Jumla-Rara Lake Trekking Trip Fact


15 Days

Trip Grade


Max Height





flight/private vehicles

Group Size

Minimum 2

Best Season

Oct-Dec / Mar-May

Per day walking:

5/7 Hours

Trip Overview

The Jumla–Rara Lake trek takes place in the most rural area of Nepal, Karnali province in far west Nepal. Trekking through the diverse landscape from Jumla to Rara is an adventure as well as a beautiful journey. This remote mountain region is home to generous people of different ethnic groups such as Chhetri, Magar, Brahmin, Lamas, etc. practicing both Hindu and Buddhist religions. Jumla is also popular for its organic products like apples and it is the highest place in Nepal where you can find cultivation of rice.  Jumla was a popular kingdom in the history of western Nepal where the origin of the Khas language is based. There is still archaeological evidence in Sinja Valley, ruled by the Malla (Khasa) dynasty between the 12th and 14th centuries. The Rara Lake is known for Mahendra Taal in Nepali, the largest lake situated in Rara National Park, home to more than 214 species of birds, wildlife, and mainly pine forests. We can see the Chuchemara Peak, Malika Kand, and Ruma Kand from the Lake.

Trek Region: Far Western Region

Trekking Type: Hotel/ Tented Camping

Grade: Moderate

Activity: Sightseeing & Trekking

Trip Route: Kathmandu- Nepalgunj- Jumla- Cher Chaur- Chala Chaur- Sinja Valley- Ghorosingha- Rara Lake- Pina- Bumra- Jumla- Nepalgunj- Kathmand


  • Enjoy a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj
  • Explore the natural beauty and tranquility of Rara Lake
  • Authentic culture, lifestyle, abundant wildlife, and uncrowned trails
  • Visit Sinja Valley for an ancient Khas Historical kingdom
  • Pristine forests, high ridges, and alpine meadows
  • Remote Western Trek in Nepal
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