Dhaulagiri Region may be not known very much to the world but still one of the best location for the trekker to visit in. The name Dhaulagiri itself stands for its name as it is known as the seventh tallest mountain of the world with the elevation of 8167 m extending 120 km from the point of Kaligandi river west to the Bheri. It covers a massif land which is bounded on the north and southwest by tributaries of the Bheri River and on the southeast by Myagdi Khola.
A first climbing expedition for Dhaulagiri Region was started on May 13, 1960 by a Swiss/ Austrian/ Nepal expedition. Since then it was known to the world of climber and trekkers. The name Dhaulagiri is derived form the Sanskrit word which means dazzling, white beautiful mountains. It is also the highest point of the Gandaki river basin which flow as one of the purest river around Pashupatinath Temple. and further flows to the sea.
Trekking on this region can be done on different way may be expedition or may be climbing or just a normal trek this place has every thing that a nature can provide to the travelers. Situated in the western Nepal and most of trek start from Jomsom or from Beni but still it is one of the lesser climbed mountains. May be it is hard or not we are not sure but still we can guarantee about the remoteness and all the special accessible part that it can offer than its sister mountains of its surrounding.
We prefer to have Dhaulagiri Region on two different season March to May and September to November which will provide us with the scenic opportunities of enjoying its every moment with our footstep. It is also a money return back grantee that we can proudly say to you if you want to get on this trek.