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Backpacker Magazine – March 2012

Everest Confidential: Trekking Through Nepal's Khumbu Region

See the Himalayan giants--and cross three passes more than 17,000 feet high--on this off-the-radar route through the Khumbu region.

by: Justin Nyberg

Leah climbing Cho La (Hage Photo)
Leah climbing Cho La (Hage Photo)
Suspension bridge Over Dudh Kosi (Hage Photo)
Suspension bridge Over Dudh Kosi (Hage Photo)
Climbing Cho La (Hage Photo)
Climbing Cho La (Hage Photo)

Getting There
From Kathmandu, fly to Lukla on Yeti Airways (from $100 one way; yetiairways.com).

Permit
Pick up a TIMS independent trekking permit ($10/person; taan.org.np) in Kathmandu.
Season Autumn boasts the clearest skies, but highest traffic. April has slightly fewer crowds, and blooming flowers.

Itinerary Many hikers go counterclockwise, since the route climbs more gradually in that direction. Go against the grain. Just take your time to get to Thame—the trip unfolds better, with more spectacular views, going east. Ideally, budget a full month to give yourself time for side trips, weather delays, and sick days.

Teahouses
Expect to pay up to $6 per night for a double room, and $3-$8 for meals.

Island Peak $400 permit (and guide/gear) available in Chukkung. Get almost as high—no fee or climbing skill required—by scrambling to the top of Chukkung Tse, a 19,282-foot hill above town.
Map Get the Schneider 1:50,000 series Khumbu Himal in Namche Bazaar.

Guidebook Trekking in the Everest Region, by Jamie McGuinness, 5th edition ($16).

Porter/guide Most of the eager guides crowding arrivals at the Lukla airport are competent, but get a personal recommendation from your hotel operator (ask for Dawa Sherpa from Bhojpur!). Expect to pay $20 a day, plus a 20-percent tip.

Cost $*

GPS data Get a complete tracklog and more at backpacker.com/nepal12.
Be careful what you wish for.
The cliché echoes in my head as I stare numbly at the bushes and boulders receding in the distance. My partner Leah Gallant and I are one week into a month-long circuit of the Everest region of Nepal, stopped dead in our tracks at 14,000 feet in an isolated valley close to the Tibetan border. The trail, which has grown progressively more indistinct and narrow over the last four hours, has finally vanished into a web of animal paths that fade in the brush. Around us, arid foothills fold up into craggy peaks of neck-straining scale. The irony is painfully obvious: We’ve come in search of something most trekkers in the Khumbu never experience—something akin to raw wilderness—and we’re getting more than we bargained for.

It’s an unheard-of problem elsewhere in the Everest area, where the well-trod trails are as wide as a highway lane, worn by centuries of yak trains and four decades of trekker traffic. Not here. After two days of hiking up the Bhote Kosi valley, on the western side of Sagarmatha National Park, we’ve strayed far enough from the high-use areas that the route forward is too faint to follow. I know we can ask for help, but that seems almost as bad as getting lost. Leah has no such reservations.

“Let’s wait for Dawa,” she says. Dawa is our porter. A porter I didn’t want to hire. A porter I’m still not sure I want. It feels like cheating. Plus, our communication strains the limits of my Nepali phrase book, and it seems that regardless of the question, Dawa’s answer is always a big grin and the same words, “Yeah, yeah, no problem.” I’m not even sure he’s ever traveled this route.

It’s getting late, and clouds are beginning to gather around the peaks. Somewhere in the valley ahead of us is Lungde, the last tiny hamlet that offers shelter, a safe haven where we can sleep before heading over the 17,500-foot pass beyond. We’re not facing a crisis, exactly, but it’s not the kind of place to be wandering around in the dark, in subfreezing weather, without a tent or stove.

Just then, Dawa catches sight of us and calls out from down the hill.

“Sister! Justin! This way,” Dawa says, stomping through the knee-high underbrush with Leah’s pack.

“Are you sure, Dawa?” I ask.

“Yeah, yeah, no problem.”




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Annapurna base camp trek
Jul 21, 2014

Annapurna Base camp Trekking - 15 Days
The combination of easy walking and majestic scenery makes the trek commonly known as Annapurna Sanctuary.
The Annapurna Base camp trekking is one of the popular trekking destinations in Nepal. It is the moderate and classic trek to the Annapurna Base Camp (4200m) within the beautiful lush of the Annapurna Sanctuary.
Annapurna Base camp trekking is well known for the beautiful scenery of the high peaks as well as the traditionally and culturally rich Gurungs and Magar dominated villages. The trek starts from the Nayapul after the exploration of the beautiful valley of Pokhara. The trekking to the Annapurna base camp gives you an opportunity to have the panoramic views of the Mt Annapurna I, Annapurna III (7555m), Gangapurna (7454m) and Machhapuchchhre (6999m), Lamjung himals(6986m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Nilgiri(7041m), and many more peaks circling around the route. To be noted Annapurna I is one of the tenth highest peak of the world. This isolated cirque of peaks can only be approached by one route, a deep gorge that carves into the fortress of mountains between Machhapuchhre and Hiunchuli. The trail climbs gently through traditional villages, terraced fields on the bank of Modi river, waterfalls and lush rhododendron forests. Not only this you will find the diversity of the flora and fauna in the protected regions of Annapurna. The trek gives the experience of the blend of the splendid beauty of nature, precise cultural hospitality along with the wilderness journey to face that you will rarely get elsewhere.

http://www.nepaltrekkingtour.com/annapurna-base-camp-trekking-15-days.html

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Jul 20, 2014

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My name is Sanjib Adhikari. As an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, I would like to welcome everyone in my motherland country Nepal.

Best freelancer trek guide Nepal
Jul 04, 2014

Hi Namaste ,
All of Travllers,

I am Tulasi Ram Paudel Grade “A” license holder from Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation. Professional freelance (Independent) Trekking Guide in the Nepal, I have been trekking guide since 1995 in this Tourism industry with local trekking / tour guide from Pokhara. who operators tour, Trekking and Hiking independently in the Nepal, Specially Everest / Annapurna / Upper Mustang / Langtang/ Nar-Phu Vally trek . who was my Clients they all recommended me to do individually, and now I am working as a Independently professional and friendly service trekking guide in the Nepal, I collected some valuable knowledge and skill from my past experiences which I earned myself a good deal of enjoyment from foreigners who visit Nepal. They are pleased with me and more than a confidently recommends me to other new clients. Because they trust me and they know my services, I' m well versed in Nepal's mountains, flora and fauna, about of high altitude ,Mountain sickness,first aid, culture,religious because I am also related with Sociology/Anthropology in government University. I love mountains and wish to make very happy trek a experience for all my customers who would like to enjoyed the treks to a great extent / services and trek to Nepal is a must for all adventurous and nature lovers since this land locked mountainous country is filled with vast nature's bounty with wide range of geographical features; variety of natural vegetation and beautiful landscape. In addition to this nature's endowment is its rich Himalayan culture. Thousands of visitors trek to different parts of Nepal every year to experience its rustic charm of nature and culture. That's why I appeal to all the nature lovers of the world to come to Nepal to have a time of their life. I offer tea house Trekking / Camping / Mountaineering / Sightseeing tour / Jungle safari / Pilgrim's tour / Village tour / Home stay tour / and many more. You can inquire me before you depart from your place. Here tea-house trekking routes are famous for some regions they are: Annapurna region / Everest region / Langtang / Gosaikunda . so, between these regions habitually, Annapurna, Everest and Langtang are well-known for tea-house in Nepal . Most trekkers go to these areas, between 1500 to 4000 meters, although some popular parts reach over 5500 meters. I can make easy you with your entire preparations schedule and help you visit around the Holy place / Local village town and speak with local peoples.
Thanking and Have a nice travel in Nepal,

Mail: tulasip@hotmail.com
www..trekwithguide.blogspot.com
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Tulasi Ram Paudel
Jun 11, 2014

Everest Base Camp trekking in Nepal
Max.elevation : 5445m
Type of trek : Moderate+challange
Duration of day :7-14days
Duration a day walking:3-6 hours

Everest Base Camp trekking in Nepal ,Mt. Everest, at 29,028 ft is the highest mountain peak of the world. Also, known by the third pole, Everest soars as Sagarmatha high above the sky and the clouds.This region also includes Lhotse (27,923 ft), Cho Oyu (26,750 ft) and Amadablam (22,491 ft). Everybody knows of Mt Everest and that is the simple reason. The trek has a number of stunning attractions, but it also has some distinct drawbacks which might well deter potential trekkers were it not for the undeniable plus point of being able to say you have been to the base of the highest mountain in the world. The attractions include spectacular scenery and the outgoing Sherpa people of the Solu Khumbu, the region where Mt. Everest and it attendant lesser peaks are located. The drawbacks include the long, hard slog to get there and the acclimatization problems caused by the regions considerable altitude. Itis not until you get right into the Solu Khumbu region that the Everest trek really gets interesting. The first part of the trek is not only a hard slog, but is also pretty sparse in the breathtaking views department. The hard slog comes about because the trek does not follow valleys-like the Annapurna treks-instead the Everest trek cuts across the valleys. So for day after day it is a tiring the other. The Everest trek starts in the Nepali speaking Hindu lowlands and ends in the Tibetan-Buddhist highlands where the Sherpas are renowned for their enterprise, hard work, civic responsibility and devotion to the practice of Buddhism.

Everest Comfort Itinearay:
(Please Note: If the Below schedule does not meet your need and interest, I can design individualized travel plans based on your preferences.)
Day 01 - Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2850 M)
Day 02 - Trek Pakding to Namche Bazzar (3446 M)
Day 03 - Namche rest for acclimatization
Day 04 - Trek Namche to Thyangboche
Day 05 - Trek Thyangboche to Namche Bazzar Day
06 - Trek Namche to Lukla
Day 07 - Fly Lukla to Kathmandu Everest
Explore:

Day 1:Fly Kathmandu to Lukla
We will make an early morning start for the Twin Otter flight to Lukla (2,840m/9,317ft), the gateway to the Khumbu. This is an exciting flight, which should give a glimpse of Everest in the distance. In Lukla, we will meet our trek staff and porters and set off straightaway for our first night's stop at Monjo. Situated on the banks of the Dudh Kosi, which drains the whole of the Khumbu Region, this small hamlet is on the main trade route through the area and there are a number of clean, well-built lodges where we can spend the night.

Day 2: Trek to Namche Bazaar
We will continue up the banks of the Dudh Kosi, crossing it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo where we will enter the Khumbu National Park. We will then cross the confluence of the Dudh Kosi and the Bhote Kosi on a high suspension bridge and climb steeply for about two hours up 'Namche Hill' to reach Namche Bazaar (3,400m/11,155ft). This is a prosperous trading town and the capital of the Khumbu Region. Many Tibetans cross the nearby border to trade their wares and the local market is a fascinating spectacle. This is a good place to buy genuine Tibetan artefacts. Just across the valley to the east stand the peaks of Thamserku and Kangtega, both very impressive mountains.

Day 3:At leisure in Namche Bazaar
We will spend three nights in Namche Bazaar. During this critical acclimatisation phase (see 'Caudwell Xtreme Everest Research' above), we will spend time resting and trekking to higher altitudes. This will allow our bodies to become acclimatised to the altitude of 3,450m (11,300ft). On the first morning, there is the option of walking up to the Everest View Hotel (3,900m/12792ft), returning to Namche for lunch. The afternoon can be spent sampling the delights of the Namche bakery!

Day 4: Trek to Tengeboche or Deboche
From Namche, the well-worn Everest trail contours around the side of the valley high above the Dudh Kosi. As we follow the path, we will get our first really good views of the great peaks of the Khumbu: Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam. Passing by several villages and numerous tea shops, we will cross the Dudh Kosi River and make a steep climb to Thyangboche, home of an impressive and recently rebuilt monastery. We have plenty of time to look around Thyangboche (and have a cake at the bakery!), but at the height of the season it is a busy place, so we will drop down to the river and the village of Deboche (3,700m/12,135ft) a little further along the trail, where we will stay in a relaxing lodge.

Day 5: Trek to Dingboche
Shaded by rhododendron trees, the trail crosses an airy suspension bridge just beyond Deboche. An hour's walking from here will bring us to Pangboche, an excellent viewpoint for Ama Dablam ('Mother's Charm Box') and home for the Sherpas who work on this imposing mountain each post-monsoon season. Contouring up the valley side, we will re-cross the river and turn up the Imja Valley to reach the picturesque farming village of Dingboche (4,410m/14,465ft).

Day 6:
Acclimatisation
Dingboche is a good location for acclimatisation, prior to our ascent up the upper section of the Khumbu Valley. While in Dingboche, we can attend a seminar about high altitude acclimatisation at the hospital in nearby Pheriche, run by the Himalayan Rescue Association. The walk over to Pheriche and back will also serve as good acclimatisation training and so make the walk doubly worthwhile.

Day 7:Trek to Lobuche
We will retrace our steps back to Pheriche before continuing along the trail up the broad valley bottom towards Dugla. Ahead of us is the trekking peak of Lobuje East (6,119m/20,075ft), which is one of the objectives on our Khumbu Climber itinerary, and to our left is the formidable north.
Day 9: Trek to Gorak Shep
About three hours beyond Lobuje we reach Gorak Shep (5,220m/17,126ft), the site of the 1953 expedition's base camp. When we will be there, take the lunch and walk to Visit Everest Base Camp (5,600m/18,370ft)Contouring along the valley side, the trail leads on to the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and becomes quite vague, weaving between mounds of rubble. After about 3 hours we will eventually reach base camp near the foot of the Khumbu Icefall. For those visiting base camp in the spring, it is a chance to meet teams making an ascent of the mountain. Here we hope to meet up with members of the Jagged Globe Everest South Col team, and catch up on their news of the climb so far. Base Camp is actually spread over quite a wide area and we will spend some time wandering through it and getting a sense of what it must be like to be camped here for two whole months, whilst attempting the mountain. To go any further than base camp, you will need to be a mountaineer)
.
Day 10:Climb Kala Pattar and trek to Pheriche
Today we will make an ascent of Kala Pattar (5,545m/18,188ft) in Morning before come the sun out (sunrise time). The climb takes between 2 and 3 hours and can be hard work, but the effort is rewarded by the classic view of Everest and the Khumbu Icefall, as well as Lhotse, Nuptse, and Pumori immediately above and after the pictures, we will be down in Gorak sheep.
We retrace our steps to Lobuje, and return down the Khumbu Valley, stopping for a break in Dugla. With views of the stunning peak of Ama Dablam ahead of us, we continue along the flat valley to Pheriche.

Day 11:Trek to Kyangjuma
Following the main Everest trail down the beautifully scenic valley, we pass through Pangboche and re-cross the river before climbing to the monastery at Thyangboche. A steep descent of around 1500ft/500m leads through bird filled rhododendron bushes and fir trees to the Dudh Kosi River. From here we will continue to Kyangjuma (3,550m/11,545ft) to spend the night.

Day 12:Trek to Monjo
Crossing on yet another suspension bridge, we climb up the opposite side of the valley to reach the contouring path leading back through Namche Bazaar. We should have enough time in Namche to shop and relax in the bakery with a coffee and a cake, or even to check the Internet. A steep descent for 600m/2,000ft down Namche Hill leads to the suspension bridge crossing the Dudh Kosi river and the small village of Monjo (2,835m/9,300ft). Not only is Monjo a quieter place to stay than Namche, it also means our porters have a less strenuous walk back to Lukla tomorrow.

Day 13: Trek to Lukla
The trail now flattens out and we cross the river twice more before a rising traverse up the hill-side, past numerous tea-houses to Lukla. Our last day of steady trekking will be a real joy as at lower altitudes, with two weeks behind us, and nothing left to prove, we can soak up the atmosphere in each of the villages we amble through. All excess energy is guaranteed to be exhausted at our party this evening with our Nepalese crew.

Day 14: Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
An early morning flight. We will be met at the domestic airport in Kathmandu and taken to the Summit Hotel. The afternoon can be spent exploring the city and visiting some of the temples, or simply browsing bookshops and shopping in the Thamel area. The team may choose to eat at the Summit Hotel tonight or in town at one of the many excellent restaurants.

For more details :
Independent trekking guide in Nepal
Tulasi Ram Paudel
mail: tulasip@hotmail.com
www.trekguidenepal.weebly.com
www.trekwithguide.blogspot.com

Tulasi Ram Paudel
Jun 11, 2014

Hi Namaste ,
All of Travllers,

I am Tulasi Ram Paudel Grade “A” license holder from Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation. Professional freelancer (Independent) Trekking Guide in the Nepal, I have been trekking guide since 1995 in this Tourism industry with local trekking / tour guide from Pokhara. who operatorsTour, Trekking and Hiking independently in the Nepal, Specially Everest / Annapurna / Upper Mustang / Langtang/ Nar-Phu Vally trek . who was my Clients they all recommended me to do individually, and now I am working as a Independently professional and friendly service trekking guide in the Nepal, I collected some valuable knowledge and skill from my past experiences which I earned myself a good deal of enjoyment from foreigners who visit Nepal. They are pleased with me and more than a confidently recommends me to other new clients. Because they trust me and they know my services, I' m well versed in Nepal's mountains, flora and fauna, about of high altitude ,Mountain sickness,first aid, culture,religious because I am also related with Sociology/Anthropology in government University. I love mountains and wish to make very happy trek a experience for all my customers who would like to enjoyed the treks to a great extent / services and trek to Nepal is a must for all adventurous and nature lovers since this land locked mountainous country is filled with vast nature's bounty with wide range of geographical features; variety of natural vegetation and beautiful landscape. In addition to this nature's endowment is its rich Himalayan culture. Thousands of visitors trek to different parts of Nepal every year to experience its rustic charm of nature and culture. That's why I appeal to all the nature lovers of the world to come to Nepal to have a time of their life. I offer Teahouse Trekking / Camping / Mountaineering / Sightseeing tour / Jungle safari / Pilgrim's tour / Village tour / Home stay tour / and many more. You can inquire me before you depart from your place. Here tea-house trekking routes are famous for some regions they are: Annapurna region / Everest region / Langtang / Gosaikunda . so, between these regions habitually, Annapurna, Everest and Langtang are well-known for tea-house in Nepal . Most trekkers go to these areas, between 1500 to 4000 meters, although some popular parts reach over 5500 meters. I can make easy you with your entire preparations schedule and help you visit around the Holy place / Local village town and speak with local peoples.
Thanking and Have a nice travel in Nepal,

Mail: tulasip@hotmail.com / paudel_6@yahoo.com

Websites: www.trekguidenepal.weebly.com/

www.trekwithguide.blogspot.com

www.facebook.com/trekguidetulasi
Mobile No : +977-9846058846

Annapurn base camp trek tour
Apr 09, 2014

Annapurnna package trekking 500$

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek or Annapurna base camp trek
Annapurna Base Camp is one of the best treks of Nepal as it is the combination of splendid natural scenery with the blend of cultures. The major attractions of this place are the Annapurna Himal including Himchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna, Annapurna II, Annapurna III and Machhapuchhre and many more.
The terraced farmland above Pokhara and the pastures, the deep forests of oak, bamboo and rhododendron provides an alluring sensation. The view of Dhaulagiri and Kali Gandaki is even more appealing. The visit to the inner sanctuary of Annapurna gives you the panoramic views of ten peaks over 6000m. The Natural hot spring at Jhinudanda is quite relaxing.
The ABC is suitable for any trekker who has enough stamina to walk few hours a day. Previous trekking experience is not necessary and one does not need to be super fit. Daily exercise prior to the trip is strongly recommended. February to June and September to December is the favorable time to enjoy this trek.
Trip Facts
• Trekking Duration: 14 Days
• Grade: Medium-Hard
• Maximum Altitude: 5424 m
• Best Seasons: March - Jun, Oct - Dec
• Type of Trek: Lodges / Tea House
• Commences At: Kathmandu
• Ending At: Kathmandu
Annapurna base camp Trek or Annapurna Sanctuary Trek Day By Day Itinerary

• Day 01: Fly/ drive Kathmandu to Pokhara.
We drive to the large village of Lumle and the hamlet of Chandrakot. From here the trail descends steeply to Birethanti on the banks of the Modi Khola. We follow the east bank of the Bhurungi with some detours to avoid cliffs. Along the way, various hamlets offer ample camping possibilities but if Ghorepani is the objective for the next day it is better to push on to Tikhe Dhunga.
• Day 02: Drive to Nayapul,Trek to Tikhedhunga (1540)
The trail ascends a steep stone staircase to Ulleri village then more pleasantly through rhododendron forest. There is a hut with water and a small camp site about 1 hr. above Ulleri, and further, on the stream is followed, providing water for a meal stop. Arrive at the top of the Ghorepani pass and Camp there.
• Day 03: Trek to Ghorepani (2855m)
Early in the morning, hike up to Poon Hill (3,100m) for more panoramic views of the mountains and out to the river plain before thermals bring the steamy clouds up from the jungle below. Back down to your hotel for breakfast and then begin the long descend to Tatopani which lies between two 8,000 meter peaks, Annapurna I (8091m) and Dhaulagiri I (8167m).
• Day 04: Trek to Tadapani.(2590m)
As the canyon narrows the trail is forced high up the cliff, at one point passing through a tunnel carved into the rock. The trek passes by a most beautiful Rukse Chhahara (waterfall) before reaching Ghasa, the first Tibetan- style village of the upper Kali Gandaki where the stone houses are characterized by the flat roof and narrow covered always.
• Day 05: Trek to Chomrong (2170m)
Today, you will pass through few beautiful Thakali villages, Marpha being the prominent one. Marpha is a lovely village of whitewashed houses and fertile fields, famous for its apple brandy and jam. This large Thakali village exhibits the typical Thak Khola architecture of flat roofs and narrow paved alleys and passageways. It is quite wonderful to wander its streets and shops which are entirely different from towns in the west and still without automobiles. After this a gentle walk takes us to beautiful.
• Day 06: Trek to Himalaya Hotel (2900m)
After breakfast in the morning, our trek begins by 8:30 a.m. crossing the Kali Gandaki river by bridge then trek about three hours to reach Eaklibatti village; another hour brings us to Kagbeni which lies at the bank of two rivers-Kali Gandaki (flows from Muktinath) and Nilgiri (flows from Mt. Nilgiri). There are good current of wind that.
• Day 07: Himalaya Hotel to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) (3700m)
The trail rises up out of the valley to a high desert bench overlooking the river below. We walk onwards to Muktinath an important pilgrimage destination for Hinduism and Buddhism with a Gompa and Pagoda style temples. The most interesting importance of the area however is the spot with burning natural gas.

• Day 08: MBC -Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) & back to MBC or Deurali.
The trail descends to the valley 1,525m below as we retrace our steps to Jomsom through the beautiful arid landscapes. The new perspectives upon the mountains and ease of descending make this a great final day of trekking.
• Day 09: MBC/Deurali to Bamboo (2500m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 10: Bamboo to Chomorong. (2170m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 11: Chomorong to Ghandruk (1940m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 12: Ghandruk to Tolkha. (1710m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 13: Tolkha to Dhampus. (1510m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 14: Dhampus to Pokhara. (820m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.

Trekking Price for per person = 687$ USA dollar
Cost Include :
• All airport/hotel transfers
• Welcome and farewell dinner
• All accommodation and meals during the trek
• Domestic flights and airport departure taxes
• An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
• Down jacket, four seasonal sleeping bag and trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
• A comprehensive medical kit
• All necessary paper work and permits (National park permit, TIMS )
Cost Exclude:
• Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)
• International airfare to and from Kathmandu
• Excess baggage charges
• Extra night accommodation/s in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
• Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu(and also in the case you return early from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
• Travel and rescue insurance
• Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Tips for guides and porters

http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Annapurna-Sanctuary-Trek.php
http://www.hikehimalayas.com/trekking-in-nepal/trekking-region/annapurna-region/annapurna-sanctuary-trek.html
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Mar 28, 2014

Trekking In Nepal with Professional Trekking Agency. Adventure Great Himalaya Treks & Expedition.

I did 3 times trekking In Nepal with Adventure Great Himalaya Trek. The first times travel with group in Jomsom Trek. it was really great trip.
My Second Trip was Everest Base camp, Cho la –pass and Gokyo. This is my life time experience. Probably this is only one my great happiness trip in Nepal Himalaya. it was tough and bit hard . I was tired. But when I reached on Top of Cho la, I forgot all my tiredness . My Guide Susil, thanks a lot him. He Take car me a lot, carry my bag pack. I know he was also tired but he sems not and always smiling.
I enjoy a lot with my trip to Everest base camp; truly amazing .it will be great memory in my life.
Thanks a lot to Mr Babu karki, (Managing Director) organize my trip and Team of Adventure Great Himalaya Treks.
The Company is very trustable, experience and helpful staff and good organization.
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Trekking in Nepal
Mar 08, 2014

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Annapurnna package trekking 500$
Jan 12, 2014

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek or Annapurna base camp trek
Annapurna Base Camp is one of the best treks of Nepal as it is the combination of splendid natural scenery with the blend of cultures. The major attractions of this place are the Annapurna Himal including Himchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna, Annapurna II, Annapurna III and Machhapuchhre and many more.
The terraced farmland above Pokhara and the pastures, the deep forests of oak, bamboo and rhododendron provides an alluring sensation. The view of Dhaulagiri and Kali Gandaki is even more appealing. The visit to the inner sanctuary of Annapurna gives you the panoramic views of ten peaks over 6000m. The Natural hot spring at Jhinudanda is quite relaxing.
The ABC is suitable for any trekker who has enough stamina to walk few hours a day. Previous trekking experience is not necessary and one does not need to be super fit. Daily exercise prior to the trip is strongly recommended. February to June and September to December is the favorable time to enjoy this trek.
Trip Facts
• Trekking Duration: 14 Days
• Grade: Medium-Hard
• Maximum Altitude: 5424 m
• Best Seasons: March - Jun, Oct - Dec
• Type of Trek: Lodges / Tea House
• Commences At: Kathmandu
• Ending At: Kathmandu
Annapurna base camp Trek or Annapurna Sanctuary Trek Day By Day Itinerary

• Day 01: Fly/ drive Kathmandu to Pokhara.
We drive to the large village of Lumle and the hamlet of Chandrakot. From here the trail descends steeply to Birethanti on the banks of the Modi Khola. We follow the east bank of the Bhurungi with some detours to avoid cliffs. Along the way, various hamlets offer ample camping possibilities but if Ghorepani is the objective for the next day it is better to push on to Tikhe Dhunga.
• Day 02: Drive to Nayapul,Trek to Tikhedhunga (1540)
The trail ascends a steep stone staircase to Ulleri village then more pleasantly through rhododendron forest. There is a hut with water and a small camp site about 1 hr. above Ulleri, and further, on the stream is followed, providing water for a meal stop. Arrive at the top of the Ghorepani pass and Camp there.
• Day 03: Trek to Ghorepani (2855m)
Early in the morning, hike up to Poon Hill (3,100m) for more panoramic views of the mountains and out to the river plain before thermals bring the steamy clouds up from the jungle below. Back down to your hotel for breakfast and then begin the long descend to Tatopani which lies between two 8,000 meter peaks, Annapurna I (8091m) and Dhaulagiri I (8167m).
• Day 04: Trek to Tadapani.(2590m)
As the canyon narrows the trail is forced high up the cliff, at one point passing through a tunnel carved into the rock. The trek passes by a most beautiful Rukse Chhahara (waterfall) before reaching Ghasa, the first Tibetan- style village of the upper Kali Gandaki where the stone houses are characterized by the flat roof and narrow covered always.
• Day 05: Trek to Chomrong (2170m)
Today, you will pass through few beautiful Thakali villages, Marpha being the prominent one. Marpha is a lovely village of whitewashed houses and fertile fields, famous for its apple brandy and jam. This large Thakali village exhibits the typical Thak Khola architecture of flat roofs and narrow paved alleys and passageways. It is quite wonderful to wander its streets and shops which are entirely different from towns in the west and still without automobiles. After this a gentle walk takes us to beautiful.
• Day 06: Trek to Himalaya Hotel (2900m)
After breakfast in the morning, our trek begins by 8:30 a.m. crossing the Kali Gandaki river by bridge then trek about three hours to reach Eaklibatti village; another hour brings us to Kagbeni which lies at the bank of two rivers-Kali Gandaki (flows from Muktinath) and Nilgiri (flows from Mt. Nilgiri). There are good current of wind that.
• Day 07: Himalaya Hotel to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) (3700m)
The trail rises up out of the valley to a high desert bench overlooking the river below. We walk onwards to Muktinath an important pilgrimage destination for Hinduism and Buddhism with a Gompa and Pagoda style temples. The most interesting importance of the area however is the spot with burning natural gas.

• Day 08: MBC -Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) & back to MBC or Deurali.
The trail descends to the valley 1,525m below as we retrace our steps to Jomsom through the beautiful arid landscapes. The new perspectives upon the mountains and ease of descending make this a great final day of trekking.
• Day 09: MBC/Deurali to Bamboo (2500m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 10: Bamboo to Chomorong. (2170m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 11: Chomorong to Ghandruk (1940m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 12: Ghandruk to Tolkha. (1710m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 13: Tolkha to Dhampus. (1510m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.
• Day 14: Dhampus to Pokhara. (820m)
Take breakfast early in the morning, then short walk to airport and fly back to Pokhara or further connect to Kathmandu.

Trekking Price for per person = 687$ USA dollar
Cost Include :
• All airport/hotel transfers
• Welcome and farewell dinner
• All accommodation and meals during the trek
• Domestic flights and airport departure taxes
• An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
• Down jacket, four seasonal sleeping bag and trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
• A comprehensive medical kit
• All necessary paper work and permits (National park permit, TIMS )
Cost Exclude:
• Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)
• International airfare to and from Kathmandu
• Excess baggage charges
• Extra night accommodation/s in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
• Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu(and also in the case you return early from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
• Travel and rescue insurance
• Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Tips for guides and porters

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Your Trekking Guide in Hiamalya
Sep 11, 2013

Dear travelers,
Namaste and warm Greetings from Himalayan Country Nepal!!
My name is Sanjib Adhikari. As an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, I would like to welcome everyone in my motherland country, Nepal. With the keen interest in the adventure tourism, I have been involved in this field at a very young age. Pursuing my career in different capacities as porter, assistant guide, I have developed myself as an independent trekking guide and leadership in various outdoor activities. Licensed and fully certified from the Government of Nepal, we plan and guide for exploration and adventure throughout Nepal.

A little history:
I myself have been over expeditions to Mera peak, Island peak, Kalapathar, Gokyo peak, Tseryo RI and across many high passes in Nepal, Larkye Pass, Ampulapcha Pass, Chola pass, Renjula pass, Tashilapcha pass, Ganjala pass, Thorong La pass, Tilicho pass, (Mesokantola pass). Within the long span of an adventurous journey, I have extensive guiding experience on Mt. Kailash, Lhasa in Tibet also Ladak and Sikkim in India. Enrollment for 7 years long journey gives me courage to work out for an independent organized trekking agency.
Personalized service
I have guided many international groups especially from Europe, USA, Canada, Australia through the Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Helambu regions of Nepal thus have gained diversified experience and extensive knowledge on geography, religion, culture, local flora and fauna and on environmental issues in the areas where I personally organized the treks. We arrange all the customized packages on the basis of your interests and liking. Together with our highly friendly and experienced staffs as well your prior experience or interest, we can develop a personalized program of your interest..
Good food and comfortable accommodation
Trekking is the way of relating to the local community and practicing their life. One can enjoy an accommodation available according to the various regions. Accomodation varied from tea house in the local way and camping in the restricted and remote regions. For any kind of trekking, we make proper arrangement of hygienic food and safe and comfortable place to stay concerning the demand of our visitors. Along with that, we also make assure for maintaining your health condition with our full guidance.
Worry-free logistics and services
My first experience on many trekking routes has made me an expert on making unique trekking itineraries as per the tastes, interests and budget of the western clients. For those international trekkers who want to climb high mountain passes and peaks, I can also organize this challenging and rewarding adventure. We arrange all the necessary logistics necessities which include permit cards, pick up from the airport, national park fee, arrangement of porters and all other necessary requirements.
A Belief in environmental awareness and preservation
We have been organizing the trek in association with the local communities who are in true sense an ecologically aware. We are environmentally concerned with utilizing local resources which are beneficial for the local economy. As well as we sort out our own garbages and the waste disposal .Thus, making our trip fully environment friendly. Relating to the local ethnic communities and learning their unique way of living is also an important aspect of our trekking.

Assured safety and Financial Protection
From time to time I keep upgrading my skills and knowledge by taking refresher trainings on safety, sanitation, first–aid, emergency rescue, hygiene and cooking, safe accommodation. We follow all kinds of safety and precaution method .Though, we assure for making your trip fully secure and safe. We set out the itinerary budget in an economic way with an affordable accommodation and healthy food.
My clients have been very pleased with my professional guiding services, and you may read some of their comments on my website. We always strive in giving some more qualitative service indeed. My guiding service is dedicated to helping you enjoy your adventure travelling.
Please contact me at the email address listed below or contact me online if you have any questions or would like to discuss a possible trek in Nepal! I will look forward to hearing from you!
http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Sanjib-Adhikari-Trekking-Guide.php
http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/
Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
P.o.box=4453 Kathmandu Nepal

Treckking hiking walking Nepal
Sep 11, 2013

Dear travelers,
Namaste and warm Greetings from Himalayan Country Nepal!!
My name is Sanjib Adhikari. As an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, I would like to welcome everyone in my motherland country, Nepal. With the keen interest in the adventure tourism, I have been involved in this field at a very young age. Pursuing my career in different capacities as porter, assistant guide, I have developed myself as an independent trekking guide and leadership in various outdoor activities. Licensed and fully certified from the Government of Nepal, we plan and guide for exploration and adventure throughout Nepal.

A little history:
I myself have been over expeditions to Mera peak, Island peak, Kalapathar, Gokyo peak, Tseryo RI and across many high passes in Nepal, Larkye Pass, Ampulapcha Pass, Chola pass, Renjula pass, Tashilapcha pass, Ganjala pass, Thorong La pass, Tilicho pass, (Mesokantola pass). Within the long span of an adventurous journey, I have extensive guiding experience on Mt. Kailash, Lhasa in Tibet also Ladak and Sikkim in India. Enrollment for 7 years long journey gives me courage to work out for an independent organized trekking agency.
Personalized service
I have guided many international groups especially from Europe, USA, Canada, Australia through the Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Helambu regions of Nepal thus have gained diversified experience and extensive knowledge on geography, religion, culture, local flora and fauna and on environmental issues in the areas where I personally organized the treks. We arrange all the customized packages on the basis of your interests and liking. Together with our highly friendly and experienced staffs as well your prior experience or interest, we can develop a personalized program of your interest..
Good food and comfortable accommodation
Trekking is the way of relating to the local community and practicing their life. One can enjoy an accommodation available according to the various regions. Accomodation varied from tea house in the local way and camping in the restricted and remote regions. For any kind of trekking, we make proper arrangement of hygienic food and safe and comfortable place to stay concerning the demand of our visitors. Along with that, we also make assure for maintaining your health condition with our full guidance.
Worry-free logistics and services
My first experience on many trekking routes has made me an expert on making unique trekking itineraries as per the tastes, interests and budget of the western clients. For those international trekkers who want to climb high mountain passes and peaks, I can also organize this challenging and rewarding adventure. We arrange all the necessary logistics necessities which include permit cards, pick up from the airport, national park fee, arrangement of porters and all other necessary requirements.
A Belief in environmental awareness and preservation
We have been organizing the trek in association with the local communities who are in true sense an ecologically aware. We are environmentally concerned with utilizing local resources which are beneficial for the local economy. As well as we sort out our own garbages and the waste disposal .Thus, making our trip fully environment friendly. Relating to the local ethnic communities and learning their unique way of living is also an important aspect of our trekking.

Assured safety and Financial Protection
From time to time I keep upgrading my skills and knowledge by taking refresher trainings on safety, sanitation, first–aid, emergency rescue, hygiene and cooking, safe accommodation. We follow all kinds of safety and precaution method .Though, we assure for making your trip fully secure and safe. We set out the itinerary budget in an economic way with an affordable accommodation and healthy food.
My clients have been very pleased with my professional guiding services, and you may read some of their comments on my website. We always strive in giving some more qualitative service indeed. My guiding service is dedicated to helping you enjoy your adventure travelling.
Please contact me at the email address listed below or contact me online if you have any questions or would like to discuss a possible trek in Nepal! I will look forward to hearing from you!
http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Sanjib-Adhikari-Trekking-Guide.php
http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/
Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
P.o.box=4453 Kathmandu Nepal

Holiday Hiking
Sep 10, 2013

Holiday Hiking in the southern part of the asia continent there lays a tiny rectangular kingdom squeezed between two hugely populated countries, China to the north and India to the south, this country is Nepal a world of its own. Holiday Hiking is a type of tourism, involving exploration or travel to remote, exotic and possibly hostile areas. Holiday Hiking is rapidly growing in popularity, as tourists seek different kinds of vacations. The land of contrast is presumably the exact way to define the scenery of Nepal for you will find maximum world highest peaks high high up above the clouds determined for the gods above. Straight, active and attractive learning experience Holiday Hiking that engross the whole person and have real Hiking Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Daulagiri, and Annapurna and many more are there for the offering for mountain-lovers, Hiking and travelers.
http://www.holidayhiking.com

hiking to Everest Trekking
Aug 25, 2013

รักเดินทาง,! Namaste และทักทายอย่างอบอุ่นจากเทือกเขาหิมาลัยประเทศเนปาล!

ชื่อของฉันคือ Sanjib Adhikari เป็นแนวทางการเดินป่าที่เป็นอิสระและประกอบการทัวร์ในประเทศเนปาล, ฉันต้องการที่จะแนะนำตัวเองกับคุณ.
ผมเกิดและเติบโตขึ้นมาในย่านขรุขระและระยะไกลในภูมิภาคหิมาลัยกลาง ฉันเริ่มต้นอาชีพของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยในวัยหนุ่มสาวมากหลังจากเสร็จสิ้นการศึกษาของฉันโรงเรียนระดับสูงที่ทำงานให้กับ บริษัท ที่แตกต่างกันสำหรับการเดินป่าเจ็ดปีในความสามารถที่แตกต่างกันบางครั้งก็เป็นคนเปิดประตู, คู่มือผู้ช่วยและตอนนี้ทำงานเป็นคู่มือการเดินป่าอิสระ ฉันได้รับการตรวจแล้วเดินป่าคู่มือใบอนุญาตจากกระทรวงการท่องเที่ยวรัฐบาล Nepal.http :/ / www.nepalguideinfo.com / Everest-Base-Camp.php.
ผมได้นำกลุ่มต่างประเทศจำนวนมากโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งจากยุโรป, อเมริกา, แคนาดา, ออสเตรเลียในเอเวอร์เรส, อันนะปุรณะ Langtang, ป่า Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu พระพิฆเนศวร Himal และภูมิภาค Helambu ในประเทศเนปาลและภูเขา Kailash, Lasha ในทิเบตยัง Ladak และสิกขิมในอินเดียและได้รับประสบการณ์ที่ทำให้ความหลากหลายและครอบคลุมความรู้เกี่ยวกับภูมิศาสตร์ศาสนาวัฒนธรรมท้องถิ่นพืชและสัตว์และปัญหาสิ่งแวดล้อมในพื้นที่ที่ผมเองจัดสำรวจป่า ประสบการณ์ครั้งแรกบนเส้นทางเดินป่าจำนวนมากได้ทำให้ฉันมีความเชี่ยวชาญในการทำเส้นทางเดินป่าที่ไม่ซ้ำกันต่อรสนิยมความสนใจและงบประมาณของลูกค้าตะวันตก สำหรับการเดินป่านานาชาติผู้ที่ต้องการที่จะปีนผ่านภูเขาสูงและยอดผมยังสามารถจัดระเบียบนี้การผจญภัยที่ท้าทายและคุ้มค่า ประสบการณ์ของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยรวมถึงการปีนขึ้นไปบนยอด Mera, เกาะสูงสุด Kalapathar, Gokyo สูงสุด ri Tseryo และฉันได้นำการเดินทางข้ามผ่านสูงหลายแห่งในเนปาล Larkye ผ่าน Ampulapcha แพส, โชลาผ่าน Renjula ผ่าน Tashilapcha ผ่าน Ganjala ผ่าน ผ่าน thorong, tilicho ผ่าน (Mesokantola ผ่าน) http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more.
มีหลายประเภทของการสำรวจป่าที่มีอยู่ในประเทศเนปาลตั้งแต่การเดินป่าง่ายผ่อนคลายที่คุณสามารถสัมผัสกับวัฒนธรรมเนปาลและชีวิตหมู่บ้านค้างคืนในบ้านพักท้องถิ่น (ชาบ้าน) ในภูมิภาคที่ได้รับความนิยมไปยังพื้นที่ห่างไกลและ จำกัด การเดินป่าที่อยู่นอกเส้นทางเป็นฝ่ายพ่ายแพ้ และเยี่ยมชมไม่ค่อยโดยชาวต่างชาติ สำรวจป่าทั้งหมดนำเสนอทัศนียภาพอันงดงามและเป็นประสบการณ์ที่ดีเกี่ยวกับเนปาลวัฒนธรรม หากใครต้องการที่จะมีการสำรวจป่าทำตัดผมสามารถตอบสนองความต้องการของพวกเขา http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php.
จากเวลาที่ฉันเก็บการอัพเกรดทักษะและความรู้ของฉันโดยการฝึกอบรมทบทวนความรู้ด้านความปลอดภัยสุขาภิบาลปฐมพยาบาลฉุกเฉินกู้ภัยสุขอนามัยและการปรุงอาหาร ผมพูดภาษาอังกฤษ, จีนและความรู้ด้านคอมพิวเตอร์ ฉันสามารถอธิบายทุกหัวข้อที่เกี่ยวข้องกับการท่องเที่ยวที่ดีที่สุดของความรู้ของฉัน http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more.
ลูกค้าของฉันได้รับความยินดีมากกับบริการของฉันเป็นมืออาชีพให้คำแนะนำและคุณอาจได้อ่านความคิดเห็นบางส่วนของพวกเขาในเว็บไซต์ของฉัน กรุณาติดต่อเราได้ที่ที่อยู่อีเมลที่ระบุไว้ด้านล่างหากคุณมีคำถามใด ๆ หรือต้องการที่จะหารือเกี่ยวกับช่วงระยะการเดินทางที่เป็นไปได้ในประเทศเนปาล! ฉันจะมองไปข้างหน้าจะได้ยินจากคุณ! http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more

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Experience trek guide in Nepal
Aug 25, 2013

รักเดินทาง,! Namaste และทักทายอย่างอบอุ่นจากเทือกเขาหิมาลัยประเทศเนปาล!

ชื่อของฉันคือ Sanjib Adhikari เป็นแนวทางการเดินป่าที่เป็นอิสระและประกอบการทัวร์ในประเทศเนปาล, ฉันต้องการที่จะแนะนำตัวเองกับคุณ.
ผมเกิดและเติบโตขึ้นมาในย่านขรุขระและระยะไกลในภูมิภาคหิมาลัยกลาง ฉันเริ่มต้นอาชีพของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยในวัยหนุ่มสาวมากหลังจากเสร็จสิ้นการศึกษาของฉันโรงเรียนระดับสูงที่ทำงานให้กับ บริษัท ที่แตกต่างกันสำหรับการเดินป่าเจ็ดปีในความสามารถที่แตกต่างกันบางครั้งก็เป็นคนเปิดประตู, คู่มือผู้ช่วยและตอนนี้ทำงานเป็นคู่มือการเดินป่าอิสระ ฉันได้รับการตรวจแล้วเดินป่าคู่มือใบอนุญาตจากกระทรวงการท่องเที่ยวรัฐบาล Nepal.http :/ / www.nepalguideinfo.com / Everest-Base-Camp.php.
ผมได้นำกลุ่มต่างประเทศจำนวนมากโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งจากยุโรป, อเมริกา, แคนาดา, ออสเตรเลียในเอเวอร์เรส, อันนะปุรณะ Langtang, ป่า Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu พระพิฆเนศวร Himal และภูมิภาค Helambu ในประเทศเนปาลและภูเขา Kailash, Lasha ในทิเบตยัง Ladak และสิกขิมในอินเดียและได้รับประสบการณ์ที่ทำให้ความหลากหลายและครอบคลุมความรู้เกี่ยวกับภูมิศาสตร์ศาสนาวัฒนธรรมท้องถิ่นพืชและสัตว์และปัญหาสิ่งแวดล้อมในพื้นที่ที่ผมเองจัดสำรวจป่า ประสบการณ์ครั้งแรกบนเส้นทางเดินป่าจำนวนมากได้ทำให้ฉันมีความเชี่ยวชาญในการทำเส้นทางเดินป่าที่ไม่ซ้ำกันต่อรสนิยมความสนใจและงบประมาณของลูกค้าตะวันตก สำหรับการเดินป่านานาชาติผู้ที่ต้องการที่จะปีนผ่านภูเขาสูงและยอดผมยังสามารถจัดระเบียบนี้การผจญภัยที่ท้าทายและคุ้มค่า ประสบการณ์ของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยรวมถึงการปีนขึ้นไปบนยอด Mera, เกาะสูงสุด Kalapathar, Gokyo สูงสุด ri Tseryo และฉันได้นำการเดินทางข้ามผ่านสูงหลายแห่งในเนปาล Larkye ผ่าน Ampulapcha แพส, โชลาผ่าน Renjula ผ่าน Tashilapcha ผ่าน Ganjala ผ่าน ผ่าน thorong, tilicho ผ่าน (Mesokantola ผ่าน) http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more.
มีหลายประเภทของการสำรวจป่าที่มีอยู่ในประเทศเนปาลตั้งแต่การเดินป่าง่ายผ่อนคลายที่คุณสามารถสัมผัสกับวัฒนธรรมเนปาลและชีวิตหมู่บ้านค้างคืนในบ้านพักท้องถิ่น (ชาบ้าน) ในภูมิภาคที่ได้รับความนิยมไปยังพื้นที่ห่างไกลและ จำกัด การเดินป่าที่อยู่นอกเส้นทางเป็นฝ่ายพ่ายแพ้ และเยี่ยมชมไม่ค่อยโดยชาวต่างชาติ สำรวจป่าทั้งหมดนำเสนอทัศนียภาพอันงดงามและเป็นประสบการณ์ที่ดีเกี่ยวกับเนปาลวัฒนธรรม หากใครต้องการที่จะมีการสำรวจป่าทำตัดผมสามารถตอบสนองความต้องการของพวกเขา http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php.
จากเวลาที่ฉันเก็บการอัพเกรดทักษะและความรู้ของฉันโดยการฝึกอบรมทบทวนความรู้ด้านความปลอดภัยสุขาภิบาลปฐมพยาบาลฉุกเฉินกู้ภัยสุขอนามัยและการปรุงอาหาร ผมพูดภาษาอังกฤษ, จีนและความรู้ด้านคอมพิวเตอร์ ฉันสามารถอธิบายทุกหัวข้อที่เกี่ยวข้องกับการท่องเที่ยวที่ดีที่สุดของความรู้ของฉัน http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more.
ลูกค้าของฉันได้รับความยินดีมากกับบริการของฉันเป็นมืออาชีพให้คำแนะนำและคุณอาจได้อ่านความคิดเห็นบางส่วนของพวกเขาในเว็บไซต์ของฉัน กรุณาติดต่อเราได้ที่ที่อยู่อีเมลที่ระบุไว้ด้านล่างหากคุณมีคำถามใด ๆ หรือต้องการที่จะหารือเกี่ยวกับช่วงระยะการเดินทางที่เป็นไปได้ในประเทศเนปาล! ฉันจะมองไปข้างหน้าจะได้ยินจากคุณ! http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more

http://www.nepalguideinfo.com

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Email:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
P.O.Box=4453 kathmandu Nepal.

Trekking guide In Nepal
Aug 06, 2013

รักเดินทาง,
! Namaste และทักทายอย่างอบอุ่นจากเทือกเขาหิมาลัยประเทศเนปาล!

ชื่อของฉันคือ Sanjib Adhikari เป็นแนวทางการเดินป่าที่เป็นอิสระและประกอบการทัวร์ในประเทศเนปาล, ฉันต้องการที่จะแนะนำตัวเองกับคุณ
ผมเกิดและเติบโตขึ้นมาในย่านขรุขระและระยะไกลในภูมิภาคหิมาลัยกลาง ฉันเริ่มต้นอาชีพของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยในวัยหนุ่มสาวมากหลังจากเสร็จสิ้นการศึกษาของฉันโรงเรียนระดับสูงที่ทำงานให้กับ บริษัท ที่แตกต่างกันสำหรับการเดินป่าเจ็ดปีในความสามารถที่แตกต่างกันบางครั้งก็เป็นคนเปิดประตู, คู่มือผู้ช่วยและตอนนี้ทำงานเป็นคู่มือการเดินป่าอิสระ ฉันได้รับการตรวจแล้วเดินป่าคู่มือใบอนุญาตจากกระทรวงการท่องเที่ยวรัฐบาล Nepal.http / www.nepalguideinfo.com / Everest-Base-Camp.php
ผมได้นำกลุ่มต่างประเทศจำนวนมากโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งจากยุโรป, อเมริกา, แคนาดา, ออสเตรเลียในเอเวอร์เรส, อันนะปุรณะ Langtang, ป่า Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu พระพิฆเนศวร Himal และภูมิภาค Helambu ในประเทศเนปาลและภูเขา Kailash, Lasha ในทิเบตยัง Ladak และสิกขิมในอินเดียและได้รับประสบการณ์ที่ทำให้ความหลากหลายและครอบคลุมความรู้เกี่ยวกับภูมิศาสตร์ศาสนาวัฒนธรรมท้องถิ่นพืชและสัตว์และปัญหาสิ่งแวดล้อมในพื้นที่ที่ผมเองจัดสำรวจป่า ประสบการณ์ครั้งแรกบนเส้นทางเดินป่าจำนวนมากได้ทำให้ฉันมีความเชี่ยวชาญในการทำเส้นทางเดินป่าที่ไม่ซ้ำกันต่อรสนิยมความสนใจและงบประมาณของลูกค้าตะวันตก สำหรับการเดินป่านานาชาติผู้ที่ต้องการที่จะปีนผ่านภูเขาสูงและยอดผมยังสามารถจัดระเบียบนี้การผจญภัยที่ท้าทายและคุ้มค่า ประสบการณ์ของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยรวมถึงการปีนขึ้นไปบนยอด Mera, เกาะสูงสุด Kalapathar, Gokyo สูงสุด ri Tseryo และฉันได้นำการเดินทางข้ามผ่านสูงหลายแห่งในเนปาล Larkye ผ่าน Ampulapcha แพส, โชลาผ่าน Renjula ผ่าน Tashilapcha ผ่าน Ganjala ผ่าน ผ่าน thorong, tilicho ผ่าน (Mesokantola ผ่าน) http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more
มีหลายประเภทของการสำรวจป่าที่มีอยู่ในประเทศเนปาลตั้งแต่การเดินป่าง่ายผ่อนคลายที่คุณสามารถสัมผัสกับวัฒนธรรมเนปาลและชีวิตหมู่บ้านค้างคืนในบ้านพักท้องถิ่น (ชาบ้าน) ในภูมิภาคที่ได้รับความนิยมไปยังพื้นที่ห่างไกลและ จำกัด การเดินป่าที่อยู่นอกเส้นทางเป็นฝ่ายพ่ายแพ้ และเยี่ยมชมไม่ค่อยโดยชาวต่างชาติ สำรวจป่าทั้งหมดนำเสนอทัศนียภาพอันงดงามและเป็นประสบการณ์ที่ดีเกี่ยวกับเนปาลวัฒนธรรม หากใครต้องการที่จะมีการสำรวจป่าทำตัดผมสามารถตอบสนองความต้องการของพวกเขา http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php
จากเวลาที่ฉันเก็บการอัพเกรดทักษะและความรู้ของฉันโดยการฝึกอบรมทบทวนความรู้ด้านความปลอดภัยสุขาภิบาลปฐมพยาบาลฉุกเฉินกู้ภัยสุขอนามัยและการปรุงอาหาร ผมพูดภาษาอังกฤษ, จีนและความรู้ด้านคอมพิวเตอร์ ฉันสามารถอธิบายทุกหัวข้อที่เกี่ยวข้องกับการท่องเที่ยวที่ดีที่สุดของความรู้ของฉัน http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more
ลูกค้าของฉันได้รับความยินดีมากกับบริการของฉันเป็นมืออาชีพให้คำแนะนำและคุณอาจได้อ่านความคิดเห็นบางส่วนของพวกเขาในเว็บไซต์ของฉัน กรุณาติดต่อเราได้ที่ที่อยู่อีเมลที่ระบุไว้ด้านล่างหากคุณมีคำถามใด ๆ หรือต้องการที่จะหารือเกี่ยวกับช่วงระยะการเดินทางที่เป็นไปได้ในประเทศเนปาล! ฉันจะมองไปข้างหน้าจะได้ยินจากคุณ! http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more

http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/

http://www.hikehimalayas.com/

Trekking guide In Nepal
Aug 06, 2013

รักเดินทาง,
! Namaste และทักทายอย่างอบอุ่นจากเทือกเขาหิมาลัยประเทศเนปาล!

ชื่อของฉันคือ Sanjib Adhikari เป็นแนวทางการเดินป่าที่เป็นอิสระและประกอบการทัวร์ในประเทศเนปาล, ฉันต้องการที่จะแนะนำตัวเองกับคุณ
ผมเกิดและเติบโตขึ้นมาในย่านขรุขระและระยะไกลในภูมิภาคหิมาลัยกลาง ฉันเริ่มต้นอาชีพของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยในวัยหนุ่มสาวมากหลังจากเสร็จสิ้นการศึกษาของฉันโรงเรียนระดับสูงที่ทำงานให้กับ บริษัท ที่แตกต่างกันสำหรับการเดินป่าเจ็ดปีในความสามารถที่แตกต่างกันบางครั้งก็เป็นคนเปิดประตู, คู่มือผู้ช่วยและตอนนี้ทำงานเป็นคู่มือการเดินป่าอิสระ ฉันได้รับการตรวจแล้วเดินป่าคู่มือใบอนุญาตจากกระทรวงการท่องเที่ยวรัฐบาล Nepal.http / www.nepalguideinfo.com / Everest-Base-Camp.php
ผมได้นำกลุ่มต่างประเทศจำนวนมากโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งจากยุโรป, อเมริกา, แคนาดา, ออสเตรเลียในเอเวอร์เรส, อันนะปุรณะ Langtang, ป่า Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu พระพิฆเนศวร Himal และภูมิภาค Helambu ในประเทศเนปาลและภูเขา Kailash, Lasha ในทิเบตยัง Ladak และสิกขิมในอินเดียและได้รับประสบการณ์ที่ทำให้ความหลากหลายและครอบคลุมความรู้เกี่ยวกับภูมิศาสตร์ศาสนาวัฒนธรรมท้องถิ่นพืชและสัตว์และปัญหาสิ่งแวดล้อมในพื้นที่ที่ผมเองจัดสำรวจป่า ประสบการณ์ครั้งแรกบนเส้นทางเดินป่าจำนวนมากได้ทำให้ฉันมีความเชี่ยวชาญในการทำเส้นทางเดินป่าที่ไม่ซ้ำกันต่อรสนิยมความสนใจและงบประมาณของลูกค้าตะวันตก สำหรับการเดินป่านานาชาติผู้ที่ต้องการที่จะปีนผ่านภูเขาสูงและยอดผมยังสามารถจัดระเบียบนี้การผจญภัยที่ท้าทายและคุ้มค่า ประสบการณ์ของฉันในการท่องเที่ยวผจญภัยรวมถึงการปีนขึ้นไปบนยอด Mera, เกาะสูงสุด Kalapathar, Gokyo สูงสุด ri Tseryo และฉันได้นำการเดินทางข้ามผ่านสูงหลายแห่งในเนปาล Larkye ผ่าน Ampulapcha แพส, โชลาผ่าน Renjula ผ่าน Tashilapcha ผ่าน Ganjala ผ่าน ผ่าน thorong, tilicho ผ่าน (Mesokantola ผ่าน) http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more
มีหลายประเภทของการสำรวจป่าที่มีอยู่ในประเทศเนปาลตั้งแต่การเดินป่าง่ายผ่อนคลายที่คุณสามารถสัมผัสกับวัฒนธรรมเนปาลและชีวิตหมู่บ้านค้างคืนในบ้านพักท้องถิ่น (ชาบ้าน) ในภูมิภาคที่ได้รับความนิยมไปยังพื้นที่ห่างไกลและ จำกัด การเดินป่าที่อยู่นอกเส้นทางเป็นฝ่ายพ่ายแพ้ และเยี่ยมชมไม่ค่อยโดยชาวต่างชาติ สำรวจป่าทั้งหมดนำเสนอทัศนียภาพอันงดงามและเป็นประสบการณ์ที่ดีเกี่ยวกับเนปาลวัฒนธรรม หากใครต้องการที่จะมีการสำรวจป่าทำตัดผมสามารถตอบสนองความต้องการของพวกเขา http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php
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Free Trekking guide in Nepal
Jul 25, 2013

Dear travelers,
Namaste and warm Greetings from Himalayan Country Nepal!!
My name is Sanjib Adhikari. As an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, I would like to welcome everyone in my motherland country, Nepal. With the keen interest in the adventure tourism, I have been involved in this field at a very young age. Pursuing my career in different capacities as porter, assistant guide, I have developed myself as an independent trekking guide and leadership in various outdoor activities. Licensed and fully certified from the Government of Nepal, we plan and guide for exploration and adventure throughout Nepal.

A little history:
I myself have been over expeditions to Mera peak, Island peak, Kalapathar, Gokyo peak, Tseryo RI and across many high passes in Nepal, Larkye Pass, Ampulapcha Pass, Chola pass, Renjula pass, Tashilapcha pass, Ganjala pass, Thorong La pass, Tilicho pass, (Mesokantola pass). Within the long span of an adventurous journey, I have extensive guiding experience on Mt. Kailash, Lhasa in Tibet also Ladak and Sikkim in India. Enrollment for 7 years long journey gives me courage to work out for an independent organized trekking agency.
Personalized service
I have guided many international groups especially from Europe, USA, Canada, Australia through the Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Helambu regions of Nepal thus have gained diversified experience and extensive knowledge on geography, religion, culture, local flora and fauna and on environmental issues in the areas where I personally organized the treks. We arrange all the customized packages on the basis of your interests and liking. Together with our highly friendly and experienced staffs as well your prior experience or interest, we can develop a personalized program of your interest..
Good food and comfortable accommodation
Trekking is the way of relating to the local community and practicing their life. One can enjoy an accommodation available according to the various regions. Accomodation varied from tea house in the local way and camping in the restricted and remote regions. For any kind of trekking, we make proper arrangement of hygienic food and safe and comfortable place to stay concerning the demand of our visitors. Along with that, we also make assure for maintaining your health condition with our full guidance.
Worry-free logistics and services
My first experience on many trekking routes has made me an expert on making unique trekking itineraries as per the tastes, interests and budget of the western clients. For those international trekkers who want to climb high mountain passes and peaks, I can also organize this challenging and rewarding adventure. We arrange all the necessary logistics necessities which include permit cards, pick up from the airport, national park fee, arrangement of porters and all other necessary requirements.
A Belief in environmental awareness and preservation
We have been organizing the trek in association with the local communities who are in true sense an ecologically aware. We are environmentally concerned with utilizing local resources which are beneficial for the local economy. As well as we sort out our own garbages and the waste disposal .Thus, making our trip fully environment friendly. Relating to the local ethnic communities and learning their unique way of living is also an important aspect of our trekking.

Assured safety and Financial Protection
From time to time I keep upgrading my skills and knowledge by taking refresher trainings on safety, sanitation, first–aid, emergency rescue, hygiene and cooking, safe accommodation. We follow all kinds of safety and precaution method .Though, we assure for making your trip fully secure and safe. We set out the itinerary budget in an economic way with an affordable accommodation and healthy food.
My clients have been very pleased with my professional guiding services, and you may read some of their comments on my website. We always strive in giving some more qualitative service indeed. My guiding service is dedicated to helping you enjoy your adventure travelling.
Please contact me at the email address listed below or contact me online if you have any questions or would like to discuss a possible trek in Nepal! I will look forward to hearing from you!
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Trekking tour hikingtravel Nepal
Jun 20, 2013



Mera peak climbing Nepal is an exciting, scenically stunning Himalayan Summit. Mera peak is popular among trekkers and the highest trekking peak in Nepal at eastern part of Everest region. Climbing on Mera Peak gives you a great opportunity to all the experience as well as amateur climbers who dreams to stand on the Himalayan Summit as a life time achievement.

Lifting the eyes from Mera peak summit and keep on lifting them until, above the clouds, the mighty frieze of the world’s 8000 meter Mountains- mount Everest, mount Kanchenjunga, mt Makalu, mt Lhotse, mt Cho-Oyu and many other 7000 meters peak and trekking peaks is an unforgettable experience.

Although Mera Peak is very demanding physically on an account of the altitude, climbing on Mera Peak is not technically difficult, ascending snow slopes that rarely exceed 30 degrees. Be assured, you will have wonderful Himalayan adventure on the top of the world with us!

Itinerary
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Day 01: Fly Kathmandu to Lukla (2,840m) & Trek to Puyan (2800 m)
Day 02: Trek to Pangkongma (2,846m)
Day 03: Trek to Nashing Dingma (2,600m)
Day 04: Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 05: Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4,200m)
Day 06: Trek to Hinku Valley & Continue to Thaksingdingma (3600m)
Day 07: Trek to Thangnak (4350m
Day 08: Trek to Khare (5100m)
Day 09: Trek to Mera La (5400m)
Day 10: Rest / Exploration Day for Acclimatization
Day 11: Continue to High Camp (5800m)
Day 12: Summit the Mera Peak (6,654 m / 21,830 ft)
Day 13 - 16: Trek back to Lukla
Day 17: Fly back to Kathmandu (1,310m)

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Trekking in Nepal
Jun 15, 2013

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Jun 02, 2013

I trekked to Tengboche Monastery from Jiri with Sanjib flying back from Lukla. I've done this several times before as a trek leader but thistime it was a private trip and it was one of the best yet. Our guide Sanjib Adhikari was first rate and had an excellent command of English and out porters Ram and Bhola Kumar was also extremely good. Accommodation in the lodges was of a generally high standard and some, especially The Nest in Namche and the Khumbu Lodge in Lukla were outstanding. I can also warmly recommend the Kathmandu hotel Nepalaya , a real home from home. Well done Sanjib, I would be happy to travel with your outfit again
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Just wanted to say 'thank you' to Sanjib Independent trekking guide From Nepal my Everest base camp trek a wonderful experience. Am really grateful the way you and your crew made me comfortable, with attention to each and every small details, starting from money exchange to travel gear,insurance arrangement
...I was little apprehensive about going for the trek on my own but I must admit your flawless arrangement made me feel at home...Lastly ,thanks for keeping my additional request of Pashupati natha temple visit...Am amazed to meet you , who was really took care of me and my comfort during the whole trek. I would definitely look forward to see you again in some holiday visit to Nepal...God bless you!!! Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
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Clear blue skies and fantastic vistas every day in late October 2012. My wife and I trekked with Independent trekking guide, Mr Sanjib. We had one Guide Mr. Sanjib and one Porter and trekked and talked a took photos and rested when we wanted to. I was 51 at the time and found the trek to be very doable. There were trekkers much older than me that accomplished it as well. In the teahouse dining rooms each evening, we enjoyed the Sanjib of travelers from the most diverse nationalities I have ever encountered in such a short time frame. There seemed to be an almost equal number of females as males. The menus are surprisingly full given that almost all of the food must be carried in. Every day brings rewarding scenery and passage through isolated villages. After Dingbhoche, the villages are there only to service the trekkers and the altitudes are probably to high to support farming. All in all a wonderful fulfilling experience. With sanjib , personal and experienced service. He started as a porter, worked up to being a guide in company and is now he is independent trekking guide Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
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A fabulous trek organized by Independent trekking guide Sanjib for the second half of April 2013. Flew to Lukla - survived the landing and our guide Sanjib, who was always cheerful and helpful, led the two of us (69 and 67) to EBC via the stunning Gokyo lakes route and over the Cho La pass. Not the standard route - in fact a bit more challenging, but worth the extra effort as the scenery was stunning. Being off the standard route meant fewer people and less organized paths so that feeling of remoteness was present.
The climax was to climb Kala Pathar prior to arriving at EBC and see the stunning Mt Everest. Base Camp allowed us to reflect on putting sites to all the names we had read about in the Everest epic stories.
Altogether a fabulous trip, thank you Mr Sanjib for faultless organization both before and during the trek.
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Mar 18, 2013

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There is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers.
Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. it is truly a humbling experience.
Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. sanjib Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. Anything from ensuring I would.
not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey to keeping me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensuring I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude.
Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area.
I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community.

Visited April 2012.
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Trekking in Nepal
Mar 01, 2013

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Everest Base Camp Tour
Mar 01, 2013




Welcome To Nepal For Trekking In Everest, Annapurna and Langtang...
Everest Base Camp
Trekking to the Everest Base Camp in one of the most popular treks available. This trek has a number of stunning attractions, one the foremost being the satisfaction gained by reaching the base of the highest mountain in the world. Other attractions include the spectacular scenery of the Himalayan ranges. The Everest trek involves a tremendous amount of uphill and downhill walking.


Itinerary:
Day 01: Fly Kathmandu to Lukla (2849m) & trek to Phakding (2745m)
Day 02: Trek to Namche (3445m)
Day 03: Rest Day at Namche Bazaar (Hiking to Everest View Hotel)
Day 04: Trek to Tengboche (4245m)
Day 05: Trek to Pheriche (4362m)
Day 06: Pheriche Rest Day.
Day 07: Trek to Lobuche (4575m)
Day 08: Trek to Gorakshape (5165m)
Day 09: Rest Day at Kalapathar (5545m).
Day 10: Trek to Dingboche (4260m).
Day 11: Trek to Tengboche (4245m)
Day 12: Trek to Namche Bazaar.
Day 13: Trek to Lukla
Day 14: Fly back Lukla to Kathmandu http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Gokyo-Valley-Trek.php http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Gokyo-Chola-Pass-Trek.php http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Jiri-Everest-Base-camp-Trek.php
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Evererst Trekking Tour
Mar 01, 2013

Everest Region

The Everest region under the shadow of Mt. Everest is one of the best-known trekking areas in the world. It is the homeland of the legendary Sherpas and mysterious Yeti. Walking through famous Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar and Tengboche monastery with a spectacular view of the mesmerizing peaks of Ama Dablam, Lhotse and other surrounding peaks give you a life-time experience.


Popular Treks In Everest Region
14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek
14 Days Gokyo Valley Trek
16 Days Gokyo-Chola Pass Trek
22 Days Jiri-Everest Base Camp Trek
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Trekking in Nepal
Feb 28, 2013

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Trekking Guide in Nepal
Feb 06, 2013

Independent Trekking Guide in Nepal and My name is Krishna Adhikari. I am a register trekking http://www.independenttrekguideinnepal.blogspot.com guide in the Nepalese Himalaya. Before guide working several years as a porter, and becoming fluent in English I became a guide in 2001. I have spent the past ten years as a professional Trekking Guide in Nepal, I have been working 6 years in several company but now I am presently working as an independent guide. I was born in the West north of Nepal situated in Ganesh Himal which is well located of Nepal wilderness trekking region. I am a qualified guide with a government license. I obtain license in the year of 1998. I have been working in Nepalese Sustainable Eco Tourism for since begin my involving in this travel, tourism industry. Trekking, guiding experience for a range of clients from many diverse countries around the world. Travelers, trekkers hoping to climb high passes, peaks, I provide accommodation this demanding and gratifying adventure. My knowledge includes high adventure pass trekking, peak climbing like Island Peak, Mera Peak, Pisang Peak and more.

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Nepal Trekking Guides
Dec 08, 2012

There is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers.
Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. It is truly a humbling experience.
Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. He ensured I would
not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey, kept me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensured I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude.
Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area. I so wanted to see the famous "ice fall." it was helpful to have a guide who spoke Nepali and who is so friendly. At a time when all one's body wants to do is rest, it was nice that my guide struck-up conversations with other climbers. He pointed out that some of the people passing me were not base camp visitors, but climbers in training-those hoping to summitt Everest. They use the road to base camp and the surroundings as a sort of conditioning track.
I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. Adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community.

I need to add that you should come prepared and bring a permanent marker. There is a large boulder marking the entrance to Everest Base Camp. The boulder is covered with trekker signatures. The smaller boulders and stones are covered with messages from those lucky enough to have been there.


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Nepal Trekking Guides
Dec 08, 2012

There is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers.
Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. It is truly a humbling experience.
Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. He ensured I would
not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey, kept me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensured I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude.
Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area. I so wanted to see the famous "ice fall." it was helpful to have a guide who spoke Nepali and who is so friendly. At a time when all one's body wants to do is rest, it was nice that my guide struck-up conversations with other climbers. He pointed out that some of the people passing me were not base camp visitors, but climbers in training-those hoping to summitt Everest. They use the road to base camp and the surroundings as a sort of conditioning track.
I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. Adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community.

I need to add that you should come prepared and bring a permanent marker. There is a large boulder marking the entrance to Everest Base Camp. The boulder is covered with trekker signatures. The smaller boulders and stones are covered with messages from those lucky enough to have been there.


www.hikehimalayas.com www.nepalguideinfo.com E mail-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com

Επισκέφτηκε στις Απρίλιος 2012

Nepal Trekking Guides
Dec 08, 2012

There is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers.
Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. It is truly a humbling experience.
Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. He ensured I would
not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey, kept me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensured I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude.
Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area. I so wanted to see the famous "ice fall." it was helpful to have a guide who spoke Nepali and who is so friendly. At a time when all one's body wants to do is rest, it was nice that my guide struck-up conversations with other climbers. He pointed out that some of the people passing me were not base camp visitors, but climbers in training-those hoping to summitt Everest. They use the road to base camp and the surroundings as a sort of conditioning track.
I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. Adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community.

I need to add that you should come prepared and bring a permanent marker. There is a large boulder marking the entrance to Everest Base Camp. The boulder is covered with trekker signatures. The smaller boulders and stones are covered with messages from those lucky enough to have been there.


www.hikehimalayas.com www.nepalguideinfo.com E mail-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com

Επισκέφτηκε στις Απρίλιος 2012

Nepal Trekking Guides
Dec 08, 2012

here is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers.
Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. it is truly a humbling experience.
Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. Anything from ensuring I would.
not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey to keeping me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensuring I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude.
Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area.
I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community.

Visited April 2012.
Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
www.hikehimalayas.com
www.nepalguideinfo.com

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Apr 22, 2012

I posted a less than complementary response when this article came out (without profanity or other offensive language). It has since been taken down. Maybe the authors or editors cannot handle a bit of criticism. Lets see how long this post stays up.

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Mar 14, 2012

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