Everest Base Camp- A must visit place on earth.

Everest Base Camp- A must visit place on earth.

Posted Jan 20th, 2013 under Company News, Tourism News, Travel Guide,

 

Two Danish citizens Ms. Anila and Ms. Astrid through our exclusive country partner Kipling travel recently had a trekking tour with us. The 22 days long trek began on November 13 and ended on December 4. The tour covered the most adventurous trek in the world; Trek to Everest Base Camp.

The Danish spent a couple of days on their own at Kathmandu just the days before their flights to Lukla. Everest Base Camp trek is the most visited trekking site in the world. Their trek covered places like Sherpa capital; Namche Bazaar, Hillary Hospital, Ama Dablam Base Camp, Awi Peak, Kalapattar and finally to one of the must go sites as per lonely planet; Everest Base Camp.

The tour was perfectly planned for the adequate exploration around the Everest region and appropriate altitude acclimatization. The trek to the Everest Base Camp basically offers one of the rarest views of Himalayan giants like Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and many more. The trek is also popular for the exciting cultural encounters of great Sherpas along the trail to  Everest Base Camp. The trek is totally along the very rare geographical structures in the nature.

As the trek to the base of Everest concluded on December 1, 2012, the Danish visitors spent  retreating at Kathmandu for the next two days on their own. They were really very satisfied with the excitement during the adventurous trek to Everest Base Camp and thankful to Explore Himalaya for providing them a different color into their lives with such wonderful moments during the trek to Everest Base Camp.

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