Dolpo Trekking is open for foreign visitors for the purpose of trekking tours in 1989. Dolpo region is located in a remote and isolated corner in the far western part of Nepal. Lower Dolpo is permitted with a low permit fee but for upper Dolpo, you have to pay $50 per day for a trekking permit.
Lodges and guest houses are not available and you must arrange all camping accommodations via a registered trekking company. Dolpa is lying under the shadow of the Himalayas with astounding natural beauty and cultural heritage. People of Dolpo follow the Bon religion and their language is closer to Tibetan. The most beautiful Shey Phoksundo Lake is the main attraction of this region and Num-la and Baga-la passes are another challenging attraction of this trek route.
Dolpo Trekking in Nepal Himalayas !
Upper Dolpo has been referred to as the last enclave of pure Tibetan culture with the landscape and Buddhist religion of this region more like Tibet. Dolpo Trek has a vast and rugged landscape inhabited by hardy, enterprising folk who live in some of the highest villages in the world.
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Dolpo Trekking seasonal fact during the whole yearDecember / January / February
Extreme cold but generally clear skies. Camping trek is not possible but Juphal to Phoksundo as a lodge trek is possible, it is very cold at night, fresh and beautiful. Also no regular flight from Nepalgunj – Juphal.
Winter storms sometimes visit the past through January and February, but changing weather patterns make it difficult to predict.March / April / May
Good weather. Not very cold high up, not too warm down below
Wonderful weather to trek, the skies are clear, and all views of the Himalayas can be seen.
They are monsoon season in Nepal. Even the monsoon season has very good weather because the place is located in the Trans Himalayan Region of Nepal. It has very very light rain and is dry always and you can trek nicely because you will have a nice Himalayan view with grassy landscapes.September / October / November
Monsoon is over around early September, but still some drops of rain. It’s still a difficult hike in Nepal. However, a trek in dolpa region is possible until the middle of October.