Khapted to Rara Trek takes towards the far western region of Nepal which is enlisted in the remote part of Nepal. The route following the end of the trek leads you to the Khaptad National Park. In addition, it was established in 1984 which has the amazing ecosystem with the huge variety of vegetation. The flora
such as oak and rhododendron are found in this area. Similarly, more than 224 species of medical herbs, about 11 percent of flowering plants of Nepal, 270 species of birds, various species of animals are found here.
The main feature of this trek is the religious site in the park where Sworsoti and Khapted Baba Ashram spent almost his life on the park. It is said he was moved here in 1940 in order to gain peace, meditate and worship. He wasn’t fraud because he had lots of knowledge on religion. He too had knowledge in science and English language. The other important religion sites include Tribeni, Khaptad Daha, Kedardhunga, Mai than and Sahashra Linga.
The best time to trek on Khaptad Trek is from March to May and September to November. This trek can be done by camping style. Also, night stay at hotels is available except in a few places where you should spend the night at Camp. It will be your choice of how you want to complete your trekking. If the
a number of trekkers are more and you want to enjoy camp firing and other entertaining activities in order to overlook your pain and struggle during trek then you can complete your whole trek by Camping also.
Before going on Khaptad Trek you should have known that there are few places which are restricted for touring and trekking. It will require the entry permit. So as a trekking agency we strongly recommend you to consult on any of the tourism agency in Nepal. You can bring some chocolates, water bottles, a
camera for capturing the memorable events and umbrella for protection from the weather. For more, in a few places, there is no any shelter for humans so camping is required. The trekking agency will provide you all the requirements but if you like you can bring your own warm sleeping bag, thermos for storing hot water and other more small kinds of stuff.