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Adventure Everest Base Camp Trek Tour

Adventure Everest Base Camp Trek Tour

Package Duration
13 Days / 12 Nights
Destination Covered
Namche Bazaar - Mountains Everest

  • Lukla (2880m)

    Description :

    Early morning transfer to the airport to fly to Lukla (2880m) Flight- 45 min. This 45 minute flight provides a magnificent entry to the trek. It highlights the snowline of the Himalayan Range in the north and the rugged landing at the Lukla airport which is said to be one of the most spectacular flights in the world. Upon arrival, meet the Sherpa team and while the team reassembles the equipment for the distribution to the Porters OR Jhopke (a cross between and cow and a Yak used to carry loads). During this break, the guests are welcome to explore this bustling town on top of a hill with rows of houses, hotels and shops lining both sides of cobbled street.

    The trek starts by following the trail leading to the northwest direction through the narrow street, which immediately descends from the end of the village on a trail through the open hillside. The trail is well defined and there are many shops and lodges catering to the trekkers. There are suspension bridges to connect the main trail and the villages along the way.

    The main trail is also shared by packed animals and local porters, so it is advisable always to walk on the wall side and leave the way for the potters and animals. From there we follow the regular trail passing small villages of Chaurikharka, Cheplung, Thado Koshi and Ghat with shops and restaurants along the way, it’s from here were we will have the glance of the Mt. Kusumkhanguru. Continue further past the monastery, Mani walls and chorten to arrive at the posh looking Yeti Mountain Lodge, from here climb gently to finally arrive at the cluster of lodges at Phakding (2,652 m). Upon arrival at Phakding we check in to the lodge. Rest of the day is free to relax or browse around this small village

    Dinner and overnight at the lodge

    Namche Bazaar (3440 m)

    Description :

    Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440 m) Leave the main village and the follow the trail on the left bank of the Dudh Koshi River. It is a pleasant walk for the first half of the day as one passes through agricultural countryside, small wayside villages and a monastery. We cross the Dudh Koshi at Benkar where there are tantalizing glimpses of the snow peaks Mt. Kusum Khangaru (6369m) and Mt. Thamserku (6623m). Just before lunch, there is a steep climb of about 20 minutes to arrive at Monjo for Lunch.

    After lunch, trek up to the check post to check the permits and enter into the Sagarmatha National Park. Descend for 10 minute and then cross a suspension bridge to arrive at Jorsale (2800m). Pass through several small villages and beautiful pine forest. This is a busy trail with plenty of human interest. Our first good views are of the west ridge of Kusum Khangaru(6369m). Follow the Dudh Koshi River, crossing over a suspension bridge, and then slowly climb up a very steep trail to Namche Bazaar. Near half waypoint at top danda, we enjoy our first views ofMt.Everest (8848m), Nuptse (7879m) and Lhotse (8383m) - the big three. The climb is for nearly 3 hours as one gain in altitude making breathing difficult due to rarified air.

    Arrive at a Kani (Gate) with a full view of Namche Bazzar. Upon arrival at Namche Bazaar (3447 m) check into the lodge. This prosperous town is the largest in Khumbu.Mt. Thamserku (6648 m) and Kongde Ri (6624 m) loom along the east and west of the village. The sacred mountain Khumbi Yul (5707 m) dominates the skyline along the west.

    Namche Bazaar

    Description :

    Rest and acclimatization at Namche Bazaar After a leisurely breakfast, excursion to Hotel Everest View which starts from the main square in Namche bazaar with a flight of cobbled stone steps all the way to Shyangboche airstrip (3790 meters), which was built to serve Hotel Everest View. Cross the airstrip and climb past the telephone tower to a trail that leads off to the right (east wards) the trail somewhat levels at the top of the ridge, from here the trail is gradual all the way to the single storey hotel at 3890 meters.Hotel Everest View, as the name suggest have the amphitheater views of the giants of the Himalayas Mt. Everest (8,848 M), Mt Lhotse (8,516 M), Mt Nuptse (7,855 M), Mt Tawoche (6,542 M), Mt.Cholatse (6,440 M), Mt. Amadablam (6,814 M), Mt. Kangtega (6,783 M), Mt. Thamserku (6,618 M) and Mt. Kusum Khangaru (5,808 M) is what is on offer (Weather Permitting)

    Namche

    Description :

    Trek from Namche to Thyangboche (3860 M). After breakfast, the trek begin from the main square with a flight of stone steps and is a steep climb for about 20 minutes to reach a big prayer stone. From there the path is steady with magnificent views of the Himalayas especially of the Mt. Amadablam, Thamserku and Kangtega.

    After reaching the re-forestation nursery at Tashinga, the trail drops steeply to cross the Dudh Koshi at Phunke Tenga (3250m), next to several large water driven prayer wheels. Here we stop for lunch in one of the local lodges. The afternoon is spent climbing slowly on a steep trail to the Thyangboche Monastery and one of the most beautiful spots on earth. Thyangboche lies at the base of Kangtega and is a classic setting with superb views back up the valley to the Amadablam, and the Everest poking its south west face over the huge ridgeline linking Nuptse and Lhotse. At the rear is the beautiful west face of the Thamserku (6608m) and Kangtega (6685m).

    The Thyangboche Monastery is one of the most important monasteries of the Khumbu Region and the late afternoon can be spent visiting this ancient Monastery. It is the traditional place where all Everest Expeditions receive their blessings as they walk in towards the base camp.

    Thyangboche to Dingboche

    Description :

    Trek from Thyangboche to Dingboche (4410 M)After breakfast, set out on the trail with a short, steep and muddy descent through a forest of birch, conifer and rhododendron to the meadows of Devouche. Continue on a level trail trough forests to arrive at a newly constructed bridge high above the fast flowing Dudh Koshi River with fine views of Mt. Amadablam. Cross the bridge and climb for another 10 minutes to arrive at a resting place. Continue to climb till a pass and then there is a gentler walk to the village of Pangboche (3985m) which also has a monastery. The monastery lies more on the route to Phortse and is not easily reached from the lower trail and for those who desire to visit the monastery, the trail bifurcates just before the village after the pass and a hard half hour of climb up the ridge brings one to this fabled monastery.At the monastery is housed the Scalp of the Yeti which traveled the world in the 60's. From Pangboche the trail gradually ascends towards Shomare following the Imja River where we will stop for lunch.

    After lunch in the afternoon our route ascends gradually, high above the Imja Khola, passing the tea-houses at Orsho before crossing the Imja Khola and old glacial moraines to our lodge in the settlement of Dingboche. The scenery is spectacular although Everest has disappeared behind the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge; the huge peaks that tower above the eastern end of the valley are ample compensation. We are now almost completely above the treeline. In clear conditions, look out for spectacular sunsets here and on Amadablam. Today’s walk is quite tiring due to the altitude, so it is important to take notice of your leader’s advice and recommendations regarding rest and fluid intake.

    Dingboche

    Description :

    As per the study on high altitude sickness, it has been found that most of the people suffer or show signs of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) from the altitude of 14,000 ft. Thus it is highly recommended to have a rest day to acclimatize at this altitude before starting an ascent.

    A trekkers’ sub aid post operates at Dingboche, supported by the Himalayan Rescue Association and Tokyo Medical College. A western physician is usually in attendance during the trekking season. This establishment, and the doctors who operates it, specialize in the study and treatment of altitude sickness and strive to educate trekkers in the dangers of too fast an ascent to high altitudes.

    Tawache

    Description :

    After breakfast take left hand trail and start ascend towards the top of the hill which has number of Chorten. From the Chorten, Mt. Tawache and Mt. Cholatse (6440m) make for a striking scene as they seem to lean forwards from across the valley in the west. To the north, Lobuche Peak (6119m) and the snowfields of Cho La dominate the skyline. The walking is now generally fairly flat on wide-open fields. After arrival at the ridge, descend, for about ten minutes, cross a bridge and arrive at Thugla for an early lunch.

    After lunch, there is a steep ascent for about an hour to the top of the ridge wherethere is a Sherpa memorial in remembrance to those brave mountaineers who died during expeditions. The memorial chortens dots the skyline facing the mountains and overlooking the valley below. Further on the trail leads to the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier with views of Pumori or Widow’s Peak in the foreground. The stark and the rugged beauty create almost a moonscape. The campsite at Lobuche is reached after another hour of steady trekking through the moraine and is situated in a windswept valley with the enchanting views of the Tawatse (6501m) and Nuptse (7855m).

    (Note: due to unavailability of water, this is the only lunch stop available).

    Mt. Cholatse (6440m)

    Description :

    After breakfast take left hand trail and start ascend towards the top of the hill which has number of Chorten. From the Chorten, Mt. Tawache and Mt. Cholatse (6440m) make for a striking scene as they seem to lean forwards from across the valley in the west. To the north, Lobuche Peak (6119m) and the snowfields of Cho La dominate the skyline. The walking is now generally fairly flat on wide-open fields. After arrival at the ridge, descend, for about ten minutes, cross a bridge and arrive at Thugla for an early lunch.

    After lunch, there is a steep ascent for about an hour to the top of the ridge wherethere is a Sherpa memorial in remembrance to those brave mountaineers who died during expeditions. The memorial chortens dots the skyline facing the mountains and overlooking the valley below. Further on the trail leads to the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier with views of Pumori or Widow’s Peak in the foreground. The stark and the rugged beauty create almost a moonscape. The campsite at Lobuche is reached after another hour of steady trekking through the moraine and is situated in a windswept valley with the enchanting views of the Tawatse (6501m) and Nuptse (7855m).

    (Note: due to unavailability of water, this is the only lunch stop available).

    Kala Patthar

    Description :

    After breakfast take the left-hand side trail and head straight up the hill to Kala Patthar (5545m) for views of Mt. Everest. The trek up to the top is an arduous one and takes about a 2 ½ to 3 hrs to reach.

    The early morning or late afternoon is the best time to view Mt. Everest from this vantage point as the sun is behind the observer and directly on the mountains in front. The climb to the Kalaphattar though tough, is well worth it as the views from here are breathtaking. The giants of the earth are all around Pumori (7145m), Everest (8848m), and China’s peak Changtse (7553m), Nuptse (7855m), Lhotse (8516m), Amadablam and many othersLater return to Ghorakshep.After some rest set out backtracking on scattered rocks and jumbled moraines to return to Lobuche

    Kala Patthar

    Description :

    After breakfast, the trek begins with a pleasant walk through the valley cross the stream and then head towards the Sherpa Memorial and then descends down to Thugla. The going is easier as we lose altitude. Cross the Thugla Bridge and climb the ridge. Leave the main trail to Dingboche and take the right hand and descend further down to Pheriche valley. The walk from here traverse all the way to Pheriche, continue to trek and descend down to the river cross the river over a steel bridge and a short climb will brings us to a chorten descend further to arrive at Shomare for hot lunch.After lunch we reassume our trek towards Debouche, from here we track back to Pangboche and descend further down to a steel bridge, cross over and walk through the pine forest to arrive Debouche.

    Upon arrival we check in to the lodge. Rest of the day is free

    Namche

    Description :

    Having been consistently at high altitude above 4200m most trekkers welcome the thought of returning to warmer, softer climbs and the days walk to Namche is a delightful way of doing so. In the morning we retrace our steps with an uphill till Thyangboche. From Thyangboche it’s a downhill walk till Phunke Tenga. If going up was tough it is equally hard to get the footing and walk down hill, the walk begins through the beautiful forest of juniper, rhododendron and fir to Phunke Tenga. After a short break we cross the Dudh Koshi, and ascend steeply to Trashinga. From here the trail contours high above the valley to Shanasa. Here Tibetan traders, resident in the area, have numerous ''arte facts'' and traditional souvenirs for sal

    From Sanasa, a few minutes’ walk will bring us to the lunch stop over at Kangjuma. After lunch, head to the end of the village and continue on the trail which traverses and undulates all the way to the big prayer wall at the top of Namche Bazaar. From here it is easy 15 minute descend to reach Namche Bazaar. Upon arrival at Namche bazaar we check in to the lodge. Rest of the day is at leisure.

    Jorsalle

    Description :

    After a leisurely breakfast we retrace our steps towards Phakding. The trek begins with a huge descent all the way down to Jorsalle. It is interesting to watch others starting enthusiastically on the trek ahead as we head down and is also a good feeling to shed few layer of clothing. From here we cross the steel suspension bridge and climb up to the National Park gate at Monjo where we do the check out formalities from the Sagarmatha National Park. After completing the check out formalities we continue a little further to stop at Monjo for a tea break After much deserved rest we reassume our trek towards Phakding. The trek begins with a downhill all the way to a steel bridge then climb for 5 minutes to arrive at a tiny village past the village and continue on the trail to cross another steel suspension bridge to arrive at Benkar, from here the trail traverses but undulates with short climbs in between to arrive at Toktok village from here the trail level but again have to cross a suspension bridge on approach to Phakding, where we will stop for hot lunch.

    After lunch the trek begins with an easy walk through the village square past the lodges along the way, after walking for about 45 minutes reach the village of Ghat, a small picturesque Sherpa village where there are colorful Mani wall along the trail. Though most of the trail is gradual but there are few short but steep climbs in between on the way to Lukla. There are sign boards along the way pointing you in the direction of Lukla. The trail leading to Luklais broad and climbs steadily past a few bhattis (Local restaurants) then through scrub forest and through the village of Chaurikharka.The final phase of the trek on approach to Lukla is a steep climb; there is a collection of houses and bhattis in Tamang Tolle, a new settlement a short distance from is the airport. As you approach the Lukla town the houses and hotels rapidly increases. Upon arrival at Lukla we check in to the lodge. It is a delightful ending to the trip as one enters into this busy village of Lukla. In the evening, a farewell dinner may be followed by a few celebratory drinks and dancing with our Sherpa companions The rest of the evening is free to enjoy the surrounding.

    Fly Lukla to Kathmandu (1340 M)

    Description :

    After a hearty breakfast, walk up to the airport and later board the 45 minute flight back to Kathmandu. Upon arrival meet, assist and transfer to the hotel.The rest of the day is Free.





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