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Start/End: Kathmandu to Kathmandu
Dunai to Jumla trek is a lower Dolpa that offers an outstanding trekking experience in the remote western region of Nepal, the upper area of the Tarap Khola and Shey Phokundo lake. The route passes through the desolate plateau, dry land of the valley, and snow-capped peaks.
This trek destination is a simple but the finest trekking to explore the rare culture and tradition of local people influenced by Tibetan culture and living style. Trek from Dunai to Jumla is an outstanding route wrapping the beautiful wonders of nature which includes two inspiring and challenging Passes such as Bagala Pass(5100 meters) and Numala Pass(5115 meters). During the trail passing through Numala and Bangala Pass, we can explore panoramic Himalayan ranges such as the Annapurna ranges, Kyanguripa, Nilgiri Himal, Dhaulagiri ranges, and other stunning Himalayan ranges. There are different endangered animals like snow leopard, musk deer, Goral, Himalayan Thar, bear, blue sheep, flora and fauna, residing in the Shey Phoksundo National Park and gorgeous views of Nilgiri, Kyanguripa, Annapurna Range, Dhaulagiri Range, and other mountains of Nepal. The months like September to November and March to May are considered the best season to conquer this trekking route.
Dunai to Jumla Trek begins from Juphal. We will pass through barren alpine lands, green lush, and subalpine vegetation. Exploring the hidden treasure of Tarap Valley, high passes of Num – La and Baga – La are towering between Tarap valley and Phoksundo valley before entering Phoksundo Lake. This route of the trek provides a rewarding experience for the trans-Himalayas. We pass through the green lush alpine vegetation and cross several rivers, monasteries, and villages in the Shey Phoksundo national park. This area's buffer zones impart a lifetime of memorable experiences and adventures while trekking to Jumla from Dunai.
- Experience a distinct mixture of ethnic groups
- Good high-altitude scenery
- Opportunity to explore the relatively unexplored territory
- Attractive lakes, rivers, dense forests, and wildlife of Nepal
- Crossing over challenging three high passes with the spectacular views
- Explore panoramic Himalayan ranges such as Annapurna ranges, Dhaulagiri ranges, Nilgiri Himal, Kyanguripa, and other stunning Himalayan ranges.