Dolpo Region

Ba-Yul, the hidden land of Dolpo, was first settled by Rokpa farmers and Drokpa nomads from Tibet in the 10th century. It is one of the highest inhabited places on earth, with scattered fortress-like villages and monasteries nestling amongst mountains of stark, ascetic beauty. Though part of Nepal today, Dolpo remains culturally and economically firmly tied to Tibet, the people of this desolate area are cut of from their southern neighbours by snow-covered passes for much of the year. 

Upper Dolpo Trek - 24 Days

Upper Dolpo Trek - 24 Days

Upper Dolpa area was open to foreigners only from 1989. This area lies on the trans-Himalayan section between Tibet and Dhaulagiri range. This is one of the restricted area in Nepal where tourist flow is controlled by the government to minimize the environmental and cultural influences. The trek starts after flying to Jhuphal and follow wildest trekking trail in western region in Nepal. We will get . .


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Lower Dolpo Trek - 15 Days

Lower Dolpo Trek - 15 Days

This 15 days Lower Dolpa trek offer excellent opportunity to explore the remote western part of Nepal. Dolpo region is famous for Shey Phuksundo Lake and Tibetan Bon culture. This trek itinerary starts after flying from Jhupal from Nepalgunj and trekking trail leads to us to the cultural experience at trans-Himalayan section where still century old medication, traditional lifestyle and rituals exists. . .


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