Everest, the crown of the world is the Nepalese pride. Myriads of adventure seekers throng to this adventurous destination every year with the strong desire of closely viewing the mighty Everest towering beyond the sky in the Khumbu region of Nepal.
Electrifying flight to the world’s one of the high altitude airports, Lukla 2900m
The cultural encounters in the frequent highland settlements of indigenous Sherpas including the Sherpa capital, Namche Bazaar 3440m
The friendly and hospitable natives
The biodiversity of floras, faunas, Himalayan wild animals and colorful birds at Sagarmatha National Park
The pleasant walk along the lush vegetation of rhododendron, firs, pines and oak forest
The panoramic views of towering Himalayan giants including Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Lobuche and many more
The visit to sacred highland monasteries including the one at Tengboche 3846m
Kalapattar 5545m, the highest cabinet meeting point
Everest Base Camp 5357m
During the Nepal tour from February 18 to March 10, 2012 Mr. Flemming, Ms. Johanneson Connie and Ms. Koch Henriette from Denmark not only trekked to the grand Himalayan sites of the Everest region, they also enjoyed 3 and half free days at Kathmandu to rejoice their huge achievement of successfully making to the Everest Base Camp and the several celebrated sites of the region.
The Danish visitors through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel also had a concise sightseeing tour of Kathmandu city before their departure to their trekking expedition to the Everest Base Camp. The cultural tour of Kathmandu city refers to come across the numerous shrines and monuments almost at every corner of the city. Kathmandu is a heritage city, where in the good old days number of temples and monasteries equalled the number of houses in the city and the deities within them equalled the number of people in the city.
The trek began at Lukla on February 20. Their trek covered most of the eminent sites of the Everest region. The Sherpa capital Namche, home of Hillary Hospital Khumjung, sacred Gompa at Pangboche,Ama Dablam Base Camp, excellent view-point for Everest and other Himalayan giants; Gorakshep, the highest altitude cabinet meeting point; Kalapattar and the base of mighty Everest the Everest Base Camp.
After the two weeks long time spent at Himalayas which was very well planned for abundant acclimatization and exploration, the Danish visitors had the worthy memories captured in their cameras and brains. They were enjoying their free days at Thamel Kathmandu however, the beauties along the trial during the trek to Everest Base Camp was still in their eyes.
They finally made the exodus back home on March 10,2012 with loads of the most beautiful experiences and spell-bounding encounters in this Himalayan nation.
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.
Frank Mayes, along with his family, explored the scenic and cultural hotspots of Kathmandu and Pokhara recently. The Mayes family (from USA )had actually planned to visit Everest Base Camp in Tibet but had to scrap their plans due to permit issues. As an alternative tour, the Mayes family enjoyed a cultural and scenic extravaganza to Nepal’s tourist hotspots Kathmandu and Pokhara. Before their departure, EH met up with Frank Mayes . Here’s his feedback:
EH: How was your tour?
Frank Mayes: Overall we had a very good and enjoyable time. We liked the people we met and the guide.
EH: How was the service of our staffs and guide in Kathmandu and Pokhara?
FM: The service of the guides was very good and we enjoyed their company. We felt very safe and secure with the company.
EH: Any special moment you would like to share?
FM: I personally enjoyed the music and dinner that we had. All of us enjoyed our visit to the Monkey Temple (Swoyambhunath). Visiting there is lot of fun and we learnt a lot about the origin of the Kathmandu Valley from that trip. The Hindu temple of Pashupatinath was also quite interesting.
Two trekkers Moshe Kozlovski and Drora Levi Kozlovski from Israel planned to do the trip that blends with the cultural and adventure in Tibet. They decided to go for the ‘Tingri to Everest Base camp trek’ which was mixed with the tour to the different monasteries in Lhasa, Shightse, Gyantse as well as trekking to the lap of the Everest – the highest mountain of the world starting from the small bustling Tibetan market of Tingri.
They spent 4 days for the sightseeing tour to Potala Palace, Norbulinkha Palace, Drepung and Sera Monastery and Jokhang Temple and acclimatization in Lhasa before crossing the passes of 5000 m. On the way, they visited Yam Drok Tso Lake, Gyantse Dong, Kubum in Gyantse and Tashilampo Monastery in Shightse which have their own religious importance.
The trek was accompanied by an experience guide and a cook from Nepal. Because of the bad weather, they could only trek up to Lung Thang. Although, they could not accomplish the trek, they drove to the Everest Base camp, the main destination of the trek and further to Kathmandu.
The clients were satisfied with the level of service of our guide and supporting staffs and wish to come in future to complete the same trek!
Tingri to Everest Base camp trek
Overall it was a great trip. I was well taken care of in Beijing both in arrival and departure. My dealings with the representatives in Kathmandu was absolutely excellent.
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