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Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition

Dhaulagiri is one of the most popular 8000m. peaks for climbing in Himalayas . The seventh highest mountain in the world, Dhaulagiri, lies on north – west of Pokhara culminating high point at its eastern end. Dhaulagiri is almost uninque in the world in terms of its rise above local terrain, it rises 7000m. over Kaligandaki gorge the south east in about 30 km of aerial distance. In fact, Kali Gandaki is dramatic as two eight thousenders, Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri both stand near the river facing each other over a deep valley.

When Dhaulagiri was first discovered in 1808, it was thought to be the highest mountain in the world for the westerners. It remained as highest peak for 30 years before its place was taken by Kanchanjunga. Dhaulagiri means white mountain which justifies a magnificient peak rising as a giant shoulder of shining ice and snow. 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 historical climbs. The peak was first conquered in 1960 by a Swiss / Austrian expedition team via North East Ridge which has been the normal route of ascent for most of the climbings to date. Dhaulagiri is buttresses by five ridges which offers the possibilities of different routes of ascent though six different routes have been established for climbing so far.

Day    Description
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Preparing Expedition
Day 03: Briefing in Ministtry of Tourism
Day 04: Drive by Bus to Beni and Galeshor Camp
Day 05: Galeshor - Tato Pani
Day 06: Tatopani - Ghasa
Day 07: Larjung - Marpha
Day 08: Marpha - Yak Khark
Day 09: Yak Khark - Dhaulagiri Base Camp
Day 10-39: Climbing Period of Dhaulagiri 8167m.
Day 40: Prepared for coming back
Day 41: Dhaulagiri Base camp - Yak Khark
Day 42: Yak Khark - Jomsom
Day 43: Fly Jomsom - Pokhara - Kathmandu
Day 44: Kathmandu
Day 45: Final Departure.
  • - 1 Person, USD 24500.00
  • - 2 Persons, Per Person USD 17,500.00
  • - 3 Persons, Per Person USD 1,5600.00
  • - 4 Persons, Per Person USD 9,700.00
  • - 5 Persons, Per Person USD 7,900.00
  • - 6 Persons, Per Person USD 6,800.00
  • - 7 Persons, Per Person USD 6300.00
  • - 8-12 Persons, Per Person USD 5700.00
Per climbing Sherpa USD 2900.00

Cost includes:
  • - 5 Nights accomodation in Kathmandu with bed and Breakfast( 3 star).
  • - Itinerry A. Permit fee of Ama Dablam 6812m. Expedition
  • - Itinerary B Ama Dablam and Island Peak Permit
  • - Food for Trekking and expedition period
  • - Expedition crew: Base camp Guide, Cook, Cook helper
  • - Porters or Yak porter Lukla to Base camp and Base camp to Lukla
  • - Kathmandu -Lukla - Kathmandu flights with Cargo 50 KG per member
  • - Equipment allowance, daily allowance for Liaison officer, expedition crew
  • - Insurance for Nepalese expedition crew.
  • - 1 tent for 1 person for Expedition
  • - Mat, dining tent, Toilet tent, Mess tent, Store tent, Table and chairs trekking for the expedition
  • - Local transportation in Kathmandu (Airport-hotel-airport)
  • - Emergency Oxyzen, Mask and regulator
  • - Fare well din

Cost does not include:
  • - PERSONAL equipment for climbing and trekking
  • - Personal and medical Insurance of expedition
  • - Climbing food, Gas and stove above Base camp
  • - Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • - Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter incase needed
  • - Walki Takie permit and personal satellite phone permit
  • - Oxygen and Mask -regulator
  • - Personal expenses
  • - Bar Bills and beverage

Garbage Deposit USD 3300.00 (Sharing of the total person) and Deposit fee will be not refunded if the clients (climber) don't take back their garbage.