Jumla– Rara lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking– 38 Days is a complete trekking package that offers an opportunity to explore Nepal’s one of the remotest trekking destination Jumla, where people still practice nomadic lifestyle.Jumla- Rara Lake- via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking Cost is USD4000 as in effect at Himalayan Wild Treks.The connection of the trekking to Dolpo brings us to an abandoned and isolated world inhabited by Tibetan nomads. Himalayan Wild Treks also offers timely updated Jumla- Rara Lake - via Jomsom trekking Google Map and client oriented Jumla-Rara Lake - via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking Itinerary.
Jumla– Rara Lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking – 38 Days is a phenomenal one as it offers the most exotic sides of remotest areas of West-Northern Nepal where the foreign and local travelers have hardly left their footsteps behind. A famous tourist destination filled with picturesque landscape is the origin of Nepali language. The biggest lake of Nepal , beautiful Rara Lake that covers 9.8 km2 and situated at 2290 meters in Rara National Park rich store for a wide range of alpine flora and fauna is salient tourist attraction here. Blue Pine, Cedar, Spruce, Hemlock, Artemisia, Paris Polyphilla, Cordyseps, Pine , and fir trees fill the forest while Musk deer, Indian leopard, red panda, snow leopard, yellow- throated marten,Himalayan black bear, dhole, gray langur, rhesus macaque, Himalayan monal, kalij pheasant, Himalayan snow cock are frequently spotted in Rara National Park Area. Another rewarding phase of the trekking, Dolpo has a huge store of natural beauty, flora, fauna and bizarre and strenuous landscape for your eyes and camera in the Shey-Phoksundo National Park where the famous Phoksundo Lake lies with its angelic beauty.
Dolpo Region known as a land discovered by a Tibetan Rimpoche in his spiritual quest during 17th century is a land undiscovered – known as an absolute wilderness. Meanwhile, spectacular Jomsom, located at 2800 meters, the headquarter of Mustang unfolds exclusive side of the remote alpine settlement from where trekkers can relish the panoramic view of Nilgiri and Tukuche. The deepest gorge in the world, Kaligandaki and the eternal flame by a brook underground at Muktinath in Jomsom are the other assets of the trail.
Technically stating, Jumla- Rara Lake- via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking– 38 Days starts with a sightseeing of the major UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu (1400m) prior to a flight to Nepalguaj() from where another to Jumla (2370) opens up a hiking through Ghumurti(2540m), Dachelagna(3130m), Chautha(2770m), Dhotu(2380m), en route to Rara Lake(3060m), where a short excursion provide us refreshment. Traversing ahead, we then hike to Gossain(3190m), Sinja(2440m), Jaljala(3270m), en route to Jumla(2370m). Continuing ahead, the trail leads us through Ghothichaur(2780m), Naphukana(2990m), Chaurikot(3070m), Kai gau (2610m), Toijem(2910m) , Kang Maral Phedi(4240m), Lasa(4150m), Army Camp(3150), Ringmo Phoksundo Lake(3600m) where a day’s excursion for refreshment is taken. Thereafter, we make a headway towards Bagala Phedi(4150m), Pelungtang(4465m), Numala Pass(5190m), Jalung Gompa(4520m), Dho(4150m), Mahala Phedi(4250m), Charkhala Phedi(4290m), Charkha Village(4050m), Yak Kharka(4250m), Bheri Kharka(4670m), Thula(5400m), Sanda Phedi(4450m), Thapa Pass(5200m), Marpha(2670m), en route to Jomsom(2750m), from where a flight to Pokhara(800m) brings the trekking to an end.
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Day 01: Kathmandu / Nepal Gunj one hour By airplane.
Day 02: Nepal Gunj / Jumla 2370m.aand Ghumurti 2540m. About 2 hours.
Day 03: Ghumurti / Danchelagna 3130m about 6 hours.
Day 04: Danche lagna / Chautha 2770m. About 6 ½ hours.
Day 05: Chautha / Dhotu 2380m. About 6 hours.
Day 06: Dhotu / RaRa lake 3060m. About 3 hours.
Day 07: Rara Excoriation day around Rara Lake.
Day 08: Rara /Gossaim 3190m. About 7 hours.
Day 09: Gossaim / Sinja 2440m. About 4 hours.
Day 10: Sinja / Jal Jala chour 3270m. About 6 ½ hours.
Day 11: Jal Jala / Jumla 2370m. 6 hours.
Day 12: Jumla / Gothi chour 2780m. About 7 hours.
Day 13: Gothichour / Naphukana 2990m. About 7 hours.
Day 14: Naphu kana / Chaurikot 3070m. About 6 ½ hours.
Day 15: Chaurikot / Kai gau 2610m. About 5 hours.
Day 16: Kai gau / Toijem 2910m. About 4 hours.
Day 17: Toi jem / Kag marala phedi 4240m.about 6 hours.
Day 18: Kagmarala / Lasa about 4150m. About 8 hours.
Day 19: Lasa / Armi camp 3150m.about 6 hours.
Day 20:Armi camp / Ringmo Phoksindo Lake 3600m. 6 hours.
Day 21: Day Excoriation around the Lake.
Day 22: Ringmo Phoksindo / Bagala phedi 4150m 5 hours.
Day 23: Bagala Phedi / Bagala pass 5070m.7 hours and Pelungtang, 4465m.
Day 24: Pelungtang / Numala Pass 5190m.7 hours, Jaglung Gompaabout 4520m.
Day 25: Jaglung Gompa / Dho 4150m. 5 hours.
Day 26: Dho / Mahala Phedi 4250m.7hours.
Day 27: Mahala phedi / Mahala pass 5190m and Charkhala Phedi 4290m7 ½ hours.
Day 28: Charkhala phedi /Charkhala pass 5035m and charkha village 4050m 6 hours.
Day 29: Charkha village /Yak Kharka 4250m about 6 hours.
Day 30: Yak Kharka /Bhery Kharka 4670m. 4 hours.
Day 31: Bhery Kharka / Thula 5400m. and 8 hours Sangdaphedi 4450m.
Day 32: Sangda phedi / There is one longpass 5200m and Hidden valley 44250m 8hours walk up and down valley.
Day 33: Hidden valley / Thapa pass 5200m camp with excoriation 7 hours walk.
Day 34: Thapa pass / Thapa peak 6012m climb and kalopani camp 5000m.8 hours walk all together.
Day 35: Kalopani / Marpha 2670m. 6 hours.
Day 36: Marpha Jomshom 2750m 2 hours.after,lunch excoriation to Village.
Day 37: Jomshom / Pokhara 920m. by airplane 25 minute flying.
Day 38: Pokhara / Kathmandu By Tourist Bus 6 hours Drive.
Highlights of Jumla- Rara Lake– Dolpo Jomsom Trekking– 38 Days
The commencement of the trek entails sightseeing of the major UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. Thereafter a scenic flight to Nepalgunj and Juphal opens a door to the mesmerizing world. A plethora of fauna and flora, the region has more than 236 species of birds and many other endangered species of animals are existent here. Rara Lake (9.8km2) in Rara National Park is another tourist attraction. The enigmatic view of Kanjirowa Himalayan range in Jumla above the forested ridges sends to your heart peace and tranquility. The color changing Shey-phoksundo lake in Phoksundo National Park with Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Massif alongside Rara in addition to Bonpo and Tibetan people of Dopo who are the major inhabitants and the 800 year old Shey Gompa has been a tourist attraction since 1989 that was when the trail was introduced as a trekking destination.
Jumla– Rara lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking– 38 days Difficulty
Jumla - Rara lake - via Dolp Jomsom is considered as the a strenuous trekking. There are countless slopes and uphill ascents at the altitude of 3500 meters. Every trekker has to hike over five thousand meter's altitude which puts physical strain on you. No accommodation is available on the trail that compels the trekking to be rather a camping trekking. Walking up and down the trans-Himalayan trail will prove to be physical strenuous as well as adventurous. With proper acclimatization taken at different points on the trail, you will better adjust to the complexities of the trail. Those who are overweight will shed some weight on the long strenuous journey.
Jumla– Rara lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking– 38 days Best Season
December, January and February are not the ideal times to visit Jumla, Rara Lake and Dolpo , Jomsom as the snowfall over 3500 meters create blockages on the trail. Despite the temperature that drops to sub-zero, the water at Rara Lake never freezes. During the witner, the airports are shut down most of the time because of the excessive snowfalls. March to May is one of the best times to visit the lake as the sky remains crystal blue and rhododendron along with several flowers start painting the entire jungle area.We don't recomment June to August because you will be faced with heavy and incessant raifalls. On the contrary, September to November are supportive.
Jumla– Rara lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking– 38 Physical Fitness
This is actually one of the longest trekking on one of the most off the beaten land of Nepal. The trekking in itself seems to be a fitness trekking since you will have certain amount of your weight lost. You are not required to be super fit with muscular arms and six packs but the basic level of fitness must be there which will make you feel the trail much easier and exciting. You will have to hike through altitude passes and be able to walk six to seven hours a day, which clearly depends on the condition of your physical state. You will have to hike through five thousand meters altitude at times which is again related to physical strain.
Jumla– Rara lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking Best Weather
From the climatic point of view, summer offers the most pleasant weather for Jumla Rara Lake via Dolp Jomsom. September to October and April to May are times with the best weather for Jumla - Rara lake- via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking. The annual rainfall in this are is close to fifty mm. As you hike through the passes, ups and downs of the trans-Himalayan terrain, you will be faced with the weather with a wide range of variation. If you are trekking in the region on the suggested time, you will be unlikely facing weather related problems. With some of the areas being in the rainshadow area, there will be the least amount of the rain. Specifically stating, spring and autumn weather are the most favoured other than summer.
Jumla– Rara lake– via Dolpo Jomsom Trekking: How to reach
We visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, where we take a flight to Nepalgunja. We take another flight to Jumla. Then we hike up to Ghumurti, Dachelagna, Chautha, Dhotu, en route to Rara Lake. After the visit of the lake, we hike to Gossain, Sinja, Jaljala, en route to Jumla. Continuing ahead through Ghothichaur, Naphukana, Chaurikot, Kai gau, Toijem, Kang Marara Phedi, Lasa, Army Camp, Ringmo Phoksundo Lake, Bagala Phedi, Pelungtang, Numala Pass, Jalung Gompa, Dho, Mahala Phedi, Charkhala Phedi, Charkha Village, Yak Kharka, Bheri Kharka, Thula, Sanda Phedi, Thapa Pass, Marpha, en route to Jomsom, from where a flight to Pokhara.
Included in the Cost
✅ Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
✅ 3-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
✅ Teahouse accommodation during the trek
✅ All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
✅ Welcome and farewell dinners
✅ All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
✅ALL Camping equipment during the trekking
✅ Domestic flights all round
✅ Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
✅ Entrance fees for sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
✅ An experienced, English-speaking and government licensed trek leader and assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide)
✅ Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
✅ Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation
✅ Himalayan Wild Treks trekking bag/duffel bag, t-shirt and trekking map are yours to take
✅ All necessary paperwork and trekking permits -(National Park Permit, TIMS)
✅ Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
✅ All government and local taxes
Not Included in the Cost
❌Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
❌Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu
❌Travel and rescue insurance
❌Cold Drinks and Alcohol
❌Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.)
❌Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver
What to Bring ?
The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The packed weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG.
Note: Walking pole, down jacket, sleeping bag, etc available on hire in Kathmandu or request we will provide it. NOTES Trip cost will vary depending on numbers of travelers, duration/days of trek, standard of hotel in Kathmandu before & after the trip. Please contact us to GET a Custom Quote.
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