Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake & Dudhkunda Trek

12 Days
  • Jeep, Bus
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Kathmandu
  • Mar, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov
  • 4,592 m
  • English, Nepali, Hindi
  • Difficult to Moderate
  • Cost Includes Meals
  • 7


Tsho Rolpa Lake and Dudhkunda Lake are popular trekking destinations in the Solu-Khumbu region of Nepal. Tsho Rolpa Lake is the largest glacial lake in Nepal, situated at an altitude of around 4,580 meters (15,030 feet). It offers stunning turquoise blue waters surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The trek to Tsho Rolpa Lake is challenging, but the reward is worth the effort. Dudhkunda Lake, also known as “Milky Lake,” is located at an altitude of 4,610 meters (15,124 feet) in the lower Everest region. The lake is considered a pilgrimage site and provides a spiritual ambiance. Both treks allow you to immerse yourself in Sherpa culture, with opportunities to visit villages and interact with locals. Hiring a local guide or joining a reputable agency is recommended for safety and assistance. These treks offer an unforgettable experience in the Himalayas, showcasing natural beauty and cultural richness.

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Trip Highlights

  • Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake
  • Dudhkunda Lake
  • Scenic Landscapes
  • Cultural Encounters
  • Challenging Terrain
  • Photography Opportunities
  • Wildlife Spotting


Upon arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel. Take some time to rest and recover from your journey. Explore the vibrant streets of Kathmandu, visit local markets, or sample traditional Nepalese cuisine.

After breakfast, you will drive from Kathmandu to Charikot, which is approximately a 6-7 hour scenic drive. Upon reaching Charikot, settle into your accommodation and prepare for the trek ahead. Check your trekking gear, pack your backpack, and make any necessary last-minute purchases.

Begin the day with a drive from Charikot to Chet Chet, the starting point of your trek. From Chet Chet, start your trek toward Simi Gaun. The trek to Simi Gaun usually takes around 5-6 hours, passing through beautiful landscapes, forests, and traditional villages. Set up camp or stay in a teahouse in Simi Gaun for the night.

Depart from Simi Gaun and continue your trek toward Dodang.
The trek to Dodang is typically a 6-7 hour journey. Enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and landscapes along the way. Settle in at Dodang, either camping or staying in a teahouse for the night.

Leave Dodang and trek towards Beding, a village situated at an altitude of around 3,690 meters.
The trek from Dodang to Beding usually takes about 5-6 hours.
Pass through rhododendron forests, cross suspension bridges, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the area.
Overnight stay in Beding, either in a teahouse or camping.

Continue your trek from Beding to Na-Gaun, which typically takes around 4-5 hours. Na-Gaun is a small village where you will have a rest day to acclimatize to the altitude. Utilize the rest day to explore the village, interact with the locals, and enjoy the serene surroundings. Overnight stay in Na-Gaun.

Embark on a day hike to Tsho Rola Glacial Lake from Na-Gaun.
Enjoy the scenic beauty of the glacial lake and the surrounding mountains.
After spending some time at the lake, hike back to Na-Gaun for the night.

Start the day with a hike to Dudh Kunda (Milk Lake) from Na-Gaun.
Experience the breathtaking views of the sacred lake and the snow-capped peaks in the distance. After visiting Dudh Kunda, trek back to Na-Gaun for the night.

Begin your return journey as you trek from Na-Gaun back to Dodang.
The trek takes approximately 6-7 hours. Enjoy the familiar trails and landscapes along the way. Overnight stay in Dodang.

Continue descending as you trek from Dodang to Simi Gaun.
The trek takes around 5-6 hours. Appreciate the changing scenery as you make your way back to Simi Gaun. Overnight stay in Simi Gaun.

Descend from Simi Gaun to Chet Chet, which usually takes around 1-2 hours.
From Chet Chet, drive back to Charikot.
Upon reaching Charikot, relax and enjoy the evening.
Overnight stay in Charikot.

After breakfast, drive from Charikot back to Kathmandu, completing your trek.
Once you arrive in Kathmandu, you can either explore the city further or rest at your hotel. Take the opportunity to celebrate the completion of your trek and reflect on the incredible experiences you've had.


The Cost Includes

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private transportation
  • Teahouse settlement amid the trek
  • All suppers (breakfast, lunch, and supper) during the trek
  • Welcome and goodbye suppers
  • All ground transportation on an agreeable private vehicle according to the schedule
  • An experienced, English-talking, and government-authorized trek pioneer and associate trekpioneer (4 trekkers: 1 aide control)
  • Porter service (2 trekkers/30KG: 1 porter)
  • Staff costs including their compensation, protection, gear, nourishment, and convenience
  • All vital paperwork and trekking licenses (ACAP, TIMS)
  • Medical pack (conveyed by your trek pioneer)
  • All government and local charges

The Cost Excludes

  • Nepalese visa charge
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Excess stuff charges
  • Travel and the rescue insurance
  • Personal costs (telephone calls, clothing, bar charges, battery revive, additional porter, bottle or bubbled water, hot shower, and so on.)
  • Any kind of hot and cold drinks
  • Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)
  • Domestic flights
  • Rescue helicopter
When is the best time to trek in Nepal?

The best trekking seasons in Nepal are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is most stable and offers clear skies and pleasant temperatures.

Do I need a trekking permit for Nepal?

Yes, most trekking regions in Nepal require trekking permits. The types and fees for permits vary depending on the region you plan to visit.

Is it necessary to hire a guide and/or porter for trekking in Nepal?

Hiring a guide and porter is not mandatory but highly recommended, especially for remote or high-altitude treks. They provide safety, navigation, and cultural insights, making your trek more enjoyable.

What should I pack for a trek in Nepal?

Essentials include sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing, a good-quality backpack, trekking gear, rain gear, a first-aid kit, and necessary travel documents.

How should I prepare for high-altitude trekking?

Proper acclimatization is crucial. Spend a few days at intermediate altitudes, stay hydrated, and ascend gradually to higher altitudes to prevent altitude sickness.

Are there ATM facilities on trekking routes in Nepal?

While some popular trekking towns have ATMs, it’s advisable to carry enough cash, as ATMs may not be available in more remote areas.

Are there medical facilities and rescue services available on trekking routes?

Basic medical facilities are available in some trekking towns, and rescue services can be arranged in case of emergencies, but travel insurance that covers such situations is strongly recommended.

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Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake & Dudhkunda Trek
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/ For 7-Adults
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/ For 2-Adults
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/ For 3-Adults
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/ For 4-Adults
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/ For 5-Adults
From $540
/ For 6-Adults
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  • Jeep, Bus
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Kathmandu
  • Mar, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov
  • 4,592 m
  • English, Nepali, Hindi
  • Difficult to Moderate
  • Cost Includes Meals
  • 7