This is a far and remote region of myths and adventures to be explored and where you can experience ancient culture, traditions, wilderness and flora & fauna. Most of the areas of this region are isolated from the outer world and only a few trekkers have ventured here so far. Compared to Nepal's other, more popular trekking regions, this region offers the feeling of real Nepal with its rural traditions. Trekking into this region offers aerious trekkers an opportunity to explore the country's long preserved secrets: snow-covered glaciers, hidden valleys, mediaeval villages, spectacular lakes, Buddhist Monasteries,flora and fauna and cultural diversities. Only fully supported camping treks provide access to this remote region and requires a special permit. Most of the areas are untouched and remain isolated from the outer world. The acclaimed movie "Himalaya" is a poignant portrayal of this wonderful region. Most of the parts of this region remain in the rain shadow and the best time for trekking here is from late August to September.
This is one of the most wonderful treks and gives you an opportunity to experience a part of the hitherto little known far-west Dolpo region of Nepal. Traveling through the valley of Suli Gad, you will cross beautiful forests of pine and juniper. The trail continues above a gorge along with a waterfall until you reach the Buddhist village of Ringmo.
This is the best known of the many isolated high Himalayan valley treks across north western Nepal. High above tree level, much of Upper Dolpo looks like the surface of the moon. Surrounded by high mountains including the Dhaulagiri massif to the southeast and cut off by high passes and closed by snow half the year, Dolpo is close to Tibet, where people emigrated from perhaps 1,000 years ago.
The pristine Rara Lake and Rara National Park are a beautifully preserved alpine reserve in western Nepal . This is a total wilderness trek following off the beaten track from Jumla. This is a short and very rewarding trek with stunning views and different cultural experience than rest of Nepal.
Deep in the heart of the remote area of Western Nepal, nestled between the sweltering Indian subcontinent and the frozen plains of the Tibetan plateau, Api Himal trek offers lovely forests, high passes, remote villages and varied cultures. This trekking trail is named after Api Himal (7132 m) and lies off the beaten track. Very few number of tourist visits this area. The natives are both Hindus and Buddhists and have still followed their ancient cultures and rituals. We can explore different villages en route and observe the lifestyle of the local people.