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Round Dhaulagiri Trekking Dhaulagiri's wild embrace unfolds: Peaks, Passes, Cultures untold. Tourist Link Treks beckons. Unleash your spirit; adventure unfolds.

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Round Dhaulagiri Trekking - 21 Days

Trip Facts

Group Size
+2 People above
Trip Grade
Most difficult
Hotel/Mountain Lodge/Tented Camp
Max. Elevation
5140 M
Full Board
Tourist Bus & Jeep

Trip Highlights

  • Trek the loop of massive Dhaulagiri 8167m.
  • Discover Magar, Gurung, and Thakali culture along the trail
  • Unspoiled and rugged province exploration
  • Cross legendary French pass 5360m and Thapa pass 5200m
  • Visit the world's deepest gorge at Kaligandaki Valley
  • Walk through some of the ancient Magar villages.
  • Dhaulagiri Base Camp 4800m visit.
  • Cross French pass 5360m, Thapa pass 5200m.

Trip Overview of Round Dhaulagiri Trekking

Round Dhaulagiri trek is one of the pristine excursions that offers the true taste of adventure thus this is the journey for the trekker who wants to take their tolerance to the next level. We confidently can say this journey can fill your thirst to trek hardcore rugged Himalayan terrain. This excursion offers the pure taste of trekking on one of the most virgin routes in the Himalayas. Exploring massive Dhaulagiri, observing some ethnic and their custom-culture, visiting Kali Gandaki valley, conquering the French pass, trekking beautiful Ghorepani, and exploring the world's deepest gorge are the major highlights of this journey. During this journey, we can have a close-up view of dozens of mountains. During trekking, we camp several nights at  Dhaulagiri base camp, Hidden Valley, and  Yak Kharka where you can feel the true taste of adventure.

Mt Dhaulagiri 8167m is the 7th tallest mountain in the world which lies between Annapurna in the east while river Kali Gandaki splits these mighty massifs carving the deepest gorge in the world. Round Dhaulagiri trek offers you to discover closeup views of several mountains like Dhaulagiri iv 7661m, Dhaulagiri III 7715m, Dhaulagiri II 7751m, Tsaurabong 6395m, Manapathi 6380m, Sita Chuchura 6611m, Mukot Himal 6087m, Nilgiri north 7061, Nilgiri central 6940m, Nilgiri south 6839m, Annapurna I 8091m, Annapurna south 7219m, Fishtail 6997m, etc. This trek offers the taste of geographical as well as climatic diversity. The place where you start your journey offers sub-tropical whereas the climate keeps changing as we hike up day by from subtropical to arctic at Dhaulagiri base camp 4748m, French pass 5360m, and hidden valley 5100m. The journey traverses through the beautiful village where you can explore the Mager people their culture, customs, tradition, and way of living. It gets solitary and peaceful up in the high province which enhances your desire to explore virgin terrain. Traversing through the alleyway on the Dhaulagiri glacier is the adventurous part of this excursion whereas we camp overnight at Dhaulagiri base camp 4748m which is also located on the glacier. Crossing the exigent French pass 5360m is another reward while we can have a close-up view of Mt Tukuche 6848m. Sleeping overnight at wonderful Hidden Valley 5100m is yet another adventure task. After crossing Dhampus Pass you will be surprised by the adrenaline bird's eye view all the way to the horizon. You have Nilgiri and Annapurna across the valley. while descending you get boon by the glorious Kaligandaki valley. A village like Marpha, Tukuche down from Kaligandaki Valley is very impressive. Your journey will follow the river Kaligandaki all the way down to Tatopani 1190m where you will retreat yourself a natural hot spring and the next consecutive day journey will ascend to Ghorepani which is famous for a flabbergasting panorama of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. The next day early morning after exploring Poonhill viewpoint we descend to Nayapul 1190m passing through the village and river where we drive back to Pokhara.

Round Dhaulagiri trek is a complete adventure journey the best remedy to quench your thirst for adventure. This excursion offers a diversity of Geography, Demography, Climate, and flora-fauna. Don't forget to train yourself before coming to do this trek and we would like to assure you of the best quality service with Tourist Link Treks which is absolutely giving the best value for your money.



Embark on the exhilarating Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, a 19-day odyssey that unveils the raw beauty of the Himalayas. This challenging trek navigates through high alpine pastures, remote valleys, and demanding high mountain passes, including the French Pass at 5,360m and Dhampus Pass at 5,200m. The journey encompasses the iconic Dhaulagiri Base Camp at 4,700m, offering breathtaking views of Tukuche Peak, Dhaulagiri I, II, III, and V.

The trek unfolds against the backdrop of the world's seventh-highest mountain, Dhaulagiri, a spiritual giant rising above the Kali Gandaki, the world's deepest gorge. Discovered in 1808, it continues to captivate with its awe-inspiring grandeur. The route, pioneered by a French team in the 1950s, traverses villages, terraced farmland, glaciers, and moraines, presenting a dynamic tapestry of landscapes.

This circuit trek demands a high level of fitness due to its challenging terrain, including sections prone to landslides and narrow trails requiring rope repairs. However, the rewards are unparalleled, with panoramic vistas of the Dhaulagiri range, glimpses of Annapurna, and the adrenaline-inducing French Pass crossing. The journey meanders through ethnic villages, allowing a deep dive into Magar culture, customs, and traditions.

The trek's pinnacle moments include nights at Dhaulagiri Base Camp, Hidden Valley, and Yak Kharka, where the true taste of adventure unfolds amid pristine landscapes. As you ascend from subtropical to arctic climates, the geographical and climatic diversity becomes apparent. The trek concludes with a descent through Kaligandaki Valley, adorned with picturesque villages like Marpha and Tukuche, and a final ascent to the famed viewpoint of Ghorepani, offering a stunning panorama of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.

The Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is an epic journey, a symphony of challenges and rewards that promises a profound exploration of the Himalayan wilderness, leaving indelible memories etched in the heart of every adventurer.


Day 01) Arrive in Kathmandu, Transfer to Hotel / 25-Min drive / Overnight at Hotel In Kathmandu.

Day 02) Kathmandu Valley sightseeing / 5-hour / Overnight at Hotel In Kathmandu.

Day 03) Drive Kathmandu to Beni / 9-hour drive / Overnight at Hotel in Beni.

Day 04) Drive Beni to Darbang & Trek Darbang to Dharapani 1560m / 2-hour drive, 5-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 05) Trek Dharapani to Muri 1720m / 5-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 06) Trek Muri to Bagar 2080m / 6-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 07) Trek Bagar to Dovan Kharka 2520m / 7-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 08) Trek Dovan Kharka to Khola Camp 3445m / 6-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 09) Trek Khola Camp to Italian Camp / 2-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 10) Rest Day, Excursion to Dhaulagiri Base Camp 4748m / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 11) Trek Italian Camp to Dhaulagiri Base Camp 4748m / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 12) Trek DBC to Hidden Valley 5100m via French pass 5360m / 7.5-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 13) Trek Hidden Valley to Yak Kharka Via Dhampus Pass 5200m / 7.5-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 14) Trek Yak Kharka to Marpha 2700m / 4-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 15) Trek Marpha to Kalopani / 7-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 16) Trek Kalopani to Tatopani / 7-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 17) Trek Tatopani to Sikha / 5-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 18) Trek Sikha to Ghorepani / 5-hour trek / Overnight at Mountain Lodge.

Day 19) Trek Ghorepani to Nayapul, Drive Nayapul to Pokhara / 7-hour trek, 1.5-hour trek / Overnight at Hotel in Pokhara.

Scenic Drive To Darbang:

Embark on the adventurous Around Dhaulagiri Trek, a circuit around the majestic Dhaulagiri peak standing at 8167 meters. Renowned for its toughness, this journey demands good physical fitness and prior trekking experience. Starting in Kathmandu, a scenic drive takes you to Darbang, marking the beginning of this challenging odyssey. The route unfolds diverse landscapes, traversing hills, mountains, and tropical gorges, creating a visually stunning and physically demanding experience. As you navigate through pristine terrains, including the world's deepest gorge and high mountain passes, the trek unveils unparalleled vistas of Dhaulagiri and neighboring peaks. This trek is tailored for seasoned trekkers seeking the ultimate adventure, promising a test of endurance and a profound connection with the rugged beauty of the Himalayas. Trust Tourist Link Treks to provide a well-guided and memorable journey through the heart of Nepal's wilderness.

Beni Ancient Trade Hub Between Nepal & Tibet:

Nestled along the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and Beni Khola rivers, Beni is a historic town with a rich trading legacy between Nepal and Tibet. In bygone eras, traders from both regions converged here for commerce and barter. Today, Beni thrives as a vibrant community, home to diverse ethnic groups including Thakali, Magar, Gurung, Chhetri, and more. This cultural tapestry enriches the town, offering a glimpse into Nepal's multicultural heritage. Explore the remnants of its trading past and embrace the harmonious blend of traditions in the welcoming town of Beni, a gateway to the cultural diversity of the region.

Muri, Takam, Darbang, Babiachaur Ancient Magar Settelment:

Embark on a captivating trek through ancient settlements like Muri, Takam, Darbang, and Babiachaur, among others. These villages, predominantly inhabited by the courageous Magar people known for their Gorkha legacy, offer a unique cultural experience. Magar individuals, renowned for their bravery, often return from serving in the Gurkha regiment with wealth and knowledge. This, in turn, contributes to the development of their villages. Characterized by saffron-clay-painted houses, stone-laid yards, multi-story homes, and livestock sheds, these villages reflect the distinctive architecture of the region. As you traverse through, witness the customs, culture, traditions, and daily life of the resilient Magar community, adding a cultural dimension to your trekking adventure.

Dhaulagiri Base Camp 4770m:

Nestled on the Dhaulagiri Glacier, the Dhaulagiri Base Camp at 4770m is a highlight of the Around Dhaulagiri Trek. Towering above at 8167m, Mt Dhaulagiri presents a majestic spectacle, commanding attention throughout your trek. The base camp offers a mesmerizing vantage point to admire the colossal beauty of this seventh-highest mountain in the world. Surrounded by the pristine glacial landscape, the Dhaulagiri Base Camp serves as a serene haven for trekkers, providing an awe-inspiring setting to absorb the grandeur of the Himalayan giant. Experience the sublime beauty and formidable presence of Mt Dhaulagiri at this elevated base camp.

Best Season:

Optimal for trekking, the Around Dhaulagiri circuit beckons from September to November and March to May. The pinnacle of perfection lies in October, blending moderate temperatures and clear skies. Amidst the splendors of autumn or the reawakening of spring, the trek unveils its true charm. Navigate the pristine landscapes, discover ancient settlements, and conquer high mountain passes in the hospitable embrace of October. Choose the middle of autumn or spring for a trekking experience that balances favorable weather conditions, ensuring a memorable and comfortable journey around the formidable Dhaulagiri massif. Embark on this adventure during the sweet spot of trekking excellence.

Explore Marpha, Tukuche town across Himalaya:

Nestled beyond the primary Himalayan range, Mustang, Manang, and Dolpo form the district behind the Himalayas, aptly named trans-Himalaya. Following the ascent of the French Pass at 5360m, one enters the Mustang district within the Annapurna region. Renowned for its arid terrain, the Mustang is the least rainy part of Nepal, residing in the rain shadow zone. The landscape, characterized by desolation and desert-like expanses, showcases a unique beauty. The sacred Kaligandaki River, carving through the mighty peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri, shapes the world's deepest gorge, enriching this trans-Himalayan region with geographical marvels. Explore this captivating domain where rugged landscapes and cultural richness converge in an extraordinary tapestry.

Experience Thakali Hospitality:

The Thakali people, one of Nepal's diverse ethnic groups, originating from the Kaligandaki valley, have become renowned culinary experts across the nation. With a presence extending beyond their valley origins, the Thakali name has evolved into a brand synonymous with fine cooking. Their culinary mastery has led to the establishment of popular Nepali restaurants bearing the name Thakali, attaining brand-like recognition. Embarking on the Around Dhaulagiri Trek with Tourist Link Trek & Expedition offers a unique opportunity to savor the distinctive Thakali cuisine and experience their warm hospitality. Immerse yourself in the rich flavors and cultural tapestry of the Thakali community, adding an extra layer of authenticity to your trekking adventure.

Experienced Guide:

At Tourist Link Trek & Expedition, as a seasoned trekking company, we prioritize delivering the best guides for an unparalleled experience. Our trekking guides are not only professional, skilled, and equipped but also possess extensive knowledge and a down-to-earth approach. We give precedence to professional local Sherpa guides, born and raised in the Himalayan highlands. Having a seasoned guide is a crucial advantage, ensuring a trip free from disruptions caused by inexperienced guides. All our guides undergo thorough training in guiding, first aid, and emergency scenarios, ensuring our clients have a seamless and secure trekking experience with us.

Booking Information:

For booking please contact us via e-mail and WhatsApp. Contact detail are given below.

WhatsApp: +977-9851268523

Email: touristlinktreks@gmail.com

Safety & Logistics:

Visit our website's FAQ section for detailed insights on safety and logistics. Discover essential information, from safety measures to recommended trekking gear, weather details, and emergency protocols. Your safety is paramount, and our comprehensive FAQ is designed to prepare you thoroughly for your trek. Delve into this resourceful section for valuable insights, and don't hesitate to reach out for any additional assistance. We are dedicated to ensuring your journey to the Everest region is both secure and enjoyable.


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Conclusion & Farewell:

Embark on an extraordinary adventure with Tourist Link Trek & Expedition to Everest Base Camp, where we redefine adventure with unparalleled comfort. Enjoy plush accommodations featuring warm, cozy rooms, relish delectable meals, and receive support from our dedicated guide and porter. At Tourist Link Trek and Expedition, we prioritize service quality, earning a reputation for excellence and positive client feedback. Join us for a journey led by professional, knowledgeable, and down-to-earth guides, providing an in-depth exploration of Everest Base Camp and a lifetime of adventure. Your comfort and satisfaction are our priorities as we strive to make your trek an unforgettable experience.



Upon arrival, Tourist Link Trek's airport representative will greet you and accompany you to your hotel. Following check-in, a stroll to the company introduces you to manager Hom. He will provide insights into your journey, preparation, necessary gear, and introduce your guide. This is also where you settle the remaining bill. Trust Tourist Link Trek for a seamless start to your adventure with personalized attention and thorough briefings.

Begin your day with a hearty breakfast before embarking on a city exploration in a private vehicle accompanied by an expert tour guide. Your itinerary includes visits to UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Bouddhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Patan Durbar Square. Marvel at the cultural richness and historical significance as your guide provides insights into each site. This personalized sightseeing experience ensures a deep immersion into the vibrant heritage of Kathmandu. Trust this well-curated journey to unveil the beauty of these iconic landmarks, offering a comprehensive glimpse into Nepal's rich cultural tapestry.

Embark on a scenic 9-hour drive to Beni in the early morning with your guide, porter, and supporting crew. Revel in the spectacular views during the journey, with convenient stops for snacks, lunch, and restroom breaks. Arriving in Beni, unwind and rest at a comfortable hotel. This immersive travel experience ensures both the thrill of the scenic route and the comfort of a well-deserved overnight stay in preparation for the adventures ahead.

Following breakfast, embark on a 2.5-hour Jeep ride to Darbang, traversing picturesque villages. Begin your trek from Darbang, crossing a suspension bridge and ascending for 2 hours. Pause for lunch and later reach Dharapani, a distinctive village. Explore the village, engage with locals, and witness their way of life. Conclude the day's journey with a 2.5-hour drive and a 3-hour trek, culminating in an overnight stay at a mountain lodge. This immersive experience seamlessly blends scenic travel, cultural exploration, and trekking, offering a well-rounded adventure.

Embark on the day's journey post-breakfast, traversing a trail that winds through villages and small terraces, creating a picturesque, jeweled landscape. Marvel at seasonal crops tended by local farmers. Ascending the ridge, enjoy a rejuvenating bird's eye view of the horizon. Lunch awaits at Muri, where you'll also spend the night. Muri, the largest village in the region predominantly inhabited by Magar people, offers a unique cultural experience. Take a stroll through the village, connecting with the local way of life. This day seamlessly blends natural beauty, cultural immersion, and a tranquil overnight stay in the heart of Muri.

Embark on the day's adventure post-breakfast, descending along the trail to the formidable Myagdi Khola river before ascending once more. Pass the picturesque village of Mahatala by the riverbank, with the turquoise green river, lush forests, and towering cliffs creating a stunning backdrop. The journey is adorned with a beautiful waterfall cascading across the Naura cliff, offering a refreshing sight. A 6-hour trek concludes at a mountain lodge, providing a tranquil overnight stay. This scenic route combines the allure of a flowing river, vibrant forests, and majestic cliffs, promising a day filled with natural splendor and rejuvenating landscapes.

Embark on an uphill trek through scenic alleyways, tracing the river amid lush greenery featuring Fir, Pine, Rhododendron, and bamboo. The journey offers rejuvenation as towering peaks and sparkling rivers accompany your path, providing constant energy. After approximately 7 hours, find repose at a mountain lodge. This trek seamlessly blends natural beauty, diverse flora, and the refreshing ambiance of mountainous landscapes, promising a fulfilling day of trekking and a serene night in the mountains.

Commence your day with an early breakfast as you embark on a trek through a slightly uphill trail in the lush green forest. Halfway through, pause for lunch at Bhaise Kharka before crossing the river via a wooden bridge. Notice the evolving scenery as trees become sparser. Conclude your day at Khola Camp for a tranquil overnight stay, having trekked a total of 6 hours. This journey promises a dynamic landscape, from dense forests to open terrains, providing a diverse and fulfilling trekking experience in the heart of nature.

Embark on a morning journey with a leisurely 2-hour walk. The trail gently ascends, crossing rivers through picturesque grasslands. Today's terrain offers a relatively easy trek, showcasing stunning views of Mt Dhaulagiri I, Dhaulagiri II, and Tsaurabong. Take a refreshing break to explore the surroundings and revel in the breathtaking mountain vistas. Find comfort in a mountain lodge for an overnight stay. This short yet scenic trek provides the perfect opportunity to appreciate the beauty of the Himalayan landscape, ensuring a relaxing day with captivating views.

On our acclimatization day, we engage in purposeful activities to adjust to the altitude. A hike to Dhaulagiri Base Camp at 4748m is planned, providing an opportunity to enhance stamina and acclimatization. The trail includes navigating through the glacier, with crevasses adding an element of adventure and caution. This strategic acclimatization hike lasts for 5 hours, ensuring a gradual adaptation to higher altitudes. Return to the same mountain lodge for a restful overnight stay. This thoughtfully planned excursion not only prepares you for the altitude but also offers an adventurous and enriching experience amid the Himalayan terrain.

Embark on an early morning journey, tracing the trail to Dhaulagiri Base Camp through a challenging yet scenic alleyway with moraine and glacier walk. Despite the tough terrain, the breathtaking views provide moments of serenity. Take a break for a packed lunch along the way. The day concludes at a tented camp, offering a unique sleeping and dining experience amid the Himalayan landscape. With a total walking time of 4 hours, this day combines adventure and tranquility, ensuring an immersive encounter with the rugged beauty of the Dhaulagiri region.

We start after having breakfast following the glacier and moraine path towards french pass 5360m. After a few hours climb, we reach French pass from where we have an outstanding panoramic view of the Himalayas and Hidden valley in distance. We take the pack launch on this day. We descend down to Hidden valley 5100m for an overnight stay. It gets freezing cold at night at hidden valley thus you should put on warm clothes even with your cozy sleepingbag. This day we prepare our food by ourselves but don't worry our kitchen crew is well trained to keep your hunger away. we walk 7.5 hrs and overnight stay in the tented camp.

We start after having breakfast following the glacier and moraine path towards French pass 5360m. After a few hours of climbing, we reach French Pass from where we have an outstanding panoramic view of the Himalayas and Hidden Valley in the distance. We take the pack launch on this day. We descend down to Hidden valley 5100m for an overnight stay. It gets cold at night at hidden valley thus you should put on warm clothes even with your cozy sleepingbag. This day we prepare our food by ourselves but don't worry our kitchen crew is well trained to keep your hunger away. we walk 7.5 hrs and overnight stay in the tented camp.

We start in the morning after rejuvenating power of breakfast and the sun. Today we have a short and sweet excursion all the way down to Marpha. Marpha is one of the unique settlements located in Kali Gandaki valley famous for Apple, Spinach, and its uniquely built houses where chopped wood is kept on the rooftop for drying and storage. We can see a surreal bird-eye panorama view on the way down to Marpha. Marpha has a variety of cozy inns where you can find your own. We walk 4 hrs and overnight at the mountain lodge.

Embark on the day's journey after breakfast, crossing a suspension bridge and arriving at the Tibetan refugee camp, where vibrant scenes of Tibetan artisans weaving and crafting unfold. Following the bank of the Kaligandaki River, the trail unveils Hindu-revered fossils symbolizing God Vishnu. The breathtaking backdrop features colossal Himalayan peaks and lush greenery. A lunch stop at Kokhethati, beneath Mt Dhaulagiri, precedes a 7-hour trek culminating in an overnight stay at Kalopani's mountain lodge. This immersive experience seamlessly blends cultural encounters, natural wonders, and a trek along the picturesque Kaligandaki River, promising a memorable day in the heart of the Himalayas.

We start early in the morning after having breakfast. The trail goes downhill mostly though there will be a bit uphill too. we pass through the deepest gorge in the world between Mt Annapurna and Mt Dhaulagiri carved by the river Kaligandaki. The Ruptse waterfall is another notable sight which is also known as the Niagara falls of Nepal. We take launch at Ghasa at Thakali place which is very famous. We stop overnight at Tatopani. After reaching Tatopani we go for a hot bath at the nearby natural hot spring pool which helps you to get rid of sore muscles due to trekking. we walk 7 hours in total and overnight at the mountain lodge.

Ascending after crossing the Kaligandaki River's suspension bridge, the trail winds through villages and terraces, providing glimpses into local life and activities. In 4 hours, arrive at Sikha, a village predominantly inhabited by the Magar community. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Magar culture, customs, and traditions, creating an authentic and cultural experience. Find repose at a mountain lodge, concluding the day in the heart of Sikha, where the warmth of local hospitality meets the enchantment of Himalayan landscapes.

Ascend through lush green forests to reach Ghorepani at 2810m, offering a scenic trail with panoramic views of Mt Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. Ghorepani, resembling an alpine resort town, is adorned with lodges. Venture to Poonhill at 3210m for a breathtaking sunset, where dozens of mountains, including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Churen, and Gurja, unveil their majestic beauty. The entire journey spans 6 hours, promising a day filled with natural wonders and culminating in an overnight stay at a mountain lodge in the cozy ambiance of Ghorepani.

Embark on an early morning trek after breakfast, descending through lush green forests and picturesque villages to reach Tikhedhunga. Following the Burungdi River, the trail leads to Birethanti, showcasing the natural beauty of the region. The 7-hour trek concludes, offering a seamless transition to an overnight stay in Pokhara. This journey combines the charm of dense forests, vibrant villages, and the soothing sound of the river, creating an immersive trekking experience. A night in Pokhara awaits, providing a well-deserved rest after a day filled with diverse landscapes and the tranquility of Nepal's natural wonders.

What's included?

  • Airport pick up and drop off by private vehicle
  • Sightseeing at Kathmandu Valley (Monkey Temple, Pasupapati Temple, Boudhanath, Durbar Square)
  • Two-night accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Two-night accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category Hotel in Pokhara
  • Best available twin-sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek
  • Three daily meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trek
  • Surface transfer to and from Pokhara by Tourist Bus and from Pokhara to Beni and Hile to Pokhara by private vehicle
  • One highly experienced helpful and friendly guide (English-speaking and Government licensed holder guide)
  • Porter service (2 Trekker: 1 Porter) their food, accommodation, Salary, equipment, and staff insurance
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
  • Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • All necessary paperwork and permits (ACAP and TIMS) Please bring 4 passport-size photographs
  • All Local/Government Taxes and office service charge
  • Medical Supplies (First Aid Kit will be available)
  • Farewell dinner before departure
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your travel insurance Company

What's not included?

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Snacks and other expenses
  • International airfare to & from hometown
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Hot showers during the trek except when in Pokhara
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Emergency evacuation if required
  • Personal expenses like phone calls, laundry, bar bills, and extra porters
  • Tips and donations for guides and porters.
  • Optional trips and sightseeing if extend

Fixed Departures

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Essential Information

Round Dhaulagiri Trekking Detail Information

When to Go?

March to May and mid-September to November are ideal times to go on trekking in Nepal. However, you can do the trek throughout the year, excluding harsh winter and heavy monsoon period for better experiences. Read more...

Gear Checklist

Gears and equipment assure your safety and smooth trekking experiences as you enter the Himalayas. With essential equipment, you can add some of the other specific ones which most probably will come handy in the trek. A reliable preparation from your side is a positive step for successful trekking and climbing expedition. Read more...

Food, drinking water, and accommodation facilities

The menu for everyday foods gets slimmer with a significant rise in altitude. One can always find a warm tea and basic local staple in the lodges or teahouses operating here. Natural drinking water sources, as well as Drinking water taps, are available throughout the trail. Accommodations might lose even some of the basic facilities as we move higher up in the trails of Himalayas. Read more...

Trip Permit

To enter and trek the protected and restricted segments of Nepal, you will have to take special permits from the government of Nepal for the sole purpose of preserving the people and nature of these areas. Read more...

Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness is one of the primary concern while trekking in the areas of higher altitude. You must be prepared and act quickly if the symptoms appear during the trek. Using some prevention techniques, you can slow down and minimize the symptoms of Altitude sickness up to some extent. Read More...

Physical condition and experience requirements

Different types and levels of trekking might require a certain minimum fitness level to accomplish. With the guides, you can make up for the segments of lacking experience of trekking. Nepal also offers a lot of different varieties of the trek which the trekkers of any age or physical condition can do. Selection of optimal trekking program is best for both parties. Read more...


Weather in the Higher Himalayas is always unpredictable. Regular monitoring and contact help us to be safe from any unforeseen change of weather in most cases. With the presence of a licensed guide, you can take correct destinations and make the most of the trek. Read more...


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