Jumla, and Rara Trek is one of the famous adventurous treks in the isolated and remote wilderness which offers you an opportunity to explore the unexplored natural beauty and cultural uniqueness of the remote people. This is one of the most beautiful areas for the national and international travelers for trekking, camping, birds watching and many more.
Jumla, and Rara trek let you to know about the rare and endangers flora and fauna where it is investigated that more than 230 bird’s species come to visit this pristine area every year and around 1070 species of fauna including the beautiful national flower of Nepal, Rhododendron, brown oak, fir, birch and many more are found in this beautiful sub-alpine region. This gentle trail provides you chances to encounter with around 51 mammals of species,241 bird’s species, two amphibians and reptile’s species, three rare fish species and many more.
You can witness and enjoy endanger animals like Musk deer, Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, Indian Leopard, Himalayan Tahr, Jackal, Otter, Yellow-throated Marten, Gray langur, Dhole, Rhesus Macaque and so on.
Rara Lake is one of the biggest lakes in Nepal which is located inside the smallest and beautiful national park called Rara National Park. This stunning Rara Lake is surrounded by calm haven forests and a paradise for bird watchers. Mugu, also famous for ancient shrines to the local deity called ‘Masta’, wooden effigies of spirits festooned with cloth, flowers, bells, and rock pillars etched with figures of ageless sun and the moon.
Jumla, and Rara trek begins after a flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and in the same day, we take a connecting flight to Jumla or kolti then we will begin officially our trek from Jumla. Around three hours of gentle trail lead you to the popular destinations, Rara lake and Rara National Park where you can enjoy seeing various flora, fauna, and unique scenery of this area.