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Dhaulagiri (8167m) is the seventh highest Mountain in the world, beautifully located in the north central Nepal and rises above the Kali Gandaki River valley. This Mountain is very famous for superb views and a huge massif of more than fifteen 7000-meter high magnificent peaks.
The adventurous Dhaulagiri round trek allows you an extraordinary experience of high altitude trekking involves high passes and glacier walking. Dhaulagiri round trekking is really a tough, long and challenging foray which starts from the sub-tropical forest of Myagdi valley. This exceptionally beautiful trip leads through the remote passes and glaciers of Dhaulagiri before Kali Gandaki Valley. Much of the route is on snow and glacier as it crosses French Pass (5240m) traverse the head of Hidden valley, and cross 5155m. Dhampus Pass. The trek ends with a steep descent to Marpha and a return to Pokhara with the panoramic views of entire Dhaulagiri and Annapurna region. Despite being very admirable journey, we recommend for trekkers with some physical and mountaineering knowledge.
-- Trip Facts ---
Hotel & Tent/Camp
Day 01: Arrival and transfer to Hotel, short briefing about the program, O/N hotel
Day 02: Trek preparation day in Kathmandu or Leisure, O/N hotel
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Beni by Bus (approx 9 hours), O/N lodge
Day 04: Trek to Babiyachaur, O/N camp
Day 05: Trek to Darbang, O/N camp
Day 06: Trek to Takum, O/N camp
Day 07: Trek to Muri, O/N camp
Day 08: Trek to Boghara, O/N camp
Day 09: Trek to Dobang, O/N camp
Day 10: Trek to Italian Base Camp, O/N camp
Day 11: Acclimatization day at Italian Base Camp, O/N camp
Day 12: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp, O/N camp
Day 13: Trek to Hidden Vally (5000m) crossing French Pass (5360m)
Day 14: Rest day at Hidden vally & exploration around, O/N camp
Day 15: Trek to Yak Kharka crossing the Dhampus Pass (5200m), O/N camp
Day 16: Trek down to Tukuche, O/N camp
Day 17: Trek to Ghasa, O/N camp
Day 18: Trek to Tatopani, O/N camp
Day 19: Rest day at Tatopani (natural hot spring), O/N camp
Day 20: Trek to Ghorepani, O/N camp
Day 21: Trek to Tikhedhunga, O/N camp
Day 22: Trek to Naya Pul, than drive back to Pokhara, O/N hotel
Day 23: Drive or Fly back to kathmandu, O/N hotel
Day 24: Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley, typical Nepali dinner in the evening, O/N hotel
Day 25: Transfer to airport for final departure or join our next program
Price:- The trip cost
may vary depending on
the group size, duration
of the trip and standard
of services required. In
order to quote you the
price, please contact us
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All land and air transport as per itinerary
Sightseeing in Kathmandu as per program
Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing BB basis
3 meals a day with hot drinks during the trek
Camping accommodation during the trek
Experience guide (leader), required number of porters and all their expenses including their insurance
ACAP permit, trekking permit and all necessary permits
All camping/kitchen equipments, including Sleeping bag/ Jackets etc
All necessary charges and taxes
Nepali dinner on final night of your stay
Reconfirmation of your flight
Single supplement if required
Your international airfare and tax
Nepal entry Visa fee ($30 for 60 days) and your full insurance
Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
Cold drinks, Liquors, Laundries and Telephone calls etc.
Personal Trekking equipments
Any extra expenses incurred due to unforeseen causes, such as emergency evacuation, landslide, lost of baggage, flight cancellation, road blocked etc.
Personal expenses and tip to the crew (optional/ expected)
Any other expenses not mention as included in the price
What Makes This Trip Responsible:-
Austravel & Tours Nepal works closely with the CESSAN (children education and social service association Nepal) and is one of the main supporters of CESSAN; we contribute support in a number of ways. Firstly we donate a percentage of business profits to the association on a yearly basis which support the ongoing expenses of school children.
We conduct some charity tour and trekking throughout the year to visit and support school projects. Our charity tour-trek combines adventure and kindness, providing the participant with lasting memories of the Himalayas while allowing them to contribute to a remote community of mid-Nepal.
We also supply a number of travelers that are including a volunteer stay within the village. Volunteers have been offering their personal skills for teaching to the school students. Please contact us if you wish to teach in the school and work in farms with local people.