Everest Base Camp Trekking

Trip Information
  • Duration15 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Altitude 5,364m
  • Trip Type Group Join/Private
  • Start/End Kathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Best Time Mar-May and Sep-Nov

Everest Base Camp Trek is an unbelievable experience that will introduce you to stunning views of the highest mountains in the Himalayas, including Everest and Ama Dablam. Everest Base Camp Trekking is defined as The Giant of Giants. This is also among the classic treks of the world. Since Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay summitted Everest in 1953, many trekkers have visited The Land of the Sherpa, resulting in this trail evolving into one of the most popular trekking destinations in the world today. It offers so much more than trekking through an extraordinary landscape with Himalayan views. It’s a cultural and spiritual adventure as well. It has the potential to be life-changing. One of the considerable highlights of Everest Base Camp Trekking is Sagarmatha National Park, a UNISCO World Heritage site, Which is famous for Himalayan flora and fauna including musk deer, Derow, Ghoral and Himalayan Thar as well as red-billed chough, impheyan pheasant, blood pheasant and yellow-billed chough. The Himalayan flora here shelters these birds and wildlife.

Best Season in Nepal

The trek commences with a sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, UNESCO World Heritage site, a cultural, religious and historical sites visit and then an exciting flight to the mountain airstrip takes us to Lukla from Kathmandu. The airport at Lukla was built by Edmund Hillary and he named it the Tenzing Hillary Airport after himself and his famous Sherpa guide. From there, we will follow in the footprints of famous mountaineers for the walk into Everest Base Camp. You will see colorful prayer flags and a number of monasteries along the way, as you will find yourself in the middle of the Buddhist Sherpa country.

Altitude Sickness

The entire Everest Base Camp Trekking has been planned in a way that it includes sufficient time for the essential altitude acclimatization. This means spending a day climbing high then coming back down to sleep. We want you to succeed on this trek so all precautions are taken by our experienced crew to minimize the risk of suffering from altitude sickness. This sickness can severely impact on your trekking experience.

Our route to Everest Base Camp Trekking will guide you through beautiful Sherpa villages in the Khumbu region (also known as Everest region). Namche Bazaar is the colorful and vibrant heart of Sherpa country. The trek will also give you an opportunity to visit the main monasteries at Tengboche and Pangboche. Further, the trail through Sagarmatha National Park will be an astonishing experience.  The highlight of this trekking itinerary will be the walk up to the top of Kala Patthar – from there you can get spectacular panoramic views of the famous mountains – Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.

The Everest Base Camp Trekking trails through some of the most fabulous scenery and through small villages, giving you a strong sense of how the local peoples have adapted to life in this unique part of the world. This entire trek will give you limitless photographic* opportunities as well as be inspiring Himalayan views, you will experience Khumbu Glacier, junipers and alpine scrub of the Sherpa region, and rhododendron forests of the beautiful valleys.


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Namaste! Info Nepal Treks and Expedition heartily welcomes you to the city of temples – Kathmandu. We will meet you at Tribhuvan International Airport. Our office representative will be there holding placard on which either client’s or company's name will be printed just opposite of the arrival and after your reception, we will drive to the hotel. After your arrival at the hotel, we fix the schedule for a short orientation meeting which gives you some general information about the trip and you will settle the rest of the due payment at the same time. For this, you have to be with 3 P.P. size photographs, a copy of passport and copy of travel insurance.

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Altitude:1300m

This is the day visiting to Tour in Kathmandu is a tour of the valley which is a visit to UNESCO World Heritage sites including historical, religious and cultural importance. The sites consist of Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple), Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath stupa. The valley is prominently known as a live museum of age-old culture, history, and civilization. Even the tourist can have historical, cultural and religious insight from 200 years back. , the tour commences after your breakfast. You will have lunch during the visit and the tour ends at around 4 in the afternoon. Some of the sites were destroyed by the April Earthquake and now they are being renovated. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Altitude:1300m
  • Time:5-6 Hours Walking

After an early breakfast, our guide will come to receive you at the hotel and we drive to the airport to catch a flight to Lukla. The flight takes around 30 minutes and offers stunning views of Nepal’s mountainous landscape. In Lukla, you will meet your porter and the trekking begins. Phakding is our destination today and can take three to four hours. From the beginning, you will experience rhododendron forests and views of snow-capped peaks. Overnight at Phakding

  • Accommodation:Tea House
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Altitude:2,651m/8,700ft
  • Time:3-6 Hours Trek

We follow the Dudh Kosi, ascending through Himalayan pine and Deodar cedar forests, to the celebrated village of Namche Bazaar. This village is a historical trading post where Nepalese and Tibetan traders exchange salt, dried meat and textiles. Besides being a superb place to shop for traditional crafts, Namche remains the central trading post in the Khumbu, attracting Himalayan and lowland merchants. On the hike, we capture our first glimpses of Everest and neighbouring peaks. Overnight at Namche Bazaar

    We climb Hotel Everest View Early in the morning to capture sunrise and mountain views. This claim takes around half an hour. We celebrate astonishing sunrise and mountain views including Mt. Everest. Also, we see beautiful Khumjung village and get back to Namche Bazaar. Today is a kind of leisure day with a purpose. It is essential that you prepare your body for the low-oxygen environment that exists at higher altitudes. Altitude sickness can not only impact on your trekking comfort, but it can also stop you from trekking any further. We want you to succeed on this trek so we include these ‘acclimatization days’ into the itinerary to prepare you for high altitude.

    You can visit Sagarmatha National Park today. The park shelters different species of animals and, if lucky enough, you will get a chance to see snow leopards, Himalayan black bears, Himalayan Thars (native mountain goat), musk deer and blue sheep among others. It is reported that more than 170 species of birds are found here including Himalayan pheasant known as Danphe. Danphe is the national bird of Nepal. Overnight at Namche Bazaar

      The flat and easy trail leads towards the view of Mount Everest, then descends into the Dudh Kosi Valley at Pungki Thanka. From here it ascends to Tengboche Monastery (3860m), the spiritual centre of the Khumbu region. This monastery is the largest in the Khumbu Region and enshrines a Yeti skull as well as a statue of Lord Buddha. The climb up to Tengboche is long but you get rewarding views of the distinctive Mount Ama Dablam and on a clear day view of Mount Everest and its surrounding peaks. Overnight at guesthouse, inclusive of full Overnight at Tengboche

        Today we descend through a beautiful forest, then cross the Imja Khola before trekking through the village of Pangboche. We don’t lose altitude today as we do on other days and you will enjoy views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and other peaks. The route continues through pastures to Dingboche – known as the 'summer valley. Overnight stay at Dingboche.

          Despite being the rest day we will be visiting the beautiful Dingboche Monastery today. We will then hike up to the Sherpa village of Chhukung. The main purpose of visiting here is to get stunning views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Tawache and Everest. After spending some time here we go back to Dingboche.  Overnight at Dingboche.

            Today we trek along a broad valley floor to Dughla, passing through the Trekkers Aid Post at Pheriche. The aid post is staffed by western volunteer doctors and supported by the Himalayan Rescue Association, which offers treatment and consultation to trekkers. Continue up the valley, gaining altitude and views of Tawache and Cholaste. We come out of the valley to descend to the yak pastures of Lobuche.  Overnight at Lobuche.

              Today is a big day. After a short climb through meadows, we look down on the Khumbu Glacier. Straight ahead is Kala Patthar – the best vantage point to view the entire south face of Everest and the surrounding peaks. After a couple of hours, we reach Gorak Shep before continuing our journey to Everest Base camp. There is not much elevation gain but there is a lot of up and down because you are walking on the Khumbu Glacier. Combined with altitude, this hike can be tiring. After about three hours you will arrive at Base Camp where Everest expeditions gather to start and finish their Everest ascent during the climbing season. Enjoy the views of the Khumbu Icefall. After spending some time here we hike back to Gorakshep.  Overnight in Gorakshep.

                The day starts with a hike up Kala Patthar (5,545m), which is one of the best places to view Everest and the spectacular Himalayan range. Then we trek back to Gorak Shep for hot breakfast before descending into Pheriche via the temporary settlement of Phulung Karpo. Overnight at Pheriche.

                  Today starts with some easy hiking along the Imja Khola, followed by a short climb to Tengboche, descent into Pungki Thanka, then onto Kyangjuma. After breakfast, we descend through Orsho to arrive at the lower part of Pangboche. Then further down in Dingboche. Crossing Phunkitenga and Trashinga, we arrive at Shanasa where we lunch a further couple of hours of walking bring us to Namche Bazaar. Overnight at Namche Bazaar.

                    Today is not a difficult day. We will walk ‘ukalo’ and ‘oralo’ which means up and down. We cross Bhote Koshi River and arrive at Jorsale, then Monjo by noon. We further descend along Dudh Koshi River to get to Lukla. Overnight at Lukla.

                      After an early breakfast, we fly to Kathmandu.  If you arrive Kathmandu earlier, you will have plenty of time to explore more of Kathmandu or simply search for gifts and souvenirs.

                      In the evening, you will enjoy farewell dinner and exchange your experience of the entire trip with us. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

                        Today we say farewell. If you are flying out today, we will take you to the airport. Or you may choose to explore more of Nepal. If you do choose to do some more exploring here, talk to us. We can help you. Thank you for choosing Info Nepal Treks and Expedition to travel with and we look forward to seeing you again.

                        Important Note: If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, we can customize the itinerary according to your need or requirements.

                          Route Map

                          Everest Base Camp Trekking Map

                          Cost Details

                          Cost Includes
                          • Airport pick up and drop in a private vehicle.
                          • City sightseeing with a private vehicle.
                          • Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu Flight Ticket
                          • Three-night accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast.
                          • Teahouse accommodation during the trek.
                          • English speaking Government License holder Trekking Guide.
                          • Trekking Permit, TIMS, and conservation Area Permit fee.
                          • Trekking Porters (2 clients = 1 Porter).
                          • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner with Breakfast hot drinks during treks.
                          • First Aid Kit and Trekking Duffel Bag for Porters.
                          • All necessary land transport by tourist vehicles.
                          • Nepali staff salary, food, accommodation, Insurance, and equipment charge.
                          • Sleeping Bags and Down Jacket (to be returned after trek).
                          • Government Taxes and paperwork.
                          • Farewell Dinner.
                          Cost Excludes
                          • International airfare and Nepal Visa Fee.
                          • Personal expenses:(Laundry,battery charge,phone calls,wifi,shower,extra porters etc.).
                          • Beverage. 
                          • Temple/Monastery entrance fees.
                          • Travel Insurance and rescue flights.
                          • Late arrival and late departure extra night.
                          • Tips to guide and porter.

                          Useful Info

                          Equipment List

                          • Trekking Pole
                          • Down Jacket


                          • Of course, it does. Depending upon the type of trekking you chose you apply your effort. For instance, if you chose peak climbing then it definitely requires endurance where as easy trek like Poon-Hill needs less stamina.

                          • Outside the arrivals hall there will be a large group of people, individuals and agents from many companies. Do not be hassled by these people. Stop and look carefully for your name. Our airport representative will holding your name and escorted you to the car and takes you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

                            Tourists are routinely hassled by unnecessary people very meticulously at the Kathmandu International airport. Ignore the mass of men running up to you to help you for carrying your luggage; actually they are forcing you to give TIPS for their help at the end. So, don’t care to these people and walk out the doors with our airport representative. Just keep walking to the car with our representative. Take care all of your baggage and don’t let them touch your belongings.

                            In case you don not find our representative, you can make a call to +977-9841396817, +977-014701264 installing local sim cards either NTC or NCELL or ask help to the customer service desk. If it doesn’t work yet, then take a prepaid taxi directly telling them the name and the location of the company or hotel you use.

                          • It is very cheap destination of the world.

                          • Here are the lists of the equipment and gears. You can hire almost all of them in Nepal and this is cheap for you.

                            • Four season sleeping bag
                            • Duffle bag
                            • Down Jacket
                            • Full sleeve T-shirt 2 pieces
                            • Light weight expedition thermal tops
                            • Fleece or pullover jacket
                            • Wind stopper
                            • Water proof shell jacket
                            • A pair of synthetic sports bra for women (not cotton)
                            • Beanie like woolen hat covering ear
                            • Woolen neck warmer
                            • Sun glass—100 per cent UV protecting
                            • Sunscream of 40 spf
                            • Lip balm of 20 spf
                            • A pair of liner gloves (synthetic or woolen). It can be used as a layer inside other glove
                            • A pair of warm gloves (heavier)
                            • A pair of shell gloves
                            • A pair of hiking shorts—nylon (quick drying type)
                            • Four pieces of underwear—synthetic
                            • Two pairs of long underwear—synthetic
                            • A pair of smooth shell pants preferably full zips from top to bottom
                            • Four trekking pants with zip on knees
                            • A pair of hard shell pant (water proof and should zip from top to bottom)
                            • A pair of jeans or cotton pants
                            • Synthetic made liner socks—4 pairs
                            • Heavy weight socks—3 pairs
                            • Light weight socks—a pair
                            • A pair of medium or light weight trekking boots
                            • A pair of light trekking sneakers
                            • To keep dust and pebbles out of shoes we also suggest a pair of trekking gaiters
                            • A pair of sandals
                            • A pair of steel made crampons
                            • A piece of mountaineering axe matching the height of your body
                            • Two pieces of D-shaped locking carabiners
                            • Two non-locking carabiners
                            • A pair of expedition gaiters
                            • A neck gaiter
                            • Head lamp of good quality
                            • Extra batteries (Lithium batteries for long lasting functioning)
                            • A pair of poles with cord (good quality)
                            • Swiss knife
                            • Binoculars
                            • Camera with lens
                            • Books
                            • Mobile charger
                            • Chocolates etc
                          • The required information are:

                            • Valid Passport with photographs
                            • Your arrival Date/Airline number and time 
                            • Your departure date and time etc.
                          • Yes, you do. But it is suggested to carry water purifier.

                          • You will get normal food like rice, pulse, vegetables, chicken and pickle in a platter. You will also get good breakfast. Foods are healthy, organic and hygienic.

                          • Yes, you can but at least before 15 days of your scheduled trek. But for minor changes we can adjust it.

                          • Yes, it is.

                          • Fitness is always good my dear! Besides easy trek, we suggest you to get physically for other grades of trekking.

                          • Well, we recommend you Upper Dolpo and Upper Mustang Trek at this time around. Monsoon is peak at this time and these are rain shaded areas where you can visit despite rainy season.

                          • We extend all the activities related with tour/trek like yoga tour, meditation tour, jungle safari, white water rafting, volunteer tourism, medical tour, cultural tour, festival tour, event based tour, bird watching tour and many more. When is the best time to travel Nepal? March to second week of May and September to November is the best time to schedule Nepal.

                          • Trekking grades are the measuring rod of the trekking trail which will let you know how hard or easy is the trail. There are normally five types of trekking trails namely easy, moderate, moderate and strenuous, strenuous and very strenuous.

                            Easy: Simple trekking is categorized under easy trekking. Everyone can do it. Even family with kids can try this trekking. Kathmandu Rim Trek, NagarkotChisapani Trek, Ghorepani-PoonHill are listed under this grade.

                            Moderate: This type of trek demands bit stamina. Fit people can easily try this type of trekking. Annapurna Circuit Trek, Limi Valley Trek, Rara Trek are its some of its examples.

                            Moderate and strenuous: It is physical type of trekking that requires stamina and physical endurance. Age sometime appears to be mighty factor in this type of trek. Everest Base Camp Trek is the best example of this type of trek.

                            Strenuous: Few peaks climbing along with Dhaulagiri Trek is categorized under this category.

                            Very Strenuous: All expedition like climbing Mount Everest, AmaDablam and others are listed under this grade. You have to be acutely physical fit for this type of trekking.

                          • We can arrange both types of trekking—camping and teahouse. Please check query number 13 to know about camping and teahouse trek.

                          • Normally, you will walk for around five to six hours every day.

                          • No worries as you have booked trekking with agency like mine. The guide with you is not just a person who shows you track and tell you about the local culture and tradition. He is somebody who will help you with medical assistance as he is good at first aid service and this what they learn as a trekking guide. If you are really in bad condition then also you do not need to worry because he will be in constant touch with us (agency). If you require evacuation then also you will be evacuated on time by helicopter.

                          • Info Nepal Treks & Expedition is a renowned name in the field of hospitality sector—trek and tour. The organization is in the sector since more than one and half decade. We pride on our service and due to this we are able to retain more than 90 per cent of our guests and receive around 80 per cent guests from recommendation made by existing guests. The organization has been focusing on assigning local guide to guest so that they may get real world information. Being a local of the concerned trekking area they are good at delivering facts. We can provide guide as per your language requirement. Our guides are insured too.

                          • Better you ask why not trekking in Nepal? There are more than 1,600 peaks here including Mount Everest—tallest peak of the world towering at an altitude of 8,848m. Similarly, out of 14 peaks of over 8,000m eight are in Nepal. You find hundreds of trekking trail in this land of Himalayas. Moreover, there are more than 100 ethnic groups here who speak around 120 different languages and each ethnic group has its own unique language and culture. The temples, gompas, natural beauty, flora and fauna, culture and traditions and many more things attract you here for trekking.

                          • It is must my dear. This will make your trekking easy and if anything goes wrong with you then the agency will be at the back of you for your help. Without them your trekking will be a mess. Trust me! Moreover, they will assist you with guide, porter, equipment, flight tickets, bus tickets, gears and many more. Why not go with agency! After all, you are here for enjoyment not to regret. And, do not forget that agency will help you if you are clutched by altitude sickness. They will evacuate you from the mountain by sending helicopter.

                          • Trekking and Hiking are interchangeably used in Nepal. It means traveling in foot in remote areas where you will spend night either camping or in teahouse.

                            Difference between camping and teahouse trekking:

                            Camping Trek: You set tent for night stay and this is called Camping Trek. A large number of supporting staff move with you like porter, chef, kitchen helper, tent erecting personnel and a guide. They carry everything for you making your trip easy. This type of trekking is very costly in comparison to teahouse trekking.

                            Teahouse Trek: Teahouse trek is popular trek in Nepal. It is more popular than camping trek because it is cost effective. A guide and porter will assist you in this trek. You spend night in local lodge and it is called teahouse. It provides many facilities, if not all. It is one of the ways to witness Nepal through the eyes of the local people.

                          • You can expect pleasant weather condition in Nepal, mostly in trekking areas where you will to go. Winter begins from October and lasts till the end of February. Temperature goes down up to 1 degree Celsius at this time around in Kathmandu. In Terai region temperature goes up to 12 degree Celsius at maximum. Monsoon in Nepal begins from late May and lasts till the third week of August. We do not suggest trekking at this time around. But you can go for Upper Dolpo or Upper Mustang Trekking at this time because they are regarded as rain shaded area and monsoon will have least impact here. In summer temperature goes up to 40 degree Celsius in Terai and in Kathmandu it hovers somewhere in between 30 to 34 degree Celsius. Other months like September, October, November, February, March and Aril are regarded as favorable time for trekking and tour.

                          • It is very easy. There are many foreign currency exchanging points here in Kathmandu and as per the exchange rate of that very day they will exchange the money in Nepali currency.

                          • No, strictly not. Nobody will accept your dollar or euro there. You have to pay in Nepali currency there. And, do not think that you will get ATMs there. Everything related to money should be managed here in Kathmandu.

                          • There is no specific answer of this question. Calculate the cost of the trip and carry around 40-50 per cent more of the total cost. Though it is not required but if you want to purchase something from Nepal as a gift then in such cases it is helpful.

                          • Ah, it depends on to you. It is not compulsory but the guide deserves it. Depending upon the guide’s service you can calculate it and reward the guide. Do not forget that guide is a bread earner of his family and you are his/her source. Depending upon the days of trekking you can allocate around 20-30 per cent of the total budget of the trekking.

                          • Yes, you should. It is necessary to avoid possible surprises like you might be rescued from the middle of the trekking due to altitude sickness or any other things. So, it is must. Do not forget to get your medical and travel insurance before visiting Nepal for trekking or tour. Such medical and travel insurance should cover proper altitude up to where you hike. This will benefit you at the time of evacuation by the helicopter if you are gripped by any kind of altitude sickness.

                          • Yes, there are many ATMs in the streets of Kathmandu.

                          • It also easy as we accept all major cards but condition is that you have to bear the additional charges. The booking amount or initial amount i.e. 30 per cent shall be deposited in the bank of your country. For this we will provide you all the information. While in this process too you will bear the charges. We request you to pay the remaining 70 per cent in cash in Kathmandu. Paying through check or card means you will be slapped with the charges.

                          • They are:

                            • Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu. It is the major entry point for foreigners who get in Nepal through air.
                            • Kakarvitta (Jhapa)- Eastern part of Nepal bordering India
                            • Birgunj (Parsa)- Central part of Nepal bordering India
                            • Jamunaha (Nepalgunj)(Banke)-mid-western part bordering India
                            • Mohana (Dhangadi)(Kailali)- Far western part bordering India
                            • GaddaChauki (Mahendranagar)(Kanchanpur)- Far western part bordering India
                          • It is very easy. Just visit our website: www.infonepaltrekking.com click at contact us section, fill the form and click send and we will come up with all the booking procedures. Or, you can even directly talk to us in the number listed in our contact section. Similarly, through skype we are always in your radar.

                            Our Skype id is: rajshthlilly

                            Furthermore, for the confirmation of the trip you have to pay just 30 per cent of the total cost of the trip. It is nonrefundable amount. We will receive the remaining amount in Kathmandu after your arrival.

                          • Nepal is popular for Mount Everest—tallest peak of the world that towers 8,848m. Moreover, it is a center for two prominent religions of the world—Hindu and Buddhist and due to this the country is emerging as prime destination for faith based tourists. Nepal witness more than a million of tourists during Shiva Ratri (Birthday of Lord Shiva) in the temple of Pashupatinath. Similarly, Lumbini—birth place of Lord Buddha— attracts more than hundred thousands of Buddhists across the globe in a year. Furthermore, the country is popular for numerous mountains. There are 14 peaks over 8,000m in the world and out of all eight thousanders are located here. Overall, 1,600 peaks are identified in Nepal so far and Khumbu (Everest) region alone envelops more than 300 such peaks. Everest Region Trekking, Annapurna Region Trekking, Mansalu Region Trekking, Langtang Region Trekking, Upper Dolpo and Upper Mustang Trekking are some of the destinations of Nepal that lure thousands of tourists in this Himalayan nation every year. Moreover, Kathmandu—capital of Nepal—itself is a historical city where you feel as if you are dwelling in the era of gods.

                          • It is very easy. The denizens of the US, Australia, New Zealand and European Union get on arrival visa here but you have to produce valid passport along with two passport size photos at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu. They take certain charge depending upon your Nepal stay for issuing visa to Nepal. The same thing is applicable to the citizens of some other country too. For Indians who enter Nepal from different check in points does not have to produce anything but in case of airport entry to Nepal you have to produce valid passport. Moreover, in case of SAARC countries, it is not that hard to get visa for Nepal. You can consult in respective consular office of Nepal in your country. Follow some strict rules and get the visa. After all, we all are neighbors.

                          Client Reviews

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                            Marco Thorn, AustraliaMay, 2018

                            Everest Base Camp 11 day Trek with Best Experience

                            Info Nepal Treks and Expedition came recommend by a friend and they are very profession and experience for the Adventure and Great friendly service. Dhan Bahadur was our guide for this adventure who looked after us from start to finish.He is Experience, take care every movement, knowledgeable as well as being funny with a great personality. Suresh was our porter who done a fantastic job of carrying and looking after our belongings for the duration. Many thanks indeed to these guys and to Info Nepal Treks for making this adventure one we will not forget in a hurry. All of you for looking after us and making us feel safe.I will strongly recommend this company. 

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                            Lia Godden, GermanyApr, 2018

                            Everest Base Camp Trekking, Absolutely Breathtaking Experience

                            I booked my trip with Info Nepal Treks and Expd two months earlier . When I arrived in Kathmandu, one of the representatives from Info Nepal came to receive me at the airport. Then, I was transferred to the hotel.

                            Accommodation was good enough. Similarly, foods were hygienic. I did enjoy hot shower abundantly during my first night. It was my first visit to Nepal.

                            The next day, I flew to Lukla but lately. It is not because of Info Nepal, but it was because of weather condition. I suggest all fellow travelers to have some spare days if they are travelling to Everest region.

                            We group of 5 reached Kalapatthar via Namche and Tengboche respectively. Wow!! the mountains were simply astonishing from Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp.

                            The people were hospitable and friendly. Not only the people, but yaks also sound friendly in Nepal.

                            The crew provided by Info Nepal and Raju was professional and equipped. The guide Gopal and Porter Bhim was very frank,careful what we need and helpful to us. Every time they are asking how is felling and making joke ,teaching Nepalese word.He treated us very well throughout the trip. Similarly, the porters were very helpful.

                            Hopefully , I will join the same trip next year with same team with Info Nepal .

                            Thanks to Info and Raju once again for organizing a memorable trip which was very special to me.

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