“An amazing lake to visit………………..come and explore its enchanting beauty…………….”
One of the best ends of the line for trekking in the Western Nepal, Rara trekking extinguishes the allurement of a glorious perspective of the Himalayas on top of the social landscape that is clearly different. Rara National Park encompasses the trekking territory, and in this park lives Nepals biggest lake - the Rara Lake. The track is moderately clear and smooth, and is generally simple. On the way, one may witness tragic presentations of clear high height lake resting in the peace and serenity around the coniferous pine woods. The woodlands here are blended with pine, spruce and juniper trees, and from this woodland you can see amazing perspectives of the Himalayan monsters that will keep you in wonderment.
The Rara Lake runs profound work 167 meters beneath the surface in a few spots. This water monster channels into the stream of Mugu Karnali through the Nijar Khola. Harboring a plenty of botanical and faunal species, the Rara National Park furnishes natural surroundings for numerous jeopardized plants and creatures, incorporating creatures like the red panda, regular langur, rhesus macaque, and flower species like rhododendron, juniper, oak, spruce and Cyprus.
Jumla, the region for Rara Trekking, is well known for being one of the zones in Nepal with high rice-development. It is spotted on the banks of the Tila Khola and is at the stature of 2370 meters. Taking a flight to Jumla from Nepalgunj is the most widely recognized approach to get to Rara.
We, Himalayan Scenery Treks & expedition welcome you all to join us for the amazing holidays around the Rara Lake.
I'll start off by saying this trip was AWESOME! I went on this trek with my dad who is 70 years old. He has always been fit but…Read More