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Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek Trip Start/End : Kathmandu - Kathmandu Trip Grade : Difficulty Best Season : September - November/ March - May

Classical Trek

Price $ 1199

Duration 17 Days

Elevation 4,250 Meter

Accomodation Hotel/Lodge/Tea Houses

Transportation Private Vehicle/ Domestic Flight



Classical Trek Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek

Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek is an adventurous trek that it treks from all circuit of Annapurna. It is popularly known as the seven highest mountains in the world at 8,167 meters (26,795 ft). Which lies on Northwest of Maygdi district. It has an exclusive path trekking way. Where it has 18 days itineraries. We provide all necessary service like permits, porters, transportation, airfares, etc. The day will be counted from the beginning of the day arrival to your departure time. It starts from sightseeing of cultural heritage site of Kathmandu valley and drives up to Babiyachaur. There we will find…

Trip Overview

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Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek is an adventurous trek that it treks from all circuit of Annapurna. It is popularly known as the seven highest mountains in the world at 8,167 meters (26,795 ft). Which lies on Northwest of Maygdi district. It has an exclusive path trekking way. Where it has 18 days itineraries. We provide all necessary service like permits, porters, transportation, airfares, etc. The day will be counted from the beginning of the day arrival to your departure time. It starts from sightseeing of cultural heritage site of Kathmandu valley and drives up to Babiyachaur.

There we will find different cultural, traditions and living style of Sherpa. and visit monastery as well. After, we head toward the Dhaulagiri Base Camp. On the way, there’s an opportunity to see the stream, pine forest, flora and fauna, the chirping of local birds, varieties of oaks, Rhododendron, along with beautiful landscape and mountain ranges like Annapurna, pisang, Annapurna iv, Annapurna ii and Tarke Kang. Our acclimatization day will be on Italian Base and in Dhaulagiri Base camp. We trek to till Jomsom and from there we fly back to Pokhara and further, drive back to Kathmandu.

Our guide will assist you until your last departure. He is friendly and cooperates with you on every trekking. Be ready with perfect health and little trekking experience.

This trip can be fully customized according to your requirements.

Fitness: This trip needs a fair level of fitness, we recommend you to practice some exercises a couple of months prior to the trip.

Altitude sickness: Mild risk of altitude sickness can be found. Proper rest and medication are required.

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USD 1199 Per Person

No. of People Price per person
1 - 1 USD 1199
2 - 4 USD 1139
5 - 8 USD 1079
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Day 1 Arrival in TIA Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel (1300 m/4264 ft)

After your arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu, Nepal a Master Himalaya representative will be there for your warm welcome who will help you to transfer to the hotel, Introduce your trekking guide. Afternoon explores the Tourist Colorful market Thamel Bazaar Down Town. The evening will be for well come dinner with Master Himalaya team in Thamel bazaar.


Day 2 Drive to Beni via Pokhara 7/8 hrs

Early in the morning 7:00 AM we start our journey to Beni. Drive through green hills and Tirsuli River Bank enjoy admirable views. After your arrival in Beni, you will transfer to hotel. Overnight in Beni.


Day 3 Trek to Babiyachaur 5 hrs

Trek from Beni to Babiychaur, which takes about 5 hours. Start Soon the rough rubble gives way to the smooth ice of the white part of the glacier. You climb steadily to the rough and chilling but spectacular Dhaulagiri Base Camp, it is possible to drive is seasonable road. Overnight in Babiyachaur.


Day 4 Trek to Dharapani 4/5 hr

This day your trek gently ascend for early one hour passing through jungles with varieties of oaks, rhododendron and so on. You can hear the chirping of the local birds then your trails follow a quite flat land passing through the stream at one place. The way you trek is muddy road crossing villages at some of the places. There is a beautiful camping site. Overnight in Dharapani.


Day 5 Trek to Muri (5 hrs Trek)


Day 6 Trek to Boghara 4/5 hrs

From Muri, the trail is easy and goes down for few hours. But before to reach at Boghara, we have to climb a steep path for a couple of hours. The trail descends down before reaching Phedi and then the trail ascends up until Boghara. Overnight in Boghara.


Day 7 Trek to Dovan 5/6 hrs

Today, the path is quite difficult and sometimes we will need the help of the ropes. The trail descends down to a small ridge then crosses forest to Jyardan. Finally, we cross the rocky part to arrive at Dovan. Overnight in Dovan.


Day 8 Trek to Italian Base Camp (5 hrs Trek)

At this juncture, we will reach the Italian Base Camp where we will camp just in front of the West wall of the Dhaulagiri. Passing through beautiful forest, we rapidly gain altitude and mountains burst out all around. Since we are gaining altitude rapidly, we keep our self-hydrated and take it easy. Overnight in or Italian Base Camp.


Day 9 Acclimatization day in Italian base camp 4250m

Today is the first day of our acclimatization day. you can explore the valley. Make preparation for high passes, overnight in Italian Base Camp.


Day 10 Trek to Glacier Camp (4 hrs Trek)

It takes about four hours. After crossing the first glacier, probably using a rope in a couple of tricky spots, you climb onto the main glacier. The surroundings are spectacular which makes up for the rough and dangerous trail. You may also use a rope on this section. This is a particularly tough day. You camp on the glacier rubble. Overnight in Glacier Camp.


Day 11 Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp 5 hrs

Which takes about five hours. Soon the rough rubble gives way to the smooth ice of the white part of the glacier. You climb steadily to the rough and chilling but spectacular Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Overnight in Dhaulagiri Base Camp.


Day 12 Acclimatization rest day

Today is the second day of your acclimatization in Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking, explore around Dhaulagiri Base Camp, safe energy for next days. Overnight in Dhaulagiri Base Camp.


Day 13 Trek to Yak Kharka/Aaru Bari 6/7 hrs

Get off the glaciers above the Dhaulagiri Base Camp (may require the use of a rope) and encounter a bit of easier trek after you are over the steep moraine walls after which the trekkers climb past the challenging French Col (5300m) where the valley opens out. Weather permitting trekkers have the view of Mukut Himal (6328m), Tashi Kang (6386m), Sita Chuchura (6611m) as well as Tukuche Peak (6920m) to the south beyond which is the massive Dhaulagiri I peak. Traversing through the Thapa Pass and through the Hidden Valley to the Dhampus Pass via avalanche prone slope trekkers continue on to Yak Kharka, also known as Aaru Bari. Overnight in Yak Kharka/Aaru Bari


Day 14 Trek to Jomsom 6/7 hrs

Start the trek with the descent from Aaru Bari to the torrential Kali Gandaki River on a rather steep section of the trail and then continue on to the beautiful village of Marpha, famous for an apple orchard and related food products. The local Apple Brandy is popular among the foreign and Nepalese trekkers passing through this place to savor the taste en route. Continue north up the river valley to reach to the beautiful town of Jomsom, famous for afternoon winds and enchanting landscape. Intermittently we trek past the sand dunes, wooden bridge and some gompas, prayer wheels and prayer flags. Explore the Mustang Eco Museum and other heritages reflecting the unique culture and tradition of the region. Overnight in Jomsom.


Day 15 Fly to Pokhara 35 mins

A 35-minutes morning flight takes us to Pokhara from Jomsom. Once we arrive at Pokhara airport, we then drive to the hotel. Overnight in Hotel.


Day 16 Drive Back to Kathmandu (1300 m)

Drive back to Kathmandu viewing green hill and Tirsuli River Bank enjoy admirable views. In Kathmandu, You can Do some Last minutes shopping. In Evening, join farewell dinner organized by Master Himalaya Treks. Overnight in Kathmandu.


Day 17 Departure farewell

Breakfast at the hotel. Hotel Check-out and transfer to International airport as per your schedule.


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What's Included

    Pickups and drops

    3* property accommodation in Kathmandu and tea houses during the trek

    All meals during the trek and breakfast in Kathmandu

    All necessary paper works and permits

    All sightseeing on private vehicle

    Guided city tour of Kathmandu valley

    Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu by tourist coach

    Staff cost including air ticket, food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and insurance

    Welcome and farewell dinner

    Licensed, English speaking guide

    One porter shared between two trekkers

    All entrance fees

    Master Himalaya T-Shirt

What's Not Included

    Nepalese visa fees

    International airfare to and from Kathmandu

    Extra night accommodation in case of early return from trek(due to any reason)

    Travel and rescue insurance

    Personal nature expenses

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