Dhaulagiri Round Trek

Departure Date

Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

Duration

17 nights / 18 days

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Maximum Seats

20

Dhaulagiri Round Trek popularly known as long adventure trekking in the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range. Trekking in the lap of world’s seventh highest mountain peak is strenuous adventure in Nepal.

Dhaulagiri which means “white mountain” the 7th highest peak in the world and situated at the northwest of the Pokhara valley. The trek 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 elusive snow leopard in the remote valleys of this region.

Dhaulagiri Round Trekking is less crowded camping trek and offers a unique and incredible culture and mountain views. Dhaulagiri now is popular among the adventure seekers and mountaineers.

Here a few highlights of Dhaulagiri Round Trek:

  • Hike to Italian Base Camp, Glacier Base Camp and Dhaulagiri Base Camp.
  • Mesmerizing views of Mt. Dhaulagiri I, Dhaulagiri II, Dhaulagiri III and Dhaulagiri V.
  • Picturesque hidden valley surrounded by Sita Chuchure, Mt. Tashi Kang and Mukut Himal.
  • Trek through two high Passes the French pass (5,240m/17,192ft) and Thapa pass (5,155m/16,913ft).
  • Encounter the most unique and incredible culture of people living there.
Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

Trips Details

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m/4429 ft.).
Day 02: Day for trekking preparation and free day in Kathmandu sightseeing.
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara (850m/ 2788.71 ft.) and drive to Beni.
Day 04: Beni to Dharapani (1,400m/ 4593.176 ft.). 4hr drive+4hr walk via Dharbang (1110m/ 3641.732 ft.)
Day 05: Dharapani to Muri (1,850m/ 6069.554 ft.). Walk 6-7hr
Day 06: Muri to Boghara (2050m/ 6725.722 ft.). Walk 5-6hr
Day 07: Baghara to Doban (2520m/ 8267.717 ft.). Walk 5-6hr
Day 08: Doban to Italian Base Camp (3110m/ 10203.41 ft.) Walk 6-7hr
Day 09: Acclimatization Day in Italian Base Ccamp
Day 10: Italian Base Camp to Glacier Camp/ French Camp (4940m/ 16207.35 ft.). walk 4-5hr
Day 11: Glacier Camp/French Camp to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4740m/15551.18 ft.). walk 5-6hr
Day 12: Dhaulagiri BC to Hidden Valley (5200m/17060.37 ft.) via Pass French Col (5010/16437.01 ft.). walk 4-5hr
Day 13: Hidden Valley to Yak Kharkha (3680m/ 12073.49 ft.). walk 5-7hr
Day 14: Yak Kharka to Marpha (2670m/8759.843 ft.). walk 5-6hr
Day 15: Marpha to  & walk an hr to Jomsom (2,715m/8907.48 ft.).
Day 16: Flight Jomsom to Pokhara (823m/2,700ft), flight 35min rest for Pokhara sightseeing.
Day 17: Fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu (1350m/4429 ft.).
Day 18: Final departure day

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Airport Pick up and drop service
All ground transportations by private vehicle
Three nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu
Guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu including tour guide and private vehicle
Kathmandu to Beni Private jeep
Meals on full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea & coffee) prepared by our expert cook
Twin sharing tented accommodation during the dhaulagiri trek
An experience guide, required number of porters, their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment
Trekking equipment (two men tent, dining tent, kitchen tent, table with chairs, kitchen utensils, and other necessary equipment during the trek)
Jomsom to Pokhara flight including departure tax
Adventure Connexion duffle bag, down jacket and sleeping bag during the trek
Adventure Connexion – Shirt (yours to keep)
Safe drinking water, boiled/iodine tablets.
First aid medical kit bag
All necessary permits for trek
All government and local taxes
Office service charge

Nepal Visa
Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara
All kind of drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks).
Your personal equipment.
Personal travel and medical insurance.
Any kind of personal expense.
Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.
Tips for trekking staff, driver.

How long is the trek?

The length of the trail depends on where you start and end your trek, therefore it can be anything between 160-230km. It can be done in as few as 16 days, or as many as 21 days, if doing side trips. Usually it takes either 15 or 16 days to do the shorter version, and 18-19 for the full route.

Do I need any permits?

Yes. You will need the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) which is $33 and Trekker’s Information Management System Card (TIMS card), which are $20 each for individual trekkers. Both can be obtained at the Adventure Connexion (AC) in Kathmandu. You will need your scan passport copy and passport sized pictures with you as well.

What is the lodging like?

The ACT is a teahouse trek, which means there are guesthouses in almost every village. Some are better than others, but generally rooms are basic and come with shared bathrooms. Blankets are provided but it’s a good idea to bring your own sleeping bag as it gets chilly in the higher levels and there are no heating systems inside the buildings. Usually you will have to dine at your lodge in order to get a room. Some places may offer hot gas showers for an additional fee, so take advantage of that while you can because above Manang you won’t get the chance to shower at all until you reach Muktinath, on the other side of the pass.

Is there are risk of getting altitude sickness?

There is a risk since you will be hiking above 3000m. Different people react to altitude in different ways, no matter their fitness level or experience in the mountains. That’s why you should learn and understand what altitude sickness is and what the symptoms are beforehand. You can ask your local travel medicine specialist, search online or attend one of the lectures organized in Kathmandu. There’s also an option to attend the high altitude sickness lecture in Manang organized by the Himalayan Rescue Association.

When is the best time to go?

The best weather for trekking in the Annapurna region is during autumn (September to November) and spring (March-May). The skies are clear then and you will get a chance to enjoy some outstanding views of the Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri peaks. Keep in mind that even though it is not monsoon season anymore it will be much warmer and humid in the lower regions (jungle) and you still may encounter an unexpected shower or two. It will also be much cooler above 3500m. Even though it’s not technically winter you will need warm clothes and a down jacket.

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Tour Name Price Per Adult Price Per Child Available Seats Departure Date Duration
Dhaulagiri Round Trek $ 2,330 $ 1,550 20 Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 17 nights / 18 days

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