The farthest landscape of Upper Dolpo lies in the far reaches of Northwestern Nepal. The route begins from Jomsom by meandering through pine and cedar forest with views of the huge Dhaualgiri range in the background. The entrance to Dolpo lies beyond the Jangla Bhanjyang Pass, (4500m).
At the head of the valley lay snow-capped peaks and the deserted Tibetan plateau beyond. Protected from rain, this region is dry where the Dolpo inhabitants have carved out a niche of survival in the harsh surroundings by trading with nearby Tibet. A vision of beauty, the Phokshindo (Ringmo) and the legendary monastery of the pre-Buddhist Bonpo sect is our momentous destination. As the most desolate and few developed district in Nepal.