Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02-03: Preparation
Day 04: Drive to Beni
Day 05: Trek to Tatopani
Day 06: Trek to Ghasa
Day 07: Trek to Tukche
Day 08: Trek to Marpha
Day 09: Trek to Yak Kharka
Day 10: Acclimatization day
Day 11: Trek to Dhaulagiri BC
Day 12-42: Climbing of Dhaulagiri
Day 43-45: Trek back to Jomsom
Day 46: Fly to Kathmandu
Day 47: Kathmandu
Day 48: Departure
Our Services Include The Following During The Trip:
Annapurna Conservation fee,
Jomsom-Kathmandu flight and airport tax
Luggage and baggage transfer by porter from Kathmandu to BC and BC to Kathmandu,
Dinning, kitchen, toilet, sleeping tents and all kitchen gears,
Salary and equipment allowance for BC staffs,
Full board service up to BC and lodge trekking from Kathmandu to BC and return to Kathmandu,
All transfer as per itinerary and airport hotel airport transfer
Hotel overnight in Kathmandu in bed and breakfast basis.
Our Services Exclude The Following During The Trip:
Tents and Climbing equipment after BC
Oxygen cylinder (USD 450 per 4 litre cylinder) and Mask/Regulator (USD 350 per set)
Travel, accidental insurance and rescue services if needed.
Sherpa climbing assistant USD 2200 per person (includes salary and equipments)
Visa: For Nepal US$ 30.
International airport tax (Rs 1100/- about US$ 15) in Kathmandu Airport.
Meals except Trekking, Personal expenses like coke, bier etc.
Tips: about US$ 50
Aditional cost for Permit process
Dhaulagiri Permit USD 1430 per person
Garbage Deposit USD 430 per person
Satellite Rental Fee about USD 750 (per set),
Walkie Talkie USD 50 per set,
Liaison Officers fee and salary, Custom charge for climbing equipment and re exportable goods: 35% custom deposit (Deposit will be refunded while departing from Kathmandu) according to the invoice value and 25% custom charge for the food and other consumable goods.