Dolpo Trek is located in a remote and isolated corner in the western part of Nepal was closed to trekkers until 1989. Lower Dolpo is permitted with low permit fee but for the upper Dolpo you have to pay US$ 50 per day for trek permits.
Lodges and guest houses are not available and you must arrange all camping accommodation via registered trek company “Gokyo Treks Nepal”. Dolpa is lying under the shadow of Himalaya with a mind-boggling natural elegance and cultural heritage.
People of Dolpo are quite similar to Tibetan faces but they are truly Nepali people and follow Bon religion and their language is closer to Tibetan. Shey-Phoksundo Lake is the most charming and main attraction of this region and Num-la and Baga-la pass are another challenging attraction of this trek routes.
Upper Dolpo has been referred to as the last enclave of pure Tibetan culture with the landscape and Buddhist religion of this region quiet similar to Tibet. This region has an endless and rocky landscape inhabited by a solid, enterprising folk who live in some of the highest villages in the world.
In addition, dolpo trek offers an endless variety of mystical landscapes, Buddhist cultures and great people. Not only this but also it is the best place to find Snow Leopard wild animals in this area.