Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

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Trip Duration 18 Days
Group Size 2-12 people
Maximum Altitude Kala Patthar (5,644 m)
Difficulty Grade Difficult
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Seasons Mar-May, Sept-Nov

Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

  • Chance to witness the rural and local life of Sherpas.
  • Stunning and scenic landscapes include lush forests, villages, rivers, and streams.
  • Sense of accomplishment and pride.
  • Avoidance of the risk of the world’s most dangerous flight, the flight to Lukla
  • Rare and exotic wildlife of the region.
  • Exciting historic sites are on the way.
  • More intimate cultural exchange.
  • Save the expensive flight cost.

Overview of Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

The Everest Base Camp trek by road is one of the most fascinating treks in Nepal. It allows trekkers to get up close to the highest peak in the world and witness the beauty of Mount Everest. This trek is a dream come true for many Nepalese and foreigners. It offers the perfect blend of adventure and natural beauty.

Besides, trekkers get to trek through the challenging terrain of the Himalayas. We can see the stunning glaciers, peaks, and lakes. This trek also rewards the visitors with an exceptional cultural experience. They can feel the warmth of the traditional Sherpa community.

One can learn a lot about distinctive Sherpa culture while on the trek. Hence, Everest Base Camp Trek has more to offer: adventure and natural beauty. Going on this trek sets a lifetime memory as getting to the lap of the mighty Everest is a matter of pride and dignity.

The Everest Base Camp Trek by Road is a challenging trek that takes you 5,344 meters (17,598 ft) above sea level. The terrain is complex, making reaching EBC a significant achievement.

Besides, this trek can be a transformative experience if you enjoy challenging yourself. It’ll help you develop resilience and push past your limits.

Traveling to Everest Base Camp Trek by Road can make the adventure even more thrilling. You will see breathtaking landscapes, local settlements, diverse local cultures, and rural life.

This road trek provides an experience and lets you see things you might otherwise miss. The expedition starts and ends from Tham Danda.

The Everest Base Camp trek by road is a 15-day trek through some of the world’s most stunning landscapes, like Solukhumbu. The trail passes dense forests of rhododendrons and magnolia trees.

Trekkers will encounter Namche Bazaar, a busy market and a gateway to Everest. They will also pass through traditional villages like Tengboche and Dingboche, which are picturesque villages from which the views of the Himalayas are stunning.

Moreover, Kala Patthar is one of the favored places for trekkers. It offers stunning views of Everest and other peaks in the region. Trekkers are rewarded with sunrises and views of peaks like Lhotse, Nuptse, and many more.

Suppose you’re looking for an adventure that pushes you to your limits. It allows you to experience the region’s natural beauty and rich culture. In that case, the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road is an excellent option. Road travel can enhance the experience and provide a more thrilling adventure.

Itinerary of Everest Base Camp Trek by Road


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Upon reaching Tribhuvan International Airport, one of our representatives will receive you. They will drive you toward the hotel.

You can freshen up, eat something and rest in the hotel. In the evening, you can set out from the hotel to explore Kathmandu’s nightlife. You can try some local Kathmandu cuisine to satisfy your taste buds. You will spend the night in Kathmandu.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Dinner
Altitude Kathmandu (1400 m)

Day 02: Explore Kathmandu

On the second day of your Everest base camp trek by road itinerary, you can explore the vibrant city of Kathmandu. It is Nepal’s cultural and political hub. This city is home to many temples, palaces, and ancient buildings. They have stood the test of time and offer a glimpse into Nepal’s rich cultural heritage.

Your first stop will be Kathmandu Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The square is surrounded by temples and palaces that were once the residences of Nepalese royalty.

Next up on your list is Patan Durbar Square, another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Lalitpur. The square has many temples, including the Krishna, Bhimsen, and Golden Temple.

After exploring Patan Durbar Square, you will visit the Boudhanath Stupa. It is one of the world’s largest stupas and a significant Buddhist pilgrimage site. The stupa is in the heart of the Tibetan community, around many monasteries and souvenir shops.

Your final stop for the day will be Swayambhunath Stupa, at the top of a hill. Many small temples and shrines surround the site. After a full day of sightseeing, you can retire to your accommodation in Kathmandu. Rest up for the next day’s adventure.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Kathmandu (1400 m)

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Salleri

The Everest base camp trek by road journey from Kathmandu to Salleri is long and exciting. It takes you through some of the most scenic parts of Nepal. You will leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and explore the stunning natural beauty.

The drive takes 10 to 11 hours, but the time passes as you take in the magnificent countryside views.

Once you arrive in Salleri, you will love the warm and welcoming nature of the local community. The city is the administrative headquarters of Solukhumbu district. It is home to diverse ethnic groups, including Kulungs, Kirants, Rais, and Chhetris.

The local customs and traditions reflect cultural diversity, making Salleri a fascinating place to explore. One of the highlights of Salleri is its stunning natural beauty. The city is 2362 meters above sea level, giving you a breathtaking view of the surrounding Himalayan landscape. As the sun sets over the mountains, you will see a display of colors and shadows, leaving you in awe.

Salleri is a popular starting point. It entices trekkers and mountaineers who want to explore the Everest region. From here, you can start your journey toward the Everest Base Camp. You pass through various landscapes and settlements.

Salleri uniquely blends natural beauty, cultural diversity, and warm hospitality, leaving a lasting impression on anyone who visits. It is the place to start your journey toward the world’s highest mountain.

Car 10-11 hrs
Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Salleri (2,362m)

Day 04: Drive from Salleri to Tham Danda and trek to Paiya

On the fourth day of our Everest base camp trek by road, you will drive from Salleri to Tham Danda and trek towards Paiya. The drive will take 4 to 5 hours and cover approximately 50 kilometers. This beautiful place provides a clear view of Okhaldhunga headquarters, Rumjatar.

This place is commercialized and modernized. On the lap of Tham Danda, there is “Sahid Park.” It is a park constructed in the memories of our brave martyrs and is also one of the major attractions of Tham Danda.

This place is a gift of nature, with dense, green forests that fascinate nature lovers. Upon reaching Tham Danda, you will start your trek towards Paiya, which will take 5 to 6 hours.

The walk from Tham Danda to Paiya will allow you to observe the local life of villagers and visit small temples and monasteries. Paiya is the first checkpost for trekkers.

Here, you can enjoy the musical sound of the river flowing and birds chirping. You can also enjoy local cuisine like Dal-Bhat, Thukpa, Waiwai, etc., walk through beautiful rhododendron forests, enjoy scenic views with regional cuisine, and spend the night there.

Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Tham Danda (2,350 m), Paiya (2,730 m)

Day 05: Paiya to Phakding

On the fifth day of the  Everest base camp trek by road, you will embark on a journey towards Phakding. It is a small, picturesque village located 2610 meters above sea level. It will take around 5 to 6 hours to reach Phakding from Paiya, covering a distance of approximately 12 kilometers.

As you trek, you will love the beauty of the surroundings. The trail is full of rocky paths and steep ascents. Still, you will have the company of horses throughout the journey. Adding to your trek’s beauty, you will come across several authentic local tea shops.

Here, you can take a break and indulge in local delicacies. You will also encounter a few traditional-style houses. They reflect the culture and lifestyle of the locals.

You will trek alongside the Dudh Koshi River, adding charm to the journey. You will cross a suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River.

Further, you will pass by many prayer wheels reflecting local culture and tradition. You will come across charming villages like Musey and Charikharka. They offer a glimpse of the local way of life.

Once you reach Phakding, you will see several souvenir shops and an Irish Bar. They are pretty popular among foreigners. Phakding is famous for its local cuisine, which will tickle your taste buds. You will spend the night in Phakding amidst the natural beauty of the surroundings.

Note: If traveling via the Salleri route, you can quickly travel and trek to Phakding from Paiya through Musey town. This route offers a unique and authentic trekking experience, perfect for those who want to explore the lesser-known trails of the region.

Walking Day
Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Phakding (2,610 m)

Day 06: Phakding to Namche Bazaar

Today, our Everest base camp trek by road is from Phakding to Namche Bazar. This popular spot among trekkers is perfect for altitude acclimatization. To reach Namche Bazaar from Phakding, you must climb for approximately 5 to 6 hours.

The distance to cover is around 9.4 kilometers. This trail is steep as well as rocky. You will be crossing some beautiful bridges on the way. You will come across local people carrying bamboo in doko for household purposes.

You will pass through scenic routes, which consist of traditional houses, lush forests, and exciting ways. As you climb up, you will see glimpses of the mountain. On this day, you will cross Larcha Dovan at an altitude of 2935 meters, another adventure for the day.

About 45 minutes from your destination, you will achieve the most challenging part of the trek. You have climbed two hours of continuous incline.

Since you will be at a higher altitude, you will notice the weather changes; hence, pack and use your layers. This part of the trek will test your physical and mental strength.

As you reach the destination, everything will be worth it. You will see the superb and colorful Namche Bazaar. It is a town built amidst the Himalayas, which can make you wonder about the beauty of nature.

As you reach Namche Bazaar, you will notice the mountains covered with clouds. When the clouds are happy, they embrace the hills with fluffy white arms. They create a stunning contrast between the blue sky and the snow-capped peaks. The mountains, in turn, seem to bask in the love and attention of the clouds, looking gracious and proud.

But when the clouds are unhappy, they can be moody and unpredictable. They may shroud the mountains in a blanket of fog, hiding their majestic peaks from view. The mountains, in turn, can look sad and melancholy, as if they are yearning for the affection of their cloud companions.

Namche Bazaar is commercial; thus, if you need anything, you can buy it from the local shops. You will enjoy the charming Namche Bazaar, have dinner, and spend the night there.

Walking Day
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Namche Bazaar (3,440 m)

Day 07: Acclimatization at Namche Bazaar

Acclimatization is an essential part of high-altitude trekking. It is a process by which the human body adjusts to the decreased oxygen levels in the air. It is a significant part of the trek as it helps the body adapt to the surroundings. Moreover, it reduces the risk of any health issue, especially altitude sickness.

So, this day will be your day of acclimatization. You can walk around the town and visit the local museums, monasteries, and temples. Also, buy and stock up on stuff for the rest of the trek, and so on.

Trekkers can also visit Sagarmatha National Park and see the area’s exotic flora and fauna. They can also visit charming villages nearby to experience the rural lifestyle of locals, which will help in cultural exchange to the fullest.

You can take some time to enjoy the stunning views of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and other peaks. Enjoy a sip of tea or a coffee with the idea. You can click some snaps and take them as a memory for life. Many activities are available around Namche Bazaar to keep yourself active.

Remaining hydrated can help avoid headaches, dizziness, and altitude sickness. You can also consume fluids such as herbal tea, soup, and other drinks to maintain your body’s water level. However, it is better to avoid alcohol during acclimatization.

Hence, you will spend the night in Namche Bazaar on our Everest base camp trek by road.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Namche Bazaar (3,440 m)

Day 08: Namche Bazaar to Tengboche

On the eighth day of our Everest base camp trek by road, you will trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. It is a small village famous for Tengboche Monastery. Trekking distance from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche is around 5 to 6 hours. The trail is now more accessible, but since the air gets thinner, you might be out of breath; thus, take it slow.

You will come across an abandoned airport. The Nepal Government has stopped using it due to a few accidents. Now, there is an open space where you can rest and enjoy panoramic views of the Himalayas.

As you make your way, you will love the grandeur of the Himalayas. Towering peaks on both sides will surround you. As you look up, you will see the majestic Mount Everest. It is the highest mountain in the world, looming in the distance.

The views are breathtaking, and you will feel humbled by the sheer size and beauty of the mountains. As you reach Tengboche, you can visit the Tengboche monastery of the 19th century.

This monastery is the largest in the region. You can visit the prayer room, where you can pray and meditate. It is a sacred destination that lies within the Sagarmatha National Park.

From here, you can see the unique views of Ama Dablam, Tawache, Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse. You can enjoy this sacred place and feel the spiritual energy within you. You will have local cuisine in the area, prepare for the next day, and

Walking Day
Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Tengboche (3,860 m)

Day 09: Tengboche to Dingboche

The ninth day of the Everest base camp trek by road is one of the most picturesque days as you trek toward Dingboche from Tengboche. It is a long day of trekking, but the trail is easy and comfortable. You will love the breathtaking views of the Himalayas that surround you.

Throughout the day, you will feel as if you are walking on the lap of the Himalayas, which is a humbling experience. As you approach Dingboche, you will come across small and big waterfalls.

The sound of the cascading water against the rocks will soothe your senses and provide a much-needed respite from the arduous climb. The trail is natural and isolated, surrounded by lush greenery and dense forests.

You will encounter a few yaks on the way, adding to your trek’s charm. These magnificent creatures are an integral part of the local culture. They have worked for centuries to carry goods and supplies in the mountainous terrain.

The most significant highlight of this trek is seeing the majestic Mount Everest. As you proceed toward Dingboche, it gets closer and closer to you. It is an awe-inspiring sight that will leave you feeling humbled and grateful. The closer you get to the world’s highest peak, the more inspired you will be to continue and complete the  Everest base camp trek by road.

As you reach Dingboche, you can rest and eat something to rejuvenate yourself. The village is charming and peaceful, with a warm and hospitable local community. You will spend the night there.

Walking Day
Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Dingboche (4,410 m)

Day 10: Acclimatization at Dingboche

This is the second spot for acclimatization on the Everest base camp trek by road. You will allow your body to adjust to the changing surroundings. You can explore the village of Dingboche by walking to the hilltop viewpoints.

You can visit local villagers and try to have conversations with them. Make sure to have plenty of water and healthy food during this period. You can enjoy the rural lifestyle of Dingboche and try out local food. You will spend the night there.

Accommodation Guesthouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Dingboche (4,410 m)

Day 11: Dingboche to Lobuche

On the eleventh day, you will climb to Lobuche from Dingboche. You will pass through Thukla to reach Lobuche, a village near the base of the Khumbu Glacier. Going to Lobuche, only 8.5 kilometers from the Everest Base Camp, will inspire you even more.

This village needs to be more modernized. So, it might have little modern facilities. Yet, it has decent accommodation facilities in basic hotels, homestays, and tea houses. The Sherpa families own them.

On the way from Dingboche to Lobuche, you will see stunning views of nature. If you’re lucky enough to have a clear sky, but if not, the weather gets foggy. On this day, you can take in incredible scenes of hills and mountains. You will cross a fast-flowing river through a wooden bridge, which is also a kind of adventure.

You will again see colorful flags and yaks on the way. The temperature might drop on the way; thus, wear proper layers and eat. As you reach Lobuche, you can treat yourself to bakery items such as pies, hot chocolates, and tea. You can enjoy the evening and spend the night there.

Walking Day
Accommodation Teahouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Lobuche (4,950 m)

Day 12: Lobuche to EBC to Gorakshep

On this day of our Everest base camp trek by road, you will be trekking to Everest Base Camp, your destination for the entire journey. It will be a big day as you will cover a distance of about 15 kilometers on the rocky and steep trail. After 3 to 4 hours of trekking, you will reach Gorakshep, another charming village at an altitude of 5164 meters.

This is a final push to the base camp. “Gorakshep” comes from the bird known as the Himalayan Monal or the Impeyan Monal. It is also known as the “gorak” in Nepali. You can rest and eat before you climb to EBC. From Gorakhsep, you will trek through rugged and rocky rail to reach the Everest Base Camp.

You will have to travel through the Khumbu Glacier, an absolute beauty of Mother Nature. After covering 3.5 kilometers from Gorakshep, you will finally reach the EBC. There, you can feel your dream come true. You will witness the majestic Everest from the closest distance.

You will need more of the snow-capped Everest. You can enjoy the 360-degree scenic view of Everest. Take some space and time to accept that you are on the base of the world’s highest peak. After spending some time there, you will descend towards Gorakshep. You will spend the night here.

Walking Day
Accommodation Teahouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude EBC (5,364 m), Gorakshep (5,164 m)

Day 13: Gorakshep to Kala Patthar to Pheriche

On this day, you will trek to Kala Patthar, a popular point, to get stunning views of Mount Everest and other peaks.

The distance between Gorakshep and Kala Patthar is about 6 kilometers. After spending some time in Kala Patthar, you will trek to Pheriche. It is a small village located 4779 meters above sea level. You will spend the night there in Pheriche.

Walking Day
Accommodation Teahouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Gorakshep (5,164 m), Kala Patthar (5,644 m), Pheriche (4,379 m)

Day 14: Pheriche to Namche Bazaar

On this day of our Everest base camp trek by road, you will trek for about 5 to 6 hours to reach Namche Bazaar from Pheriche. You will cover a distance of around 16 kilometers. You will enjoy the impressive views of different mountains and hills.

Walking Day 5-6 hrs
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Namche Bazaar (3,440 m)

Day 15: Namche Bazaar to Surke

Surke is a small village in the Khumbu region. On the fifteenth day of the  Everest base camp trek by road, you will trek down to Surke from Namche Bazaar. You will again trace your way back through the rural lifestyle and warm locals living in that area. You will spend the night in Surke.

Note: If you don’t want to miss what Lukla offers, you can trek to Luka from Namche Bazaar instead of Surke.

Walking Day
Accommodation Teahouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Surke (2,535 m)

Day 16: Surke to Tham Danda and Drive to Salleri

On the sixteenth day, you will proceed towards Tham Danda from Surke, which will take around 5 to 6 hours of trek. Upon reaching Tham Danda, you will be driven to Salleri, where you will spend the night.

Multiple 5-6 hrs
Accommodation Lodge
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Salleri (2,362m)

Day 17: Drive back to Kathmandu

On this day, you will drive back to Kathmandu from Salleri on our Everest base camp trek by road, which will take around 10 to 11 hours. Upon reaching the hotel, you can rest and freshen up. You will enjoy a lavish farewell dinner. You will spend the night in Kathmandu.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400 m)

Day 18: Final Departure

On this day, one of our representatives will drive you to Tribhuvan International Airport. The representative will ensure you reach the airport comfortably.

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Everest Base Camp Trek by Road – Cost

Everest Base Camp Trek by road cost depends on the group size, facilities, and trekking season. Besides, there are some significant costs covered by the pricing. It would help if you carried extra cash for your expenses, but it is an economic trekking experience.

Cost Covers:

Ground Transportation Cost

The package covers the transportation expenses on land. It includes taking the customer to and from the airport. And all the other places mentioned in the itinerary.

Licensed Guide

You will have a professional tour guide throughout the trek. They will make your journey easier and hassle-free and help you deal with different language barriers. The package also includes the cost of a professional tour guide. Foreigners must have licensed guides throughout the trek per the prevalent government rules.

Local and government taxes

The quoted price covers all relevant taxes, charges, and fees imposed by the local or national government. It includes the trekking permit fees, national park fees, VAT on meals, transportation, accommodations, and other related expenses.

Fooding on Everest base camp trek by road

The package covers the expenses of the meals offered by the hotels where you will be staying. Yet, if you decide to dine outside the hotel, we will not include the cost of the food in the package. Also, the package price only covers the cost of the main course, tea, and coffee provided by the hotel. It does not cover any other types of food you may have.

Accommodation during the Everest base camp trek by road

The cost of the hotels that you will be staying at in different places throughout this journey is in the package.

Cost doesn’t cover:

Alcoholic Drinks

The cost of alcoholic drinks you might want on this journey is not included in the package. This comes under your price.


You might feel tired during the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road trek and sometimes get injured. You might need the help of a porter to carry your bags, but the porter’s cost isn’t included in the package. The charges for porters depend upon the distance they have your bags.

Medical and rescue expenses

The cost that arises due to unforeseen circumstances isn’t included in the price. This comes under your price.

Cost for extra days during your Everest base camp trek by road

If you plan on staying for more than the prescribed number of days, you must pay extra costs.

Some Tips for the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

Stay hydrated

Staying hydrated is essential throughout the trek. As you climb up, the water level in your body will decrease. So, you might be feeling tired, dizzy, and have a headache. To avoid this, you should always keep a bottle to stay hydrated.

Carry Necessary Equipment

Since it is one of the most challenging treks, be careful about the equipment that you need to carry. You may have a trekking stick, headlamp, torchlight, map, compass, etc.

Be prepared for the trek. This trek is challenging. Thus, ensure you have a good fitness level before starting this journey. Focus on working out, keeping fit, and eating healthy before a few months of trekking.

Pack rationally

You will need base layers, insulated jackets, windproof and waterproof outer layers, trekking pants, and comfortable shoes. You may also take gloves, leg warmers, and a warm cap. Considering your hygiene, it would help if you carried many sets of socks and underwear.

Pack a few T-shirts as well. Remember to pack light because carrying excessive weight during the trek becomes tough.

Pack a first aid kit.

You might get injuries or minor health issues during the Everest base camp trek by road, so you should carry a first aid kit. In it, you can keep the last bandages handy, medicines for altitude sickness, Dettol, cotton, etc.

Be respectful

You will come across distinct cultures and traditions that might be new to you. Don’t do or say anything offensive to the locals. Remember to respect everything and everyone that you come across.

Don’t litter the environment.

Please don’t recklessly throw away packets of food you consume on the way. Instead, please keep them in the pocket of your bag and throw them in the dustbin when you reach the hotel. Be respectful of the environment.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

If you plan to trek to Everest Base Camp, choosing the right time of the year is crucial. It is for a safe and enjoyable experience. The best times to undertake this trek are September to November and March to May. These months have clear and sunny weather conditions.

During this period, the skies are usually clear, and the temperature is mild. It provides excellent visibility and panoramic mountains, landscapes, and wildlife views. But, the monsoon season, which runs from June to August. We do not recommend trekking to Everest Base Camp.

The weather during this season has heavy rainfall, muddy trails, and a high risk of landslides. It can be dangerous for trekkers. Moreover, fog, clouds, and mist often obscure the views, affecting the trekking experience.

When trekking to Everest Base Camp, you must note that the food on the trail is low. And you cannot expect to find lavish junk food options. But, the food is healthy enough to energize you during the trek.

The staple food on the trek is Dal Bhat. It is a traditional Nepali dish comprising lentil soup, steamed rice, and vegetables. This dish is an excellent source of carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins. It is available at almost every tea house or lodge on the trek.

If you prefer non-vegetarian food, you can have some chicken. It is available in some lodges or teahouses. You can also try local delicacies such as Tibetan bread, a flatbread made from wheat flour. There’s also Thukpa, a hot noodle soup containing vegetables, meat, and eggs.

The network connectivity may need improvement in some remote areas along the Everest Base Camp trek. This can make making phone calls, sending messages, or accessing the internet challenging. The main reason is proper infrastructure, including cell towers and limited bandwidth availability.

We recommend not to consume alcohol during the trek. It can have an impact on your health and your hydration level. Smoking during the tour also comes with different health hazards. So, remember to keep control of your consumption habits.

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Corey Mackevicius
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Trekking above the Himalayas is highly recommended. Puru took outstanding care of us and made sure everything was okay. Our experience started 10/10 when They picked us up at the airport.

I would only go with Above the Himalayan Trekking. Our trip to base camp was very successful because of Above the Himalayan Trekking. MAKE SURE TO ASK FOR SURESH AS A GUIDE as well!

He will take the best care of you and ensure you have a lifetime trip.

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Michal Liang
Everet base camp trek by Road - Best Trip Ever
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Puru, Thanks so much for your help with the Everest Base Camp trek by road. The Guide, the food, and the service were excellent, and Phaplu to Phakding was beautiful.

It was a trip to remember, and I plan to return with a group of my own next time. People were friendly and polite, inviting us.

I felt good. Bhala, my Guide, was true to his word and a good friend.

Michal Liang

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