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Everest Base Camp Trek Nepal is one of the most stirring and scenic in the Himalaya. The landscape
is diverse and picturesque, the lodgings and tracks are of a very high standard, and the interaction
between the local Sherpa people is unmemoriable.Everest's overwhelming summit takes off so high that
trekking to its base camp (17,590') is still an experience of the most noteworthy sort. Join National
Geographic on a 14-day Himalayan trek to Everest's Southern Face Base Camp through a portion of the
world's most tremendous mountain landscape. Burn through two days finding the memorable fortunes of
Kathmandu. Remain in towns set against taking off, rugged apexes; become acquainted with the one of a
kind culture of the Sherpas; and walk trails fixed with mani stones, engraved with Tibetan Buddhist
petitions. Find remote mountain cloisters and find out about the Sherpas' otherworldly point of view on
the mountains they call home.
Begin both of our Everest Base Camp treks in enthusiastic Kathmandu, loaded with fine wooden
structures and bright sanctuary buildings, before traveling to the Sherpa town of Lukla. Here's the place
the fun starts with a light trek to Phakding for acclimatization. Climbing through excellent pine
timberland and intersection the acclaimed Hillary Suspension Bridge, you'll see grand streams and
interesting towns before you get your first look at Everest while in transit to Namche Bazaar. The lofty
move to the Hotel Everest View, the most noteworthy place inn on the planet at 3,880m, offers amazing
vistas and is a superb stop before continuing to the foot of the Sacred Mountain Khumbila.
including mountain goats and deer. The edge scale the Imja Khola Valley and on to Dingboche offers an
opportunity to visit an old religious community. The Chukkung Valley is one of the highlights of the
Everest Base Camp trek with forcing mountain pinnacles and extraordinary fluted ice dividers. As the
trail steadily climbs, all the more shocking perspectives anticipate before achieving Everest Base Camp
where Edmond Hillary started his unbelievable rising. Wonder in your accomplishment with your
kindred trekkers and delight in the 'undertaking life' before heading back downhill to Lukla.
Itenary - 19 Days
Days 1 and 2 — Kathmandu, Nepal
Touch base in Kathmandu and exchange to our lodging, where we'll assemble for an introduction. Spend
the next day finding medieval Kathmandu. Wander into Pashupatinath and visit Nepal's biggest Buddhist
stupa, the Bodhnath Stupa, both piece of UNESCO's World Heritage site.
Day 3 — Lukla/Begin Trek/Phakding
locale of the Himalaya. Here, we'll meet our watchmen, Sherpa aides, and pack creatures and begin our
trek, diving 1,500 feet to the Dudh Kosi (River of Milk). As we take the trail to the town of Phakding,
we'll pass mani dividers, rocks cut with Tibetan Buddhist petition engravings. (5 miles climbing, 3 hours).
The trail proceeds with north up the Dudh Kosi valley to Monjo, where it formally enters Sagarmatha
(Everest) National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Get a first look at Everest amid a precarious
climb that conveys us to the Sherpa advertise town of Namche Bazaar, our home for the following two
evenings. We'll spend an additional day here to adjust, taking off on short climbs to take in perspectives
of Everest. (Day 4: 6 miles climbing, 5-6 hours; Day 5: 3-4 miles discretionary climbing, 2-2.5 hours).
exchanging course over the Nangpa La (go) amongst Tibet and Nepal. Cross the Bhote Kosi and climb
steeply tough to Thami. (2-3 miles climbing; 4-5 hours).
Day 7 — Khumjung
Wander into Thami Monastery (13,000'), then backtrack your means before turning tough toward the
dazzling town of Khumjung, where Sir Edmund Hillary built up a school in 1961. Visit the school and
find out about "Sir Ed's" different tasks in the group. (7 miles climbing; 5-6 hours).
Set out through the Dudh Kosi canyon to Tengboche Monastery on a standout amongst the most lovely
valley strolls on Earth. The religious community is the home of the Rimpoche of Tengboche. After our
visit, drive to our hotel in Debuche. (7-8 miles; 5-6 hours).
Days 9 and 10 — Dingboche
pinnacle of Ama Dablam towering straightforwardly overhead, climb up to the remote town of
Dingboche, where we will burn through two evenings outdoors. The following day, take off on a
standout amongst the most picturesque climbs of the outing, a discretionary 2,100-foot move to
Nangkartshang Peak (16,672') to see Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu (three of the six most astounding
crests on the planet). (Day 9: 6 miles climbing, 5 hours; Day 10: 4 miles climbing, 5-6 hours ).
Days 11 and 12 — Lobuje/Gorak Shep
Proceed to the valley floor to Dughla (15,157'), where we stop for lunch before climbing on Lobuje. The
following day, stroll to the edge of the Khumbu Glacier then climb up to the town of Gorak Shep, settled under
the taking off summits. Move up Kala Pattar (18,192') for an emotional close-up perspective of Everest. (Day
11: 4 miles climbing, 5-6 hours; Day 12: 5 miles discretionary climbing, 2-3 hours).
Climate allowing, we'll take off on the last move to Everest Base Camp, tucked into the mountainside
under the shimmering Khumbu Icefall. Come back to Lobuje for the night. (9 miles climbing; 9-10
Backtrack your means along the Imja Khola to Debuche. The next day, climb down a lofty trail to the
restful trek back to Lukla. (Day 14: 9-10 miles climbing, 6-7 hours; Day 15: 8-9 miles climbing, 5-7
hours; Day 16: 9 miles climbing, 8 hours).
Day 17 — Lukla/Kathmandu
Climate allowing, we'll fly back to Kathmandu today and appreciate whatever remains of the day at
recreation. We have planned an additional day in the event of a postponement in our flight.
Investigate the town of Bhaktapur, which has saved its antiquated character. See the sanctuaries and royal
residences of Durbar Square and look at the complicated Sun Dhoka, an overlaid copper entryway created
in 1753. This evening, Kathmandu is yours to investigate. The next day, leave Kathmandu on your toward
home bound flight.