Providing expeditions
since 2005

Dhaulagiri is considered one of the most exciting peaks to climb and is the fifth highest peak in Nepal and also the seventh highest peak in the World at 8167m above sea level. This mountain is located in the northwestern corridor of Nepal in the Myagdi region. Dhaulagiri extends for about 120 km from the Kaligandaki River to the Bheri River in the west. “Dhaulagiri” comes from the Sanskrit words “Davala and Giri”, which means “White and ...

Days
40
Group
2-10 человек
Price
30 810 $
Deposit
5 000 $
Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu & transfer to your Hotel.
Day 2
Rest Day in Kathmandu & Expedition briefing and preparation day.
Day 3
Flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara (960m).
Day 4
Transfer by helicopter to the Italian base camp (3660m)
Day 5
Acclimatization in the camp at 3660 m.
Day 6
Акклиматизация в лагере на 3660 м.
Day 7
Trek from Italian Base Camp to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4750m).
Day 8
Rest day in BC (4750m)
Day 9
Rest day in BC (4750m)
Day 10
Trek from Sama to Manaslu Base camp (4,700m)
Day 11-36
Climbing period: Base camp –
Peak Daulagiri (8167m) – Base camp.
Day 37
Preparing to return
Day 38
Flight by helicopter from BC to Pokhara.
Day 39
Flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu, night at the hotel.
Day 40
Transfer to the airport, flight home.

Deposit for reservations 5 000 $

Full payment 60 days before

No refund if you cancel less than 60 days!

Date
Guides
Price
Group
Date
April 15 - May 24, 2025
Guides
Price
30 810 $
Date
April 15 - May 24, 2025
Guides
Price
30 810 $

Price includes

Guide from the 7 Summits Club (Everest climber)
Meeting and seeing off at the airport
Necessary transfers to Kathmandu
Festive dinner
Flight Kathmandu-Pokhara and back
Helicopter Pokhara-Italian camp, back BC - Pokhara
5* hotel in Kathmandu, 3 nights, double with breakfast
4* hotel in Pokhara, 2 nights, double with breakfast
Permit (official permission) to climb
Transportation of expedition cargo and personal belongings of participants.
Equipped base camp
Tents for participants in the base camp, 1 tent per participant.
All equipment for high altitude camps
Full board in BC and high-altitude food during the ascent
Insurance for all involved Nepalese employees
Satellite phone, walkie-talkies for participants and staff
Solar battery or generator at base camp
Oxygen: 4 cylinders for the participant and 1 cylinder for the Sherpa (4 l)
Oxygen mask + reducer - 1 set for each participant
One high-altitude Sherpa for each participant
Porters or yaks (depending on conditions) for personal cargo up to 70 kg per person.
Nepalese liaison officer
Nepalese chef
Kitchen workers assistants
Hanging railings
First aid kit
Weather forecast
Garbage fee

Price does not include

Nepal visa (125 dollars for 90 days)
Additional nights at a hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara
Supplement for single occupancy in KTM and Pokhara ($500 for 5 nights)
Flight to Kathmandu
Personal expenses, personal climbing equipment
Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
Tips for service staff
Medical insurance (required for each participant)
Conducting search and rescue and transportation operations
Bonus for climbing a high-altitude Sherpa is minimum 1800 USD
Internet

Nepal, Dhaulagiri (8167m), Mountaineering


Trip overview

Kathmandu - Pokhara - Base Camp - Pokhara - Kathmandu


Why go there?

Dhaulagiri has 5 ridges, south and west sides, most climbers use the first route, which is known as the “Normal Route”. The northeast route is also considered a common route. The first ascent was accomplished by a team of Swiss-Austrian climbers led by Kurt Diemberger, who were the first to reach the summit on May 13, 1960. All routes are designed for climbers with extensive mountain experience. The base camp is established at around 4,750 m, followed by three camps before reaching the summit. The first camp is at an altitude of 5850 m, camp 2 is at an altitude of 6400 m, and the last camp is at an altitude of 7400 m.

 


Tips guidelines (important information!)

Гиды и обслуживающий персонал в поездке ожидают от Вас чаевые в размере 10-20 долларов с каждого клиента за каждый день работы. Если Вам все понравилось, Вы остались живы и здоровы, можете заплатить им больше! Все чаевые можно отдать Главному гиду и он сам распределит их между всеми работниками.

Не забудьте перед отъездом поблагодарить Гидов и работников. И вы увидите их счастливые и благодарные глаза!


Personal gear

Technical Equipment for the ascent:

Crampons (e.g. Grivel G12)
Rucksack 70-80 liters
Rucksack 35-40 liters
Harness
Prussiks
Karabiners with screwgate lockers - 3 items
Jumar (ascender)
Telescope ski poles
Thermos
Rappel device
Ice Axe
Head lamp
Photo camera
Video camera and assessors
Accumulators
Personal crockery for high camps
Sleeping bag extreme -40C
Equipment for body and feet:

Trekking shoes
Boots of "Everest" Millet type
Down jacket + down trousers (or down overalls)
Gore-tex jacket with wide hood
Gore-tex trousers (better semi-overalls)
Windblock jacket
Windblock trousers
Jacket "Polartec - 100" - 2 items
Warm underwear - 2 sets
Personal underwear
Polartec gloves – 2 pairs
Thinsulate gloves
Thinsulate mittens - 2 pairs
Warm woolen socks - 4-5 pairs
Balaclava
Warm hat
Windblock face mask
UV glasses
Ski goggles (preferably)
Gaiters