• Nature, culture & history at its best in isolated west – Jumla, Rara & Sinja Valley Trek

    “Truly nomadic Jumla, bride of the nature, Rara Lake and the landmark having the biggest historic significance in western Nepal, Sinja- Jumla, Rara & Sinja Valley Trek is the most ideal blend of authentic culture, raw nature & the justified history that too in the most off the beaten trails of isolated west Nepal.” “Words…

    View Details
  • Diversified people of Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek

    “Lower Dolpo Circuit trek takes you on a trail that skirts through ancient villages like Dho Tarap, where people still follow centuries old traditions and customs, past forests of pine, oak and juniper inhabited by endangered animals like the Himalayan musk deer, blue sheep and snow leopard . Throughout the trek, the snowy peaks and mountains…

    View Details
  • Buddhism prior to Buddha, Bon Religion still thrives in Dolpo

    “Bonpo, people who follow Bon, deem in evil spirits and nature spirits that control all walks of existence in the taxing, wandering and ruthless conditions of the rugged Himalayan terrains.” Bon is a divine path of supernatural values, insight, manifold gods and pantheism that still thrives in the isolated highlands of western Nepal, Dolpo. Extensively…

    View Details
  • Upper Dolpo Upper Mustang Trek – Tibetan culture more authentic than than in Tibet itself

    “Trekking in Dolpo that takes trekkers to Lake Phoksundo is a journey immersed in Tibetan culture. Until the 19th century a part of Dolpo was a province of Tibet. Dolpo has long been closed to tourists. Being the restricted region demanding hefty entrance fee Dolpo experience very few trekkers and hence the area still has great…

    View Details
  • Norbu Kang Peak Climbing – 3 prime highlights apart from expedition

    “Our Norbung Kang Peak Climbing Expedition takes you to Dolpo’s one of very rarely frequented climbing peaks. Norbung Kang Peak Climbing in Dolpo, begins at Juphal and traverses through Upper Dolpo’s most fascinating regions. The trek come across the ancient trading village of the region, Dho and witnesses the authentic culture of Upper Dolpo. The dramatic…

    View Details
  • Dolpo to Mustang, exceptional trek along the Great Himalayan Trail

    Dolpo to Mustang Trek is an extraordinary navigation across the isolated and rarely frequented regions of western highlands of Nepal. Throughout the trek, the opportunity to sight fellow trekkers is during the seldom occasions. The trek that begins after the short and scenic flight to the airstrips of Juphal initially caters the landscapes dominated by…

    View Details
  • Upper Dolpo Trek, Photo Essay

    Upper Dolpo trek, is a reminiscent expedition to the past itself, hiking across jagged mountainous county. The hike traverses across dry-stone-walled hamlets and centuries old Tibetan monasteries, leaning snowy valleys, sculpted gorges, hallowed mountains, crystal clear highland lakes and sometimes snow covered passes. Upper Dolpo Trek with Explore Dolpo takes you to the piece of…

    View Details
  • Diversely cultured 3 most beautiful villages of Dolpo

    Dolpo is an amazing piece of heaven on earth, which caters tremendously beautiful landscapes. Landscapes in Dolpo are diverse. The lush vegetation of Shey Phoksundo National Park, which is the home to incredibly beautiful Phoksundo Lake, also houses scores of species of floras and faunas, which include elusive snow leopard to high value crop yarsagumba.…

    View Details
  • Yarsagumba, the high value gold found in wild Dolpo yet to define its real use

    Dolpa is known for the immense deposit of natural and cultural treasure. The vast biodiversity can be experienced everywhere in the huge geographical expanse. It has been presumed that several precious species of herbs can be available within this vast spread land. Unfortunately, very few species have been in focus till now that is also…

    View Details
  • Sinja Valley, important historic landmark of Jumla to Rara Lake Trek

    An outstanding valley that nestles isolated in the western mountains, Sinja Valley was once and for a long time a capital city of 12th to 14th century powerful western Malla or Khasa kingdom – as per the archaeological evidences found during the excavations. The Khasa kingdom split into twenty-two hundred petty kingdoms after the 14th…

    View Details