A weeklong trek in the Everest region

A weeklong trek in the Everest region

Posted Mar 29th, 2013 under Trip Report,


Ms. Poulsen Gurli Nyander and Mr. Poulsen Stig were enthusiastic trekkers from Denmark. The senior citizens through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel spent a time more than a week at the Everest region from March 15 2013, to March 25 2013. They admirable persons had great time at the foothills of the top of the world-Everest.

Beginning with the bloodcurdling flight to Lukla they began the trek to Monjo 3200m on the very day. The trek very well was designed to allow them the time for proper acclimatization and thorough exploration. Their trek in the Everest region took them to the several villages with cultural richness. Tengboche 3800m with the monumental monastery and magnificent view of Mt. Ama Dablam, Thame 3820m yet another village with monastery along with the Sherpa Capital Namche Bazaar 3450m was on their itinerary.

They possibly had the most wonderful trekking vacation in the Everest region where they witnessed the rich culture of the local inhabitants. They also got an opportunity to get the closer view of Himalayan giants and unique landscapes.

They returned to Kathmandu Airport on March 25 and spent the couple of free days before their departure back home on March 28, 2013.

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