Dhaulagiri Trekking | Dhaulagiri Trekking Package
Dhaulagiri Trekking Package is off the beaten snow trail walking trip which is located at the vicinity of Annapurna region trekking in Nepal. Notwithstanding, the experience of our aides and care staff will guarantee that you finish this trek effectively. The Dhaulagiri Region is home to the tremendous Mt. Dhaulagiri-(8,167m), which is the seventh most astounding top on the planet and it otherwise called The White Mountain. This trek takes us around this magnificent snow massif. Dhaulagiri trekking package offers you an awesome open door in your life time including lovely mountains see, wild creatures, for example, Himalaya Thar, musk deer, panthers and diverse types of feathered creature.
The best season for this trek is from March to May and first September to last December. A couple of number of explorers was visiting this region in an opening year. Along these lines, it is additionally non touristic zone of Nepal. It is one of the well known trekking trails in Nepal. In the middle of this trek we cross the well known French Pass (5360m) and Dhampus Pass (5250m).
Be that as it may, we take you over these high difficult mountain passes simply subsequent to giving you enough time for acclimatization besides snow and ice, the trek likewise goes through backwoods of oak, juniper and rhododendron, which rewards us for the physically requesting climb. Kali Gandaki waterway, which is the most profound stream on the planet additionally, lies in this district. In this trek, you will inspire opportunity to investigate the neighborhood ways of life of Gurung and Magar and different groups with their way of life by holidaying using Dhaulagiri Trekking Package.
Check out our Dhaulagiri Trekking Package and enjoy some of the breathtaking places within the Annapurna Circuit Trekking as well. Therefore, the money that you spend for the Dhaulagiri Trekking Package would be worthwhile to spend. Experience Mountains, tranquility, and hilly-Himalayan landscape during trekking tow world’s 7th tallest mountain.