Rara Lake Tour

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Duration 9 Days
starting at

$675 USD

  • Holiday Type

    Family
  • Best Season

    Any
  • Max-Altitude

    2290m
  • Difficulty Level

    Easy
  • Group Size

    2-20 persons
  • Accomodation

    Tea House

Overview

Rara Lake Jeep Tour starts from Kathmandu. It is 8 nights 9 days comfortable driving tour via surkhet, Kalikot and Gamghadi. Rara Lake is situated in the far northwestern part of Nepal. Rara Lake is the biggest lake in Nepal. Rara is at an altitude of 2990 m, surrounded by green hills. The number of tourists visiting iconic Rara Lake in western Nepal has swelled tremendously after the Surkhet-Jumla section of Karnali Highway was completed. One can enjoy boating in clear water, hike to nearby hills with breathtaking views of hills and mountains. More than 500 different kinds of flowers, 20 different species of mammals and 214 species of birds can be observed at Rara National Park.
Rara Lake Tour by Jeep is a long drive tour, but the memory it offers cannot be compared. It kicks off in Kathmandu, drive to Surkhet, then to Gamgadhi or Talcha and let you enjoy the beauty of the queen of the Lakes, Rara, which is located at 2990 meters altitude. It is a naturally rewarded destination in Mugu. The evergreen forest and the dazzling Himalayan peaks surround the Lake. Rara National Park bound up the region, which is a real platform to enjoy the smell of the countryside, beautifully located that offers the chirping bird melodies and the view of the fauna. This is a platform for you to discover yourself about your existence in the modern world and the importance of an outing in the mind blowing nature.

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Trip Includes

  • Kathmandu-Rara Lake- Kathmandu by Jeep.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Hotel/lodge accommodation

Trip Excludes

  • Your personal expenses
  • Activities in Rara Lake
  • Extra day/night cost
  • Tips for guide/driver

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