Being the most popular trekking destination in northwestern, Jumla Rara Lake trekking is a still comparatively unexplored trekking trail in Nepal. This trek will be a short offbeat trek in the wild west of Nepal that brings the travelers to untouched regions of Nepal with the glimpses of stunning Himalayan views, mixed culture, beautiful landscape, green Jungle with Rhododendron forest, lush valleys. This trek allows you to discover the nomadic lifestyle that still prevails in few parts of the country.

Jumla Rara Lake trekking provides admirable exploration opportunities to Nepal’s finest Rara National park and famous Rara Lake situated at an altitude of 2,990 meters. Considered to be off the beaten path Rara lake treks Nepal is a non-technical journey and is suitable for average trekkers. Rara trekking area is an adequate habitat for rare and endangered wildlife.

The centerpiece is the pristine Lake Rara, also known as Mahendra Tal and is the largest lake in Nepal. The surface of this lake is around 8 square kilometer and the perimeter 9 kilometers. The length of the lake is 5 kilometers, width is 2 and depth is 167 meters. The peaceful surroundings are enhanced by the reflection of the snowcapped panorama of Dolpo and Tibetan mountains in the Lake’s bright blue waters.

Moreover, the trails from Jumla to Rara that wind through the isolated mountainous hamlets and extreme wilderness of sub-tropical woodlands caters a fascinating trekking adventure. In the winter, there is often snow on the ridge surrounding the lake but in the autumn season, trekker is rewarded with a profusion of alpine flowers. Overall the trip will be enjoyable and can have a good experience of a nature tour.