Dhaulagiri Expedition is 7th highest mountain peak in the world is Mt. Dhaulagiri. It is the 5th highest one amongst in Nepal. This mountain is located in the Northwest of Myagdi District of Nepal. Dhavala means “White” and Giri means “Mountain peak” from Sanskrit, is a real giant which endorse to say the range of White Mountains as Dhavala-giri here after called Mt.Dhaulagiri in combined. The real altitude of Mt Dhaulagiri is (8,167m) from sea level. Mt. Dhaulagiri is one of the most formidable peaks to climb with the first successful summit only in 1960 by the Swiss following from the Northeast ridge. This mountain was first sighted by the British surveyors in India in the early 1800s but remained virtually unknown until a Swiss aerial survey in 1949. Five ridges buttress Dhaulagiri l and even up until the early 1980's only the Northeast ridge had been successfully climbed. Dhaulagiri is considered the most interesting peak among the eight thousand meters one. In terms of rise above the terrain Dhaulagiri is unparallel as it rises 7000m over Kali Gandaki valley over horizontal length of 30km, which by any standard is an impressive statistic.
Day by Day Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Preparation for the climbing period and Sighseeing.
Day 03: Drive to Beni (830m) and then to Darbang (1180m).
Day 04: Trek to Phaliya Gaon (1500m).
Day 05: Trek to Muri (1850m).
Day 06: Trek to Boghara (2080m).
Day 07: Trek to Dobang (2520m).
Day 08: Rest day.
Day 09: Trek to Italian Base Camp (3660m).
Day 10: Rest day in Italian Base Camp.
Day 11: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4700m).
Day 12/38: Climbing Period.
Day 13to28: Climbing period for Ama Dablam to Camping
Day 39: Trek to French Col (5360m).
Day 40: Cross French Col and trek to Kharkha Camp.
Day 41: Cross Dhampus Pass (5258m).
Day 42: Trek to Tukuche (2590m).
Day 43: Drive to Beni.
Day 44: Drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 45: Final Departure.
- All arrival and departure transfers to and from Airport both domestic and international.
- Assistance in airport with its representative.
- 2 Nights Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on BB Plan.
- 1:1 Experienced private climbing Sherpa guide during trek and climb.
- All surface transport to Beni and back to Kathmandu as per itinerary.
- All camping equipments like camp furniture (table, chairs), kitchenware, kitchen, dining, guest and toilet tents in Advance Base Camp.
- Three meals a day (BLD-tea-coffee) and twin sharing teahouse accommodation during trek, freshly cooked 3 meals, tea or coffee by Snowy professional cook in Base Camp.
- Baggage allowance for trekking up and down is 60kg: 50kg ration per person.
- Dhalagiri Conservation entry fee.
- TIMS card (Trekker’s Information Management System).
- Expedition royalty and climbing permit for climbing Dhaulagiri.
- 3 Oxygen bottles (4L) for climbing member and 2 for Sherpa
- Official Liaison Officer fully paid and equipped.
- Wages, equipments, medical and accidental Insurances for Sherpa guide and other staffs.
- Required base camp and high altitude food for climbing member and all involved staffs.
- Required fixed and dynamic rope during climbing period.
- Emergency Oxygen mask and regulator upon requirement of guest with reliable charge.
- Each expedition member will have an individual tent in the ABC.
- Solar panel for light and battery charger in Base Camp.
- All tents for camp 1, 2 and 3. Ice fall charges.
- First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
- Free assistance service for cargo and duty clearance.
- Our service charge and Government Taxes levied in Nepal.
- Complete pre-departure information, flight ticket date change or reconfirmation and visa extension procedure assistance (where necessary).
- Farewell Dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with culture show in Kathmandu.
- Nepal entry visa fee
- Travel insurance
- Personal trekking equipment
- International airfares and departure tax
- Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
- All alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks …
- Sweets, such as chocolate and dessert
- Hot showers during the trek
- Tips for guides & porters