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 with Trekking Experts begins with fly to Nepalgunj and then to Jumla. This most scenic trek brings you to less crowded and largely untouched, naturally rich and sorounched by snowcapped mountains. You’ll trek peacefully through glades of juniper, spruce and pine, with the ever-present peaks of the Himalayas embellishing the view to one side and the pristine waters of Rara Lake adding their own reflective gifts on the other. Beginning from Kathmandu, this trek heads out on a path to Chere Chaur and Chalachaur over the next few days, hiking up through Sinja Valley along mountain trails towards our prime destination of Rara Lake.
Witness the world’s largest glacial lake-Rara Lake at 2900 meters from sea level
Explore the natural beauty and untouched culture of Jumla region
Trekking in Sinja valley, an important old historical place of Nepal
Explore the rich bio-diversity of Rara National Park
Enjoy the beautiful landscape and view of distant peaks of Dolpo and Api Himal
Walk through beautiful pine, birch, and rhododendron forests
Experience authentic culture and lifestyle of Jumla district