Dudh kunda trekking trail - The Dudh kunda Lake is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva. Devotees believe that taking a dip in this icy cold lake will absolve them from all their sins and bless childless families with children.
Dhud Kunda Trekking area is home to the friendly Sherpa People. The region of Solu gets fewer tourists than the Khumbu making it a refreshing and peaceful place to trek where you will be overawed by the locals, the natural beauty of the area and the stunning mountain scenery. The lake, Dhud Kunda is a milky colored lake that sits at the foot of Shrong Yul La, “ Protector of the Solu”. The Dhud Kunda trekking begins in Jeri and follows the Jeri Lukla Path before branching off on to a newly opened trekking trail over forested ridges and through sparsely populated terrain.
Amazing views of flora and fauna, experience and interaction with diverse cultures of Sherpas, Khaling Rais, Tamangs, Magars, Gurungs, make this journey a lifetime experience. This is a journey to a part of the world where very few people have set foot until now, a cultural journey for the young and old alike.
The trail to Dudh Kunda passes through Kaku, Basa, Taksindu and Beni, taking you through dense forests of rhododendron and a variety of wildlife. The hospitality of the locals is one of the most heart warming experiences one can come across in this area.