Yulsaa taal is a beautiful lake located in Gotichaur, Jumla. Talking about Jumla district, it was one of the many kingdoms before unification by King Prithvi Narayan Shah. It is one of the ten districts of the Karnali province of Nepal with an area of 2,531 square kilometers (977 sq mi).
Yulsaa taal is at an attitude of 4200 m above the sea level surrounded by rocky mountains. This lake is a beautiful tourist destination and also and important pilgrimage site. On the way you’ll see beautiful landscapes, monasteries, different herbs etc.
There you may not find any hotels in higher altitudes but you may find home-stay or get to stay in villages. It’s better to take tents and other necessary equipment before you begin your journey. You may get locally grown organic food like corn, potatoes etc.
How to reach Yulsaa Taal?
It may take 2-3 days to reach this lake from Jumla. Your trip begins from Jumla to Chotra village then to Angulte Patan and finally to Yulsaa Taal.
Hiking in Nepal
Waterfalls in Nepal
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