Many treks route in Everest Region but there is one of the popular trekking route call Everest Easy Trek. who want to ask about popular trek in Everest Region,This Trek is one of the most famous trekking trails in Nepal. We (High Pass Adventure Pvt. Ltd) designed this trek for those who wish to experience Himalayan Everest region in short Itinerary of their life time. If you will do this Everest easy trek, you can see and explore unique culture, traditions, a lifestyle of the local Sherpa people, rich biodiversity, and wonderful snow-capped mountains of this region as well as stunning and beautiful mountains are the main attractions. This trek takes you to watch the view of four highest peaks which are above than 8000 meter include Mt. Everest 8848 meter, and other Cho Oyu-8153 meter, Lhotse-8516 meter, and Makalu-8463 meter as well as lots of others Mountains and climbing peaks. Specially, this trek is suitable for family group, students group, Honeymoon tour and old couple. Who can walk about 4 to 6 hours a day and who have not enough time to do whole Everest region trekking like Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest Three High Passes Trek and others.
Everest Easy Trek begins with a short scenic mountain flight to Lukla from Kathmandu and trekking to Phakding or Monjo. After that, this trek continues through the fertile flora of Sagarmatha National Park, which is the habitation for wild animals like Snow leopard, martin, Himalayan Thaar (wild goat), deer, porcupine and others animals. This trekking route passes through plentiful flora and fauna, colorful prayer flags, Buddhist Mani wall, thick spectacular forests of blooming rhododendron, oak tree, blue pine, orchid and fir forests of the Everest region. We also pass through many friendly Sherpa villages like Lukla, Cheplung, Ghat, Phakding, Monjo and Buddhist monasteries of Namche Bazaar where will offers and you can visit with an incredible vista of Mt Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,501m), Thamserku (6,502m), Ama Dablam (6,450m) Kusumkangaru and other snowy peak mountain of Khumbu Himalaya range in Nepal. The Everest Easy trek taking experience the natural beauty, amazing landscape and outstanding view of mountains. This area have popular historical monastery in Tengboche and Thame village. After exploring the popular Thame Monastery you will trek to Khumjung Sherpa Village and trek to Tengboche. From Tengbuche your mision (Everest Easy Trek) will be done in Everest Region.
Our trekking guide will be transferred to you the domestic terminal of the Tribhuvan International Airport by privet vehicles to depart for Lukla flight. You will board a flight and fly to Lukla with your trekking guide. You will be enjoying the scenic flight for about 35 minutes and land on Lukla airstrip (Tensing-Hillary Airport). You will meet your trekking porter and introduced. They are waiting to you in Lukla airport. Treks starts from Lukla after the Pasang Lhamo memorial Gate, through the Lukla town. Our trekking trail drops down to the Phakding Village through the Chheplung, Thadokosi,Ghat and some where forest as well. From the trail, you will see wonderful Mountain View of Kusum Kangru and kongde peak.
From Phakding, Everest Base Camp trek goes continue north. There are a few uphill and downhill climb, through the forest of pine and rhododendron, suspension bridges and local Sherpa village will follow and take to you Monjo. Monjo is the gate way of the Sagarmatha Natrtional Park to Everest Base Camp Trek. Our trekking guide will manage the entrance fee of the Sagarmatha Notational Park. From the Manju Gate the trail continue drops down to the bridge and cross the Dudh Koshi River and you will get the Jorsalle village. Your trekking trail continues follow the north and cross another bridge of same river and following the river bank trail until large Dovan. There is very high bridge on this river, we have to cross and we will climb into forest of pine tree on lot Zigzag trail until Namche Bazaar. Before get the Namche Bazaar we will see and enjoying first view of Mt Everest and other lot mountains.
After Break-fast at Namche, the trekking split the popular Everest Base Camp route and goes north-west through the pine forest and small Sherpa village of Phorte, Thamo and Samde before reached the Thame, Where you will visit Thame Monastery and Village.
Today you will experience a different village on your return stay in Khumjung rather than Namche Bazaar. The trail continue back down near Namche and one hours ascend to Khumjung Village Where you won’t find the shopping, bars, restaurants, and other facilities of Namache Bazaar. Khumjung located about two hours above then Namche and you can observe the beautiful views of Ama Dablam and others mountain.
After having breakfast from khumjung , you will follow the trail by kyanjuma.From there you can enjoy beautiful panorama view of Kusum kangaroo, Thamserku, Khandega, Amadablam, Lotse, Everest, Nuptse and Tawaboche before get kyanjuma. From kyanjuma trail drop down to the bridge Phunki Thanga. You will cross the bridge and trail goes ascent to the Tengboche. If you are lucky you can see deer and pheasant bird. There you will visit popular Buddhist Tengboche Monasteries. Your mission is only there for view of all panoramic snow capped mountain.
After Breakfast in Tengboche you will again visit monasteries and continue walk back to Namche for stopping the Lunch. You will continue drop down to the Large Bridge after your lunch at Namche and cross this bridge to walk continuous on Manju. Manjo is getaway to Sagarmatha National Park.
You will have breakfast in Manjo and trek back to Lukla. You will cross some Bridge of Dudhkosi river through some Sherpa village and enjoy some view of mountain and forest hills.
After last Breakfast in Lukla of your Everest Base Camp trek, you will catch morning flight to Kathmandu from the Lukla airport.in Kathmandu. Your trekking guide manage privet vehicle transfer you to your hotel. That day you can explore around market in Kathmandu. We will take to you for a farewell dinner in Nepali culture kitchen.
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Located in the northeastern part of Nepal and Protected by Sagarmatha national park, the Everest region can be reached in different ways direct flights to Lukla from Kathmandu, Jiri, or Phaphlu are among the most common ways due to the unavailability of direct road links. Taking the bus to Jiri takes a 4-5 days trek and 2-3 days for Phaplu to enter the region.
Lukla is the small town and starting point of all trekking to the Everest region in Nepal. There is no direct road link to Lukla from Kathmandu due to which trekkers to Lukla either have to fly to the Tensing Hillary or Lukla airport or trek from Phaplu or Jiri. Many airlines operate regular flights from Kathmandu.
The weight limit of the luggage bag is 12 kg and an extra cost is to be charged for the extra weight at the airport. We suggest you make less weight than 15 kg because Sometimes overload in a plane can cause you to replace the luggage on the next flight which could take more time.
Please be responsive in taking a smaller aircraft for the flight to the highlands. Sometimes, the weather could be bad and crucial resulting in delaying the flights to and from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu. Himalayan and Hilly Region weather can be changeable. But, we will try to make the best itinerary days possible. In case of flight delay and cancellation, you’ll need an extra few days before and after the trekking days from the itinerary. Because our trekking staff are experienced and professional in trekking as well as problem-solving so there are fewer chances of miss handling the situation.
Due to the popularity of the Everest base camp trek, the accommodations in the Everest region are well managed with the availability of lots of accommodations and restaurants along the trekking trail. Therefore there will be less or no difficulty in finding the best accommodations in the region. The majority of the teahouses have the best quality service. Normally, lodges have private rooms (2 beds in one room) for customers with sharing an indoor bathroom but if you need a luxury lodge, they have luxury facilities and some places have to limit lodges. Every different place has different quality of the lodges so, you can choose the best according to your budget.
Every lodge has a menu with nearly identical food items. We strongly suggest the traditional Nepali cuisine "Dal-Bhat" (boiled rice, vegetable, and lentil soup), however, you are free to choose from the menu. Most hotels grow fresh vegetables in their gardens and provide them to their guests. The cooks are essentially skilled, yet the meal may have a taste that differs from that of western cuisine. Because meat is scarce in the mountains, we advise you to try vegetarian recipes.
You can buy all types of drinks in every lodge but the prices go high as you go higher. You can drink normal water using purification tablets. We should avoid alcoholic drinks when we go higher.
Autumn trekking season (September to December) and spring trekking season (March to May) are the best trekking seasons for the Everest region. The weather is perfectly sunny and warm with wonderful mountainous views, clean air, and no rain and snow compared with another trekking season.
If you wish to avoid crowds and enjoy some alone time with nature and culture, you can do this trip during the winter (January and February). The temperature during winter could be a little chilly for some trekkers but visibility is good. But there is a considerable risk to doing the Everest region trek in the winter season due to the possibility of a lot of snow. In the summer season (June to August) it rains heavily but it is the best time for nature lovers. Therefore, the best season for trekking in the Everest region trek depends on what kind of trekker you are.
“The most difficult roads lead to the most beautiful destinations.”
The difficulty level of the Everest Region is moderate and challenging. There is no road access and it is difficult to reach the beautiful area. The walking distances are 5 to 8 hours a day and there are many obstacles during the Everest region Trekking. Also, there are various trekking routes ranging from easy to challenging. Normally, Everest region trekking starts from Lukla (2820 m) and the highest altitude is Kalapathar (5545 m).
This destination is a bit challenging for those who do not have previous trekking experience and it entails strong physical and mental health and fitness. Everest Base Camp Trek, Gokyo Valley Trek, and Everest View Trekking routes are Moderate Level but Everest Three High Passes Trek, Climbing to Gokyo Ri, Kalathar and Nagarkhang are difficult to level treks.
Booking for accommodations is very important for peak season as it is very crowdy during the season and it is necessary to prepare warm clothes. The monsoon is not an easy trek option here because the roads get slippery due to heavy rain.
Overall, Tea-House, resting place, acclimatization day, slow walk, and short easy steps will be helping to you with your difficulty trekking to the Everest region
There is good mobile network service around the Everest base camp trekking area but not around Gokyo Valley and Chukkung Valley. The internet service is available in the whole of the Everest Region but teahouses and lodges provide the internet with some extra charges. In case of not have a Nepali sim card, our Nepali guide will help you contact your family and update the head office about the trek.
Because traveling is a part of human life and tourism is as old as human civilization, we have been working to make travel more enjoyable.
When traveling to higher elevations in the high Himalayan region, high altitude sickness is a regular problem. Although it develops fairly quickly, the symptoms can be avoided. If you have prior high-altitude trekking experience, it might be preferable, but if not, you should take precautions to avoid high-altitude sickness if you plan to walk over three thousand meters. In order to avoid altitude sickness while trekking in Nepal, you should walk carefully, drink enough water, abstain from alcohol, ascend higher, and sleep at low elevation. You should also spend two nights for every 500 meters over the elevation of 3500 meters. All of our trekking routes are adaptable and include days for acclimatization. Your health and safety come first so that you may complete the trek without incident. In case things worsen, we give you some essential medications to help with an emergency rescue.
As a result, you must advise your Guide or Leader of your health status each day. Based on his reaction, he will decide whether or not to let you continue on your trip.
During your tour, trekking, and other activities in Nepal, the guide, porter, driver, and all other employees who work in the tourism industry expect tips. Tipping is how customers evaluate service providers, and service providers accept tips at the end of a journey. Travelers often tip 10% of their billable amount, but you can give more or less depending on the quality of the service.
Therefore, it is crucial that the High Pass Adventure working team takes good care of you at all times while you are visiting Nepal, is inspired by exceptional service, and provides inspirational once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
After finishing the walk, if you have extra time, you can engage in other activities or go on another quick trek in Nepal. Chitwan National Park and Bardiya National Park for jungle safari excursions are only two of our many short travel packages and adventure activities. You can go sightseeing in Pokhara, go trekking in Nagarkot or Dhampus, or go rafting for the day on the Trisuli River.
Paragliding, kayaking, ultra light flight, bungee jumping, and mountain biking are examples of adventure sports. These are all optional add-on activities to your package that are not included in the price. If you choose to participate in these activities with us after your vacation, we will organize them at a fair price and give you a generous discount.
Before departing, you must pack your trip necessities. We hope it would be too much for you to transport from your country to another, but some of the necessary equipment may be rented or purchased in Kathmandu's Thamel area. While trekking in Nepal, this basic gear is appropriate for all seasons, though it may vary depending on the season and length of the trekking routes you choose to take.
Passport and 4 passport size photos
Travel insurance details (in case an emergency evacuation if needed)
Boarding passes for flights
Driver’s license (if needed)
Credit/Debit Card (Ensure you have $500 on your card in case an emergency helicopter evacuation is needed)
Sleeping bag (Comfort rating -15 Celsius recommended)
Sleeping bag liner (Optional)
Trekking boots: one pair lightweight
Sandals for city and tea house footwear
Shoes for the plane and tea houses (Optional)
Gaiters for hiking in winter to the base camp
Thin, lightweight inner socks
Thick, warm wool hiking socks
(Please make sure that you have non-cotton clothing for trekking)
Base-layer t-shirts (e.g. running t-shirts)
Down jacket for warmth
Travel clothes and City Wear
Base-layer trousers (optional)
Trekking shorts (Optional)
Gloves and wool hat
bandanna or scarf
First-aid kit; should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea
Re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking if any particular
Wet wipes for cleaning can be purchased in Kathmandu
Sunglasses and Sun cream
Book (reading and writing materials)
MP-3 /Music, headphones and ear plug (who know some people on group are snoring) as optional.
Hand sanitizer, wet wipes
A day bag: 35 liters
A duffel or rucksack with straps to go over your back (Max 12 kg of weight for porters to carry)
Dry Liner or Dry Bag
Water bottle/thermos/ camel bag: At least 2 L. Nalgen bottles best.
Toilet papers/ tissue
Contact lenses, Glasses (if needed)
1 medium sized quick drying towel
Tooth brush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
Multipurpose soaps (preferably biodegradable)
Face and body moisturizer
Feminine hygiene products
On Personal Hygiene
Wet wipes (baby wipes)
Anti-bacterial hand wash
Large plastic bags – for keeping items dry inside your kit / duffel bag
Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, and scrabble. (for luxuries)
Binoculars (for luxuries)
Trail Map/Guide book (if you are alone)
Between China's Tibet Autonomous Region and India, Nepal is a landlocked Himalayan nation. It has eight of the top ten mountains in the world, including Mount Everest. There are numerous points from China and India where one can enter Nepal by land. Tourist visas for Nepal are available on arrival at all Indian and Chinese borders if you are traveling there by land. There are numerous foreign airlines providing nonstop connecting flights to Nepal if you're arriving by air. Nepal Airlines, Turkish Air, Thai Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar Air, Jet Airways, Air India, Biman Bangladesh, Lufthansa, Oman Air, Travel Dubai, Air Arabia, and Air China are a few of the well-known airlines that fly to Nepal. From China or India, one can also go overland. Please check your flight and get in touch with us before arriving in Nepal. At the airport in Nepal, you can easily obtain a on arrival visa.
Except for Indian passport holders, all foreign visitors to Nepal need a visa; however, you must have a passport with a six-month validity date in order to apply for a tourist visa. At the Tribhuvan International Airport and the Chinese-Indian border in Tibet, visas are available on arrival. To apply for a visa to enter Nepal, you must have a color photograph in PP size. Please click this link for more details about Visa Information.
If you're seeking for the best foreign exchange rates and locations in Nepal, you may easily exchange the majority of your foreign currency at a local bank or authorized money exchange facility in a well-known tourist destination. The Nepal Rastra Bank controls all exchange rates (Center Bank of Nepal). You can exchange small amounts of money at the hotel if you want to. Because our banks will not take dirty or old notes, kindly bring clean and fresh notes.
In order to avoid the time-consuming processes associated with cards and traveler's checks, Nepalese people typically prefer cash in hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, and other locations. You can use an ATM to get cash (in Nepali Rupees) if you have a credit or debit card. In the main tourist city, there are a number of ATM counters with 24-hour service. If you use a card, the maximum withdrawal amount is between 30,000 and 35,000 rupees at once, plus a processing fee of 500 rupees.
You must convert your money in Kathmandu or Pokhara before the hike because the majority of trekking routes do not offer a facility for international currency exchange. Additionally, inquire about the amount of money required for a Himalayan trek from your trekking operator or guide.
When traveling in Nepal, safety and security are crucial issues to consider both on the way to in and out. We are here for you at all times, and we promise to provide the greatest service to all of our cherished clients. Our guides have extensive training in the field of trekking and broad understanding of first aid items. Because it rises more than 4000 m above sea level, it is essential for hiking in Nepal. Because health is crucial, if a trekker becomes ill from the high altitude, our knowledgeable guide discusses the necessary medications and decides to continue the trek while organizing the emergency rescue.
You must be cautious when hiking trails pass one other because they are not wide enough to do so. During the busiest trekking season, there are lots of porters, yaks, mules, and Jokpe along the trail. You must stay on the safe side if you encounter them on a bridge or in a confined space because otherwise they may force you over the edge.
For a healthy body while traveling and staying hydrated, clean water is essential. It will be the most effective method of completing the Himalayan journey. If not, getting sick and having diarrhea is simple. Almost everywhere during the Nepalese tea house trip, but not during the camping trek, sells bottled water. Unfortunately, bottled water is very pricey.
Please bring good water bottles (for boiling water) and water purification tablets or water filter bottles since plastic bottles are detrimental for the environment. Reusable water bottles are a good idea because they help keep the mountain clean. If you are concerned about finding a typical water tap to fill up your bottles in the trekking region of Nepal, they are very simple to locate. It can be found in rivers, streams, and lodges.
Nepal hiking tours: The difficulty levels of the Himalayas range from easy to tough. As a result of the Himalayan climate changing, there is a risk of high altitude and potential mishap.
Trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas demands practical trekking abilities at high altitudes (above 4,000 meters), so travel insurance is essential. If an accident occurs during a trip and requires medical attention or evacuation, the cost of returning to a city and receiving treatment may be significant. Therefore, you must ensure that your insurance covers the price of an air ambulance, medical care, and any risks associated with travel, such as delayed flights and lost, stolen, damaged, or missing baggage. Your complete itinerary while visiting Nepal should be covered by your insurance policy. Make sure your insurance policy covers hikes higher than 5,500 meters. If not, you will be responsible for all unforeseen costs associated with your trek through Nepal.
All trekkers must send a copy of their certificate from their comprehensive travel insurance policy to High Pass Adventure as part of the booking process for trekking and climbing in Nepal.
Mountain sickness is another name for high altitude sickness. You must be aware of high altitude sickness symptoms since they arise rapidly if you hike or ascend to a higher elevation. Here are some details if you're curious as to why it occurs. The air pressure is the main cause of altitude sickness. Your body needs time to adapt to the shift in air pressure when you travel to higher elevations since the air pressure decreases and there is less oxygen present. According to doctors, If you are at sea level, it begins at 8,000 feet (2400 meters).
There are three types of altitude sickness:
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS): It is very common and symptoms feel like a tiredness, dizzy, headache, thirsty, muscle aches, nausea
High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE): It is effect in the lungs, which can be very dangerous and hard to do life threatening
High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE): It is effective in the brain and most difficult to treat and you need to go to hospital attention the right way.
Following are the causes of high altitude sickness:
Generally living near sea level and travel to a high elevation
Had the sickness before
Not being acclimatized to the altitude
Drinking alcohol when you ascend
Medical problems of heart, nervous or lungs
These symptoms will appear depending on your speed to climb and how hard you push. Symptoms range from normal to serious. They can affect the nervous system, lungs, muscles, and heart.
Here are symptoms of High Altitude Sickness:
Loss of appetite
Nausea or vomiting
Rapid Pulse (Heart Rate)
Short breath with action
Blue color of skin or gray soft skin
Chest tightness or blocking
Dry cough or coughing with blood
Cannot walk in a straight line
Important keys to preventing of High Altitude Sickness are:
Climb the mountain gradually.
Stop every 2,000 feet (600 meters) of climb above 8,000 feet (2,400 meters) and one or two nights sleep there.
Sleep at a lower altitude when possible.
Make sure that you have the ability to quickly descend if needed.
Learn how to recognize early symptoms of mountain sickness.
If you plan on climbing quickly, or climbing to a high altitude, ask your provider about medicines that may help.
If you are at risk for a low red blood cell count (anemia), ask your provider if your planned trip is safe. Also ask if an iron supplement is right for you. Anemia lowers the amount of oxygen in your blood. This makes you more likely to have mountain sickness.
Drink plenty of water
Take it easy
Do not drink alcohol.
Eat regular meals that are high in carbohydrates.
Sleep lower elevation
Take a medication (diomax) according to doctor
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