I Had been thinking about this trip for a long time.Since I booked it last year I had extended communication with the Urusha from the office of HG. She was always kind, polite and knowledgeable.That was my first positive experience with this company. Before we went out for a long hike, Mr Naba in a pre trip briefing explained to us what we could expect, what to do and how to do some things up in the mountains. It was very helpful, an assuring that our health and satisfaction is their priority, Trek itself was nothing but amazing, with stunning and breathtaking views experience. Our small group (Ina, Lucka and me), leader Babu and Yubaraj(sorry my friend, hope I got Your name right this time :) ), runs like a family or best friends group. Lots of laughing, joy and supporting each other. I couldn't possibly ask for a better grout to join. Period. Thank You Guys.I can't also imagine someone better then Babu as our guide and leader. Funny, responsible, allays looking for our best, amazingly knowledgeable an patient. If I decided to go up to Himalayas again, I want only him to be my guide again. He's the best. Due to a heavy snowfall our trip had to be cut short. We couldn't go to Gokyo Lakes via Cho La pass, but even with the part we did I'm so happy. Outstanding scenery, high altitude experience and amazing people. It was more that i expected, just stunning experience.
I would highly recommend Himalayan Glacier to anybody who's looking for lifetime experience in Himalayas. If You Looking for a worry free lifetime experience trip to the place of Your dreams, book it with Himalayan Glacier company.
Last month was an exciting one! I had been planning a surprise for my wife for our 10th wedding anniversary. We traveled to Nepal for a short trek in the Annapurna region and afterwards had two free days. So I booked the one day Helicopter tour of the Everest Base camp from Himalayan Glacier, it was simply the best thing that I did right. The view of the highest mountain from up there was stunning, also the exceptional views at Kalapatthar, where we had a brief stop was simply out of this world. The views of Gokyo valley and the Khumbu icefall were priceless. We would like to thank Himalayan Glacier for all their support, as there was so much rush in the last minute booking. We'll be back again, thank you Nepal for all the love!
I enjoyed this trip fully because of two main reasons. First, the rich cultural heritages that are both different and intriguing in all three places. Second, the staff. The entire Himalayan Glacier staff was very knowledgeable and helpful.
My partner and I have recently completed the Everest Base Camp trek with Himalayan Glacier in December. I could not have asked for a more supportive and trustworthy company to go with. Our guide Dol and porter Mr Fullman were a great and professional team from the minute we were picked up in Kathmandu and throughout our whole trek.
Dol and Fullman were supportive and informative along the whole trek and I would recommend requesting them. At times my partner struggled with altitude sickness and our guide help manage symptoms and our trekking pace to ensure we could reach our target safely. Himalayan Glacier guides are knowledgeable and very attentive; I would recommend this company to anyone thinking of doing the EBC trek.Â
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