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Dhaulagiri Base Camp via Jomsom, 19 days  


Dhaulagiri Base Camp, 15 days trek/4nights Kathmandu total 19 days

Level:Strenuous (max. altitude 5,600 m)

Best Months: March-May, Sep-Nov


This is probably the single most extreme non-exploratory trek you can do in Nepal. You need a high level of fitness, a considerable ease in the outdoors, and basic mountaineering skills. There's a lot of untamed forest and difficult trails lower down, and as you go further up, you truly are all alone in the mountains and there are some extremely demanding parts of what goes for the trail. You truly must be able to hold your own here - a landscape this stark and isolated requires as much mental preparation as physical. The pay-off is an extraordinary sense of calm, as well as proximity to and view of the entire Dhaulagiri Himal  and the sixth highest mountain in the world, Dhaulagiri I (8,167 m). And, of course a sense of true extreme adventure. The hardest part is crossing over into the Kali Gandaki Valley, which is separated from the north and west of the Dhaulagiri massif by over a dozen peaks higher than 7,000 m. Once you've managed that, though, you'll be rewarded with the exceptionally pretty and hospitable Thakali villages of Marpha and Tukuche, and hot springs furthre down. You see trans-Himalayan culture at its most 'normal' - it will feel you've got to a very cosmopoltitan town, after what you've accomplished.


Day          Program

Day 01.    You will be picked up by our representative from airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02.     Free day in Kathmandu, night at hotel.

Day 03      On the bus from Kathmandu to Baglung.

Day 04     An easy day's walk past streams and fields to Babichour (920 m).

Day 05     The ease continues as you walk under the icy peaks in sub-tropical conditions to Dorbang (1,200 m).

Day 06     Gorban Dhara (1,930 m).

Day 07      Boghara (2,080 m).

Day 08    Dobang (2,880 m).

Day 09:      Ascend a challenging moraine to cross the glacier and reach the Italian Camp

Day 10      Extreme walking among glaciers, glacial ridges, steep moraines, and crumbling seracs to the next camp at 4,300 m. Stay here to acclimatise.

Day 11     There's more of the same today to get to Dhaulagiri Base Camp at (4,900 m).

Day 12     French Pass (5,400 m) and break for the night in the appropriately-named Hidden Valley (5,020 m).

Day 13:    Thapa Pass (5,240 m) to drop down into Yak Kharka, a typical Himalayan high-altitude pasture. The views from the pass of the Annapurnas, Nilgiri, and Hiunchuli across the Kali Gandaki Valley are alone worth the exertion of the trek.

Day 14   A very steep descent to Marpha (2,680 m).

Day 15    Walk up to Jomosom (2,713 m), the major transit point that has an airport, banks, a museum, and an army encampment.

Day 16    Take the spectacular flight to Pokhara (920 m), and spend the day and night by the lake.

Day 17    On the bus to Kathmandu.

Day 18:    Free day in kathmandu  for  shopping.

Day 19:    Transfert to the  airport or own  destination.


Cost on your request

 Cost quoted in itineraries includes:

        Airport-hotel transfer at arrival and departure

        Domestic land and air transport as described in itinerary Jomsom-Pokhara US $ 80 per person

        Four nights 2 stars accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast Hotel UTSE or similar.

        All trekking and conservation area and national park permit fees,

For Camping or Tented Trek

        All meals, camping gear (except sleeping bags) such as tents, kitchen equipment etc, salaries and insurance for guides, sherpas, cooks, porters (who will carry 15 kilos of personal belongings  per person) etc during tented treks.

        Re-confirmation of flight


Cost quoted does not include:

        Your international flight into and out of Nepal

        Travel insurance

        Domestic and international airport taxes

        Lunch, dinner, drinks in Kathmandu (US$6-15 per day)

        Tips, souvenirs or other shopping