Dolpo, which lies in the mid western part of Nepal, is also known as the district behind the Himalayas. The famous Dhaulagiri range stands as the boundary fence of the region in the south. Though, the district covers nearly 6% of landmass of the country, the human settlements are very thin due to the remoteness and the vastness of the region where several places have remained still unexplored.
  • Phoksundo

    Phoksundo, the deepest lake of Nepal which is famous for its crystal clear water and
    turquoise colour. There is no any aquatic creature the lake remains always neat and

  • Shey Phoksundo National Park

    Shey Phoksundo National Park the largest national park in the country where endangered
    species like Snow Leopard, musk deer, etc. have been protected.

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    Peak like Mt.Putha

    Peak like Mt. Putha where skiing is found feasible and the river Bheri provides a very
    excitement for the kayakers.

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    Buddhist’s holy place Crystal mountain and Shey Gompa.

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    Tinje Valley

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    Dho Tarap Valley

    Dho Tarap valley human settlement in the highest elevation.

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    Rara Lake

    Rara the biggest lake in Nepal.

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    Sinjha Valley

    Sinjha valley where Nepali language was flourished.

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    Upper Dolpo

    Upper Dolpo Upper Mustang where old Tibetan culture is found in its primitive form.

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    Kyakuchin a beautiful lake at an elevation of …………… and the peak ……

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    Dolpo Peak

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    Mt. Kanjirowa

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    Dolpo Bon School

    Dolpo Bon School (the only Bon School in Dolpo)

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    Tichorong, village where the people speak typical dialect ‘Kaike’ that is not spoken