Dolpo Trekking Region is remote area trekking in Nepal located at the rain shadow area surrounded by picturesque Himalayan ranges like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Kanjiroba and other surrounding peaks offers an unmatched trekking opportunities during any time of the year. Dolpo Trekking exhibits the Tibetan alike unique Trans-Himalayan landscapes with an opportunity to get insights into local Tibetan influenced culture and traditions. Tiji Festival is one of the highlights of this region. We have re patterned the trekking route recently so that our guests wont miss any highlights of this area.
Dolpo Trekking region has been explored by renowned personalities like Peter Matthiessen and David Snellgrove. They have mentioned in their popular books like the Snow Leopard by Peter Matthienssen and Himalayan Pilgrimage by David Snellgrove. These books also have explained a lot about mystique and attractions of Dolpo region. Both of these writers visited Shey Gompa, which is at the north of beautiful Shey Phoksundo Lake at inner Dolpo region. This mysterious land gives all the pleasant experience along the trek route which will undoubtedly be a once a life time experience for all. Due to its geographic location and topography, Dolpo region lies in rain shadow area and treks can be joined here during any time of the year.
Dolpo region trekking usually requires good level of physical fitness with that passion of trekking and exploring new places. Join Tiji Festival Trekking and Lower Dolpo Trekking with Outshine Adventure and make your remote area off the beaten path trekking in Nepal at Dolpo region unforgettable one.
Dolpo Trekking Packages
Dolpo Trekking area is one of the beautiful region consisting many gigantic mountain ranges like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Kanjiroba among many others. There used to be the small kingdom on the lower Dolpo before....Trip Details
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