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Everest base camp & Lobuche East climb (22 days)

Everest Base CampThe Everest area, known locally as Sagarmatha National Park, is home to some of the world's highest peaks as well as the famous Sherpas, migrants from eastern Tibet who crossed over the Himalaya and settled here sometime in the late 1400s or early 1500s. This trek is one that goes deep into the heart of the Himalaya.

The mountain views are stunning, and the simplicity and hospitality of the Sherpa community is heart warming. You will get to take in the awe-inspiring views of Mt. Everest, the tallest of them all, Mt Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Lobouche Peak, Mt Amadablam, Kasum Kangru peak, Thamserku peak and Kwangde peak. You will also be visiting Sherpa villages and monasteries to gain insight into their culture and lifestyle from up close.


1 : Arrival Kathmandu & transfer to hotel
2 : Cultural tour & sort gear
3 : Fly to Lukla, trek to Phakding
4 : Trek to Namche
5 : Rest/acclimatize day in Namche
6 : Trek to Pangboche via Thangboche monastery
7 : Trek to Dingboche
8 : Acclimatization
9 : Acclimatization
10 : Rest Day in Dingboche with trek up Dingboche Ri 5000m
11 : Trek to Chhukung
12 : Climb Chhukung Ri 5600m and trek to Pokhalde BC
13 : Cross Kongma La 5600m, trek Lobuje East BC
14 : Trek to Kala Pattar/ Everest BC view point return
15 : Rest day
16 : Climb to High Camp on Lobuje East
17 : Summit Lobuje East 6119m return to BC
18 : Trek to Pangboche
19 : Trek to Namche
20 : Trek to Lukla
21 : Fly to Ktm by early morning flight
22 : Flight home or extend

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