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Mt. Everest being the world’s highest mountain offers special adventurous intrigue. During this trek one can enjoy the warm Sherpa hospitality as well as experience the Sherpa culture and always in the background, the icy pinnacles of Himalaya loom over the scenery. After an extraordinary flight of Lukla, commence the walking to the famous Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar and on to Tengboche Monastery with the Mesmerizing peak of Ama Dablam hovering in the sky. Then it’s over the glaciers to the foot of Everest for the view of lifetime. The highlight of this trek is hike up to the view point of Kala Patthar(5545 m) situated on one of the spurs of Pumori. The rocky west face of Everest and south Col, Lhotse, Khumbu glacier making down it’s way can be seen from the summit of Kala Patthar
Day 1 : Arrival Kathmandu
Meeting Assistance On Arrival. Transfer to the Hotel.
pm H/day Visit Kathmandu City :.hanuman Dhoka (durbar Square), Built Between the 12th and the 18th Centuries, This
complex of Palaces, Courtyards and Temples is the Historic Seat of Royalty. It Used to Be the Seat of Ancient Malla Kings Of
kathmandu. the Durbar Square, Protected as a Unesco World Heritage Site, Epitomizes the Religious and Cultural Life Of
the People. other Than a 17th - Century Stone Inscription Set Into the Wall of the Palace with Writings in 15 Languages,
interesting Things to See Here Are: Taleju Temple (built By King Mahendra Malla in 1549 A.d., Kal Bhairav, the God Of
destruction Nautalle Darbar, Coronation Nasal Chowk, the Gaddi Baithak, the Statue of King Pratap Malla, the Big Bell, Big
drum, the Jagannath Temple and Three Museums Including the Numismatic Museum and the Tribhuvan Museum.
swayambhunath (samhengu): Listed as a World Heritage Site, this is One of the World's Most Glorious Buddhist Sites In
nepal. Its Established is Linked to the Creation of the Kathmandu Valley Out of a Primordial Lake. Three Km West Of
kathmandu this Site is Situated On a Hillock About 77 M. Above the Valley. Painted On the Four-sides of the Spire Bases Are
the all Seeing Eyes of Lord Gautam Buddha, the Founder of Buddhism.
Day 2 : Kathmandu
After Breakfast, Full Day Visit Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhnath Stupa & Bhaktapur City
pashupatinath : Situated Five Kilometers East of Kathmandu On the Bank of Sacred Bagmati River, the Stemple of Lord Shiva
pashupatinath with Two Tiered Golden Roof and Silver Doors is Famous for Its Super Architecture. It is a Centre of Annual
pilgrimage On the Day of Maha Shivratri. Entrance to the Temple Precinct is Permitted to the Hindus Only However, Visitors
can Clearly See the Temple and Activities Performed in the Temple Premises from the Eastern Bank of the Bagmati River.
boudhanath is among the Largest Stupas in South Asia, and It Has Become the Focal Point of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal.
the White Mound Looms Thirty-six Meters Overhead. the Stupa is Located On the Ancient Trade Route to Tibet, and Tibetan
merchants Rested and Offered Prayers Here for Many Centuries. When Refugees Entered Nepal from Tibet in the 1950s,
many of Them Decided to Live Around Bouddhanath. They Established Many Gompas, and the "little Tibet" of Nepal Was
born. this "little Tibet" is Still the Best Place in the Valley to Observe Tibetan Lifestyle. Monks Walk About in Maroon Robes.
tibetans Walk with Prayer Wheels in Their Hands, and the Rituals of Prostration are Presented to the Buddha as Worshippers
circumambulate the Stupa On Their Hands and Knees, Bowing Down to Their Lord.
many People Believe that Bouddhanath Was Constructed in the Fifth Century, But Definite Proof is Lacking. the Stupa is Said
to Entomb the Remains of a Kasyap Sage Who is Venerable Both to Buddhists and Hindus. One Legend Has It that a Woman
requested a Valley King for the Donation of Ground Required to Build a Stupa. She Said She Needed Land Covered By One
buffalo's Skin and Her Wish Was Granted By the King. She Cut a Buffalo Skin Into Thin Strips and Circled Off a Fairly Large
clearing. the King Had No Choice But to Give Her the Land.
the Bouddha Area is a Visual Feast. Colorful Thangkas, Tibetan Jewellery, Hand-woven Carpets, Masks, and Khukuri Knives
are Sold in the Surrounding Stalls. Smaller Stupas are Located At the Base. Gompa Monasteries, Curio Shops, and Restaurants
surround Bouddhanath. Conveniently Situated Restaurants with Roof-top Patios Provide Good Food and Excellent Views Of
bhaktapur Durbar Square is a Conglomeration of Pagoda and Shikhara-style Temples Grouped Around a Fifty-five Window
palace of Brick and Wood. the Square is One of the Most Charming Architectural Showpieces of the Valley as It Highlights
the Ancient Arts of Nepal. the Golden Effigies of Kings Perched On the Top of Stone Monoliths, the Guardian Deities Looking
out from Their Sanctuaries, the Wood Carvings in Every Place-struts, Lintels, Uprights, Tympanums, Gateways and Windows-
all Seem to Form a Well-orchestrated Symphony. the Main Items of Interest in the Durbar Square Are: the Lion Gate, The
golden Gate, the Palace of Fifty-five Windows, the Art Gallery and the Statue of King Bhupatindra Malla. Overnight At
Day 3 : Flight Kathmandu-Lukla 2850m. Trek to Phakding 2640m
Early in the Morning After Breakfast, Transfer to the Airport to Fly to Lukla. After 35 Minutes Flight Land At the Rough Airstrip
of Lukla. We Meet Our Trekking Crews Here & Set for the First Day Exciting Walk Towards Everest. a Straight Walk for An Hour
takes You to Chaplung. Here the Trail from Lukla Meets the Main Trail from Jiri. the Trail Still Continues for 2 Hrs Along The
forest & Reaches to Ghat and After An Hour Walk Takes You to Phakding Where Few Numbers of Lodges are Situated. We Stop
here for the Night Camp.
Day 4 : Phakding-Namche 3450m.
After the breakfast & the crews got ready, we set for another day walk. Cross the long suspension bridge over Bhotekoshi
& the trail goes straight passes a forest & few villages & after 2 hrs reaches to Jorsele. Where Everest National Park check
post is located, where national park permits are checked. Jorsele is also the true beginning of Khumbu region & from this
point no firewood allowed. Leaving the park entrance the path drops steeply to the long suspension bridge across the
Dudh Koshi. The trail still continues through the straight path for an hour & becomes a bit steep & passes through the
forest & several Sherpa villages & after 2 hrs reaches to Namche, a great spot for the first closer views of the Everest &
local Sherpa hospitality.
Day 5 : Rest Day at Namche.
It is An Acclimatization Day to Avoid Ams Problems. or One Can have a Picturesque Excursions to Khumjung Village.
day 06: Namche-tengboche. 3860m
leaving for Tengboche, the Trail that Traverses from Choi Gang to Kyanjuma Foundation. Here Descent to the Suspension
bridge Across Dudh Koshi Begins. After Passing Few Tea Houses the Trail Reaches to Phungi Tenga. Now the Walk Up the Hill
to Tengboche is Pleasant. You Passthrough a Blend of Forest and Shrub On a Wide Trail with Many Shortcuts Leading From
it’s also a Better Place for Spotting Pheasant, Thar and Deer. the End of the Climb is Heralded By a Kani, An Arched Entrance
with Ceiling Paintings of Deities and Forms of Buddha. Its Function is to Cleanse People of the Many Feared Spirits Before
entering the Sacred Area. the Trail from Phungi Tenga to Tengboche Takes About 3 Hours. and During the Walk One May
have the Best Views of Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamserku & Kangi Tenga. You Can also Visit the Famous
day 07: Tengboche-pheriche 4280m
the Trail Passes On a Slope Track Then Climbs Gently Becoming Steeper & Passes the Forest & Small Lodges & Reaches To
pangboche. Pangboche is a Village of Sherpas But Famous for Its Monastery & It is Claimed that the Yeti’s Scalp & The
fingers of Hand are Kept in this Monastery. After Pangboche the Trail Passes Through the Meadow Fields & Several Tea
houses & After 3 Hrs Reaches to Pheriche for the Night Camp.
Day 6 : Namche-Tengboche. 3860m
Leaving for Tengboche, the trail that traverses from Choi Gang to Kyanjuma Foundation. Here descent to the suspension
bridge across Dudh Koshi begins. After passing few tea houses the trail reaches to Phungi Tenga. Now the walk up the hill
to Tengboche is pleasant. You passthrough a blend of forest and shrub on a wide trail with many shortcuts leading from
it’s also a better place for spotting pheasant, thar and deer. The end of the climb is heralded by a kani, an arched entrance
with ceiling paintings of deities and forms of Buddha. Its function is to cleanse people of the many feared spirits before
entering the sacred area. The trail from Phungi Tenga to Tengboche takes about 3 hours. And during the walk one may
have the best views of Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamserku & Kangi Tenga. You can also visit the famous
Day 7 : Tengboche-Pheriche 4280m
The trail passes on a slope track then climbs gently becoming steeper & passes the forest & small lodges & reaches to
Pangboche. Pangboche is a village of Sherpas but famous for its Monastery & it is claimed that the Yeti’s scalp & the
fingers of hand are kept in this Monastery. After Pangboche the trail passes through the meadow fields & several tea
houses & after 3 hrs reaches to Pheriche for the night camp.
Day 8 : Rest day at Pheriche
Rest day at Pheriche
Day 9 : Pheriche-Lobuche 4940m
Leaving Pheriche, the trail meanders up the open valley, beautiful when the weather is fine. A smaller trail then branches
off to the left and heads directly to the bridge over a few slippery boulders, while the main path heads up to join the trail
directly from Dingboche just a minute before the bridge to Tukla. Climb the ridge behind Dingboche on one of the many
trails to the higher plain. There are several paths to follow, all leading to the bridge across Tukla. Beyond Tukla, the hill
immediately is tough. And the trail climbs gently and reaches with in 2 hrs to Lobuche.
Day 10 : Lobuche-Kalapatthar 5545m -Gorakshep 5170m
Today the trail is the longest trail as it may take about 8 hours for the roundtrip. The trail from Lobuche to Gorakshep
gently climbs and takes about 4 hrs but the walk to Kalapatthar is a bit harder as it’s steep climb for about 3 hours. And
may have breathing problems. Kalapatthar is situated in the bottom of Pumori and provides the panoramic views of the
whole mountains in the area of Everest. Then we descend down to Gorakshep for our night camp, which takes about 1 hrs,
Day 11 : Gorakshep-Everest Base camp 5400m-Lobuche.
Today the trail takes you to the foot of Mt Everest. The trail passes through the yak meadows & mostly on yak trails. The
trail also passes the Khumbu Glacier. Have a complete rest at Everest Base camp & return back to Lobuche for the night
Day 12 : Trek back Lobuche-Dingboche. 4 hrs
Trek back Lobuche-Dingboche. 4 hrs
Day 13 : Trek back Dingboche-Tengboche. 5 hrs
Trek back Dingboche-Tengboche. 5 hrs
Day 14 : Trek back Tengboche-Namche. 4-5 hrs
Trek back Tengboche-Namche. 4-5 hrs
Day 15 : Trek back Namche-Phakding. 5 hrs
Trek back Namche-Phakding. 5 hrs
Day 16 : Trek back Phakding-Lukla. 4 hrs
Trek back Phakding-Lukla. 4 hrs
Day 17 : Fly Lukla-kathmandu
Return to Kathamndu By Flight & Transfer to Hotel. Afternoon H/day City Tour
patan : Durbar Square, Situated I the Heart of the City, Constitutes the Focus of Visiorts; Attraction. the Square is Full Or
ancient Places, Temples and Shrines, Noted for Their Exquaisite Carvinge. the Patan Durbar Square Consists of Three Main
chowk An Keshar Narayan Chowk. It Was Listed in the Unesco World Heritage Monument List in 1979. Patan Museum:-
this Museum Indside the Durnbar Square Specializes in Bronxze Statues and Religious Objects. Krishna Mandir:- Built In
1637 Ad, the Temple of Lord, Krishan Holds a Commanding Position in the Palace Complex of Patan, Tibetan Refugee
camp: this Camp Was Set Up in 1960 Under the Initiative of the International Red Cross & the Swiss Development
corporation in Corporation with Hmg of Nepal. Its Main Objective is to Help the Tibetan Refugees to Do Something Nice &
support Themselves & Some Carpet Industries & Handicrafts have Been Operating. Overnight At Hotel.
Day 18 : Departure Kathmandu
After Breakfast, in Time Transfer to Airport to Board Flight for Onward Destination.
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