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We provide Mt. Everest base camp trekking from both Tibet and Nepalese side. From Tibetan side it is about a 10 days tour on a four wheel drive and walking. Whereas from Nepalese side EBC trekking is a 16 days trek. First we fly to Lukla and and...more
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settled at the base of south face of Everest is this campsite with multinational temporary citizens. one can't stay there unless part of a summit expedition. but one can walk there about 6 km or 2 hrs from gorakshep which has several tea houses. it...More
Arriving there is not easy but once you get there you get amazed by the magnificence of the Everest (Qomolangma in tibetan).
We were very lucky because we colud see the mountain without and also covered by the clouds... Both is great.
This has to be one of the most challenging Mountain climbs in the world.
It takes about 8 days to get to Base camp and 4 days back. The whole route is a lot of den and ups and although the route is only 130km,...More
I travelled solo to Nepal as a medical volunteer to a remote village, when my volunteer trip ended my G Adventures trip began. Mt Everest Base Camp, little did I know this trip would change my life!
I was introduced the day prior to the...More
Everest Base Camp is a lifetime experience you will never forget. And you will love this adventure !!! Believe me it's not easy, but definitely worth it. If you are an adventure lover then without sleeping a night in Gorakshep and walking to base camp...More
Terrible, terrible company with terrible guides. I did the mount Everest Base camp trek in November 2018 and I became seriously ill from altitude sickness. I was vomiting every day and I could not breathe properly. The guide Masky was unhelpful to the point of...More
We trekked to Everest base camp in April 2012. Views all the way were astonishing but at the base camp I had an almighty headache almost certainly a result of altitude, tough night but had to grit it out to get to the base camp...More
The Everest Base Camp together with Gokyo and Chola Pass is an experience you will never forget. And you will love it!!! Not to say it's easy, but definitely wort it.
There is few things you will need to do to get there, and one...More
I started 2 days before and had half a tablet in the morning and half at night. There are side effects namely tingling in fingers, toes and in my case face too. But these soon disappear. Stopped taking them on the... More
I started 2 days before and had half a tablet in the morning and half at night. There are side effects namely tingling in fingers, toes and in my case face too. But these soon disappear. Stopped taking them on the way back after Namche Bazaar.
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