Rara Lake Trek is appropriate for both the first run through trekker and prepared veteran of Himalayan voyager who lean towards pristine culture, nature and uncrowded trail in Nepal. Rara is the biggest Lake in Nepal which lies in the remote Karnali region of Nepal. It is arranged at rise 2990m with 5.1km length, 3km wide, 167 profundity and territory of 10.8 sq. km. There is a dazzling perspective of Rara Lake, towns of Bajura, Jumla, Dolpa, Mugu locale and cold tops from Marma Top (3692m). This is circuit trekking into the Rara National Park that is home of a few ensured natural life. This trek starts from the Airstrip of Jumla and climbing to Sinja valley (the antiquated winter capital of the Malla Kingdom) where can see bona fide culture. At that point, making a beeline for Chuchemara danda (4039m) that gives a fantastic setting of Rara Lake with encompassing forested slopes and snow crests around it. There is snow trout angle in the Lake yet angling is denied. Numerous transient flying creatures otter in the Lake amid the winter. There blossoms brilliant Himalayan blooms in the late spring.
Rara Lake Trek begins from the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu where you take a short visit on your second day to different UNESCO World Heritage Sites, for example, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath and so forth keeping in mind the end goal to get a look at the nation’s way of life and history. Your adventure will take you to Jumla, which fills in as an entryway to the far western Nepal which is likewise thought to be the most remote piece of Nepal. You will trek towards a few towns, for example, Chere Chaur, Chala Chaur and inevitably to the wonderful Sinja Valley which once used to be a capital of an antiquated kingdom in the twelfth century. Your voyage will take you through a few passes, for example, Jaljala Pass, Ghurchi Lagna Pass et cetera. Your trails will take you through harsh bumpy soil ways with a consistent setting of wonderful encompassing slopes that is unquestionably a sight to recall.