Thapa peak climbing -Dhampus Peak Climbing

Trip Overview
  • Duration 14 Days
  • Difficulty Level Very Strenuous or Grade D (****)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking and Climbing
  • Major AttractionPeak climbing and Marpha
  • Maximum Altitude6012 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring and Autumn

Highlights

  • Adventurous trail: Trek through scenic villages
  • Discover the rich culture and way of life of the inhabitants.
  • Pass through the steep French Pass. 
  • Investigate Hidden Valley.
  • Ascend to the summit of Thapa Peak.
  • Get a glimpse of the breathtaking scenery.
  • Views of Himalayan peaks such as Tukuche Peak, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Nilgiri, Mukut Himal, Tangu Peak, Tilicho Peak, and others are breathtaking.
  • Relax in Tatopani's natural hot spring.
  • Spend the night in the charming village of Ghorepani.

Thapa mountain rises (6012 m), known as Dhampus peak, is located northeast of the massive Dhaulagiri. It is a trouble-free Himalaya to climb in terms of hiking style. With an additional 1300 Himalayan peaks exceeding 6000 meters, Nepal offers a variety of top mountaineering opportunities, one of which is the enjoyment of Thapa Peak. Thapa Peak climb is a well-known and well-liked escapade among adventure enthusiasts worldwide. Because of the enormous elevation difference between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains, Thapa height provides an exceptionally exposed vantage point from which to observe the landscape. 

More than 30 minor trekking peaks are open for climbing under the supervision of the Nepal Mountaineering Association and the Nepal Department of Tourism to make this adventure more inviting and appealing. Enjoy the creature region of the high-quality heights of the Himalayas with Tukuche Peak (6920.) and Dhaulagiri (8167.) magnificently close by, and Treks Himalaya will assist you. During your trekking days, you will get the opportunity to observe Nepalese culture. This is also the Dhaulagiri trekking route. You are directly above Thapa Pass Phedi, with Dhaulagiri trekking continuing from the usual trail to Hidden Valley on the way to Dhaulagiri base camp. The trail spans French Pass, Italian Base Camp, Dhaulagiri Base Camp, and Thapa Pass, as well as passing through beautiful villages. All of these locations provide breathtaking beauty as well as snow-capped mountains. As you travel through one of the most remote Himalayas, you will see Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Nilgiri, Mukut Himal, Tangu Peak, Tilicho Peak, and other Himalayan peaks will be visible as you travel through one of the most remote sections of the Himalayas.

Climbing the wild and well-looking "Thapa peak" is every climber's dream. Among other Himalayan peaks, it is frequently said to be the most remote and spectacular' hiking peak. The summit, however, is challenging and demanding, necessitating stable physical condition and prior climbing experience.

The series extends beyond the deep, lush woods of oak, rhododendron, juniper, and deciduous trees on the other side. Although on our journey to the mountain, we pass via the Myagdi glacier, Dhaulagiri base camp, and French pass to reach secret icy valleys, we finally begin our climb to Thapa Peak. You will be rewarded with breathtaking views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountains once you get to the summit.

Thapa Peak Climbing is challenging in general and should only be attempted by those who are well-versed and experienced.' We at Mountain Rock Treks and Expeditions take excellent care of all your climbing needs, such as providing quality equipment, delicious meals, trekking porters, and an expert climbing guide so that you can focus on Peak climbing and nothing else!

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Upon arriving at the Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be treated to the mesmerizing views of high-standing mountains surrounding hills and the Kathmandu valley. After completing your customs and formalities at the airport, head to the terminal, where our representatives will greet you at Mountain Rock Trek. They will transfer you to your hotel in Thamel, situated 5 km from the airport.

After taking some rest at your hotel, you can visit our nearby office. In the evening, enjoy the lively streets of Thamel and enter the different shops, cafes, and pubs. Devour the authentic Nepali dishes offered to you during the welcome dinner.

  • Hotel
  • B/B
  • 30 minutes
  • 1345 Meters

Today we will spend most of our day sightseeing around some of the world heritage sites UNESCO inside Kathmandu valley. For more details visit our world heritage site tour Program.

Note: It is not possible to visit all world heritage sites in Kathmandu within a day. So you can choose at least 3-4 places for a day sightseeing.

  • Hotel
  • B/B
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 1345 Meters

Today We will drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara by Tourist bus, which takes approximately Six to Seven hours of drive journey. We will go over the Prithivi Highway banks of the Trishuli river, famous for white water rafting. Pokhara is a beautiful town set on the banks of Fewa Lake. It is smaller and much less Crowed than Kathmandu and is the starting point for our trek.

  • Hotel
  • B/B
  • 6 to 7 hours drive
  • 800 Meters

Today, you will drive to Tatopani in the west of Pokhara. The three- to four-hour scenic drives will take us through the Baglung- Pokhara highway. You will pass by the Set Gandaki River in the initial phase; you will progress to Kushma, then follow the Kali Gandaki River on the latter part of the drive before eventually reaching Beni. Beni Bazaar sits at the confluence of the Kali Gandaki River and Myagdi River and is a largely touristy area as many treks in the Annapurna region start from there.

The drive will continue from Beni alongside the Kali Gandaki River to Tatopani, following some lush green forest on the way. Tatopani village's name has been derived from the Nepali word for 'hot spring.' After the tiring drive, rest and interact with the locals in the evening.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6 to 7 hours drive
  • 1200 Meters

After having breakfast, pack your belongings and begin your trek along the swiftly flowing Myagdi River to Ghasa. You will be passing by some charming villages on the way. You will be leaving behind the more facilitated shops and stores of Tatopani, so stock up on some supplies if possible. After crossing green pastures and forests in between, you will be passing by the Rupse Waterfall on the way. You can also make a brief stop at the Satyawat and Shiva temples.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours trek
  • 2,010 Meters

Ahead of us, we have a six hours trek to the village of Larjung. From Ghasa, the green path takes us to Kalopani to the northwest, following the Kali Gandaki river. Kalopani is translated to 'black water,' which is derived from the fact that it is from here that the Kali Gandaki river changes its color to a darker shade as it gushes down to the south. From here, the beautiful views of Annapurna I peak can be seen distinctly.

As we head further up north, we reach Larjung village. It is a large village that gives a taste of the Tibetan Buddhist culture. Upon reaching the town, you can rest and then do some sightseeing if you are up for it. The best places to visit are the Guru Sangpo cave, considered historical and religious. If time permits, opt for a short hike to Bhuturcho lake and Sekung Lake. There are also important shrines of Gauchan and Tulachan in the village. One of the most notable festivals in Larjung is Lha Phewa, translated to 'Coming of the Gods," which is celebrated every 12 years by the ethnic Thakali tribe. Overall, Larjung is an attractive, culturally woven village in the Annapurna region.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours trek
  • 2,550 Meters

After breakfast, begin your trek to Marpha village, which is north of Larjung. The quaint and beautiful path along some green and dry terrain will follow the Kali Gandaki River on the side. You will cross the swiftly flowing river via a suspension bridge and head to Saura, where you can stop for tea. The path will open up to views of the amazing Dhaulagiri, the seventh highest mountain in the world. There are small villages with patches of apple trees here and there with some pine trees in the forested areas along the route.

Marpha is an attractive village in the Mustang district heavily influenced by Tibetan Buddhist culture and traditions. You will spot many prayer flags and small cohorts in this village that seem stuck in time with their authentic stone houses and straw roofs. Some homes are also built on high cliffs. Apples are a popular product here; having a fresh one right out of the tree will amaze you. You can also try out the famous sea Buckthorn juice, which is also grown here. The village is also home to Tibetan refugee camps and Tibetan settlers. If you reach early, you can visit Cairo, a monastery near the riverside with art crafts dating more than 300 years.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 2 to 3 hours trek
  • 2,670 Meters

A five-hour trek awaits us today with a visit to the most famous locations in the Mustang district. There are no complaints about climbing to a higher altitude as you'll pass lush forests with amazing views.

Yak Kharka translates to "alpine pastures," which are suitable for Yaks to graze. Locals bring their yaks to feed during the plush pasture season, but during the dry season, the place is silent. You will experience stronger winds as you head higher. There are a couple of facilities in Yak Kharka, from safe drinking water to a Bakery! Imagine having a piece of cake at this high altitude. The team sets the tents at Yak Kharka, so you can enjoy food and hot drinks after settling down.

  • Tent
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours trek
  • 3,900 Meter

Today is one of the challenging days of the trek as you will be crossing the Dhampus/ Thapa Pass, also a major highlight of the tour. There are more than 1,000m/3,280ft of change in altitude, so you need to walk slower, which means that you will have to wake up early in the morning to get ready for the long trek.

Along the way, you will witness some tall waterfalls forming icy blocks due to the cold climate. Walking on the snow-laden path with different views of Mt. Hongde, the Dhaulagiri range of mountains, and Gurja Himal surrounding you is phenomenal. The winds were strong in the past, and crossing it isn't easy, but the views are worth the effort.

  • Tent
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6 to 7 hours trek
  • 5,244 Meters

The most anticipated day of the trip is here - summiting Dhampus Peak! We will get up early in the morning before dawn to avoid getting caught up in the day's strong winds. Our goal is to reach the summit during lunchtime and return to Kalopani. Our team will have laid out the ropes, so you must be prepared by putting on and carrying the required climbing gear. With small steps, you will head on the steep snowy path upwards.

You can see the clouds smoking up in the mountains, and you will be walking through the mist. As you gain elevation, the sights keep getting better. The vast white landscape of gigantic peaks comes into the display. Take brief stops to catch your breath as the climb is steep. Following the footsteps of your climbing leader, you will eventually reach the vertical wall of the Dhampus Peak and head right on top. The summit is beautified with Buddhist prayer flags fluttering in the strong winds. There is ample space at the top, and some areas of the peak are uncovered by snow. So, take a moment to enjoy the triumphant climb to the top by leaning on a rock there. From the Dhampus Peak summit, you will witness views of Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Sita Chuchura, Tukuche peak, Thorong Peak, Mukut Himal, Annapurna South, and many more.

After enjoying the climb, you will descend to Kalopani village, lying just before Tatopani on the same trail. The decline is certainly easier and quicker than the ascend. Crossing the rocky terrain on the bank of Kali Gandaki River, you reach Kalopani.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 8 to 9 hours trek/Climbing
  • 6012 Meters

Today's trek is easy and quick as we will be retracing our steps back to Tatopani. Following the subtropical vegetation following the swiftly flowing Kali Gandaki, you descend to cross a bridge to reach a waterfall. Relish the final views of mesmerizing natural waterfalls as you head back to Tatopani.

Upon reaching Tatopani, you can relax in the hot pools there to relieve your exhausted muscles before you take a good night's sleep.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours trek
  • 2,530 Meter

 

Finally, the trekking days are over, and you will bid farewell to the lovely Annapurna region as you drive from Tatopani back to Beni. After breakfast, a scenic drive will take you to Beni, then back to Pokhara. The ride is long so that you will doze off quickly after a soothing bath at your hotel.

Enjoy yourself with your trekking team and newfound friends in the evening near a pub or restaurant near Lakeside.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast and Lunch
  • 6 to 7 hours drive.
  • 800 Meters

After breakfast, pack up your belongings and drive back to Kathmandu. Following the Prithvi Highway, the road passes through vast pastures, terraced fields, green hills, and swiftly flowing Trishuli. You will be transferred to your hotel in Thamel when you reach Kathmandu city.

After relaxing, explore the streets to buy souvenirs like Dhaka caps, arts and crafts, and thangka paintings from local shops. You can enjoy a much-desired multi-cuisine meal or an authentic Nepali dinner from various restaurants.

  • Hotel
  • B/B
  • 6 to 7 hours drive
  • 1345 Meters

The time to bid farewell is here, as this is your last day in Nepal. Mountain Rock Treks representatives will transfer you to the Tribhuvan International Airport after a hearty farewell depending on your flight schedule. There are certainly stories of the Dhampus peak climbing experience and the views of the fantastic Annapurna range of mountains that you will share with your friends and family. If these memories prompt you to travel along with us again shortly for a similar adventurous journey, please get in touch with us again.

 

  • B/B
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1345 Meters

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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Essential Info

Climbing Route to Thapa Peak

The journey to Beni for Thapa Peak Climbing begins with a long and gorgeous drive. You'll start ascending from here towards Babiyachour, Dharapani, Mudi, Boghara, Dolan, and Pine Forest. There are numerous ascents and descents on the trail. You'll next walk up to Dhaulagiri Base Camp after gradually ascending to Italian Base Camp. You descend to the unique Hidden Valley and head towards Thapa Peak Base Camp after crossing the difficult French Pass. The trail then gradually ascends to the peak's summit before dropping to Ghorepani village via a series of tiny settlements. After leaving Ghorepani, you drive to Pokhara and then back to Kathmandu.

Thapa Peak Climbing challenge

Climbing Thapa Peak in the Annapurna Himalayas is a challenging task. In terms of dramatic exposure to cold and sunlight, the trek is difficult. The journey is further made more difficult by the high altitude. You must walk on a snow-covered trail that becomes steep in places. This climbing expedition requires previous hiking expertise. You must also be physically fit and healthy.

Symptoms of Altitude Sickness and How to Avoid It on Thapa Peak Climbing 

Climbing Thapa Peak is a high-altitude adventure with a high risk of altitude sickness. It's also known as acute mountain sickness, and it's a frequent ailment that travellers can get if their bodies aren't adequately adjusted. We have included ample breaks in our Thapa peak climbing to prevent suffering from altitude sickness. Follow the instructions below to ensure that you do not suffer from AMS. Moving to higher heights when walking to the Thapa summit will produce altitude sickness. You'll be more prone to getting AMS, which can progress to HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema) and HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema) (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema).

Altitude sickness is common when individuals are travelling and rapidly ascending or moving to a higher elevation. The higher you climb, the lower the air pressure and oxygen levels are. Our bodies can handle the shift, but it will take some time for them to adjust.
 

Note:- During the climb to Thapa Peak, food and water are essential.

All meals will be prepared and served by our crew members, as this is a camping trek/climb. Our employees have received expert training in the preparation of delectable dishes. Throughout the journey, we will provide you with a wide range of meal options to ensure that you obtain all of the nutrients and calories you require.

 

Thapa peak climbing Cost

The price of climbing Thapa Peak includes services like food and lodging while on the excursion, permits, ground transportation, and guide and porter charges. Travel insurance, flights, visas, gratuities, and other expenses are not included in the package price.

If you embark on a group trip, you will save money because your expenses will be divided with your trekking companions. If you join a group, the cost of lodging and transportation will be reduced.

If you are not going on a group trek and instead wish to embark on a solo or many solo treks, compare the costs. There will be more of it. You will have to pay for your lodging on your own, which will be more expensive.

More thorough information may be found in our exclude and include section. If you require any further information, please contact us at any time.

Environmental Policies and Procedures on Thapa Peak Climbing

We place a high value on environmental conservation and preservation while conducting exciting expeditions. We are very sensitive and concerned about environmental pollution. So, we highly encourage our visitors to go on eco-friendly adventures.  During our trek to the unspoilt Himalayas, we take a variety of precautions. We are adopting a variety of initiatives, like urging people not to use plastic water bottles and transporting our garbage to cities to be recycled or composted. Similarly, we work closely with people in all locations to assist them, either by giving them a means of earning a livelihood or by contributing. You will not only discover but also help the region's conservation and upliftment while travelling with us.

 

A Packing List for Climbing Thapa Peak

We want you to know that all of the equipment may be rented or purchased in Kathmandu. For various budgets, there are numerous selections ranging from mid-range to high-end brands.

Documents for travel and money

It is necessary to have a valid passport with a minimum validity of six months, as well as a valid visa. Make sure you keep your passport with you at all times. Carry a few extra copies. Keep all of your documents in case you need to apply for permission, purchase a local SIM card, make bookings, or anything else.

4–8 passport-size pictures photocopied The majority of teahouses and cafes along the Thapa Peak climbing trekking trail do not accept credit cards. Furthermore, there will be no ATMs or other conveniences available after the trek begins. So, don't forget to carry enough cash. You should carry a backup form of identification in case your passport is misplaced.
 

Clothing for travel

Trekking to the Thapa peak takes you to incredible heights. As a result, it is best to be prepared for the cold, particularly during the winter. Even if the lower villages are pleasant during the day, it's vital to remember that trekking in the late fall or early spring is still frigid. Because there are no laundry facilities along the route, carry enough clothing to last at least two weeks.

A list of all the clothes and equipment for Thapa Peak Climbing 

HEADWEAR

  • Wear a brimmed hat or a sun cap on your head.
  • Headscarf
  • Hat with warm knit
  • Buff/Neck Gaiter, or Balaclava
  • Headlamps
  • Google or sunglasses

INNER BODYWEAR

  • Underwear
  • The Foundation Layer: fleece woollen shirt or fleece woollen pants
  • The middle layer: shirts, thermal shirts, fleece pants, fabric shirts, thermal trousers

OUTER LAYER

  • Jacket with hood or water-proof jacket

HANDWEAR AND FOOTWEAR

  • hiking gloves, hiking shoes, hiking boots etc 

Travel equipment:

  • duffel bags, sleeping bags, poles for trekking,  

MEDICATIONS:

  • first aid medicines  and daily use medications  

The necessity of a guide and porter during the Thapa Peak Climbing

Without a guide, solo trekking, group trekking, or couple trekking would be tough, so it is always recommended to bring a guide with you anytime you wish to trek. If you are visiting Thapa Peak for the first time, the trail may be unfamiliar to you.

Taking a porter with you will be handy and beneficial because you will be carrying a lot of trekking equipment. The porter will assist you in carrying your stuff, and the guide will assist you in choosing the correct track. The trip's success will be determined by two critical aspects: climbing and staff supervision. Make use of the trip's abilities and one-of-a-kind moments. Thanks to a skilled and courteous climbing leader, the adventure experience will be enjoyable and uncomplicated. All members of the expedition team, including the climbing director, are chosen for their ability to lead and their personal traits. We only recruit people who are knowledgeable about the area's culture, environment, flora, wildlife, geography, and history in order to safeguard local communities. You may encounter uncertainties when travelling. You may get altitude sickness, also known as AMS (acute mountain sickness), so we recommend that you have a guide with you.

Travel Insurance in Thapa Peak Climbing

You must purchase travel insurance before booking a vacation with our organization. You must have emergency and repatriation insurance at the very least, which must cover the cost of mountain rescue. Please read the general terms and conditions of your insurer carefully. You should ensure that the following components are included: 1) The type of activity (tourism, hiking, or climbing). 2) The highest point reached during the journey 3) Helicopter evacuation in the occurrence of an emergency. You should be informed that any fees associated with the removal and return processes, as well as any expenses linked to evacuations or medical care, are ultimately your responsibility. You should be fully aware of the consequences of your travel insurance structure, as well as the policy's limits and exclusions. Please be advised that our business advisor may, in certain situations, conduct a helicopter rescue in a medical emergency without first receiving your insurance carrier's permission.

Spring Season Thapa peak climbing

Spring is the best season to visit since the weather is pleasant and the scenery that can be seen from Thapa Peak is stunning. The land gets more vivid throughout the spring season. We will be able to see beautiful flowers flourishing all over under the pure bluish sky. The Himalayas, with their light snow, are spectacular from afar. Because we'll be seeing such a lovely snow-capped mountain, we won't feel fatigued on the trip.  looking at the weather and its giving we will be energized to go further.  Walking beneath a bluish sky is unique. The days are pleasant, with average temperatures. Clear blue skies and flying birds in the sky make a lovely view. This is the time of year when the colours are at their most brilliant, flaunting in nature. As a result, we may expect a change in the temperature in the spring. Therefore, anyone who wants to join in this Thapa peak climbing will be recommended to join during the spring.

Autumn season Thapa peak climbing

Autumn is also a beautiful season. Autumn is a season that lasts from September to November. The weather is constant throughout the fall days. The days will be chilly and frigid due to the mild breeze. Another beautiful time of year has arrived. It is home to some of the most breathtaking views. The Himalayas are breathtakingly gorgeous and snow-capped. Autumn is nice because of the magnificent sky and crisp air. Autumn's fresh air and temperature will contribute to making our excursion the most delightful it can be.

The gorgeous vistas of the Thapa peak region create breathtaking panoramas of falling leaves all around, giving nature's beauty a changing mood. We don't have to be concerned about climate change when we vacation. Because of the present uncertainty in the shifting of seasons, Due to global warming issues, taking a helitour in the fall is an excellent choice. At this time of year, travellers from all over the world flock to the city. It's exactly as crowded as it is in the springtime. The journey has no other interruptions, so it's just as enjoyable in the fall as it is in the spring. 

Monsoon Season Thapa peak climbing

It is not recommended to travel during the monsoon season. Peak climbing is impossible due to the severe weather. There will be clouds, indicating that rain might fall at any time. It is hazardous to travel in such bad weather. The temperature will drop as we go to higher elevations. We'll have to carry more and undergo greater difficulty because of the weather. The monsoon season is in full force at this time of year, with heavy downpours caused by warm, moist air from the Indian Ocean. Only the most committed extreme-altitude fans brave the storm on the paths, which are normally abandoned.

During the monsoon, the trail will be slippery, which will cause you difficulty in walking. Also, the roadways will be damaged due to rainfall. Not all roadways are well built, so it is less recommended to travel in this season. 

Winter season Thapa peak climbing

Winter is a chilly and snowy season. There is a drop in temperature, resulting in snowfall on the Thapa summit. Because there are fewer people in the winter, it may be acceptable for those visitors who like to visit sites that are less congested in the winter. They are free to explore nature in their own way. Winter is the greatest time to see the mountains blanketed with snow. However, the obstacles are perilous.

We will be subjected to inclement weather, including bitter cold, wind, and snowfall. Our bodies can't keep up with the heat. Because winter is an off-season for trips, we may take advantage of the savings. Although there are some positive reasons for travelling in the winter, the truth is that the more problems and difficulties we face, the more.  As a result, travelling in the winter is not advised. Trekking in the cold is less enjoyable and more difficult. Fog will cover the air, blurring the view of the climbers and increasing the risk of falling while doing the peak climbing. Winter, on the other hand, is the finest season to see snow-capped mountains.

Due to extreme coldness, you will have difficulties moving your hands and legs, so going peak climbing might not be a good idea. Except for those who are craving to see the snow-capped peaks of the Thapa summit. Putting on your gloves and thick, cold protective socks can make this journey possible. 

FAQs

  • Q1. When is the ideal time to climb Thapa Peak?

    The optimum times to climb Thapa Peak are in the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) (mid-September to November). During these seasons, the weather is pleasant, making hiking and climbing suitable sports. An excellent climbing experience is made possible by the lack of snow and the spectacular mountain views. Climbing is not recommended during the rainy and winter months, which are considered off-season.

  • As mentioned above, everything has its pros and cons. If you look into nature, there are many challenges and gains simultaneously. Spring and autumn are favorable, while the monsoon and winter might not be favorable. Considering the trails, you might not be able to find good roadways on your journey. But this will be just a flaw in picking on the beauty of nature. You will be pleased with the eye-catching scenery. Moving to a higher altitude has a high chance of making you more likely to suffer from altitude sickness, but our guides and staff will help you through this. If an emergency arises, we will also take you to the hospital if necessary, rescuing you with a helicopter. 

  • Thapa peak climbing gives you the extra flavor of natural beauty. You will learn to go on a seasonal journey as this is listed as one of them. You will benefit from a memorable journey with our team members, who will assist and help you during your trip. They will guide you for your safety. This is such a fantastic package that you shouldn’t miss.  

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