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Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition (8167m)

49 Days Spring and Autumn Nepal

Mt. Dhaulagiri, the sixth highest peak in Nepal and the seventh in the world stands tall at 8,167m from the sea level. The name of Dhaulagiri was derived from two words; “Dhawala” and “Giri” meaning “White” and “Mountain” Respectively. Situated at the Northwestern corner of Nepal, Mt Dhaulagiri touches Mt. Annapurna forming the deepest gorge in the World, the Kali Gandaki Gorge through which the Kali Gandaki River flows. The Dhaulagiri massif extends about 120km from the Kali Gandaki River to the Bheri River in the West.

Dhaulagiri is very fascinating as well as interesting as it has been scaled from all directions despite all routes being very challenging. It has 5 ridges but Northeast Route is considered as the normal and standard route. The first ascent to Mt Dhaulagiri was made by the Swiss/Austrian Expedition team led by Kurt Diemberger on the 13th of May 1960.


Arrival in Kathmandu and Rest at the Hotel

Preparation, Briefing and Documentation

Fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Drive from Pokhara to Takam Camping overnight

Trek to Bagar (2080m)  Camping Overnight

Trek from Bagar to Dovan (2520m)

Trek to Italian Base camp (3660m) Camping

Rest and Acclimatization at Italian Base camp. Camping

Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4750m)

The first base camp is set at 4750m. Three other camps are set at 5850m, 6400m and 7400m respectively for the convenience of the climbers. After the successful summit, we gradually descend downwards to the Base Camp. 

After cleaning the base camp, we prepare for our return.

Trek to Yak Kharka (3680m)

Trek to Marpha from Yak Kharka through small villages, yak pastures, and forests.

Drive to Pokhara from Marpha

From Pokhara, we take a domestic flight to Kathmandu and rest at our hotel.

Today, you will be taken for sightseeing around Kathmandu City. Our professional guide will give you a detailed tour of the places.

We will drop you off at the airport at your convenient time for your departure.

  • Airport Transfer Costs.
  • Hotel Accommodation Cost for 4 Nights Bed and Breakfast
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Domestic Airfares and Land Transportation Cost
  • Expedition Royalty, Climbing Permit and Necessary Documentation
  • Summit Route Fixing Charge
  • Garbage management and disposal fee.
  • Three-time meal with Hot Beverages and Soups During the Trek/ Expedition
  • An individual tent for each member at base camps.
  • Maximum 60 kg luggage carrying fee.
  • Tents for Dining, toilet, shower, communication and other necessary Items for accommodation
  • Generator and Solar Panels at Camps for light and charging Electronic Devices.
  • Heaters, Pillow, Mattresses, Sleeping Bags at the base camp.
  • Walkie-talkie per climber
  • Availability of Daily Weather Forecast
  • Summit Mask Regulator for each member
  • Up-to 6 Oxygen bottles for each climber
  • Internet Service, Satellite and Cell-phone Network at the base camp. (Payable as peruse)
  • All necessary climbing gears
  • Insurance for all expedition staffs
  • One Climbing Sherpa per Member
  • Government Liaison Officer.
  • Helicopter rescue costs for high altitude Climbing Members


  • International Airfares
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees
  • Personal Expenses: All personal expenses like Alcoholic beverages, personal shopping, and any extra food items that do not fall in the category of Cost Includes.
  • Extended stay or early arrival than Trip start date or early return from the trip.
  • Filming Gears, Camera and Drone Permit Fees
  • Summit Bonus for climbing Sherpa (Full Board Member)
  • Tips to the staffs
  • Any Service that is not provided by the company
  • Extra activities besides mentioned in the Itinerary