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Facts of the trip

Trip Code: EBCT-01
Trip Duration: 14 days
Max. Altitude: 5545m
Grade: Strenuous
Program Type: Trekking
Trek Start Point: Lukla
Trek End Point: Lukla
Accommodation: Teahouse / Camping
Meals: Breakfast, lunch , Dinner with tea/coffee
Mode of Travel: Flight/Land
Transportation: Car / Bus / Flight
Minimum Pax: 2+
Best season: March - June / September-November

 

Everest Region

Everest Base camp

Everest trekking: – Everest trekking region is one of the famous routes in Nepal. From this trekking routes, trekkers can observe Mount Everest. Mountain Everest is Earth’s highest mountain. Mount Everest as known as Sagarmatha in Nepali and Chomolungma in Tibetan.

Mountain Everest height is 8,848m from the sea level. Mount Everest lies in the Mahalangur Range. Everest region is surrounded a number of peaks like Lhotse, (27,940 feet/8,516 meters), Nuptse, (25,771 feet/7,855 meters), Khumbuche (6640m) Lho La (6000m)Thamserku (6862m) Ama Dablam (6812m) Tawache (7171m) Pumori (7171m) khanga(6685m) lighting (6695m) and Changtobse, (24,870 feet/7,580 meters), Number peak(6969m ), Karyolung(6396m),Island peak(6189m), etc.
People are living in the highlands region are certainly, Nepalese nevertheless their ancestor being of the Tibetan origin. Most of the people who live in a higher region in the Everest they look like Tibetans.
Everest region is everywhere higher altitudes region so that cannot Survive any wild animal life and vegetation but some wild animals inhabit in the Everest region are Musk deer, wild yak, red panda, snow leopard, and Himalayan black bears at lower altitudes Some vegetation can support in the higher region are birch; juniper, blue pines, firs, bamboo, and rhododendron grow in the lower areas. There are no plants above 3500 matters. Everest region we can find numbers of Himalayan thars, deer, and langur monkeys. Here are some mountain wild foxes, martens, and Himalayan wolves

Everest Trekking region through some rugged, natural beautiful terrain in the world. Everest Base Camp is overjoyed breathtaking views nevertheless some tallest peaks found on the world. why Everest base came famous for trekking? because Everest Base Camp trekking is joined with beautiful views. There are many peaceful, monasteries; cultures and traditions shrouded in mystery.

The Everest Base Camp trek is a classic trek which follows in the way of Tenzing & Hillary Airport from Lukla and ends with the way up to Kala Pattar for marvelous views of Everest.

Everest region by Geographically is a rugged rocky valley and alpine Tree forests. Some area is green Meadows in the Sherpa villages and some area is glaciers and ice falls. Everest region trail is taking you into some most dramatic landscapes. Everest region trekking is once in a lifetime, therefore, it is an opportunity to observe the most magnificent scenery that you can imagine in your whole life.

 

 


Day 01: Kathmandu to Lukla (2830m.) to Phakding (2,652m.)

Day 02: Phakding to Namchebazar (3,446m.)

Day 03: Rest at Namche Bazaar

Day 04: Namche Bazaar to Thyangboche (3,897m.)

Day 05: Thyangboche to Pheriche (4,252m.)

Day 06: Pheriche to Lobuche( 4,930m.)

Day 07: Lobuche to Kala Patter(5,545m.) to Gorakshep(5,151m.)

Day 08: Gorakshep to Everest Base camp and back to Lobuche

Day 09: Lobuche to Dingboche.

Day 10: Dingboche to Thyangboche.

Day 11: Thyangboche to Namche Bazar.

Day 12: Namche Bazar to Phakding .

Day 13: Phakding to Lukla.

Day 14: Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 01:- Kathmandu (1350m) to Lukla (2850) to Phakding (2650m):- Fly from Kathmandu domestic airport to Lukla about 30 minutes then meet all the trekking assistance in Lukla have tea, coffee in the hotel and make all the backpacking and continue trek to Phakding about 3 hrs. The trekking route is a small ridge from where one goes to the Surke and pass below to Chaurikharka. We pass to the field and keep continue to the Thodokoshi about 2 hrs. When we reach Thadokoshi and have lunch. After lunch keep continues the phakding about 1:30 minutes. Stay overnight in Phakding at the teahouse lodge.
Day 02:- Phakding to Namche Bazar (3535): about 5 hours. After breakfast start walking, today we are walking so beautiful area through marvelous Rhododendron, Magnolia and Fir forest and several Sherpa villages offer welcome teashops and increase of snow peak of Mountain views and finally, we reach Namche Bazar. Namche Bazar is the main touristic area in the Khumbu region and also main shopping center so after lunch surrounding the market area and stay overnight at Namche Bazar in the lodge.
Day 03: Namche Bazar: – Rest day for acclimatization. After breakfast climb up to Sherpa museum and see the Mountain Everest, Lhotse, Lhotse Shahar, Ama Dablam surrounded Syangboche, Khumjung and to Namche stay overnight at same hotel.
Day 04:- Namche Bazar to Tyangboche (3963m) or Debuche (3650m):- After breakfast start continues trekking lead to Fungi Thenga about 3 hrs lunch at Phungithenga. After lunch climbing up another 2:30 minutes and reaches to Tengboche. From Tengboche, if the good weather we are able to see Mountain Everest, Lhotse, Lhotse Shahar, Ama dablam, Thamserku and many show peaks. Visit Tengboche Buddhist monastery with your guide and descend about 25 minutes to reaches Debuche. Stay Overnight at Debuche in the teahouse.
Day 05:- Debuche to Pheriche (4200m) about 6 hrs including the lunch:- After breakfast, we continue our trekking we following the Dudhkoshi river about 1 hrs and cross the suspensive bridge and start to up about 1 hrs and reach Pangboche. Pangboche village where what is we can see the Yeti head in the monastery rest couple of minutes and with tea, coffee and continue toward Somare (4100m) lunch at Somare. After Lunch, it is not easy to walk route because after 1200 this area is windy to continue to Pheriche about 2 hrs. Stay overnight at Pheriche in the teahouse.
Day 06:- Pheriche rest day for acclimatization:- After breakfast climb to the Thatcher peak about 2-3 hrs to make acclimatization and after 3 o clock you can go to a hospital to lesson acclimatization speech. before 3 ‘o’ clock there is speech every day by Doctor.
Day 07:- Pheriche to Lobuche (4900m):- After breakfast start the trek for Labuche we continue to follow the Pheriche valley 1:30 hrs and start to climb continue Thukla about 2 hrs and we have our lunch in Thukla. After lunch continues to climb the Thukla pass about 1:30 hrs. reach on the top up Thukla pass there is much memory of people who die in the Everest. Thukla pass to Labuche is gradual up about 1 hrs. Stay overnight at Labuche in the teahouse lodge.
Day 08:- Labuche to Gorakshpe (5100m):- After breakfast, the trail goes to the Labuche pass its take about 2 hrs. After Labuche pass the trail is gradual up then we following glacier to Gorakshep about 2 hrs. This part is providing for all the tourist marvelous views of Everest, Pumori, Lola, Kalpather, and Everest Base Camp. After reaching Gorakshep and check in the hotel and lunch. After Lunch goes to Everest Base Camp and back to the Gorakshep. Stay overnight at Gorekshep in the teahouse.

Day 09:-Gorakshep to Kalapather and back to Lobuche: Everest Base Camp is the main camp for the Mountaineers situated at the elevation of 5,364 meters. The Trekkers feel very happy to reach there as it makes them a lifetime memories for their adventurous fulfillment.
Day 10:- Gprakshep to Dingboche about 6 hrs descending then stay overnight at the teahouse.
Day 11:- Dingboche to Namche Bazar descending till Pangboche and cross the Dudkoshi river and lunch in the Devuche after lunch ascending about 45 minutes till to the Tengboche after down to phungithanga about 1:45 and cross the again Dudkoshi rive and start to climbing 1 hrs reach to the Kyanjungma after Kyanjumna to Namche is gradually flat about 2 hrs. Stay overnight at the Lodge in Namche.
Day 12:- Namche Bazar to Phakding: – after breakfast start to descending about 1 hrs to a dhud Koshi river and cross the suspense bridge. Dudhkoshi River to Jorselle is about 1 hrs follow the riverside of Dudh Koshi and reach Jorselle before Jonelle also we need to cross again the suspensive Dhud Dhudh Koshi bridge and reach to Jonelle there has tea, coffee and continue to the Namche Bazaar. After tea, coffee accents a few minutes and cross the bridge of Dhudkoshi and start to up till national park office at Monju village than all the up and down about 2:30 reach to Phakding. Stay overnight phakding in the teahouse.
Day 13:- Phakding to Lukla about 3 hrs slowly walking distance.
Day 14:- From Lukla to Kathmandu approximately 30 minutes about the flight. From Kathmandu, domestic airport transfer to the hotel and day time is rest and visit Thamel area for a souvenir to your family.

Day 15:- From hotel to Tribhuvan international airport: – today is free or last minute you have few hour special shopping for your relatives. If you have more time you can do some shopping or sightseeing then we will drop you to the International airport to catch your flight back to your home and wish for your Safe journey.

 

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Your Program Duration = 14 days Days
All the Prices are in GBP (£) Per Person.

Cost Include

          Cost Included

  • All airport, hotel airport  transfers
    • National Park permit & TIMS permit ( Trekking Information Management System)
    • Flight fare from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
    • Accommodation in the tea house,food,  Tea/coffee during trek
    • Guide:- including salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
    • Porter:- including salary, insurance, equipment, food and lodging
    • For guest:-Down jacket, Good sleeping bag (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
    • All government and local taxes

Cost Exclude

Cost Is Not Included

• Food in Kathmandu ( Lunch & Dinner)
• Bakery food during the trek
• Nepal Visa fee
• International airfare from your country to Kathmandu and from Kathmandu
• Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu
• Travel and rescue insurance if guest get mountain sickness and need to rescue helicopter.
• Personal expenses example (phone calls, laundry service , bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Tips for guide and porters

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  • Dammaru Niraula was our guide and confidant for our recent visit to Nepal. We went on a humanitarian visit to build a hothouse in the village of Phortse in the Khumbu region of Nepal but also included some trekking on a personal level before and after our project. Dammaru was a vital link in getting the project off the ground and…

    Testimonial from Bell Howse with hothouse group  Australia
    • Testimonial from Bell Howse with hothouse group Australia
  • Dammaru Niraula Trekking Guide Trip Leader I have had an association with Dammaru over the last three years. My first trek with Dammaru was to the Solu Khumbu region where he tailored a trek to suit our request to climb some remote passes and stay off the main tourist routes where possible. His knowledge of the area was very impressive and his attention to our safety was always his major concern. The second trek I did with Dammaru two years…

    Ian Thwaity with hothouse group Australia
    • Ian Thwaity with hothouse group Australia
    • Australia
  • Dear Dammaru I have been trekking to Ghorepani poon hill on Jan 07 for 6 days with Mr. Dammaru. Poonhill is so beautiful, so all I can do is just taking pictures on poon hill. If you were planning to trek in Nepal, I…

    Testimonial from Hajime / Tokyo.
    • Testimonial from Hajime / Tokyo.
    • Japan
  • I was a member of a group of nine friends from Northamptonshire in 204 from the UK, on a trek of the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. Apart from one member, we were all approaching or over the age of 60 and were all well aware of the difficulties we could encounter at Thorong La which sits at an altitude of 5,416 meters (17,769…

    Philip Pomeroy  Holcot, Northamptonshire, UK.
    • Philip Pomeroy Holcot, Northamptonshire, UK.
    • British
  • My husband and I embarked on a trip to Nepal in October 2006. We were hoping to avoid the large tour groups and were referred to Himalayan Holidays based in Kathmandu as a provider of customized tours. We had looked on the net to determine the tour we wanted to undertake and spoke to many people and eventually decided 6-day on Ghorepani Poon…

    Peter Smith & Jane Fairlie  South Australia
    • Peter Smith & Jane Fairlie South Australia
    • Australia
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  • Dammaru Niraula was our guide and confidant for our recent visit to Nepal. We went on a humanitarian visit to build a hothouse in the village of Phortse in the Khumbu region of Nepal but also included some trekking on a personal level before and after our project. Dammaru was a vital link in getting the project off the ground and then as a support person in Nepal before, during and after. He completed the following tasks with the utmost professionalism and patience. Arranged transfer of a large number of funds from Australian bank account to Nepalese bank account. Communications with the village before we arrived to ensure the walls were built. Organized our itinerary and necessary bookings for the trekking part of our journey for 8 adults. Once we arrived in Nepal he then assisted us in purchasing all the gear we needed for the finishing of the hothouse. e.g. Polycarbonate roof sheeting and the many other bits of hardware necessary. Transport of the roofing etc to Phortse village via helicopter, plane, yak, and porter. As well as being a part of the project Dammaru also was our trekking guide for the duration of our trip of 5 weeks. He organized everything for us from the hotel, in Kathmandu and everything in between our trek to base camp. He is honest, reliable and always puts the customer first. I would have no hesitation in recommending Dammaru to anyone who is considering a trip to Nepal.

    Testimonial from Bell Howse with hothouse group  Australia
    • Testimonial from Bell Howse with hothouse group Australia
  • Dammaru Niraula Trekking Guide Trip Leader I have had an association with Dammaru over the last three years. My first trek with Dammaru was to the Solu Khumbu region where he tailored a trek to suit our request to climb some remote passes and stay off the main tourist routes where possible. His knowledge of the area was very impressive and his attention to our safety was always his major concern. The second trek I did with Dammaru two years later. This trip was the culmination of a long term project to build hothouses in a village deep into the Solu Khumbu region. www.himalyanhothouse.org To complete this project Dammaru had a pivotal role in developing contacts, sourcing materials helping to manage the project finances. During the preparations for the Hothouse project, we found Dammaru to be honest, prompt and very hardworking. He also showed a great understanding of our requests and needs for the project to be successful. During the trek, itself Dammaru co-ordinated seven of our group and six porters as well as an extra climbing guide. He also acted as a very effective interpreter and liaison with the people of the village of Phortse. On a personal level, Dammaru is the most genuine man with a big heart. He shared the passion for our project and its humanitarian ideals. Once again our safety during the whole trek was his main concern. A phrase often used by Dammaru sums up his professional work ethic. Service is most important. I would not hesitate to recommend the services of Dammaru Niraula if you plan to undertake a trek or similar activity in Nepal.
    Ian Thwaity with hothouse group Australia
    • Ian Thwaity with hothouse group Australia
    • Australia
  • Dear Dammaru I have been trekking to Ghorepani poon hill on Jan 07 for 6 days with Mr. Dammaru. Poonhill is so beautiful, so all I can do is just taking pictures on poon hill. If you were planning to trek in Nepal, I would recommend you as one choice. His personality and professional guide skill makes me fun of Trekking and Nepal. so I am planning to go to Nepal again this August. He may meet all demand of you request on your trekking trip even though you join in the big group.  Because he has more over 10 years experience of  trekking guide for Many English and Japanese speaker. Actually, I have never met such a good Japanese speaker guide and I had no chance to speak in English with him. I can recommend him to all people who need great experience guide with English or Japanese. so you can get satisfaction for a great guide. Very Thanks,
    Testimonial from Hajime / Tokyo.
    • Testimonial from Hajime / Tokyo.
    • Japan
  • I was a member of a group of nine friends from Northamptonshire in 204 from the UK, on a trek of the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. Apart from one member, we were all approaching or over the age of 60 and were all well aware of the difficulties we could encounter at Thorong La which sits at an altitude of 5,416 meters (17,769 feet). Our group was led by Dammaru Niraula and we were most impressed by his leadership qualities. He introduced us gently to the lower altitudes and gradually encouraged us on longer and more arduous days of trekking. At Manang, he encouraged us to take a day trek up the lower slopes of Gangapurna and Annapurna III (see my photo below) and afterward to attend an altitude safety lecture in Manang. We are all convinced that, without his careful attention to altitude safety, we would not all have completed the trek over Thorong La and some of us at least would have joined the many trekkers who are forced to descend suffering from altitude sickness. We will always be eternally grateful to Dammaru and his team of Sherpas. Like many Nepalese, Dammaru has a very quiet and gentle nature with a keen sense of humor and fun. At first, he appears to be shy and reserved but is constantly attending to the needs of his guests, assessing their temperaments and abilities and adjusting the itinerary accordingly. After a few days in his care, you come to realize that you are in the hands of an experienced, competent and understanding mountain guide. I can recommend him too highly and know that he will continue to offer excellent trekking facilities in the Himalayas.
    Philip Pomeroy  Holcot, Northamptonshire, UK.
    • Philip Pomeroy Holcot, Northamptonshire, UK.
    • British
  • My husband and I embarked on a trip to Nepal in October 2006. We were hoping to avoid the large tour groups and were referred to Himalayan Holidays based in Kathmandu as a provider of customized tours. We had looked on the net to determine the tour we wanted to undertake and spoke to many people and eventually decided 6-day on Ghorepani Poon Hill trek. We live in a plain and therefore training for the trek was a challenge in itself. We spent our weekends climbing up and down a 700metre high hill that was regarded as sufficiently steep for our training needs. However, we were unsure of what to expect in Nepal and were concerned about our levels of fitness for the trek that we had in mind. We were introduced to our guide, Dammaru at the hotel we were staying in Kathmandu and our anxieties were quickly alleviated. This diminutive gentleman exuded confidence and assured us that he was able to accommodate our individual fitness levels and ensure that our time in his country was hassle free. And indeed he did! Without it being particularly noticeable, Dammaru controlled the tempo of our daily treks in order that the enjoyment factor always exceeded any physical discomfort. His relationship with the locals was both real & genuine which meant we never felt like intruders or uncomfortable in their presence. Dammaru's keen negotiation skills with the local tea house proprietors' meant the delay between arriving & unwinding from the challenges of our daily treks was minimal with the accommodation always being appropriate to our needs. His professionalism was faultless. He provided us with a wealth of information on all aspects of the history, culture, flora, and fauna of this remarkable country. Not only was he a fantastic guide, but his cheeky grin and sense of humor ensured Dammaru to be a fantastic traveling companion. Our dealings with Dammaru exceeded all expectations and we hope to make a return visit to this stunningly beautiful country.

    Peter Smith & Jane Fairlie  South Australia
    • Peter Smith & Jane Fairlie South Australia
    • Australia
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