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Dhaulagiri Trekking (20 Days)

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The Dhaulagiri means "White Mountain" is the seventh highest mountain in the world. It is an enormous Himalayan massif, located in north central Nepal. Dhaulagiri is the highest mountain located entirely within Nepal. After its discovery by the western world in 1808, it replaced Ecuador's Chimborazo (20,561 ft.) as the highest mountain in the world.

 

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  • Trek Type: Camping Trek
  • Duration:20 Days
  • Max. Elevation:5360m
  • Rating: Challenging

The Dhaulagiri means "White Mountain" is the seventh highest mountain in the world. It is an enormous Himalayan massif, located in north central Nepal. Dhaulagiri is the highest mountain located entirely within Nepal. After its discovery by the western world in 1808, it replaced Ecuador's Chimborazo (20,561 ft.) as the highest mountain in the world. 

The superb but difficult Dhaulagiri trek allows you to discover the beautiful Dhaulagiri (8167m) or White Mountain that starts from the sub-tropical forests of the Myagdi valley. Most of the route is on snow and glaciers and snow as it crosses French Pass(5240m) and Dhampus(5155m) Pass

Our trail passes through dense forests of rhododendron, oak, deciduous trees and juniper. The Dhaulagiri Trek is particularly attractive to people drawn to high mountains and wilderness, and requires an excellent physical condition and basic mountaineering skills.The Dhaulagiri trek starts at Beni, the district headquarters of Myagdi, follows the Myagdi Khola. A great significance of this trek is the French pass (5360m), where trekkers must be aware of the health of their group members, especially on the section between French pass and Dhampus pass (5250m). Because of the high altitude, this trek is recommended for trekkers with some physical training. The trekking includes Dhaulagiri Base Camp, French Col., Hidden Valley, Thapa Pass, Dhampus Pass, Kali Gandaki, Marpha, Kalopani, Ghorepani, Nayapul (conditional).

Day 01- Arrival at Kathmandu (1345 m) 

Day 02- Sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley.

Day 03- Kathmandu – Beni (850 m)

Day 05- Trek to Dharapani (1,400meters)

Day 06- Trek to Muri (1,850meters)

Day 07- Trek to Boghara (2080meters) 

Day 08- Trek to Dobang (2,520meters)

Day 09- Trek to Choriban Khola (3,110meters)

Day 10- Trek to Italian Base Camp (3,660meters)

Day 11- Acclimatization and rest day.

Day 12- Trek to Glacier Camp (4210meters) 

Day 13- Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4740meters) 7 hours. 

Day 14- Another acclimatization and Rest Day. 

Day 15- Pass the  French Pass (5360 meters) and then trek to Hidden Valley (5200meters) 

Day 16- Cross Dhampus Pass (5200 meters), and trek to Yak Kharka (3,680meters) 

Day 17- Trek to Marpha (2,667m) and then to Jomsom (2710m) 5 hrs. Over night at hotel.

Day 18- Fly to Pokhara 

Day 19-  Pokhara – Kathmandu

Day 20- Departure

Day 01- Arrival at Kathmandu (1345 m) 

Arrival at Tribhuan International airport in capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. Our representative will meet you in the airport and transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 02- Sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley.

Pre-trip meeting, arrangement, introduction with trekking companion and Apex Himalaya team. Briefing on your Dhaulagiri trek by trekking guide. Then with professional tour guide we visit Boudhnath Stupa, Pashupatinath and Patan Durbar Square. Remaining time for shopping and exploration around alleys of Thamel.

Day 03- Kathmandu – Beni (850 m)

After breakfast we go for eight hours drive to Beni , with  the amazing sceneries on the way.  Beni is the district headquarters and has a police check post where your trekking permits will be examined. Beni is at the confluence of the Myagdi and the Kali Gandaki river. Overnight at tented Camp. 

Day 04- Trek to Babiyachaur (950 meters) 

We start our trekking from Beni. After leaving the Kali Gandaki river, passing through cultivated fields, villages, suspension bridges, we enter in the Myagdi river valley. Following the path at Myagdi river left bank, walking past the small villages of Shisman and Talkot, we reach Babiyachaur. Trekking duration 4-5 hours. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 05- Trek to Dharapani (1,400meters)

Hiking out along high and winging trail out of Babiyachaur, we cross the river to the west bank of Myagdi river heading north to Phedi. The valley widens and terraced hills develop on both sides of the river. The trail is fairly level and you pass the village of Shahashradhara, cross the Duk Khola and walking through fields arrive at Ratorunga. From here the valley narrows again and the terraces disappear on either side of the river. The trail Continue to the large village of Dharapani. Approx 6 hrs trek. Tented Camp Overnight.

Day 06- Trek to Muri (1,850meters)

Our hike continues to the village of Sibang and Mattim, crossing the river to its West Bank. The  track starts climbing in earnest as you leave Phedi and there will be many switch-backs until you arrive at the crest and the angle of ascent eases.  Winding trail continues uphill, with a great view of Dhaulagir (8167 m) and Gurja Himal (7193 m) and after the steep climbs we reach a large and dense village of Magars called Muri. Approx 5 hours walk. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 07- Trek to Boghara (2080meters) 

Trekking down, crossing a brook and walking through terraced fields and climbing a ridge we reach the pass from where we can view Mt. Ghustung South soaring at the altitude of 6465 m. Further descend to the Myagdi river and trek along its West Bank to the village of Naura from where we will climb a little before crossing a lush hill and climbing a steep slope with switch-backs and then descend through a forest and terraced fields to Boghara. Approx 6 hrs trail. Tented camp Overnight.

Day 08- Trek to Dobang (2,520meters)

After Boghara we hike down the trail through terraced fields to a small crest and a jungle to Jyardan; it is the most isolated settlement. The meandering Dhaurlagiri trek route cross through rocky area and green hill then go down through a steep stone step to the river bed. We follow the river trail for a while and then again ascend to cross a brook to a Kharka. We steadily descend to Lipshe and walk through the forest to Lapche Kharka and then the track goes up to Dobang located on a flat land. Approx 5 hrs walks. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 09- Trek to Choriban Khola (3,110meters)

When we cross a wooden bridge out of Dobang the trail ascends a forested area and after a while the west face of Dhaulagiri I becomes visible through breaks in the trees. Hiking down to the Myagdi river and crossing it via a wooden bridge to the east bank we continue to Chartare. Again, passing through forests we cut across a rocky area and cross a river to Choriban Khola. Approx 5 hrs trail. Tented camp Overnight.

Day 10- Trek to Italian Base Camp (3,660meters)

Following a route to the terminal moraine of the Chhonbarban Glacier entering from the right, Tukuch peak (6837 m) becomes visible straight on; at the far end while the impressive north flank of Dhaulagiri I dominates the skyline to the right. The trail of this part of Dhaulagiri trek is not so well defined. After a short while you will reach Italian Base Camp (3660 meters) that is the site of your camp for the night. From here to the west are the peaks of Dhaulagiri II (7751meters), Dhaulagiri III (7715 meters) and Dhaulagiri V (7618 meters). Overnight at tented camp.

Day 11- Acclimatization and rest day.

This is our acclimatization & rest day at the base camp. Apex Himalaya strongly recommended that your body acclimatizes to the high altitude and be "tuned" for the even higher altitudes to come. You may explore around and just with the altitude. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 12- Trek to Glacier Camp (4210meters) 

We set up early in the morning when the weather is expected to be clear. The trail is bit prone to stone fall, and pass through a narrow gorge. Today we stay overnight near at glacier. Approx 6 hrs hike. Camp Overnight.

Day 13- Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4740meters) 7 hours. 

Trek to Dhaulagiri base camp, one of the adventurous day of our Dhaulagiri trek with the magnificent view of north part of Dhaulagiri first. Camp Overnight.

Day 14- Another acclimatization and Rest Day. 

We stay here for another rest and acclimatization, it is very important for us to adjust with the weather and altitude. We would explore around the area and view is great from this place. Tented camp Overnight.

Day 15- Pass the  French Pass (5360 meters) and then trek to Hidden Valley (5200meters) 

We start our hike early in the morning. After the glacier we climb two terraced hills, the first of which runs along the glacier, then cuts across the mountain flank and the moraine you enter a gentle incline on the left from an ablation valley. Climb this gentle slope to the French Pass (5360 meters). A great vista opens up from the French Pass and you will be able to see Mukut Himal (6328 meters), Tashi Kang (6386 meters) and Sita Chuchura (6611 meters), all of which surround the Hidden Valley. To the south is Tukche Peak (6920 meters) and beyond is the massive peak of Dhaulagiri I. From French Pass you continue along the right edge of the Hidden valley losing a little elevation to Thapa Pass (5250meters) between Tukche Peak and Thapa Peak (6,012 meters). Hiking down from Thapa Pass we will make it to camp at 5200 meters. Approx 6 hrs walk. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 16- Cross Dhampus Pass (5200 meters), and trek to Yak Kharka (3,680meters) 

Hiking down the steep slope from the hidden valley to the Dhampus Pass and continue to summer pasture land at Yak Kharka. There is a perfect camp site to enjoy the surroundings.  Approx 6 hrs hike. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 17- Trek to Marpha (2,667m) and then to Jomsom (2710m) 5 hrs. Over night at hotel.

Walking down to the village of Marpha, on the west bank of the Kali Gandaki River. Marpha is home to many apple orchids as well as all the various food products made from fruit. Apple Brandy is a local specialty that you may be lucky enough to taste en route. Continue north, up the river valley to the town of Jomsom. Approx 5 hrs hike. Tented camp Overnight.

Day 18- Fly to Pokhara 

After breakfast we take early morning flight  of approx 35 minutes to Pokhara. Upon arrival at Pokhara our guide would transfer you to your hotel. In the afternoon we will explore around lake side or rest in the hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 19-  Pokhara – Kathmandu

Approx 6 hours drive back to Kathmandu. Rest of the time on your own.  Overnight at hotel.

Day 20- Departure

Farewell and transfer to international airport for your final departure.

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Cost Include(s)

01. Domestic Airport picks up & drops by private vehicle.

02. Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara with breakfast.

03. City sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and local English-speaking guide throughout the tour as described in the program by private vehicle.

04. All your standard Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.

05. Twin sharing tented accommodation during the trek.

06. Camping equipments, kitchen equipments, mattress, toilet tent, shower, dinning tent, dining tables, chairs etc.

07. Goverment licensed English speaking Guide/Sherpa, experienced cook and required number of Porters to carry your luggage and other camping equipments. 

08. Expenditure for the field staffs that includes their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipments, medicine etc. 

09.  All required trekking permits.

10.  Entrance & monument fees at various sightseeing places during Kathmandu/Pokhara valley sightseeing.

11. Apex Himalaya duffel/kit bag, sleeping bag, down jacket (To use during the trek) and T-shirt (yours to keep).

12. All other surface transportation throughout the trip as described in the itinerary.

13. Travel & Rescue arrangements.

14. Farewell dinner in Kathmandu

15. All our government taxes and official expenses.

Cost Exclude(s)

01. Nepal entry visa fee

02. International airfare – to and from Kathmandu

03. Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

04. Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, tips, etc.,

05. Beverages like mineral water, juice, Coke, Fanta, Sprite as well as alcoholic drinks.

06.  Travel Insurance(Essential). 

07. Personal trekking equipment except stated above.

08. Tips for guide, porter, driver and other field staffs.

09. Additional charge in case of extension in the trip. 

10. Any loss arising due to unforeseen circumstances that is beyond Apex Himalaya control.

Q:  Is Nepal safe enough for tourist to travel?

Yes. In the past, Nepal has experienced political unrest, however since November of 2006, the signed Nepal Peace Agreement, between the Government of Nepal and the Nepal Communist Party (Maoists) has brought this unrest to a close.

Q: Which is the best time to visit Nepal?

The best season to visit Nepal is after the monsoons that end in August until mid-December, before the winter sets in. Also, from mid-February to early June are the most preferred months by visitors. During these two periods, the rains wash the dusty tracks and the valley looks magnificent with blooming flowers. Mountain views are clear most of the time. It is humid in plains at this time but it is still better than the scorching heat of the summer.

It is best to visit hilly areas in summer; that is, the months of May and June. The average temperature at that time is around 22-25 degrees Celsius. Nights are a bit chilly in the lower Himalayan region but are comfortable. Mountainous areas are extremely unsafe during the monsoon season, which are very common. The persistent rains make the hilly tracts slippery.

 

In winter, most of the hilly areas become threats due to very heavy snowfall and avalanches, but if you are fond of snowfall then you can opt for the lower Himalayan regions that look beautiful covered in blankets of snow.

Q: Is it important to take any vaccines?You should contact your general practitioner or travel clinic for the latest travel health advice. It is advisable to be up-to-date with Tetanus, Polio, Typhoid, and Hepatitis A vaccination shots. If you are extending your stay in Nepal you may need anti-malarial protection.

 

Q: Do I need travel insurance?

It is necessary to have travel insurance for all clients to take in any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter evacuation, loss of luggage, etc. You can arrange this yourself or through Apex Himalaya in Nepal. The coverage per day is $15 dollars per person.

You must advise your insurer that you are going on a trek at relatively high altitudes and that your cover needs to include air evacuation and repatriation. A copy of your insurance document should be sent to us prior to coming to Nepal.

Q: Do you have an airport pick-service?

Yes we do. If requested prior to your arrival, we can arrange for our airport representative to greet you outside the Terminal Hall. She/he will be holding an ‘Apex Himalaya’ sign with your name on it. Upon arrival, you will be taken to your hotel.

Q:  How much shall I bring & where can I exchange my money?

You can exchange in Nepal, primarily in Kathmandu and in Pokhara. It really depends on your budget and what you want to do and for how long but approximately $500-$1700 in either travelers’ cheques or cash for your trip would be sufficient. ATM cards and credit cards can be used in Kathmandu Pokhara and other cities if additional cash needed. You will need $30 for the tourist visa fee (can receive visa upon entry) at the Kathmandu International Airport. You must pay only in cash in U.S. dollars or Euros. It is advisable to exchange your money either on your first day or the day after while you are in Kathmandu at a reliable money exchange counter.

Q:  Why Should I trek with an agency?

Trekking with an agency can be worthwhile for those who are on a very tight schedule but not on money. A trekking agency can organize a trek for you at affordable costs, which includes food, accommodations, transportation, porters and guides. To receive trekking permits and TIMS cards, clients must go through a trekking agency for issuing and ensuring a safe and legalized trek or tour.

Q: Does your company provide a TIMS card?

Apex Himalaya is a government registered company and a member of TAAN (Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal). We are legally authorized to provide TIMS cards to trekkers. For further information about this, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Q: Should I need to be totally fit in order to trek?

If you are reasonably fit and enjoy walking you will find trekking suits you. Normally the shorter treks tend to be easier whilst the longer ones often require a better standard of fitness. It is important to remember, however, that trekking requires an adequate level of physical conditioning. To prepare yourself for a trek, especially a difficult one that lasts two weeks or more, some moderate physical exercise is recommended before you embark on your journey such as walking, running swimming, or hiking. It is also worth remembering you can choose the pace and direction of your trek.

*Any person suffering from a pre-existing medical condition or diseases must seek medical advice before considering any trek.

Q: What is the general duration of treks?

The duration of the trek depends on the region of the trek and on interests which each client has. Generally speaking, treks can range from 2-3 days to a month’s time or sometimes longer periods if trekkers’ wish. Even the same trek can be of a different duration for different trekkers depending on their wishes and interests on the route.

Q: What do we get to experience in a trek?

You will mostly be on well-maintained trekking routes that consist of dirt trails. The terrain on some of these trails may be long, steep climbs or descents as well as rocky, dusty paths and forest tracks. There are also a lot of big stone steps and staircases especially on the Annapurna circuit. In some cases, treks include mountain passes so the trail can be narrow in places. You will feel a moderate altitude effect starting at around 3,000m upwards.

Q:  Is it necessary to use a trekking guide?

There is no compulsion to use a guide while trekking in Nepal. However, no matter how experienced or fit you are at outdoor activities, it is important to have a good orientation to a new area, especially if you go trekking. We highly recommend every guest to use our trained guides so that guests can easily and safely complete their trek. We believe that having a qualified trekking guide is a minimum safety requirement and can also enhance your enjoyment and understanding of the region as they act as a companion and interpreter. Our trekking guides are well-versed in a variety of foreign languages including English and take full responsibility of everything during a trek or expedition.

Q: What else should I be bringing in a trek?

Most of what you need during a trek is available in Kathmandu, and you can buy them or rent them once you are there. Most books on trekking will list them; check one out before you embark on your trek. If you do not have a book yet and plan to get one only once you are in Nepal, there are some things you may want to bring from home. Bring ear-plugs to help you sleep in spite of barking dogs. A battery operated short-wave radio can be helpful to listen to weather reports or the news. Also bring along a pocket knife, sunscreen, bug spray, sunglasses, photographic equipment, binoculars, a compass, a good watch with possibly an altimeter, and a day pack. Others, you can buy or rent in Kathmandu for reasonable price.

Q: When I go for treks, can I store my luggage somewhere?

Generally your hotel or lodge will let you store your luggage with them for some nominal or no fee. As long as you lock up your bags, they are normally safe.

Q: What is the weather & temperature like while trekking?

The weather can be unpredictable in the mountains. However, at night it is generally cold and the days are generally warm. If it is raining at the base of the mountain, it will be snowing at the top of its peak. There will be heavy snowfall during the months of December and February. It is important that you stay warm and dry in just about any condition. Temperatures could be as high as 20 degrees C and as low as -10 degrees C.

Q: What are the accommodations like on a trek?

Along the trekking routes, teahouses and lodges generally provide basic clean facilities with a mattress and a quilt or blanket. We can also offer you sleeping bags if needed (which need to be returned after your trip) but it is a good idea to have your own sleeping equipment if possible. Accommodations have private rooms with twin beds that may be used for double or single occupancy. Teahouses have an adjoining dining room around a fire burning stove. You may take a hot shower but need to ask them to boil the water.

Q: Do you think it is safe to eat freely in Nepal?

In general, yes. But, it's always good to take sensible precautions in order to avoid any health problems. No matter how tempting --and it can get very tempting after a long trek- avoid drinking any other water than bottled water. If you have to drink non-bottled water, purify it with iodine or chlorine tablets (available readily in most drug stores in Kathmandu). Asking for bottled water in restaurants is always a best idea.

Do not eat roadside food that is exposed in the open air. Avoid buying and eating raw and unpeeled fruit and vegetables. Other than that, it is fine to have boiled, fried or properly packaged food items. Read the FAQ on Health and Insurance for details on what to do in case of health problems.

Q: What is Altitude Sickness?

Altitude Sickness is the effect of altitude on those who ascent too rapidly to elevations above 3,000 meters. The basic early symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, loss of appetite and sleeplessness. One shouldn't ignore these early symptoms as these symptoms may lead to more serious warnings and cause death sometimes within few hours. Medicine is no substitute for descent. If a doctor is available, he may give medicine and oxygen. However, the patient must go down to lower altitude even if treatment is given.

Q:  If I suffer from altitude sickness or any kind of sickness, what should I do?

First of all, your trekking guide will provide you with First Aid. If the case becomes more serious, you will be transferred to a health post where you can consult with a doctor. For acute sickness, at your request, you will be immediately taken down by helicopter or airplane to Kathmandu for treatment and rest. It is strongly recommended to descend from the mountain if you are suffering severely from altitude sickness.

Q: What is your cancellation policy and terms of conditions?

If our clients are unable to make their trip or want to cancel their trip due to any unavoidable circumstances, Apex Himalaya can only refund 65% of the deposited amount. However, clients can postpone their travel date or make slight modifications to their original travel itinerary free of cost if given proper notice. Please see our Terms of Conditions for further details.

Q: Which documents do I need to bring with me?

You should bring a valid passport (must be valid for up to 6 months after you return from your tour; keep an extra photocopy just in case), a copy of your travel insurance, cash and traveler’s checks (keep numbers and proof of purchase separately); flight tickets, emergency contact numbers of T/C’s, banks, insurance and family members and any medications.

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