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Rara Trekking, named after the Lake Rara in western Nepal, is probably the best trekking destination for those who have really experienced Rara.Rara is the largest lake in Nepal, which is surrounded by Rara National Park.The route is well off the beaten track and affers glimpses of unique culture and scenery. The trek offers a dramatic display of fresh blue water high altitude lake mingled with pine, spruce and juniper forests as well. The overall view is just as breath taking, a heaven on earth. Trekkers can enjoy views  of the  snow-capped Himalayan peaks. The Rara National Park is the home of endangered red panda, common langur, and rhesus macaque. Rhododendron, juniper, oak, spruce and Cyprus are the rich and diverse high altitude vegetations. The most common way to get to Rara is to take a flight from Nepalgunj to Jumla, which is one of the highest rice- growing areas in Nepal is located on the banks of the Tila Khola at the altitude of 2370 meters.

 

 

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Rara Trekking, named after the Lake Rara in western Nepal, is probably the best trekking destination for those who have really experienced Rara.Rara is the largest lake in Nepal, which is surrounded by Rara National Park.The route is well off the beaten track and affers glimpses of unique culture and scenery. The trek offers a dramatic display of fresh blue water high altitude lake mingled with pine, spruce and juniper forests as well. The overall view is just as breath taking, a heaven on earth. Trekkers can enjoy views  of the  snow-capped Himalayan peaks. The Rara National Park is the home of endangered red panda, common langur, and rhesus macaque. Rhododendron, juniper, oak, spruce and Cyprus are the rich and diverse high altitude vegetations. The most common way to get to Rara is to take a flight from Nepalgunj to Jumla, which is one of the highest rice- growing areas in Nepal is located on the banks of the Tila Khola at the altitude of 2370 meters.