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The district lies completely on the trans-Himalayan region of Nepal and borders Mustang on the east, Myagdi, Rukum and Jajarkot in the south and Jumla and Mugu districts on the west, and the Tibet region of China on the north.

The district spans an altitudinal range of over 5,000 meters from a little over 1,500 meters at Tribeni in Kalika VDC to 7,381 meters at the summit of Churen Himal. Kanjiroba (6221m), Mukot (6638m) and Putha Hiunchuli (7246m) are other noted peaks. Physiographically the lesser ranges of the Great Himalayas constitute the southern border of the district. Between these and the border mountain ranges of Gautam Himal and Kanti Himal to the north Dolpa district is a maze of often wide glacial valleys and ridges. Kanjiroba Himal and Kagmara Lekh running north-west to south-east separate the valleys of the Jagdula in the west with the rest of the district.

7889 sq. km.
District Headquarters :
Population :
Ethnicity :
Hindu 60%, Buddhist 40% (including 5.5% ancient Bonpo Religion)
Altitude :
1525m from sea level upto 7754m variation
Climate :
Himalayan; above the snow line, Alpine; found in Bhot region and high mountain in the south; Cold temperature between 7000 and 13000 feet and sub temperate climate below 7000 feet.
Religion :
Buddhists, Hindu, Bon and Shamanistic
Language :
Nepali, Dolpo (Analogous to Tibetan with native dialects), Kaike (indigenous to the Tichurong valley of Dolpa)
Economic Occupations :
79.5% agriculture, 2% service


Natural Hot Springs
You will find Natural Hot Springs in Sahartara and Runghad where you can cleanse yourself spiritually. The waters are believed to have a healing quality and that a bath in these waters erases away your aches and pains.

Camping sites can be found in Juphal, Sanduwa, Tarabagar Lahini, Rimi, Nawapani, Chhepka, Ringmo, Sangta and Dho

River Rafting and Kayaking
If you are looking to make your stay at Dolpa a little different, the Bheri River offers river rafting and kayaking to visitors.

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