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Trekking in the Everest Region

14 days from £4,705pp

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Tour highlights

  • Trek surrounded by dramatic mountain views.

  • Stay in comfortable Everest Summit Lodges.

  • Get close to the world's highest mountain; Everest.

  • Enjoy the bustling market of Namche Bazaar.

Price includes:

  • Scheduled international flights
  • In-destination transfers
  • Activities and excursions as detailed
  • All accommodation
  • 24-hour support while you travel
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Itinerary idea in detail

Includes international flights from a choice of UK airports, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

  • Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Kathmandu.

  • After an overnight flight, land into Kathmandu and spend the remainder of the day at your leisure. You might like to walk to Durbar Square. Look out for the Living Goddess who lives in an unassuming building nearby. It's believed that if you see her, you'll re-visit Kathmandu.

  • Today you will take a trip around Kathmandu with an experienced guide. One of the places you will visit is the sacred cremation grounds at Pashupatinath on the banks of the Ganges. You will also visit Boudhanath Stupa today where you will find a little Tibetan community.

  • Early this morning you will be taken to the airport in time to board your morning flight to Lukla, gateway to the Everest region. Once your guide and porter have organised your luggage you will start your trek. The views are stunning, following the river for most of the day today.

  • Today you leave Monjo and trek to Namche Bazaar. This is quite a climb, so make sure you are well rested and have had a good breakfast. Once you arrive in Namche you may just want to enjoy the good food and views from one of the many rooftop cafés, but there is also a wonderful viewpoint and a nearby museum that you may want to visit above the town.

  • Today you have a layover day in Namche. For acclimatisation purposes it is a good idea to do a decent length day walk today around the local area.

  • Today you will trek from Namche to Tashinga. The trek is mostly on level paths contouring the mountains. For much of the day today you will have wonderful views of Everest, Ama Dablam and their neighbours. You will visit Tengboche on the way where you can visit the monastery and the German Bakery.

  • Today carry on down the other side of the ridge on a shallowly descending path through a rhododendron forest to Devuche, where there are a few teahouses and a small nunnery in a very peaceful location. From here descend to a high bridge which crosses the Imja Drangka River, and then a one to two hour ascent to Pangboche. The lodge in Pangboche is located right along the trail to Everest and almost at the base of the mountain Ama Dablam.

  • Today trek back to Tashinga. Today is quite a short climb downhill with some time to relax in one of the tea houses along the way.

  • Trek back to Monjo today for a further night in an Everest Summit Lodge right next to the fierce Dudh Koshi River. You might have some time this afternoon to take afternoon tea in the lodge gardens.

  • Today you will trek to Lukla from Monjo. This is a fairly easy walk back down for your last night in the area before flying back to Kathmandu tomorrow.

  • Return to Kathmandu by domestic flight and transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to recover from the day's trekking, although your hotel is in an ideal location if you wish to explore.

  • Today is at your leisure in Kathmandu to relax after your trek. Walk around Durbar Square to soak up the city's atmosphere and try a momo — a local dumpling filled with pork or vegetables.

  • Transfer to the airport in time to catch your onward flights home. Your return flight will arrive the same day.

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Namche Bazaar

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