Far West Region Trek

Far West Region of Nepal is the an untouched and unexplored region but with potential to become a major tourist destination in Nepal. One of five development regions of Nepal in the past, the Far West has an abundance of natural attractions, such as the Suklaphanta National Park, which has the largest herd of Swamp Deer in Asia. Not only that, but the region beholds sites of majestic beauty. Whether it be the alpine meadows, forests and lakes at Khaptad, or the picturesque and secluded trails of mountain ranges, like Mt. Api and Mt. Saipal. The Far West's culture is rich and diverse, comprising of the nomadic Rautes and the Rana Tharus (who travelled all the way from Rajasthan when the Moghuls invaded India) among other communities. The land also beholds mystical folklore and ancient stories that build an even more captivating allure to the Far West of Nepal.

The Far West Region is comprised of two zones, Mahakali and Seti. It has nine districts with the regional headquarters at Dipayal, Doti district. The Far West Region covers an area of 19,539 sq Km. The region includes the flatland (The Terai), middle hills, and high mountains, with highest elevation at 7,132 meters. Combining different climatic zones Far West offers different experiences and tourist products ranging from wildlife in the plains of Terai to the misty hill stations in middle hills and spectacular views if the Himalayan mountain range.

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