Everest Base camp Trekking Style and Grade
1. Short & Easy Trek
2. Moderate and classic trek
3. High passes and adventure trek
4. Luxurious trekking
5. Trekking Peak
Easy and short Everest trekkign
1. Short & Easy Trek.
Trekking to the Everest is a dream for most of the people but not everyone has enough time and required physical fitness to make their dream come true. So, taking into considerations of the wish of our customers we have designed these short and easy trekking packages. In this trek you will get to see Mt.Everest close to your eyes within a week or less than 12 days. This trek takes you to the heartland of Khumbu region. There you will get to explore the beauty of Namche Bazaar which is the economic hub for the people of Khumbu region and also get to explore stunning view of Everest from Everest view hotel. This is an easy trek and doesn’t require high level of physical fitness. Anyone who can walk up to 3- 4 hours a day can easily do this trek.
2. Moderate and classic trek.
Moderate and classic trek is a trek that is designed for the regular trekkers or people with average physical fitness. A person with good health conditions and average level of physical fitness can be fit for this trek. The average altitude of this trek is above 3000m to 5000m. This trek can be completed within 15 days to 18 days and can also be customized according to the wish of the trekkers as well. The average hours of walking in this type of trek is maximum 7- 8 hours. This trek is a combination of both longer and shorter trek and the trials comprises many steep, rocky, ups and downs paths. In this trek you will stay in local tea houses and get an experience of village life and know about the culture and traditions of Sherpa people as well.
3. High passes and Adventure Trek.
High passes and Adventure Trek demands a high level of physical fitness of the trekkers and includes three high passes climbing. The maximum height of this trek is above 5000 meters crossing several high passes such as Renjo La (5417m), Gokyo Ri (5483m), Cho La( 5420m) and Kongmo La (5535m) passes. This trek is suitable for experienced trekkers and anyone who can walk up to 8-9 hours a day in an unfamiliar terrain. High passes and Adventure trekking can last up to 18 to 20 days. An experienced trekker with high physical fitness can do the trek.
Adventure and High passes Everest base camp trekking
4. Luxurious Trekking
Luxurious Trekking packages are designed to provide the luxurious feel to the trekkers by providing them outstanding services luxurious facilities. The luxurious trekking includes stay in high class hotel such as Everest view hotel in Namche and best available accommodations with standard facilities during the trek to Everest. It also includes the Helicopter ride back to Kathmandu so that the trekkers will not have to take any tensions about the flight delays due to any causes. One can have the luxurious trek towards their dream destination and it is once in a lifetime experience.
5. Trekking Peak
Trekking Peak is a perfect package for trekkers having keen interest on Peak climbing. This trek requires experienced trekkers having high level of physical fitness. This trek can be very useful for trekkers having interest on mountaineering and expedition as well. The average altitudes of the trekking peaks are 5000 to 6000 or above. The trekking peak requires some technical skills for climbing. Some of the very popular peaks are Mera Peak, Island Peak, Peaky peak, Pisang peak, Lobuche East peak and many more. Trekking peak can be one of the best choices for the adventure seeking trekkers for an experience of lifetime.
Trekking peak in Everest