On this luxurious 9 day Everest view short trek, you will be staying in modern lodges in Everet region with creature comforts and traditional Sherpa decor, for the first hand exploration of some of the highest mountains in the world including Everest, and traditional Sherpa culture.
The concept of luxury lodges has changed the Everest trekking experience over decades. The group of luxury lodges in the everest region are so located that a long strenous trek hours can be broken down into shorter easier ones , thus making it easy even for trekkers from all age groups. Moreover the facilities including attached bathroom in the rooms, hot shower, high quality cuisine and a warm Sherpa welcome to weary trekkers give an additional significance to the lodges.
Situated in stunning positions amongst the world's highest mountains and reachable by wonderful trekking trails, these lodges offer modern creature comforts in the rich, lustrous decor of traditional Sherpa design.
We have designed this short Everest luxury trek as a fully-inclusive tour package for people who want peace of mind and great value. All transportation and accommodation is organised by us, as is all support necessary for a comfortable trekking experience. All meals are provided throughout the trek. We want you to relax and enjoy your Himalayan experience in utmost comfort, both in Kathmandu City and during the trek itself. We have selected some of the best lodges availabe in the Everest region for extra comfort and hospitality, wonderful rest, and high quality cuisine throughout the journey.
You will receive a fully-inclusive package with 5-star service, travelling in a small or private group, all at an unbeatable price.
You will be in receipt of traditional Nepalese hospitality from the time of booking until the very end of the trip.
Your authentic experience in Nepal will include traditional culinary experiences, unique insights into Hinduism and Buddhism in the country, a first-hand glimpse of philanthropic work done by Sir Edmund Hillary in the Everest region, trekking on a historic trade route and more.
Upon booking, a comprehensive trip note will be provided which includes all essential information about the trip;
A free pre-departure information session will be provided for groups;
A licenced and experienced English-speaking local guide will lead you on your trek and take you on a heritage tour of Kathmandu;
The crew on your trek will do their utmost to ensure your safety and comfort;
Accommodation in Kathmandu and on the trek is carefully selected for your comfort and enjoyment;
Our guide will ensure that you take full advantage of traditional and other culinary experiences in the city and will provide you with a food selection and ordering service on the trek;
Our Nepalese team in Australia will work very closely and around the clock with the ground- operating team in Nepal, comprised of trip managers and Sherpas, throughout your entire journey.
If you book this trip by 30th April, you will receive a $100 gift card which can be used to purchase goods at a local adventure gear shop in Australia.
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√ By booking this trip, you will be supporting local economy and child education in rural Nepal.
1. Shannon Bartier -
"Just wanted to say thank you for a fabulous time we had on our trek to Everest Base Camp and Chitwan Jungle Adventure (November 2012). I bought vouchers ...and not knowing what to expect, I was blown away by the standard of accommodation we received, both in Kathmandu and Chitwan. The local guides were so friendly and helpful...I wouldn't have made Base Camp without Bimal's help! I have been raving to everyone since returning home about how fantastic our 'holiday' was. Thank you again!".
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Trekking in Everest region for the best view of Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt Lhotse (8516m, 4th tallest mountain in the world), Cho Oyu (8201m, 6th tallest mountain in the world), Thamserku (6623m), Nuptse (7816m), Amadablam (6812m), Pumori (7161m), and more;
Staying in modern lodges with authentic decor for extra comfort, better experience and high quality cuisine;
Trekking in the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site full of native flora and fauna;
Travelling along a historical trade route connecting India, Nepal and Tibet;
Observing the lives of the Sherpa people, the spread of Buddhism in this remote but amazing place, and a series of old monasteries;
Visiting a school and hospital built in the Everest region by the legendary Sir Edmund Hillary.
This trek is geared toward people who have always dreamed of seeing Mt. Everest with their own eyes. The trek, furthermore, is recommended for people who would have wished for short trek in Everest with extra comfort to enjoy the awe-inspiring first hand view of Everest without the tireless trek to the basecamp.
Our itinerary is designed for novice trekkers who are in good health and who have a normal level of physical fitness.
If the group departure date doesn't suit you, we can run a private group at a time specified by you (minimum of 2 travellers). Please inquire.
You can extend the trip to visit the Annapurna area or Chitwan National Park for a wildlife safari. You can also add other luxurious activities e.g. golfing, chartered helicopter flights to the Himalayas, and traditional Hindu spa and Ayurvedic massages.
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Arrival in Kathmandu (Altitude 1400m/4593ft). Transfer to hotel (overnight in hotel).
Fly to Lukla (2840m/9318ft) and start trekking. Trek to Phakding (2610m/8563ft). Overnight in our luxurious lodge. Flight Time 35min; Total Walking Time 3 hrs; Distance 8km; Total Ascent 120m; Total Descent 250m.
Trek to Namche (3440m/11286ft). Overnight in our luxurious lodge in Namche. Total Walking Time 5-6 hrs; Distance 15km; Total Ascent 1150m; Total Descent 100m.
Acclamatisation day at Namche. Free day for short hike and cultural exploration of this bustling Sherpa village.
Trek to Monjo (2850m/9350ft). Overnight in a lodge in Monjo.
Trek to Lukla. Overnight in a lodge in Lukla.
Fly back to Kathmandu after breakfast.
Sightseeing of Kathmandu city and a farewell dinner in the evening.
Transfer to airport for departure from Kathmandu.
- Information like altitude, total walking times and distance in the day to day itinerary are approxmate only.
- the itinerary should be regarded as an outline only. The routes may have to be changed due to weather and other unpredictable conditions.
All land transfers, including airport pickups and drop-offs, are provided in a private vehicle;
Domestic airfares to and from Lukla along with relevant airport taxes are covered by us;
The national park entrance fee, Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card fee and sightseeing entrance fee in Kathmandu are covered by us;
An English-speaking trekking leader is provided along with a full complement of crew (including Sherpa and porters) suited to the size of the group;
Aforementioned sightseeing in Kathmandu is offered;
A first aid kit is carried by the crew at all times;
All crew members are fully insured;
Airfares, food, accommodation and equipment as required for the crew are provided by us.
Accommodation in Kathmandu is at a centrally located 5-star hotel. Accommodation for the duration of the trek is provided in some of the best lodges available in the area.
Breakfasts are included during the hotel stay in Kathmandu and three meals a day are included for the duration of the trek.
A private vehicle is provided for all relevant land transfers. Domestic flights to and from Lukla are covered by us.
Any items necessary for the trip, including personal items such as toiletries, need to be provided by you. A recommended list of items will be included in the trip note which will be provided at the time of booking.
One welcome dinner and one farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
International flights, airport departure taxes, visas, insurance, meals not listed, any optional tours and activities during free time, camera fees, excess baggage charges, personal medical supplies, personal trekking equipment, drinking water supplies on the trek, hot water supplies on the trek, showers on the trek (if available), bar bills, laundry charges, tips or gratuities and items of a personal nature are not covered by us.
Any extra costs incurred due to unforeseen events or circumstances beyond the control of our agents or representatives, such as 'Nepal bandh' (strikes and closures), natural calamities, flight delays and flight cancellations, will not be covered.