Rara Lake is taking on earth and a mythical destination for visiting. The fresh light blue water, green hills and candy clouds, changing of colors time and again, sunny pearls rays are the major attraction of Rara Lake.
Rara Lake is the biggest lake of Nepal, also popularly known as heaven of Nepal. This lake covers the total area of 9.8 square km of water and is at the altitude of 3049m. The length of Rara Lake is 5 km and breadth is 2 km.
Mustang, also known as the “The forbidden kingdom of the Himalayas”, is one of the most famous travelling place in Nepal. The Mustang officially opened in 1992 to foreigners. Mustang allows limited numbers of visitors each year.
Muktinath is a famous pilgrim’s site among Hindu and Buddhist rituals. It lies on of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorang La Pass in forbidden Mustang. Thousands of Pilgrims and travelers come to Muktinath every year.
Mustang, formerly Kingdom of Lo, is a remote region of the Nepalese Himalayas. Similarly, The Upper Mustang was a restricted demilitarized until 1992. Furthermore, Tibetan culture has been preserved by the isolation.
Khaptad Lake is a well-known lake of Far Western Development Region, which lies in the border of Bajura, Bajhang, Doti, and Accham district. It is a place with green forest and wide land structure which is the source of different mines.
Nepal is home to some of most beautiful and amazing high altitude lakes in the world. These lakes lies at real high altitude and these are the mountains lakes of glacial origin.
Dolpo area is hard to match for its surreal beauty and stunning charm. Situated at the rain-shadowed side of the Himalaya, the rugged scenery shows dramatic views, compared to similar altitude elsewhere in the country.
Bardiya National Park lies in Mid-Western Terai. Initially it was established in the name of Karnali Wildlife Reserve in 2032 B.S. (1976 AD) later it was developed into Bardiya Wildlife Reserve. It was gazette as national park in 2045 B.S
Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve is one of the largest national parks in the country. It lies in the far western Terai on the southwest edge of Nepal. It covers parts of Dolpa and Mugu District with an area of 305 sq km.
Ghodaghodi Tal lies at Kailali district, sixty kilometers to the east of the district headquarter at an elevation of 205m above the sea level. The total area of the lake covers 2563 hectares.