Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu 1300m (1,300 m)
Subsequent to arriving in Kathmandu, a delegate from Company will pick you up and take you to your hotel. At night, there will be an appreciated supper hosted by Company.
Day 2 Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2,651m): 8km, 4 hours (2,651 m)
During the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (9,186ft), we appreciate one of the most wonderful air courses on the planet coming full circle on a slope encompassed by high precipitous pinnacles. From Lukla, we begin trekking. At one hour's slow plummet, we will be at a Cheplung town from where we have a look at Mt. Khumbila (18900ft), a consecrated mountain that has never been ascended. From Cheplung, we at that point step by step plunge until we reach Phakding and go through the night.
Day 3 Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,438m): 11km, 6 hours (3,438 m)
Strolling through a wonderful pine backwoods, we pursue the trail north up the valley of Benkar. At that point, we cross Dudh Koshi River and continue passing Chumoa to Monjo, the passageway to Everest National Park. At that point crossing a suspension bridge, we pass Jorsale town and stroll nearby of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi streams. A lofty climb carries us to the prime place - Namche Bazaar.
Day 4 Acclimatization Day - Namche Bazaar: (3,440m) (3,440 m)
There are a lot of activities around Namche Bazaar, and we can go through multi-day here acclimatizing. Namche Bazzar is the fundamental focus of the Khumbu locale and has government workplaces, ATMs, Internet bistros, shops, eateries, and a brilliant market. Our aides can take us to investigate the genuine appeal of Namche Bazaar. Climbing to Sagarmatha National Park rewards trekkers with the perspectives on Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kongde, etc.
Day 5 Namche Bazaar to Phortse Thanga (3,680m/12,073ft): 6km, 5-6 hours (3,680 m)
We climb the Khumjung slope and slide toward the east of the town down the wide valley prompting the Dudh Koshi from where the course turns north. There are two trails and our guide will pick the best choice for us to pursue. There is a chorten on the edge top at 3973 m which dives from Mt. Khumbila (5761 m). We visit Mohang, the origination of the re-manifested Lama of Rongbuk Monastery of Tibet who is accepted to have presented Buddhism in the Khumbu area of Nepal. The trail slides in a progression of soak curves down a sandy incline to the Dush Koshi. We remain medium-term in Phortse Tanga, close to the stream.
Day 6 Phortse Thanga to Machhermo (4,470m/14,663ft): 10km, 4-5 hours (4,470 m)
From Phortse Thanga it is a tough move to Machhermo. We stroll on a trail nearby a rhododendron backwoods and go through a cascade before coming to Tongba Village. We proceed with our tough trek and go through Dole, Labarma and Luza towns before coming to Machhermo. There is a Chhorten directly before the Luza town. All through the present voyage, we will stroll close by the Dudh Koshi River.
Day 7 Machhermo to Gokyo (4,800 m/15,744 ft): 7km, 5 hours (4,800 m)
We start today by climbing an edge for a great view down the valley to Kangtaiga and furthermore up towards Cho Oyu (8153 m). The valley currently augments as the trail goes through Phangkha, where a torrential slide in 1995 slaughtered 40 individuals. We at that point dive to the riverbank before climbing onto the terminal moraine of the Ngazumpa Glacier on a precarious trail. After we traverse a stream, the trail levels out as it pursues the valley past the principal lake, known as Longpongo, at 4690 m. At this crossroads, we get an opportunity to watch lama impressions on a stone. At seeing the subsequent lake, Taboche Tsho, we become hypnotized by the shining turquoise blue sheet of water shimmering in the sun. Minimal in front of the subsequent lake, we achieve the third lake, the two connected by a flooding stream. Gokyo town remains by the third lake and Cho-Oyu Mountain as a setting sets an astounding tremendous sight here. After lunch, we investigate the third lake, Dudh Pokhari.
Day 8 Gokyo Valley: Acclimatization Day - Optional Hike to Gokyo Ri (5357 m/17,570 ft): 2km, 3 - 4 hours (5,357 m)
We will climb to Gokyo Ri, a little top above Gokyo town, toward the beginning of the day and appreciate the incredible perspectives on the whole Khumbu district. As we climb, the perspectives become much increasingly phenomenal and we can see four of the seven most noteworthy pinnacles of Nepal, Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu. Achieving the fourth lake, Thonak Tsho we enjoy the lake's peaceful magnificence after which we trek back along the backtracking trail to the third lake. We may take an extra climb up to the fifth lake, Ngozumba Tsho if time allows and relying upon our physical conditions. From here, the perspective on the Ngozumba ice sheet, the longest icy mass of the Himalayas, is so intriguing.
Day 9 Gokyo to Thagnak (4750 m/15,580 ft): 4km, 4 - 5 hours (4,750 m)
In the event that we didn't climb the Gokyo Ri the earlier day, we can do that today. Moving to the highest point of Gokyo Ri is requesting as it is steep and takes around 3 to 4 hours to achieve the top. In any case, the view of Gokyo town, on the edge of third lake disregarded by Cholatse and the wide Nogzumpa Glacier, is heavenly. We are encompassed by all-encompassing mountains like Kusum Kanguru, Thamserku, Kangtega, Taboche, Cholatse, Makalu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Everest, Changtse, and Pumori. Seeing sunrays kissing Everest which towers over all the encompassing pinnacles is bewildering. We trek through the Ngazumpa Glacier to the mountain on the opposite side. Next, cross along the edge of that mountain and afterward wander into Thagnak. It will be a short climb today with an evening of rest which will set us up for long climbing days and rise increase to come.
Day 10 Thagnak to Cho La pass (5,367m/17,604 ft) to Dzongla (15, 939 ft): 7km, 7 - 8 hours (5,367 m)
Today will be one of the hardest days of the outing. The Cho La pass isn't itself troublesome, however, it is steep and includes an icy mass cross on the eastern side. We should be cautious as the trail is vertical and the stones coated by ice may raise a ruckus by making the trail dangerous. The trail from Phedi moves through a gorge and a rough trail. While trekking through the side of a solidified lake, we reach the highest point of the pass finished with petition banners. The pyramidal Ama Dablam directs a scope of mountains on the south even as Cholatse takes off toward the west and Lobuche East and Baruntse rise forcefully on our right side. We have to go through certain chasms before we reach Dzongla Village. The town gives incredible perspectives on Cholatse, Ama Dablam, Lobuche mountains alongside the Pheriche Village far beneath.
Day 11 Dzongla to Lobuche (4940 m/16,207 ft): 6km, 2 - 3 hours (4,940 m)
This will be a short trek so we have a ton time to unwind and appreciate the excellence that encompasses us. We move down from Dzongla and stroll through a lush trail while getting a charge out of the perspective on Lobuche Peak. The trail bends through the wide waterway bed before coming to Lobuche. We can spend the remainder of the day taking a rest which will enable us to plan for the following day's long trek.
Day 12 Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5,170 m), and Everest Base Camp (5,364 m): 13km, 7 hours (5,170 m)
We take the trail to Everest Base Camp through the once immense Gorak Shep Lake. The way from here can be misdirecting; subsequently, it is significant that we pursue our lead Sherpa steadily. The walk is strenuous because of slight air in the high height before achieving the Everest Base Camp. We return to Gorak Shep for a decent night's rest.
Day 13 Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar (5,545m) to Pheriche (4,288m): 16km, 7-8 hours (5,545 m)
We plan for an early morning trek, in the midst of pre-sunrise haziness and cold temperatures (- 10 to - 14 C). In addition, there is consistently the potential for cold breezes which are very normal. Natural pinnacles, for example, Lingtren, Khumbutse, and Changtse tower toward the east even as Everest uncover itself. Be that as it may, it is after coming to Kala Patthar that we get to see360 degree perspectives on Mt. Everest. We take pictures, appreciate the sublime mountain display, and after that arrive back to Pheriche for a decent night's rest.
Day 14 Pheriche to Namche Bazaar (3,440m): 20km, 7 hours (3,440 m)
We trek down through the slope covered by rhododendron and juniper trees. Our trail pursues the Dudh Koshi sliding quickly through pine woods. In the timberland, we may go over beautiful fowls and mountain goats. The way, in the long run, reaches Sansa from where we can appreciate perspectives on Ama Dablam, Thamserku and Nuptse mountains. We additionally pass winding trails then through timberland before coming to Namche Bazaar.
Day 15 Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2,860m): 19km, 6 - 7 hours (2,860 m)
The trail drops steeply descending so we have to walk carefully as our unstable legs constantly fight the rough territory. In the wake of traverse the quick streaming Dudh Koshi and its tributaries, the trail turns out to be progressively level and common. After our landing in Lukla, we extend those sore legs and review the encounters of the most recent few weeks.
Day 16 Fly to Kathmandu (1,600 m)
We fly to Kathmandu toward the evening. In the wake of landing in Kathmandu, we will be accompanied to our inn. We appreciate the day relaxed or make up for lost time with some very late shopping or investigate any tourist spots we missed during our first day in Kathmandu. To commend the fruitful culmination of our voyage, we will have a goodbye supper at night.
Day 17 Final Departure
Our adventure in Nepal reaches an end today! A Company delegate will drop you off at the air terminal roughly 3 hours before our booked flight. On our approach to home, you will have a lot of time to design your next experience in the magnificent nation of Nepal.