Popularized by Peter Mathiessen’s prize wining book The Snow leopard, and the film Caravan (or Himalaya), Dolpo lies beyond the Dhaulagiri range, a rugged, stark, and beautiful land, characterized by high passes and a community of Tibetan-stock people who follow Tibetan Buddhism and the old pre-buddhist religion of Bon, the area was restricted to outsiders until recently. The Dolpo people continue a lifestyle unchanged for centuries, subsisting by trading their meager barley for rock salt from Tibet and rice from the south. These traders cross some of the highest passes on earth during their trading trips. Trekking along these ancient trade routes, the Dolpo trek provides spectacular scenery and a deep insight into the lives and customs of this unique people.

Upper Dolpo Trek

  • No of Days : 28
  • People: 1 to 15

The upper Dolpo trek landscape in all of its rugged natural beauty and experience the remoteness to understand it’s grandeur. the nature and tra...

Lower Dolpo Trek

  • No of Days : 19
  • People: 1 to 15

Dolpo region is Between the Dhaulagiri Himalaya chain and the Tibetan plateau. Dolpo is the world’s most isolated and a ways-flung region. The u...

RARA Lake Trek

  • No of Days : 32
  • People: 2 to 15

Rara Lake Nepal is the most important lake in Nepal. Rara lake lies in the Rara National  Park. Rara national park is the smallest but most sceni...