Have you ever dreamed of trekking in the magnificent Nepal Mountains of the Himalayas, giant Mount Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam? Do you want to accept the challenge, try something different, or physically and mentally push the body to a new height? Well, that is yours dream and ability to adjust in the haphazard situation with golden achievement. You can join the Nepal Vision Trek, led by well-experienced group, to experience a lifelong journey!
The two-week trip to the incredible Everest area in the Himalayas will begin in Kathmandu, the thriving capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is located in the center of Nepal in the bowl of Kathmandu Valley 1400 meters above from the sea level. This exciting city is filled with many fascinating cultural sites, including a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
You will stay in the Thamel area of the city, filled with hotels, shops, restaurants, bars, and many attractions such as Durbar Plaza, Buddist Monastery, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stuba and Swayambhu. At the first Everest summit of the British expedition in 1953, the team began a journey from Kathmandu, but today we are lucky because we can now take a short flight to Lukla, a small village at the foot of the Himalayas.
The flight to Lukla is 45 minutes from the small plane at 2,860 meters above sea level. From here, you will begin to walk to Solu area, along the Dudh Kosi River and the beautiful lush road to Namche Bazaar. The bazaar of Namche is the capital of Sherpa, Nepal, located at 3,440 meters, is a favorite site for many Nepali walker and foreigner.
The picturesque village is built on the side of the hill and is the main commercial center of the Khumbu region, which is the perfect stop for your surroundings in the base camp of Mount Everest. We need enough time for acclimatization as we need oxygen. we provide the time needed for our bodies to adapt to climate change. You will be full of things in Namche Bazaar, and small towns offer many popular amenities such as bakeries, bars, restaurants, internet access and many stalls selling local crafts, jewelry, climbing equipment and medicines. There is also a market in the village where you can buy products from Tibetan traders.
From the Namche market, you will continue down this path through the valley, through the peaks of the Himalayas and the village, where you will meet with the popular local Sherpas. These villages are the village of Tengboche , located at 3867 meters, with important Buddhist monasteries, Tengboche temple. The monastery was originally built in 1916, destroyed twice, once an earthquake and then fire. The current building was rebuilt in 1989 and was listed in World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This beautiful monastery and city are covered with flabbergasting natural views.
It offers panoramic views of the Himalayas, including the famous peaks, Mount Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Nuptse and Thamserku. From Tegboche , you begin to see the impact of hypoxia on the environment. The green and lush valleys turn into a black and white world. Breathtaking snow peaks surround dusty trails. You pass through Tangboche , sitting at 4,530 meters.
This is what we usually have once again the opportunity to spend more time to adapt to lower levels of oxygen. From here, you will take the steep passage from Luckla to Tengboche . This hard trip can be daunting, but your efforts can enjoy spectacular views of the Himalayas. From the top of the Khumbu Glacier, continue to Mount Everest Base Camp, High Point on Mount Everest.
We will continue on Goraz Shep to 5.16m, which is the last resort so we can go to Everest base camp. From Gorak Shep you will only have a short walk to the base camp and you will have the opportunity to be in famous base of Khumbu Glacier each year as people try to reach the peak at the peak of the world every year calling for many lives. We will also have the opportunity to accommodate (5,550 meters) for the classic view of Mount Everest.
Our spectacular trek to the camps takes nine days to return to Lukla. We can embark this trip From March to May or from September to December. Walking through the Himalayas is an incredible journey from start to finish, so you can not only see the incredible scenery of the highest mountains in the world, but also have the opportunity to meet with the local Sherpa living along the way.
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