Jomsom- Dolpo Trekking,

Jomsom- Dolpo Trekking! Jomsom Dolpo Trek

Jomsom Dolpo TrekkingThe Dolpo region was opened in 1989 with the Shey Phoksundo National Park, established in 1984 to preserve a large portion of the land in the area. It is extremely impressive, with many passes over 5000 metres. The region maintains a strong cultural Buddhist tradition with most inhabitants speaking the Tibetan language. Many still follow the ancient religion of Bon an animistic faith that pre dates Buddhism. They survive by growing buckwheat and barley and tend to large herds of goats, sheep, yak etc. The shining Ringmo Lake, with its clear turquoise blue water, makes a trip to this region an unforgettable experience.

 

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu / fly or drive to Pokhara.
Day 02: Fly to Jomsom (2710m) / trek / Daker Dzong (2950m).
Day 03: Trek to Yak Kharka (3540m).
Day 04: Yak Kharha / Sangdang Phedi (4215m).
Day 05: Sangdang / Mul Kharka (4735m).
Day 06: Mul kharka / Chharka (4540m).
Day 07: Chharka / Raman Kharka (4627m).
Day 08: Raman / Do Tarap (4950m).
Day 09: Do Tarap / Tokkyo village (4060m).
Day 10: Tokkyo village / Chutung Dang (3967m).
Day 11: Chutung Dang / Chibu Kharka (3915m).
Day 12: Chibu Kharka / Saldang (4100m).
Day 13: Saldang / Yang Tchhar Village (4300m).
Day 14: Yang Tchhar / Karang (4100m).
Day 15: Karang / Samling Gompa (3800m).
Day 16: Samling Gompa / Shey Gompa (4500m).
Day 17: Acclamatisation day..
Day 18: Shey Gompa / Yak Kharka (4500m).
Day 19: Yak Kharka / Ringmo (3600m).
Day 20: Ringmo / Rachi.
Day 21: Rachi / Roha Village.
Day 22: Roha / Juphal Airport.
Day 23: Flight / Nepalgunj.
Day 24: Drive or fly to Kathmandu.
Day 25: Warm Departure.