Rara Lake trek through the remote wild of western Nepal offers a radiant affair of nature and a visit to Rara Lake, Nepal's Largest Lake at 3062 meters. Starting the trek from the mountain airstrip of Jumla in the wake of flying from Kathmandu by means of Nepalgunj, the trail goes through green field which gives abnormal looks of a culture and landscape very not quite the same as that discovered somewhere else in Nepal and which in the long run finishes to the Rara Lake National Park. This excellent high height lake is encompassed by elevated knolls and woodlands of pine, juniper and spruce, while out of sight you can see the superb snow-topped pinnacles of the Himalayas. The whole course is 'off the beaten track' which includes the intersection of Ghurchi Lagna go at 3450m while in transit to Rara Lake and a couple of edges at around 3000 meters when climbing in transit back.
Nepal isn't just the nation of the most elevated pinnacles, yet additionally is a home to various high height lakes. Rara Lake is one of these marvelous endowments of nature in Nepal. The spirit calming sky blue magnificence of the lake at the elevation of 3010m is something extremely excessive. The lake is otherwise called the Queen of the lakes. The dazzling greenery, the wonderful lake, the rich of the mild vegetation and the general population with warm cordiality will influence this Rara Lake To trek an extremely uncommon trip in your lifetime. Amid this trek, you will likewise get the chance to enter the Rara National Park.