Rara Lake Tour
Rara Lake Tour; The Hidden Treasure of Nepal
Rara is the biggest and most astonishing lake of Nepal and is also Himalayan treasure of Nepal. Rara is the biggest lake of Nepal. It includes towering hills and is amazingly spectacular. The area covered by the lake is about 10.4 sq km (4 sq miles). Moreover, Rara Lake Tour provides you with the once in a lifetime experience. It is at an altitude of 3049 m. Regarding its etymology, the Bhote people from Karandara used to come here with their yaks and sheep from the south, the Hindus came here and sacrificed he-goats to worship. Moreover, the Bhotes then started to call this lake ‘Ra’-‘Rat because ‘Ra’ means ‘he-goat’ and ‘Ra’ means ‘to roast’. Moreover, The length of Rara is five km and the breadth is 2 km.
The hills in its periphery have forest of pine or coniferous trees that adds to the panorama of this region to make the Rara region a ‘slice of paradise’. Towards the south in Millichaur has a small airport.Rara lies in the lap of Chayanath Himalayas and Chuche Mare Lek. Rara is accessible in three days trek from Jumla. Rara is included in world Ramsar (swamp) Region. Similarly, the periphery of Rara is an ideal habitat for the endangered animals like Red Panda also popular because of places and temples like Murmatap, Gamghadi, Chayanath Temple, Khatyady Mugu Valley and Chankeli Mountain. Furthermore, People come here to collect Yarchagumba during the rainy season. Moreover, A fair is held in this lake on Sharawan Sakranti. Thousands of people congregate here. Towards the north is the Rara Village and to the west is the Chapru Village.
Moreover, Rara Lake Tour offers astonishing and spectacular views and breathtaking clean water makes you to compare your desired paradise. Furthermore, Pine forests or coniferous trees are integrating to its panorama and region become slice of paradise of the Nepal not only karnali. Rara is in the lap of Chayanath Himalayas and Chuche Mare lek . It lies inside the Rara National Park a most minute national park in the remote north west of the country in the karnali zone.
One can go round the heavenly Rara which takes around eight to ten hours. Similarly, to reach Rara is as expensive as visiting any South Asian country, writes Saroj Raj Adhikari (a journalist) because of the lack of transportation. Furthermore, The air way is Kathmandu to Nepalgunj or Surkhet then to the Talcha Airport of Mugu. From here, it takes about three hours to get to the Rara. It is easier to land near the Rara by helicopter. To reach Rara by airway takes lot of money but the view and sighseeing that the person have is surely incomparable with money. From Talcha airport, it is 2 hrs on foot.
Currently, Rara is accommodating its client with two tourist standard hotels. People also can enjoy the tented accommodation in the Lake shore. People can have the taste of locally produced organic food in restaurants available locally. Moreover, Hotels provides attached bathroom rooms and these hotels are owned and operated by Mr. Gopal Bam and Mr. Raju Karki. Similarly, Murma village is providing the client with the home stay and people find them more cheaper. Slowly the hotels are growing to meet the customer demand as international and national tourist are coming to Rara Lake.
Furthermore, Rara is ideal for the endangered mammals like Red panda . Another Jewel of Rara is Yarchagumba a moiety animal and half plant. People come to Rara to collect Yarchagumba during the monsoon season. A local festival is being observed here near Rara lake on Shrawan Sankranti(Mid July)
Duke Nepal Adventure is the best travel agency offering economic, comfortable Rara Lake Tour Packages.
Moreover, Duke Nepal Adventure also offers the Rara Lake 4wd Jeep Tour focusing the Domestic Tourist of Nepal.
Itinerary of Rara Lake Overland Tour
- Day 1: Kathmnadu to Bardia National Park
- Day 2: Bardia National Park to Manma, Kalikot
- Day 3: Manma, Kalikot to Rara Lake
- Day 4: Full Day Sightseeing of Rara Lake
- Day 5: Drive back to Manma, Kalikot
- Day 6: Manma, Kalikot to Surkhet
- Day 7: Surkhet to Kathmandu
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