Jumla Rara Lake Trek is adventurous trek in the remote North West of Nepal. The region is made up of long ridges covered with temperate forests and alpine pasture enclosing high valleys. Summer rainfall is low but winter snow can be heavy and persistent in this region. The summer season is ideal for trekking in this region, winter is cold but in the autumn season trekking is rewarded with a perfusion of alpine flowers. This trek is one of the Wilderness treks of Nepal which offer superb experience of nature. Rara Lake is Nepal’s largest and biggest lake. The trek starts from the mountain airstrip of Jumla after flying from Kathmandu via Nepalgunj.
During this trek, trekkers can experience ancient culture, traditions, wilderness and flora and fauna. It is a popular trekking destination which offers the feeling of real Nepal with its rural traditions. The region is predominately Hindu. Tibetan Buddhist makes a small part of population make a significant influence on the area through trading. Trekking in this region offers an opportunity to explore to explore the country’s long preserved secrets. During Jumla Rara Lake trekking trekkers can see the various snow capped mountains, hidden valleys, medieval villages, spectacular lakes, Buddhist monasteries, Gompas, flora and fauna and diverse culture of different ethnic people. Jumla Rara Lake trek is camping base and especial trek permit from government should be taken before trekking.