Get Way to Everest Trekking is Trekking Starts from Jiri all the way to Everest Base camp. So this trekking is also known as Jiri – Everest trekking which is the most famous trekking route among the tourists of the world. We encourage our adventure lovers to involve in this lengthy holiday program, especially those who can manage a bit longer holiday leave and would like to gain exclusive knowledge and experience of their unforgettable memories of their life by exploring the far remote and wonders of the earth that any adventurers hardly ever trodden in the past.
On this trekking route, Himalayan Leaders can lead its trekking teams to hidden and lost natural parts of the world such as Junbesi, Kalapatthar, and Everest Base camp, grassy vast plateaus tremendously rich by nature. Likewise, our trekking groups really feel a moment of fantasy while traveling the cross-country tribal villages, the original life living by the Tamang, Rai, and Sherpa people and other several ancient monasteries rich equally by a culture that hardly or never discovered by outsiders.
When we climb towards Gokyo we have superb views down the valley to Kangtega and up towards Cho-Oyu
Note: B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner
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We had a fantastic trekking experience with Himalayan Leaders in the EBC region for 23 days. They are very flexible and can customize to suit your wishes and requirements. Jagat…
We had a fantastic trekking experience with Himalayan Leaders in the EBC region for 23 days. They are very flexible and can customize to suit your wishes and requirements. Jagat personally welcomed us and is around the office most of the time and willing to help with whatever you need.
The trekking was very well organized and professionally managed by Dorjee our sherpa with help from Dawa our porter. They did everything possible to make our trek as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
With Himalayan Leaders you can go by yourself or as a couple instead of joining a group, this is much better as you can go at your own speed and adapt the program when needed for example when you don’t feel well. For this reason, its good to have some additional days so that you can make changes and still reach your goal. We met people that were not feeling well and had to go down with the chopper as the group had to move on, where a rest day or a small change in the program may have worked as well.
Himalayan Leaders also took the extra effort to help get one of our luggage pieces that arrived a day late.