Rara National Park is a protected area in the Himalayas of Nepal and was established in 1976. Covering an area of 106 km2 (41 sq mi) in the Mugu and Jumla districts, it is the country’s smallest national park. Its main feature is Rara Lake at an altitude of 2,990 m (9,810 ft). The park was established to protect the unique flora and fauna of the Humla–Jumla Region of Nepal.
The park ranges in elevation from 2,800 m (9,200 ft) to 4,039 m (13,251 ft) at Chuchemara Peak on the southern side of Rara Lake. On the northern side, the peaks of Ruma Kand and Malika Kand frame the alpine freshwater lake, which is the largest lake in Nepal with a surface of 10.8 km2 (4.2 sq mi) and a maximum depth of 167 m (548 ft). It is oval-shaped with an east–west axis, a length of 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and a width of 3 km (1.9 mi) draining into the Mugu-Karnali River via Nijar Khola. Rara National Park is managed by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation and protected with the assistance of the Nepal Army.
Rara Lake is located in Rara National park. Rara Lake is Nepal’s largest lake and world’s largest glacial lake. Rara Lake is located in Rara National Park. Extraordinary Rara Lake is the most beautiful lake with its crystal clear water lied at an elevation of 2990 meters from sea level. Rara National Park is also one of very beautiful national park which is very rich for diverse nature and wild animals. Trekking Experts offer Rara Lake Trek to witness world’s largest glacial lake and trekking in pristine Rara National Park. Trekking in Rara National Park offers you wide range of forests, snowcapped mountain as its backdrop for the ages; the park preserves not only the lake’s beauty and charm but also acts as an important preserve for much of central Himalaya’s diverse flora and fauna. Rara Lake Trek, Jumla & Rara Lake Trek are popular trekking trips of Rara region.