Upper Dolpo Trek

Highlights of Upper Dolpo Trek
Walk within the wilderness of mountains by following the footprints of the traditional trans-Himalayan traders
Explore the unique semi-arid vegetation behind the majestic Dhaulagiri range
A camping trek experience for the sense of true wilderness
Witness century-old Bon practices in various monasteries and live a classic Buddhist tradition
Enticing views of Yak Caravan, lakes, and dozens of mountain peaks, including Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range
Sightseeing tour in the city of Kathmandu around many UNESCO listed world heritage sites
A month-long trek in Nepal's mountain, on a trail explored by few- a genuinely fulfilling and rejuvenating experience
Difficulties for Upper Dolpo Trek 

The northwest of Nepal, behind the Dhaulagiri range, is already Nepal's most remote area. The trail was only opened for visitors in 1989 and still remains a restricted area. A month-long journey in a land with no houses, no internet, and no electricity is not a joke. The experts have marked Upper Dolpo trek difficulty as "Challenging." And this is among Nepal's hardest and longest trekking trails. That being said, the rewards are astounding! And, you must be aware of the different difficulties you face during this Upper Dolpo trek. 


Culture, traditions, and festivals


We can observe three kinds of Culture in Dolpo- Lower, Upper, and Middle Dolpo. The lower region is inhabited by the Hindus, while the middle area has a blend of both Hindu and Buddhist people (Bonism and Shamanism). There is a cluster of the Magar people who speak the typical "Kaile" language. 

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