Dhaulagiri (8,167m) Expedition
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Trip Overview

The 8000m peak Dhaulagiri Expedition is one of the more difficult mountains. 8167 meters is the height of Mount Dhaulagiri. It is located in one of the Annapurna circuit's most stunning Kali Gandaki valleys. This area is fascinating with stunning sites to see, including the deepest gorge in the world and mountains covered with snow all around. 


The trip to Mount Dhaulagiri, the seventh-highest mountain on Earth, is difficult and demands a strong body since we give climbers plenty of time to acclimatize and a variety of ascent routes. The northeast ridge is chosen by the alpinist because it is risky but exciting.


One of the most exciting peaks to climb is Dhaulagiri. The majority of climbers have followed the first route, also referred to as the "Normal Route," on Mt. Dhaulagiri's five ridges as well as its south and west faces. 


Although the northeast route is thought of as the typical way, Mount Dhaulagiri has been scaled from all angles. Since every route up Dhaulagiri is difficult, only experienced climbers seem to be interested in this peak.


Trip Itinerary

Day 01

When you arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu, you will be greeted warmly by a representative from our team. Our representative will then accompany you to your hotel and go over the details of your tour itinerary. In the motel, spend the night.

Day 02

You will visit Pashupatinath, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambunath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square today to explore this historic city's numerous cultural and natural attractions. After visiting these locations, you will make your trek preparations.

Day 03

Today will be the day you prepare for your trek as per usual. You will purchase for your needs, then meet with your team and leaders to plan your schedule.

Day 04

You can travel to Pokhara (827m) by bus or air, and you can spend the rest of the day exploring Phewa Lake, Temples, various caves, David's Fall, and other attractions.

Day 05

After breakfast, you'll drive to Nayapul, where you'll begin your trip to Ulleri. There, you'll eat lunch before starting your second march toward Ghorepani (2874m)

Day 06

You ascend Poon Hill early in the morning to witness a spectacular sunrise and a 180-degree view of the Annapurna region. Afterwards, you go back to Ghorepani to eat breakfast and head towards Tatopani (1190 m). This location is well-known among hikers as a place of pilgrimage and to unwind after a long day of walking. 

Day 07

As we go through the Kali Gandaki valley's steep gorge, waterfalls, and Ghorepani, we eventually arrive at the Thakali village of Ghasa (2100m), which is renowned for being home to several bird species.

Day 08

Until we reach Marpha village (2667m), the trail climbs sharply past forests, rivers, the settlements of Lete, LarJung, and Tukuche, as well as some agricultural terrain. Continue to sleep at Marpha.

Day 09

You will soon stop by the town of Marpha and get ready to march toward Yak Kharka today. You climb a hill and eventually arrive in Yak Kharka (4010m) after passing through a patchy forest.

Day 10

After a satisfying breakfast, you'll hike to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (5350m) while taking in the stunning panoramas of the snow-covered Himalayas and the surrounding natural beauty. At Dhaulagiri Base Camp, you can now set up camp. A night is spent in Dhaulagiri Base Camp.

Day 1112

These days will be devoted to your acclimatization and instruction in using gear, equipment, and other essential mountaineering supplies. You will develop good teamwork and communication skills and strategic planning. The most crucial thing is to have confidence and pay attention to every detail that affects your safety.

Day 1341

We travel from Base Camp to the peak. Because we stop to acclimatize to prevent altitude sickness, the trek up to the summit takes about twice as long as the climb down. We will ascend to the mountain's summit for breathtaking views of the neighbouring mountains. We'll head back to Dhaulagiri Base Camp on day 41.

Day 42

You return to Yak Kharka today using the same route we went there. You will spend your night in Yak Kharka. 

Day 43

Trek down to Jomsom (2682m), visit the beautiful town and spend the night there.

Day 44

You'll enjoy tea or coffee this morning before preparing for your flight from Jomsom to Pokhara (827m). You will enjoy the vistas observed throughout the journey, which lasts 20 minutes. The remainder of the day can be spent exploring Pokhara, taking in its surroundings, and participating in other sports like boating and fishing.

Day 45

After breakfast, you will depart for Kathmandu (1360m) and arrive there after a six-hour trip. You must have grown exhausted, so take the remaining of the day to unwind and have a massage. Spend the night in a hotel.

Day 4647

You have the day off today in Kathmandu. You are free to use any of Kathmandu's amenities and services, including sporting events, shopping, movies, restaurants, and bars, and give your loved ones a souvenir of Nepal. In the motel, spend the night.

Day 48

The last day of your trek is today. Travel from Kathmandu to your nation of origin. If you have enough time to stay in Nepal, give us a call so we can start making plans for your trip.

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