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Nepal’s3 Remote Regions
A Must Be on Your Travel Bucket List
The 3 Remote Regions of Nepal
“Always a great query for the adventure Explorers”
With the high-altitude valleys, untouched...
Upper MustangFormer Kingdom of Lo
MUSTNAG DISTIRCT
Mustang, which literally translates to “fertile plain”, sits on the northern region of Nepal
towards the Nepal-China borde...
The Upper Mustang region is a unique experience taking you to a Dry & Deserted
region beyond the mighty Annapurna and Dhau...
Dolpo RegionUpper & Lower
Dolpa District
Dolpo is the high altitude region in the western Himalaya of Nepal. Closed for foreign
travelers till 1996, Dolpo both “Up...
Part of Dolpo Region lies inside Shey Phoksundo National Park.
The Shey Phoksundo National
Park is the largest and only tr...
Tsum ValleyHidden valley of happiness
Gorkha District
Opened for foreign travelers in 2008 and almost isolated from modern world for
centuries, Tsum Valley is a sacred Himalaya...
“Tsum” Literally means vivid
Against the magnificent backdrop of the Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal this serene
Himalayan v...
3 Remote Regions of Nepal
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3 Remote Regions of Nepal

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The Remote regions of Nepal is always a great query for the adventure Explorers with the high-altitude valleys, untouched Shangri-Las and pristine Himalayan culture.

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3 Remote Regions of Nepal

  1. 1. Nepal’s3 Remote Regions A Must Be on Your Travel Bucket List
  2. 2. The 3 Remote Regions of Nepal “Always a great query for the adventure Explorers” With the high-altitude valleys, untouched Shangri-Las and pristine Himalayan culture the Remote Regions of Nepal are some of the most remarkable gems in the entire Himalaya. Tsum Valley. GhorkaUpper Mustang. MustangDolpo. Dolpa
  3. 3. Upper MustangFormer Kingdom of Lo MUSTNAG DISTIRCT
  4. 4. Mustang, which literally translates to “fertile plain”, sits on the northern region of Nepal towards the Nepal-China border. The High Deserted Upper Mustang remained a mystery for many centuries, until it was opened for tourist in 1992. Said to be the Most Photogenice Place of Nepal Once an independent kingdom however the status as a kingdom ended in 2008. Rich in Buddhists culture upper mustang welcomes you with desert like landscape, barren ridges, deep canyons, eroded cliffs and moraine valleys. April to November is said to be the favorable months to visit Upper Mustang.
  5. 5. The Upper Mustang region is a unique experience taking you to a Dry & Deserted region beyond the mighty Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Mountain. Major Attraction’s Lo Manthang (City of Wall) Primitive Caves Bhuddhist Monasteries Walled city and a former capital of Kingdom of Lo; Lo Manthang is a major tourist attraction in the region for its white washed mud brick walls, Gombas (Monasteries) and the monarch Bista’s palace. Located at the elevation of 3,840 m (12,600 ft), the total population of the walled city didn’t even exceed 876 back in 1991. The high mountain caves in Mustang date back 1,000 years, which are to be found in the numbers of 10,000. Located 153 ft above the ground, the caves were used as a shelter during war and famine, and later as a burial ground by the primi- tive inhabitants. Today, you can find paintings, statues and other artifacts preserved inside the caves. It has 3 major monasteries; first is Jhampa Gompa built in 1387, which is 17 m/55 ft high and 46 m/150 ft long in size. Thupchen is another Gompa built in 15th century by third king Tashi Gon. Chhyoede Gompa is the third Gompa built in 1757.
  6. 6. Dolpo RegionUpper & Lower Dolpa District
  7. 7. Dolpo is the high altitude region in the western Himalaya of Nepal. Closed for foreign travelers till 1996, Dolpo both “Upper & Lower” is still largely unexplored. Surrounded by the Dhaulagiri , Churen Himal ranges & Tibet Autonomous Region of China from the in the north, Dolpo “Upper & Lower “offers a fine adventure-travel experience of remote and rugged mountain terrains of Nepal. Asthetically captured by Eric Valli in his 1999’s Oscar nominated movie “Caravan” -also known as “Himalaya” Springs and Autumns considered to be the best season to visit Dolpo Region
  8. 8. Part of Dolpo Region lies inside Shey Phoksundo National Park. The Shey Phoksundo National Park is the largest and only trans- Himalayan national park in Nepal. Established in 1984 and covers an area of 3,555 km Shey Phoksundo Lake Shey Phoksundo Lake is an alpine fresh water oligotrophic lake located at an elevation of 3,611.5 m (11,849 ft) above sea level The park contains many gom- pas and religious sites. Shey Gompa, the most famous, was established in the 11th cen- tury. Thashung Gompa located near Phoksundo Lake was built about 900 years ago to conserve wild- life.
  9. 9. Tsum ValleyHidden valley of happiness Gorkha District
  10. 10. Opened for foreign travelers in 2008 and almost isolated from modern world for centuries, Tsum Valley is a sacred Himalayan pilgrimage valley. Tsum Valley in Pictures March – May & September – November is considered to be the best months to visit Tsum Valley.
  11. 11. “Tsum” Literally means vivid Against the magnificent backdrop of the Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal this serene Himalayan valley is rich in ancient art, culture and religion. Tsum Valley act as an acclimatization trips before going on expeditions through the high passes when trekking through the Manaslu region.
  12. 12. 3 Remote Regions of Nepal www.nepalvisiontreks.com 977-1-4424762, 977-1-4423297 info@nepalvisiontreks.com The Slide is produced by Nepal Vision Treks & Expedition, an Adventure-travel specialist in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. “An initiative for ethical tourism.” /nepalvision /nepalvisiontrek /nvtreks /+Nepalvisiontreks

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