Lower Dolpo Trekking
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- Lower Dolpo Trekking trail goes through the astonishing landscape and remote locality.
- Lower Dolpo Trekking covers the traditional ethnic culture and civilizations of the Buddhist religion.
- Rich in flora and fauna in Phoksundo National Park.
- Walk along waterfalls and narrow valleys.
- Untouched geography and not crowded route.
Lower Dolpo Trekking is located in the small sector of Nepal’s western trans- Himalayan region. It was open for Trekking in 1990 A.D. It lies in the Phokosundo National Park.
It is the deepest Lake in Nepal- Phoksundo. Dhaulagiri borders the Lower Dolpo region in the South and Tibet in the North. The Lower Dolpo trekking trail goes through the Buddhists, Hindus, and ancient Tibetan civilizations.
Lower Dolpo Trekking covers the traditional salt route between Nepal and Tibet. It has three famous passes: Num-La (5160 meters), Kagmara-La (5115m), and Bag-La (5190m).
Boundless Adventure provides you with the best service for Trekking in lower Dolpo. You can get information on the Lower Dolpo Trekking guide, Cost, and Itinerary for every year between 2024 and 2025. If you feel comfortable, you can WhatsApp at +977 9851033819 or email us.
The adventurous Lower Dolpo trekking package is full of remote hidden valleys and a natural panoramic range of the Himalayas. It is an offbeat trail on a barren and dry landscape. It lies 2320 meters lower altitude and 5190m highest from sea level.
Views of Dhaulagiri (8167m) and beautiful lakes, including Phoksundo, are dazzling. It is a lifelong experience to trek in the remote Himalayan valleys. The Lower Dolpo Trekking Trail is rich in cultural heritage. The word “Dolpo” refers to a specific area of Tibetan heritage located in the northern portion of Dolpa.
The ancient Buddhist monasteries, traditions, remote lifestyles, and celebration of festivals are unique and outstanding. You meet the Yaks’ caravan on the way frequently.
The trek heads through the National Park with Flora and fauna: Blue sheep, Mountain Goats, Himalayan Black Bears, Musk Deer, and Snow Leopard. A Special permit is required for the lower Dopla Trekking.
Lower Dolpo Trekking begins from Juphal after a flight over high mountains from Nepalgunj. We head through the terraced fields along the Bheri River and narrow valley, which provides lovely culture to walk in the untouched valleys and incredible landscape. The high passes are technical and challenging, so information on guide and safety measures is essential during Trekking.
Boundless Adventure with a highly experienced Trekking team welcomes you for the Lower Dolpo Trekking. If you need any itinerary and trip price, please get in touch with us for further information.
We provide a detailed itinerary for Lower Dolpo trekking via a flight trip to Nepalgunj and continue trekking. Still, you may drive to Nepalgunj by Car/Jeep if you have longer holidays. Contact us regarding the Lower Dolpo Trekking itinerary, and we will discuss it through email.
Would you like to go to Lower Dolpo Trekking by full camping? It is not necessary to go fully camping these days. You may have guest Houses along the trekking trail. Please have a look at the itinerary of Dolpo Trekking and contact us. We don’t mind using your itinerary as well. Just let us know.
Day:01 Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj.
Day:02 Fly to Jhupal (Dolpo) 2320m and trek to Dunai (2850m).
Day:03 Trek to Tarakot (2543m) 5-6 hrs.
Day:04 Trek to Laini (3160 m) 6-7 hrs.
Day:05 Trek to Nawarpani (3475m) 5 hrs.
Day:06 rek to Dho Tarap (4090m) 6-7 hrs.
Day:07 Acclimatization day at Dho Tarap.
Day:08 Trek to Numa La Base Camp (4440m) 6-7 hrs.
Day:09 Cross Numa La (5190m) and trek to Pelung Tang (4465m) 6-7 hrs.
Day:10 Cross Baga La (5070m) and trek to Dajok Tang (4080m) 6 hrs.
Day:11 Trek to Ringmogaon (3733m) 3-4 hrs.
Day:12 Rest Day at Ringmo and a hike to Phoksundo Lake
Day:13 Trek to Shyanta (2520m) 5-6 hrs.
Day:14 Trek to Jhupal
Day:15 Fly to Nepalgunj and then Kathmandu.
Day:16 Leisure day in Kathmandu
Day:17 Final Departure
- Airport /Hotel/Airport pick up and drop by car/van/bus.
- Three nights Hotel in Kathmandu with a B/B plan.
- One-night Hotel in Nepalganj.
- Kathmandu city tours per the above program, including tour guide, car/van.
- Highly experienced, helpful, and friendly Guide, porters (1porter for two pax), their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, and equipment.
- Phoksundo National Park Entry Permit and Restricted Area Permit.
- Lunch, Dinner, and Breakfast during the Trekking,
- TIMS card.
- All Government taxes.
- All ground transportation.
- Per person, one Trekking map
- Sleeping Bag (If required / returnable)
- Down Jacket (If required / returnable)
- Duffel Bag.
- Travel insurance.
- Donation and Tips
- Hard and soft drinks
- Tips and Donations.
- Sightseeing entry fee in Kathmandu.
Lower Dolpo Trekking Cost.
The Lower Dolpo trekking cost will be cheaper than you think, and the service will be excellent. You may share your budget with us, including the National park fee, and we can discuss further Lower Dolpo trekking in 2024 and 2025.
The best Lower Dolpo trek season
April to July is the best trekking season in Lower Dolpo because Dolpo trekking is a dry area of Nepal. There are no rainy forests, and there won’t be rainfall during the Monsoon season in Nepal. It would help if you flew to Nepalgunj by Plane and changed to another plane to Juphal.
Please do not think of fancy hotels and resorts in the Lower Dolpo trekking area. But you may easily accept the Lower Dolpo trek’s hidden culture and local traditions. It is also possible if you would like to go on a tented tour in Lower Dolpo.
Trekking permits Details.
Lower Dolpo Trekking trail is still a restricted trekking area in the buffer zone of Nepal. It is necessary to have a special trekking permit. Boundless Adventure always arranges Dolpo trekking permits from Kathmandu; you arrive in Nepal before then. We have requested a copy of your passport and a picture through email to make restricted trekking permits.