Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek


Trips Fact

  • Duration 26
  • Max-Altitude: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass
  • Best Season: Spring (February – May) and Autumn (September – November)
  • Departure From: Kathmandu
  • Arrival on: Kathmandu
  • Group Size: Min. 2 – Max. 12
  • Breakfast: Meal | Breakfast
  • Diffculty: Moderate to Strenuous
Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek

You collect life aspiring memories accomplishing Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek. Stepping in the Himalayas,  enjoy unspoiled natural beauty, shining pristine mountain ranges, the purest Shey-Phoksundo Lake, arid landscapes, high passes/gorges, ancient sacred monasteries, traditional villages, Yak caravans, ancient culture, rural Himalayan lifestyle and camping. Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek offers you most of Dolpo’s extraordinary natural beauty captured in the Oscar-nominated movie ‘Caravan’.

Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek starts after flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara, then drive to Beni – the headquarters of Myagdi district. After that, you walk through numerous traditional villages, trek to Shey-Phoksundo Lake, step along the Tarap valley, stroll along the Bheri River and pass Jeng La Pass. Also, you visit Yangze Gompa, observe Buddhist culture and enjoy organic ethnic hospitality.

Going into the Dolpo Region, you feel like being out of the world. Opened up for tourism in 1989, the Dolpo region trek offers you memorable adventures in your life – Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Sisne, Mt. Kanjirowa, Lake Phoksundo, Tibetan plateau, yak caravans and over 130 Gompas. You pass through Himalayan passes, reach Dho-Tarap – one of the highest settlements on earth, meet Himalayan people (Tibetan origin), observe their Buddhist culture, visit Gompas and feel the warmth of organic hospitality.

Further, you trek in the Shey-Phoksundo National Park – the country’s largest conservation area, and Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve accompanied by natural flora and fauna, see several species of birds and animals, may encounter Himalayan sheep, musk deer, jackals and snow leopards.

Do not feel shocked seeing growing crops, animal husbandry and trading at this higher altitude. In Dolpo, crops (mainly barley) can be grown once a year. In some lower villages, we see people growing buckwheat, oilseed, potato and radish. You will explore the harsh life of the Dolpali people.

Book your Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek with Lonely Nepal Trek. We promise you to provide the best quality trekking services, security and proper guidance plus assistance. Be ready to collect the most beautiful memories, natural-thrilling moments and life-changing activities.

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  • Witness Dolpo’ssecret beauty of nature captured in the Oscar-nominated movie ‘Caravan’.
  • Touch and feel lake Phoksundo’s shimmering turquoise water
  • Reach Dho-Tarap valley – one of the highest settlements on earth
  • One of the most popular trekking regions in Nepal
  • Meet Himalayan people and their lifestyle, observe Buddhist monasteries, architecture and traditions
  • Comparatively easier, safer, economical (time & money) than Everest Base Camp Trip
  • Average physical fitness trekkers can easily accomplish
  • Well-experienced licensed guides, strong porters and supportive crew members
  • Physically less challenging journey, and heavenly natural pleasure – Collect lifetime experiences
  • One of the most satisfying treks among all destinations in Nepal.

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When you land at the Tribhuvan International Airport, you will meet our representative. He/she will greet you and drive to our luxury Nepali authentic restaurant and assist you to check-in at Thamel. So, please keep your eyes on someone holding a placard with your name or our company’s name – Lonely Nepal.

In the evening, we arrange a short introduction meeting. You will meet your guide, and our trekking expert will provide you with all the detailed information about the trek.

We offer you a welcome dinner and you simply take a rest at the restaurant. Overnight, you stay at our restaurant and restore your energy to accomplish your upcoming adventurous trip to Beni – Lower Dolpo Trek.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, you are going to enjoy the Kathmandu Valley Tour – the city full of World Heritage Sites, Nepali culture and many more to explore.

Early morning, we offer you a warm breakfast and your sightseeing starts with our city guide. At first, you visit Pashupatinath Temple – the holiest Hindu Temple on the bank of the sacred Bagmati River, then move to Boudhanath Stupa – the biggest Buddhist Stupa architecture in the world. After that, we drive you to Patan Durbar Square. In addition, we take you to Swayambhunath Stupa – the 2000 years old legendary stupa on the hilltop also nick-named as monkey temple. Finally, we come to Kathmandu Durbar Square, observe Kumari Temple (living goddess temple), Nautale Durbar, the Kaal Bhairav, the Swet Bhairav, the freak streets and more.

Your exciting city tour finishes in the evening. You take a delicious dinner and take a rest collecting energy for the upcoming adventure.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Your trek to Beni-Lower Dolpo starts after flying (approximately 25 minutes) from Kathmandu to Pokhara – the most beautiful tourist and Lake City in Nepal.

From Pokhara, we drive you to Beni – the headquarters of Myagdi district. During your journey, enjoy beautiful landscapes, terraced paddy farming and fantastic views of the hills and Himalayas.

Overnight, we stay at Beni.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

After taking early breakfast, we follow the trail upstream to Myagdi Khola. When we reach Darbang, the trail rises higher and passes through the alpine forest. Finally, we reach Dharapani and you can witness Dhaulagiri Mountain closely.

Overnight, we stay at Dharapani.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, after enjoying a warm breakfast, we continue our trek above the village witnessing the spectacular views of Mt. Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri. Further, we ascend over a ridge. We continue climbing alongside the Dhara Khola, cross a suspension bridge and pass by waterfalls.

We reach Lumsum – a large Magar village. Following an upward trail for a few hours and passing orchid, we reach Moreni with scattered houses.

Overnight, we stay here at Moreni.


  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today’s hike takes us through rhododendron woodland up to the ridge. The route rises a little more to a crest, then turns right beneath the prayer flags to the huge meadow at Jaljala La. Enjoy the greatest sunset and dawn views ranging from the whole Dhaulagiri (8167m) massif to Purtha Himchuli Nilgiri and the Annapurna range.





  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today’s trek continues across the plateau enjoying better vistas of Dhaulagiri. The route descends from here passing a stone hut and a herder’s cottage before crossing three wooden bridges. Then, we reach the intersection of two streams. Follow the creek as it leads you past more herder houses and pine forest to the large open valley of Gurjaghat. Continue on the level route to Chyantu – Dhorpatan’s first settlement. Follow the dispersed dwellings of Bagatar and Baglung to Dhorpatan hamlet dwelling Tibetans descendants, several Magars and Chhetris.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Leaving Dhorpatan, we start our journey heading north into the completely deserted countryside. Today you feel more challenging but beautiful on the journey. The trail ascends above the valley level, splitting right after 25 minutes to a cluster of homes. The route ascends diagonally to the false peak and then continues to the crest and herder hut. Views of the Phagune Dhuri pass may be seen from the peak. The route crosses the tree line and traverses a rugged wilderness terrain before reaching Phagune Dhuri. You can enjoy spectacular views of the Churen Himal range and Putha Himchuli. The route passes via the forest and reaches our campsite – Thakur.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we follow the trail down to Ghatlang passing through gloomy and mossy woodland. After crossing the wooden bridge we ascend steeply to Ghatlang hamlet. We continue going ups and downs the ridge and reach Khalim on the hilltop. Then, the track falls steeply over roots and through dense forest and drops to Jhatlung Khola. Finally, crossing the bridge, we reach Tatopani.

Overnight, we stay at Tatopani.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we cross the bridge over Pelma Khola and climb steeply for 20 minutes before winding northwest around the slope. You eventually arrive at Gulbang – a large settlement. Then, the route turns left beyond Gulgang and rises out of the Pelma Khola valley. It’s a long climb up through the field, across the side creek, and into a steeply channeled gorge of rhododendron trees. Finally, climb a pass and trek a short distance to Dhule.

Overnight, we stay at Dhule.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we walk upward steeply through the moss-draped woodland above Dhule. Then, the trail steadily ascends the ridge with spectacular views of Dhaulagiri to the east. The walk continues up to Nautale Bhanjyang before descending sharply to Seng Khola valley, a branch of Pelma Khola. We continue our trek along the west side of the river, gradually ascending to the Seng Khola campsite.

Overnight, we stay at a camp.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Our trail west leads gradually leads to the ridge crest at 4,260m. We continue into another side valley and traverse above a small lake. The route climbs gradually toward Panidal La (4530m) and drops another alpine basin, which keeps heading down to the valley floor. Cross the stream and campsite is about 15 minutes’ walk to a meadow ridge.

We follow the west path steadily climbing to the ridge crest. We continue to another side valley, crossing above a tiny lake. The path progressively ascends to Panidal La, then descents into another alpine basin before continuing down to the valley level. After that, we cross the brook and have a walk of approximately 15-minutes. Finally, we reach our campsite – Purpang.


  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

On this day, the trail begins with a rise from the campground to a tiny pass marked by two rocks, then a crossover into the next valley green meadow. Further, the route ascends a sandy, rocky ravine to five rock cairns at the peak of Jangla Bhanjyang. For the first 400 meters, our path dips sharply from the pass, then levels off and makes a high traverse. Round the hill into the next valley for a glimpse of holy Mt Puth, then drop steeply through the forest to upper Shahar Tara. The trek proceeds past the settlement, through maize and millet fields toward the Bheri River.

Finally, we reach Tarakot – today’s final destination.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

After early breakfast, we resume our trek from Tarakot to Laini. We follow the Tarap River upstream, cross a suspension bridge. While having lunch sitting on an open space, you can see Sandul Gompa on the east of Tarakot and an intersection of Baglung Khola and Tarap Chu River.

After a few hours of ups and downs and passing through terraced farmland and rural villages, we reach Laini. Overnight, we stay at a camp here.



  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Having a warm breakfast in the morning, we resume yesterday’s trek following the gorge of the Tarap River. As we move further, the valley gorge becomes narrower. Then, we go down to Chyugur Khola. Continuing our trek further, we reach Nawarpani and set a camp for shelter.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, our trek crosses through Kamattarka – the intersection of the Tarap Chu River and Lang Khola. Then, we walk by a narrow gorge and pass through juniper bushes, wild roses and dry inner Himalayan valleys.

A further walk for about 3 hours, we reach Dho Tarap – the mainly inhabited by the Magars and a few Tibetans.

Overnight, we stay here at Dho Tarap.



  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we take rest, acclimatize and explore Dho Tarap. ‘Dho Tarap’ means ‘lower end of the valley’ in the Tibetan language.

At Dho Tarap, we see a cluster of houses surrounded by crop fields. Also, trek up to the Ribo Bhumpa Gompa above the village. Inside the chorten, you can see paintings representing both Bompo and Nyingma traditions. From Nyingma Gompa, you can have an excellent view of the Tarap valley.

Also, this night, we spend here at Dho Tarap.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we walk passing the wide valley to the narrow gorges. Further, we pass through juniper bushes and wild roses.  In the afternoon, we reach the intersection of Tarap Chu and Lang Khola.

We continue trekking and reach Tokyu village. We observe this village and continue our trek descending for about 3 hours. Finally, we reach Numa La Base Camp. We set up a camp and stay overnight here.


  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, be ready for one of the longest and difficult days during your trek. After warm morning breakfast, we head towards Numa La Pass and cross it. From the ridge of Numa La, you can witness outstanding views of surrounding landscapes – from an incredible Dolpo mountain to the Dhaulagiri.

From Numa La, we drop to Baga La Bhedi, set up a camp and stay there overnight.


  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Our trek from Baga La Pass starts after taking early breakfast. We reach the top of the Baga La ridge and witness astonishing scenes of surrounding landscapes and snow-capped mountains such as Kanjirowa in distance. After spending some time at Baga La ridge, we go down for about 3 hours to reach Dajok Tang. Overnight, we stay here.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we have a comparatively short trek to complete. After early breakfast, we leave Dajok and pass through alpine forests. Then, we pass by pastures and farmland. With a few ups and downs, we reach Phoksundo Lake – our today’s final destination.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

We enjoy our delicious breakfast at Laini admiring the magnificent vista of the rushing waterfall. The trek today starts in Laini and climbs to a low pass and rocky canyon before descending to the Tilba Khola waterfall. We ascend another slope from here, and then drop to Chyugur Khola and cross the suspension bridges to reach Nawarpani.

We spend the night in the Nawarpani setting up a camp.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Today, we follow the track downhill to Chepka. We pass through jungles, witness the highest waterfall of 200 m in that region, and walk along the riverbed. Finally, we reach Chepka.

Overnight, we stay at Chepka.


  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Early in the morning, we leave Chepka and follow the trail upwards Sulighat. From atop the ridge at Sulighat, you can witness vivid views of mountain ranges upside in distance and Juphal airport at the bottom. After a few hours descend, we reach Juphal. You can explore the market, observe the local lifestyle there and take a rest.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

Early in the morning, we fly back to Nepalgunj from Juphal in Dolpa. During 30 minutes flights, you can see the Himalayan foothills, pristine mountain views, rolling hills, green forests and human settlements.

When we land at the Nepalgunj airport, if time allows based on the flight schedule to Kathmandu, we take a rest and have something at a luxurious hotel.

Finally, we catch our flight to Kathmandu and land at TIA. We transfer you to your Hotel.

You can take a rest or explore the streets and markets in Kathmandu. Even you can enjoy various cuisines at different restaurants in Thamel – the No. 1 tourist city in Nepal.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

On this final day, offering you a delicate breakfast, we transfer to the Tribhuvan International airport via our private transportation. We bid a happy ‘Goodbye’ to you and wish you a safe flight.

  • Hikking Info: 26
  • Max: 5,160m/16928ft. Kang La pass

What's Included

  • Trekking Permits
  • TIMS Card
  • Necessary Permit and Monuments Entrance Fees
  • Guide (Government-licensed Trekking Guide for all-round support)
  • Porter (Logistic Support)
  • Food (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with Tea or Coffee)
  • City Accommodation (Normal, 3-Star and 5-Star Hotels)
  • Transportation in Cars or Jeeps (During your Trip)
  • All airport transfers 
  • Luxury Hotel in Kathmandu for two nights with breakfast
  • Flights Kathmandu–Lukla–Kathmandu
  • All airport taxes
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park permit and TIMS)
  • An experienced English-speaking Govt. registered trekking guide and local porters to carry your luggage
  • Guide and porter salaries, insurance, equipment, transport, food, and lodging
  • Full meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner of your choice
  • Supplementary snacks: energy  bar and cookies
  • Seasonal fresh fruits desert every day 
  • Unlimited Chlorine treated Safe Drinking water
  • Accommodation:  Lodge
  • A comprehensive First Aid kit
  • Oxi-meter: To check heart rating and oxygen saturation to Everest Base Camp and return
  • All government and local taxes
  • Trekking equipment: down-filled sleeping bag, walking poles, and duffel bag
  • Souvenir: Trekking Route map printed T-Shirts

What's Excluded

  • International Flight Fare
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu 
  • Hot  and bottled drinks
  • Electronic device re-charge
  • Wi-Fi 
  • Hot shower
  • Travel insurance and medical evacuation
  • Tipping


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