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The national park Rara is situated in the high highlands of northwest Nepal. This park was designed to preserve the exceptional beauty of Lake Rara in 1976 and to protect the Humla-Jumla area's typical flora and animals. The park is the smallest protected area of Nepal, covering 106 square kilometers. Two villages in the park were Rara and Chhapru. In the Banke area outside the park, the residents of these two villages were resettled. The park is bordered by alpine coniferous plants and offers a significant sampling of flora and animals in the region. There may be seen at Rara National Park more than 500 different types of flowers, 20 animal species, and 214 bird species. The snow trout is one of the fish species reported in the past as far as life on the lake is concerned.
Geography and Feature of Rara Lake
The primary feature of the park is Rara Lake (Mahendra valley), located at a height of 2990 m. It has the oval shape of an east-west axis and is 5 kilometers long and 3 kilometers wide. It's the largest lake in Nepal (10,8 sq. km) with a depth of 167 m, surrounded by beautiful coniferous trees. The snow trout (Schizothoraxoreinussinuatus), the one fish reported in the lake, resides in its radiating blue waters. Many migratory birds are available to bird watchers during winter. In the summer, the lake is surrounded by Himalayan flowers creating picturesque countryside. The park is 2800 m high to 4039 m high. The highest point in the park is Chuchemara (4039 m).
It offers a good backdrop to Lake Rara, situated on the southern side of the lake. RumaKand'ssnow capped peaks (2444m) at the northern side of the lake, with views to the south, and to the north, the lovely Mugu-Karnali River Valley, provides a magnificent view of this lake, which lies in the south. MurmaPeak also offers a great perspective of the area around the park. The lake flows through NijarKhola into the Mugu-Karnali River. Blue pines dominate most of the vegetation in the park. Several species of rhododendrons are seen among the pines. The surrounding lake is surrounded by blue pine, plants, marshes, and tussock grasslands. Pine and spruce in the NisaKhola valley allow for mixed forests that contain popular Himalayan and walnuts. The subalpine region is home to rhododendrons, firs, oaks, and birches.
When to visit Rara Lake?
It's a nice summer. Winter is rather cold, however. September/October and April to May are the ideal dates to visit the park year. Temperatures plummet below freezing between December and March and severe snowfall reach up to 1 meter, with high passes closed. April through June is warm, however, the monsoon season from June to August takes place. Spring, summer, and autumn are the finest time to visit the park. As more people visit the park, tourist infrastructure and services have evolved throughout the years. It is still a good thing to be autonomous if you are traveling alone for a wonderful experience. Lake Rara is also a favorite place for Nepalis pilgrimage.
Vegetation and Flora Fauna in Raralake
The reserve is distinguished by highly temperate and sub-alpine greenery. Tan, pine and birch, Rhododendron, Hemlock, oak, juniper, and spruce are common plant species. The park has over 20 different animal species. They include musk deer, black bear of the Himalayas, leopard, jackal, tahr of the Himalayas, otter, wild dog. Common length.common length. Red Panda with Rhesus macaque. 214 bird species have been reported in the park. Some of the most important species include coots, snowcocks, and several types of pheasants, grebes, and gulls. Many immigration birds join Gallinaceous Residential Birds in the winter.
The wide variety of wildlife supports various species including the endangered red panda, musk deer, black bear, leopard, jackal, Himalayan tahr, yellow threatened martin, wild dog, wild boar, common langur, rhesus macaque, and the common otter. The fauna is endangered. The Park is rich in winter with birds, including coots, grebe, black-crowned grass, red crests, mallards, teal, merganser, and gulls. In this park, there are plenty of birds. Migratory birds can also be spotted in certain seasons and gallinaceous birds.
Facilities and how to reach Raralake?
There is no health post in the region and it is worth bringing a comprehensive first-aid kit. Trekking agency arrangements must be made. In the park, there is no lodging. In every way, Trekkers must be autonomous. The Rara National Park is 2.5 days of Jumala hiking or 10 days of Surkhet hiking. The trip begins with a 2-3 day climb to the Raralake from Nepalgunj to Jumla. Jumla is recognized for her beautiful apes and it might be a great experience to go through these orchards. The walk leads to the Tibetan frontier via rural land. One of the Himalayan most exciting hikes, perhaps without the disruption of throngs of hikers, is a tour into the Jumla region or the picturesqueRara Lake on the other trails.
Rara Lake's impeccable beauty has a good aura, which can provide calm to every wandering spirit. The lake is not only Nepal's largest lake but also an excellent place to stay. The worn trail leads you through the woods to the calm and peaceful Raralake. The mountainous surroundings contribute to the lake's magnificent scenery. The deepest lake in Nepal is most crucial. Rara Lake is also an excellent area to trek, camp, and do much more for nature enthusiasts alike. This area gives amazing views of Relief Nepal as well as natural beauty including forests, lakes, mountains, mountains, and many others. So you must visit Rara Lake once in your lifetime.