Jumla Airport is a high mountain airport at an elevation of 7,700 feet above the sea level, located in the Jumla District in Nepal. The road to the airport is the infamous Karnali Higway. It’s a gravel track running along the Karnali river. This track can get very muddy and slippery after rain making it challenging to get through. During and after a storm the road may be impassable, even with a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
Phoksundo Lake, the deepest lake in Nepal, offers stunning beauty. Considered sacrosanct by the Dopla locals, it is praised for its aquamarine greenish blue color. No aquatic life in the lake pronounces that the water is crystal clear. Called by the seasoned travellers the jewel of Dolpo. Ringed by tall snow-capped mountains, view of Phoksundo Lake is an extremely satisfying experience.
Simikot, a town in Humla district in western Nepal is where the journey to Kailash and Masarovar starts for many pilgrims. Perched at a height of 2,818 meters above sea level, as you land at this airport, you will be greeted with sumptuous views and a welcoming culture that is a hallmark of Nepali mountain communities. Simikot Airport (IATA: IMK, ICAO: VNST) is an airport serving Simikot, a town in the Humla district of the Karnali zone in Nepal.
Bajura Airport is an airport within Nepal.It is situated in the Bajura District, No.7. The airport serves as the only means of transportation of that area. The airport resides at an elevation of 4,300 feet (1,311 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway which is 573 metres (1,880 ft) in length.
Talcha Airport is an airport situated in the Rara National Park in the Mugu district of Nepal. The airport was constructed in 1975 but only was backtopped in 2015. The airport resides at an elevation of 8920 feet (2,719 m) above sea level. The flight to Nepalgunj is the most popular as it is the only way to connect to the Rara regions.