Hurry to get Rara; a largest lake of Nepal

Rara Lake
Deepest and largest lake;Rara and Smallest National Park of Nepal waiting for welcome you all in this season. Beauty made by Rhododendron;a national flower of Nepal decorated a lake around makes you jealous.

Jumla is not far from capital due to direct bus services provided by Karnali Yatayat Samiti every day. It takes you  approx 20 hours driving on bus to reach Jumla. Per pax cost Rs.2800/ (Twenty eight hundred).

Khali Pass on the way to Rara
These days Jeeps were also operating from Nepaljung and Surkhet;it takes you around 10/12 hours driving to reach Jumla Bazaar. Per pax cost of Rs.2500/(Twenty five hundred)

Those who love trekking;it takes one night and half day walk to reach Rara lake from Jumla Bazaar.This is a tea house trekking where you get good accommodation and fooding service in locally owned and run small hotels along side of trekking trail.

Danphe pass on the way to Rara from Jumla
For your information;You can hire Jeeps to Rara from Jumla on which it takes 9 to 10 hours driving along side of Hima river and historically important Sinja valley. It costs Rs 30000 (Jumla to Rara) and Rs.50,000/ (Jumla to Rara and Rara to Jumla) for reserve Jeep service .

Further, Soon by the first week of Baisakh (first month of Nepali calendar) we are going to organise a Yarsha trek to meadows of Mugu where you can able to watch how people collect Yarsha, in which condition they lives what they eat,how they entertain and so many to experience.
People searching Yarsha in the meadows of Jumla

This is the suitable time to trek to Khaptad National Park via Rara lake and Dolpo region from Mugi-Kimri and Dolpa, as well as Jumla - Mugu -Humla and Manasarowar(Tibet).

If you have any queries please feel free to contact our team.

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