It is one of the very popular tent trekking, leads us around the seventh highest mountain in the world. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), which was first climbed in 1960 by the Austrian Kurt Diemberger. The route leads through a fabulous landscape of glaciers, isolated villages, valleys, jungles and the glimpse of some other eight-thousanders. We have to cross the some passes such as French Col (5,360 m) and Dhampus La (5,200 m). Some hidden Valley including the valley of Kali Gandaki, enhances us breathtaking scenery.
Technically, there is not particular difficulties in trekking, but due to the physical condition and landscape, we have to walk longer to meet another camp. Also, sometimes we have to walk constantly uphill and downhill. That’s why, it requires a lot of stamina and a very good health condition. The walking time is about 6 to 9 hours per day and altitude differences in the ascent and descent will be up to 1,200 m. The path sometimes leads us partly through rocky terrain or gravel and through small streams. We have high altitude permissibility therefore people with vertiginous disorders and shaking disorder should avoid this trekking also heart must be healthy and required normal condition of blood circulation. Please consult your doctor before travel. Even a healthy person must not be overstrained by walking too fast. Slow and steady walking is very important. The climatic conditions as well as the change in sleeping and eating habits may weaken the trekkers. You must have to carry the most necessary stuff like anorak, stick ,water bottle, camera etc during the day pack. The remaining luggage is transported by our assistants or animals. You should be a team player and a group tolerant (group travel)