, stunning valleys, and incredible mountainous landscapes. You can savor the natural Himalayan beauty from this high-altitude location. After crossing the Numa La Pass, the descent through loose and steep rocky paths leads to a designated camping area at Phedi.

  • Day 14: Cross Baga La and Camp on the Other Side of the Phedi

    Crossing Baga La (5,070 meters/16,630 feet) is a challenging, adventurous, and rewarding journey. Starting from Numa La Phedi, properly rested and acclimated, the ascent begins towards Baga La. The steep climb follows the top of Baga La Pass with magnificent panoramic views of enchanting valleys and Himalayan peaks. After successfully crossing the Baga La, we begin a descent on the other side of the Phedi (4,470 meters/14,662 feet) to reach our suitable camping site.

  • Day 15: Trek to Ringmo

    Ringmo Elevation: 3,733 meters/12,244 feet

    Leaving our Phedi campsite behind, the trek starts traversing through the enchanting pine forests. Follow a cautious descnet experiencing the diverse landscapes like alpine meadows to rugged mountain scenery. Along the way, the alpine region vegetation and pasture grounds fascinate the trek. Likewise, the trek passes through Tibetan culture villages, one of which is Rigmo, with unique Tibetan-style architecture and serene surroundings.

    Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

  • Day 16: Rest/Exploration day at Ringmo. Hike to Phoksundo Lake

    Phoksundo Elevation: 3,611 meters/11,849 feet

    Today, you can spend a rest day exploring Ringmo. Undertake a short acclimatization walk around the village. Consider visiting the ancient Bon monastery, a religious site in the village. After that, start for a hike to Phoksundo Lake traversing the captivating trails of Shey Phoksundo National Park. The alpine Phoksundo Lake is surrounded by the mesmerizing Himalayas. Take time for photography, relaxation, and exploration of the Phoksundo Lake. Spend a quality period at the Phoksundo Lake, immersing in its beauty and tranquility, and return to Ringo for overnight camping.

  • Day 17: Trek to Chepka

    Chekpa Elevation: 2,838 meters/9,308 feet

    The trek passes through varying terrains, involving river crossings. Navigating the enchanting landscapes and several cultural villages, Chepka arrives. Chepka is a remote village with typical local traditions and religion. Take some time to explore the village and interact with local communities. Then, we make an ascent to the pasture field of Chepka to set up camp for the overnight stay.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 18: Trek to Juphal

    On the final day of the trek, we make our way towards Juphal for a flight back to Nepalgunj. The trek follows an initial ascent with incredible views of valleys and mountains. After that, we make a gradual descent, following the downhill trek to reach Juphal. Reaching Juphal marks the end of the trekking journey. Juphal, with a scenic setting of the Himalayas, is a town with an airstrip.

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Day 19: Fly to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj

    There are no direct flights from Jhupal to Kathmandu. So first, it is essential to take a transit flight from Juphal to Nepalgunj. The early morning flight from Jhupal lands you at Nepalgunj, where you may have a layover before connecting to Kathmandu. You can take this time to relax or explore the nearby areas. The next flight from Nepalgunj will bring you back, and then you will be transferred to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day as per your preferences.

  • Day 20: Free Day at Kathmandu

    This leisure day is a golden opportunity to explore Kathmandu to your heart’s fullest extent. You can visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that may have missed out or were not possible on the second sightseeing day. Likewise, you can also visit several other temples and monuments in Kathmandu. Explore the city park, Garden of Dreams, to soak into a tranquil atmosphere. Strolling around the market area of Thamel and cultural sites to buy souvenirs can be worth spending time on. Enjoy a grand farewell dinner in the evening that also marks the celebration of the successful Lower Dolpo Trek.

  • Day 21: Departure From International Airport.

    Our airport representative will drop you to the International Airport for your departure as per your flight schedule. Have a safe journey back to your homeland, and do remember us if you want to experience the remote wilderness and other kinds of adventurous journeys.

What's included?
  • Airport Arrival and departure transfer by private vehicle
  • 4 nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu including Private Vehicle, Tour Guide, and entry permit fees
  • Kathmandu – Nepaljung – Juphal and Juphal – Nepaljung- Kathmandu flight
  • All land transportation by private vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals [B/F, Lunch & Dinner] During Trekking period
  • Tea House accommodation at available places – during the trek
  • Camping accommodation at the places where tea houses are not available – during the trek
  • All necessary camping equipment and kitchen equipment
  • All necessary trekking permits
  • Highly experienced Trekking guide
  • Required Number of Porters
  • Staffs food, clothing, salary & Insurance.
  • General First aid Kids
  • All tax, vats and necessary paperwork
What's not included?
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
  • Rescue & Evacuation
  • Gratitude (tip) for staff

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Lower Dolpo Trek Difficulties

Difficult Routes

The Lower Dolpo Trek is a moderate-level trek fit for experienced as well as neophyte trekkers. Beginner trekkers can find it a bit harsh, but with the bare minimum trek experience, the trek is easily doable. The remote, raw, and rugged terrains are the basic land features of the Lower Dolpo region. Along the way, steep ascents and descents on uphill and downhill treks are encountered. The long hours of walking on uneven surfaces are tiring and draining. With proper physical training and a reasonable level of physical fitness, trekking adventure is achievable.

Trek Duration

The Lower Dolpo Trek involves 18-21 long days of trekking journey on exotic routes. If you do not have a habit of walking long distances, covering consecutive trekking days can be troublesome. You should trek on average for about 5 to 6 hours daily to complete the Lower Dolpo journey. So, the duration of each day trek and the whole trekking journey can be problematic, adding to the overall challenges.

Altitude Sickness

The risk of altitude sickness is high during high-altitude treks. Altitude sickness lets no one skip it, either novice or experienced trekkers. While crossing the high mountain passes, the altitude reaches above 5,000 meters during the Lower Doplo Trek journey. Most trekkers are prone to be attacked by altitude sickness.

Altitude sickness comes with symptoms such as headache, vomiting, insomnia, nausea, fatigue, etc. So, be mindful of these symptoms and communicate with your guide if you notice any of these symptoms during the journey. Stay well hydrated by drinking plenty of water, and maintain a slow pace of ascent, acclimatizing to the environment.

Lower Dolpo Trek Permits

Lower Dolpo Restricted Area Permit (RAP).

Lower Dolpo has its own border rules to enter the area. Lower Dolpo trek routes were opened for foreigners in the year of 1982. Due to the restricted access, it requires a special permit to enter and trek in the region. You can get this special permit from the Immigration Office in order to explore the well-conserved landscapes of the Lower Doplo region. For the ten days, the cost of a RAP is 20 US$ per person. Beyond 10 days, you need to pay 5 US$ per person for each extra day of stay.

Permit is not allowed for a single person, and you should be at least two people to obtain the RAP. Nepal Guide Treks will provide permits by joining you with other traveler groups if you are a solo traveler. A passport-size photograph with an original passport is required to get a restricted area permit.

TIMS (Trekker’s Information Management System) Card

Trekkers are required to obtain a TIMS card in order to carry out any of the trekking activities. TIMS card is useful to retrieve information and help in case of need and emergencies in remote trekking. This mandatory trekking permit costs NPR 2,000 (approximately US$15). TIMS can be obtained from the Kathmandu office of the Nepal Tourism Board, or you can have your trekking agencies get the permit on your behalf.

Shey Phoksundo National Park Entry Permit

You need a Shey Phoksundo National Park Entry Permit to enter and pass through the protected area during the trekking journey. You can get this permit from the Tourism Board office in Kathmandu or allow the travel agencies to get one on your behalf. The cost of a National Park Entry Permit is NPR 3,000, which is equivalent to US$ 22.63.

Note: The Lower Dolpo Trek is only allowed with a licensed guide through a registered trekking agency. The agency will arrange and obtain the essential permits on behalf of the trekkers.

Helpful Tips for Lower Dolpo Trek

The challenging adventure of Lower Dolpo Trek requires proper preparation to make it a more rewarding and unbeatable journey. Below are some tips to prepare for the Lower Dolpo Trek.

  • The Lower Dolpo journey involves long hours of trekking in rugged high-altitude terrain. It is advantageous to be involved in light physical exercise (push-ups, planks, squats, etc.)and cardiovascular training (hiking, walking, running, cycling, etc.) to simulate the trekking conditions.
  • Slowly increase the duration and intensity of workouts to build strength and stamina.
  • Get accustomed to trekking on uneven, rough surfaces and carrying your backpacks.
  • Do not miss the attractions, highlights, and important landmarks along the way.
  • Consider carrying lightweight and durable trekking gear with most essentials like a backpack, a sleeping bag, trekking boots, layer clothing, waterproof jacket and pants, gloves, sunglasses, etc.
  • Lower Dolpo Trek experiences varying altitudes and meets two major high altitude passes, so it is important to acclimatize well to avoid the risk of altitude sickness. Emphasize the gradual ascent with adequate rest days, allowing the body to adjust to the rising elevation.
  • Maintain good hydration by consuming plenty of water.
  • Trekking with an experienced guide and porters enriches the experience. Guides provide navigation assistance with immersive and informative trekking, whereas porters aid in carrying heavy backpacks, allowing you to enjoy the trek.
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Three Month (90 Days) – 125 USD

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Visa Extension Fees:

Tourist Visa Extension required a minimum of 15 days (USD 45)and USD 3 for each extra days.

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Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

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