Trekking Packages Highlights With Dolma Tours!

Nepal is home to thousands of classical trekking routes lying in the lap of the Himalayas. It is rich in natural beauty and has multiple highest peaks in the world. Every traveler alike is up for the adventure in Nepal as it provides multiple easy to extremely challenging trails that are fit from novice trekkers to experienced ones.

Likewise, Nepal is all about the rich biodiversity of culture, traditions, flora, fauna, and ethnic groups. It depicts spectacular views of the snow-capped mountain ranges, lush green valleys, and awe-inspiring wilderness. Indeed, this is once in a lifetime experience and hence, luring travelers back to the land.

Welcome to the land of the Himalayas! Dolma Tours will help you explore the Nepalese terrains and landscapes for all the thrill-seeking adventure activities. You can call Nepal the “small package with great offers.”

Dolma Tours: Trekking Packages In Nepal

Nepal has diverse trekking packages that we offer as a trekking company. Choose the treks you wish to ace from short to long, easy to challenging, and a few days to a couple of months.

Most of the short and easy treks take place in the hills with stunning views of the mountains. This sort of trek can be planned with your family members as well.

Moving on, most long and strenuous trails lies near the foothill of the gigantic mountains themselves at high altitude. These treks often require experience and a physically fit body.

Below are some of the planned trekking packages that Dolma Tours provide you. All these treks are designed to cater to your needs. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular trekking packages we have.

The Classic Everest Base Camp Trek

The basic dream of every traveler and trekker, the Everest Base Camp trek is the traditional dream to accomplish at least once in a lifetime. This trekking package takes you close to the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, which stands at 8,848 meters.

Everest Base Camp Trek
Everest Base Camp Trek (Source – Wikimedia Commons)

Throughout this trail, you will go across rugged landscapes, unique sherpa culture, and the jaw-dropping scenic beauty of the mountains. You will also get a firsthand experience of the ancient villages Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche.

Well, this trail will make you climb along the Kalapatthar at an elevation of 5,545 meters / 18192 feet. Yes, this hike will give you mesmerizing views of the Everest summit, Nuptse, Lothse, and many other Himalayan peaks.

With Dolma Tours, this trip will start in Lukla and lasts for fourteen days. The best time to ace this trek will be in Spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November). During this trek, we will be staying at several tea houses. 

Rough Itinerary Of The Trek

  • Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
  • Day 2: Fly to Lukla and trek 5-6 hours to Monjo
  • Day 3: 4-5 hours trek to Namche Bazaar
  • Day 4: Day off for rest and adjustment to the surrounding.
  • Day 5: 5 hours trek to Tengboche
  • Day 6: 6 hours trek to Dingboche
  • Day 7: 6 hours trek to Lobuche
  • Day 8: 6.7 hours trek to the base camp and return back to Gorak Step
  • Day 9: 7 hours trek down to Periche
  • Day 10: Trek back to Namche
  • Day 11: 6-7 hours trek back to Lukla
  • Day 12: Back to Kathmandu
  • Day 13: 6-8 hours of Kathmandu sightseeing
  • Day 14: Departure

The Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

One of the strenuous trails in Nepal, the Dhaulagiri Circuit trek is highly challenging. This trail walks around Mount Dhaulagiri, which is the seventh highest peak in the world.

Mount Dhaulagiri from Ghorepani
Mount Dhaulagiri from Ghorepani (Source – Wikimedia Commons)

Though this route is one of the lesser visited areas, it provides enormous thrills. Along the area, you will walk through hidden valleys and high mountain passes. Likewise, you will also pass the Myagdi Khola River and the Chhonbardan Glacier at the foot of Dhaulagiri.

Well, the highest revelation you will encounter on this trail is at the French pass that stands at the height of 5360 meters. This exciting journey will start with a scenic drive to Beni, and you will spend days above 5000 meters. Some of the best seasons to embark on this 20-day journey are during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November).

Rough Itinerary Of The Trek

  • Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
  • Day 2: Tour around Kathmandu
  • Day 3: 8-9 hours drive from Kathmandu to Kagbeni
  • Day 4: 5 hours trek to Babiyachour
  • Day 5: 6-7 hours trek to Dharapani
  • Day 6: 5-6 hours trek to Muri
  • Day 7: 6 hours trek to Boghara
  • Day 8: 6 hours trek to Dobang
  • Day 9: 5 hours trek to Choriban Khola
  • Day 10: 3-4 hours trek from Sallaghari to Italian Base Camp
  • Day 11: A day in the Italian Base Camp
  • Day 12: 4-5 hours trek to Glacier Camp
  • Day 13: 4-5 hours trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp
  • Day 14: Rest at Dhaulagiri Base Camp
  • Day 15: Trek to Hidden Valley via French Pass
  • Day 16: 9-10 hours trek to Yak Kharka via Dhampus Pass
  • Day 17: 5 hours trek to Jomsom
  • Day 18: Fly to Pokhara
  • Day 19: Fly to Kathmandu
  • Day 20: Departure

The Upper Dolpo Trek

One of the unspoiled and unexplored areas in the northwestern region behind the Dhaulagiri Massif, the Upper Dolpo trek is graded to be extremely challenging. With this trek, you will get a closer look at Tibetan culture and arts.

Trekkers Camping At Upper Dolpo
Trekkers Camping At Upper Dolpo (Source – Flickr)

The Upper Dolpo is a remote beauty and has several high-altitude passes across the hidden valleys and the Shey Gomba monastery. It is one of the most beautiful parts of the country, lying in between the forested land of Rhododendron, pines, and oaks.

This trek will lead you to the ultimate beauty of the deepest lake Shey Phoksundo. Also, the circuit of the peaks here is called “Crystal Mountain.” All in all, the best seasons for this trek are during Spring (April to May) and Fall (October to November).

Rough Itinerary Of The Trek

  • Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
  • Day 2: Tour around Kathmandu
  • Day 3: Fly to Nepalgunj
  • Day 4: Fly to Jhupal
  • Day 5: 6 hours walk to Chhepka
  • Day 6: 6-7 hours trek to Palam
  • Day 7: 4 hours trek to Phoksundo Lake
  • Day 8: Day off for rest and adjustment
  • Day 9: 5-6 hours trek to Sallaghari
  • Day 10: 7-8 hours trek to Shey Gompa
  • Day 11: A day in Shey Gompa
  • Day 12: 6 hours trek to Namgung
  • Day 13: 3 hours trek to Saldang
  • Day 14: 6 hours trek to Sibu
  • Day 15: 4-5 hours trek to Jengla Foot
  • Day 16: 6-7 hours trek to Tokyo Gaon
  • Day 17: 22 hours trek to Dho Tarap
  • Day 18: 7 hours trek to Serkam
  • Day 19: 5 hours trek to Tarkot
  • Day 20: 5 hours trek to Dunai
  • Day 21: 3 hours trek to Jhupal
  • Day 22: Fly to Nepalgunj and then to Kathmandu
  • Day 23: Departure

The Langtang Trek

Far away from the bustling city noise, the Langtang Valley trek is all about nature, wilderness, and Tamang culture. This trekking trail is family-friendly as it is of moderate difficulty. Indeed, this trail is also one of the least explored routes in Nepal.

Langtang Village
Langtang Village (Source – Flickr)

If you wish to experience pleasure in the trekking trails along the peaceful walk through the beautiful Rhododendron and pine forest, this is for you. Langtang Valley has loads to offer as traditional villages and stupas, the pristine Gosaikunda Lake, and alpine meadows.

Furthermore, you will also get an opportunity to gaze upon the natural wildlife. You may encounter animals such as red panda, musk deer, Ghoral, and many more. Likewise, it is also an ideal bird-watching location as you can spot Warbler, woodpeckers, pheasants, drove, and so on.

Altogether, the best season to walk through this trail is during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to early November).

Rough Itinerary Of The Trek

  • Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
  • Day 2: Tour around Kathmandu
  • Day 3: 8 hours drive to Syabru Bensi
  • Day 4: 6-7 hours hike to Rimchhe
  • Day 5: 5-6 hours trek to Langtang
  • Day 6: 4-5 hours hike to Kyanjin Gompa
  • Day 7: A day in Kyanjin Gompa
  • Day 8: 5-6 hours trek to Lama Hotel
  • Day 9: 6 hours hike to Thulo Syabru
  • Day 10: 6 hours hike to Sing Gompa
  • Day 11: 5-6 hours hike to Gosaikunda
  • Day 12: Trek to Dhunchhe
  • Day 13: 7-9 hours drive to Kathmandu
  • Day 14: A day off in Kathmandu
  • Day 15: Departure

The Annapurna Circuit Trek

One of the most renowned trekking trails in Nepal, the Annapurna Circuit trek is famous for the world’s tenth highest peak, the Annapurna. This trekking route lies on the northeast side of the Pokhara Valley, and several travelers around the world come here to experience it.

Tourists and horses at Thorong La pass tea house
Tourists and horses at Thorong La pass tea house (Source – Wikimedia Commons)

You will experience the cross-section between the high majestic mountains and lowland rice plantations on this journey. Not to mention, this trail portrays a view of thirteen other mountain peaks over 7,000 meters and additional sixteen more peaks over 6,000 meters.

Family-friendly and moderate difficulty level, the Annapurna Circuit trek gives you a beautiful view of the sunrise and sunset. Along the trail, you will also come across the Gorge of the Kali Gandaki, with classical farming villages, stupas, and monasteries.

Altogether, the maximum elevation of this trek is at Thorang La Pass, which stands at a height of 5,416 meters. The best season to start this journey is during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to early November).

Rough Itinerary Of The Trek

  • Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
  • Day 2: Tour around Kathmandu
  • Day 3: 7 hours drive to Bhulhule
  • Day 4: 5 hours hike to Jagat Village
  • Day 5: 5 hours trek to Danakyu
  • Day 6: 6-7 hours hike to Chame
  • Day 7: 5-6 hours trek to Pisang
  • Day 8: 6-7 hours trek to Manang
  • Day 9: A day off to explore Manang
  • Day 10: 3-4 hours hike to Yak Kharka
  • Day 11: 3-4 hours hike to Thorong Phedi
  • Day 12: 8-9 hours trek from Thorong La Pass to Muktinath
  • Day 13: 5-6 hours drive to Jomsom
  • Day 14: Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara to Kathmandu
  • Day 15: Departure

In A Nutshell

Trekking in Nepal is much more than just scenic beauty. It is an adventure filled with culture, excitement, and thrills. Along the trails, you can create a connection with nature and locals.

If you are a novice trekker, it is best if you initially start slow with easy treks and hikes. As you gradually increase your trekking difficulty, make sure you enjoy the process and not stress yourself out.

Apart from the treks mentioned earlier, Dolma Tours provides several others trekking places and trails you can enjoy. Some of the trails are as below.

  • Upper Mustang Trek
  • Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
  • Gokyo Lake Trek
  • Mardi Himal Trek
  • Panchase Hill Trek
  • Bridim Trek
  • Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

Frequently Asked Questions

When was Dolma Tours established?

Dolma Tours was established and financed through a partnership with the Dolma Foundation and Tsering Lama in 2003.

What has Dolma Tours achieved so far?

Dolma Tours has been featured as one of the best eco escapes in The Times which has been their biggest achievement so far.

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