Dolpa is located in a truly isolated corner of western Nepal. Time has stood still for centuries and the mainly Tibetan inhabitants continue to live, cultivate and trade the way they have for hundreds of years. The Dolpa trek is a beautiful, adventurous trek. It offers a remote, rugged and unspoiled environment that preserves one of the last remnants of traditional Tibetan culture where the pre-Buddhist Bon-Po religion is still in practice. High mountains including the Dhaulagiri massif, the Churen Himal ranges and the Jumla district surround this spiritual sanctuary. The Dolpo trek provides the opportunity to visit ancient villages, high passes, beautiful lakes, isolated Buddhist monasteries. You’ll experience the vast array of wildlife; blue sheep, mountain goat, jackal, wolf and the legendary snow leopard inhabit the region. The Dolpo trek offers altitudes from 2500- to 5190m. and an experience of a lifetime. Interesting fact: the Dolpo region has given birth to Peter Matthiessen’s masterpiece and bestselling book ’Snow Leopards’ and Eric Valli’s Oscar-nominated movie ‘Himalaya’ was featured in this isolated Himalayan sanctuary.