Fixed Depature Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition
|The seventh highest Himalayas in the world, start from Beni and ending in jomsom .Dhaulagiri located in north central Nepal. Dhaulagiri (8167m.) was first climbed by the Swiss in 1960. Its name is derived from Sanskrit "dhavala means" means "White" and giri is "Himalayas " The Himalayas was sighted by British surveyors in India in the early 1800s and was mapped by one of the secret Indian surveyors, the pundits, in 1873, but the region remained largely unknown until a Swiss aerial survey in 1949.This 7 highest Himalayan in the world is considered an interesting peak with more than six different routes. The normal climbing route is considered a reasonable climb with only short technical climbing sections and moderate avalanche danger. The South and West faces of Dhaulagiri both feature massive drops; each rises over 4000 meters from its base, and each has been the site of epic climbs. The tangled topography of twisting ridges, glaciers, and ice falls is crested by a stretch of thirty miles. Several pyramid-shaped peaks rise along the main crest. Four of the summits, numbered form east to west, rise above 25,000 feet.
MAXIMUM: 45 Days
Fixed Departure date:
Spring: 07 April 2014
Autumn: 05 September 2014
Grope Require: 10-15
Details Itinerary Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition
Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 02 Document apply for Dhaulagiri Expedition
Day 03 Preparation for expedition in Kathmandu
Day 04 Drive from Kathmandu to Beni
Day 05 Trek Benito Babi Chor
Day 06 Trek Babi Chor to Dharapani
Day 07 Trek Dharapani to Mudi
Day 08 Trek Mudi to Boghara
Day 09 Trek Boghara to Dabang
Day 10 Trek Dabang to Pine Forest
Day 11 Trek Pine Forest to Italian Base Camp
Day 12 Trek Italian Base Camp to Dhaulagiri Base Camp
Day 13-36 Climbing period of Dhaulagiri I (8167m)
Day 37 Trek Base Camp to Tukuche
Day 38 Trek Tukuche to Yak Kharka
Day 39 Trek Yak Kharka to Marpha
Day 40 Trek Marpha to Jomsom
Day 41 Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara
Day 42 Flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu
Day 43 Rest Day at Kathmandu
Day 44 Departure your next destination
Mera Peak +Ama Dablam 6,812m Fixed- Departure- Expedition
Cost Advance Base Camp Service only
02-04 Person: US$ 6'700.00 per person
05-07 Person: US$ 6'150.00 per person
08-10 Person: US$ 5'700.00 per person
High Altitude Sherpa: US $ 1800 (If required): The cost does not include the climbing Sherpa’s food & fuel, tents, climbing and summit bonus above advance base camp.
Advance Base Camp Service Cost included
- 5 nights 3 star standard hotels in Kathmandu with bed & breakfast
- Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition Permit Fee and Annapurna Conservation Fee
- Complete camping equipment for trekking & base camp
- Liaison officer and Interpreter
- Food during trekking and Base Camp for Member & Staff
- 1 High Altitude Sherpa every 4 members
- 1 Tent per member for Base Camp
- 2 base camp staff (1 Kitchen Boy & 1 cook)
- Above mention staffs daily wages, equipment allowance
- Insurance of cook, kitchen boy, Liaison Officer and porters
- Generator or Solar panel at Base Camp for light and charging
- Satellite Phone available at Base Camp, but reasonable charge for use
- Porters to /from the Base camp to carry food and fuel, members climbing gears, and all Base camp equipment
- Porters return from Base Camp carry per member including food & equipment
- Flight: JOM-PKR-KTM for members & Sherpa Staffs
- Cargo: JOM-PKR-KTM
- Cargo clearance & Duties fee
- All ground transportation as per itinerary
- Air travel to and from Kathmandu.
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
- Laundry, postage, telephones all other items of personal nature.
- Entry visa for Nepal.
- International departure tax.
- Personal Expenses.
- Medical and rescue insurance.
- Personal Climbing equipment
- Bar Bills and beverage
- Medicine and first aid expenses
- Emergency rescue evacuation if required
- Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa (if you use climbing Sherpa)