Beni to Dolpo Trekking

Beni to Dolpo Trekking

Beni to Dolpo trekking is cover lowland remote villages including Dhorpatan area known as Gurila trail then finally you inter the Dolpo region. The Dolpo region is best known of the many isolated high Himalayan valleys across northern Nepal. Dolpo preserves one of the last remnants of traditional Tibetan culture. Legend says it's a one of the "hidden valleys" created by Guru Rinpoche as a refuge for devout Buddhists in troubled times. Surrounded by high mountains including the Dhaulagiri massif to the southeast and cut off by high passes closed by snow half the year, Dolpo's easiest access is from Tibet, where its people emigrated from perhaps 1000 years ago.

Upper Dolpo shelters about 5000 people, whose lives revolve around Buddhism, barley, and yaks; their villages (over 4270 meters) are among the highest settlements on earth. A large portion of Dolpo has been set aside as Shey - Phoksundo National Park, at 3555 square km Nepal's largest. The park shelters blue sheep, Himalayan black bear, leopards, wolves, and the exclusive snow leopard.

We start our trek from Beni, after long day drive from Kathmandu going through nice village in the beginning and through high and remote area and passes later and finally come down to Juphal where we catch flight to Kathmandu. The route goes through high passes and very remote area of the country, so we are rewarded with excellent view of mountain and virgin Tibetan culture on the way. As this is Nepal's one of the most demanding trek and goes through Numala and Bagala pass and remote area of the country where we should make a lot of ascend and descend we therefore recommend attempting only for experience trekkers.


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu airport transfer to hotel
Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley
Day 03: Kathmandu drive to Beni Bazaar (770m)
Day 04: Beni Bazaar trek to Tara Khet (970m)
Day 05: Tara Khet trek to Danyga Khola (1125m)
Day 06: Danyga Khola (Phedi) trek to Muna (1885m)
Day 07: Muna trek to Moreni (2670m) /Jaljala (3390m)
Day 08: Moreni /Jaljala trek to Dhorpatan (2830m)
Day 09: Dhorpatan trek to Takur (3190m)
Day 10: Takur trek to Pelma (2540m)
Day 11: Pelma trek to Dhule (3340m)
Day 12: Dhule trek to Seng Khola (3820m)
Day 13: Seng Khola trek to Purpang (4050m)
Day 14: Purpang trek to Sehar Tara (3010m)
Day 15: Sehar Tara trek to Lahini (3160m)
Day 16: Lahini trek to Naworpani /Sim Odar (2620m)
Day 17: Naworpani trek to Do Tarap (4080m)
Day 18: Acclimatization in Do Tarap
Day 19: Do Tarap trek to Tok-Khyu High camp (4390m)
Day 20: Tok-Khyu Cross Numa La (5318m) to Pelungtang (4465m)
Day 21: Pelungtang Cross Baga La (5190m) to Dajok Tang (4080m)
Day 22: Dajok Tang trek to Phoksundo Lake ((3730m)
Day 23: Rest day for Excursion around Phoksundo
Day 24: Phoksundo Lake trek to Chepka (2670m)
Day 25: Chepka trek to Suli Gaad (2070m)
Day 26: Suli Gaad trek to Juphal (2490m)
Day 27: Juphal Flight to Nepalgunj then flight to Kathmandu
Day 28: Bhaktapur and Patan sightseeing and return
Day 29: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or relax
Day 30: Drive to Airport for flying your own destination


Dolpo Region Trekking

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