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9 Night 10 Days
Availability : Autumn and Spring
Thamel Kathmandu
Rolwaling Region

Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek

Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek

Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trekking in nepal

The Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek in northeastern Nepal is a once-in-a-lifetime journey in the remote Himalayan locations. This trek takes you to the stunning glacial lake, Tsho Rolpa, at 4,580 meters/15,026 feet, which is situated in the breathtaking Rolwaling Valley within the Gaurishankar Conservation Area. It is one of the largest glacial lakes in Nepal, encircled by majestic mountains. Once you reach Tsho Rolpa Lake, you are certain to be breathless with its astounding beauty. The trek to this enthralling glittering lake follows the less-trodden wilderness mountainous trails. The off-the-beaten-path adventure of Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa is ideal for trekkers seeking a serene escape into the mountains.

The Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek in the Rolwaling Valley is less crowded, unlike other mainstream trekking destinations such as the Everest region and Annapurna region. The Rolwaling region is a neighbor to the world-famous trekking destination of the Everest region. It also lies close to the east of another magnificent trekking hub, the Langtang region. Still, the Rolwaling Valley remains peaceful and untouched, showcasing its full splendor.

Venturing into the secluded Himalayan region through the adventurous Tsho Rolpa Trek route lets you explore its pristine nature and untampered culture. You can experience the awe of nature while traversing diverse mountainous landscapes such as forests, hills, valleys, villages, farmlands, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, religious landmarks, meadows, moraine fields, and glaciers during the journey. While passing through the traditional settlements of native Sherpa and Tamang, you can interact with the people and glimpse into the unaltered costumes, traditions, and way of life. So, the trek is a perfect choice for adventurers, nature lovers, and cultural explorers.

To sum up, the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek is a remarkable undertaking in the remote and less-explored Rolwaling region, allowing you to delve deep into its unspoiled nature and rich Tibetan Buddhist culture.

Key Highlights of Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek

  • Skipping the crowds and experiencing a peaceful trekking journey on the tranquil Himalayan trails
  • Visiting and exploring the pristine alpine glacial lake, Tsho Rolpa
  • Rewarding view of the stunning Himalayas in the Rolwaling region Gauri Shankar, Melungtse, Dorje Lakpa, Tashi Lapcha Peak, Numbur, Pachermo, Chobutse, Ramdung, Yalung Ri, and Langtang, Dhaulagiri, and Annapurna ranges
  • Traversing the off-the-beaten mountainous trails and soaking up the untouched beauty of the hidden Rolwaling Valley
  • Experiencing the heartwarming welcome and hospitality of the friendly Sherpa people
  • Trekking across the Gaurishankar Conservation Area and rich insights into its diverse vegetation, birds, and animals
  • Traversing the varied landscapes of the remote and secluded Rolwaling Vlsaeey, such as forests, hills, valleys, rivers, waterfalls, villages, terraced farmlands, grasslands, Yak pastures, and glaciers
  • Exploring the unique architecture of the region through historical heritages like Gompas, Shriunes, Chortens, Prayer Wheels, and Mani Walls
  • Learning and understanding the unique culture, costumes, and traditions of the Sherpa and Tamang people while passing through the several traditional villages
  • Hiking to the Yalung Ri Base Camp and marveling at the majestic panorama of towering snow-covered mountains

Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek Cost

NMA Nepal is providing the comprehensive Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa trekking package starting from USD 2,800. This is a discounted rate, which was previously USD 3,000. The Tsho Rolpa Trek cost is inclusive of transportation, permits, accommodation, guides, porters, food, a first aid kit, government taxes, and service charges. Do not be late to book our extensive and discounted package of the exhilarating journey of Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek.

Why Us?

why to choose tsho rolpa rolwaling trek with NMA Nepal


  • We have many years of experience in the related field and value the safety and security of our clients above all
  • We offer well-organized treks to ensure that you will not feel any discomfort during your backwood adventures
  • Everything required for the trekking activities, such as permits, transportation, accommodation, food, guide, porters, etc, will be properly arranged and managed by us
  • We provide government license holder guides who have the following qualities
    • Fluent in speaking English
    • Familiar with the routes and weather patterns of the trekking regions
    • Friendly and supportive
    • Knowledgeable about the local culture and landmarks of the place
    • Helpful in arranging logistics along the way
    • Well-trained with a first aid kit
    • Dependable in case of emergencies
  • We also design customized itineraries on our client’s request. Our fine-tuned itineraries will let you explore the destination region at your own time and pace. The personalized trek will include side tips based on your interest, and you can soak up the desired highlights along the way

Side Trips/Trip Extensions

If you have ample time to delve deeper into the heart of the Himalayas, we recommend extending your Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek by an additional two or three days. This will provide you with an opportunity to discover nearby attractions that are worth exploring, ensuring you fully experience all the wonders and delights this journey has to offer. You can extend your Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa trekking adventure to include side trips to destinations like

Tashi Lapcha Pass – For trekkers who are seeking the utmost adventure and thrill, extending the trek to Tashi Lapcha Pass can be a good choice. This pass elevates at an impressive altitude of 5,755 meters, connecting the Rolwaling region with the Khumbu Valley. To cross the pass, you need to be knowledgeable about basic mountaineering equipment, such as crampons, ice axes, harnesses, and ropes.

Pachermo Peak Base Camp – From Tsho Rolpa Lake, you can undertake an exhilarating ascent of Pachermo Peak Base Camp. If you are interested in mountaineering, the trip extension to the base camp of giant Pachermo Mountain will enrich your journey tenfold.

Dudh Pokhari Lake – Dudh Pokhari Lake is situated near Tsho Rolpa Lake, which is only a few hours away. You can enjoy a side trip to this pristine glacial lake by immersing in its tranquility and captivating beauty. The peaceful ambiance and hypnotic reflection of the surrounding Himalayas on the crystalline waters make this lake ideal for unwinding and photographing.

Physical and Mental Preparation for the Trek

Physical and Mental Preparation for the Trek

The Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek is an average-level adventure in terms of difficulty. While there are no technical sections involved in this trek, it presents several challenges that are physically and mentally demanding. The trek encounters you with rugged terrains with steeply ascending and descending trails. You have to walk for extensive hours during each day of the trekking journey. The unpredictable high-altitude weather conditions can add an extra challenge to the trek. Altitude sickness is a major concern as the journey involves several significant altitude points. While Tsho Rolpa Trek is mostly ideal for thrill seekers and experienced trekkers, beginners can also complete this adventure if they come prepared both physically and mentally.

Physical preparation

  • Cardiovascular exercises like swimming, running/jogging, cycling, rowing, skipping, brisk walking, etc
  • Strength training such as deadlifts, bicep curls, squats, planks, push-ups, chin up, lunges, etc
  • Hiking practice
  • Altitude training

Mental Preparation

  • Resilience
  • Patience and adaptability
  • Positive mindset
  • Strong determination
  • Mindfulness

Nepal Visa Details

You can obtain a Nepal visa from your home country via a Nepalese Diplomatic Embassy. If you want to apply for the visa online, you can fill out a form at the government’s official website. Additionally, you can also opt for ‘On Arrival Visas’ after arriving in Nepal. The on-arrival visas can be applied soon after landing at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu. However, only tourists from nations who are on eligible lists for this visa can apply.

Nepal Visa Options

  • 15 days – USD 30
  • 30 days – USD 50
  • 90 days – USD 125

If you wish to stay in Nepal beyond your current visa expiry date, you can extend your visa for an additional 15 days. This will cost you an extra USD 45.

Where to Store Your Luggage?

There are several luggage storage choices that you can make to keep your excess items in a safe and secure way. You will be transferred to the hotel from the airport, which is the first and foremost luggage storage choice you could make. Hotels usually provide luggage space to their guests without a fee. Some might charge nominal rates, too. Though the hotel storage is safe, it will be better to pack your bags properly and secure them with locks.

Alternatively, you can also store your belongings at the trekking agency office. We consider storing your luggage as a part of our services. We do not charge you an amount and your things can be safe at our place.

Departure & Return Location

 Tribhuwan International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Airport pick up & final departure by private vehicle.
  • Welcome & farewell cultural dinner.
  • Welcome & farewell cultural dinner.
  • Tea House accommodation with breakfast / lunch / dinner
  • Kathmandu to Chetchet to Chetchet round trip transporation cost
  • An excellent government licensed holder guide including all his meals, accommodation, salary, transportation, insurance & many more…
  • A strong porter (2:1) one porter carrying two member’s bags including all his meals, accommodation, salary, transportation, insurance & many more…
  • A day three meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) on your choice from the menu during the treks.
  • Equipment as like (sleeping bags, down jackets, duffle bags, walking poles, crampons) to be returned after the trip is complete.
  • All needed permit & national park fees.
  • All needed ground transportation mention on the itinerary.
  • Trekking route map.
  • Government tax & service charge.
  • An achievement certificate.

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses as like the phone & camera charging, hot shower, wifi
  • All kind of drinks as like mineral water, beer, tea, coffee, juice, Coke, Fanta, and hard drinks.
  • Tips to guide & porter (expected)
  • Lunch & dinner during stay in city.
  • Extra an activities, in case if you have an extra day on your holidays.
  • Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu, in case if you return earlier from the treks.
  • Travel insurance.
  • UNESCO entrance fee (Kathmandu city tour)


  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees

Right Time for Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek

The ideal time to embark on the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek is during the peak trekking and mountaineering seasons of spring and autumn. Spring is a pre-monsoon period from March to May. Likewise, autumn is a post-monsoon time from September to November. As both seasons are far away from drenching monsoon rain, your outdoor journey in the mountains is sure to be easy and enriching.

Here are a few reasons why you should go for the Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek during spring and autumn

  • Reduced precipitation, downpours, and snowfall, facilitating easy navigation
  • Dry, well-defined trekking trails and comfortable walks
  • No threat of natural disasters like floods, landslides, avalanches, and fierce storms
  • No slips and injuries due to wet and muddy trails
  • Unobstructed view of the snow-clad mountains against the less-cloudy clear sky
  • Bright sunshine and extended daylight hours which allow for a thorough exploration of the mountainous beauty
  • Moderate temperature with cozy, gentle heat
  • Stable weather conditions allow for easy and safe trekking adventures
  • Fresh air and a clean environment. The surrounding views and even distant scenery can be seen with great visibility and clarity
  • Colorful nature with blooming flowers and greenery in spring and multi-colored foliage in autumn

Day 1Drive From Kathmandu to Chhetchhet (1,525 meters/5,003 feet)

Drive Duration: 8/9 hrs

We will begin the adventurous Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa journey with a picturesque drive from Kathmandu to Chhetchhet. Chhetchhet is the starting point of the trek. It is a charming rural settlement in the Dolakha district. Wake up early in the morning and fill your tummy with a delicious breakfast. Stay ready with your backpacks at your place of stay, and wait for us until we come to receive you for a wonderful overland drive to Chhetchhet.

Driving west on the Prithivi Highway, we will leave Kathmandu Valley. We will drive along the peaceful hillside roads with the sights of gentle river flow and the soothing melody of birds chirping. After a few hours of driving, we will reach Galchi, from where we will shift to Trishuli Highway/Pasang Lhamu Highway. Driving north on this highway, we will pass by popular stops like Trishuli and Betrawati. Continuing further, we will drive past several small towns and villages with glimpses into the rural lifestyle of the people.

The roads become steeper, narrower, and rugged as we drive towards Dhunche. After Dhunche, we will follow the winding mountainous roads and reach Syabrubesi. From Syabrubesi, we will drive along the small local roads to reach Chhetchhet. With the surreal views of hills, valleys and nearing Himalayas, we will venture deep on the off-the-beaten roads to reach Chhetchhet. We will start our trek from this scenic village the next day, and for today, we will settle in at one of the finest teahouses available here.

Day 2Trek From Chhetchhet to Simigaon (2,000 meters/6,562 feet)

Trek Duration: 3 hrs

Today, we will begin on the Tsho Rolpa Trek routes. After breakfast in the Chhetchhet teahouse, we will pack our bags and head towards Simigaon. We will move northwards, passing through mesmerizing landscapes of hills and terraced fields. We will walk past the quaint villages of Tamang and Sherpa with insights into the local culture and way of life of people. We will traverse the lush forests of rhododendrons and oak trees with occasional glimpses of the surrounding Himalayas. Finally, after some ascents and descends, we will arrive at Simigaon to stay for an overnight in a a traditional teahouse. You can spend a restful night enjoying the delicious local meals and cozy accommodations.

Day 3Trek From Simigaon to Dongang (2,790 meters/9,154 feet)

Trek Duration: 5/6 hrs

We will continue our trekking journey in the Rolwaling Valley after enjoying a hearty breakfast in Simigaon village. Coming out of Simigaon, we will follow winding rocky trails beside the gently flowing Tama Koshi River. Ascending gradually on the stone-paved stairs, we will enter a densely forested area of bamboo and rhododendron trees. We will cross small streams through wooden bridges and walk by the cascading waterfalls amidst the lush forest. After some time, we will reach Kyalche Village. From the village, we will continue further by crossing the Rolwaling River via a suspension bridge. With the fascinating view of Mount Gaurishankar, we will ascend steeply towards Dongang. Dongang is our stopover for the night.

Day 4Trek From Dongang to Beding (3,692 meters/12,113 feet)

Trek Duration: 5/6 hrs

Today, we will trek from Dongang to Beding, ascending gradually through rocky trails. Then, we will enter into a vibrant forest of pine and rhododendrons. The occasional clearings of the forest provide you with incredible vistas of the surrounding Himalayas. With the captivating views of snow-covered mountains, we will continue on the trails meandering through the forests. Then, we will pass through Yak pastures and several traditional settlements of Sherpa. En route, there is a quaint hamlet, Nyamare, where we will stop for lunch. Trekking further, we will walk past another scenic village of Thangding.

Ascending through the well-defined trails with some steep sections, we will continue toward our destination. Gradually, we will enter into the alpine regions with sparse vegetation and views becoming more spectacular and breathtaking. Marveling at the sweeping panorama of Rolwaling Valley and sky-cramping mountain peaks, we will finally reach Beding village. Beding is the largest Sherpa settlement of Rolwaling Valley and a center for Buddhism. After reaching Beding, you can simply unwind at the teahouse or visit its popular Cliffside Monastery.

Day 5Trek From Beding to Na Gaon (4,180 meters/13,714 feet)

Trek Duration: 4 hrs

After waking up with a glorious morning sunrise in the Beding teahouse, we will start the day with a cup of hot tea/coffee. Then, we will have a light breakfast before setting off on the trail towards Na Gaon. We will leave the village, following the trails beside the Rolwaling River. Then, we will cross this river via a suspension bridge. After crossing the river, we will ascend

gradually and with increasing altitude, the landscapes start to become barren and rugged. You can see the stunning closing-up views of the surrounding lofty mountains as the valley widens out and opens up.

During the traverse, you will also walk across several wide pasturelands and alpine meadows. Walking past the Buddhist heritages like a giant Mani Wall with Tibetan prayer flags and prayer wheels, we reach Na village. The outstanding vista of Rolwaling Glacier greets us in this village.

Na Gaon is a small settlement only occupied during summer and also the last village before reaching the alpine Tsho Rolpa Lake. We will stay overnight in this picturesque village, enjoying the serenity of the Himalayas and the heartwarming hospitality of the locals.

Day 6Hike From Nagaon to Tsho-Rolpa Lake (4,580 meters/15,026 feet) Back to Nagaon

Trek Duration: 5/6 hrs

After breakfast, we will head towards Tsho Rolpa Lake from the Na Gaon. We will follow the well-maintained trails alongside the Rolwaling River and ascend slowly. With the magnificent views of Gaurishankar and Melungtse, we will traverse the rocky trails towards the Tsho Rolpa Lake. We will cross glacial streams and moraines and navigate the loose rocks. Then, after several steep ascends and descends, we will climb gently to Tsho Rolpa Lake.

Tsho Rolpa Lake is one of the largest glacial lakes in Nepal. You can take as much time as you need to explore this pristine lake’s surroundings and immerse in its captivating turquoise waters. The lake is encircled by towering Himalayas and gigantic Glaciers whose reflections can be seen on the lake’s surfaces. After soaking up the soothing ambiance of Tsho Rolpa Lake, we will descend back to Na Gaon, where we will spend a second night.

Day 07Hike From Na Gaon to Yalung Base Camp (4,850 meters/15,912 feet) and Back to Nagaon

Total Duration: 5 hrs

Today, we will embark on another adventurous hike from Na Gaon to Yalung Base Camp. Ascending gradually from the village, we will traverse rocky trails and several alpine meadows on the way. After navigating some steep trail sections, we will reach the expansive moraine fields. Continuing further on the glacial landscapes, the alpine Himalayan wildflowers show us the way toward the Yalung Base Camp.

Yalung Ri (5,630 meters/18,471 feet) is a stunning trekking peak, and the amazing base camp of this lofty mountain provides you with breathtaking vistas of the surrounding Himalayas, such as Dorje Lakpa, Gauri Shankar, Melungtse, and several other surrounding giants. Additionally, the spectacular vista of Yalung Glacier, as seen from the Yalung Base Camp, will leave you awe-struck. After enjoying the gratifying views from the base camp, we will descend through the same route back to Na Gaon to spend the third night of our Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa trekking journey.

Day 8Trek Back From Na Gaon to Dogang (2,790 meters/15,912 feet)

Trek Duration: 7/8 hrs

Today, we will bid farewell to Na Gaon and start descending towards the lowland regions. Gongang is our destination, and we will follow the same trail as before to reach the village. Initially, we will pass through Beding with glimpses into the local life and culture. Then, with the beautiful views of the Rolwaling River and the surrounding Himalayas, we will descend gradually through the rocky trails. We will traverse the alpine meadows and forested areas to reach another village, Thangding. From Thangding, we will descend steeply following the Rolwaling River downstream to finally reach Dongang one more time.

Day 9Trek Back From Dogang to Chhetchhet (1,525 meters/5,003 feet)

Trek Duration: 7/8 hrs

After breakfast, we will continue on our descending journey. Leaving Dongang, we will head towards the ending point of our Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek Chhetchhet. We will retrace our footsteps while descending steeply to Chhetchhet. The trails are well-trodden and meander through the lush forest of pine and rhododendrons. En route, we will pass by Simigaon one more time. Gradually, the trails flatten out, and lush greenery welcomes us to Chhetchhet.

Day 10Drive Back From Chhetchhet to Kathmandu

Drive Duration: 7/8 hrs

After breakfast in the Chhetchhet teahouse, we will embus in a private vehicle that will be on standby for departure to Kathmandu. We will take the same road to return to Kathmandu, passing through several countryside towns and villages.

Arriving in Kathmandu officially ends our remarkable adventure of the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek. We will then transfer you to your respective hotels in Kathmandu. You can tour the Kathmandu Valley if you are interested. We are looking forward to seeing you again on your next mountain trip.


How Long Does it Take to Complete the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek?

The Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek is usually completed around 10-12 days. The duration is dependent on several factors, such as transportation options, starting point, route taken, weather conditions, pace, experience and fitness level of trekkers, and acclimatization needs.

How Difficult is Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek?

Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek is considered moderately challenging. The difficulty factors of the trek are the remoteness of the destination, limited facilites, complex terrains and trails, uncertain weather conditions, high altitude and the chance of altitude sickness, several walking hours each day, etc.

What Are the Permits Required for Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek?

The permits needed for Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek are:

  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project Permit (GCAP) – NPR 3,000/USD 22 per person
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) Card – NPR 2,000/USD 15 per person
  • Gaurishankhar Rural Municipality Entry Permit – USD 20 per person per week

Am I Likely to Suffer From Altitude Sickness During Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Jounrey?

Yes, there is a chance of being susceptible to altitude sickness during the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek. We will visit the Tsho Rolpa Lake, which is at an altitude of 4,580 meters. Likewise, we will also hike to the Base Camp of Yalung Ri Peak, which is at an impressive height of 4,850 meters. While the altitude sickness possibility is high after getting over 2,500 meters in elevation, you are much more likely to suffer from it during this high-altitude mountain endeavor.

What are the Preventive Measures of Altitude Sickness?

The preventive measures for altitude sickness are:

  • Ascending slowly by allowing adequate time for the body to adjust to the changing elevations
  • Drinking enough water and other liquids to keep yourself well-hydrated
  • Avoiding smoking and alcoholic drinks that will dehydrate your body and exacerbate altitude sickness

What About Laundry and Hot Shower Facilities During the Trek?

The teahouse stay during the Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek will provide you with basic options for bathing and washing clothes. You can wash your small clothes in the sink and opt for buckets for heavy ones. Some teahouses can also wash and dry your clothes for a charge of an extra amount.

For bathing, normally, you will be doing it with cold water. While in the payment of an additional USD 2 – USD 3, the teahouses will arrange for you a bucket filled with hot water for a relaxing bath. Some established teahouses can provide solar hot showers at extra costs of around USD 7 – USD 10.

Do I Get to Use the Electricity and Internet?

Yes, you can enjoy the electricity and internet facilities while on the Rolwaing Tsho Rolpa Trek. Most of the teahouses on the way have a power connection and are equipped with routers. You can charge your electronic gadgets and connect to WiFi. You can stay updated about the outer world even during your wilderness Himalayan travel.

Should I Hire Guides for the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Journey?

While the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek is possible without guides, it is advisable to hire one for deep insights into the nature and culture of the region. More importantly, guides are essential for safety purposes, helping you navigate challenging, unfamiliar routes. Furthermore, you are also bound by the rules of the Nepal Tourism Board to hire a government-licensed experienced guide for Himalayan adventures in Nepal.

Are Porters Necessary?

Yes, porters are necessary during the remote and alpine adventure of the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek. They carry your backpacks and free you from heavy loads, allowing you to enjoy your trek openly.

We will provide one porter for every two clients and the number of porters can be increased upon your request.

Buying/Renting Trekking Gear

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You can buy or rent the required trekking gear and clothes from the different shops in Kathmandu. Thamel is the most authentic place to shop for your trekking essentials. It has a plethora of shops packed with varieties of trekking clothes, gear, and equipment. You can find a range of items from average to high quality, which you can choose from depending on your budget and preferences.

The prices of purchasing trekking clothes and gear vary depending on the brand, quality, durability, functionality, and demand. Moreover, the cost of renting items is also dependent on the duration of the rental. Purchasing can cost you from US$ 50 to US$ 500, and for renting, the cost can be somewhere between US$2 and US$5 per item per day.

These are some recommended shops in Thamel from where you can buy or rent trekking items

  • The North Face Nepal
  • Everest Hardwear and Trekking Gear
  • Shona’s Alpine Rental
  • Sherpa Adventure Gear
  • Trekker’s Shop and Souveinrs
  • Gears Nepal
  • K-2 Outdoor Adventure Nepal

Recommended Packings

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Trekking Gear

  • A spacious backpack
  • Trekking poles
  • Sleeping bag
  • Headlamp/flashlight with spare batteries
  • UV protected sunglasses


  • Sun hat
  • Woolen hat or beanie
  • Neckwarmer or scarf
  • Moisture-wicking half/full sleeve T-shirts
  • Flexible trekking pants
  • Lightweight shirts
  • Thermal tops and leggings
  • Windproof jacket
  • Pullover
  • Sweater
  • Down jackets
  • Rain jackets and pants
  • Multiple sets of underclothes
  • Sport bras
  • Liner and insulated gloves
  • Waterproof gloves
  • Liner socks
  • Woolen socks
  • Sturdy trekking boots
  • Gaiters
  • Light sport shoes
  • Flip flops
  • Woolen slippers

First Aid Kit and Medicines

  • Blister treatment
  • Pain reliever
  • Sprain spray
  • Tweezers
  • Thermometer
  • Plaster bandages
  • Gauze pads
  • Instant cold packs
  • Antiseptic gel
  • Adhesive tapes
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Water purification drops or tablets
  • Aspirin
  • Cough syrup
  • Paracetamol
  • Antidiarrhoeal
  • Oral rehydration salts
  • Diamox tablet

Personal Care and Toiletries

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Toilet paper
  • Soap and shampoo
  • Quick-drying towel
  • Deodorants
  • Body wash
  • Moisturizer
  • Lip lotion
  • High SPF sunscreen
  • Earbuds
  • Nail clippers
  • Hairbrush/comb
  • Small mirror
  • Hair clips/ties
  • Razor and shaving cream

Travel Documents

  • Nepal visa
  • Valid passport
  • Airline tickets
  • insurance papers
  • Cash/credit cards
  • A few PP-size photographs


  • Camera
  • Cellphone
  • Music players
  • Earphones/headphones
  • Binoculars
  • Portable chargers
  • Power bank
  • Thermal water bottle
  • Pen and journal
  • Entertainment sets
  • High-energy snacks and chocolates
  • Navigation devices like GPS, maps, compass, and guidebooks

Meals and Accomodation

Meals and accommodation during the Tsho Rolpa Trek are provided by the traditional teahouses/guesthouses along the trekking trails. Teahouses are the commonly available forms of accommodation during your high Himalayan journey. While the accommodation amenities offered by the teahouses are basic, the feel is homely. The teahouse owners welcome you wholeheartedly and you can get to experience authentic hospitality, which feels like a home.

You will find living spaces, toilets, bathrooms, and dining halls in teahouses on a shared basis. The more you reach higher altitudes, the availability of accommodations and provided facilities decreases, but their cost increases. This is due to the remoteness of the region and the difficulty in transporting the goods and amenities. Since the facilities are limited, it is wise to be self-sufficient with the required items to enhance your comfort during remote travel.

During your adventurous Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek, you will enjoy board meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The meals served in teahouses are a mix of traditional/local and some popular Western cuisines. You can choose from veg and non-veg items based on your preferences. Likewise, you can also place an order for a specific meal based on your dietary plans. The teahouse menu items generally include dal bhat (rice, lentil, and pickle), momo, chowmein, pasta, mushroom soup, Yak steak, flatbread, jam and bread, gundruk and dhindo, sandwiches, burgers, eggs (scrambled, fried, and boiled), noodles, and drinks (tea, coffee, fruit juice, milk, etc.)

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Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is vital for any remote and high-altitude adventures, including the Rolwaling Tsho Rolpa Trek. Your wilderness endeavor can strike with several unforeseen circumstances that you might not be prepared for. During this Himalayan trek, you can face common injuries like sprains, twisted ankles, blisters, cuts, etc on traversing the mountainous trails. Likewise, heatstroke, hypothermia, dehydration, frostbite, altitude sickness, etc can prevail, which prevent you from continuing smoothly on your adventurous journey. With travel insurance, you will be assured of quick access to nearby health services in case of injuries and illnesses. Moreover, you will be relieved from the financial burden incurred for the medical treatment.

Besides, travel insurance compensates the losses caused due to several other reasons such as lost/delayed/stolen baggage, weather adversity and possible delays, natural disasters and trip cancellations etc. As travel insurance takes you out of the unthought-of accidents and emergencies, you will feel protected and stresslessly focus on your adventure.

While purchasing an insurance policy, we recommend you opt for an extensive package that is inclusive of immediate helicopter rescue and evecuation. After booking the Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek package with us, kindly submit your insurance papers so that we can use the policy to help you in case of uncertain emergencies.