Rara Lake Trek is the most fascinating trekking in the western Nepal. It’s intriguing on the grounds that it introduces an opportunity to visit the nation’s greatest lake (the Rara Lake) arranged inside the nation’s littlest national stop, (the Rara National Park). The lake imparts its name to the national stop. It’s fascinating, as it gives home to 1070 types of vegetation (rhododendron, fir, birch, blue pine, spruce, juniper, Himalayan cypress to give some examples), 51 types of warm blooded animals, 241 types of winged creatures, two types of reptiles and creatures of land and water, three types of fish and 241 types of fowls. It’s intriguing in light of the fact that it displays unadulterated remoteness of the zone. Looks of pleasant regular towns, culture and view, are not be missed, while tallying this trekking fascination. In any case, alongside experience of the coniferous backwoods, and high snow capped glades, trekkers will likewise get the chance to appreciate one of the most noteworthy human settlements of the world, the Sinja Valley and the support of the Malla progress. In this way, this trekking is the most appropriate trekking for both experience and social aficionado.
Different summits in the recreation center region are Ruma kand (3,731 m.) and Malika Kand (3,444 m.), arranged toward the north of the lake. The trek to Rara Lake starts at Jumla, a town in a Trans – Himalayan region, the rides secured with timberlands and high fields. The town has airstrip and Tele-telephone and web offices. The trip to Jumla passes south along the Dhaulagiri extend and gives stunning perspective of Nepal’s western scene. It is three and an a large portion of day’s trek from Jumla to Rara National Park. The tranquil encompassing is improved by the impression of the encompassing slopes in the Lake’s brilliant blue waters. Due north, chankheli top (3201m) poses a potential threat get to the profound Mugu Karnali glut. The standard agenda is a circle that begins and finishes at Jumla and whole treks around ten days. Sustenance needs to bring from Jumla however past the Bazaar. Usually inaccessible. There are holds up in Jumla and bunkhouse at the Lake; in the middle of there are a few houses where you could remain yet camping is more charming and absolutely more dependable.