DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Kathmnadu /Kathmandu
DEPARTURE TIME Morning
INCLUDED
Transport Jeep/Bus Accommodations
Permit Charges Professional guide
NOT INCLUDED
Bar Bills and Drinks
Personal expenses

Around Dhaulagiri is a challenging trek around the Dhaulagiri alps (8,167m/26,745ft), the sixth highest mountain in the world, involves snow and glacier. This is the tremendous trip those who want a more deep experience of the mountains. You will be trekking deep into the Dhaulagiri Himal to the Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri north base camp, offering a wonderful view of enormous north face of Dhaulagiri. You will cross two high passes, the French pass (5,240m/17,192ft) and Thapa pass (5,155m/16,913ft) providing more spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Throng peak, Annapurna and Kali Gandaki River, The world deepest gorge. You may encounter semi -wild yak herds, mountain sheep or the indefinable snow leopard in the remote valleys of this region.

Around Dhaulagiri trek begin in the old-fashioned city of Kathmandu from where you will board a bus to Beni, you will spend the first few days of your trek walking through sophisticated fields connected to some of the mountain villages while enjoying the shops, teahouses, and lifestyle of the Gurung, Chhetri, and Magar people. During these days you will walk along paved paths, over suspension bridges and through dense forests, enjoying the landscape of some of the world’s most beautiful mountains. The climb begins to get tougher after Dobang, as you ascend to the Italian Base Camp with impressive views of Dhaulagiri I, II, III, IV and V, taking a day to rest, acclimatize, explore and fully absorb the beauty of surrounding peaks. You will then make your way to Dhaulagiri North Base Camp. The trek then continues on to the Iced French and Thapa Passes which have to be scaled before you descend down a winding trail to Yak (chauri) Kharka. Once again you will find yourself among mountain people and their villages. After long descend you will arrive in Marpha, popular city of Mustang district. You follow the Annapurna classical trek and pass the world’s deepest gorge. The hot springs at Tatopani offer an excellent retreat after a strenuous trek surrounded by the majestic peak of Annapurna and Machhapuchhare. From Tatopani you make your way back to Pokhara, visiting, on the way, several monasteries and sites of religious importance. Once in Pokhara you can enjoy a few bottles of cold beverages while looking back at this unforgettable experience.

 

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Day 1 Arrival

Kathmandu Arrival (1300 m/4264 ft)
2

Day 2

Kathmandu (1300 m/4264 ft): Sightseeing and Preparation for Trekking
3

Day 3

Drive Kathmandu to Beni
4

Day 4

Trek Beni to Babichaur (1000m)
5

Day 5

Trek Babichaur to Dharapani (1565m)
6

Day 6

Trek Dharapani to Muri (1850m)
7

Day 7

Trek Muri to Boghara (2050m)
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Day 8

Trek Boghara to Dhoban (2630m)
9

Day 9

Trek Dhoban to Italien Base camp (3500m)
10

Day 10

Rest day/Acclimatization day/leisure day
11

Day 11

Italian Base camp- to- Glacier camp (4250m)
12

Day 12

Trek to Dhaulagiri Base camp (4650m)
13

Day 13

Rest day /Acclimatization day
14

Day 14

Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp “French Col” Hidden Valley
15

Day 15

Trek to Hidden Valley Camp 5000m
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Day 16

Trek Hidden Valley to Yak Kharka
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Day 17

Trek Yak Kharka to Marpha
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Day 18

Trek Marpha to Kalopani/Lete
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Day 19

Trek Kalopani/Lete to Tatopani
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Day 20

Rest/Leisure day in Tatopani (natural Hot Spring)
21

Day 21

Trek Tatopani to Ghorepani (2819m)
22

Day 22

Trek Ghorepani  to Tadapani
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Day 23

Trek Tadapani to Landrung
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Day 24

Trek Landrung to Pothana/Dhampus
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Day 25

Trek Pothana/Dhampus  to  Pokhara
26

Day 26

A free/Leisure day in Pokhara/Explore city
27

Day 27

Fly/Drive back to Kathmandu
28

Day 28

Transfer to airport return to your home

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