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A Guide to Trekking in Nepal

A Guide to Trekking in Nepal

Caption: Nepal has some of the most beautiful treks in the world     

Nepal is famous for its stunning landscapes, mountainous treks, and unforgettable experiences. The most famous summit is the mighty Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, which draws people from all over the globe to view its majestic peak. However, beautiful and impressive as it is, there is much, much more to Nepal than Mount Everest. we discuss here a guide to trekking in Nepal.

From the traditional teahouses and ancient monasteries to the rich culture and mouth-watering cuisine, Nepal is one of the most unique places in the world. The Himalaya mountain range is the “spine” of the country and holds some of the nation’s most valued treasures. The best way to explore these beautiful summits is by trekking them, but there are a few things worth knowing before you set out in this region. 

Everest base camp trek in April

What to take

When you’re trekking through tricky terrain, it’s important to have a few essentials with you. It goes without saying that you’ll need your passport, trekking permits, and insurance details; these should be kept in a waterproof bag in an accessible place as the permits will be checked at various points along the trail.

You’ll also need:

  • Sleeping bag – anything from -30° to a -15° bag is sufficient
  • Warm jacket
  • Gloves
  • Worn-in hiking shoes
  • Toilet paper
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Camera
  • Sun cream, sunglasses and sun hat
  • Lip balm and moisturizer
  • Head torch
  • Cash
  • A book
  • Trekking poles

Invest in clothes that dry easily and retain warmth so that you can layer up easily. Bring something comfortable to wear on your feet in the evening so you can take your heavy boots off and always bring plenty of snacks.


Caption: Every trek is different so it’s important to follow safety procedures     

Where to go

Trekkers are spoiled for choice in this beautiful region. If this is your first trek, the best thing to do is look for treks that offer the most features that suit you. Look at difficulty levels, length of trek, budget and scenery options to nail down the right trek for you.

  • Everest Base Camp is the most popular option for anyone looking for a spectacular close up of the mountain. You can also see Sherpa villages on the way, as well as seeing the Dudhkoshi River and learning about famous mountaineers who have gone before you.
  • Annapurna Circuit offers the most stunning views of the Annapurnas, Macchupucchre, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. Trekkers are easily acclimatized as they traverse through a variety of landscapes, from fresh alpine valleys to arid peaks. This is a moderately difficult trail and lasts 14 days.
  • Manaslu Base Camp is a stunning trek that has incredible vistas of the peaks along the Nepal-Tibet border. It is an adventurous trek for those looking for something a little more challenging and remote. It demands that at least two trekkers are accompanied by a Nepali guide or porter as the terrain is hard and takes around 15 days.

There are many, many more treks to choose from, so work out what you are hoping to achieve with your trek and use the criteria to determine which trek is the right one for you.

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Climbing Everest does not come without its difficulties. In fact, you’re more likely to get into MENSA than make it up to the summit and back safely, so it is essential to take extra precautions to ensure your safety.

First of all, make sure that you are accompanied by a guide at all times and always, always let other people know what your plans are so that someone will know if you are missing. Stick to the high side on the route and get regular weather updates to stay ahead of any changes in wind direction and conditions.

It’s important to remember that avalanches are likely to occur after a bout of heavy snowfall. Avoid trekking when snow is predicted or following an earthquake to minimize your risk.

Altitude sickness is a real danger in Nepal. It happens when the body does not get enough oxygen to allow the body to function normally. Cut back on sugar, walk slowly uphill and stay as hydrated as possible to minimize the effects.

A guide to Trekking in Nepal will provide you with a lifetime’s worth of memories, just remember to pack the right equipment, choose the right route and take all of the safety precautions to ensure that you have the best possible time.


How to Prepare for Your First Trek

How to Prepare for Your First Trek   

A challenging trek will require a great deal of strength, perseverance, and determination. To successfully finish a tough trail, you will need to be both mentally and physically strong. To ensure you are exactly that, read the following tips on how to prepare for your first trek.  

Caption: Nepal is mainly located in the Himalayas, so it is an ideal destination for adventure seekers.

Reduce Your Stress Levels 

It is easy to feel more than a little stressed at the prospect of an upcoming trek. In addition to leaving behind your responsibilities at home or work, you must ensure you have packed the right gear for your adventure. What’s more, you’ll have to live a rather basic life on your travels while focusing on remaining both safe and healthy. It is, therefore, imperative to find ways to reduce your stress levels prior to a trek, which will ensure you adopt the right mindset when heading off on a trail. For this reason, you must mentally and physically prepare for a journey by looking for ways to unwind.     

For example, you should relax in a hot bubble bath with a good book, which is a home comfort you could miss along the route. You could also use your free time to tune into your favorite sports while you can, especially as you might have limited access to a TV or game news when tackling a challenging hike. For instance, you can distract your mind by placing a wager on an upcoming sporting event, such as the Grand National, Wimbledon, or Euro 2020.    

Alternatively, you could relax in your comfortable bed by watching a Netflix series or YouTube videos on your smartphone. You’ll feel a million miles away from these creature comforts when you’re hiking the Himalayas, traveling through Nepal or tackling the Inca Trail.  

Caption: It is essential to be both mentally and physically strong prior to a trek. 

Mentally Prepare for Basic Living Conditions 

Comfortable beds, hot showers, and running water might be hard to come by on your trail. To avoid a culture shock, you would be smart to familiarise yourself with the basic living conditions you can expect during a trek, which could help you to mentally prepare for an adventure. It might also help to push through a challenge by taking a few home comforts with you, such as your favorite snacks.  

Enjoy a Healthy Diet is the best tips for how to prepare for your first trek.  

The last thing you will want is to feel unwell during a trek, which could prevent you from completing a trail and ticking the challenge off your bucket list. To prevent illness, you must enjoy a healthy diet prior to trekking, which will ensure you are fit and well from day one of your adventure. You also can prevent sickness and muscle aches during a trek by drinking bottled or boiled water, regularly using a hand sanitizer and monitoring your posture.  

So, if you want to feel both physically and mentally ready for an upcoming trek, you’d be wise to follow the above tips for how to prepare for your first trek.  


Phaplu to Everest base camp

 Phaplu to Everest Base Camp 

Nepal is known all over the world as the land of the mountain peak. World’s highest peak Mt Everest in Nepal. It is the dream of every person in the world to trek from  Phaplu to Everest base camp. This trek will make you closer to nature. The beautiful mountain peak, green landscape, and the sub-tropical forest will take you all stress away. You can also enjoy the local lifestyle of Nepali people in the Khumbu region.  

You will get to observe different types of cultures and religions followed in Nepal. Get the magnificent view of the amazing mountains like Everest (8,848m / 29, 028ft) Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m-24,940 ft.), Mt. Nuptse (7,855m-25,772 ft.) Amadablam (6,812 m / 22,480 ft.) Kangtenga (6,782 m / 22, 380 ft.) Tharmarserku (6,623 m / 21, 855 ft.) Kwangde (6,011 m / 19,837 ft.) Kusum Kanguru (6,373 m / 21,030 ft.) holy Mt. Khumbu-la (5,761 m / 19,012 ft.).  Phaplu to Everest Base Camp is a really exciting trekking journey. 

Additionally, you can also get the stunning aerial view from the Lukla airport. The altitude of this trek starts increasing from 2,800 meters at the Lukla airport to 5,364 meters at Everest base camp. You will find many hotels in the lower altitude place but with altitude growth, you may not find hotels so, you may have to stay overnight the teahouse. And, you can also get the best view of the world’s highest peak Mount Everest from Kala Patthar. TIMS is an entry permit for entering to Sagarmatha National park.

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Phaplu to Everest base camp trek is less travel area

It cost 2000 NRS for individual trekkers and 1000 NRS for group trekkers. You can get these permits on Kathmandu and Pokhara. You can see some rare species of flora and fauna inside Sagarmatha national park. Some of the rare animals found here are Red Panda, Musk Deer, and Snow leopard, Himalayan black Deer, Himalayan Thar, Langur Monkeys, Martens and Himalaya wolves. Sagarmatha Nation Park is also included in the world’s heritage site by UNESCO. The best time to trek any place in Nepal is spring season but December is best for trekking to mountainous place in Nepal.  

However, If you trek to Everest base camp in December then you can get the best view of the mountains covered in snow. You can also visit the oldest monastery in Nepal which was built around 1916 BC by Lama Gulu. Gokyo Lake is another highlight of the Everest base camp trek. The snow meltwater flowing through the middle of the High Mountain is amazing. The Everest Base Camp trek is full of an adventure and a bit challenging job that starts at Lukla Airport and ends at Everest Base Camp. There are several paths or routes to go through, however, the most preferred way is through Phaplu and Salleri 

Salleri to Everest Base Camp  

Salleri to Everest Base Camp is also considered as the alternating trekking route to Everest. Your trek starts with a drive from Kathmandu to Phaplu. Phaplu is a town located in the northwest part of Nepal. You can reach Phaplu from Kathmandu by road as well as flights. But since many people enjoy the road trip so we suggest you to take the road. Trekking through Phaplu is quiet longer than trekking through Lukla airport but you will adore the natural and cultural diversity. You can get the glance of some mountains like Numbu (6960m.), Cho-Oyu (8201m.), Gyangchung Kang (7922m.) people take this route to go Everest base camp trekking because you can enjoy the Rhododendron forest, rivers, villages, monastery.

This trek can be completed in 19 – 20 days. From Phaplu you will be heading toward Takshindo which is situated at the altitude of 2960 meters from the sea level. Tak Shindo is famous for cheese, there is an old cheese factory at Takshindo. It takes about 6 hours of walk from Phaplu to reach to Takshindo. Following Dhudh Koshi Khola from Takshindo, you will reach to Khari Khola in about 5 hours. Everest base camp trekking is a risky thing to do so, the safest way to trek to Everest base camp is considered to be through Phaplu. The best time for EBC trek through Phaplu and Salleri is taken as spring (March, Apr, May) and autumn (Sep, Oct, Nov) season.  

Brief itinerary  for Phaplu to Everest base camp trek

Day 01: – Arrive in Kathmandu  

Our team from above the Himalayan will pick you at the airport and escort you to your hotel room. You may rest for some time since you will be tired from the hectic flight. At the time of dinner, you will have a short meeting with our team regarding the trek.  

 Day 02: – Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu  

The second day will start with the first wake up in Nepal. Today you can visit some cultural and traditional places of Kathmandu. Swayambunath and Pashupatinath are some of the places that you must visit in Kathmandu valley.  

Day 03: – Kathmandu to Salleri or Phaplu 

You will start your trekking days from today. There are two alternate from Kathmandu to Everest base camp flight from Phaplu or drive from Salleri. You can take any route, Phaplu and Salleri are nearly at the same distance from the Kathmandu.  

Day 04: – Phaplu or Salleri to Takshindo 3140 meters  

Whichever route you will take Phaplu or Salleri, you will reach to Takshindo. From Takshindo you will get the amazing view of the Number Himal. You will enjoy the roadside trip through Ringmo Village. For the people who took the flight from Phaplu, you and Salleri both will meet at Takshindo 

Day 05: – Takshindo to Kharikhola (2010 meters)  

Tak Shindo is situated at the hill, so from there you will get a stunning view of the village and mountains. You will have to descend from Takshindo to reach Kharikhola. You will walk through the Nunthala and crossing across the Dudh Khosi Khola. 

Day 06: – Kharikhola to Payia (2730 meters).  

After having early morning breakfast at Kharikhola you will head toward Payia. The route to Payia goes through the Bupsa village. The path to Payia is rocky so it may be slightly difficult but you will enjoy crossing small streams and bridges.  

Day 08: – Payia to Phakding (2652 meters)  

Phakding is a flat plan so it will be easier to trek. You will be trekking through the steep road of surkhe. There was a small settlement in surkhe surrounded by enormous mountains and grassy land. It takes 2 – 3 hour to reach Phakding.  

 Day 09: – Phakding to Namche  

Trekking from Phakding to Namche is also exciting. Namche is situated at the uphill so you will have to ascend from Phakding. You will have the thrilling experience of crossing to the suspension bridge which joins two mountains from the opposite side. The Sherpa settlement of the Namche valley is very famous.  

Day 10: – Namche Acclimatization day.  

Today is the acclimation day at Namche. Namche Is a cultural village there are different monasteries around. You will get the Mesmerizing views of the diverse flora and fauna, mountain peaks and rivers. One will also be delighted to watch the view of Amadablam, Tawoche, Everest, Kantega, Thamserku surrounded by the high Himalayan peak. You can also roam around Namche bazaar. Namche Bazaar is famous for the local product.  

Day 11: – Namche to Tengboche (3870 meters)  

From Namche, you will continue your trek toward Everest base camp. The next destination of your trek is Tengboche. Tengboche is situated at a high altitude so you will have to walk uphill’s. It takes 5 jour walk to from Namche to Tengboche.  

Day 12: – Tengboche to Dingboche (4410 meters).  

Today you will reach to Dingboche from Tengboche. The trail goes crossing the ImjaKhola and Pangboche. There is a monastery at Pangboche which is called Pangboche gumba and consider as the oldest monastery of the Everest region and hold lots of Buddhists belief. You will stay overnight at Dingboche.  

Day 13: – Dingboche Acclimatization day.  

Again today is acclimatization day at Dingboche. There is a place called Chhukung at 4 hours from Dingboche. You have to go through the bank of ImjaKhola which is the island peak river. Is From here you can also get a glance of the south of Mount Lhotse and Mount Nuptse.  

 Day 14: – Dingboche to Lobuche (4900 meters)  

The trail to Lobuche from Dingboche to Lobuche is steep and rocky. Although, The trail is filing with the trees on the side of the road. The sunrise and sunset view from Lobuche is just breathtaking. There is Crain’s rock which is from the memory of the trekkers who trekked through this route in the past.  

Day 15: – Lobuche to Gorakshep to Everest base camp (5364 meters)  

Today is the most exciting day of your trekking journey. Therefore From early morning breakfast at Lobuche, you will head off to Gorakshep which is lying at the altitude of 5164 meters from the sea level. You will also be walking to the new base camp of Everest. The older one is which Hillary and Tenzing climbed. You can get the view of the mountains like Pumori, Khumbutse, and Nuptse from Everest base camp.  

Day 16: – Gorakshep to Kalapathar and down to Pheriche.  

From Gorakshep, you will climb up to Kalapathar. Kalapathar is located at an altitude of 5545 meters. It takes 7 hours to reach Kalapathar from Gorakshep, so you better start your trek from the early morning. Kalap atthar is famous for the Paranomic view of the mountains, it is also known as the Mountain Viewpoint. You can see mountains like Mt. Everest, Lhotse face, Nuptse, Amadablam, Taboche, Cholatse, Lobuche East and Pumori from Kalapathar. After the view of mountains, you will be heading back to Pheriche.  

Day 17: – Pheriche to Namche  

You will be descending back to Namche after reaching to Everest base camp and Kalapathar. It is easier to trek back than ascending trek. It is faster as well. So from Pheriche, you will reach to Namche. You can enjoy the amazing Sherpa valley following the traditional culture and religion. Overnight at Namche.  

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Day 18: – Namche to Lukla and lukla to Kathmandu.  

From Namche, you can either continue trekking backward or trek to Lukla. Lukla is located at an altitude of 2840 meters. From Lukla, you can easily find the flight back to Kathmandu. The Arial view of the mountain is exhilarating. It takes less than 25 minutes to reach Kathmandu from Lukla flight. The flight may cancel due to the weather condition. Overnight at the hotels in Kathmandu.  

Day 21: – Final departure  

Today is your last day in Nepal for your Phaplu to Everest base camp trek. Therefore your flight is in the evening you can spend your day by going to Thamel bazaar which is famous for tourists. Here you can also find local Nepali products at a reasonable price. We hope you had a great time trekking with our team and wish to see you in more trekking journey. All in all, on the last day of your trekking journey, accumulates all the memory of the super exciting and fun trip. 

Happy trekking!!!  



Trekking to Tilicho Base Camp

Trekking to Tilicho base camp

Trekking to Tilicho base camp is one of the thrilling trekking experience of Nepal. It is situated in the Annapurna range of Nepal. Tilicho Lake is the highest lake in the world which is situated at an altitude of 4913 meters from the sea level. It is also preferred to trek by the people trekking Annapurna base camp. Tilicho base camp is created by snowmelt from the mountains and glacier. The trail to Tilicho base camp is the same as the Annapurna base camp.

The trail goes through the beautiful Gurung village. Tillich base camp is situated in the military area, that is why trekking in Tilicho base camp is also considered as an off-limit trek. There is some military place where the restriction is applied for trekkers. Tilicho Lake also has religious importance as it is also mentioned in the holy book of Hindu “the Ramayana”. The water of Tilicho Lake is also considered as the holy water. Tilicho base camp is also a beautiful combination of cultural and natural diversity. This trek is full of natural beauty, green landscape and the alpine forest adds magnificence to the trek.

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Enjoy the great view in trekking to Tilicho base camp

The trek goes through the varied ethnic group including Sherpa and Gurung people following the Tibetan culture. The houses are also carved in Buddhist style and with their script written in the walls. You will also be going through the lovely Manang village where you will be welcomed with great hostility. Tilicho Lake is one of the fun and enjoyable trek in Nepal.

Tilicho lake trek

The following are the brief itinerary of the trekking to Tilicho.

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu
For this trek, you will have to first arrive in Kathmandu valley. Our team form above the Himalaya will pick you up and then you will be taken in your hotel. You might be exhausted from the trip so you either rest or roam around the street of Kathmandu valley.

Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley
You may like to visit some of the places in Kathmandu valley. We suggest you visit the holy temple of Kathmandu like Pashupatinath and Sywanbhunath which are also been listed but UNSECO in the world heritage site.

Your whole day will be spending on visiting some famous places in Kathmandu.

At night you will be having typical Nepali food in Nepali style in the traditional way. After having dinner you will have the meeting regarding our trip to Tilicho base camp. you will be given information regarding the necessary stuff that you need to carry.

Day 3 : Drive to Beshishar

Your real trek starts from the third day, trek to Beshishar form Kathmandu. Beshishar is situated at an altitude of 830 meters from sea level. You can find the bus to reach Beshishar from Kathmandu. We will be going through the Kathmandu- Pokhara highways. You can enjoy the amazing view of the Kathmandu and Pokhara valley. We have a small glance at the well-known mountain peaks like Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. You will be staying overnight at the lodge.

Day 4:Trek to Bahundanda

Your fourth day will start from early morning breakfast at the hotel of Beshishar with a magnificent view of the green landscape and mountains. After that, you will be heading toward your destination Bahundanda which is located at the altitude of 1300 meters. The trail will take you through the bank of Marshyandgi River. From Marshyandgi it will take 2 hours to walk to reach Bahundanda. The route is quite steep. 

Day 5: Trek to Chame
From Bahundanda your next destination is to reach Chame with is located at the altitude of 1,405 meters. You can enjoy the enormous view of the stunning snowcapped mountains. Chame is a small village. The waterfall on the trail makes your ear relaxed with the pleasant sound. After crossing the Marshyandgi you will reach to Jagat, from Jagat it takes about an hour to reach Chame. You can stay overnight at the hotels of Chame.

Day 6 : Trek to Bagarchap
The next day of the trek will take you to the Bagarchap at the altitude of 2160 meters. The route from Chamje to Bagarchap is rocky and steep, it will be a bit difficult to trek through the rocky trail. You will have to trek uphills though Tal (1675 m). It will take about 5 hours to reach Bagarchap. The houses of Bargarchap are small one-storied stoned roofed.

 Day 6 :Trek to Chame

You will be starting your trek from the early morning. Chame is situated at an altitude of 2630 meters from the sea level. The trail will take you through the oak and pine forest at Danaque (2210m). After the forest, there is a small wooden bridge that takes you to the ascending way of the timing. You will reach the bottom of LamjungHimal. Continue the walk you will finally reach to Chame where you will stay overnight.
tilicho lake trek

 Day 7 :Trek to Pisang

Your morning started from the amazing view of the sunrise from LamjungHimal. The trail continues through the pine and oak forest. Climbing through the stony and rocky roads. The trail becomes steeper as you move forward. The striking view the rock face of Paungda Danda which is rising above 1500m above the river, the rock is surely worth watching. From here you can watch the view of high mountains like Annapurna II as well as Pisang Peak (6091m). After moving a few meters forward you will reach Pisang where you will be staying overnight.


Day 8 :Trek to Manang

Today is the most exciting day of your trek to Tilicho base camp as you will be going to one of the most popular villages in Nepal. Manang village lies at the elevation of 3540 meters. You will be climbing uphill from Pisang. The climate of Manang is cold so as much you get closer to Manang colder the climate gets.

You can also get the view of the Tilicho peak (7145m) from Manang valley. Manang valley is fill with natural beauties like green landscapes, silvery mountains, Shortens, and Monasteries. Barge Monastery is the largest monastery in the Manang district which holds many religious beliefs. Manang district is full of unique cultures and lifestyles of local people. You can stay overnight at our Lodge.

We suggest you acclimatize at Manang village

Day 9 : Trek to Khangsar Village
After an enjoyable day at Manang district, our next destination will be a trek to Kangsar village with is located at the altitude of 3700 meters from the sea level. The trail to Kangsar will take you through the Kangsar River. After crossing the river you will reach Kangsar village. You can observe the local Tibetan living style in this village. Kangsar village is the oldest village in Nepal. You can stay overnight in this village.

Day 10 : Trekking to Tilicho base camp

Finally, the day of trekking to Tilicho base camp has come. The path to Tilicho base camp goes through the many Gambas. The road to Tilicho base camp is constructing now in the down part of the trail. One of the ways upholds the altitude, crossing the narrow slopes toward the station and the other way continues to ascend towards the line of the ridge.

The most used path by the trekkers is the old path which is much more difficult as it goes on the rise line of the ridge, the final way is the new path that goes a completely hard route. The trail Continues along the new path which takes you to the high submit and inclined on bends the scree slope from the side of the main village. At the bottom of the Tilicho base camp, it is a bit suffered. There is a building on the opposite side of the Tilicho base camp which of altitude of 4200 meters. You can stay overnight at this building.
Tilicho lake short trek

Day 11 :Trek to Tilicho Lake

Today you will be trekking to the world’s highest lake Tilicho lake. It will take about 5 – 6 hours walk to reach Tilicho Lake from the Tilicho base camp. So you will have to start your journey at early morning. The weather of Tilicho Lake is the very cold cause of the highest altitude. You may also have problems breathing because of high elevation. After enjoying the beautiful movements Tilicho Lake then you will have to trek back to Tilicho base camp where you can stay overnight.

Day 12 : Trek to yarkKharka
It is time to hike downward, so from Tilicho base camp, you will slowly move down to yarkKharka. Yak Kharka is located at an altitude of 4000 meters. The trail continues slowly through the Marshyandgi River. Enjoying the wide vegetation you will reach to yarkKharka.
Day 13: Trek to Thorong Pedi
From yarkKharka you will trek down to Thorong Pedi. It is at an altitude of 4450 meters from the sea level. You will cross the wooden river at the Marshyandgi River. After following the narrow trail through the steep and rocky route you will reach to Thorong Pedi.

Day 14: Trek to Muktinath
You will have to walk about 8 hours form Thorong Pedi to reach Muktinath. Trekking to Muktinath is one of the best days of this trek. From an early morning walk from Thorong Pedi. You will go through the Thorong La Pass at the altitude of 5400 meters. After walking the steep path you will finally reach Muktinath.

Day 15: Trek to Jomsom

After spending a religious time at Muktinath you will be heading toward Jomsom at the altitude of 2720 meters. Path to Jomsom is full of meadows, rivers, and streams which includes Kali Janaki River. You can get pleasing and scenic views of Tilicho Mountain and beautiful wet hills. There are lots of Buddhists stupas throughout the trail.

Day 16: Fly to Pokhara
You can take a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. The time of flight is about 25 minutes. You will have to wake up early as the flight is mainly available in the morning time. The weather condition also does not change during the morning. You can also enjoy the superb view of the high snowcapped mountains from the flight. You will stay overnight at hotels in Pokhara

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Day 17: Fly to Kathmandu and final departure

The flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu is easily available. It takes a maximum of forty-five minutes to reach Kathmandu from Pokhara in flight. You can also take a bus or private taxi to Kathmandu. After having lunch at Kathmandu we will take you to the airport. Its been a great honor after your Trekking to Tilicho base camp. We wish you a safe journey at home. You will hope to see you for more trekking activities. Happy trekking!!!

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek

Nepal is the true gem in terms of natural resources and beautiful scenarios. I assure you that if you are a nature lover then Nepal is the perfect destination for you. Various sparkling lakes, incredibly beautiful mountains, rivers as well as huge beautiful temples, etc are the factors to which is Nepal is well known for. Jiri to Everest base camp trek is the oldest classic route in Nepal.

We, Nepalese People, are always proud of those resources and blessed of possessing it. Among them, Mt Everest is the tallest mountain in the world that lies in Nepal. There are no human beings who don’t dream of visiting Mount Everest. Nepal is only such a place where you can enjoy marvelous landscapes and also hospitality environments, explore differently and remain close to nature. Everest base camp trek can be done by those trekkers who have enough trekking experience and obviously who is physically fit.

Jiri to Everest base camp trek oldest routes

Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek is one of the best adventurous treks who can have in the Everest region. Therefore Jiri to Everest Base Camp trekking is almost 3-week long trekking. Thus one should be physically fit to accomplish this trek. Therefore Nepal always stood top of the bucket list of many travelers to spend quality time. And without any doubt, Nepal serves to the fullest to those who want to explore the true beauty of Nepal. Whether it be the holiday seasons or any festival seasons, Nepal is always ready to portray the best version of nature that is beyond the expectation of anyone.

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Trekking from Jiri to Lukla

There are two optional routes to go to Everest Base Camp trek they are one starts from Lukla which is the route most of the trekker’s trek and the other is from Jiri. The fact that Everest Base Camp trek from Jiri is less traveled as compared to the trekking trail from Lukla. If you are a challenge taker then this route can be the best option for you to explore the adventurous nature.

We know that Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) has its appeal of its own. Jiri to Everest Base Camp is popular ever since the days of early climbing voyages. Sagarmatha has always lured many tourists and visitors through its icy structure and amazing landscapes. Nowadays the trek to Everest Base Camp via Jiri is becoming famous trekking trails it is due to the fact that Jiri is also called the Switzerland of Nepal.

everest base camp short trek

Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek attracts the original route into the Solu-Khumbu region which was used by the early discovers of Everest. You will also encounter the majority of Sherpa people, who were initially from Tibet, residing in the Solukhumbu region.  therefore Your trek from Jiri starts along the Dudh Koshi river and the Khumbu region that lies above the Lukla. This route is mostly used by porters and other packed animals however contains fewer trekker than from Lukla to Everest Base Camp.

Jiri To Namche

Being on the top of the highest peak is the challenging task in itself and most importantly the trekking trails will decide how your whole week’s trek would be. This captivating trek bids a pleasing opportunity to ascent Kalapathar Top (5,545m). And the 360-degree view from the Kala Patthar would surely melt your heart and anyone could not resist capturing the magical moments either in the photograph or in the inner core of the hearts.

Your EBC trek via Jiri starts at an altitude of 1800 and crosses countless ridges. And then ascending to lower rivers at the altitude of 1500m. Junbesi (2680 m, visit the ThubtenChholing Monastery) and Namche Bazar (3440 m, the business hub of the Khumbu region)are the places to take rest and acclimatization days.

Trip Fact

Destination: Nepal
Activity: sightseeing, city tour, trekking
Trip Level: Moderate
Accommodation: Teahouse/Lodge
Transportation: Flight/Drive, Tourist Bus/Jeep
Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
Max Elevation: 5,643 m  (Kala Patthar)
Trip Duration: 18 Days/ 17 days lodges
Best Season to visit: February- May and October, November

Brief Itinerary of   Jiri to Everest base camp trek.

You will encounter the superior vistas of the giant mountains (Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, etc,) that includes Mount Everest also. And it would be more fun to interact with the original people. EBC trek via Jiri depicts the same route which was traveled by First Mountain Climbers (Sir Edmund Hillary and Mr. Tenzing Sherpa) in 1952.

Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu, Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA)

You will be picked up from the TIA by our office representative. And then transferring you to the hotel would be another task. therefore This day you will have full resting and meeting and greeting day. Short orientation of the trek would be provided for you on this day.
Overnight in Hotel.

where is Kathmandu

Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley.
I am sure that you would always want to explore the buzzing city of Nepal, Kathmandu. The second day of your journey starts with exploring the famous historical and religious places inside Kathmandu Valley. You can go on a sightseeing tour and visit Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath, Swayambunath, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, etc.

Doing this would be prepared for the 3-week long trek and refreshment activities. Late evening you will also have a short meeting with our guide about the trekking destination.
Overnight in hotel

Day 03: Kathmandu from Jiri drive

the start day of Jiri to Everest base camp trek. The real journey starts from this day. You would have a scenic and enjoyable 8-9 hrs drive from Kathmandu to Jiri. You will enjoy the countryside view throughout the ride, and following the Sunkoshi River would drive away your boredom. Jiri, a small town in Dolakha, and marked as the Switzerland of Nepal is what heaven looks like.

Overnight at guest house.

Day 04: Trek to Sete village and Junbesi. (4-5 hours/ 6-7 hours)
This day your trekking journey would descend to LikhuKhola. You will be traveling to Sete village (Sherpa village) crossing the bridges and passing through several terrace farming. Afterward, you will be passing to Lamjura pass and reach to Junbesi (that lies between Jiri and Namche Bazar).
Overnight at lodge

Day 05: Trek to Nunthala.

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours
Day 5th trekking destination would be trekking to Nunthala from Junbesi. At this place, a short glimpse of Mount Everest starts showing up. From Junbesi, the trekking starts following through the small market in Salleri and descend to RingmoKhola.
Overnight at Lodges at Nunthala

Day 06: Trek to Khari Khola Village.

Trekking Duration – 5-6 hours
From Nunthala, an arduous 6 hours would take you to Khari Khola Village. Along the way, you will  also get a chance to explore Karyolung (6511m), Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Gyachung Kang (7952m), Khumbila (5761m), and several other peaks,
Overnight stay at Khari Khola.

Day 07: Trek to Surke.

Trekking Duration– 5-6 hours
Day 7 of your trek would take you over the suspension bridge and ascend through the steep trail. Although,  This day you would be trekking with ease, walking through the dense forest filled with pine and oak trees.
Overnight in Surke.

everest high pass trek

Day 08: Trek to Phakding and trek to Namche Bazaar.

Trekking Duration- 4/5 hours and 5/6 hours
From Surke, follow the trails of the DudhKoshiriver and trek towards Phakding. Then from Phakding, your trail en route to Namche Bazaar, which is also known as the Gateway of Everest.
You will also encounter lots of Sherpa town that is filled with restaurants, lodges, hotels and bakery shops. You can buy any trekking gear here.
Overnight at hotel in Namche

Day 9: Acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar

You will have a day of trekking today and have an acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar on our Jiri to Everest base camp trek.  You can either take rest or go for a short day hike to Khunde and Khumjung Sherpa’s village. Explore the Sherpa village and return to Namche Bazaar for overnight.

Day 10: Trek to Tengboche Monastery.
Altitude: Tengboche (3,855m/12,850ft)
Duration: 5-6 hours
The major tasks of this day would be exploring Tengboche Monastery. It is also the largest monastery in the Khumbu region
Overnight at lodge in Tengboche.

Day 11: Trek to Dingboche village.

Altitude: Dingboche (4,360m/14,290 ft)
Duration: 5-6 hours
You will observe the stunning views of Mt. Ama. Dablam, Mt. Khnumbila, and also Mt. Thamserku. These mountains are regarded as sacred mountains of the patron god of the Khumbu region. You would encounter a drastically changing landscape.
Overnight at lodge/tea house

Day 12: Trek to Lobuche. 5-6 hours.

Altitude: Lobuche (4,930m/16,175 ft)
Trekking Duration: 5 hr
Highlights of this day trek:
• Explore jaw-dropping mountainous views
• Several peoples have lost their lives at the top of the hill, a long time before. You can remember them and commemorate their daring decision.
Overnights at tea house

Kala Patthar trek

Day 13: Trek to Everest Base Camp and then descend back to Gorakshep

Altitude: Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft), Gorakshep (5,185m/ 17,010 ft)
This day is the special day of trekking. therefore the major highlights of this day trekking are exploring Khumbu glacier and enjoying sparkling peeks, Khumbu Icefall, Pumori and Lhotse.
Spend overnight at Gorakshep
Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Day 14: Climb up to Kala Patthar and trek down to Pangboche

Trekking duration: 6-7 hrs
Start early morning trekking to Kala Patthar and enjoy the jaw-dropping vistas of magical mountains and sparkling sunrise against the mountain. You can also see Mount Everest (8848m), Pumori (7161m), Lingtren (6749m), Nuptse (7861m) as well as Khumbutse (6665m). and many other peaks.
Descend from Pangboche to Lobuche and Pheriche and overnight there.

Day 15: Trek back to Namche Bazaar.
Duration: 6-7 hours.
Descend the trail and Explore the Namche Bazaar.
Overnight at lodge in Namche.
Day 16: Trek down to Lukla.
Duration: 7-8 hours
Descending the trail continues via many Sherpa villages and monasteries until you reach Lukla.
Highlights of this day: Get insights into the Lukla valley

Day 17: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu.

Duration: 35-40 minutes.
Enjoy the short 35-40 minutes scenic early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. afterward stroll around the famous places of Kathmandu to buy gifts. Then you will be transferred back to the hotel. Enjoy your farewell dinner.
Overnight at hotel

Day 18: Final Departure for your onward destination.
Our office representative will drop-off to the TIA for your final departure to your home town.

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Tengboche Monastery trek

Jiri to Everest base camp trek is a fascinating trail in Nepal. And this trail is also one of the classic ways to go to EBC.
Enjoying life is always combined with how much time you spent with nature. Get out of your comfort zone and remain close to the pristine surrounding of Nepal. I am sure that you would love this pleasant experience. in fact, Physical fit, good health, and ample holidays are the key factor to explore the magical nature to the fullest.

If you are challenge trekkers then these trekking trails are specially designed for you. Frankly hiking from Jiri to Everest Base Camp is a challenging task. Therefore every step of your journey through this trail would be worth remembering. The real challenge is whether you could accomplish this journey or not.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek in September

Annapurna base camp trek in September

Annapurna base camp trek is one of the well-known trekking and hiking experience. The trekking towards the Annapurna region consists of the wonderful village o the cultural communities, daily, lifestyle, costumes and rituals. Green vegetation, Fauna and Flora are the other things that allure tourists toward trekking Annapurna base camp. Annapurna Base Camp trek in September involves an exciting and thrilling adventure. September is the most suitable month for trekking among trekkers with favorable weather and perfect climatic condition. September is the month where you will get a clear view of the amazing high mountains.

You can see the breathtaking view of the amazing mountains like Mt. Nilgiri(7041m), Mt. Hiunchuli(6441m), Mt. Manaslu(8163m), Mt. Tukuche(6920), Mt. Gangapurna(7454m), Mt. Machhapuchhre(6993m), Mt. Nilgiri South(6839m), Mt. Annapurna III(7555m), Mt. Annapurna I(8091m), Mt. Singu Chuli(6051m), Mt. BarahaShikhar(7647m), Mt. Annapurna South(7219m), Mt. Lamjung Himal(6986m) from Annapurna base camp.The temperature of the Annapurna base camp in September is about 20degree at day and 5 degrees at night.

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Annapurna base camp trek is considered as the medium level trekking experience. Everybody with good physical and mental health conditions can do this trek. Any kind of special trekking experience is not required for this trek. Under four seasons of Nepal, autumn is considered the best and excellent month for trekking. September and November fall on this season. People from around the whole world come to visit the beauty of Annapurna base camp during autumn.

The weather condition of Annapurna base camp during September

September is one of the best times to trek Annapurna base camp weather-wise. Annapurna base camp falls on the rain shadow region. So there is no chance of usual wind and rain by a large range of mountains. During early September the Annapurna base cap region receives less rainfall however the southern section of Pokhara valley receives more amount of rainfall. Summer and monsoon of Nepal fall at the same time in Nepal so when the autumn starts in early September the tail gets clean and refreshing.

Since autumn falls in early September the temperatures during this month range from 20 degrees Celsius in the day time ad 5 degrees during night time. This is the best time of the year for trekking Annapurna base camp, the weather will not affect your journey. You can enjoy the enormous mountain and trail. In September monsoon has just faded away so occasional rainfall may happen. You can enjoy a billion stars that appear every night in bright clarity.

So the trail to Annapurna base camp is a bit crowded. The main festival of Nepali culture Dashain, Tihar and Chhat which is celebrated all over Nepal falls in September, which adds excitement to this trek. The autumn season falls after summer and near winter season so the weather is neither too cold nor too hot.

The vegetation of Annapurna region during September

With the start of September, the vegetation starts to change. The sky looks clear and blue. The clouds fade away. But the weather becomes a little hazy and humid, the whole land revitalizes in full of energy. It is also said that the mountain peaks go to sleep in winter and wakes up in autumn that’s away during the month of September the mountain peak blooms and looks refreshing.

Raging rivers, green forests with lush vegetation, and flowing waterfalls have always provided delighted to the trek. Another great thing about September is green yak pastures on the higher altitude places offering the best glance of the mountain. You can also see the beautiful red rhododendron blossom throughout the trekking trail.

Food, drinks, and accommodations during September

Annapurna base camp lies on the high altitude. You will not find more variation in food and drinks. You will only find common foods like Dal, Bhat, and Tarkari on all the hotels. There is a much small tea house throughout the trail. However, the hotel and tea houses are not satisfactory for some luxury seekers. September is the busy month for trekking, you may not find hotels nearby easily and may have to share the room with other trekkers.

Some people want to enjoy camping trekking too so September is the favorable months for doing camping trekking. Some tea house has the acclamation with some basic facility like bed and bathrooms. The more elevation you will gain the lesser hotels and tea houses you will find. But if you trek Annapurna base camp trek in early September you may not face these problems.

Advantage of trekking Annapurna base camp in September

1) Welcoming weather

Having proper knowledge of the weather before traveling to any place is very important. The finest season of the trekking Annapurna base camp in September. The weather on these days is warmer and the trail will not be muddy or snowy.

2) Very low precipitation

Autumn is the time where there is very little rainfall. The tail also remains dry during this month. The snow of the road will melt due to the sun which will make your walk easier. September is a starting month of the autumn season because the residue rainfall of monsoon may happen.

3) Observing the culture

There are lots of Buddhists Gumbas on the way to Annapurna base camp. The trail is also decorated with the flag where Buddhist inscription is written. The main festival of Hindus like Dashain, Tihar, and Chhat is celebrated during the month of September. The whole of Nepal celebrated this festival with lots of excitement. So if you visit Annapurna base camp in September you can observe and enjoy a variety of Nepali culture.

4) Awesome view of the mountains

You will get an awesome view of the mountains in September. You will get a clear view of the Annapurna massif. The view of sunrise and sunset from poon hill is amazing. You will get the vibrant view of mountains as you will not get disturbed by the cloud and fog during September.


The disadvantage of trekking Annapurna base camp during September 

  • Because being the finest season for trekking, the trail of Annapurna base camp becomes busy during this month.
  • Most of the people suffer from the problem of high altitude sickness.
  • Weather is never predictable, early September you will experience the monsoon climate and it’s a little difficult to trek so rainfall may occur anytime.
  • The temperature during night time is low and day time is hot, so you will need to carry both warmer as well as light clothes.
  • You may not find a place for accommodation as there are very fewer rooms in the hotel.
  • It will be very difficult to find a guide and a porter.
  • You can carry some chocolates in order to maintain the energy level from your body.
  • The temperature in the daytime is higher so, you will be sweaty and hot which will make it difficult to climb uphill.

Gearing up for trekking Annapurna base camp in September  

Reserve early 

September is the crowd’s month of the year for trekking Annapurna base camp. It is very important that you reserve the trek early. Since there are few and limited options for accommodation in the Annapurna camp trekking route. In order for trekking to Annapurna base camp in September, you must book early for your accommodation and food.


Carry insect killer perfumes 

Although Annapurna base camp lies on light altitude, you will find lots of insects that may be poisonous. The insect of monsoon may not disappear. Mainly on the tea house, you may suffer from mosquitoes. Summer bugs can catch you as they are very active throughout the tail. So precaution should be taken against the insects.


Pack a pair of trekking boots 

The trail to Annapurna base camp is pretty rough. People outside Nepal can get problems while walking such routes. If you wear normal shoes while trekking your feet might swell and pain. So if you carry a pair to trekking boots with you then you can enjoy your trek without any pain. Trekking boots also make your feet comfortable to walk on rough roads and it also increases the trekking speed.


Avoid hard drinks 

Hard drinks like alcohol, liquor, the beverage must be avoided while traveling to high altitude places like Annapurna base camp. Drinking hard drinks makes your heartbeat rates higher. If you have such drinks in high altitude place your heart may get serious damage.


Carry purifying tablets 

It is very important that you drink plenty of water while trekking. You can find water everywhere throughout the route but it may not be clean and safe for drinking so if you carry purifying tablets with you can avoid dehydration.


Do not hurry 

Annapurna base camp trek is a very enjoyable and doable trek. Do not hurry while walking it will affect your body as well as your health. Relax and enjoy every second of this trek. Start your trek early in the morning so that you can reach to your destination early.

Highlights of Annapurna base camp in September

  • Watching the breathtaking view of sunrise and sunset from poon hills.
  • View of the amazing Annapurna massif
  • Staying overnight at Annapurna base camp.
  • Gurung and Sherpa village
  • Relaxing bath at Jhinu danda
  • The trail to Annapurna base camp goes through the fishtail (Machhapuchhre) base camp.

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Annapurna base camp in September is one of the most popular for trekking, hiking, and peak climbing. The trekking towards the Annapurna region consists of the wonderful villages of the cultural communities, daily lifestyles, costumes, and rituals. Green vegetation, Fauna and Flora are the other allure of trekking in the Annapurna region. September is the most suitable month for trekking among trekkers with favourable weather and perfect climate conditions. September will welcome you with perfect weather and clear views of mountains.

Nepal has four seasons such as autumn (September, November, and October), spring (March, April, and May), winter(December, January, and February) and monsoon (June, July, and August). Among them, the autumn season is the best season for trekking. In the autumn season, the nights are cold in the mountains, but the clear sun makes lovely daytime temperatures. Morning is usually clear, and the clouds swelling during the afternoon, vanishing at night to tell fabulous bright skies. Autumn has a surprising place in nature`s art. The shade of the leaves changes and everywhere throughout the good looking trees are discovered. Beautiful dramatic colors on the trees make the environment gorgeous.

It is the season where the amount of rainfall is low, the temperature is not high and neither low. Most of the trekkers want to do trekking in autumn because of awesome weather. Annapurna base camp trekking gives you striking views of the Himalayas and the possibility to travel around traditional rural life. The treks can experience the variety of season of Nepal on this trek.

Happy Trekking!!!!!


Annapurna Base Camp Trek in April

 Annapurna Base Camp trek in April

Trekking Annapurna base camp is the remarkable trekking experience that you will ever have. Annapurna massif includes more than fifteen mountain peaks of the height of more than 6,000, in which Mount Annapurna is the tenth highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8,091km above the sea level. The length of the Annapurna massif is 34 miles long. The trail to the Annapurna massif goes through the beautiful rhododendron and green landscape. Annapurna Base Camp trek in April is a thrilling and exciting experience.

April falls on the spring season of Nepal, which is known as the best season for trekking. The trekking rate of Annapurna base camp trek in April gets slightly higher. It is said that Annapurna massif looks like a bride wearing the white dress of snow. Spring comes after winter season in Nepal so winter will slowly take departure and summer will turn up, so it is also taken as one of the best times to trek the Himalayan region. April is the month where rhododendron blooms to the fullest to the trail. Weather will not disturb your trekking during this month. Poon hill will provide you a staggering view of sunrise and sunset. The trail will also be dry so you will not have to worry about it.

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As the trail to Annapurna base camp goes through the alpine forest, during the month of April your ears will be relaxed by the sound of bird chirpings. Rainfall during this season is very less so you will not have to extend your trekking days or your flight will not be canceled. If you are planning the helicopter trek then April is the finest month since the cloud or foggy will not act as the obstacles. You will have the specular view of the sun rising through the high mountain peak.

This is the best time to trek

Another best thing about trekking Annapurna base camp trek in April is Nepali New Year also falls in this month so, Pokhara organizes a street festival on the occasion of New Year. Buddha Jayanti is also celebrated during this month so you can see the excitement of the people during this festival. You will have so much fun to have a walk on the foothill of Annapurna massif.

There is a conservation area in which was opened in 1983 where rare birds and animals were conserved. The conservation area covers many places like Lamjung and Manang. You can also see and monitor the lifestyle of Gurung and Sherpa people around the Annapurna region. The name Annapurna is derived from the Sanskrit word which means “full of food”. Hindus believe Annapurna to be the universal and timeless kitchen goddess and mother who feeds.

Mount Annapurna I firstly submitted with the French expedition by Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal. It is one of the great massifs of the world’s 14 eight-thousanders. You can see the mountain like Annapurna I Central 8,051 m (26,414 ft.), Annapurna I East 8,010 m (26,280 ft.), Annapurna Fang 7,647 m (25,089 ft.), Hangar Kang 7,485 m (24,557 ft.), Tarek Kang 7,202 m (23,629 ft.), Lachenal Peak 7,140 m (23,425 ft), Tlicho Peak 7,135 m (23,409 ft.), Nilgiri Himal North 7,061 m (23,166 ft.), Central 6,940 m (22,769 ft.) and South 6,839 m (22,438 ft., Machhapuchhre 6,993 m (22,943 ft.), Hiunchuli 6,441 m (21,132 ft.), Gandharba Chuli 6,248 m (20,499 ft.) are included in the Annapurna massif.

Visit the Machhapuchhre  (fish tail) base camp

There are three trails that take trekkers to mount Annapurna, the first is Annapurna circuit which takes you to the Annapurna Himal itself, the second route is the Annapurna sanctuary which takes you to Annapurna base camp and the third one is the trek through Jomsom which is not preferred by trekkers because of the muddy and disturbing road.

While trekking to Annapurna base the trail will take you through the Machhapuchhre base camp where you will get the stunning glance of fishtail mountain. You will also get to watch the breathtaking scenery of the sunrise and sunset from poon hill. It normally takes 10 – 15 days to trek Annapurna base camp. It is very important you reach Annapurna base camp at the right time in order to enjoy the striking view of Annapurna massif and avoid seasonal disasters.

The weather of Annapurna base camp trek  during April

Spring season in Nepal is the best season for trekking. Weather remains fine through the season. April season is the most moderate time of the year i.e. neither hot nor cold. In the Annapurna region the temperature rises up to 15 – 10 degrees Celsius throughout daytime and 5 – 10 degree Celsius at night. The surroundings remain quiet warmer. You will get to enjoy a clear view. Sometimes there may occur a small thunderstorm. And there may be some occasional snowfall on the high altitude area. In this month mountains and landscape stays at their best. As the weather is not very certain so, it’s better you pack some warmer cloth (not too many because you may not find porter every time). You will enjoy the trek to the fullest without worrying about the muddy and slippery roads.


Benefits of trekking Annapurna base camp trek in April

Very low precipitation: – spring is the time where there is very little rainfall. Since it is not too cold you should not carry too heavy cloths.so your luggage will not be too heavy to carry. The roads also remain dry. The snow of the road will freeze due to snow which will make you walk easier.

Clear vision: – spring season comes after winter season and April falls on the mid of spring season so the winter will be gone far away. So the view of the mountains will not be disturbed due to rain, snow or fog. And during spring season clouds there will be fewer clouds so trekkers can the clear vision.

Food and accommodation:Annapurna base camp is the most visited well-known trekking destination. Food and accommodation are not difficult to get. You will find a small teahouse everywhere. There are many homestays around the valley. You will also find lodges and hotels but they will not be as luxurious as you would have thought. The hotels will serve Nepali food like Dal, Bhat, and Tarkari. You will also find Moms and cowman in some places.

Lesser crowd: – spring is the best season for trekking after autumn. Since most of the people prefer to trek Annapurna base camp in autumn, there will be lesser number of people. You will not have difficulty finding rooms in the hotel.


A disadvantage of trekking

  • It is possible that during the daytime there may appear some cloud which might block the view.
  • The temperature in the daytime is higher so, you will be sweaty and hot which will make it difficult to walk uphill’s.
  • Altitude sickness might occur
  • The hotels and lodges may not provide the proper facilities. You will have to share your bedrooms.
  • You will not find hotels in high altitude places so you will have to carry a tent with you.
  • A facility like a guide, porter, wife, electricity may not be available.


Tips for trekking to Annapurna

  • You will need to pack a pair of trekking boots and airproof jackets
  • You will not find clean water every and you might suffer from dehydration so you will always need to carry some purification tablets.
  • If you are trekking alone without a guide, you might forget the way or get lost so you need to have a map of the Annapurna region.
  • You need to carry some of the personal stuff like toothpaste, toiletries, chargers, sanitizer, etc.
  • Always carry cash with you because the ATM facility may not be available.
  • Be prepared for common problems like altitude sickness, slight fever, and headache.
  • Take as much as information as you can, if you feel like you are having altitude sickness then slower your trekking speed.
  • Avoid hard drinks such as beverages and alcohol or wine. Having this thing on high altitude places make your heartbeat fast and might damage it.
  • Days are vaguely shorter in spring season so, start your trek early.


Packing list while trekking

It is very important to pack your thing according to the weather condition of certain places. While trekking to remote places like Annapurna base camp you will not find shops every. It will be really hard to carry heavy bag so don’t pack unnecessary things: –

Trekking hats, map of Annapurna region, trekking shoes, hiking sticks, emergency lights/ headlights, light t-shirts, sleeping bags, a medical kit including some basic medicines painkiller, paracetamol, and some bandages, sunglass, SPF cream, lip balm, power banks, charger, purification tablets, hand sanitizer, toilet paper.


Highlights of trekking Annapurna Base camp

  • Getting the string view of the various mountains like Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, and Dhaulagiri.
  • Going through the Machhapuchhre (fishtail) base camp.
  • The trail filled with blooming red rhododendron
  • Outstanding view of sunrise and sunset from poon hill
  • Seeing the local lifestyle, Buddhists flag and house which were designed with handmade carved.
  • Celebrating New Year and Buddha Jayanti
  • Watching the Hindu culture in the pilgrimage site multipath.


Outline Itinerary

Here is the outline itinerary for trekking to Annapurna base camp

Day 1: – Arrival in Kathmandu

Day2: – Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley

Day3: – Drive to Pokhara (910m.) 6 hrs. Drive

Day4: – Drive to Naya pul and hike to Ghandruk (1990m) 5 hrs. walk

Day5: – Hike to Chhomorung from Ghandruk (2210m) 5 hrs walk

Day6: – Trek for Chhomorung to Bamboo (2350m) 5 hrs walk

Day7: – Trek from Bamboo to Deurali (3140m) 5 hrs. walk

Day8: – Deurali to Annapurna base camp (4130m) 5 hrs walk

Day9: – trek back to Bamboo and Jhinu Dhada (1780m) 4/5 hrs walk

Day10: – Trek to Naya pul and drive back to Pokhara 7 hrs walk

Day11: – Drive back to Kathmandu

Day12: – Final departure

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Annapurna base camp trek is very much doable in April. You can see the crystal clear view of the mountains. One will enjoy walking on the foothill of the Annapurna massif, landscape, and alpine forests. You will get picturesque views throughout the way. Remember that you will need to have a trekking permit. Which are available in Kathmandu and Pokhara. There are two trekking permits that you will have to take before trekking to Annapurna base camp.

The first is TIMS which is useful for trekking to Annapurna base camp. And the second on ACAP which is necessary for traveling to the Annapurna conservation area. You will need to have a password, citizenship, and visa during the trek. You will need good physical conditions for trekking. Some of the basic exercises, yoga, and swimming will help you a lot. We hope you will have a great time while trekking. Happy trekking!!!!


Best time to Visit Nepal

Best time to visit Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful country full of natural and cultural resources. This is  the country that is the land of many mountain peaks along with the highest mountain peak. Nepal has never failed to quench the thirst of adventure lovers. People from around the world come to enjoy the natural beauty. Another thing that allure tourists to visit Nepal is its culture and tradition. Nepal has also been called unity in diversity. Research has shown that there is altogether 125 ethnic group who speaks more than 127 different languages. The unity of Nepalese people is famous around the world in October is  the best time to visit Nepal.

You may not find lodges in a different place but will have to the homestay where you will feel more comfortable. Selecting the right season for trekking is very important. You will have to study the climatic features of the certain place before traveling. For example, if you want to visit Mount Everest and you decide to trek to mo. Everest in winter season then you will not be able to enjoy the view as most of the mountains are covered with. So having proper knowledge before traveling to any place is very important.  If you are in the dilemma of when to visit Nepal? Then this article will solve your dilemma.

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 When is the best time to visit Nepal

Nepal is also the home of many cultural and historical places. Some places of Nepal have been enlisted in the world heritage site by UNSECO are Pashupatinath, Swyambunath, Sagarmatha national park, Chitwan national park, Lumbini and many more. Another attraction of Nepal is the soft heartened welcoming local Nepalese people. When the best time to visit Nepal is a matter of utmost importance.

Types of the season in Nepal are:-

1) Summer season

The summer season in Nepal starts in early June and ends in August. This season in Nepal means is tropical and moist. Summer in Nepal is very beautiful and in this season enlarges beauty. The summer season brings the lovely change in nature flower starts blooming on the circle on the luxurious hills. Summer is one of the best time for short travels, this season brings the elasticity on nature. Monsoon and summer season start and ends at the same time. So the weather becomes rainy with occasional storm. This season falls after the spring season.

We can see the early sunrise view

The sunrise starts from early morning and lasts up to the end of the day. Days are longer and while the night on this season is shorter and warmer. Summer is the time of vacation. Many places of the Himalayas situated on the rain shadow are the best for traveling in theses season. Places like an upper mustang, Manang, Dolpo, Lim valley and high altitude areas like Everest and many other places Himalayan places are best to travel in this season.

These places offer a great view of the high mountain peak and many other places. Terai is the hottest plain region of Nepal and during summer season temperature may exceed 40 degrees Celsius while the temperature of other places like range from 25 – 35 degrees Celsius. During monsoon season lots of small festivals like planting rice and Purnima. You must carry an umbrella with you every time you go anywhere because rainfall in these seasons is not certain. And if you are going to long your flight may get canceled sometimes due to rain.


2) Autumn season

The autumn season falls between the summer and winter seasons. This season falls in the month of September to November. The autumn season is the finest season for trekking. With the end of summer and monsoon seasons, the autumn season brings a lot of change in weather. Slowly day shorter and night become longer. The sky starts getting clear, during these seasons you will get the clear and stunning view of the snowy mountain. The temperature rises to 20 degrees Celsius throughout the day and falls to 5 degrees in the night. You will get to watch and observe the Nepali culture and tradition as the main festival like Dashain, Tihar and chat falls on this season.this is the best time to visit Nepal.

This is the best time for trekking

This season is best for the long trek because the route is neither too greasy nor too foggy. This season is very relaxing for the farmers in Nepal because the crops grow strongly on monsoon season, so this season is the time to enjoy the crops. During these season trees change its color to yellow and orange. You will see the beautiful red rhododendron blossom throughout the trekking route. There may be some occasional small rainfall as monsoon recedes.

This season is the most popular for trekking so, most of the trekking places may have crowed. Weather will not cause any type of problem as it will be moderate throughout the season. The problems like less visibility of the places, muddy road and cancellation of the flight may not occur in these months.

 3) Spring season

Spring season falls in the month of March and lasts till the end of May. This season is also suitable for trekking. The weather of these seasons is sunny. This season is preeminent for trekking and traveling after autumn. Days in spring seasons are warm and long. The maximum temperature of the spring season is 29 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature is 8 degrees Celsius. During the month of spring, you will get the best glance of Himalayan that’s why this season is also called the season of Himalayan trekking.

Due to this reason, the Himalayan trekking trail is very busy. A famous place of Nepal to visit in the spring season are Larkya La, Thorong La Pass, and Kongma La. Along with these passes view of the Mt Everest from Kala Patthar is indescribable. If you do not like the crowd then you may visit or trek around Kathmandu valley. The Rhododendrons which blooms on spring season will be still blooming.

The most enjoyable festival of Nepali Holi falls on this season. This festival is celebrated by putting colors on each other. And also Nepali New year falls in the month of April. If you visit Nepal in the month of April you must visit Bhaktapur where BisketJatra is celebrated with lots of enthusiasm and excitement. Tiger is very easy to find in Chitwan National Park during the spring season, you can do jungle safari. So if you want to enjoy the trek without any disturbance in the weather then spring season is best.

4) Winter season

Winter is always clod and the lump in Nepal. It is the driest season of the year. Winter season falls on the month of December to February. Trekkers during this month are slightly less than of other places. It is not suitable to trek to Himalayans because of the cold and foggy weather. However, traveling near the Kathmandu valley is enjoyable. Bandipur, poon hill, Pokhara in winter energizing. Winter season provides the best view of sunrise and sunset from poon hill. Winter in Pokhara is famous for the street festival in December.

The temperature of Nepal during winter season arises to 11 degrees Celsius and falls to 2 degrees. Temperature sometime might fall to minus. During these month Nepali festivals like Saraswati puja and Gurungnew year. Nepal is best for mountain biking and touring in the winter season. The winter season is best for planning a family vacation. Local people believe that visiting the lower Everest and Solu area is best in winter. Packing warm cloth is very important. You may feel sick due to the cold weather, keeping yourself warm during the trek is very essential. Traveling to lower altitude place are more fun and pleasing in the winter season.

Types of Nepali Weather:

  1.  BasantaRitu
BasantaRitu falls on the month of Chaitra and Baisakh in the Nepali calendar and mid-May to mid-march of the English calendar. The weather is mid i.e. not too cold and not too hot. This season is the season of greenery with a blooming flower. During this season new bud starts to grow. This is the season of the storm. This is the time of spring season in Nepal which is the best time to visit Nepal. Green vegetation and blooming flowers add beauty to nature. This is the most relaxing time of the year. You will hear the birds chirping everywhere. Weather-wise also this season is satisfactory.

2 Gresham Ritu

This is the second season of the Nepali calendar. If falls on the month of Jestha and Ashad month in the Nepali calendar and mid-May to mid-July in English calendar. This is the hottest season of the year. The temperature rises from 30 – 35 degrees Celsius. This is the best season to produce crops. Mangos and many other fruits are grown in this season. This is the early summer season in Nepal which is perfect. As the trail also remains easy and smooth.

3. Barsha Ritu

BarshaRitu of Nepal falls on the month of starts from Shrawan and ends on Bhadra i.e. mid-July to mid-September. Barsha is a Nepali word which means rain in English. As its name states, it is the rainy season of the year. This season is very important in terms of agriculture as most of the crops are planted on this season. This is not coniser best time to visit Nepal. The main crop which is grown in this season is paddy. In most parts of Nepal, people celebrate the festival of paddy plantation are celebrated. Paddy plantation is celebrated in the field people sing and dance while planting paddy. This season is not much taken as the trekking season as the trail gets muddy and steeply.

4. Sharad Ritu is the best time to visit Nepal

Sharad Ritu is the autumn season in Nepal. It starts from Ashwin to Kartik in the Nepali calendar and mid-September to mid-November in the English calendar. This is the time when the farmer harvests the crop that they planted on BarshaRitu. This time is the best time for trekking and traveling as the weather remains fine throughout the season. Another importance of this season is the main festival of Hindu Dashain, Tihar, and Chhat falls on this season. So people outside Nepal can get to observe Nepali culture and tradition. this is consider best time to visit Nepal.

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5. HemantaRitu

This season starts from Magh to Poush in Nepali whereas mid-November to mid-January. This is the pre-winter season in Nepal. The farmer again plants new crops on the field. Slowly temperature starts to fall. This season is also suitable for trekking activity. If you are avoiding the crowd then this season is the best time to visit Nepal. People visit Nepal mostly during SharadRitu so during this season the trekking destination becomes less crowded. Since many festivals are already gone, during this season people prepare themselves for winter.

6. Shishir Ritu

This season is the last season of the year. It falls on the month of Magh and ends on the month of Falgun in the Nepali calendar and mid-January to mid-April in the English calendar. It falls in the winter season of Nepal. This season is not good for trekking and traveling. this is not the best time to visit Nepal. The sky will not be clear during this season. You will not get a clear view because of the fog and clouds. You may not bear the cold if you are traveling to the Himalayan region as there will be heavy snowfall.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Preparation

Annapurna base camp trek preparation

Nepal has been alluring adventures geek with the great Himalayan trail from a very long period. One of the most visited trekking destinations of Nepal is the Annapurna base camp for sure. The main attraction of Annapurna base camp is the beauty of the eighth highest mountain peaks in the world with a height of 8091 m above the sea level. The trail which takes to Annapurna base camp trek preparation is all filled with the rice terrace farming and blooming Rhododendron. Trekking Annapurna base camp is the thrilling experience that you will experience in your entire life.

Thus, Annapurna Base Camp training is must doable for successful ABC visits. Along with the great mountain trail, you will also get to see and observe the local lifestyle of Gurung and Sherpa people. You can see many small Gompas throughout the way. Annapurna base camp is located at the elevation of 4130m (13546ft).

Enjoy the 360-degree view from ABC

Some of the most popular mountain that will be seen in Annapurna base camp is Mt. Nilgiri (7041m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6441m), Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Mt. Tukuche (6920), Mt. Gangapurna (7454m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993m), Mt. Nilgiri South (6839m), Mt. Annapurna III (7555m), Mt. Annapurna I (8091m), Mt. SinguChuli (6051m), Mt. BarahaShikhar (7647m), Mt. Annapurna South (7219m), Mt. LamjungHimal (6986m). Without any doubt, this journey is one of the best journeys in Nepal. From Annapurna base camp we can see the clear glance of the high mountain peak in all 360-degree directions. Annapurna base camp trekking falls on the moderate level trekking.

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People of any younger age can do this trek as long as they are physically strong and healthy. Not any particular trekking experience is required but having some basic training before trekking will certainly make your trek more easy and unproblematic. You will be traveling and trekking through the rocky route so you should get the proper training to complete this trek comfortably. Trek to Annapurna base camp is started from below low altitude to uphill in high altitude. So with the change in altitude, there may arise many problems like high altitude sickness and may other health issues so, if you are beginners then you must get some training before trekking to Annapurna base camp.

Some of the major essential training required for accomplishing ABC trek are mentioned below:-

Altitude training

Annapurna base camp is situated in the high altitude of about 4130m (13546ft). Many people feel altitude sickness while trekking so, it is quite usual for effecting from this problem in High altitude areas. Talking about altitude training, it is a rehearsal done by some athletes (with strong physical health) for several weeks at high altitude over 8000 ft above the sea level. Altitude training is a major part of ABC training.

If you feel like you are having altitude sickness, you can slow down your trekking speed. The symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, nausea, vomiting, and fever. For minimizing altitude sickness you can drink lots and lots of water. The air is thinner at the higher altitude and the sum of oxygen is reduced so that you may get problems. Drinking lots of water may keep you free from dehydration. Thus it is advisable to dehydrate you fully and also carry water bottles with you in case of an emergency.

Aerobic training

One of the most important training that you will need to take before trekking Annapurna base camp is aerobic training. The word aerobic means requiring free oxygen, so aerobic training means requiring adequately oxygen. Because with the increase in altitude the level of oxygen becomes thinner. And if your body doesn’t get the right amount of oxygen then, it takes double pumping of your heart to breathe properly. Your body requires thorough exercise like cycling, swimming, and running which helps your hearts to plump easily. Even though your body is physically healthy and fit but still your body needs time to adjust to the altitude. Never rush up during your trekking period. Try to ascend at your steps. For completing your trek comfortably aerobic training is key.

Mental preparation

Annapurna base camp is not only about physical strength. It is also about mental preparation. There are many challenges that you might face on the trail whether it is about cold weather, broken gear and erupt. For tackling those problems you will have to have mental preparation. Your body might not face many problems. Doing yoga, physical exercise can help to make your mind calm. You can take as much information as you can about this trek on various websites, online magazines, etc. Learn about the trails, and most importantly be alert about the unplanned things that may happen. It is very important both physically and mentally. So, prepare yourself with a positive mindset along with a healthy physical condition. This will make sure that you are ready to experience all the wonders of the Annapurna region.

Strength training

Strength training is also very important for trekking to Annapurna base camp. The trail is not so easy to hike due to its physical structure. Trekking in the Annapurna region is not your cup of tea. Lots of training must be taken to accomplish this trekking. During hiking, your body may not bear the hardness. You might feel weakness in muscles and legs. For physical persistence, your body needs to have proper training. For making your body physically fit you might as well do some physical training which includes free weights, bands, bodyweight exercises or gym machines.

You might get some minor physical pains like back pains because of the backpack and leg pain because of the Stoney and rocky trail. Taking strength base training before hiking will make your trip more easily. If you are physically fit you can enjoy the beautiful Himalayas varied terrain, ascending and descending hills if you live near forest and mountains, you can hike on the hills or mountains, you can train on those mountains with more fun. You just have to go on practice walks before the actual trek it will make your body use to the mountains and the stony trails.

Also, you can practice gym instruments including incline treadmills or elliptical cross-trainers. Thus, if you’ve stronger muscles, it means you can more easily climb over rough terrain and stay safe and easy while doing it. This ultimately means traveling more of what nature has to offer. Also, keep in mind that during strength training it’s vital to maintain a proper format all time to prevent injury and strain. Besides building strength, you also need to focus on the body’s flexibility and training too. Flexibility means a skill of muscles and ligaments to relax and easily.

Prepare for cold and wet weather    

Annapurna base camp is one of the eminent places to visit in Nepal. Annapurna base camp falls on the Himalayan place so the cold weather is obvious. It falls on the moderate level trek. You will have to walk for about 6-7 hours a day. The air gradually gets thinner when you go higher. Since you will have to walk uphill to a higher altitude, the air on the Annapurna base camp reaches thin and you would experience the coldest climate. Along with oxygen, the weather is unpredictable. You will have to prepare for the cold weather in such region.

Best time to trek to Annapurna base camp

You will have to get the information about when to trek Annapurna base camp. The best season to trek ABC is autumn and spring, particularly September to December and March to May. During this season you will get the best view of the mountain peaks. The weather is not so much cold, so you will not have so many problems. You can enjoy the trek to the fullest. The best advantages of trekking in this region are moderate weather. So you will get to observe the stunning vistas of the mountains in the clear weather.

Trekking permits

You will have to take the trekking permit in Kathmandu for trekking to Annapurna base camp. There are two permits TIMS and ACAP which you will have to take. The TIMS (trekking information management system) is for trekking to the Himalayan region and ACAP (Annapurna conservation entry permit) for visiting Annapurna base camp. They will take 3000 NRS for the permit.


Tips for Annapurna base camp trek preparation

  • One of the important things that you will have to do drink lots of water, you may not find pure water everywhere so you should carry some filtering pills with you to keep dehydration away.
  • Always avoid hard drinks such as alcohol and caffeine while trekking to the high altitude places.
  • Do not haste the trek, take your speed your body might need some time to adjust with that environment.
  • While packing pack a lot of layer clothes and a pair of trekking boots to makes comfortable to trek.
  • Don’t hesitate to tell your group members if you are having any problem and difficulty.
  • Get more information about the trek as possible.
  • Be aware of the weather condition, sometimes temperature may fall very low in the Annapurna region.


Highlights of the trek

  • Seeing the cultural places of Nepal like Pashupatinath, Swyambunath and Bhaktapur durbar square
  • Walking along the Marshyangdi valley
  • View the stunning snow cap high mountain
  • The glance of the world’s highest mountains: Dhaulagiri I (7th), Manaslu (8th) and Annapurna I (10th) are amazing.
  • Walking through the beautiful crossing the Thoron La Pass at 5,416 meters
  • Visiting Muktinath temple with lots of cultural belief
  • Going through the world’s deepest gorge and the Kaligandaki valley
  • Relaxing bath in natural hot springs at Tatopani
  • Magnificent sunrise and sunset views from Poon Hill
  • You will be trekking to the side of the Pokhara valley enjoying the wonderful view of the Rhodondheron, forests, alpine, and the glacier terrain.

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Annapurna Base Camp trek preparation can be an incredible and best experience that you can have with an appropriate plan. All in all the above-mentioned training are the major types of ABC training needed for successful Annapurna Base Camp trek. It is one of the beautiful and fun places to visit. If you take the above training once you’re physically and mentally fine then all you need is positive defiance and enthusiasm to push yourself. If you haste to your destination, your body will not be able to bear the trekking pressure.

But fully losing hold on yourself will affect your group and slow them down. Apart from this, another main important thing is to allow your body to take rest at the altitude. Every so often, trekkers are not able to reach their final destination all because of problems like altitude sickness and body pains. The more you make your body and mind fit the more you can enjoy the trekking experience without any obstacles. We hope the above article helps you with your Annapurna base camp trek preparation.



Which is the World’s Tallest Mountain

 World’s Tallest Mountain

Nepal, the land of mountains is blessing in the context of natural resources. It consists of various beautiful natural resources that attract many tourists from all across the world. It is the matter of pride that we Nepalese are the owner of the world’s tallest mountain. Which is the world’s tallest mountain and where is it located in the top questions that prompt in every travel Geek? This article will give you all the detail of the world’s tallest mountain,  Everest (8848 m). Below is the description provided with the world’s top 5 mountain peaks:

  1. Mount Everest

This is the World’s tallest mountain peak in the world with an altitude of 8,848km from the sea level. Everest lies in Nepal around the border of china on the Mahalangur range of the great Himalayan range. It is also saying that Sagarmatha which means “mother of the world” Nepali and Chomolungma in which means “Forehead in the sky” in the Tibetan language.

Mount Everest lies of the 27 degrees and 59 seconds north latitude and 86 degree and 55-minute eastern longitude. Many people around the world visit Mount Everest and it is the most visited tourist destination of Nepal. Mount Everest was first submitted by Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Tenzing Norge Sherpa of Nepal. On the way to Everest base camp, you will find many Buddhists monasteries. Mount Everest falls on the moderate level trekking, you will need to have the basic of trekking training and trekking experience. It is not much difficult to climb Mount Everest.

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The average permissible age to climb Mt. Everest is 16-60 years. You will enjoy the beautiful scenery of the amazing mountain around the Everest Base camp. Mount Everest is a chain of the mountain which includes the high mountain peak like the peaks Lhotse, 8,516 meters (27,940 Ft.); Nuptse, 7,855 meters (25,771 Ft.) and Changtse, 7,580 meters (24,870 Ft.). The height of mountain Everest was determine by the Indian survey which was doing  in 1955. The height was determining by the trigonometric method. There are two methods to climb Mount Everest.

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Everest base camp trek is 2 weeks adventure

The first way is to form the southeast of Everest which is also known as the standard route. And the other route is from the border of China and Nepal, this route has not been open for trekkers. Trekkers also visit the Sagarmatha national park where the atypical biodiversity is found. Sagarmatha national park is also enlisted in the world heritage site by the UNESCO. Mount Everest is believed to be 60 million years old. Trekkers can visit Everest anytime throughout the year. You can watch the beautiful snow peak mountain. The rock of the mountain is always gets covered with the thick deep snow.

It normally takes 15-20 days to trek to Everest base camp. You can take the flight to Lukla airport. If you are short of time, then Mount Everest Helicopter flight would provide you the best luxury heli flight over the marvelous mountains. Till now 34 trekkers have submitted Everest from one side to another. 614 trekkers have submitted Everest from both the way of Nepal and China. And about 117 trekkers have submitted Everest more than once from Nepal. The normal time to climb Mount Everest is 15-41 days. Since Everest lies on the high altitude while climbing you will get about 65% les

s oxygen in each breath you take. So most of the climbers take an oxygen bottle with them. Climbers use the axe to help stop the fall. You can find many trekking guides to guide you to the peak of Mount Everest. It is scientifically proven that the high of the Mount Everest increases the rate of 4mm per year. It believes that Everest was discover by George Everest. You can also find many important and expensive medicinal herb called yarchagumba.

  1. Mount K2


Mount K2 is recognized as the second-highest mountain in the world. The height of mount K2 is 8,611km above the sea level. It is located in Pakistan and China. The Chinese name of mount K2 is QogirGeng which means Great Mountain and Mount Godwin Austen. It is also called Dapsang and Chogori locally around Pakistan. Mount K2 lies Karakoram Range of Pakistan and Kashmir of Chinese administrative reserved. It is believed that mount K2 was discovered by the survey of India which is called Col. T.G. Montgomerie in 1856. K2 is the only mountain in the world which has not been climbed in the winter season. this is 1 mountain in the list from Pakistan for World’s tallest mountain.

K2 is the most difficult mountain to climb that is the reason why people called it the “killer” and the “savage” mountain. Research has shown that about 22% of the climbers have died while submitting k2. The anglo-swiss expedition was the first official attempt to mount K2 in 1902 which was failed. Then, on 31st July 1954, two Italian climbers named LinoLacedelli and AchilleCompagnoni made the first attempt to K2. Like Mount Everest, there are two ways to climb mount K2 Pakistan and china. Trekkers mostly climb mount K2 form the Pakistan side where K2 base camp is lying on the altitude of 5,150m.


This is the tallest mountain in Pakistan

The second submit to mount K2 was lead in 1977 by the joined expedition of china and Pakistan. And in 2004 Carlos SoriaFontán the Spanish trekker of the age 65 became the oldest person to climb mount K2. In 2008 the biggest tragedy occurred in mount K2. Altogether 11 mountaineers were sweeping on the ice avalanche and died. K2 is a massif which consist of the high mountain peak like Mount Kitchener (3505 m), south Twin (3529 m), Mount Wilcox (2884 m), Snow Dome (3520 m), Mount Athabasca (3492 m), Mount Andromeda (3450 m), Stanfield Peak (3450 m), Mount Cromwell (3330 m), Mount Engelhard (3270 m), North Twin Peak (3731 m). Climbing to mount K2 is quite expensive, which costs $1500. The north side of the mount K2 is the steepest. It is the second-highest casualty among the 14 eight thousand.

Thomas George Montgomerie is the person who give the name of mount K2 He also finds out the two protuberant peaks. Till 1986 mount K2 was the tallest mountain then afterward the actual measurement. It takes a longer time to climb K2 than Mt Everest because it is really difficult to trek MT K2. The first woman to climb Everest was Wand Rutkewize of Spain. It is really important that we need a full physically fit to climb mount K2.

  1. Mount Kanchenjunga

Mount Kanchenjunga is the Third World’s tallest mountain in the world located in Nepal. The elevation of mount Kangchenjunga is (8,586 m). It is located on the border of Nepal and India. The name Kanchenjunga means “the five treasure house of snow” in Chinese. The third highest mountain Kangchenjunga was first submitted on 25th May 1955 by the British expedition of Joe Brown and George Band. The length of the Kangchenjunga massif is 74 km. Previous studies have shown that mount Kangchenjunga. Which is making of the rock is saying late Precambrian which is believing to be 1 billion years old. Mount Kangchenjunga holds a lot of religious belief of the local Sherpa and Gurung people.

Trekkers mostly climb mount Kangchenjunga from Nepal because the way to this mountain is easy and enjoyable. A British occultist Aleister Crowley was the first person to attempt to climb mount Kangchenjunga in1905. The five submit of mount Kangchenjunga are Kangchenjunga Main:-28,169 feet (8,586 meters); 12,867 feet (3,922 meters) of prominence, Kangchenjunga Wes:- 27,904 feet (8,505 meters); 443 feet (135 meters) of prominence, Kangchenjunga Central:- 27,828 feet (8,482 meters); 105 feet (32 meters) of prominence, Kangchenjunga South:- 27,867 feet (8,494 meters); 390 feet (119 meters) of prominence, Kangbachen:- 25,928 feet (7,903 meters); 337 feet (103 meters) of prominence. In 1977 the second climb to mount Kangchenjunga lead by the Indian army who were led by the officer Nagendra Kumar.

Kanchenjunga trek

Kanchenjunga is the third tallest mountain

The third climb was done in 1979 Doug Scott, Peter Boardman, and Joe Tasker on May 16. The first solo attempt to this mountain was done by Pierre Beghin in 1983 without the use of additional oxygen. There are mainly four routes or the way to climb northeast, southwest, and northwest of Kangchenjunga and the other way is northeast which is from Sikkim of India. On the way, you will also find the amazing Kangchenjunga national park which consists of the extinct birds and animals like Musk deer, Red Panda, Snow-Leopard, and Blue Sheep along with the abundant species of bird-like Shy Dragon, Impedance Pheasant, and Red-Billed Blue Magpie. People  believe that the goddess Dzonga lives on mount Kangchenjunga. While trekking to this mountain peak you will have to go through a lot of glaciers.

  1. Mount Lhotse


Mount Lhotse is the fourth World’s tallest mountain which lies in Nepal. Lhotse stands at the height of 8526m above the sea level. Mount Lhotse is also easily can recognize mountain as it falls on the south of the Mt Everest. There are three submit of mount Lhotse:- Lhotse Main 8516m, Lhotse middle 8413m and Lhotse Shar 8383m. The south face of Lhotse is the largest face of the mountain in the world. This mountain was firstly attempt by Ernst Reiss and Fritz Luchsinger of Switzerland in the year 1956. The route to Lhotse is as same as the route to Sothern Everest.

Mt Lhotse

Middle Lhotse is one of the most dangerous mountains of Nepal because of the Khumbu icefall. The south face of the Lhotse was climbed later in 1984. The most interesting fact about Lhotse is that the Lhotse middle is the top point on the earth which was not climbed up till 2001. On the 1st of May 2001, EugenyVinogradsky became the first person to climb the middle Lhotse. It is not so much difficult to climb the main and Shar Lhotse so, many people trek this mountain as a practice for the highest Everest. AngFurba Sherpa was the high altitude mountain worker, he died on the 19th of May 2016 by slipping from Lhotse.

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  1. Mount Makalu

Mount Makalu is the fifth highest peak around the world with the elevation of 8,485 meters from the sea level. It lies on the 14 miles eastern side of Everest. The name Makalu forms the Sanskrit word MahaKhala which means big black. Mount Makalu was first climbed on the 15th May 1955 in by Lionel Terray and Jean Couzy of the French expedition. It takes more than 61 days to climb mount Makalu. The best season to climb Mount Everest is spring and autumn season. This is the kingdom of the glaciers, surrounding by the unforgettable attendance of the world’s mightiest mountains and threatening above the highest Mt Everest itself. Climbing mount Makalu forms the western face is very adventurous. above are the list of world’s tallest mountain.


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