Everest Base Camp with 37 Minutes

We understand that trekking to Everest Base Camp is an adventure of a lifetime, and we believe that everyone, regardless of body size, should have the opportunity to explore this awe-inspiring region. Our partnership is dedicated to ensuring that your journey to the Everest Base Camp is not only accessible but also enjoyable and safe.

Embarking on the Everest Base Camp trek is a remarkable adventure that offers breathtaking landscapes and a profound sense of accomplishment. While trekking to Everest Base Camp is an attainable goal for trekkers of all shapes and sizes, plus-size trekkers may have specific considerations to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey. This is tailored to help larger-body trekkers prepare for and conquer the Everest Base Camp trek. Nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, the Everest Base Camp Trek is a remarkable odyssey that beckons adventurers from across the globe. Offering awe-inspiring landscapes, a rich tapestry of cultures, and a sense of accomplishment like no other, this trek stands as a testament to the indomitable human spirit. Join us on an extraordinary journey through the grandeur of the Everest Base Camp Trek.

The world’s highest peak Mt. Everest and it’s base camp has been attracting tourists since the 1950s. Every year thousands of travelers worldwide visit the base camp (5360m). Everest Base Camp Trek is being buzzing phrase in the trekkers.

Mohare Dada Community Trek

Mohare Dada Community Trek is the inclusive trek of Poon Hill Ghorepani. It is a short but the best-view trek of Mid-Western Nepal, which is also a jungle trek because we need to walk through the dense forest from Banthati to Mohare Dada. This trek aims to promote sustainable eco-tourism and uplift the living standard of local people.

Mohare Danda lies at an altitude of 3,300 meters from sea level. It is a vantage point for a spectacular view of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalayan Range. The community trek Mohare Dada always fascinate the trekker with warm hospitality, rich culutre and traditions of Gurung and Magar.

Except for the rainy season, we can visit Mohare Dada all over the year. It is a short trek with a magnificent view of the Himalayas.

10 days Everest Base Camp Short Trek

There are multiple options to get to Everest Base Camp, and for those who are limited in the time – 10 days short Everest Base Camp Trek is the best option. Trekking to Everest is a dream; to accomplish it, we go there, and it is always fun, explore, and enjoy. It depends on you and your time. It matches you perfectly if you are looking for a quick way to get to Everest Base Camp.

This trip finishes in the 10days, so it is more demanding than other standard and regular trekking trails. It starts with a short scenic flight to Lukla like others, but it goes up to Manjo instead of Phakding. Instead of Namche rest, it explores the Khumjung and heads to Tengboche Hill. After Nangkartshang Peak 5090 climb, we continue to Lobuche. Our journey to Everest Base Camp is close to Lobuche. Today we arrive at Everest base camp and return to Gorakshep overnight stay. We enjoy the evening at Gorakshep, and if the conditions are good, we may all the way half of Kalapathar to capture the moment of sunset. How do you relax on the mountain view, sunset or sunrise?

A 10 days short Everest base camp trail gives you different experiences. In just ten days, you will accomplish your dream. The regular itinerary is about 12 days and includes two additional nights in Namche and Dingboche.

Annapurna Kosher Trek

Annapurna Kosher trek begins from eye-catching rice fields of lowlands and reaches one of the highest passes Thorong-La (5,416m). The path goes through the gorges of Marshyangdi River before swinging west into the drained land of Mustang. And in the north, you can see the beautiful Annapurna Himalayas. The trek starts with a 9hr drive from Kathmandu to Dharapani through the Prithivi highway. The outside views from the roadway make the journey remarkable. On the way of driving, you can see beautiful Himalayan mountains like Annapurna II, Lamjung Himal, and Machhapurchhre.

Annapurna Circuit kosher trek dramatically changes the altitude: from the lower than 1,000m to up to 5,416m. The trail includes farmlands and also arid, snowy fields. The path leads to attractive villages of a vast diversity of ethnic groups and offers majestic views of the Himalayas. Gurung, Thakali, Magar, Brahmins, and other casts reside in this region.

The trek also includes Poon Hill, an attractive hill station for sunrise. From the view tower of Poon Hill, we can see Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges. Finally, reach Pokhara, a beautiful city of lakes and mountain views. You will have a day sightseeing in Pokhara. Different museums, caves, and mandirs will be visited.

Everest Base Camp Kosher Trek

We visit the Everest base camp based on the Jews tradition as a kosher trek. We will experience the high mountain Nepalese specialties – including Dal Bhat – all vegetarian and cooked in our pots with our utensils.

The world’s highest peak Mt. Everest and its base camp always attracted tourists since the 1950s. Every year thousands of travelers around the globe visit the base camp (5365m). Everest Base Camp Trek is a buzzing phrase in the trekkers.

EBC kosher trek is heaven for photographers and mountain lovers. Namche Bazaar, Everest View Point, Khumjung, Tengboche, Nangkartshang Peak, Kalapathar, and EBC are the prime spots in the region. From each spots we can see different angle view of the Himalayas. The itinerary is similar to the Everest Base Camp Standard Trek but just meals are different. It is pure vegetable based on the Jews practices.

Nepal Highlights Kosher Tour

Nepal Highlights Kosher Tour is a blended package of culture, religion, and nature in Nepal. We cover mountain views, city tours, and jungle safari. The city tour of Kathmandu offers a magnificent temples, stupas, and palaces. The day six is SABBATH.

Pashupatinath temple is a famous temple in Nepal. It is also the cremation place of Hindus, which lies on the bank of the holy river Bagmati. Every year thousands of people visit the temple and its surroundings.

From the Gai Jatra, the festive season starts in the durbar squares. But the Gaijatra is celebrated all over Nepal in the Newar community. Bhaktapur Durbar square is a bit larger than others which is famous for the Golden temple, 55 windows durbar, and exotic art.

Patan Durbar Square is for the wooden craft, where we can see marvelous craft skill. Similarly, in Kathmandu, we see the living goddess- Kumari. Nepal is different in the world because we can see the living goddess.

Nagarkot (2175m) is one of the best hill stations nearby Kathmandu. Stunning Sunrise over the Himalayas can see from the Nagarkot. Nagarkot is also great for escaping the bustling city.

Pokhara is the city of lakes. Fewa lake is the largest and most famous lake in Nepal. The island temple Talbarahi, Davis falls, caves and peace stupas, museums, Seti Gorges, etc. are the visiting spots of the city.

Chitwan National park is the best option for a jungle safari tour. Jungle walking, bird watching, and Tharu culture are the activities done in Chitwan. A scenic mountain flight completes the Nepal Highlights Kosher Tour, a flight that takes off from Kathmandu and flyovers the Himalayas. The scenic flight offers a closer view of the Himalayas.

Indigenous Tamang Heritage Trail

The Tamang community is the indigenous inhabitants of the Hills outside northern Kathmandu. Tamang people speak Tibeto-Burman languages, and their ancestry belongs to Tibet. The different, unique culture, tradition, language, and religion make them indigenous. Including Kathmandu and Rasuwa, many other districts have Tamangs dwellers. Indigenous Tamang Heritage Trail of Langtang is the best option for those who want to learn and explore in depth of the Tamang community.

History of Indigenous Tamang Heritage

Tamangs, one of the ancient tribes of Nepal, are the original people of Yambu (Kathmandu valley). They have lived in the Kathmandu valley and the central hill country since centuries ago. And they have been mentioned in various Nepalese and colonial historical records under a variety of names, such as Bhote, Lama, Murmi, Sain, etc. Maintaining the numerous traditions that they brought with them from Tibet is being a rich cultural indigenous people in Nepal.

Educational Trek in Nepal

We will reach Pokhara after about 6 hrs drive on a Tourist bus. A week trek complete the beautiful Poon Hill with different local villages. Ghandruk is a famous village, where we can learn more about Gurung culture. We visit the Gurung Museum in Ghandruk enjoy the view of the Himalayas and the ancient town of a stone roof.

Pokhara is a beautiful city of lakes, from where we can enjoy the view of Mt. Machhapurchhre ( Mt. Fishtail). During the Pokhara, we visit different historical and religious spots. Also, available some adventure sports activities such as bungee, paragliding, swing, and more.

Ghorepani trek is a famous, short, and sweet trek for all kinds of trekkers. Trekking through the different communities and villages with a magnificent view of the Himalayas makes the journey more enjoyable. A popular sunrise viewpoint of mid-western Nepal, poon hill is the highest point of the entire trek. The top offers the beautiful sun rays over Mt. Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalayas.

Accessible Trail Pokhara

The traveling is 1.3 km forms an attractive section of a 14-km-long hiking path on the ridge connecting Sarangkot to Nauudanda. It offers a magnificent view of the Annapurna, Machhapurchhre (Fishtail), and Manaslu range.

Nepal Tourism Board has built the trail to enhance the prospect of attracting a solid segment of accessible tourists’. The path is well endowed with proper signage and has an accessible washroom.

Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek

The Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek route follows Nepal’s mountainous border with India and Tibet. Kanchenjunga conservation area is in the northeast corner of Nepal. First, the summit of Kanchenjunga was in 1955AD. There are exceptional views of the southwest face of Kanchenjunga and the Yalung glacier. Altogether there are four peaks; Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Kanchenjunga- Yalung Kang (8,505m), Kanchenjunga-South (8,494m)and Kanchenjunga Central (8,482m). The vegetation ranges from subtropical jungle through to rhododendron and the alpine. Red pandas live in the forests, and the elusive snow leopards prowl at higher elevations.

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