Mount Dhaulagiri situated in focal Nepal is the (8) eighth most noteworthy crest on the planet and it remains over the Kali Gandaki alongside the Annapurna. The Kali Gandaki River streams between these two goliath crests to shape the most profound waterway valley on earth. Mt. Dhaulagiri with its unlimited massif screens the concealed grounds of Dolpo to its north and toward the west of it are Nepal's far western slopes. Just toward the east along the Kali Gandaki Valley would we be able to effortlessly see the Dhaulagiri very close that is so gigantic with its symmetrical pinnacle and four noteworthy outliners remains a riddle along a lot of its border.
Like famous yet limited Dolpo the entire one month-long trek around Dhaulagiri is just for a modest bunch of climbers. This is on the grounds that a significant part of the course navigates the troublesome and remote scenes. This wonderful however troublesome Dhaulagiri round trek enables you to find Dhaulagiri at 8167 meters and the White Mountains which is a standout amongst the most striking Himalayas in western Nepal. This broad and complex trek around Dhaulagiri begins from the sub-tropical backwoods of Beni Myagdi valley. Climbers take after the Myagdi Khola west wards to Darbang and turn north on a small trail that leads through backwoods into the high remote passes and icy masses of Dhaulagiri before achieving the Kali Gandaki Valley.
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu.
Upon landing in Airport in Kathmandu, we will be warmly welcomed by us. We will hold up you at Kathmandu airplane terminal with your name and exchange to lodging. Whatever is left of the day is free and short trek preparation at night.
Day 02: Fly to Pokhara, drive to Beni.
Travel to Pokhara and afterward drive to Beni. It is around 82 kilometers from Pokhara or drive 8-9 hours to Beni from Kathmandu through Pokhara. The sentimental drive goes through the mountains along the banks of Trisuli and Marsyandi River to Pokhara. Drive additionally drag out from Pokhara more profound into the mountains with the heavenly perspectives of Annapurna Himalayas. Driving further along the banks of Mardi River, we will be at Beni.
Day 03: Trek to Babichor for 5 hours trekking.
Our trek starts from today. We keep trekking along the Kali Gandaki River and make a beeline for Myagdi khola. After intersection the suspension connects in transit, we go by the towns of Mangalghat, Singa, and Tatopani at last coming to at Babichaur.
Day 04: Trek to Dharapani for 6 hours trekking.
At the night, we will camp in Dharapani 1565m, and the Dhaulagiri is no more up until now. Today, our trail crosses the terraced slopes, Shahashadhara town and stream to Dharapani where we spend a night.
Day 05: Trek to Muri for 6 to 7 hours strolling.
The way goes soak up to Muri 1850 m, where the Mt. Dhaulagiri and different mountains show up unmistakably. Upon landing in Muri, we appreciate the wonderful perspectives of Mt Dhaulagiri and others crests.
Day 06: Trek to Boghara for 6 hours strolling.
The trail is simple and goes down for couple of hours. In any case, before to reach at Boghara, we need to climb a precarious way for several hours. The trail plummets down before achieving Phedi and after that the trail climbs up until Boghara.
Day 07: Trek to Doban for 5 hours strolling.
Today, the way is very troublesome and some of the time we will require the assistance of the ropes. The trail slides down to a little edge then crosses timberland to Jyardan. At long last, we cross the rough part to touch base at Dhoban.
Day 08: Trek to Sallaghari for 6 hours strolling.
Day 09: Trek to Italian Base Camp for 6 to 7 hours strolling.
At this crossroads, we will achieve the Italian Base Camp where we will camp just before the West mass of the Dhaulagiri. Going through lovely backwoods, we quickly pick up height and mountains blasted out all around. Since, we are picking up elevation quickly; we keep ourselves hydrated and relax.
Day 10: Rest and acclimatization day.
This will be the rest day for acclimatization. Since there is little to investigate, we totally rest and unwind with the goal that we can overcome the following day intense adventure. We may connect with on working out, moving around, and climbing to have appropriate acclimatized with the height.
Day 11: Trek to Glacier Camp for 4 to 5 hours strolling.
In the wake of intersection the principal ice sheet, most likely utilizing a rope in two or three precarious spots, we climb onto the principle ice sheet. The surroundings are stupendous, which compensates for the unpleasant and hazardous trail. The ice sheet intersection would require the utilization of rope.
Day 12: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp for 5 to 6 hours strolling.
Today, we reach at the Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Before long the unpleasant rubble offers route to the smooth ice of the white some portion of the ice sheet. We climb relentlessly to the harsh and chilling yet terrific Dhaulagiri Base Camp. In transit, we appreciate the grand north face of Dhaulagiri I.
Day 13: Rest and acclimatization day at Dhaulagiri Base Camp.
We will be continually at an elevation of 5000 - 6000 m in the imminent days. This day is basic. Notwithstanding when we are acclimatizing, wellbeing specialists prescribe us to remain dynamic and moving amid the rest day as opposed to being inert.
Day 14: Trek through French Col to Hidden Valley for 8 hours strolling.
The day will be our extreme examination. Concealed Valley Getting off the ice sheet over the base camp frequently requires a rope. In any case, once over the precarious moraine dividers, we are in more secure and gentler nation after a short of breath move to the highest point of French Col.
Day 15: Exploring the Hidden Valley.
Upon this crossroads, we take some rest to have acclimatization. Upon here, we investigate the capturing encompassing pinnacles.
Day 16: Trek over Dhampus go to Yak Kharka for 8 hours trekking.
In the wake of moving over Dhampus Pass (5200m), we navigate torrential slide inclined slants and after that plummet steeply to Yak Kharka. At that point trail slides down until we reach at Yak kharka.
Day 17: Trek to Jomsom for 6 hours strolling.
Today, more steep plummet prompts Marpha and a merited brew over lunch. Handling along the cairns, we continue along the cold way. Following a couple of hours of strolling upon the snow, we pass the highest point of the Thapa Pass. From Marpha, we additionally make a beeline for Jomsom to get our following day flight to Pokhara.
Day 18: Fly to Pokhara.
A 30-min emotional flight in the middle of the crevasse of the two immense mountains, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri leaves us an engraving of peacefulness of nature. We rest at the twelve for finding the delightful Pokhara valley lackadaisical. While walking around the bank of Fewa Lake, the second greatest pool of Nepal getting a charge out of the Fish Tail Mountain reflected in the lake we appreciate the sunset at the perfect of nature.
Day 19: Pokhara to Kathmandu
Today upon breakfast, we make a 200 kilometers drive back to Kathmandu. It will be ideal to hang on the left sheet of the vehicle to appreciate the landscape through the course. Upon landing in Kathmandu, we will be escorted to our hotel. At hotel we exchange messages with travel associates and sort out the photographs. We either can spend the night relaxed or maybe make up for lost time some very late shopping. Before have great night, we will be at festivity supper together with us.
Day 20: Kathmandu Airport
Exchange to airplane terminal to get flight back to home. It needs roughly 3 hours before the planned flight; we will escort you to the airplane terminal and say goodbye welcome.
Service Includes And Excludes
- Airport/Hotel/Airport pickup and drop by private car/van/bus.
- Hotel in Kathmandu as your requirements,
- Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) entry fee.
- Trekking Map of Dhaulagiri Trek
- Full Board Plan (breakfast, lunch, dinner, accommodation, tea or coffee) during trek,
- Nepali Cultural Program with dinner,
- An experienced licensed holder Guide and required porters
- Food, drinks, salary, insurance, equipment, transportation, accommodation, and local tax for guide and porters,
- Transportation by bus, car or by flight,
- Medical kit box
- TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management Systems)
- Trekking Equipments
- All government tax
- All guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and entry fees
- All necessary transportation while sightseeing
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu,
- Your travel insurance,
- International flight and departure tax,
- Any expense of personal nature,
- Nepal entry visa fee,
- Any kinds of Bar bills,
- All the alcoholic and non alcoholic Drinks,
- Rescue operation.
Equipment's Check List
NOTE: During the trip; weather, local politics, transport or a multitude of other factors, that are beyond our control can result in a change of itinerary.