Everest Base Camp (17,598 ft) an adventurous trekking route to Mt. Everest is waiting to disclose the adventure, thrill and wonder of its mystical majestic natural settings. The Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most popular trekking routes in the Himalayas and is adventured by thousands of trekkers each year. The more visitors tread towards altitude the more the trekkers have to experience thrill and awe.
This tremendous adventure begins flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla, one treks onto Namche Bazar, the heroic legendry hub of the Sherpas inhabitation. From Namche Bazar, to Dingboche trekkers enjoy the scenery, wildlife and vistas of number monasteries. Further on, trek again brings one to Kala Pathar (18,192 ft), a symbolic destination of the Mt. Everest base camp. For the time being, the crispy and fresh mountain air along with the breath taking panorama of the Mount Everest makes wondrous and adventurous at the top destination.
Basically, Everest Base Camp trekking route is designed to fulfill the dream of number of visitors around the globe to experience the mystery and wonders of the world’s highest mountain. Mount Everest towers above the Khumbu at over 29,000 feet and is perhaps the most iconic symbol of challenge and adventure on Earth promising incredible and rewarding views. This trek route offers to view the vast glaciers and razor-sharp ridgelines of Everest and number of other Himalays around the region.
Further, the adventurous epic journey makes exposure to UNESCO World Heritage sites and discovers colorful Buddhist and Hindu traditions. Along with these, visitors see vistas of mighty peaks, Dudh Kosi, the ‘River of Milk’, and Dingboche village as people trek towards their ultimate goals – Everest Base Camp and Kala Patar. It presents a remarkable view of the Everest. Further, the incredible monastery at Thyangboche will be a photographer’s fanatic paradise, set against the backdrop of Ama Dablam, Everest and other huge, snowcapped peaks and mountains.
In brief, Everest Base Camp Trek unveils the perfect adventure, thrill, and awe within the heart of trekkers through one of the world’s most awe-inspiring spectacular sights of Mt. Everest, and its surroundings.
I have no complaints about the trek.I do not expect “perfection” from organisers or clients-but as long as its 90% good,then the trip will be a success.
The key positive:
The quality of the guide and the porters (as well as their seamless interaction) in terms of helpfulness and mountain experience, always focusing on the objective of the client and never exhibiting negative attitude.This was awesome.
The equipment used even by the experienced guides,is sometimes lacking in standard.With a European perspective,there were places I would expect more security (ropes/crampons etc) but I assume this is a cultural thing in Nepal.Each region have different approaches to low and high risk scenarios.
This was probably a result of my stomach not being in good shape,but I would have hoped for a slightly more diverse menu.Ultimately,everything tasted the same-and I know this is partly due to altitude,boiling temperature,difficulty of transportation etc- but compared to treks in Latin America- there seems to be less focus on counting carbs/protein/energy etc.I do not think this was unique to the chef,who did a very good job in challenging conditions.
Thanks also to you for responding very well to questions from impatient clients etc and of course to the country of Nepal for offering such amazing scenery and hospitality.
I am going to Argentina in February and hope to be back to Nepal next October with skies.
We shot a very funny little film on the top of Mera Peak and he wanted to see it.I have just placed it on YOUTUBE and you can all see it.
Tibet is considered to be the pristine holy land for visitors. Tibetan land, its people and culture are till date untouched by the influence of modernization even at the dawn of century of material quest. For international visitors, Tibet is an exotic land of treasure and riches, for its peculiar geographic features and unique natural beauties, featured with culture and characteristic of local residential customs.
Tibet, the roof of the world, is located on Tibet Plateau in the southwest frontier of China, with the height of over 4,000 meters. For centuries this mysterious land is locked with panoramic range of Himalayas. Tibet is without doubt one of the most remarkable place to visit in South Asian Region. Further Tibet offers fabulous monastery sights, breathtaking terrific high-altitude treks, and stunning views of the world’s highest mountains and some of the noblest people in the world.
Trekking to the Everest base camp in Nepal with Himalayan Glacier Trekking was an incredible experience. They were very helpful before the trip, met us at the airport, got us settled in, and made us feel like valued guests the entire time.
I was very impressed with the quality and professionalism of their entire staff including guides who were all excellent. They are very focused on their clients and will do whatever they can to make sure you have an enjoyable and successful trip. That total commitment to their guests was demonstrated when upon seeing that most in our group were over 60 they shuffled schedules to give us one of their most experienced guides. They went out of their way to insure we safely completed our goal of trekking to Everest base camp.
This is not a cut rate trekking agency. Himalayan Glacier Trekking has excellent customer service. Accommodations in Kathmandu were above average and they provided the most comfortable accommodations available during the trek. Other companies try to offer lower prices by cutting costs wherever they can but I appreciated the extra care and comfort provided by Himalayan Glacier Trekking.
Our guide Devraj Giri and assistant guide Chitra took excellent care of us. They were constantly on the lookout for our wellbeing and comfort. Their goal was to make sure we were healthy, comfortable, and successfully made it to Everest base camp. Chitra did an amazing job of keeping a steady slow pace that we could all manage, Giri made sure we were healthy and provided any medication we needed for altitude or tummy problems. Giri handled every detail along the way so all we had to do was enjoy the scenery. At the tea houses each day Giri checked on the kitchen staff to make sure our meals were properly prepared, and when the dining room stove was lit they somehow made sure we all had a seat around the fire.
I can highly recommend Himalayan Glacier Trekking. Their focus on customer service is amazing.
I’m just in love with Nepal – is a fantastic country, which attracts over again. I was in Nepal for 7 times and I want to again and again. I am very grateful to us, because we always travel around with them. So cool, we were looked after, offer the best hotels, accompaniment.
In no other country. Where we were (and already toured half the world exactly) there was good and comfortable there. Our every wish is taken into account, always very friendly and love
Thank you very much Naba and Vlad. We are sure to come. Only with you.
Good luck and prosperity Maria P
Nepal – a beautiful country, full of discoveries for the tourist. A properly designed and organized program allowed it to see different parts of Nepal, and every day more and more fall in love with this country.
I do not have the habit of returning to the country where I already was, but in Nepal I’d like to return.
I want to thank our guide, Vlad, who was always ready to fulfill all of our requests. Thanks for the great hotel with lovely views. Thank you very much for the excellent organization of the company, a wonderful driver, with whom we feel safe, in spite of the difficult road of the country. Helen L.
I’ve been in a fabulous location – Nepal, where the highland paradise in the monasteries and stupas are located near a number of mud and overcrowded houses in the valleys. It is here that you realize the joy of existence on this earth, you begin to ask yourself important questions, and find time to get the answers. Time does not flow in Nepal as elsewhere. I’d love to come back to Nepal I go to a new life after Nepal. Alexander D
I thank Mary Rasbash and Centre A. Sviyasha for a magical journey of my life. Always well-organized and sophisticated and dynamic. Looking back, it’s hard to believe that so many impressions fit in one trip.
This time, I discovered the wonderful country of Bhutan. Magical and amazing. Nepal was in the second RNase and I’m even more in love with him.
Thank you for the opportunity to travel with you. I love to see you halfway around the world and was happy to see the rest
Grateful for the opportunity to visit two interesting countries: Nepal and Bhutan.
The trip was so intense and exciting, adventurous and informative, which is still in my head sounds sounds of mantras, in the heart forever settled melody mountain winds, but at heart opened one more note of self-knowledge. After all, with this, I went to the training of Mary Rasbash ‘Find my purpose, “to travel in remote areas of Nepal, enigmatic and mysterious and fantastic Bhutan.
Opening yourself happened gradually, I learned to read the signs, realized his desire to formulate appropriate goals, and most importantly to meet interesting and diverse people. I am pleased to share their emotions, they overwhelm me. Words can not describe the natural beauty of Nepal and Bhutan. But it is those places gave me the energy that allowed me to decide in my endeavors. I boldly go together with their destiny ahead! I trust the universe
Mary is grateful for the many Razbash tips and advice for organizing the trip and for the cognitive training.