Trek to Rara Lake:
Rara Lake trek in Mugu district takes you to the biggest and deep fresher water lake called Rara. The lake is surrounding by Rara National Park. Which is a home to different species of animals and birds and surrounding by flora and fauna. Fishes of the freshwater lake are also serves as a delicacy by the shops, hotels, and lodges. There is also an airport nearby just 4 km east of the lake. Which operates inwards flight from Nepalgunj to Rara.
Besides the spectacular sunrise and sunset views, the vegetation encloses on the Rara Lake inapt for sightseeing, horse grazing, boating, the amphitheater of surrounding hills and snow-capped mountain peaks are breathtaking to the travelers and campers. To embark on the journey months from March to November are the favorable time of all seasons.
The journey starts by arriving Kathmandu and mountain flight to Nepalgunj. The trekking routes are mostly to off beaten paths towards this high altitude lake. The hiking is in a solitude environment and wilderness of forests to behold to birds and wild animals for nature lovers towards the camp near the Rara Lake. The alpine flowers and trees, villages reside by Thakuri mallas and Tibetans. Villages of Ghorasaini, Sinja ridges and riverside trails to the meadow of forests the birds call in the wilderness is must-see while on a Rara Lake trek.
The overnight at camps and hiking to surroundings of Rara Lake is a pleasure and while returning after overnight stay crossing Gharchi Lagna Pass and downhill to Jumla and flying back to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj bring Rara Lake trek to close on a full swing. For travelers, they need to walk for long hours so they must have a good physical condition and have done some hiking before they take the Rara Lake trek to Nepal.
Biggest & deepest Lake in Nepal.
Spectacular view of sunrise & sunset view from Rara lake.
Rara Lake isapt for
sightseeing, horse grazing, boating, the ampitheatre of surrounding hills and snow
capped mountain peaks are breathtaking to the travellers.
The alpine flowers and trees, villages resided by Thakuri mallas and