A short trek to the Everest

A short trek to the Everest

Posted Jan 24th, 2013 under Trip Report,

 

Two American citizens Mr. Jared Paul Allen and Mr. Aaron Paul Heward recently had the trekking holiday to Everest region with Explore Himalaya. They arrived to Nepal on September 12, 2012 and after the 5 days trek in the Everest region they headed off back to America on 20th.

Before the trek the US visitors had a sightseeing tour around the Kathmandu. They were keen visitors always eager to gain more knowledge during their visit to any site in the valley. However, they seemed to be very much looking forward to their trekking expedition.

After landing at Lukla Airport a long awaited trek for our American visitors instantly kicked off. They explored along the foothills of mighty Everest. Their trek led them to the capital of Himalayan experts or say the great Sherpas; Namche Bazaar. Along the trial viewing the gigantic peaks including Everest, Nuptse, Cho Oyu and many more they also covered the land of sacred Himalayan Monastery at Tyangboche 3864m. From Tyangboche, they slided down to Chumoa and then back to Lukla.

After, an exceptional trek in the Everest region, the Americans were back at Kathmandu. The day before their departure, they wished for a free day at Kathmandu. They free day was a perfect utilization. They explored around Thamel. Wondering around Thamel for a day sounds pretty logical for a visitor as Thamel offers many things to observe and do in the colorful stalls, vendors and shops located here.

The perfect short vacation of Americans came to an end on September 20 and they made their departure with very satisfied hearts.

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