1997 年創業の大手トレッキングおよびアドベンチャー代理店
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下部ドルポ・キャンプトレック

下部ドルポ・キャンプトレック

Trip at a Glance

  • Country

    Country: Nepal

  • Trip grade

    Trip grade: 激しい

  • Destination

    Destination: ドルポ地方

  • Activities

    Activities: トレッキング

  • Accommodation

    Accommodation: キャンプトレック

  • Meals

    Meals: トレッキングに含まれる

  • Transportation

    Transportation: 専用車/飛行機

  • Group size

    Group size: 2名

  • Trip Start / End

    Trip Start / End: カトマンズ - カトマンズ

  • Best Season

    Best Season: 3月~5月、9月~11月

Trekking to the heart of nature! Trekking in Nepal! To Dolpo, the farthest land isolated by the Himalayan mountains. This region is similar to the "west" of the American frontier, where few foreigners have set foot. A world of people who have struggled with the harsh nature of the high altitudes in the rugged mountains, and who have maintained their unique ethnic identity. Trekkers who travel this land will come into contact with the time when their ancestors lived long ago. The unique appearance of the villages where people live, the beautiful nature, the mountains, and the people who live cheerfully. It is the definite image of people who live without relying on anyone. You can see Tibetan culture in the north of this route, and Hindu culture in the south.

旅程

Highest point: Kagmala Pass (5,000m) Difficulty: ★★★

DAY

Move

stay

Actions

Day 1

car

Kathmandu Hotel

Meet at the airport

Day 2

-

Kathmandu Hotel

Trekking permit procedures, preparations, etc.

Day 3

plane

Nepalgunj Hotel

Fly to Nepalgunj

Day 4

Plane and trekking

Gotichol (2,820m) Camp

Fly to Jumla (2,344m) and start trekking.

Day 5

trekking

Chotura (3,080m) Camp

 

Day 6

trekking

Chourikot (3,060m) Camp

 

Day 7

trekking

Toi Jum (3,160m) Camp

 

Day 8

trekking

Kammaraphedi (4,000m) Camp

 

Day 9

trekking

Kagmara High Camp Camp

Crossing Kagmara Pass (5,000m) and camping

Day 10

trekking

Sanduwa (Boarding) Camp

 

Day 11

trekking

Ringmo (3,600m) Camp

You can see Kanjiroba (6,612m).

Day 12

No movement

Ringmo (3,600m) Camp

Rest day at the lake

Day 13

trekking

Rechi (3,011m) Camp

 

Day 14

trekking

Dunai (2,134m) Camp

 

Day 15

trekking

Jufar (2,400m) Camp

 

Day 16

plane

Kathmandu Hotel

To Kathmandu via Nepalgunj

Day 17

car

-

See you off at the airport. On the way back home

 

What is included?

  •  Airport transfers
  •  Airfares and long-distance vehicle fares within the scheduled period 
  • Equipment: Tents (only for camping treks), mats, sleeping bags, etc.
  • Food and accommodation during the trek
  • Experienced trekking guide
  •  Staff (for camping treks): Guide, cook, assistant cook,
  •  Mountain guide, porter
  • Staff insurance
  • Service Charge
  •  All permit and entry fees incurred during the trek
  • Necessary expenses for mountain guides
  •  Double room hotel rates for the dates (breakfast included)
  • Dinner on the final day (Enjoy entertainment such as Nepalese folk dancing)

What is not included?

  • Overseas travel insurance premiums
  • Round-trip airfare between Japan and Kathmandu
  • Meals outside the trekking period
  • Extra charges in emergency situations
  • Tips
  •  Beverage cost
  •  Personal costs
  • Other expenses not included in the fee

トレッキング用品

The packing list recommended by Maron Treks in Nepal varies depending on the season and altitude. We provide a 75 litre duffel bag and a sleeping bag. Minor items can be purchased or rented in Kathmandu before the start of the trek. 
 
Trekking equipment list 
 
clothing 
• Moisture-wicking T-shirts (2-3) 
• 1 moisture-wicking long-sleeved shirt 
• Lightweight down jacket 
• Thermal undershirts (1-2) 
• Fleece pullover (for cold climates) 
• Inner warm pants (1-2 pairs) 
• Lightweight trekking pants (1-2 pairs) 
• Moisture-wicking underwear (2-3 layers) 
• Waterproof and windproof jacket (optional) 
• Hiking shorts (for daytime walking/all weather conditions) 
• Warm gloves 
 
Headwear 
• Sunglasses 
• Hats 
• A woolen hat (for cooler places) 
 
footwear 
• Sturdy trekking boots or shoes 
• Sandals or flip flops 
• Moisture-wicking socks (3-4 pairs) 
• Hiking gaiters (optional) 
 
others 
• Lightweight daypack (20-30 liters) 
• Water bottle 
• Water purification tablets 
• Regular medications 
• Toothbrush and toothpaste 
• Quick-drying towels 
• Headlamp or flashlight 
• Trekking poles 
• Camera or smartphone (with charger or power bank) 
• toilet paper 
• Sunscreen lotion 
• Lip balm 
• High protein snacks (protein bars, nuts, etc.) 
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