Among the hardest available treks but still these treks are in reach of most people however one must be fit. These trips go above 5000 meters and for the duration of 15 – 20 days walking up to 6-7 hours in a day.
Look at the Everest from different vantage points and mingle with the Sherpa communities inhabiting the Himalayas.
We pass through several villages nestled in the Himalayas in our quest to view Mount Everest from up close. You will experience living in high altitudes and in dangerous terrain but without all the trouble of putting your physical strength and mental resolve to test. Take it as your vacation in the Himalayas.
A representative of Mountain Kick will receive you at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu (4,600 feet). Rest overnight at your hotel musing over your Himalayan adventure ahead.
See Kathmandu first before embarking on your adventure. This ancient city is dotted with royal courtyards, monasteries and temples which offer a glimpse into local culture. Your journey starts the next day and we will brief you on your big trip.
You will reach Lukla, a small tourist town overlooking Everest, in just half-an-hour. Lukla lies officially inside the Everest Region and you will begin your Everest Panorama trek here. We will warm up with a three-hour trek downhill to Phakding village and rest for the day.
We will trek for about six hours to get to Namche Bazaar. You will be entering into the Sagarmatha National Park and walking through suspension bridges over vertigo-inducing gorges to get there. As the name suggests, Namche Bazaar is a thriving marketplace geared for tourists so you might want to go for a last minute shopping or perhaps chill out at a night club.
This is an altitude acclimatization rest day. You can visit the market and meet with local Sherpa people and fellow travellers. Rest well as your trek starts getting tougher from the next day.
Located at the confluence of the Imja River and the Dudh Koshi River, Tengboche is home to the largest monastery in the region the Tengboche monastery. It takes roughly five hours of trekking to get here from Namche.
We will get back now. An easy downhill trek for five hours through forests, suspension bridges and alongside mountain ridges will get you to Namche Bazaar.
It will be a five-hour trek down to Lukla, the place where it all started. Your Everest Base Camp trek ends here and Lukla is famous for hosting your end-of-journey party. You will not have to walk anymore.
After a half hour flight to Kathmandu, the noise of the city will remind you of the tranquility of the Himalayas.
You can spend the day visiting famous landmarks of Kathmandu. Visit royal courtyards, monasteries and temples which have been included in Unesco World Heritage List for their cultural, historical and religious significance. Although damaged by the devastating earthquake of 2015, they still offer a glimpse into local culture. Before you leave, we have a farewell dinner to officially end your vacation. It is your last night in Nepal.
We will drop you to Tribhuvan International Airport and you will be gone with recollections of your Himalayan journey to keep you busy throughout the flight.
In Kathmandu, you will stay in a three-star hotel while you will be staying at standard guesthouses during your travel. There will be electricity, internet, laundry and hot showers in all of the places you stay. You will have to share your room with a fellow traveller in our typical package. Single supplement will be served on request and will cost an additional USD 200.Also note that single rooms is easily available in Kathmandu and the trekking regions at lower elevation but it might be difficult to find them at higher elevations.
First aid and medicines
Do not forget
Note: The lists have been prepared by our guides based on experience and are meant as suggestion for an average trekker. Each trekker will have his/her own preferences and necessities and we recommend carrying everything that you think you might need. You will find several options for each equipment and we advise to select the best match for your particular trip. You can purchase almost everything on the lists in Kathmandu and we are happy to help you choose.
|TRIP STARTS||TRIP ENDS||STATUS||COST|
|October 22, 2018||November 01, 2018||available||$1,685|
|October 25, 2018||November 04, 2018||available||$1,685|
|October 28, 2018||November 07, 2018||available||$1,685|
|October 31, 2018||November 10, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 1, 2018||November 11, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 4, 2018||November 14, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 7, 2018||November 17, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 10, 2018||November 20, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 13, 2018||November 23, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 16, 2018||November 26, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 19, 2018||November 29, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 22, 2018||December 02, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 25, 2018||December 05, 2018||available||$1,685|
|November 29, 2018||December 09, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 1, 2018||December 11, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 4, 2018||December 14, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 7, 2018||December 17, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 10, 2018||December 20, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 13, 2018||December 23, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 16, 2018||December 26, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 19, 2018||December 29, 2018||available||$1,685|
|December 22, 2018||January 01, 2019||available||$1,685|
|December 25, 2018||January 04, 2019||available||$1,685|
|December 28, 2018||January 07, 2019||available||$1,685|
|December 31, 2018||January 10, 2019||available||$1,685|
We give you the power to choose the departure date that suits your group best. A private trip is a perfect solution if you can’t find a published departure date that you and your companions agree on. You can set up a private departure for most of the trips we offer.
We never force our customers to follow our set itinerary.You can customize your itinerary exactly the way you want. Please share with us your ideas.
As one of the core guiding principles for Mountain Kick, we always give back to the mountain community in any way we can as a means of gratitude. The people who live in the Himalayas and share their homes with us deserve to have all their little problems fixed which seem very basic for outsiders but are commonplace in rural Nepal. The people lack proper access to healthcare, sanitation and education but a little effort from travellers goes on a long way to solve these issues. Mountain Kick has made it its corporate social responsibility to help improve the living standards of the local community. We make donations to their cause, organize social campaigns and programs and also have a few trips designed to mix a little volunteer work in your holiday.READ MORE ABOUT CSR