Trip Code :
- Enjoy scenic beauty.
- Enjoy the adventurous and challenging hunting
- Witness verities of flora and fauna.
- Stunning views of Dhaulagiri and other peaks in the western Himalayas.
- Interact with the unique Magar culture and traditions
- Close-up views of Dhaulagiri, as well as lesser-seen peaks in the west of Nepal
- See a part of Nepal that around only 100 foreigners visit each year
- Trekking through Nepal’s only hunting reserve, with its abundance of wildlife
If you want to go hunting in the Nepalese Himalayas there is only one hunting reserve, the Dhorpatan Hunting is one of the famous hunting reserves in Nepal. It covers 1325 km2 (512 sq mi) in the Dhaulagiri Himal of western Nepal in Myagdi, Rukum, and Baglung Districts. Situated at the altitude of 2850 to 5500m (9350 to 18040ft.), the Dhorparten Hunting reserve lets you to witness 58 vascular plants, marshland, forest landscape, flat meadows, flowering plants including 36 endemic species, 18 mammal’s species like Musk Deer, Blue Sheep, Red Panda, snow leopard, and many more. Apart from this wildlife, you can also get chances to see 137 bird’s species including Cheer Pheasant, Koklass Pheasant, and Impeyan pheasant along with two reptile species and so on.
This popular Dhorpatan hunting reserve is established in 1987 and its management team has put its objectives of the reserve which allow sports trophy hunting for the trekkers and preserve a representative high-altitude ecosystem in western Nepal. This Hunting reserve has divided into six hunting blocks in order to make a best hunting trophy sport and end poaching and preserve a representative ecosystem. It is one of the best destinations for the hunting reserve that able to fulfill the desired of adventure hunters who were getting chances to hunt Himalayan Tahr, Blue sheep, and some game animal Leopard, Serow, Himalayan Black Bear, Barking Deer, Muntjac and Wilbour and so on in the past. However, in the present, only four rare and endangers animals are allowed to hunt in this reserve area, they are a Red panda, Musk Deer, Wolf, Cheer Pleasant and Danphe.
The Renowned, Dhorpatan Hunting reserve fulfills your desire of challenging, breathtaking and unparalleled sports trophy hunting. It also offers you adventurous highland blue sheep hunting in the remote area of far western Nepal. The Dorpatan Hunting reserve is filled with alpine, subalpine, temperate vegetation, Fri Abies pindrow, birch Betula utilis, spruce Picea smithiana, juniper Juniperus recurve and many more exotic floras. Beside this you will explore the interesting Magar culture, abundant animal and bird life along with stunning views of the Dhaulagiri on the backdrop in the western Himalayas. Short Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day2: Full Day Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing
Day 03: Kathmandu to Pokhara and Darbang
Day 04: Darbang to Lamsung (2160m/7086ft)
Day 05: Lamjung to Jaljala(3430m/11253ft)
Day 06: Jaljala to Dhorpatan(2860m/9383ft)
Day 07: Explore Dhorpatan and trek to Phagun Phedi(3850m/12631ft)
Day 08: Phagun Phedi to Gurjaghat(3104m/10183ft)
Day 09: Gurjaghat to Patichaur(2097m/6883ft)
Day 10: Patichaur to Pokhara and back to Kathmandu
Day 11: Final Destination
Day by Day Itinerary