With large population of both Hindus and Buddhists, Western Nepal trekking is a unique opportunity to trek through countryside with crisscrossed trials in all directions. Relatively unknown due to its remoteness and inaccessibility, western Nepal is pretty far away from Kathmandu though regular flights to Jumla and Humla try to reduce this distance to an extent. Still this region lies in a considerable distance from the capital city due to the travel cost and logistic troubles. Another region why Western region of Nepal doesn’t see much of tourist making the western region trekking in Nepal less popular is because of the government policies. A huge number of culturally and scenically exotic regions lies in this region, but are restricted by the government to trek and visit or some of which are not restricted are charged with high permit fees. Western region of Nepal have many trials to the north side of the Himalayan into the region of Tibet making it easier to pass the border between Nepal and Tibet, a practice both Nepalese and Chinese government have been discouraging. Some of the destinations in western Nepal trekking are Himalayan ranges of Nampa, Saipal and Kanjiroba, Shey Gompa to the north of Shey Phoksumdo Lake and Humla to the north-west of Jumla.
Western Region Trekking in Nepal can be a wonderful opportunity to anyone who is interested in history and anthropology. Most recently a huge network of cave including the proof of people living there back to the date of 1000 years has been found. Apart from that, this is only place that has a complete look of Tibetan town but most of the people living here are Hindus. This is one of the weird yet very interesting examples. Flat roofs covered with earth, close and packed houses sharing common roofs, few stairs inside but most of the ladders are carved log outside the house are few of the things that can interest any new people passing the villages. The packed and closely built houses in the region are to survive the semiarid conditions of the high Himalayan settlements.
Dolpa is also called “Ba Yul” or the Hidden valley is a land of mystery, scenery and peace. Dolpo is a remote region, most of the part which is protected by shey Phoksundo National Park. It is bounded in the east and south by the Dhaulagiri and churen Himal ranges and in the west by the Jumla district. The district headquaters in Dunai, in the south of the region. Dolpo has been by passed by development and, until recently, tourism. Read More
Rara Lake lies at (2,980m.) in the remote far northwest of Nepal the greatest lake in Nepal one of the enhances the attraction of trekker’s. The lake is beautiful and tranquil. The region around Jumla and Rara Lake is still relatively unexplored. The Rara National Park is known as the home of Himalayan black bear, Red panda, Ghorals,leopard,black panther,musk deer,wild boar and languor monkeys and numerous species of birds. .. Read More
Dolpa is also called “Ba Yul” or the Hidden valley is a land of mystery, scenery and peace. Dolpo is a remote region, most of the part which is protected by shey Phoksundo National Park. It is bounded in the east and south by the Dhaulagiri and churen Himal ranges and in the west by the Jumla district. The district headquaters in Dunai, in the south of the region. Dolpo has been by passed by development and, until recently, tourism. ... Read More
Dolpo is located inside the Shey-Phoksundo National Park in mid-western Nepal, behind the Dhaulagiri massif, towards the Tibetan plateau. The region offers opportunities to visit ancient villages, high passes, beautiful Lakes, isolated Buddhist monasteries and also to experience the vast array of wildlife inhabiting the region, including Blue sheep ... Read More
A trek to Limi, Nepal will be a highlight in any adventurers life. Few westerners have imagination! The people are remarkable, the beauty awe inspiring and the travel breathtaking.The Limi Valley, which is at high altitude and very narrow, is often known as the hidden Himalayan valley. It contains three villages set in the mountains, immensely beautiful and rich in biodiversity, and steeped in ancient culture. It is the most remote area in the Humla region of Karnali zone, ...... Read More
The east and south of it is bordered by the Dhaulagiri and Churen Himal ranges and to the west by Jumla district. The noteworthy figure seen here are immaculate snowy peaks, ancient and isolated villages, rich wildlife, reliable Buddhist monastery and wonderful lakes. The people of this area are simple and warm-hearted with enthralling culture and traditions... Read More