• Dolpo Trek – emerging walking adventure in Nepal

    The region with no known peak for elevation Dolpo, is a time forgotten isolated piece of heaven in the west Nepal which highlights its unique landscapes and ancient Tibetan culture. With the developments made in Juphal Airport this restricted region, which demands special permit from the Nepalese Government to explore, now has become a center…

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  • Three most popular treks in Dolpo

    Dolpo is a wonderful choke full with natural and cultural delights. Nature there is the rawest from whereas culture at places is as old as nomadic ones. Treks in Dolpo are true opportunities to discover nature and culture at its oldest form as the time literally travels century back here in Dolpo. In today’s post…

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  • Altitude Mountain Sickness

    What is Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS)? Acute mountain sickness AMS is a disorder caused by being at high altitude without proper prior acclimatization where there is hypoxia in the air (low oxygen level in the air). Normally, the early symptoms of AMS are seen at altitudes above 8,000 feet (2,500 meters). The severity of AMS gets…

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  • Shey Phoksundo National Park, the heart of Dolpo

    Nestling in the Trans-Himalayan Region of northwest Nepal, Shey-Phoksundo National Park the largest protected park in Nepal spreads in the area of 3,555 sq. km. With elevation range from 2130m at Ankhe to 6883m at the acme of Mt.Kanjiroba, the park caters eye pleasing landscapes, which are truly spectacular. The lake having unique attributes, Phoksundo…

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  • Luxurious way to explore Dolpo – Luxury Trek to Phoksundo Lake

    One of the prime highlights of Dolpo is Phoksundo Lake. Every trek in Dolpo incorporates Phoksundo for its serene beauty and the unique attributes lake manifests. Moreover, the village atop a spur just above the Lake, Ringmo is the most popular Bon village in Dolpo. Collectively, Phoksundo Lake and neighboring regions are the mix of…

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  • Trek in Dolpo -Few images

    The largest district of Nepal, also known as “the Beyul or the Hidden Valley, Dolpo nestles in the isolated west of Nepal. Rugged natural landscapes, nomadic lifestyle and the home to Bons, Dolpo caters the walking adventure, which can’t be experienced in other trekking regions of Nepal. Fascinating highland villages, which are sparsely populated, mysterious…

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  • Dolpo and peaks in Dolpo – gaining popularity

    Nepal, the land of mighty Himalayas is a well known destination for adventurous and elevated walking holidays. The northern border of the country has hundreds of popular climbing peaks. There are still thousands of peaks in Nepal that are untouched and unclimbed. The peaks in the popular trekking regions are climbed every year many climbers…

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  • Mugu Village , the isolated paradise in the far west Nepal

    Mugu village lies in the Himalayan region of district having same name of Karnali zone. It lies in the northwest of Nepal and close to the border of China. The people of Mugu village are known as “Muguali or Mugum. About 400 people lived in this remote village. Their lives despite being very difficult they…

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  • May to October, the best months to trek in Dolpo

    With less than 50 mm annual rainfall, Dolpo is Nepal’s only trekking destination, which can be trekked from May to the end of October. Unlike Trekking Regions of Nepal, which are not recommended to trek from May to October, Dolpo has this advantage. June, July and August, which are the monsoon moths in Nepal, being…

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  • Tihar 2015

    One of the most special things about Nepal, is the way Nepalese celebrate festivals. Since, the entire country is in festive mood, celebrating the biggest festivals, we at Explore Dolpo wish all Nepalese a prosperous and delightful Tihar. Tihar is the second biggest festival of Nepal, that entire country celebrates with huge enthusiasm. Trekking in Nepal or Trekking…

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