Dolpa region is one of the least explored places in the world. It’s located in the mid western part of Nepal. It’s in Karnali Province which is about 265 km far from Kathmandu in distance. Covering an area of somewhere 7889 sq.km, it’s the biggest district in the country with the elevation from 1525 meters to 7625 meters.
It lies behind Dhaulagiri mountain. Travelling to Dolpa circuit might be challenging as there’s no roadway connection but reaching there is full of adventures and memories to keep with. The trip is almost off remote paths and unexplored places with the highlands.
The people there follow Tibetian culture and it’s their spiritual belief that helps them to survive in those dry highlands. In Ringmo, people followed and are still following Bon culture from the 11th century. There’s a famous monastery named “Shey Gompa” also known as “The Crystal Monastery” continuing their culture.
The preferable time for trek is in between April – November.
There two ways for Dolpa trek circuit. We can get there from Nepalgunj or Beni, Myagdi.
Being a district with no roadway connection, we can get roadway trips up to Nepalgunj and flights to Dunai. From there it’s by foot.
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