Dolpo circuit trek in Karnali Nepal
Dolpo circuit trek is in the middle of the Himalayan areas. It is the best destination to enjoyment and outing. Travelers from around the world prefer going to Dolpo just for its fascinating geographical location similar to the Tibetan regions.
Dolpo citcuit trek route offers an opportunity to explore clean and tidy snowy peaks, isolated villages, rich wildlife, ancient monastery and amazing lakes etc. Upper Dolpo, Lower Dolpo, Dho tarap, Shey Gumba, Saldang and Dunai area located in isolated corner only few trekkers visit dolpa each year.
Planning for an outing! Then do keep Dolpo circuit trekking as an option. You might be thinking why you should visit Dolpo and what it exactly poses to attract you.
Genuinely maximized the number of people prefers visiting mountainous regions for their outing and also to get refreshed. Dolpa circuit trek trail pristine beauty and rugged charm, where still have opportunity to meet the nomadic people and their life style almost untouched and unexplored.
Dolpo region is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, dense forests it is one among the Natural hidden wonders in the world. This place has preserved the traditional Tibetan culture. People emigrated from Tibet to Dolpo about 1000 years ago. The lovers of ancient cultures will have exciting experiences at the Buddhist monasteries and with the traditional Bonpo culture.
The months from May to September is the best time to plan a trek If you are looking to take on a circuit trek that will challenge you in every way possible, but arguably has no equal on this planet, then you might want to consider trying out the dolpo circuit trek Nepal !
To discover the peaceful and natural beauty of this area require good health and physical condition with previous high altitude walking experience. The Himalayas provide unlimited options of trekking and enjoy the beauty of nature from closer. Base Camp Excursion has everything arranged for you from guide, porters, airport transfers, food and accommodation etc. Providing the ultimate trekking and hiking experience in the Himalayas contact us.
Dolpo circuit trek itinerary
Day 01: Arrival day in Nepal.
Day 03: Flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj.
Day 04: Flight from Nepalgunj to Ranjha airport, Juphal then trek to Chhepka
Day 05: Trek from Chhepka to Chunuwar
Day 06: Trek from Chunuwar to Phoksundo Lake
Day 07: Trek from Phoksundo Lake to Ruktang via Choklapuk
Day 08: Trek from Ruktang to Kang-La base camp
Day 09: Trek from Kang-La base camp to Shey Gumba
Day 10: Rest day at Shey Gompa explore around Shey Gompa.
Day 11: Trek from Shey Gumba to Saldang via Namgung
Day 12: Trek from Saldang to Rhakyo
Day 13: Trek from Rhakyo to Jeng-la Phedi
Day 14: Trek from Jeng-la Phedi to Dho Tarap via Jengla Pass
Day 15: Trek from Dho Tarap to Tangum
Day 16: Trek from Tangum to Lashikyap
Day 17: Trek from Lashikyap to Dunai via Tarakot
Day 18: Trek from Dunai to Juphal
Day 19: Flight from Juphal to Nepalgunj
Day 20: Flight back to Kathmandu, evening farewell dinner.
Day 21: Transfer to airport departure Day.
Services included on upper Dolpo trekking trip
# Airports pick up on your arrival day by private vehicle
# Round trip flight from Kathmandu Nepalgunj
# Round trip flight from Nepalgunj to Jhupal to Nepalgunj
# Two nights hotel accommodation in Nepalgunj BB basic
# All meals (Breakfast, Lunch & dinner) 4 cups of hot drink each day on choice
# Accommodation at organize camping tent during Dolpo trekking period
# Professional English speaking guide service trained by government of Nepal
# Trekking staffs to carry your backpack & camping equipments
# All necessary paperwork, special permits (SPNP, TIMS) and local taxes
# Travel and rescue arrangements if require
# Airport transfer to depart Nepal
Service exclude on Upper Dolpo trek to She Gompa package
* Visa fees / international airfare to and from Kathmandu
* Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
* Personal expenses phone calls, mineral water, bar bills, hot shower, battery recharge, extra porters & gears etc
* Tips for guides, porters (Tipping are expected but not mandatory)