Everest View Trek – 8 Days

The destination of our Everest View Trek is situated at the base of Mt. Everest. It takes a 4 days of walk to the  Khumbu Valley, where amazing views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam can be witnessed. This vista is possible from the Everest View Hotel, nearby the Khumjung Village. The Everest View Trek is one of the shortest treks in the Everest region. This trek is fairly easy and is especially designed for those who want to see the top of the world in a short period of time. Also called the ‘Everest Panorama View Trek’, it is a perfect trip for those who want to see the majestic views of Mt. Everest.


The journey to the Everest View Trek begins from Lukla, 2828 meters above sea level. This trek is brief and effortless. Along the trek, you will see the most beautiful valleys with impressive views of the Himalayas. You can spot all the neighboring 8000m peaks. The authentic himalayan culture, stunning landscape and traditions of the locals is something that makes for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Lukla is a gateway for trekking towards Mt. Everest. The trail in the Sagarmatha National Park has diverse Flora and Fauna. This is an opportunity for travelers to enjoy the beautiful sight of dense pine forests, blooming with Rhododendron flowers.

Namche Bazar

We now reach Namche Bazar to acclimatize ourselves, before we continue on our trek to Tengboche Monastery. Recognized as the highest Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu region, it is considerably the best place for delving into the spiritual pathway. The majority of the locals in the Khumjung region are Sherpas.

March to May and August to November are the best times to trek this region, as the weather conditions are normal and the sky is clear to see the scenery.


Kathmandu Valley UNESCO Sites Day Tour

Kathmandu Valley UNESCO Sites Day Tour.

Nepal is well-known across the world as the home of Mount Everest and Lord Buddha. The geographical and ethnic diversity of the country has widely resulted in the richly diverse culture of the country. Each ethnic group exhibits unique music, dance, art, craft, folktales, festivals, languages, and literature. The country is bestowed with a sumptuous volume of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Kathmandu Valley UNESCO Tour takes you through the old gallis (alleys) of Patan Durbar Square, where timeless wood and stone carvings of hundreds of Hindu and Buddhist idols greet you from every temple wall. You can admire the countless designs on wood-carved windows and the architectural achievements of Newar artisans centuries ago. The stone-carved Krishna temple is craftsmanship at its finest. Also, the row of pagoda temples in the Durbar Square is very aesthetically appealing. The Patan Durbar Square is beautiful and filled with rich culture and architecture. You can also visit Swayambhunath and Baudhanath, where you can enjoy a blissful time away from the noise and chaos of the city. Spinning hundreds of prayer wheels that encircle the main domes and becoming a part of spiritual enchantments and prayers in the evenings gives you a whole new experience.

Kathmandu Valley UNESCO Tour will allow you to visit four popular heritage sites:

These packages include sightseeing in heritage sites. The tour is very suitable for those who want to enjoy Nepal’s cultural and historical sites.

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Everest Base Camp Short Trek -12 Days

The Everest Base Camp Short Trek takes you to the backyard of the Sherpas – Namche Bazaar, Sagarmatha National Park, and Kala Patthar. Mt. Everest has traditionally been the ultimate goal for mountaineers who want to accomplish when they come to Nepal.

This trek passes through Sherpa town, where trekkers acclimatize and admire the lifestyle and hospitality of the locals.

You can observe breathtaking and mesmerizing spectacles of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Cho-Oyu, and many other tall peaks. The biodiversity of the Sagarmatha National Park is especially attractive.

Furthermore, you will arrive at Tengboche Monastery, the highest monastery in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Please familiarize yourself with the inhabitants of Sherpa communities and their culture and lifestyles.

Witness the beauty of Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), Mt. Makalu (8,463 m) and Cho Yu (8,201 m) on this trek. You can observe amazing wildlife like snow leopards, musk deer, and the Himalayan Monal.

The stunning Khumbu Glacier and panoramic Kala Pathar (5,555m) will give a mesmerizing and memorable experience. This trek takes you to the world’s highest airport in Syanboche.

We start our hike to the Everest base camp with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, equipped with all the necessary permits and trekking gear. The Everest Base Camp Short Trek is full of challenges, excitement, and beauty.

The best time to go on this trek is Autumn (Sep-Oct-Nov) and Spring (March-April-May). This trek is moderate, which takes you to an elevation of 5364 meters.


Mardi Himal Trek – 11 Days

Mardi Himal Trek is a relatively easier trekking route, situated in the Annapurna region. It is one of the less crowded treks in Nepal, though gaining popularity these days. The trek is a box full of surprises, as it provides a scenic and remarkable experience of the mountainous environment. A Panorama of green hills, snowcapped mountains, and walks along the primitive forests of beautiful rhododendrons and oak. The trail witnesses a spectacle of the Annapurna mountain ranges, Dhaulagiri, Mt. Machhapuchhre, and Manaslu.

Mardi Himal Trek takes you to wonderful and remote villages like Siding, where you can observe the way of life, culture, customs, and local ethnic groups, particularly the Gurung community. This trek rewards you with an unspoiled cultural and traditional experience.

You can observe exotic flora and fauna varieties such as Rhododendrons, magnolia, pine, and oak timberland along the trekking trail. Mardi Himal Trek is extremely viewed as an ‘Eco-Tourism course’ in the Annapurna district. It is a truly and moderately calm, short, and unspoiled trek in the Annapurna region. You will feel refreshed and amazed by the greenery, vegetation, and terraced farms along with the trek route.

Our final destination in Mardi Himal offers scenes of different mountains, forests, valleys, waterfalls, and many more. Mardi Himal Trek commences from Pokhara, where we took a ride to Kande and then trek to Pothana or Deurali. Then we move towards High Camp via. Low Camp, and finally reach our destination Mardi Himal Base Camp. After the wonderful experience in base camp, we descend to Sidding. We trek down to Sidding and then Mardi River basin from where we drive back to Pokhara by local /private vehicle (jeep, car, van, bus, etc.) provided by the company.


Gokyo Lake Trek – 14 Days

The Gokyo Lake trek offers a chance to witness a close-up of the Himalayan ranges. It offers amazing views of mountains over 8000m including Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, and the Ngozumpa Glacier. The Ngozumpa glacier is the largest in the Nepal Himalayas. Mountains such as Ama Dablam, Pumori, Labuche, Makalu and many more peaks observable from this destination, is the special feature of this trek.

Gokyo Lake trek view

Gokyo Ri is the closest point to observe Mount Everest. The trek is an adventurous and challenging one. The Gokyo Lake Trek is clustered with Sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries. You will walk by many smiling faces on the way, despite the fact that life on the mountain is formidable. The trail leads you to a very high altitude and so you need to acclimatise yourself in Namche Bazaar. This town is the unofficial capital of the Everest Region, Khumbu. Eventually, you’ll get to your destination in the vicinity of Mount Everest and other peaks, as well as amazing glaciers.

Tourist in Gokyo view

The Gokyo Lake trek begins from Lukla Airport, where we pass through the major trails to Namche Bazaar, a prosperous village situated in a huge secluded bowl-shaped region. You will have an undeniably authentic experience here. On this trek, you will be enchanted by the dynamic scenery of Gokyo Valley, including the series of beautiful Gokyo Lakes. You will witness the first lake Longpongo, which resides at an elevation of 4690m. The second lake, Taboche Tsho, enchants us with its shiny turquoise-blue water in the sun. In this trek, you will walk through peaceful, off-the-beaten paths of the Everest region in order to reach Gokyo valley. You will have an exceptional experience when catch sight of the sunrise/sunset scene at Mount Everest and other neighbouring peaks from Gokyo Ri (5357 m). Ogle at the tranquillity of these dazzling glacial lakes, an activity that is especially pleasing in the afternoon.

Mountain Views during Gokyo trek

The Gokyo Lake trek is excellent for people who want to trek in the Everest region but want a variety of scenes within a limited number of high-altitude nights. The highest elevation on this trek is Gokyo Ri at 5,357 m. The best time to head out for your Gokyo Lake Trek is from September to December or February to June.

Frequently Asked Question

Q: How difficult is Gokyo Trek?
Gokyo Lake is a challenging hike. You must be in decent physical and mental shape to take on this trek, which requires 5 to 6 hours of walking, not including acclimatization days. The difficult terrain, steep slopes, and high passes tend to be even more taxing.

Q: Where can I find Gokyo?
By Air: You must take a journey from Kathmandu to Lukla if you travel by air. You can go to Gokyo Lakes or reach Everest Base Camp (EBC). By Road: You might choose to go by bus from Kathmandu to Jiri if you can’t afford to take a flight.

Q: Is Gokyo Lake Valuable?
For 360-degree views of the Everest Range, Cho Oyo and the Gokyo lakes, and the enormous Ngozumpa glacier, it is well worth climbing Gokyo Ri, which is 5380 meters high. Take your time climbing to prevent altitude sickness and a costly return trip in the medical helicopter.

Q: What is the Gokyo Lake’s Depth?
The researchers had previously assumed that these lakes were shallower. The Gokyo Lake is 43 m deep, whereas the Fourth Lake (Thonak Cho) is 62.4 m deep.

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