Lower Dolpo Trek explores the attractions like Dho Tarap village and Shey Phoksundo Lake which lie near the Tibetan border. This trek offers you the view of many snow-capped mountains. You also get to explore the ancient Tibetan-influenced villages and Buddhist stupas. The trails on the trek also introduce trekkers to Bon Po and Tibetan Buddhists. All in all, the Lower Dolpo Trek is an off-beat trip to western Nepal.
Lower Dolpo Trek takes you to the Shey Phoksundo National Park, the largest one in the country. Moreover, Phoksundo Lake, the deepest lake in Nepal, is also a major attraction on the trek. In addition, you will visit the Buddhist stupas and monasteries in Dho Tarap, Ringmo, and around Phoksundo Lake. On this trek, you meet Thakuri, Dolpali, and people of Tibetan origin.
Firstly, you arrive in Kathmandu and fly to Nepalgunj the next day. From Nepalgunj, you take another flight to Juphal and trek to Dunai. Next, you’ll head to Tarakot and continue to Nawarpani. Trekking along the Tarap River via Laina Odar, you head to Dho Tarap. Here, you can explore and study the culture and lifestyle of the people in the village. Then, you head to Numa La Base Camp from where you climb to Numa La Pass (5308m). Descending via Danigar, you cross another pass Bagala La (5169m). Theron, you head to Phoksundo Lake and explore around the lake and return to Juphal via Chhepka. Finally, a flight to Nepalgunj followed by another one brings you to Kathmandu.