The Rara Lake Tour commences from Kathmandu and takes you into several UNESCO World Heritage Sites before seeing you off at Tribhuvan International Airport. Swoyambunath, also known as ‘Monkey Temple,’ is full of symbolism and is one of the oldest religious sites in Nepal. The Buddhist temple offers an incredible view of Kathmandu. Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest Buddhist shrines in the world. We’ll see monks and devotees circumnavigating the stupa. Pasupatinath Temple is the most famous Hindu temple in the country. You can see sadhus (holy men) meditating, pilgrims bathing, and bodies being cremated on the banks of the Bagmati River. The day after our tour, we fly to Talcha and take a short trek to Rara Lake, a most marvelous place.
Rara Lake Tour is one of the most fascinating lake tours in Nepal as it takes us to the exotic region of Rara Lake, full with stunning natural beauty. Adjoining Rara Lake is Rara National Park, where animals like Himalayan black bear and Red Panda reside. The trek to Rara National Park brings delight for botanists, nature-lovers and bird watchers. One can explore incredibly diverse Himalayan vegetation and observe different kinds of birds and wild animals during our Rara Lake Tour. The four hour trek to Rara Lake brings joy for those who are fond of passing some time in recluse in the lap of nature. Karnali region, where the lake is located, is one of the remote regions in Nepal, allowing the visitors find some time in tranquility.
When looked at from a distance, Rara Lake looks like a blue nymph, indulged in romance with mountains. The lake is neighbored by tall trees on three sides and High Mountain peaks on the fourth. It is located in the north-west region of Nepal, which is known for long ridges covered with temperate forests and alpine pastures enclosing high valleys. Such landscape make Rara Lake region perfect for trekking. Rara Lake is the largest lake in Nepal with length of 2980m and the best season to visit the lake are during spring & autumn.