Natural landmarks sightseeing Tours in Everest Base Camp trek

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Everest Base Camp & Kalapatthar Trek

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If it is your first time like me then you wont find words to describe the beauty of trekk amd
From US$ 890 15 days View Tour
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  • Jun 03
  • Jun 04
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Everest Chopper Tour

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4 hour natural landmarks sightseeing tour through Everest Base Camp trek and Kathmandu. Read More
From US$ 1,150 04 hours View Tour
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  • Jun 05
  • Jun 06
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Everest Base Camp trek Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 18 customer reviews
Amazing trekk Reviewed Tour: Everest Base Camp & Kalapatthar Trek
5 - Excellent
  • Alain
“If it is your first time like me then you wont find words to describe the beauty of trekk amd the people and everything that comes with it. It was a bit tough but i made it and it was an amazing experience, especially when you are with the right company, even the porters were awesome people, kind, respectful, fun.”
The tour operator responded
“Hello and Namaste!!!

We are very glad that you enjoyed our services in Nepal and found our team extremely helpful. Thanks for choosing us and we look forward to welcoming you in Nepal soon.

Regards
NCA team”
Good Reviewed Tour: Everest Base Camp & Kalapatthar Trek
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“Good services. Hassle free services with seamless logistics. Would recommend it to anyone who is going to Nepal for trek or trip.”
Everest Base Camp Trek - 12 days Reviewed Tour: Everest Base Camp & Kalapatthar Trek
5 - Excellent
  • Tom
“I’d been wanting to do the Everest Base Camp Trek for years. The scenery was spectacular from day one. The change in elevation isn’t easy but the journey includes a couple of acclimatization days. I trekked in March, and be prepared for a big change of temperature from day to night. Days can be warm, hitting t-shirt weather by mid-day, but the nights dip below freezing. The guesthouses aren’t heated, so you’ll be needing those down jackets and warm sleeping bags. The weather was mostly clear and sunny, but a snowstorm set in as we neared base camp, so be prepared for all weathers. Shades, sunscreen, gloves, hats and scarfs are a must.
There are many little villages along the route, so there’s always somewhere to call in for lunch, and numerous shops if you need any more hiking supplies, most noticeably in the town of Namche in which you’ll spend a couple of days. Wifi and charging services can be found in most guesthouses, though these will not be free beyond Lukla.
Our guide Nuri was excellent, always cheerful, knowledgeable and making sure we were OK. And a big thanks to our porters Durgha and Abhinash. I has initially thought about trying to carry all my own stuff on the trek, but opted for a porter the day before the trek. And I’m very glad I did, it was a tough walk at times even with just my day bag.
Please note that flights between Kathmandu and Lukla can be cancelled in the case of bad weather. So always book your flights onwards from Kathmandu a couple of days after the trek ends in case you have problems getting back.”