Dhaulagiri is one of the most renowned and seventh highest 8000m peaks in the world. It is situated on the north-west of Lake City called Pokhara in the western part of Nepal and southern side of the Nepal and Tibet border. This peak was initially scaled in 1960 by Swiss team through North East Ridge. Dhaulagiri with next 8000m elevated Annapurna makes Kaligandaki the deepest gorge in the world. Dhaulagiri is also one of the most complicated peaks in the world.
Arrival in Kathmanduand transfer to hotel
Kathmandu for official procedures and preparation day for the expedition
Drive to Beni (830m 2723ft) and further drive to Darbang (1180m - 3870ft)
Trek to Phaliya Gaon (1500m-4920ft)
Trek to Muri.(1850m 6068ft).
Trek to Boghara (2080m 6823ft)
Trek to Dobang (2520m 8266ft)
Trek to Italian Base Camp (3660m 12005ft)
Rest day at Italian Base Camp
Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4700m 15420ft)
Climbing period of Mt. Dhaulagiri
Trek to French Col (5360m 17,580ft)
Cross French Col and trek to Kharkha Camp
Cross Dhampus Pass (5258m 17,247ft) and stay overnight at Camp
Trek to Tukuche (2590m 8496ft)
Drive to Beni
Drive to Kathmandu
Free day in Kathmandu
Departure from Kathmandu
Service Details: Cost Includes:
All airport/hotel transfer
5 Nights in Kathmandu on normal nice hotel with breakfast
Transportation cost for member, guides and equipments from KTM-Beni-Darbang & Tukuche-Beni-KTM (per person 30 kg luggage allowed-climbing equipment)
Food and accommodation during the trek and climbing session on full board basis.
All group equipment needed to reach base camp and climb the mountain
Climbing Sherpa, porters, liaison officer, camp staff and 1 personal climbing guide.
Cook and kitchen helper at Base Camp
All necessary paper works including climbing permit of Dhaulagiri
2 bottles of 3 ltr Poisk oxygen for member and 1 bottle for climbing Sherpa and TopOut Masks, regulators and back up masks (extra oxygen use USD 600 per bottle )
Equipment allowance and daily wages for all Nepali staffs
Equipment allowance and salary for Liaison officer
Solar panels for charging photo equipment and computer at Base Camp
Communication/satellite phone (pay call) in base camp.