Rara Lake is a prevalent yet less-frequented trekking goal in the lap of Jumla area in mid-western Nepal. Rara is the biggest lake in the nation at a height of 2990 meters with a territory of 10.8 km square. The trek investigates Rara National Park which encases the colossal, peaceful lake. Regardless of its little size, the national stop is wealthy in biodiversity with the sightings of Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, Himalayan Black bear and other outlandish creatures a successive event.
The trek offers a sensational show of clear high height lakes blended with pine, spruce and juniper timberlands and in addition amazing perspectives of the snow topped Himalayan pinnacles. Rara Lake is as profound as 167 meters in a few places, and depletes into the waterway Mugu Karnali through Nijar Khola. The Rara National Park is the home of jeopardized red panda, regular Langur, and rhesus macaque. Rhododendron, juniper, oak, spruce and Cyprus are the rich vegetation’s of this zone. A remarkable snow-topped display of Dolpo and awesome mountains dominates the scene over the profound clear waters of the lake. The National stop comprises of Himalayan Black Bear, Leopard, Black Panther, Musk Deer, Red Panda, Wild Boar, Rhesus and Languor Monkeys and various types of flying creatures. The trek offer brilliant perspectives over Mugu, the southern piles of Humla and the outskirt scopes of Tibet. The region is comprised of long edges secured with calm woods and snow capped fields encasing high valleys. Summer precipitation is low, however region genuinely high and free from storm tempests, the mid year season is perfect for trekking.