Still waiting to get wanderlust adventure? We have got your adventure dream of the year in the Himalayas. Himalayan Glacier’s top 15 picks present this year’s must-trek adventures. Our top 15 picks cover cross-border trek of India, Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet. What could be your interest for travelling in the Himalayan region – cultural, recreational or adventure – our top picks garnish your dream of adventuring in this region. The adventure treks in the Himalayan region will be a once in a lifetime adventure in the company of inspiring and breathtaking scenery. See our top 15 picks to find yourself encircled by majestic vistas of eight-thousanders. Read More
The 11 best treks in the Everest region are among the most popular trekking routes in the world. The best treks in the Everest region will be a once in a lifetime adventure travel hike in the company of inspiring and breathtaking Himalayan scenery. Nowhere in the world is more spectacular than in the Everest region. Once you make it to the Base Camp of Everest via different trails, you are suddenly encircled with grand vistas of eight-thousanders. Here are listed the 11 best treks in the Everest region. Read More
I travelled with Himalayan Glacier Trekking in May to Gokyo Valley, Gokyo Ri, Cho La Pass, Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar. There hasn’t been one second with a doubt that I had chosen the right company.
Food throughout the treks was very good (with two exceptions exactly at those villages the guidebooks (I read before) already mentioned). Khagendra as my guide did a great job from the moment he picked me up at Kathmandu Airport till the moment he managed to get a flight for me from Lukla back to Kathmandu when all flights were cancelled on the day before because of bad weather conditions and many other trekkers, climbers & runners were also looking for flights as the Everest Marathon took place on the day before also. This has only been possible because of his & HGT’s good connections and his frequent visits to Lukla Airport checking the latest news & development. He himself had to stay longer at Lukla and even two days later he wasn’t back at Kathmandu due to the difficult weather conditions end of May, beginning of June and the priority we all as tourists enjoy in contrast to all local guides. He took care of what I was eating, I could always ask about his opinion, which food would be suitable and there has always been a Goodie of fresh fruit after dinner and some cookies at teatime, both he organized for me himself. It was no problem to ask for a second course no matter whether it was for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It was clearly his attitude to do everything possible from his side to keep me in good shape. When I had some slight problems with headaches in the beginning he asked me each day not only one time how the situation was developing and he carefully watched me how I was doing throughout the whole trek.
The Lodges were mostly very good, everybody should be aware that there are some places with lodges of higher standard and other places with lower standards (some villages are famous for it L, read the guidebooks 😉 ), but in General I was very satisfied with their quality. I am not expecting a perfect home away from home in such a remote area and as normally all lodges are only a home for one night (those where we stayed two nights were both of high standard) it should be possible to get along with it for such a short time. Also my experience has been that in those lodges of lower standard only some aspects were not satisfying, not all.
Additionally Himalayan Glacier Trekking has already started making a very good job before I arrived in Kathmandu. I had a quite regular email contact to Naba and he was answering all my questions, I had before booking and also before starting the trek, fast and detailed.
Back in Germany I already started thinking about a trek next year in the Annapurna region and I will definitely choose Himalayan Glacier Trekking again. I will contact them in the next month to propel my plans.
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The Everest Base Camp Trek via Gokyo Lakes trip takes adventurous trekkers to fabulous Gokyo Valley, source of grand Dudh Koshi River – the large Ngojumba Glacier, the famous Cho La pass, and the celebrated view points of Gokyo Ri and Kala Patthar along with Everest Base Camp.
The trek further traverses through the landmarks of Everest region in the company of majestically soaring mountains, friendly Sherpas, colorful monasteries and prayer flags, the Namche Bazzar, the Sagarmatha National Park, and many more. Gokyo, a hidden valley with gorgeous blue lakes in the lap of Himalaya has its own reputation among the adventurous souls.
Many trekkers crave to visit the Gokyo valley as a side trip during their Everest Base Camp Trek and they feel their Everest trek incomplete if they happen to miss the trip to Gokyo Valley, Gokyo Peak, and the famous pass, Cho La. The entire area is blessed with abounding natural beauty of shimmering Lakes.
Beyond peace of mind at the tranquil appearance of the glacial Lakes, trekker can enjoy 360 degree panoramic views of four above 8000 m massifs and other mountain ranges from the best view point of Everest Region, the Gokyo Ri – because panorama from here is more spectacular than that from Kala Patthar viewpoint.
Join Himalayan Glacier’s expert team that has scaled the highest peak of the world and its base camp in number of times since 1992. We provide international quality services and enhance to experience trek of a life time.
I just wanted to thank you once again for the incredible experience in Nepal! We had a great time and really appreciate the support of your organization. The trip truly exceeded our expectations in every way and we would strongly recommend Himalayan Glacier Trekking to anyone.
I also wanted to tell you how impressed we were with your trekking staff…Rishi, Subas and Suman were outstanding, very professional and above all “fun to trek with”! In particular, I would like to tell you that Rishi is really the finest guide I have ever traveled with. He took incredible care of us during the trek making sure we ate fresh food, were healthy and having a great time throughout the trip.
Thanks for everything!
I wanted to thank Himalayan Glacier for the unforgetable trek that you provided 6 clients (me included) to Island Peak in October, 2011. My first contact with Himalayan Glacier was Tony Monaco. I could tell right away that I had called the right company to arrange and guide the trek. Tony helped me with every questions with great patience, and he was the reason that I settled on Himalayan Galcier. Please pass that on to Tony, with my thanks. Also, I wanted to ask you to thank our guide, Ashish, for me. He was always kind, and helpful, and I could not imagine having a better guide. The assistant guides (Mekhraj and Mingma) were also top-notch, as were the porters (whose names I forgot). Please tell Tony, Ashish, Mekhraj and Mingma
Our trip with Himalayan Glacier was a great experience. I did a great deal of research on trekking companies and decided on Himalayan Glacier due to very positive reviews, an excellent website, very prompt/informative answers to my questions, ability to do custom itineraries and reasonable rates. I also liked the fact that my money was going towards employing a Nepalese staff as tourism is extremely important to the economy of Nepal.
Trip highlights included going to Everest Base Camp, watching sunset on Everest from Kala Patthar and hiking over Cho La Pass. We had limited days in Nepal and therefore did a custom trip at a faster than normal pace. Santa, our guide, was very flexible to our planned itinerary, but also adamant about acclimating properly. We worked out an itinerary that was very satisfactory and everyone stayed healthy at high altitude.
I want to say thanks to our guide Santa. He did an outstanding job. He set up reservations for our lodges, took us to eat at places with safe food for weak western stomachs and kept us on track. Surprisingly Santa’s cell phone worked at most places along the trek. He used his cell phone to confirm lodge reservations, check on weather and even order meals for us before arriving in a village. There are few trail signs in this region. I consider myself pretty good and route finding, but was very glad we had Santa to keep us on track as there are many spurs off the normal path that would have been confusing.
A big thank you to our porter Kesav as well. We did some long days on the trail to stay on our aggressive schedule. Kasav carried a heavy load, as normal, on these days, never once complaining and always with a smile on his face. He also watched after us to make sure we were safe.
Having a guide and porter was extremely helpful. I had thought about doing the trek independently. Sounder minds prevailed, however (my wife). I quickly found a trekking company to be very helpful. Our guide and porter took care of us. Everything from picking us up at the airport to planning every detail of our trip. Flying from Kathmandu to Lukla is not easy. Flights are constantly delayed due to weather. Having a guide to help maneuver the complex system can prove very valuable. You stand a much better chance of keeping your schedule on track when someone is helping who has knowledge of the flight system and friends in the right places. However, even with this help, I recommend having a couple extra days on each side of your trip, so you can complete your trek and make your international flight on time.
My wife and I found the Himalayan Glacier staff to be very professional. There were no hidden costs and our itinerary was very well detailed. The staff went over and beyond expectations to make sure we had a fun and safe trip.
What an incredible journey! The Himalaya are truly magnificent. Just when you think you have seen the highlight of the trip around the corner is something even more amazing. We found the Nepalese people to be very friendly and kind. We will be back.
My husband and I have just returned from one of the most remarkable travel experiences we have had as of yet. Every year for our anniversary we go somewhere new according to the alphabet, and this year was Nepal for “N”. My love of the mountains fueled the decision to have the chance to see the biggest mountains in the world. But being from the southern United States, our high altitude experience was very limited to say the least. Also, a two week plus trek would be the longest we had done. I did not need to worry.