Jumla to Rara lake Trek

Maximum Altitude: 3800 meters

Duration of Trek: 15 days mountain lodge

Grade: Medium to Hard 

Highest Camp: 2935 meters

Rara Lake nestles like a sparkling jewel amongst verdant forested hills at the heart of Nepal’s least visited National Park. At just over 5km (3miles) in length, it is the largest body of water in the country and lies at an altitude 2980m (9630ft) in the district of Mugu. The populations of several villages were relocated to the Terai when the park was inaugurated in 1975, and today the only people living within its boundaries are wardens, police and army officers. 

Though comparatively short, the hike in from Jumla is strenuous, passing through tranquil valleys and mysterious, magical coniferous forests of British Columbia.

The pace of life in Jumla is slow indeed the town retains an atmosphere of almost total inertia. The cultural centre of town is the flag-swathed Chandan Nath temple, from within which can be heard bell-ringing and horn-blowing pujas each afternoon.

The best season is March to October. 

Day 1 

Day 2 

Day 3 

Day 4 

Day 5 

Day 6

Day 7

Day 8 

Day 9-10

Day 11

Day 12

Day 13 

Day 14 

Day 15 

Arrival - Hotel transfer, tour briefing 

A full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing tour 

Fly to Nepalgunj (200m)  

Fly to Jumla (2240m) 

Jumla to Uthagaon (2530m) 

Uthagaon to Burma (2580m) 

Burma to Chautha (2770m)  

Chautha to Rara lake (2980m) 

Rara Lake explore  

Rara lake to Gossain (3100m) 

Gossain to Sinja (2400m)  

Sinja to Jumla (2240) 

Fly to Nepalgunj and afternoon flight to Kathmandu   

Transfer airport - flight to onward destination