The Everest Base Camp trek takes you through Rhododendron forests, alpine vegetation, river trails and the villages of the Sherpas and rests you at foot of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepalese. From the eye-opening flight to Lukla and views of four among the six highest mountains in the world, EBC brings you everything you need for the perfect adventure.
Everest Base Camp trek (5,364m/17,594ft) one of the most popular and challenging trekking destinations in the world, brings you numerous opportunities to see the Himalaya in its full glory and magnificence. Our 14-day long trek to the base camp of the highest mountain in the world includes a day for acclimatization as well. In these fourteen days you will experience intimate views of some ‘eight-thousanders’ (a group of 14 independent mountains over 8,000m) like Cho Oyu at 8102m (sixth highest), Mt.Makalu at 8481m (fifth highest), Mt. Lhotse at 8516m (fourth highest) and Mt. Everest at 8848m (first highest).
The Khumbu region is more than the glory of altitude, you will also get to enjoy views of Nangkhartshang Peak (5082m), Thamserku (6623m), AmaDablam (6856m), Nuptse (7861m), ImjaTse/Island Peak (6160m) Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192 ft.), Pumori (7161m) and closely observe the Khumbu glacier on this trip. In addition to the revered mountains, you will also get to see the culture and way of life of the Sherpas (the bravest climbers in the world and natives of the region).
Our journey to Everest begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,860m/9,186 feet). This is your first step closer to Everest Base Camp and a very thrilling mountain ride, indeed. Since altitude is a significant concern in the Everest region, we will make the first layover for acclimatization and the rest at Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,284 ft), a hustling and bustling Sherpa village which is also known as “the Gateway to Everest.”
Everest Base Camp lies in the Sagarmatha National Park (a UNESCO world heritage site) which has an impressive variety of flora and fauna and Buddhist monasteries, all of which you’d be passing through on this trek. This journey leads to the top of the world, filling you with thrills and a sense of adventure at first, and with satisfaction and accomplishment by the end. The friendly Sherpas and their villages, yak processions, views of some of the tallest mountains in the world, Dudhkoshi (River of milk) trail, magnolia and rhododendron forests, and the smell of Himalayan incense paired with morning prayers that echo the region will give you an experience as you’ve never had before.
Everest Base Camp trek brings in more than 40,000 trekkers each year making it Nepal’s most famous trek. Whether it’s off the beaten trail you’re looking for, or a more well-established route with all the necessary comforts -- you can get both in this trek, based on what you choose.
If you are a novice trekker in average health and have regular physical exercise, then joining the Everest Base Camp Trek-16 days might be a better option for you. For experienced trekkers who seek a challenge that takes them off the beaten path, try Everest Base Camp Trek via Gokyo Lakes-18 days, or Everest Base Camp with Three High Passes-20 days trek.
Just because it is the base camp of the world’s highest mountain, people think trekking to Everest Base Camp is only for trained climbers. However, that is a misconception. Everest Base Camp Trek is thrilling and adventurous but also achievable by most people with an average level of physical fitness. The trek is moderately difficult. The routes are well laid out, there are tea houses (lodging & dining) along the way and people are friendly. However, Everest Base Camp trek starts at an elevation of 2,860 m and goes as high as 5,555m. So, the only real challenge here is the altitude which can cause Acute Mountain sickness .The difficulty level of the trek depends on your physical fitness level as well. No matter how fit you are, acclimatization is vital as it helps you avoid AMS.
The best time to trek the Everest Base Camp is from March-May in the spring and September-early December during autumn/fall. However, you can trek to Everest Base Camp in December, January and February during winter as well. Only a select few prefer to trek the Everest Base Camp trails during these months.
Yes, we can certainly trek Everest Base Camp in winter (December, January and February). As in monsoon season, the Everest Base Camp trek trail is deserted during core winter, especially in January. Below freezing temperatures are why core winter trekking in the Everest region is unpopular. So, if you don’t mind cold temperatures which can easily be tackled with advanced gear, winter trekking with an experienced guide and a porter is possible. As a bonus, the views are clear during winter season.
The weather during winter season is relatively dry and stable. The major challenge is trekking the snow-covered trails. However, it won’t be much of a bother with the proper gear. Those who attempt this trek in winter do so because the trails are isolated and quiet. More than 40,000 trekkers come to the Everest region every year and over 90 percent of those trekkers arrive during the peak seasons of spring and autumn. The temperature drops down to -15°C to around -20 °C during mid-December to January in regions that are 4,000m above sea level.
Warm clothes including thermal down jackets are vital for winter trekking. It is also advised that you carry a thermal sleeping bag for the night as the lodges don't have heaters Everest region receives anywhere from 5-6 to 7-8 hours of sunshine per day during the winter season which means you have less time to get from one destination to the other. Everest Base Camp winter trek is for trekkers who have at least average physical fitness level and some experience in winter trekking/hiking.
Tenzing-Hillary Airport/Lukla Airport: the airport or the flight isn’t a major part of the trek itself, but it is how the trek starts, with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. This small airport in Lukla in Khumbu region of eastern Nepal lies at 2,845m/9,334 ft. and is considered as one of the most dangerous airports in the world due to its situation, the airstrip is built on a hillside on a steep incline.
Namche Bazaar: It is the ultimate hub, a marketplace and the most hustling residential part of the Khumbu region. Situated at the height of 3,440 m/11,286 ft, Namche has a bank and a police check post. One can buy everything from Yak meat, trekking gears to cultural artifacts here.
Tengboche Monastery: The route to Tengboche Monastery is as scenic as it can get. You can truly experience the abundance of nature in the Sagarmatha National Park region. On your way through pine, magnolia and Rhododendron forest you will come across many endangered animals like Musk Deer, Himalayan Thar and Lophohorous (Danphe, the national bird of Nepal) among many others. Once you reach the monastery the enchantment of sacred Buddhist prayers fills you with spiritual bliss, the tranquility in the Buddhist region engulfs you. For those not looking for spiritual satisfaction, the monastery offers 360-degree panorama view of mountains like AmaDablam (6,812m), Kantega (6,782m) Lhotse (8,516m) and Mt. Everest ( 8,848m).
Kala Patthar (5,555m/18,226 ft.) and Everest Base Camp (5,380m/17,600 ft.) The ascent to the tallest mountain in the world, Everest, starts from its base camp which is your ultimate destination on this trip. There are two rudimentary base camps to Everest, south and the North. The most popular one and on Nepal’s side is the south. It is used by climbers as a point of acclimatization before starting their ascent to the top. Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192 ft.) is the best viewpoint in the Everest region. It lies at Mt. Pumori’s southern face above Gorakshep and is at a higher elevation than base camp. Kala Patthar meaning a big black rock provides a full view of Mt. Everest and the mesmerizing Khumbu Glacier.
Himalayan Lifestyle and Sherpa Culture: Trekking in the Himalaya is never only about the mountains, it is about the life you see along the way, culture and the people of the region as well. The people of the Everest region are the Sherpas. Majority of Sherpas are Buddhists. They rely on yaks for transport, farming, meat, fur, and dairy. The houses here are stone built mostly. Sherpas are known to be brave, kind and friendly. The morning in Sherpa villages starts with enchanting Buddhist prayers over Himalayan incense.
Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM), you will be welcomed by a representative from Adventure Club Trek. After sorting out your custom formalities (visa and so on), you will be then transferred to your respective hotel in Adventure Club Trek’s private vehicle and give you some time to freshen up. After this, you will attend an orientation about your trek led by the trekking leader over a welcome dinner. Overnight at hotel.
Early morning transfer to the domestic airport for about 40 minutes scenic flight to the tiny airstrip at Lukla (2,800m), a getaway destination from where our trek starts. This is an amazing air routes in the world surrounded by high mountain peaks. After reaching at Lukla we will have time for tea while our guide sort out and divide the load baggage to be carried by porters. We begin our trek through the pretty well-off Sharpa village and crosses several tributary streams and we have some tantalizing views before reaching the small settlement of Phakding (2,650m).We could get warmed up for some acclimatizing with a short hike to a nearby monastery or just stroll around to get a feel of the land.Overnight at guesthouse.
We start our trek on the trail leading up to the Dudhkoshi Valley. The route goes through many suspension bridges that connect one to another hill over the river. Two hours of walking brings you to Monjo, the entrance station to Sagarmatha National park. They check your TIM’s card and National Park permit here; your guide will help you through the process. We resume our trek and stop at Jorsale, the last village before Namche, for lunch. After lunch, we trek ahead to reach the valley’s longest bridge. A short walk that follows takes you to the Hillary Bridge. The tricky part of today’s trek begins after Hillary Bridge; we have to do a 3-hour steep uphill climb before reaching Namche. Your effort is rewarded with the first view of Everest as soon as you enter Namche. Overnight at guesthouse.
The more you gain in altitude the thinner the air becomes. To acclimatize your body to the thinning air and colder temperature we take an acclimatization day rest at Namche Today. We don’t sit idle and do nothing though; we make a hike to Khumjung village where you can enjoy a hearty local lunch. The short hike can be 3-4 hours long.
Trek to Tengboche goes through one of the most scenic routes in Everest. We start with a climb that offers views of AmaDablam, Thamserku (6,623 m/21,730 ft.) and Mt. Kusum Kanguru (6, 367m/20,890 ft.) The hillside climb slowly descends to bring you to a river valley where we will wait for lunch. After lunch, we ascend to Tengboche through forest hills of sub-tropical vegetation. Tengboche Monastery is the most significant monastery in Khumbu region. We will stay overnight at Tengboche.Monks with their sacred Buddhist prayers in and around the monastery with a backdrop of Mt. AmaDablam makes for an unsurpassable view. Overnight at guesthouse.
Day 6 of the Everest Base Camp trek starts with a startling view of Mt. AmaDablam above the Tengboche monastery; the morning view is almost flawless. After enjoying a hearty breakfast with the view, we begin our trek with a short descent. Thirty minutes of walking through the tree line, we will come across a bridge on a stream, and the tree line ends there. We will then enter the dry region in Everest. Crossing Sherpa villages like Shomare and Pangboche as we walk up along dry hills and rock-laden trails, we will reach Dingboche in the evening for overnight stay and dinner.Overnight at guesthouse.
We are now above 4,400m in our pursuit of the Everest Base Camp. So, this is one more day for acclimatization. Once you’ve had your breakfast, we will head to the Chhukung valley. The day trip is 4-hour long to and fro. You also have the options to visit Island Peak Base Camp or Imja Valley. We come back to Dingboche for lunch and relax the rest of the day. Overnight at Guesthouse.
After the acclimatization day before, we are now ready to start the adventure. We reach a close of 5,000m height on this trek today. After an early breakfast, we begin our trek with an uphill climb along the yak herder shelters’ plateau. After walking for 2 and half hours, we will reach our lunch spot, Duglha(4,600m/15,090 ft.). The trail ahead is strenuous, so, we maintain a steady pace which is important when you are ascending. Upon reaching the top of the hill, you will see the memorial stupas dedicated to trekkers, climbers, and Sherpas who lost their lives in accidents in the Everest region. This also marks the higher and rocky terrain of Khumbu. Shortly after you reach Lobuche.Overnight at Guesthouse.
This is THE DAY of Everest Base Camp trek. You reach the Everest Base Camp today. After you’ve had your breakfast, we start our trek on rocky terrains alongside the Khumbu glacier.We’ll make a stop at Gorakshep for lunch before reaching Everest Base Camp. After, lunch we continue on the slow-paced but straightforward 2 and half hours walk glacial walk takes to the Everest Base Camp.We’ll inspect the Khumbu icefall and visit other glacial areas in EBC. The views of magnificent Himalaya make not only best experience and memories but great videos and photos as well. After taking enough time at the Base camp, we return back to Gorakshep for overnight stay. Overnight at guesthouse.
We start our day early, at 5 am today. Have to catch that sunrise on Everest! We hike uphill leading to the summit of Kala Patthar (a big black rock) from where you get the most up-close views of Everest and other surrounding mountains. It is a steady 2 and half hours hike. The trek is harsh and cold, but warm clothing and determination have always made it possible to break the barriers. Once you reach Kala Patthar, you can enjoy unobstructed views of the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. A 360-degree panoramic spread of mountains like Nuptse (7, 861m/ 25,791 ft.), AmaDablam (6,812 m/ 22,350 ft.), Lobuche (6,119m/20075 ft.) and Everest will mesmerize you. We hike down to Pheriche for Dinner and overnight stay.Overnight at guesthouse.
We are now back on the route to Namche Bazaar. We begin our trek from Pheriche crossing the bridge over Khumbukhola slowly trekking down to Orsho. We keep going down on the trail to Pangboche crossing forests and bridges. A short climb to Tengboche for lunch soon leads us to our way down to PhungiTenga. After several turns and crossing ridges above Dudhkoshi River we finally arrive at Namche. You will experience your final views of Everest and surrounding mountains here. Overnight at guesthouse.
Trekking back to Lukla (where the airport is) from Namche takes about 6 hours. After some ascend and descend and crossing Dudhkoshi River over several suspension bridges, you reach Lukla. This is the point where the trekking officially ends. Overnight at guesthouse.
This is an early morning flight back to Kathmandu which takes about 40 minutes, and you will transfer to the hotel. Getting refreshed, you will be invited for the farewell dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant hosted by Adventure club Trek. Overnight at hotel.
Adventure Club Trek will manage a farewell drive to the international airport for your final flight departure.Meeting you and serving you was a wonderful experience over the weeks. We are sure you enjoyed a wonderful holiday in beautiful Nepal. We hope you will remember us in the years ahead.
In November of 2018 we had an unforgettable 150 km long hike in the Everest region. It was my very first visit in the Himalayas. During the whole tour we stayed in the houses of the local peoples (sherpas). It was very impressive to see how these kind hearted people live their everydays. The complete trip was perfect organized. I am already planing my next Himalayas trip at the Annapurna and i'm gonna surely choose the Adventure Club Treks and Expedition Ltd.
Arrive as a tourist and leave this magical world as a friend. That was my main impression when I visited Nepal first and second time. Whole country is extremely wonderful having thousands and thousands beautiful landscapes to explore but a prossefional guide is highly recommended. I feel myself very lucky and blessed I could lead by Birendra, the owner of this company. His respectful, open-minded, flexible, helpful personality and very professional way of working made my EBC trek unforgettable. I became addicted to mountains and Nepal too thus I plan my next journey to Kanchenhunga region in 2019. No question about my choice regarding trekking company. :)
The quiet confidence of Birendra and his team of guides and porters, as they guide and support you throughout your trek, leaves you feeling incredibly looked after, supported, educated & entertained. From the moment that you wake and have your bag packed they have quietly and efficiently whisked your unwanted kilos on to the next destination, while other members of the team bring breakfast and hot drinks. Then they guide you carefully and expertly over the many different terrains that you will encounter throughout each day. They look after the front middle and rear of the group equally. I will without question employ Birendra and his team for my next trip and have already recommended him to my friends and acquaintances.
This trek to Everest Base Camp was my first trek of any kind - and I wasn't disappointed! The location is, of course, stunning. So exciting just to be at the roof of the world. But the whole experience was enhanced by Birendra and his assistants, Prakesh and Prem. I found them to be extremely professional in relation to the organisation of the trip and, on a personal level, unfailingly helpful and courteous. I felt myself to be in very good hands, safe and well looked after. No hesitation in recommending Adventure Club.
A group of ten of us went to Everest Base Camp with Adventure Club in April and it was such a great experience. I mean, the base camp trek is always going to be great regardless of how you get there but for us it was Sonam, Bhim and Kali, our guides, who made it incredible. I felt so looked after and they were fun, friendly and really patient with all of us. By the time we got to where we were staying for the night our rooms were already booked and we just had to sit down and order food. No hassle at all. The porters were great too and they only carry two bags which, for me, is really important. We saw too many porters carrying way too much weight on this trek and it means a lot to me that Adventure Club treat their porters fairly. Our flight to Lukla was cancelled twice due to weather and Birendra made sure we were taken back to our hotel safely, got our flights rebooked and made sure we were picked up on time in the morning. He dealt with everything, we didn't have to lift a finger. Absolute professional. All in all it's a brilliant company who will look after you from start to finish. All you have to do is show up and walk.
Brighton, United Kingdom
My solo trek to Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar turned out to be the Adventure of a Lifetime, thanks to the excellent planning and assistance of Birendra Chudal, and the superb guide he assigned to me, Badurai, whom I called "Mr. Rai." From the very beginning, there was excellent communication with Birendra, so that he was able to take care of my domestic flight to Lukla, the entrance pass and the TIMS card, as well as numerous other details. He provided me with all the support and assistance I needed, which made life so much easier for me as I had never been to Nepal before. This included help with transportation and lodging -- I even got to meet his lovely family, which was an unexpected pleasure. As for my guide, Mr. Rai, he was totally committed to my safety and comfort, always staying with me on the trail, assisting with lodgings as we made our way from village to village, and providing help in ways too numerous to mention, always with a cheerful attitude and never a word of complaint. If I were to return to Nepal for further treks the first thing I would do is contact Birendra, whose knowledge and professional experience enabled me to enjoy a marvelous adventure without any significant problems (well, we did get a little bit of snow, but fortunately not enough to prevent us from reaching our dual goals of EBC and Kala Patthar!). NAMASTE to both Birendra and Mr. Rai -- I could not have done it without your help!
My friend and I did Everest Base camp trek with Adventure Club Trek in November 2013. It was one of my dreams that came true last year. Adventure Club was recommended to me by few of my friends who had gone to EBC many times with Adventure Club. I found Birendra and his team very professional, friendly and very well organized. My guide. Pemba and the porter were very friendly and professional. I have many friends who have had trip to Nepal with different companies. Based on what I heard from them, Birendra organized the tour with a price less than other companies with the same level of services. During my trek Birendra was always accessible by phone at any time during the trek (day and night time), and managed any changes to the trek plane based on my request or other reason. Unfortunately I got mountain sickness before getting to Base Camp and I had to go back to Kathmandu. Birendra rearranged everything (new porter, rescheduling flight ticket and…) immediately. When I went back to Kathmandu I had extra time waiting for my friend to com back from EBC, so I asked him to arrange a trip to Chitwan Jungle National Park and beautiful city of Pokhara. I spent few unforgettable days resting and sightseeing in beautiful hotels in Chitwan and Pokara. Next year I will go again to Nepal for another trek and also visiting Tibet, and I definitely will do my trip with Birendra who is not only a company owner for me any more but also a good trusted and reliable friend. I recommend Nepal travelers to try their trip with Adventure Club Trek.
When I finally reached Everest Base Camp in the snowstorm, a dream has come true. I was sick and exhausted, close to be choppered down, but I made it. And I made it because I had great company and support. And I knew I was in the good hands of Birendra and his amazing team. Lovely people, friendly and always ready to help. Always ready to bring you another ginger tea, to carry your daypack or just talk and entertain. Everything was organised and taken care of. Our only job was to carry on trekking, taking one further step and one more... until we reached our destination.
It was an experience and a trip for a lifetime and I will definitely go back. Probably the most memorable moment was when I first saw Mt Everest from above Namche bazar. It was from a fair distance but it was spectacular.
I got to know more about the Nepalese culture, about the lovely Nepalese people and I fell in love with those mountains. I am looking forward to go back and join Birendra's group again. And I can only recommend to everyone who loves adventure and enjoys great company to do the same :)
Birendra and his team made this a superb two weeks. He and his guides created a wonderful family atmosphere. Everyone was friendly and happy to help and answer questions and queries. Birendra's knowledge of Nepalese history and culture was huge bonus. I felt safe at all times and confident in the team. Furthermore, Birendra looks after his team (guides and porters) well, so you can be sure they are well cared for on the trip - something which is of great importance to me. I throughly recommend Adventure Club Treks to anyone no matter what age or ability.
I have used this company twice so far and everything was good and worked out very well. They provide great service. First time when I went to the Everest b.c by myself I asked for a guide from them. Ram was good fun and helped in everything. Enjoyed his company. Plus I booked my rafting and chitwan N.Park trip through them. The price was really good, reasonable and all the service, hotels, accommodations, safari and rafting trip was an amazing adventure and worked out well.
2nd time I went with a group of people to Everest b.c and used their service. The company provided the same expected ,perfect service. The guides, porters were very friendly and provided great service. We felt very safe between their hands. Birendra the owner of the company and our main guide just proved how to do a great job, taken care all the time and dealt with the rescuing things very well. 4 people got sick (altitude) during the trek and he did a professional job (looked after people, arranged the helicopters and helped during rescuing) Definitely can recommend them to everyone.
London, United Kingdom
Thanks Adventure Club for this great trek to Everest Base Camp, everything went perfect and I had the time of my life! As a solo traveller, Adventure Club offered me to join a group to go to the Everest Base Camp so I could enjoy with more people and also reduce the cost of the trek. The services offered by our guides and porters was excellent, very professional people and also nice and fun to travel with. I felt safe and taken care all the time and any minor problem such as health issue (so normal up there) were dealt with great professionalism and care. I really enjoyed this trek and can absolutely recommend anyone to do a trek with Adventure Club.
Travelling solo I saw the value of having a guide for to do the Everest base Camp trek, and am very glad to have found Advernture Club.
I booked with the company before making the trip from Australia to Nepal and in the lead up the manager was happy to answer any questions I had. There are so so many treking/adventure companies when in Kathmandu, and after chatting to lots of other trekkers and their experiences, I can vouch that this is definately great value, a very safe (fully registered, insured, experienced staff) and reliable way to see the Himilayas.
A very professional company, they provided me with one of the greatest experiences of my life, and now one of my most treasured memories!!
I will definitely use them next time!
I travelled by myself to Nepal and I was lucky to find this company. They are totally reliable. The most important when you travel is to find people that work with tourism and you can fully trust on them. This is possible with this team. It is not necessary to say that I didn't have any problem, I went to Annapurna region 8 days, and then to the Everest Base Camp. Everything was perfect. And its owner is a special person. Take a time to sit and chat with him, he will, for sure, find the pefect tour and option for you.
Sao Paulo, SP
Flight Delay in Kathmandu and Lukla
The unpredictability of the weather in mountain areas directly affects the flights to and from Lukla. The Twin Otter planes that are used for transport from and to Lukla are reasonably reliable in good weather conditions. But, the flights may be delayed or canceled due to technical problems and extreme weather conditions.To ensure you stay on your schedule in case the Twin Otter flight cancels or delays too far, we can charter you a helicopter. While the helicopter can fly at the visibility of 15,000m, the Twin Otters require 5,000m visibility, according to Nepal Civil Aviation rules.
You can pay for the helicopter in US cash, credit cards or traveler’ cheques directly to our Kathmandu office. We provide a receipt for the payment which you can present to claim the amount back from your travel insurance company. Helicopter charges range from a minimum of US$500 to a maximum of US$2500. Also, we recommend you land in Kathmandu a day before we start the trek. You have enough time to buy trekking gears and beat off the jet lag. Having a few days extra left after your trek is also an excellent way to ensure you don’t miss your international flight in case of difficulties during the trek which might lengthen your trip. It also gives you a way to beat the flight cancellation to or from Lukla in case of severe weather.
Note: Your safety is of the utmost concern whilst you are traveling with Adventure Club Trek. We will make every effort possible to follow the original itinerary but we reserve the right to change that itinerary if a segment of it becomes a safety issue. Certain mountain regions are remote, natural disasters can happen, weather conditions can decline and there can be illness or an injury. To avoid dangerous situations we may occasionally have to make changes to the itinerary to ensure everyone’s safety. That having been said, Adventure Club Trek will strive to provide you with the best possible trekking experience and to keep your safety our number one priority. In case, the flight delay/cancellation happens at the start of the trip and it goes so long that it disturbs your onward travel schedule, you are free to choose an alternative trip: such a trek in the Annapurna, Langtang, or any other regions.
Prior to all the treks and expeditions, Adventure Club Trek hosts a pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu. The primary purpose of the meeting is to provide an opportunity for individuals to ask questions about the forthcoming trek and to introduce other team members. The meeting covers topics as diverse as personal equipment and acclimatization and usually involves a hike and some skills training. Pre-trip meeting is very important in order to have a better preparation of the trekking.
A typical day on a trek: Live the Experience in words:
A typical day on a trek organized by Adventure Club Trek will be exciting, informative, picturesque and lots of fun, of course! Our guides do not believe in hurrying the trekkers during the trip, they take a more leisurely approach which means you can take your time to enjoy the landscapes, take your photos and explore as much of the culture as you’d like. There are, of course, exceptions; times when guides have to hurry a team for safety reasons.
Trekking in the Himalaya is an experience like no other. Experienced, strong, qualified and friendly guides along with porters who carry your luggage make every day of this journey more pleasant for you. You have to carry your small regular daypack on trekking days. We start each day with a wake-up morning cup of tea. Then, we pack our bags and sit for a locally made wholesome breakfast before setting off for the trek.
We typically start the day’s hike around 7:00 am-8:00 am, depending on the nature of the day’s trek and duration. We sit for lunch after walking for 3-4 hours. We usually take the lunch break around midday and resume after an hour’s rest. The afternoon trek is usually 2-3 hours long meaning we reach our overnight stay before evening, so, we munch on extra dietary snacks until the dinner is ready. Once we have our dinner (around 6 pm) we are free to explore the splendor of adjacent locales.
Before going to bed, the group discusses their experience. Later, the guide will brief the group on the next day’s trip. If it is too early to go to bed for you, we can engage in some games and fun conversations. Most trekkers prefer playing cards, reading books or learning some Nepalese. We wake up and start the cycle again, refreshed for a new exploration.
The quoted costs are per person but don't include International flights if you are a single person and want to be in a group you can join our fixed departure schedule if the schedule dates are not suitable for you, please contact us, and we will be happy to customize our trips to suit your needs. If any individuals/group don't want to join our other group, we can comply with your wishes and requirements. We are ground operators Himalayan destinations and can arrange your trip to suit your dates and choices.
|Start Date||End Date||Availability||Price|
|January 19, 2019||February 01, 2019||Available||US$ 1239|
|January 22, 2019||February 04, 2019||Available||US$ 1239|
|January 25, 2019||February 07, 2019||Available||US$ 1239|
|January 28, 2019||February 10, 2019||Available||US$ 1239|
|January 31, 2019||February 13, 2019||Available||US$ 1239|