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The walk was great on all accounts, the rural Sherpa villages, the landscape, the quiet beautiful ambience of a fairly untouched land. Not seeing many tourists also gave a more special feeling of embracing the wild untamed region. After collaboration with a few friends, we altered our destination to Gokyo and the surrounding lakes etc, rather than Everest Base camp. Our decision was greeted with smiles from our guide who told us it would be far more worthwhile because Gokyo trail is more picturesque and less crowded than the classical EBC trail. After encountering masses of people on the Lukla to Phading and Namchee Bazaar trail, we were pleasantly surprised to discover that only about 10% of people followed the trail to Gokyo. The scenery and the majestic landscape, the views of several 8,000 + metre peaks was well vindicated. The climb from Gokyo (4800m) the next day to the Gokyo Ri peak (5,400m) an awesome and exhilarating experience. I would recommend this over the traditional EBC trail.
Annapurna base camp trek is wonderful experience for me and my kids. I am certain my kids are left with memories they will always treasure. No words or photos can describe the ten days we spent trekking to Annapurna Base Camp and back. It was awesome, it was incredibly hard for my kids but they forgot the hardship quickly as soon as they gazed up to the peaks. It was so icy cold at times because we trekked at the end of December. We laughed so much and sometimes we nearly cried. We stared at the mule trains carrying all sorts of logistics up and down the mountain trails and wondered at the strong porters. We sweated and gasped up the mountain stairways. We feared for our lives on the slippery slopes coming down from Machhapuchhre Base Camp and we came back to life in the pools of the Jhinu hot springs. And through all of this Shiva and Raj guarded us with their amazing knowledge and understanding, never-ending patience and wonderful sense of humor.
My experience consisted of adventurous days during Everest base camp trek. From the very first flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, I was on edge of my seat specially while landing on such a tiny airstrip between the mountains. The views from plane was great though. In the following days, walking through Sherpa villages, forests, waterfalls, swinging suspension bridges and most of all the stunning views of Everest from Kalapatther was the highlight of my EBC trek. Enjoyed every second at Himalayas.
The Island Peak Climbing and Everest base camp trekking adventure organized by Icicles was everything we expected - and more! Stepping at top of Island Peak was really a dream come true experience to see so many snow capped peaks in front of my eyes. And EBC was rewarding experience too.
Langtang Valley Trek was an excellent trek up the Langtang Valley to Kyanjin Gompa and Kyangin ri. The walk through refreshing rhododendron forests, deep cultural insights with panoramic views of Langtang Himalayan range were the best highlights of Langtang Valley Trek for me.
It was one of the most beautiful, challenging and worthwhile trekking experience I ever had. Staying at local tea houses, interacting with Sherpas, knowing their culture, visiting monasteries and witnessing the panoramic views of highest Himalayas. I enjoyed everything during my EBC trek.
Everest base camp trek was special trip for me, a birthday gift from mother. This 12-day experience remains to be one of my life's proudest moments, because not everyone can say they've been there and done it. It is naturally not the same as the sweet victory of summiting Everest, but hey, Everest Base Camp is still not an easy trek and it never will be.
I have had no idea on Himalayan trekking and arrangements. It turned out to be an amazing journey to Himalaya with amazing people. It was very challenging, but I loved every moment of it! Really enjoyed the whole trip! Recommended trip and the organizer too.
We visited Nepal for three weeks and did Annapurna Circuit Trek. Perfect landscape and weather too. You have nice and clear view on all the mountains surrounding you. Downside was that the trail was crowded as October is the touristic season in Nepal.
It was a great trip, first the weather was not looking good. But after we arrived in Lukla every day the weather got better and better. Stunning and spectacular Himalayan vistas, breathing in pristine air- never felt so invigorated and fresh. The beauty of the morning sunrise from Kalapatthar - you cannot describe it. The joy of reaching the Everest Base Camp was indeed great; felt we were like in heaven above the clouds.
It was my first hike over 3000m. I was nervous but everything went well although I did experience some symptoms of altitude sickness. My guide was very professional as well as friendly. He comforted me and was checking regularly at my symptoms in case they get worse. The whole trek was great with beautiful views all around. I also visited Pokhara after the trek. Nepal is a most beautiful place and trekking is the best way to see it. Its views, culture and friendly people make it an amazing place.
We did the Everest base camp trek and made a circuit through Gokyo Lakes. Amazing landscapes. Every twist and turn opened into spectacular scenery. The Khumbu is an incredible region, and the people are equally fantastic. You must do this trek.
I went on the Everest Base camp trek and had a fantastic time in the Himalayas, The people of Nepal are so friendly and the scenery is jaw dropping. 3 weeks simply wasn't enough. We had so much fun that we decided to slightly change our tour by extending it so we could have a side trip to Pokhara and Chitwan. It was a trip of a lifetime.
Clear blue skies and fantastic vistas every day in late March 2016. I was 58 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 company 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 Dingboche, the villages are there only to service the trekkers and the altitudes are probably too high to support farming. All in all a wonderful fulfilling experience.