Dolpa Shey Phoksundo Trek

Dolpa Shey Phoksundo Trek

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  • Dates: Daily
  • Best Season: March/April/ September/October
  • Duration: 19 Days
  • Trekking Days: 15 Days
  • Grade: Hard
  • Commences At: Juphal
  • Ends At: Shey Phoksundo
  • Code: NPDSF

Upper Dolpo Trek features trekking along the ancient salt trading route to Tibet. The trek follows off-the beaten- track leading into remote Buddhist settlement, tranquil Say Phoksundo Lake, exotic landscape, Api Saipal and Kanjiroba Himalayas etc.

Dolpo is located in the Phoksundo National Park of mid-western Nepal, behind the Dhaulagiri massif, towards the Tibetan plateau, cut off by a series of very high passes and closed by the snow land. As it is one of the remotest and least exposed areas of Nepal, and also naturally isolated due to difficult topography, it offers rare opportunities to explore virgin territory.

 Dolpo is occupied by Tibetan origin population harboring unique Buddhist culture along with several monasteries in hight altitude. (gompas).


As a part of life style, Polyandry is common in this area and air burial of their dead relatives is the rare culture still in vogue.

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Upper Dolpa Trekking

  • 28 days
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Dolpo falls in the southern border of Tibet and owing to its proximity with Tibet, it is inhabited by the enticing race of Tibetan speaking people.The Shey Phoksumdo National Park, the grandest in Nepal, is another identity of Dolpo.

Khaptad Region Trek

  • 15 days
  • Price: best price guaranteed

, the religious significance of Khaptad was greatly enhanced about a half century ago when the Great Scholar Khaptad Swami chose Khaptad for his meditation. Today in the Khaptad region, Nepalese people accept the primitive realities of the Himalayan topographic set¬ting and their rigorous daily life with a grace that others may scarcely understand.

Jumla & Lower Dolpa

  • 21 days
  • Price: best price guaranteed

Dolpo is another far-flung and mystique gem of Nepal. Bound to the east and south by the towering Dhaulagiri and Churey ranges respectively, this secluded corner of Nepal was derestricted for international tourist access only in 1989