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Nepal Govt. Reg. No.: 75469/ 067/ 068


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Everest Region Trek

everestThe Everest region boasts some of the world’s highest mountains such as the Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and beautiful Mt. Ama Dabalam. It is also the abode of the world famous mountaineers Sherpa people whose warm hospitality and inherent quality as mountain guides and porters have become living myths of the Himalayas. Its active and devout monasteries are the center of the Buddhist Lama culture and its festivals are many and colorful. In this region you will be into the heart of these giant massifs passing through colorful and beautiful Sherpa villages that each has something unique to offer you such as the Yeti’s skull and hands at Pangbuche or the Monastery located at the world’s highest point at Tyangbuche. And of course at every village you will be extended typical Sherpa hospitality.

 

We are very careful to plat your trek days so that you have time to rest and take in the view as well as to acclimatize to the high altitudes. This is most important to know as altitude sickness cannot only ruin your holidays but could sometimes prove fatal as well. In this region, most of the treks commence with flight to Lukla (2800 m), which is a small STOL airstrip (15000 feet length runway). The major trekking routes in the region are:

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We spent 15 days with Yam and his guys, 7 days camping and 8 days tee-house trekking and we had wonderful experience. The service on camping part was even better than the te.. Read more

 

News & Bulletin

Spring Trekking starts from Feb until April 2013

If you plan coming to Nepal spring season trekking,please contact us!!

 

Beautiful Himalayan Helicaptor Tour 2013

summer season from Kathmandu, Mt Everest Region and Lang tang Region.