Monsoon season in Nepal is the month of June, July, and August. There is a trekking region in Nepal which is a rain shadow area. Upper Mustang, Lower Dolpo, and Upper Dolpo are the major trekking destination during monsoon. Those areas are less vegetation similar to the Tibetan plateau. It receives very little rain in those areas; at the same time, other regions in Nepal get weighty rain that can last the whole day. Fewer vegetation areas get greenery after little rain, which makes the area more charming that is even beneficial for trekkers because greenery provides more oxygen which caused easy to breathe at high altitudes.
Upper Mustang Trek
Upper Mustang Trekking is one of the most remarkable and adventurous treks of the Mustang region in Nepal. During the trekking journey, with Himalayan views, you’ll pass through some ancient villages of Kagbeni, Lo Manthang, Jomsom, Chhuksang, and Chele. All these villages are such remarkable places with beautiful landscapes and cultural diversity.
This unique trek passes through desert-like landscapes, deep canyons, beautiful waterfalls, eroded cliffs, and mountain valleys. While walking along the side of the Kali Gandaki river you’ll get striking views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Nilgiri, and Mt. Annapurna.
Upper Mustang is also known as the Last Forbidden Kingdom. It was once part of Tibet and salt caravans used to cross the Himalayas of Nepal. It lies in the rain shadow area of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges and thus turned this land into a barren desert. So, this place is also called the “mountain desert”. The Upper Mustang trek will reward you with diverse landscapes combined with the authentic Nepali-Tibetan culture. En route, you’ll encounter Tamang, Gurung, Mustangi, and Tibetan inhabitants. During this wonderful trek, you’ll also walk along the Kali Gandaki gorge which is one of the deepest gorges in the world.
Further, you’ll also visit Muktinath temple which is an important pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. Trek ends with a short scenic flight back to Pokhara from Jomsom and followed by a drive to Kathmandu. Upper Mustang Trekking is the best option for those who want to explore the remote and untouched treasures of the Himalayas! The scenery along the entire trail is simply stunning.
Lower Dolpo Trek
Lower Dolpo Trek is one of the most beautiful and amazing trekking destinations in Nepal. The 19-day trek gives you full satisfaction with charming villages and natural beauty. The main attraction of this trek is Shey- Phoksundo Lake, ancient Buddhist monasteries as well as the Tibetan plateau, and many more. This trek has become very famous among trekkers since the route opened in 1989. Trekking in Lower Dolpo offers you a remarkable and worthwhile experience of a lifetime.
Nepal Dream Path Treks start the lower Dolpo trek with a short flight to Jhupal from Nepalgunj. The trail passes through beautiful villages, deep Georges, and remote areas. The people of this region are still practicing the pre-Buddhist Bon Po religion. We get a chance to see endangered animals like snow leopards, Himalayan musk deer, Himalayan thar, and many more. The trekkers have to pass two high passes: Numa La (5360 m), the highest point of the trek, and Baga La (5070 m). From these passes, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Dhaulagiri range, Norbung Kang, and many other snow-covered mountains. We provide our trekkers with the best service making their trip joyful and unforgettable. At last from Phoksundo Lake, you have to follow back with the beautiful Phoksindo River on the way we pass a charming village then we rich to Juphal. The next day we will fly back to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj.
Upper Dolpo Trek
Upper Dolpo Treks is a remote and unspoiled trekking area that lies near the Tibetan border of Nepal. The trek offers the beauty of the unspoiled and untouched land of Nepal. The trek opens in the late eighties for trekkers before this area was restricted and closed to a foreigner. In this upper Dolpo trek special permit is also necessary for the exploration. The main attraction of this trek is the High Himalayan passes (5151m), Shey Gompa-800 years old Monastery, and Phoksundo Lake.
With Nepal Dream Path treks, Upper Dolpo Treks start after having a sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and obtaining a special permit from immigration. We take our flight from Kathmandu to Juphal via Nepalganj. Following the path, we trek north onto Shey Phoksundo National Park and steep ascent to cross the Nangdola la Pass. From this area, you can enjoy the whole view of Dolpo Valley to Dhaulagiri and snow-capped mountains. The scenery begins to change with the hills becoming shades of red, brown, and gray, and one can hear a prayer flag fluttering at the top of the pass. This upper Dolpo trek is one of the great trekking experiences in Nepal. Here is a holy mountain known as `Crystal Mountain’ that`s why many pilgrims visit this upper Dolpo every year. In this area, we can rarely find people who can understand Nepali. Although it lies in a remote area, this is the perfect place for adventure and creating lifetime memories. Summer and Monsoon is the best time for trekking and winter is not perfect because of the heavy snowfall.
Nar Phu Valley Trek
Nar Phu Valley trek is one of the popular treks in Nepal which lies in the remote area of Manang District. You need a special permit to visit this region as this region is considered a restricted area in Nepal. This trek combines the remote villages of Nar and Phu, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, Kang La Pass, and Himalayan culture. Trekkers must be physically fit for doing this trek. It offers a fascinating landscape an extension to the standard Annapurna Circuit tea house trek behind the Annapurna Himal.
Nepal Dream Path starts Nar Phu Valley Trek with a drive from Kathmandu to Chamje, starting point of the Annapurna Circuit. On the way, trekkers can witness the amazing views of mountains such as (Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Ticlicho peaks, and the alpine scenery of hidden mountain valleys. Passing colorful Tibetan chortens and carving stones into deep canyons and gorges, you will get a chance to know about villagers in Phu. It is not only about two villages in the valley; we can see villages like Manang, chamje, Meta, and Kyang along the trail of Nar Phu trekking. The vegetation gradually changes to alpine and then sub-alpine scrub; favored by both Bharal (blue sheep) and snow leopards. We can have the great pleasure of sightseeing inside the Tashi Lhakhang Monastery.
There are two major passes Thorong La Pass and Kang La Pass. In the middle couple of days of the trek take you over the high Kang La pass and then down again to Ngawal. When trekkers go through these two passes they will feel like they are traveling to heaven.