The journeying of Sherpa communities and antique monasteries in Everest region – 15 days.
This trek is marvelous, exploring the tall gorge of the Khumbu with enough time to visit communities and monasteries and to observe the implausible welcoming and generosity of the Sherpa. We fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and walk gradually up to the Dudh Koshi gorge to the capital of Sherpa called Namche. In this place we have enough time to adapt, before following the silence and calm path to the Thame village in the Bhote Koshi gorge. We observe the antique cliff-hugging Buddhist Monastery. Stepping down to Khumjung, we will see the marvelous scenery of Kantega and Thamserku and Nuptse-Lhotse wall with Mt. Everest above.
At Khumjung we will make camp beneath Khumbila Peak which is also called as the home of the patron God of the Khumbu, before marching to Phortse, Pangboche and Thyangboche. The scenery on the way to the path are mind-blowing with the snow covered peaks on all the directions, deep forest, tiny villages, rivers and so on.
Our main and the tallest altitude will be Pangboche which is 3908m and its delightful and perfect monastery. After Pangboche we have to come back Lukla through Thyangboche and Namche. A return back to Kathmandu will finish this heavenly trek. The ideal period for this trek is March and September – December.
Day 1 : Arrive in Kathmandu
You will see our office representative waiting with board and and transfer to Hotel BB Plan.
Day 2 :
Morning guided sightseeing tours, afternoon is free for you to explore the city and check necessary things for trekking. Hotel BB Plan.
Day 3 :
At 7 am commence a scenic drive to Pokhara (200kms/ 6hrs) by A/c Bus, along Ethnical typical village, green field, River valley. Hotel BB Plan.
Day 4 :
Pokhara to Ulleri(1900m/5-6 hrs) Lodge B.L.D. After Breakfast, we drive to new bridge by private vehicle.New bridge is a starting point of trek, we trek through lush green field to Ulleri.
Day 5 :
After Breakfast, Trek to Ghorepani (2775m/ 5-6 hrs) Lodge BLD. Today we ascend all the way to Ghorepani through dense rhododendron forest, Lunch will be provided on the way.
Day 6 :
Trek to Tadapani (2700m/6-7hrs) Lodge BLD. We walk to the top of Poon Hill an early morning to view the Majestic Annapurna Range and Dhaulagiri Range(3192m) before breakfast. After breakfast we begin our descent and Bahune Pati it is a steep climb to the pass at Tadapani.
Day 7 :
Trek to Chomrong (1800m/6-7hrs/ Lodge BLD).The trail drops steeply from Tadapani to cross the Kymnu Khola. After lunch we begin the ascent to the chomrong.
Day 8 :
Trek to Dovan (2700m/ Lodge BLD/5-6HRS), We descend to Chomrong Khola and ascend to the Dovan through bamboo forest and narrow river valley.
Day 9 :
Trek to MBC ( 35000m/Lodge BLD/5-6HRS) We continue through bamboo forest to Hinko cave (3170m). Now the valley narrows into a steep gorge until we pass through the "gates" of the Sanctuary. From here valley widens to MBC.
Day 10 :
Trek to Annapurna Base Camp ( 4100m/ Lodge BLD/ 3HRS).Today the view of Annapurna South, Machapucre and other numerous peak is dramatic.
Day 11 :
Trek to Dovan (Lodge/ 6hrs),We retrace our steps, out of the Sanctuary and down the Modi Khola Valley to Dovan.
Day 12 :
Trek to Chomrong(Lodge BLD/5-6hrs).we retrace our steps down the chomrong Khola Khola and ascend to Chomrong, the first big Gurung village encountered on the way out from the Sanctuary
Day 13 :
Trek to Tolkha (1800m/Lodge BLD/6HRS).Trail steeply drops to the modi Khola, then we continue our path along scenery lust green field and crossing several villages to the Tolkha.
Day 14 :
Trek to Phedi and drive to Pokhara, - Soon after Landrung there is a steep climb to a ridge crest at Bhichok. It is a short, afternoon walk to Dhampus (1 1/2 hours from lunch. From Dhampus the trail follows the ridge then descends to the road where transport will be waiting,5 to 6hrs.BB Plan.
Day 15 :
Afternoon fly to Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel. BB Plan.
Day 16 :
Free day for personal activities.BB Plan.
Day 17 :
Transfer to Airport.
Plans & Pricing:
Permits and Fees
As long as trekkers refrain from climbing up mountains, no special trekking permits are required for visiting this area. An entry fee paid before entering the Sagarmatha National Park is all one needs to pay and this can be taken care of at the National Park desk in Thamel. However for treks to the east of the main Everest trail, an addition permit is required to enter the Makalu-Barun National Park obtainable from the same location in Thamel. Visitors must also carry a TIMS card obtainable free of cost from the Nepal Tourism Board office when they enter this national park.
Climate and best time to visit
The perfect time to trek to the Everest base camp area is Autumn (mid – September till the end of November) and spring (March until mid-May). Temperature will fall significantly as you trek higher each day. The nights are cold (between -10 C to 5C) but the days are sunny and hot (between 10C to 20C). the mornings are generally pleasant and calm as well as clear, with some clouds are seen in the time of afternoon, and that also disappear at the time of night. We don’t recommend you to trek at the time of monsoon and winter because of the poor visibility. Also at the time of winter, the upper parts and the high passes are also covered with snow.
- All the Hotel accommodation on BB Plan, 4-5 Star Hotels Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Transportation: All the transfers by private coach and tourist deluxe coach, Airport transfers & Sight seeing During trek twin sharing accommodation with full board meals (three time a day) drinks: Tea coffee, Hot Chocolate.
- During trek English speaking sherpa Guide and require porters.
- All the permit park fees and entrance fees and insurance for Nepalese, Sleeping Bag & Duffle bag.
- Personnel nature of Expenses and personnel clothing for Trekking Nepal travel insurance & Helicopter rescue, Bar Bills & staff tipping.
This is the first time for our group to visit the Nepal, Bhutan and Kashmir region and we have enjoy it very much. It is very fortunate for us, being our first trip to select your company to arrange for us the tour, and we are very please with your service and support, and your co-ordination with the Bhutan operator. For the Indian operator, except for some minor situations, overall it is satisfactory.
I believe there will be more trips to come and will recommend to you potential future travellers there.