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Gurja Himal Region has 5 trekking routes, and you will follow the last one. One of the main highlights of this trekking route is Dhaulagiri I, the 7th highest mountain in the world. The trekking trail also takes you to the hidden village. This village is awesome because it abounds with natural beauties, above all, it has unexploited wild life. The people living in this village have their own distinct language. According to them, their village was established by their forefathers, some eight generations ago.
As you head off to the base of Gurja Himal, you will see the stunning view of Dhaulagiri and Kanchenjunga Ranges. Precisely speaking, you will head off to the south face of Gurja Himal Seeing Dhaulagiri and Kanchenjunga Ranges, you will climb Gurja Himal. As you climb it, you will follow its north east climbing route. Three camps will be set up while climbing, and this climbing comes under the category of Grade IV, and when you reach the north ridge, you will seea great view of mountains, and these include Api and Saipal, as well.

Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu
Day 2:
Day 3: Drive to Beni
Day 4-10:
Approach march to the base camp
Day 11-33-39: Retrun march to Kathmandu
Day 40: Trip Ends
Day 41-49: Return march to Tumlingtar
Day 50: Fly Tumlingtar to Kathmandu