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Rara Lake Trek

Trip duration: 16 Days
Walking Hour – Normally 4 to 6 Hours Every Day
Grade: Moderate to fairly challenging
Maximum altitude: 3190m
Activity: Trekking
Starts/ Ends: Kathmandu
Trek type: FOT
Accommodation : Hotel & camping
Best Time to Trek: March to May and October to early December.


FOT: Fully Organized Trek or Camping Trek
TH: Tea House (Lodge)
GAP: Guide, Accommodation & Porter

A journey to Rara lake is one of the most incredible and fascinating treks in all the Himalayan range lies on the remote Karnali zone in the north - west of Nepal. Trekking in Rara Lake provides excellent exploration opportunities to Napal's finest Rara National park consists of Himalayan black bear, leopard, black panther, musk deer, red panda, wild boar, Rhesus and languor monkeys and numerous species of birds and famous Rara Lake situated at an altitude of 2,990 meter.The trail is very much "off the beaten path" and affords glimpses of culture and scenery very different from those in the rest of the country. The centerpiece of the park is the biggest lake of Nepal.

Guideline Itinerery

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu
Day 02 : Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Day 03 : Fly Kathmandu to Nepalgunj
Day 04 : Flight Nepalgunj – Jumla (2370m).
Day 05 : Jumla to Uthugaon (2530m)
Day 06 : Trek to Danphe Langa (3130m).
Day 07 : Trek to Chautha (2770m).
Day 08 : Trek to Dhotu (2380m).
Day 09 : Trek to Rara lake (3040m).
Day 10 : Rest and explore Rara Lake.
Day 11 : Trek to Ghorasingha (3190m).
Day 12 : Trek to Sinja (2440m).
Day 13 : Trek to Jaljala (3270m).
Day 14 : Trek to Jumla
Day 15 : Fly to Kathmandu.  
Day 16 : Depart Kathmandu

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