Photo of a tea house in the trail to Everest Region

Food and Accommodation in Everest Base Camp Trek

In general, a teahouse is something more than what the name suggests. It is a stopover where trekkers stay overnight, have their food, and perhaps use other available services. Food on Everest Base Camp trek is more or less the same at most teahouses.  Teahouse accommodation – twin sharing bedroom Perhaps, it was just a...
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Mani Rimdu Festival in the Everest Region

What makes Mani Rimdu Festival unique?

Every year, for 19 days, Sherpas from all over the region come together to celebrate the Mani Rimdu festival. For this purpose, traditional drums and chanting echo through the Himalayas. And the monastic communities participate in the masked dances and prayers in Tengboche Monastery. That too, for three whole days on the lap of Mt....
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Annapurna Base Camp vs Everest Base Camp Comparison

Annapurna Base Camp vs Everest Base Camp

Get your facts right before deciding where to trek: Annapurna base camp trek or Everest base camp trek? So, you want to hike in the Himalayas? That’s fantastic! And, if you are still unclear in making a sensible decision, you might want to keep on reading. We have tried to bring out all the aspects...
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Situation of recent Dengue Outbreak in Nepal

Dengue Fever Outbreak and the current situation in Nepal

Dengue Fever, a viral infection transmitted to humans through mosquito bites, is a year-round threat in Nepal. The highest risk of Dengue is around June through September (the prime rainy season in Nepal). In recent times, Dengue has been a primary health concern in Nepal. Therefore, if you are traveling to Nepal anytime soon, you...
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Tourists on their way to the everest base camp trek

How many days to trek to Everest Base Camp?

It takes an average of 12 to 16 days to complete the Everest Base Camp Trek, the gateway to the tallest peak in the world. The trek is divided into two portions: the journey from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to the base camp. The duration of the Everest Base Camp trek depends on...
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Lukla Airpot and its alternatives when flight is cancelled

Best Alternative Options for Lukla Flight Cancelation

It is a quite common thing to the frequent Everest travelers that Lukla flights can get canceled, even at the last minute. Due to the bad and unpredictable weather conditions in the Himalayas, Lukla-Kathmandu-Lukla flights are inconsistent. This happens usually during the onset of the monsoon season until the early fall season. Rapid change in...
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Lukla Airport

Interesting facts about Lukla Airport

A 30 to 40-minute flight from Kathmandu will take us to Lukla, a small town at the foot of Mt. Everest. One of the world’s most dangerous airports in Lukla is the gateway to the Everest region. Also known by the name Tenzing Hillary airport, this little airport at Lukla has a short runway. However,...
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Camping and Sleeping at everest base camp

Why Should I Sleep at the Everest Base Camp?

The Everest base camp trek in itself is a trip of a lifetime. But as the dusk arrives and trekkers have to return to their teahouses and lodges for the night, the magic of the Himalayas becomes inaccessible. Sleeping at Everest base camp breaks the barriers of the ordinary for an exceptional experience in the...
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Beginners Climbing one of the 7 easiest mountains to climb in Nepal

Top 7 easiest mountains to climb in Nepal for beginners

Nepal is a climber’s dream. Whether you’re a seasoned mountaineer or a beginner looking for an introduction to mountaineering. The Nepalese Himalayas have it all. Home to the awe-inspiring Himalayan range containing imposing 8000ers like Mt. Everest, it is hard to believe climbing in Nepal could ever be easy. But we’re here to prove you...
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Why Nepal’s Everest Base Camp is the trek of a lifetime

Why Nepal’s Everest Base Camp is the trek of a lifetime?

Immersing into the wonder of the Great Himalayas, the Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal is matchlessly beautiful.  The challenging and rugged trails of the most popular route have always attracted hundreds of thousands of skilled trekkers and climbers from around the globe. Right from staying in the picturesque villages set amidst the soaring peaks...
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