Dolpo is a remote region in north-western Nepal skirting on Tibet, unmistakable among trekkers for its profound established Buddhist practices, trans-Himalayan scene, Tibetan culture and unblemished nature. Dolpo is so far a controlled region and to enter, trekker are required to get unprecedented licenses from Nepalese government. The Dolpo region is isolated into Lower and Upper Dolpo with 90 percent of the regions lying more than 3,500m. The locale falls in the trans Himalayan territory which suggests it doesn’t get any precipitation in the midst of rainstorm. Its geo-air ranges from mellow to high. Most of the upper dolpo is in the snowline, from now on gets overpowering snowfall reliably in the midst of winter.
Trekking in Dolpo area was closed until the point that the moment that 1989 in any case; southern bit of Dolpo was opened as trekking trail. Worshipped in Peter Matthiessen’s book “The Snow Leopard “and David Snellgrove’s “Himalayan Pilgrimage” added to the persona and enthusiasm of Dolpo. Since tenth century Dolpo has been the nation for Tibetan tenants. Right when this locale was a bit of the western Tibetan range of Ngari however time has been changed now people live, build up their property, trade creatures, salt and take after traditions, heard their groups that have been held since time immemorial. The praise film “Himalaya” is the impactful portrayal of striking region. The Upper Dolpo Trek offers us several years a part of the old Buddhist shelter, Gaze over the turquoise waters of Lake Phoksundo, exceptional normal life, Bonpo custom, weave with shaman impacts are still bit of their step by step life.
Upper Dolpo trek starts with a widely inclusive flight to touch base at Nepalgunj air terminal, a tremendous city near the Indian periphery area of UP with semi-tropical climate. From here our experience continues with another excellent flight coming to at Jhupal in Dolpo locale.
This trek leads towards Dunai headquarter town of Dolpo region and after that accomplishing our first component of the involvement with emerald shading Phuksundo Lake near the town of Ringmo, with time to ponder its fantastic incorporating our course drives higher to cross Nangdalo/Kang-la a high pass offering tremendous points of view of Kagmara tops and as far to Dhaulagiri extent of mountains.
As the trek progress accomplishing our last objective at Shey Gompa underneath a strange Crystal Mountain introduced with semi-important stones, an interesting spot of unfathomable old and real centrality.
After a delightful overnight stop with rest day to research the undisturbed zones of Shey Monastery, walk leads towards a lovely town of Somdang and a short time later intersection few passes heading out south east coming to at Tokyu and Dho-Tarap a gigantic staggering towns of internal upper Dolpo trekking.
Our experience upper dolpo trek continues following Dho-Tarap River valley accomplishing another intriguing town at Tarakot of unquestionable importance, a post town backpedals to Malla period.
Upper Dolpo trekking and Shey Gompa closes with a walk and a short drive back at Jhupal for clearing flight back to Kathmandu with brief stop at Nepalgunj.
Best Season to Trek in Nepal:
Autumn (September – November) and Spring (March – May) is the best trekking season for the trekking and mountaineering in Nepal. Climate is for the most part clear and temperature is direct which offers lovely perspectives with no block. Spring gathers excellent blossoms, plants and uncommon creatures Walking is likewise particularly reasonable amid this season.
Summer (June – August) and Winter (December – February). In spite of the fact that Summer gathers overwhelming rainstorm precipitation it is especially evident to trek around Mustang, Dolpo and Nar-Phu valley since they are rain shadow ranges. Tibet is significantly more ideal for Tibet trek.
Picturesque landscape of the Upper Himalayas
Pristine Buddhist culture and lifestyle.
Location of the Oscar nominated movie “Himalayas” and inspiration for the book “ The Himalayan Leopard”
The tranquil shey Phoksundo lake “Nepal deepest lake”
Cross through Cang Mara La pass (5115 m), Nagdala La (5353 m ) Tyonta (5220m ) close enough with pristine mountains, flora and fauna.
Expensive the Nepali wilderness and lives in such scarcity.