Everest High Passes

...we shouldn't finish without mentioning admiration for the endlessly busy Mr Lama. He like all World Expeditions staff we met, was very charming and knowledgable, this characteristic seems to be a requirement for employment with the company

anon. | Kentucky, USA

Everest Base Camp & Kala Pattar

Our trek to the base of Mount Everest will surpass your expectations. We ascend in true expedition style savoring the quintessential trekking experience with our guides, crew and porters as we ascend to the base of the world's highest mountain. Our carefully devised itinerary reflects our proven track record, with time for safe acclimatisation - the key to any successful trek in the Everest region. Our trail leads through the famous villages of Namche and Khumjung as well as Thyangboche monastery that reflect the renowned Sherpa culture. We include ascents to Kala Pattar (5545m) from where our guides will point out the classic climbing routes to the summit. A foray is also included to Everest Base Camp from where expeditions prepare to climb the world's highest peak. All nights are spent in our exclusive private permanent campsites and handpicked eco lodges.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Kathmandu
DAY 2 In Kathmandu, sightseeing Kathmandu Valley
DAYS 3/4 Fly to Lukla, commence trek through Sherpa villages
DAYS 5/6 Arrive Namche Bazaar, rest and acclimatise with an optional walk to the pretty village of Khumjung
DAYS 7/8 Trek to Dingboche via Thyangboche Monastery
DAY 9 Rest and acclimatise in Dingboche
DAY 10 Slowly ascend through yak pastures to Khumbu Glacier
DAYS 11/12 Ascend Kala Pattar (5545m) to gain uninterrupted views of Everest (8848m) & trek to Everest Base Camp
DAYS 13/15 Return trek via Namche to Monjo
DAY 16 Return to Lukla
DAY 17 Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
DAY 18 In Kathmandu, trip concludes

traveller reviews

Five Stars all the way with World Expeditions!! Excellent campsites - wake up in the most beautiful places in the world, surrounded by craggy, snow-covered mountain peaks, wild rivers and picturesque Nepali villages. Great food, cooked on site by WE cooks and helpers, all trained in hygienic food preparation and service. I had fresh and cooked vegies every day! Plus lots of brekkie options, and delicious soups and meat dishes at night. Group leader Roy spoke excellent English, was very experienced and professional, and could answer all our questions. Roy helped us with finding WIFI spots, charging our devices, finding showers and good laundry options. He was also very entertaining with his singing and guitar! Among many other things he gave us guidance on what layers to wear each day, and most importantly, monitored everyone for signs of altitude sickness. He also walked at the back of our group to keep an eye on everybody and give care and advice to anyone with any problems. Our Sherpa Meg who guided the trek from the front and also helped serve the food, brought us our early morning cup of tea and our wash-bowls, and anything else we needed, was a busy man all day long and nothing was too difficult for him. We had porters to carry our kitbags and they were very well organised by the Sirdar Gopal, picking up our kitbags every morning and delivering them to our new campsite before we got there ourselves. Great work guys. I had a wonderful experience on the trek, amazing scenery and Nepali culture, just lovely people in our group (in fact the best!), we had lots of fun together! The trek was quite strenuous with many, many steep inclines and declines, it was a great achievement for me and I was fortunate to go with such wonderful trek buddies and such an excellent organisation as World Expeditions.

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Trip Code: EBC
Trip Grading: Moderate
Duration:  18 days
Activities:  Trekking
Next Trip:  27 October 2014
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price: $2,750.00 AUD

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