A trip to RaraSituated at an altitude of 2,990 metres, the lake is one of the major attractions for foreign and domestic tourists.
Rara is Nepal's deepest freshwater lake. Situated at an altitude of 2,990 metres and spread across 10.8 square kilometres in Jumla and Mugu districts, it frequently makes it to the top of most-beautiful-sites-to-visit-in-Nepal lists.
One can make a trip to Rara in spring, autumn or summer. It is one of the major attractions for both foreign and domestic tourists.
The easiest way to reach Rara is flying from Nepalgunj to Mugu, from where one has to walk for four to five hours.
A three-day road trip through the Karnali Highway (Nepalgunj-Surkhet-Dailekh-Kalikot-Jumla Nagma Sija route) is also worth a ride.
Post photographer Angad Dhakal, from his recent trip, brings some images of the lake and its scenic surroundings.