Book This TripJumla Dolpo Trek

Duration: 27 Days
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Best Season: March - Aug, Sept - Nov

Jumla to Dolpo is perhaps the best way to get a taste of remote Nepali country life. Arranged in the season when the air is clear, the mountains are lovely, and dry plains heart touching, this trek climbs up to villages that are possibly the highest natural settlements of man. Mountains and monasteries are fund in unlikely places and the region still has followers of the pre - Buddist Bonpo religion.

This region was opened up in 1989 to organized trekking groups and to individual trekkers in 1990.

There are Tibetan style inner Dolpo villages in Tarap, but most of the southern part of Dolpo is a region of Hindu influence.

The trek begins from Jumla, taking the trail route via Garajankot, Bolangna Pass and ascent to Bottom Baga La (5,180m), which is the highest point of the trek. We descend through Ringmo, Chepka down to Juphal, where we catch the flight to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj.


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: City tour in Kathmandu
Day 03: Fly to Nepalgunj
Day 04: Fly to Jumla
Day 05: Trek to Gharjankot
Day 06: Trek to Naphukana
Day 07: Trek to Chaurikot
Day 08: Trek to Kaigaon
Day 09: Trek to Bolangna - Bantari
Day 10: Trek to Tibrikot
Day 11: Trek to Dunai
Day 12: Trek to Tarakot
Day 13: Trek to Lahini
Day 14: Trek to Pigo Phu Kabe
Day 15: Trek to Dho Tarap
Day 16: Rest day at Dho Tarap
Day 17: Trek to Numa La Phedi
Day 18: Trek to Baga La Phedi
Day 19: Trek to Phoksundo Lake
Day 20: Rest day
Day 21: Trek to Ryajik
Day 22: Trek to Arike
Day 23: Trek to Dunai
Day 24: Trek to Juphal
Day 25: Fly to Nepalgunj - Kathmandu
Day 26: Kathmandu city tour
Day 27: Departure