Dhaulagiri Region may be not known very much to the world but still is the best location for the trekker to visit in. The name Dhaulagiri itself stands for its name. It is the seventh tallest mountain of the world with the elevation of 8167 m. This mountain extends 120 km from the point of Kaligandi river west to the Bheri. It covers a massif land on the north and southwest by Bheri River and on the southeast by Myagdi Khola.
A first climbing expedition for Dhaulagiri Region took place on May 13, 1960. This expedition was a joint expedition of Swiss/ Austrian/ Nepal expedition. The name Dhaulagiri came from Sanskrit word which means dazzling, white beautiful mountains. It is also the highest point of the Gandaki river basin. It flow as one of the purest rivers around Pashupatinath Temple. and further flows to the sea.
Trekking, expedition, climbing or a normal trek this place has everything. Situated in western Nepal you will visit to the trekking Hub destiation of Nepal. Most of the trek starts from Jomsom or from Beni but still, it is one of the lesser climbed mountains. It is hard or not we are not sure but still, we can guarantee about the remoteness. This region is full of special feature which its sister mountains cannot provide.
We prefer to trek the Dhaulagiri Region on two different seasons. March to May and September to November are some of the best season to visit this destiantion. This trek provides you with the scenic opportunities of mountains and landscapes. You every footstep will lead to to the mesmerizing views and people of tihs region. The village or its community is full of pre- buddhist culture making it one of the special region to visit for.