Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek takes you to the remotest of the remotest in the beginning, as well as the middle. As you head out to them, you are deeper into the classic, raw, adventure world. The experience that the trekkers haven’t experienced in their lives and countries. The experience that can be experienced only in this part of the world. The Himalayan Ranges, and in the midst of the best and much adventure, you see the natural beauties. One of them is a walk in the middle of the rice field; this kind of walk happens only in Nepal.
Equally, the traditional villages look beautiful on the hillside. From a narrow trekking trail, you head out to them with your talkative guide and a fast-walking, helpful, friendly porter. But your tiring legs want to take a rest at the top of a steep cliff. Along with this needful desire, there are other people like cooks and helpers. And they are the ones who will set up tents, and if you examine their activity in one minute, you will tell Dhaulagiri is the one and only famous camping trek in western Nepal that is filled up with adventures from beginning to end. So, you are about to do the best adventurous trek in the whole world with our helpful team.
Since you are heading from one remote region to another, you will surely come across a base camp. If you are an Italian, you will love this base camp, even if you are not, the respect for the Italian climbers grows naturally. The first question arises in your mind how did they do it that time? Where these climbers had set up a base camp more than 30 years ago, you will find the view of Dhaulagiri above much beautiful snow-covered imagination as it was then.
Many times, Italian climbers ascended the summit of Everest. Just like the Italians, the French also did the same thing, and you start to respect their Dhaulagiri climb as you are completely engulfed by the Himalayan wonders. The French Pass offers you this unique opportunity. Actually, this is your walking achievement in one sense, and the pass was first crossed by the French. Besides this iconic pass, there is another pass that always stands out in the minds of the trekking agencies of Nepal, and its name is the Thapa Pass. This pass also scales 5000 m plus. Thapa is an ethnic group of people like the Sherpas, and both of them are champions of hospitality services.
Since you know the meaning of a trek very well, Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek matches that meaning and also deserves the reputation and a platform to be shared with your friends, relatives, and near ones.
March, April, and May are the best months for trekking in Nepal. In these months, the flowers bloom, especially the mountain flowers, rhododendron. These flowers are the national flowers of Nepal. Looking at these blood-colored flowers, you start your trek in a lower level where the temperature is too perfect. As you reach a moderate level like 3000 m, the maximum temperature reaches 20 degrees Celcius. During this temperature, the sky is clear, and the stunning view of the mountain impresses you very much. On the other hand, August, September, October, and November are also the best months for trekking in Nepal. They are also the peak months. In October, the weather is excellent. There is plenty of sunshine, and there is also a blue sky overhead. Above all, there is the main festival of Hindu going on in all parts of Nepal.
The trekking trail is too steep when you head down to the river. In some parts of the trail, you have to use the rope. This trail also takes you to the forest, where the roots are exposed. These roots might trip you in the forest. The trekking trail that lies ahead is too narrow, which takes you to the river. There is no bridge over this river, and you have to cross it with the help of our guide, porter, and cooks. Some parts of the trail consist of glaciers, some of the moraine, some are rivers, and some are altitudes that scale up to 5000 m plus. These altitudes are challenging even to the experienced trekkers.
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