Dhorpatan Trip is a lovely trek through diverse terrain with spectacular mountain vistas. The Dhorpatan Trek is ideal for individuals who want to go hunting for wildlife. We also offer a hunting package for those who are interested, which takes an additional 4 to 5 days. Controlled hunting is permitted with the purchase of a valid license and during specific seasons of the year.
This place is suitable for anyone in good physical shape who can walk for several hours a day. This does not require you to be an expert expedition climber. It offers spectacular views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges. The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation in Kathmandu issues the hunting license.
The hike begins in Kathmandu and continues through Darbang, Dharapani, Lamsung, Jaljala, Dhorpatan, PhagunePhedi, PhaguneDanda, Gurjaghat, and Patichaur. You'll spend the night in a bush camp and explore the Dhorpatan valley during the walk.
Dhorpatan is a village in Nepal's Baglung District, located at 3,900 meters above sea level in an east-west valley south of the Himalayan Dhaulagiri mountain range. It is the administrative center of the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. In addition to Tibetan refugees, there is a tiny community of indigenous Kham Magar people.
The Uttar Ganga, a tributary of the Bheri River, which joins the Karnali River, drains the surrounding valley to the west. Dhorpatan Valley's east-west direction provides an easy, by Himalayan standards, the route between the Karnali River basin in western Nepal and the Gandaki River basin in the center, via a 3,400-meter pass on the watershed 18 kilometers east of town.
In the late Middle Ages, the Khas people used this path to migrate eastward. Following this political history, the Kingdom of Nepal was formed from loose confederations in the Karnali and Gandaki regions, as well as from other confederations further east.
We make it a top priority to provide the highest level of service to our customers. In terms of lodging, we have provided star hotels in Kathmandu as well as mountain guest homes during the walk, depending on their needs and requirements.
For guests to have a healthy journey, we provide a convenient Guest House with a sound environment and clean foods. In comparison to the situation in the past, the Everest region is well-known and provides excellent lodging facilities.
Unlike most treks in Nepal, trekking to Dhorpatan Trek may be done at any time of year. Autumn (September to November) and Spring (March to May) are, nonetheless, the best times to visit Dhorpatan, Nepal.
The weather in Autumn is usually mild and stable, with clear skies, allowing for spectacular views of the mountains and landscapes throughout the walk. During this time, you'll also get to see some spectacular sunrises and sunsets. In Autumn, though, the trekking track is slightly more popular.
In Nepal, spring is regarded as the second-best season for trekking. This time of year, the weather is a little warmer and more consistent. However, the sky can be foggy and misty at times, so the view may not be as spectacular as it is in Autumn.
Winter is characterized by cold and harsh weather, particularly at higher elevations. The highest portions of the trail are usually covered in snow. As a result, if there is a lot of snow, the trails may be more difficult to walk on. The skies, on the other hand, are clear and offer breathtaking views.
Monsoon is the worst time to visit for trekking. With wet and slick tracks, the temperature and weather are just too variable. Because dense forests dominate this area, the risk of leeches is greatly increased. Monsoon trekking necessitates careful planning and packing for the rainy season.
When trekking, altitude sickness is a significant concern. You could have altitude sickness on any hike above 2,500 meters, but good health, careful treatment, and plenty of water will undoubtedly help you avoid it. Every trekker must be accustomed to heights and altitude, so we have life-saving acclimatization days included in the itinerary. We also provide medical assistance and emergency air rescue in the event that the situation deteriorates.
Various factors, such as the number of days, mode of transportation, route, and season, will determine the cost of the trek. Dhorpatan is 14 days, short trek.
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If you choose to trek independently, the trek cost will be less as you don’t need to pay for a guide. Nepalese don’t need to buy any Permits for the trek. So, it is relatively cheaper for Nepalese than the foreigners.
For foreigners, an average of $2500 per person is charged. However, it might be negotiable if you are in a large group.
This is a moderately difficult trek. During the trek, one must climb uphill. The trek can be readily completed by someone who is physically healthy and emotionally tranquil. The Dhorpatan Hike is a reasonably short and moderate trek that requires minimal technical expertise. The lower part of the trek is dominated by lush green trees, while the high levels have more exposed and rocky terrain.
This itinerary is merely a guideline, and we will adhere to it as closely as possible. However, due to weather, health concerns, natural catastrophes, or other unpleasant events, your guide may opt to change or omit the schedule for your own safety. Your guide will assist you at any moment by offering information about the trek's conditions and safety.
With your nameplate, an Asian Heritage Treks & Travel representative will greet you at the airport. After arriving at Nepal's airport, you will be transferred to your accommodation. You will pass by the Open Cremation Place (Pashupatinath temple), Royal Palace Museum (Narayanhity), Garden Of Dream, and Thamel on your journey from the airport to the hotel.
Your hotel will be located in the heart of the Touristic Hub. Our consultant will assist you and go through your trip plans with you. There will be ample time to take a trip down Thamel's main street.
You will begin your day with a drive from Kathmandu to Beni via Pokhara after breakfast in the hotel. On a clear day, you can see the magnificent countryside of Nepal, as well as the gorgeous scenery of rivers, streams, forests, and mountains.
After breakfast, you will drive to Darbang, the starting site for the climb, and begin walking up to Khop. The trail begins on the bank of the creek and ascends to Dharapani from there.
Today, you will head towards Lamsung. Lamsung is a remote area but rich in streams, gorges, and jungles in the wild environment. You will reach Lamsung and after having lunch you can explore the wonderful place. Here you can also see the beautiful landscape and the surrounding environment.
Your trip to Jaljala will begin after you have breakfast in your camp. Throughout the walk, the trail ascends through a forest of Rhododendron, Oaks, and other trees. Along the route and from Jaljala, you can see the green rainforest and high mountains such as Mt. Dhaulagiri, GurjaHimal, ChurenHimal, PuthaHimal, and others.
The trail is very flat and simple to hike today. At the start of your trip, you'll descend to the KhahareKhola (stream). After passing through Khahare, the trail continues along the stream's edge and through mixed woodlands to Dhorpatan. Dhorpatan is a fantastic forest location where you may appreciate the natural beauty of the area.
Today is your Dhorpatan Valley exploration day; you will visit the local community of Kham/Magar as well as the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. Only the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is one of Nepal's hunting reserves where legal sports trophy hunting is permitted. A short climb to the SubiranDanda is also available.
Breakfast will be served in the camp before you begin your trip to PhagunePhedi. You'll trek up the steep climbing trail, taking in the stunning backdrop of the mountain views, green rainforest, terrain, and environs.
Early in the morning, you will go for a hike to Phagune Danda, from where you can see the beautiful view of Himalayan ranges, the surrounding environment, and the landscape. After enjoying the panoramic view and the countryside environment, you will start descending down to reach the Jungle camp.
After breakfast in the Jungle Camp, you'll set out on foot for Gurjaghat. The walk follows a flat path through mixed vegetation, including streams along the route.
Before descending to Gorge, you leave Gurjaghat and begin hiking to the top of the hill. You will largely travel through the jungle on your journey to Patichaur.
Today is the last day of your trekking program. After having breakfast in Patichaur, you will commence walking up and then down through a wild environment which includes the Jungle, the singing of birds and small insects and Gorges. By continuous walking, you will reach Darbang. From Darbang, you will catch the vehicle to reach Beni. After the drive, you will reach Beni.
You will return to Kathmandu today. Breakfast will be served in the lodge in Beni before boarding the bus to Kathmandu; through the window of your vehicle, you will be able to take in the picturesque grandeur of Nepal's countryside. When you arrive in Kathmandu, check into your hotel and spend the night there.
It's time to bid Nepal farewell. Breakfast, a city stroll, and/or souvenir shopping are all good ways to spend your final days in Kathmandu. A representative from Adventure Connexion will pick you up from your hotel and transport you to the airport for your return journey home. It's a good idea to arrive at the airport at least three hours before your flight.
Dhorpatan hiking, on the southern flank of Dhaulagiri Mountain, is one of Nepal's most unique trek packages. The wildlife reserve provides for controlled hunting and is a popular hunting location. Musk deer, red panda, and wolf are among the endangered species protected by the reserve.
This lovely hunting reserve covers 1325 square kilometers in the districts of Rukkum, Baglung, and Myagdi. Mixed hardwood forests and other dry climate vegetations make up the vast biodiversity. Fir, pine, birch, rhododendron, hemlock, juniper, and oak trees line the pathway. The journey is a relaxing stroll in the woods, where you may appreciate the tranquility and nature. Red pandas, blue sheep, cheer pheasant, Himalayan Tahr, Ghoral, black bear, and partridge can all be found in the hunting reserve. Trekkers and nature lovers who adore the wildlife will find it to be a refuge.
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