Mount Dhaulagiri II Expedition

Trip Highlights

Tea House and Camping at Base Camp

Only Spring: APRIL and MAY

4 to 5 hours of walk per day while trekking.

How Hard?
90%

The seventh highest mountain in the world “Mt. Dhaulagiri” is 8167m in height. In Sanskrit Dhaula means white, beautiful and giri meaning mountain. t was discovered by the westerns in 1808. Unknowingly, it was counted as the highest mountain before the discovery of Mt. Kanchenjunga. It was first climbed on May 13, 1960 by a Swiss/Austrian/Nepali expedition.

The Dhaulagiri massif extends 120 km (70 mi) from the Kaligandaki River west to the Bheri. There are more than six different routes to climb Dhaulagiri. 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.

  • 08 APRIL, 2018: DAY 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
  • 09 APRIL, 2018: DAY 02: Expedition document application, Preparation, briefing for Expedition
  • 10 APRIL, 2018 : DAY 03: Drive to Beni
  • 11 APRIL, 2018: DAY 04: Trek to Tatopani
  • 12 APRIL, 2018 : DAY 05: Trek to Ghasa
  • 13 APRIL, 2018: DAY 06: Trek to Marpha
  • 14 APRIL, 2018: DAY 07: Rest at Marpha
  • 15 APRIL, 2018: DAY 08: Trek to Yak Kharka
  • 16 APRIL, 2018: DAY 09: Trek to French Col
  • 17 APRIL, 2018: DAY 10: Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp
  • 18 APRIL – 20 MAY, 2018: DAY 11-43: CLIMBING PERIOD OF MT. DHAULAGIRI
  • 21 MAY, 2018: DAY 44: Trek to Dhampus Col
  • 22 MAY, 2018: DAY 45: Trek to Marpha
  • 23 MAY, 2018: DAY 46: Trek to Jomsom
  • 24 MAY, 2018: DAY 47: Fly to Pokhara
  • 25 MAY, 2018: DAY 48: Rest & Relax in Pokhara
  • 26 MAY, 2018: DAY 49: FLY TO KATHMANDU
  • 27 MAY, 2018: DAY 50: Departure from Kathmandu
 

1. Arrival and Departure
Cost includes all the transfers to hotel from airport and vice-versa during the package.

2. Accomodation at Kathmandu
This includes Bed and breakfast in star Hotel at Kathmandu during the package.

3. Climbing Permit Fees
Permission fees to Nepal Government

4. Liasion Officer Fee
One Liaison officer is mandatory, accompany us throughout the expedition. $2500 is to be paid which includes the salary and accommodation.

5. Garbage Deposit Amount
To maintain the environment of Everest, cleanliness is must.

6. Khumbu Icefall
It is to be paid to the climbing member of Sagarmatha pollution control Committee.

7. Insurance of staff
As the law imposes, insurance of all the hired staff while expedition is must. It includes Medical insurance and rescue insurance throughout the journey.

8. Transporting Mount Everest Expedition Team
Includes domestic flight to lukhla, back and forth.

9. Transportating Climbing Gears and Camp Management
All the goods and climbing gears are carried by air cargo till Lukhla and by Yak or Porter till Basecanp. This is done while returning as well.

10. lodging and Fooding
Three days a meal including tea or coffee while trekking. Stay at night are arranged at Tea House, hotels or Lodge on the way.

11. Luggage
70 kilos of weight per member is included, if in case it exceeds then its chargeable.

12. Tent at Base Camp
This includes member tent each with mattress, kitchen tent, dining tent, store tent, toilet tent and shower tent.

13. Base Camp Equipment
This includes heater at Dining Tent, Solar panel, Generator and Lights. All the kitchen materials are also available.

14. Staffs
Expert High Camp Kitchen Team, Base Camp Manager, porters and helpers.

15. Renumeration and Clothing to staffs

16. Medical Supplies Kit for staff

  • International flight ticket, taxes and visas (visa charge USD 40 and 4 passport photographs for the visa).
  • Meals in Kathmandu &  Pokhara (allow US$ 15 – US$ 20 per day. )
  • Personal trekking & climbing equipment
  • Excess baggage transport
  • All expenses of personal nature like bar bills, laundry, telephone etc.
  • Insurance for travel, accident, medical, emergency evacuation & lost baggage.
  • Applicable permit fee & custom fee for SAT phone, filming camera, communications – equipment (if brought)
  • Climbing Bonus & summit bonus for climbing Sherpa (if you use Sherpa), Tips for Base Camp Staff
  • All not mentioned in cost include part
  • 7,751 meter

  • 25,430 feet

2nd highest mountain in Dhaulagiri Range

28°45′46″N

83°23′18″E

2,397 Meter

Nepal

On 18 May 1971, by Austrian Himalayan Society

  • Ronald Fear

  • Adolf Huber

  • Adolf Weissensteiner

  • The Sherpa Jangbu 

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