Beyond the almighty Himalayans lies the isolated land, Dolpo, with its own unique geography, culture and ecosystem. This region was not open to outsiders until the 1990s, meaning that the beauty of this area is still fresh and not affected by the outer world. Situated between the Tibetan plateau and Dhaulagiri range, it is a mixture of Tibetan culture and Nepalese culture.
Join us for a once in a lifetime trek to this astounding region. The visitor to this region will be confronted with mesmerizing views of the gigantic mountain peaks of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Kanjirowa mountain ranges. Similarly, the trek travels via different Himalayan passes where you can enjoy the beauty of Phoksundo Lake, the deepest lake in Nepal. You may also get to see beautiful and rare animals like the snow leopard.
This region will surely inspire you as it has so many others. To some, the area may already be familiar: the Oscar-nominated movie, The Caravan, was filmed in the Dolpo region, and the books “The Snow Leopard” by Peter Matthiessen and “Himalayan Pilgrimage” by David Snellgrove also contributed a lot to expose the Dolpo to the outer world.
Though this trek can be physically challenging, the region is no less than a Himalayan heaven.