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Upper Dolpo Trekking

Trip code 159
Package name Upper Dolpo Trekking
Duration 25
Max. elevation 4465 m
Transportation All ground transportation & Domestic Flight
Accomodation Hotels / Lodge / Tent
Starts at Kathmandu
Ends at Kathmandu
Trip route Juphal-Sulighat-Phosundo Lake-Kang La pass-Saldang La pass- Dho Tarap-Dunai
Cost USD 4,250 per person



An area beyond the Himalayas, which conjures up the beauty of ancient monasteries, blue sheep and snow leopard, Dolpo is one of the most remote regions in Nepal and is located in the western part of the country between the Tibetan plateau and the Dhaulagiri ranges. The Upper Dolpo Trekking is about 24 days, which requires the trekkers to get special permission from the government. The Upper Dolpo hiking is famous as remote and restricted trekking destination in Nepal. The Dolpo district is an exceptionally isolated region, which hasn’t been in touch with the modern lifestyle, so the culture and way of living have remained same since ancient period. The trekking region was closed to foreigners until late eighties, but still trekkers aren’t allowed to go without any acquaintance, therefore group trekking is suggested for this trek route. Don’t miss the once in a lifetime opportunity to go to this trekking if you are physically capable and have got enough time to spare here. You are required to have previous experience is high altitude trekking.

Upper Dolpo Trek goes through lovely valleys, local settlements, intriguing spots, enormous mountains and greenery woods of pines, oaks, rhododendrons and so on. The fundamental feature of the trek is terrific scenes, remote village of Ringmo, astounding Shey Phoksundo Lake, which is the deepest lake of Nepal, Dho Tarap, which is the locality of people at highest altitude in the world, Shey Ghumpa, which is known to be the most important gumba in Nepal and the hundreds years old monasteries. The books called “The Snow Leopard” and “Himalayan Pilgrimage” written by Peter Matthiessen and David Snellgrove has added to the persona and fascination of Dolpo. Both of them went by the Shey Gompa, to the north of the Phoksundo Lake, Inner Dolpo. This is the objective of most trekkers yet this Upper Dolpo trek will take you significantly into mystique area. The exotic half plant, half animal species, Yarsa Gumba is also found in this region.

Upper Dolpo region is remote from the city area, and your arrival will be arranged in two flights. From Kathmandu, you’ll fly to the town of Nepalgunj and stay overnight there. Next morning you will get into forty five minute flight to Juphal and that same day you’ll be able to trek on to Chunuwar. June, July and August are considered to be the best month of the year for this trek .Regardless, it’ll still be cold, particularly at night, so ensure to pack your warm jacket and a four-season sleeping bag.

Physical Conditions and Experience Requirements

24 days of upper Dolpo Trekking is considered as moderate. If you jog or perform morning walks regularly then it would not be any problem for you to walk on the trail. However, it is highly recommended that you should start doing mild exercises one month prior to your trekking date. This would help in creating best Himalayan walking holiday experience. Having said that, it should be noted Technical Skill are not needed. The major hurdle is an altitude. Therefore, person having past medical history of lung, heart and blood diseases are extremely advised to consult your doctor before embarking on this journey.

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Why is the upper Dolpo a restricted region in Nepal?

Upper Dolpo is a restricted region in Nepal due to its proximity to the border with Tibet, its unique culture, and its fragile environment. Upper Dolpo is located in the remote region of western Nepal, and it shares a border with Tibet. The Nepalese government has designated Upper Dolpo as a "restricted region" to protect its unique culture and environment, and to prevent illegal border crossings.

Upper Dolpo is home to the Dolpo people, who have a distinct culture and language. The Dolpo people are known for their traditional way of life, including their use of yaks for transportation and their practice of Tibetan Buddhism. The government has restricted access to the region to protect the Dolpo people's culture and way of life.

The environment of Upper Dolpo is also fragile, with high-altitude desert landscapes, unique flora and fauna, and limited water resources. The government restricts access to the region to limit the impact of tourism on the environment and to preserve its natural beauty.

To enter Upper Dolpo, foreigners must obtain a special permit from the Nepalese government, and they must be accompanied by a licensed guide. The permit fee is also much higher than for other regions of Nepal. The restrictions on travel to Upper Dolpo are designed to protect its unique culture, fragile environment, and border security.

Alternative trekking packages in Nepal

We have many adventurous treks in Nepal, like the Manaslu circuit. We have hand-picked these trekking packages for experienced trekking looking for a challenging venture in the Himalayas. The packages are the Kanchenjunga circuit trek, Manalu base camp trek, Everest three high passes trek, Upper Dolpo trek, and Langtang Gosaikunda Helambu trek.

Beginner trekkers can check out these packages- Langtang valley trek, Ghorepani Poon hill trek, Mardi 
Himal trek, Everest Panorama trek, and Khopra Danda trek. 

Special Restricted Area Permit for upper dolpo trek 

The Upper Dolpo trek is a remote and restricted area trek in Nepal, which requires a Special Restricted Area Permit (SRAP) to enter. The SRAP is issued by the Nepal government through the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu or the immigration office in Pokhara.

To obtain the SRAP for the Upper Dolpo trek, you must follow these steps:

1:Hire a registered trekking agency in Nepal and provide them with the necessary details such as passport copy, passport size photo, and other required documents.

2:The agency will apply for the SRAP on your behalf by submitting your application to the Department of Immigration or the immigration office in Pokhara.

3:The Department of Immigration will process your application, and if approved, will issue the SRAP to your agency.

4:Once the SRAP is issued, your trekking agency will provide you with a copy of the permit. You must carry the original SRAP with you during the trek, and show it to the authorities at various checkpoints along the way.

5:Please note that the Upper Dolpo trek is a challenging and remote trek, and requires experienced and well-equipped trekking guides and porters. It is also recommended that you trek with a group for safety reasons.

upper dolpo  trek difficulty & altitude sickness

Upper Dolpo Trek is considered a challenging trek with high altitude passes and remote, rugged terrain. The trek is physically demanding, and trekkers should be in good physical condition with some previous hiking or trekking experience. The trek involves steep ascents and descents, rocky trails, and several high-altitude passes, including the Kang La Pass at an altitude of 5,360 meters.

Altitude sickness is a common concern during the Upper Dolpo Trek, as trekkers will be hiking at high altitudes for extended periods. Altitude sickness occurs when the body doesn't adjust well to the reduced air pressure and oxygen levels at higher elevations. Symptoms of altitude sickness can range from mild to severe and may include headaches, nausea, fatigue, dizziness, and shortness of breath.

To minimize the risk of altitude sickness, it is essential to acclimatize properly by gradually ascending to higher altitudes over several days, staying hydrated, and eating a balanced diet. Trekkers should also be aware of the signs and symptoms of altitude sickness and seek medical attention if necessary.

It is recommended to consult with a medical professional before embarking on the Upper Dolpo Trek and to ensure that you have adequate travel insurance coverage. It's also a good idea to trek with a reputable guide or trekking company who can provide support and assistance in case of an emergency.

Food & Accommodation during the upper mustang trekking

During the Upper Mustang trekking, you will need to arrange for your own food and accommodation as there are no lodges or teahouses in the region.

You can either bring your own food supplies or purchase them in the towns along the way. The most commonly available food items are rice, lentils, noodles, potatoes, and seasonal vegetables. Meat is not widely available due to the difficulty of transporting it to the region.

In terms of accommodation, there are guesthouses and campsites available in the villages along the trekking route. The guesthouses offer basic amenities such as a bed, blanket, and shared bathroom facilities. If you plan on camping, you will need to bring your own tent and sleeping bag.

It is advisable to carry some extra food supplies and warm clothing as the weather can be unpredictable in the region. Additionally, it is important to stay hydrated by carrying a sufficient amount of water or water purification tablets as there may be limited access to clean drinking water.

upper dolpo trek best time

The best time to trek to Upper Dolpo is during the months of September, October, and November, which is the autumn season in Nepal. During this time, the weather is generally clear, and the temperature is pleasant, making it ideal for trekking.

The spring season, which falls between March and May, is also a good time to trek to Upper Dolpo. During this time, the weather is warm and stable, and the trek offers stunning views of blooming flowers and lush vegetation.

It's important to note that Upper Dolpo is a remote and high-altitude region, and weather conditions can be unpredictable. It's best to consult with a local trekking agency or guide to get the latest information on weather conditions and to plan your trek accordingly.

Can you do trekking in the upper dolpo trek solo?

The Upper Dolpo region is a remote area of Nepal and the trek can be challenging, both physically and mentally.

A solo trekker will need to be completely self-sufficient and carry all their own food, water, and equipment. They will also need to be able to navigate the terrain and find their way without assistance.

Additionally, the Upper Dolpo trek requires a special permit which can only be obtained through a registered trekking agency. These agencies can provide guides and porters who can assist solo trekkers, ensuring their safety and helping them navigate the trail.

Therefore, it is recommended to trek with a guide or a porter or in a group, even though it may increase the cost, as it will ensure safety and support during the trek.

Travel insurance for upper dolpo trek  

If you are planning to go on the Upper Dolpo trek, it is highly recommended that you purchase travel insurance. The terrain in this region can be rugged, and the altitude can also pose health risks, so it is important to have coverage in case of any unforeseen circumstances.

When looking for travel insurance for the Upper Dolpo trek, make sure that it includes coverage for high-altitude trekking, emergency medical expenses, emergency evacuation, and trip cancellation/interruption. It is also important to check the policy's coverage limits, as well as any exclusions or limitations.

You can find several travel insurance providers online that offer coverage specifically for adventure and high-altitude trekking. Some of the popular providers include World Nomads, IMG Global, and Seven Corners. It is recommended to compare the policies and prices of a few different providers to find the best coverage for your needs and budget.

Before purchasing any travel insurance policy, make sure to carefully read the terms and conditions and understand what is covered and what is not. It is also a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider before embarking on a high-altitude trek, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions.

upper dolpo trek tips

1:Luggage: During theupper dolpo trekking you can carry a small backpack to keep essentials with you all the time and a duffel bag for heavy luggage. The weight limit for a duffel bag is 10kg per person. Porters will carry duffel bags, and you'll be given a small bag or backpack to carry your essentials for the day. 

2:Internet: The availability of internet connection along the upper dolpo trail is limited. You'll find Wi-Fi in some of the teahouses and lodges along the trekking route, but the quality and speed of the internet can vary. It's best to get a local SIM card with a data plan for emergency communication or to stay connected with family and friends. 

3:Charging: There are paid charging stations available in most of the tea houses along the trekking route, but it's best to carry your own power bank or battery charger. The charging facilities may not be reliable or compatible with your electronic devices, so it's best to have your own backup. 

4:Tips: Tipping is customary and a way of showing gratitude to guides, porters, and other support staff. The amount you tip depends on the level of service you receive and your satisfaction with it. You can tip USD 2 to the driver, USD 20-30 to the tour guide, and USD 200 to the trek guide & porter. This is just an example amount. 

5:Personal Expenses: Your personal expenses during the upper dolpo trek will depend on your preferences and the duration of your trek. The cost of extra food, drinks, and other items such as snacks, toiletries, and souvenirs can add up quickly. You can budget around $10 to $15 per day for food and other personal expenses on the trail. 

6:Airport Pick-up & Drop-off: We will arrange airport pick-up and drop-off services in Kathmandu as per our Manaslu circuit trek itinerary. Our team will be at your service as per the fixed time. Any additional airport service request will cost you money.

7:Hot Shower: Most of the tea houses along the upper dolpo trek route have hot shower facilities. But, you'll need to pay an additional fee for hot showers. The cost of a hot shower can vary from $3 to $5 depending on the location and quality of the tea house.

8:Laundry: You can get your clothes washed and dried in most of the tea houses and lodges along the trekking route for a fee. The cost can vary from $2 to $4 per item. The best option is to carry wet wipes and enough clothes for the journey.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m/4264ft)

Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, a representative from Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage will pick us up from the airport and take us to our hotel. In the afternoon, we may take a rest or visit Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage office. In the evening, there will be a welcome dinner hosted by Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage. For dinner, you will be served excellent authentic Nepalese cuisine. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 2 : Kathmandu: sightseeing and trek preparation

Today after breakfast we start a guided tour to several of the most historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu. Some of these landmarks are considered World Heritage Sites including the historic Durbar Square, the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, the famous ‘Monkey Temple’ (Swayambhunath) and Buddhist shrine (Bouddhanath), which is one of the largest stupas in the world. At noon, there will be a pre-trip discussion where we can meet our trek leader and other team members. Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage will brief us regarding our trek as well as provide us with an opportunity to ask any questions we may have regarding our upcoming adventure. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 3 : Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj: 1 hour

After our short excursion in Kathmandu, we take an hour-long flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj, located in Western Nepal. Nepalgunj, a town near the Nepal-India border, is also the gateway to Simikot, Humla. The town itself is an interesting Terai town that showcases the diverse culture of Nepal. In Nepalgunj, we visit the local market, mini-zoo and nearby villages. Overnight in Nepalgunj.

Day 4 : Fly from Nepalgunj to Jhuphal (Dolpo) and trek to Dunai (2,850m/9,348ft): 45 mins flight, 2-3 hours trek

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We fly to Jhupal after breakfast. The town is beautifully located over the Himalayan foothills, with views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri peaks to its north. Here, we meet our trekking staff and begin the adventure. We walk through terraced fields to the Bheri River and its narrow gorge. We continue walking to Dunai, which is the administrative headquarter of the Dolpo region. We explore the small town in the evening and camp there for the night.

Day 5 : Dunai to Ankhe (2,896m/9,499ft): 5-6 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We leave Dunai and cross a suspension bridge and turn to the west following a trail past a hospital. The trail ascends up the side of the treeless, Thulo Bheri valley before entering Phoksundo river valley. During the walk we get to the view of Kagmara Peak up the valley. We pass through walnut groves, Dhera and Rahagaun villages, walk down dense jungles and finally reach Ankhe. Overnight in Ankhe.

Day 6 : Ankhe to Sulighat: 5-6 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

Our trail ascends and descends along a wooded riverbank and climbs on a steep trail. The ups and downs can be a bit monotonous, but there are several streams along the way that offer a chance to cool off. The trail eventually leaves the forests and passes through a grassy slope high above the river. We trek downhill on a trail surrounded by lush forests before reaching a cliff followed by a dizzying drop on a wobbly stone staircase to the river bank. We continue trekking until we reach Sulighat where we spend the night.

Day 7 : Sulighat to Phoksundo Lake (3,611m/11,849 ft) 4-5 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We continue our journey along the valley floor to the confluence of the Phoksundo and Pungmo rivers. After crossing a bridge, we walk on the western bank of the Pungmo Khola. The trail passes through a cedar forest before reaching Palam village. From here we trek up to a ridge and enjoy distant views of Phoksundo Lake and a spectacular waterfall, one of the highest in Nepal. Next, our trail descends through birch forests to the upper reaches of the Phoksundo Khola, and then to the picturesque Ringmo village with its mud-plastered chortens and mani walls. From here it is a short walk to the shores of the Phoksundo Lake. Overnight at Phoksundo Lake.

Day 8 : Trek to Phoksundo Khola: 4-5 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

Our trail moves around the top western end of the Phoksundo Lake as it contours on a rocky ledge along the lake’s western bank. This unsteady trail suspended on a gangway of wood supported on pegs driven into crevasse in the rocks, signals the remoteness of the area we are about to enter. At the westernmost edge of the lake the path leads through a lush meadow that opens up into the flood plain of the Phoksundo Khola. Then we walk through the valley, crossing the river and avoiding the occasional boggy marsh underfoot and then coming on the bank of the river to the overnight camp.

Day 9 : Phoksunds Khola to Phoksundo Bhanjyang: 6-7 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

For an hour or so we walk on a trail that leads us along the level path through a glacial valley which heads due north. At the confluence of the Phoksundo Khola and another mountain stream, there is an old wooden bridge. From here, we walk towards the north-east. A long climb brings us to a sheep meadow where our trail veers up a steep ravine. A hard climb to the top brings us to yet another valley where we can see the Kang-La pass. We set up our camp near the pass in a place that Peter Matthiessen christened ‘Snowfields Camp’. During our trek today we also get to admire the views of Chhamlang peak 6 (6739m) and peak 7 (6105m).

Day 11 : Phoksundo Bhanjyang to Shey Gompa (4,500m/14,760ft) via Kang-La pass (5,360m/17,581ft): 5-6 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

In the morning, we ascend on a steep trail littered with slate towards the pass. The climb to the top of the pass is quite strenuous. From the top of Kang-la pass we get excellent views of the large valley dissected by a gushing river. We descend to the valley floor on a steep trail. Next, we walk on a meandering trail along the banks of a river, crossing and re-crossing it several times. There are mud caves lining the hills overlooking the river. We also pass through meadows where we see grazing yaks, hundreds of sheep and domestic mountain goat (Chyangra). After crossing a quaint log bridge we reach the Shey Gompa compound where we will be spending the nigh

Day 12 : Acclimatization and rest at Shey Gompa

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

Shey Gompa was built in 1655 and the monastery is noted for its giant copper with gilded gold statue of a seated Shakyamuni Buddha. To the east of the gompa is Crystal Mountain which is one of the strangest mountains, as its contorted cliffs are laced with quartz and embedded with a rich variety of marine fossils. Today is another well-earned rest day for acclimatization. We spend the day hiking around Shey village which is famous for its ancient pre-Buddhist culture, the Bon Po. In Dolpo the ancient Tibetan way of life combines animism with the teaching of Buddha. Overnight in Shey Gompa.

Day 13 : Shey Gompa to Namduna Gaun (4,800m/15,744ft) via Saldang La (5,200m/17,056ft):

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Day 14 : Namduna Gaun to Saldang (3,620m/ 11,874ft): 4-5 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We leave the village and climb up a slope and begin a long walk along dusty barren mountains. After 3-4 hours of hard climb, we begin to see Saldang Village below us on a plateau high above the Namga Khola stream. It has a picturesque appearance. Saldang is the largest village of the inner Dolpo area. The village stretches for nearly two kilometers on an open slope and consists of five villages having about eighty well-built houses with nearly six hundred people. It is a prosperous village not only agriculturally but also for its strategic location on a trade route to Tibet. Overnight in Saldang.

Day 15 : Trek to Sibu (4,560m/14,957ft): 6-7 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

From Yangze, there are two trails that connect to Sibu. To save time we will retrace the path back towards Saldang village, which will be much easier and shorter than the other route. From Saldang we walk along a river and pass through terraced fields, stupas, chortens, heaps of mani stones and a Chaiba monastery, then pass through the Namdo village, which is also prosperous, with about sixty houses having nearly 400 inhabitants. It stretches for more than 5 km on the high slopes to the left of Nam Khong Khola. The Namdo monastery is located near the river bed. Our journey continues further down the river for another two hours to camp near a small settlement of Sibu.

Day 16 : Trek From Sibu to Jeng-la Phedi (4,900m/16,072ft): 5-6 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We walk along the Nam Khong Khola for a while and pass by caravans with yaks that are moving towards the Tibetan border. After turning east and walking for a while, we arrive at a confluence of two small streams. Next, the steep trail ascends to a grazing area below the Jeng La pass (4,900m/16,072ft). Our camp will be set up in this beautiful meadow. Overngiht in Jeng la Phedi.

Day 17 : Trek From Jeng-la Phedi to Tokyu Gaon (4209m/13809ft) via Jeng La pass (5,090m/16,695ft): 5-6 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We get up early in the morning and set forth on today’s trek. It will take us two long hours to reach the top of the Jeng La pass from where we get remarkable views of the north face of the Dhaualgiri massif. From here we descend on a rough trail to the Tarap Valley, a fascinating valley with vast plains in high mountains that extends twenty kilometers along Tarap Chu river. We camp close to the monastery at Tokyu.

Day 18 : Trek From Tokyu to Dho Tarap(4,040m/13,251ft): 4-5 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We trek downhill on a plain valley with patches of lush grass on both sides of the river which is completely different from other parts of inner Dolpo. There is also a marsh which is a common feature in the Desert Mountains of Tibet and the Ladakh Himalaya. Both the Bon Po and Buddhist sects are practiced in the valley. After a short trek, we reach Dho Tarap). Overnight in Dho Tarap.

Day 19 : Dho Tarap to Tarap Khola (Kamakharka) (3,800m/12,464ft): 6-7 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

From Tarap we descend towards a wide valley which eventually narrows into a gorge. We walk along juniper and wild rose bushes just above the tree line. On our trek we see herds of blue sheep and by the afternoon, we reach the confluence of the Tarap Chu and the Lang Khola, a stream that joins with Tarap River from further east. We will make our camp on a nice meadow also known as Kamakharka and spend the night.

Day 20 : Trek From Tarap Khola to Khanigaon(3,150m/10,332ft): 4-5 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

We continue walking down the gorge of the Tarap River, at times alongside it. During our walk we pass by the local people who will be taking their herds to lower pastures for the winter. This will be one of the most exciting days of this trip as the valley becomes so narrow in a deep gorge that in some places we can jump from one side to another. Sometimes there is no trace of a path and we may have to walk across stone slabs fitted on logs in between the walls which act as a bridge. The gorge also provides unexpected adventure and thrills. At some places, the bridges are either damaged or washed away and we may be forced to cross the icy torrent on foot. Finally, we reach our camping spot beside the Tarap Khola at Khanigaon where we spend the night.

Day 21 : Trek From Khanigaon to Tarakot (2,537m/8,321ft): 4-5 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

From the camp we follow a trail that takes us to the village of Lalberi. Our trail then passes through a lush forest, descends into another gorge and continues to follow the river again. After reaching Tarakot, we can visit Sandul Gompa which lies about 8 km east of the village at a juncture of Barbung Khola and Tarap Chu. The monastery stands on a hill to the south of Bheri River. Today we camp by the Tarap Chu river about 150 meters below Tarakot, near the police post. Overnight in Tarakot.

Day 22 : Trek From Tarakot to Dunai (2,140m/7,019ft): 5-6 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

we begin our trek on a trail behind the Bheri River before crossing a bridge near the Lawan village. Our trail will continue alongside the big Bheri Rriver ascending until the Byas Gadi. From here the trail moves towards the west on a relatively easy trail. We cross the river again near the Lochakhola Gaon and ascend to Dunai for an overnight stay. Today’s trek will mostly be on a wonderful gorge with pine trees. Overnight in Dunai.

Day 23 : Trek From Dunai to Jhuphal: 2-3 hours

Accomodations: Tented camps

Meal Includes: Dinner, breakfast & lunch

Fron Dunai, we trek along the Bheri River enjoying the beautiful landscape. On the way, we pass through Dhupichaur and Rupgad villages as well as a temple. We continue trekking via Kalagaonda village and Motipur village before reaching the small airstrip. Overnight in Jhuphal.

Day 24 : Fly from Jhuphal to Nepalgunj and then to Kathmandu

We take the earliest flight from Jhupal to Nepalgunj. Upon reaching Nepalgunj, we return to Kathmandu on the next available flight.

Day 25 : Final departure

Our adventure in Nepal comes to an end today! A representative from Nepal Adventure Pilgrimage will take us to the airport approximately 3 hours before the scheduled flight.


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