Jumla Rara Lake Sinja Valley



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The route is well off the beaten track and affords glimpses of culture and scenery very different from other parts of Nepal. The trek offers a dramatic display of clear high altitude lakes mingled with pine, spruce and juniper forests as well as breath taking views of the snow capped Himalayan peaks. Rara Lake is as deep as 167 meters in some places, and drains into the river Mugu Karnali via Nijar Khola. The Rara National Park is the home of endangered red panda, common langur, and rhesus macaque and many more other flora and fauna.


The route is well off the beaten track and affords glimpses of culture and scenery very different from other parts of Nepal. The trek offers a dramatic display of clear high altitude lakes mingled with pine, spruce and juniper forests as well as breath taking views of the snow capped Himalayan peaks. Rara Lake is as deep as 167 meters in some places, and drains into the river Mugu Karnali via Nijar Khola. The Rara National Park is the home of endangered red panda, common langur, and rhesus macaque and many more other flora and fauna. 

After Rara exploration we enter toward Sinja valley one of the historical place, once The Malla dynasty ruled in Karnali. And also Sinja is the place from where the Khasa language came up which is Nepal national language now. Sinja is the perfect place to explore historical sculptured stone fossils.

A combination of unexplored lake and valley in western Nepal is brought to you by Tibet Holidays after a long research of how to reach, what would be feasible in terms of fooding, safety equipment clothing etc. We rate this trip one of the most remote unexplored destination.




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