Rara Lake Trek trail goes around the Rara National Park which is Nepal’s smallest most scenic national park. It spreads over an area of 106 square kilometres, is about 370 kilometres north- west of Kathmandu valley. This national park lies in mountain district Mugu in a western region of Nepal. Also, It stands at the height of 2990 m. and spreads over 11 square kilometres.
Where is heaven in the earth? The answer might be right here in Nepal. The trekking in Nepal at Rara region would resemble the walking in heaven. The region seems to be the gem fixed in a ring of snow-capped mountains in the lap of green pastured hills. The virgin blue water probably the fresh and purest watered lake of Nepal is also the largest of all across Nepal.
Highlights of Rara Lake Trek
This picturesque trekking region is the home of rhododendron forest; fresh water lake overlooking the Himalayan ranges resided by the innocent courteous Himalayan people. The best period of the Rara Lake Trek is months of September, November, October, April, and May. During December to March period, the temperature is minus and the trails will be blocked due to a bulk of snow.
The region is under the Rara National Park. It was established in 1976 with the major idea of preserving the Lake. 1400 species of birds and unlimited medicinal herbs make the region; so rich in natural resources being utilised by locals as major occupation of collecting it and selling. The trekking starts from Jumla while reaching there is via flight. The culture is completely different from rest of Nepal. The settlement is very scarce therefore the expert guidance of the Peregrine Treks & Expedition would be helpful for the logistics and support. Therefore, come and book Rara Lake Trek; this amazing virgin land of Nepal and see the heaven by yourself nestled in the lap of the Himalayas in Nepal.
Rara Lake Trek Itinerary & Other Details
|Group Size:||More than 2|
|Arrival on:||Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu|
|Max Altitude:||3190 meters|
|Accomodation:||Three Star Hotel In Kathmandu|
|Meals:||Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during trekking|