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EVEREST BASE CAMP TREKKING

The trekking route goes through alpine forests, through villages, and along the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers to a market town with a name that conjures up pictures of red cheeked Sherpa children and generations of mountain expeditions from around the world – Namche Bazaar. Here it is possible to trek to Khumjung Village to visit the school set up by Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to successfully summit Mount Everest in 1953. Of course, no one can climb alone, so the setting up of this school was one of the ways Sir Edmund gave back to the Sherpa community who continue today to be the backbone of any expedition to Everest.

What We Do

Luxurious Lodges

During our Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge trek, we can enjoy typical Nepali food, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, and Indian) from pizza and chips to apple pie.

Adventure

Though small in size, it is known in the world as a nation of color and contrasts-a hidden Shangri-La of nature, culture and adventure. In the countryside the way of life is still traditional, nature is at its best, high mountains.

Unique Experience

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Everest Base Camp Trek

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The price for our Everest Base Camp Trek includes virtually everything except the flight.

Minimum group size is 2 persons. We can extend the group up to 12 participants.

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Our Travel Tips

Use a Map

Looking like a tourist isn’t as bad as getting really lost and ending up in the wrong neighborhood.

Local Tourism Office

They can point you to free activities, special events happening during your stay, and everything in between.

Carry a Lock

They come in handy, especially when you stay in dorms and need to lock your stuff up.

History Book

You can’t understand a place’s present if you don’t know anything about its past. Read up on the destinations.

First-aid Kit

Accidents happen, so be prepared. I take with me bandaids, and ointments for cuts and scrapes.

Try new Food

Don’t ask what it is. Just put it in your mouth and see if you like it.

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