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Rara Lake Trek In Nepal

Duration: 14 Days
Max Altitude: 3000m
Activity: Trekking
Group Size: 1+
Rara Lake Trek

Trip Introduction

One of the most fascinating and incredible treks called Rara lake trek.   The area lake trek covers a whole Himalayan range lies north-west of Kathmandu in the remote area of Karnali. The length of Rara Lake is 5 kilometres and width is only 2 kilometres.

The journey to Rara Lake is totally different than another trek because of its own unique features. Such as the route to Rara lake is too much off beaten track and affords glimpses of Himalayans, Forest as well culture. Rara Lake is the highest lake in Nepal and Proudly addressed by Nepalese as the Queen of Lakes. The other attraction of this trek is Rara National Park which is considered to be the finest parks in the world and is an ideal habitat for Red panda, Thar,  leopard, Himalayan Goral, musk deer, Himalayan black bear and other exotic animals as well as birds.

The month of November and April is a very special time to watch diverse birds which are migrated from other places.  In the winter season, the lake ridge is surrounded by snow as well Another special attraction of this trek is a profusion of alpine flowers during the autumn season. The Rara lake trek is surrounded by a beautiful forest of juniper, pine, spruce as well its host verity of unique flora and fauna. The park has more than 200 species of birds, 51 species of mammals as well more than 1000 species of Flora.

The month of April to May as well September to October is the best time for this trek. We suggest that Rara Lake Trek is suitable for those trekkers who are mentally as well as physically fit.

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