The Upper Dolpo trek “The Caravan trek” 24 days is an extension of the lower Dolpo trek. It takes you to the plateau with the wild, windswept, open spaces characteristic of Tibet. Since 1984 this region is declare as a National Park, making it Nepal’s largest National Park. This is the only one encompassing a Trans-Himalayan eco-system. The National Park Status has helped preserve not only the culture but also the wildlife Children of the Himalayas…
Upper Dolpo trek offers the best scenery on the north-westernmost side of Nepal. The centerpiece of the park is the biggest lake of Nepal. We offer the following itinerary for Upper Dolpo Rara Lake Trekking.
Dolpo is one of the highest inhabited plateaus in the world. It is an area of roughly 2100 square miles in Nepal’s northwestern frontier with Tibet. It encompasses 30 villages and monasteries, at altitudes above eleven thousand. Dolpo is in Nepal but, its people – in race, religion, and culture, are Tibetan Buddhists descended. Nomadic tribes of Tibet settled in this area around the tenth century.
In fact, people living in certain pockets of the region practice Bon Po. It is an animistic religion that pre-dates Buddhism with belief. it is actually the precursor to Tibetan Buddhism as we know it. The lower Dolpo is home to the endangered musk deer. ON your trekking trail you might have your encounter with this endangered species. You can also see a great variety of birds which resides in this district. Most of the wild animals are rear to get out in front of human on this terrain. Blue sheep, the Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, and the Himalayan wolf are also found in Dolpo.