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Trekking in Eastern Himalayas
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Nepal Everest Base Camp
Trek Highlights

Surely most of us must have dreamt of seeing the worlds highest mountain 'Mount Everest'. And there is more to this famous region of Nepal than meets the eye : appealing high mountain villages that seem captured in time; spectacularly - situated Tibetan Buddhist monasteries; several species of lovely rhododendrons; and even unique wildlife like brightly hued impeyan pheasant( the national bird of Nepal). This is also the homeland of the Sherpa people, whose kind Buddhist faith, overwhelming friendliness, and cheerful good nature captivate the heart of every adventure that comes seeking unparalleled mountain views, but discovers much more.

This trek is organized by Col. N. Kumar who was deputy leader of successful Indian expedition to Mount Everest in 1965. Sometimes he accompanies this trip.

Route Chart

Kathmandu - Lukla - Namche Bazar -Gokyo - Ri- Cho La - Kala Pather - Lukla - Kathmandu

Day by Day Itinerary
Day 01 From Kathmandu fly to Lukla, begin trek
Day 02 Trek to Namche Bazar
Day 03 Rest and acclimatize
Day 4 / 8 Trek to Gokyo, visit Mani imdu festival
Day 9

Rest or Climb to Gokyo, Ri (17,984 ft/ 5,483 mt), from where you can see the World's 6th highest peak Cho Oyu

Day 10 / 13 Cross Cho La 17,770 ft/5,400 mt ), ascend Kala Pather (18,188 ft/ 5,545 mt)
Day 14/ 20 Return trek to Lukla
Day 21 Fly to Kathmandu
 
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