Do you know that there is one particular trekking route in Nepal that endows off the beaten paths adventure, Annapurna Circuit Trek and Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek experience in a once single trip? Yes, Dhaulagiri Trekking is the most diversified off-the-beaten-path trekking in Nepal has all the answers to the above-mentioned question. Info Trekking Nepal majestically placed this package on the website to create similar enthusiasm on some of the overlooked yet alluring trekking routes of Nepal. Find yourself the beauty of nature and lap of the world’s 7th tallest mountain Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m).
Dhaulagiri Trekking endows a plethora of Mountain Vistas around Mt. Dhaulagiri. It is also known as the Mid Western Wild Mountain journey. It is a rewarding trip having unlimited unexpected nature surprises and adventure avenues on the trail. The dramatically contrasting geographical setting paves way for a beautiful yet daunting trek in Nepal. The journey traverse through High Mountain passes like French Pass (5360 m) and Thapa Pass (5200 m). The icy trail could make matter worse but heeding the guide’s instructions might make it comfortable.
The Dhaulagiri Himalayan range is comprised of 15 peaks over seven thousand meters height. The trail was closed but it has been opened recently and ends at Tatopani near Beni. This adventure to White Mountain is astonishing and walking through the Gandaki gorge makes it even more blissful. Exploring clustered Thakali village Marpha is the bonus of this trekking. Trekkers end trekking like Annapurna Circuit Trek. Taking natural hot water springs will finally help in revitalizing the tired muscles before heading to Pokhara.
Book the Dhaulagiri Trekking package for the best experience of the wild, mountains, forests and village life of Nepal. Info Trekking Nepal undoubtedly urges all travel lovers to at least visit this place once. It would be your momentous journey so far in life. Our competitive price and impeccable hospitality are eager to serve you for a Himalayan walking holiday in Nepal.
Upon your landing at Kathmandu air terminal, our delegate will be there to receive you and drive you to your lodging. At evening you will be briefed about the trek by our expert team and you will stay overnight at Kathmandu.
We catch a flight to Pokhara and stroll down into the Kali Gandaki Valley and up the tributary Myagdi Khola valley to the extent Darbang situted at a height of roughly 1100 meters. We set up the principal camp of the trek at Darbang.
We set off trekking, going through a few towns in transit to the edge top settlement of Dharapani. We eat here; at that point proceed with our trek by means of Takam to Sibang (1770m).
Today, we trek to the extensive town of Muri where we stop for lunch , before proceeding with our climb of the Myagdi Khola valley to Naura Bhir (1450m).
We trek northwards, as yet following the Myagdi Khola, to the town of Baghara. We plunge to the stream before climbing again to the herders camp at Lapche Kharka (2000m).
The trail keeps moving through woodland to the open brushing zone of Dobang. After lunch, keep on sallaghari (2500m) where we make camp.
Today, we trek through a forested territory and crosswise over moraine to achieve the zone known as the 'Italian Basecamp' (3660m) where we make our camp underneath the terrific west face of Dhaulagiri.
Proceeding with our rising of the Myangdi Khola, we make the short yet soak move to our next camp known as 'Japanese Camp' or Chhonbardan Glacier Camp (4200m). There are incredible perspectives of the Dhaulagiri tops.
We are presently over 4,000 meters and our next camp will be at 4700 meters so it is essential that we incorporate an acclimatization day before going higher. A decent day for resting and making up for lost time with the clothing
Today, we trek crosswise over moraine of the Dhaulagiri West Icefall to achieve Dhaulagiri Basecamp (4748m) which we should reach in time for lunch. We set up camp here in a phenomenal area totally encompassed by Himalayan pinnacles.
After our critical late tallness pick up, we take a rest day here to help with our acclimatization.
A solid start, crossing moraine to in the long run achieve an edge that takes us up to the simple calculated snow inclines prompting the French Pass (5360m). We cross the go to come to the 'Shrouded Valley' behind Dhaulagiri where we make camp at 5120 meters.
The Hidden Valley is an extraordinary place for a spot of investigation. This day likewise fills in as an extra or possibility day on account of deferrals as yet.
We move go down to the level of the French Pass at the flip side of the valley and after that make the high navigate crosswise over to the somewhat bring down Dhampus Pass (5280m). Once finished the pass, we dive steeply to our camp at Yak Kharka (3827m)
Today we plummet 1000 meters to the floor of the Kali Gandaki Valley and the beautiful town of Marpha (2667m) on the Annapurna Circuit. A short trek north at that point takes us to Jomsom (2736m), where we remain in a hotel.
We take the energizing flight to Pokhara, where we check in at an inn and have whatever remains of the day to investigate this beautiful lakeside town, with its fantastic Annapurna sees.
We have a morning flight to Kathmandu, where we check in at our lodging and have the rest of the day at relaxation.
Lastly, our delegate will drop you at the international airplane terminal for you to catch your flight home.
Info Trekking Nepal!
provided us with a fantastic excursion to Dhaulagiri Trek. We planned to visit Nepal for four weeks and had a group of five people. Additionally, I spent a few weeks in Pokhara. After our first day in Kathmandu, they planned the ideal route for us to take as we made our way toward lake city.
At the airport, we were flawlessly welcomed and directed to our accommodation. The next day, we traveled peacefully to Pokhara. we also wanted to explore the motorways. We left Pokhara after a short time and began the Dhaulagiri trek.
We had the greatest adventure we could have possibly had thanks to careful planning. Dhaulagiri Trek was the best decision I've ever made, and Info Trekking Nepal is entire to give credit. I want to thank you all for the most amazing trek!!!
20th May, 2022