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Everest Base Camp Trek

Walking on the lap of the Great Himalayas with the crystal clear view of majestic mountains just in front of your eyes is possible only in the Everest Region. Everest base camp trek is one of the most awe inspiring popular trekking trail of Nepal in the world. It is one of the outstanding destinations for adventure trekking and offers the best opportunity to gain the Himalayan experience. It is designed to fulfill the dream of many trekkers of experiencing the historic route to base of the world’s highest mountain The trek along the Everest Base Camp is not only a trek to the Everest Region but also a great opportunity to capture the incredible beauties of Everest region and the view point called Kalapathar (5,550m). You can have spectacular view of world’s highest mountain Mt Everest (8848m) along with other eights thousanders including Mt. Lhotse , Mt Makalu and Mt Cho Oyu from the Everest base camp but for the best view of these mountains you have to climb up little to Kalapathhar. Along with the mountain views, this trek also helps you to know about the living style of the world famous, successful and bravest climbers- The Sherpas. On the other hand, you can spend some time in Sagarmatha National Park watching the beautiful floras and faunas protected in the national park. The trek does not end up here; you can furthermore visit the local villages, many monasteries, enjoy the peculiar landscapes and the hospitality of Sherpas.

Our journey starts with scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla to the base camp via forest of rhododendron, through the heartland of the Sherpa community. In the Everest region, there is a hospital located Khunde and health post at Pheriche. Doctors are available for the first aid treatment. Everest base camp trek is medium-hard class. This trek might be troublesome for some of the tourist because of its high altitude. You should be fit in order to have good experience of this trek. It can be quite strenuous at times as you have to walk for an average of six hours every day. However, the presence of tea houses along the route gives us time for refreshments and rest. On this tea house treks, our guide will make all your food and accommodation arrangements. With our assistance you can reach the Everest Base Camp after seven days of walking. Everest base camp trek is known as world highest peak region trekking. We have to be flexible in time as there may be delay in flight due to weather in some cases. So it will be better if we keep 1 or 2 days extra in our itinerary.

Food: Included
Country: Nepal
Transfer: Included
Best Deal:
Yes
Airport: Kathmandu
Registered Member of Tourism board of: Yes
Testimonials (Website,TripAdvisor, etc.): Yes
Link to reviews: http://glorioushimalaya.com/company-information/reviews/
Guide Languages:
English
German
French
Spanish
Experience Level: Moderate
Tour operator name: Glorious Himalaya Trekking Pvt. Ltd.
Min group size: 1
Max group size: 18
Duration: 15
Provided Accommodation: Hotel
Included in service: Kathmandu hotels, airport pick up and drop off, Experienced English speaking trekking guide, supporting porters, Full board meals, lodges accommodation during the trek, Trekking permits and fees, both way domestic airfares, Medical kit box, Farewell dinner.
Not included in Service: international airfare, Nepal visa, alcohol, mineral bottle water,
Equipment to bring: Down jacket, Sleeping bag, water bottle, camera, hiking stick, fleece jacket, toursers, T-shirts, hiking boots, water purification tablets, towel, pairs of thick socks, sun glass, sun burn cream,
Recommended Season:
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter
Guaranteed departure dates: We can organize this Everest Base Camp Trip in an any dates as per your timetable. Just let us know your vacation dates.
Remarks: If you have any further questions you can write us email at info@glorioushimalaya.com
Terms and Conditions: Please see our terms and condition here http://glorioushimalaya.com/company-information/terms-and-conditions/
Listing created Aug 19, 2016

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