Everest Base Camp
Trek – Nepal


Exploring Sacred Peaks

Himalaya – the name says it all. Straddling the border between Tibet and its southerly neighbor, the Kingdom of Nepal, the world’s tallest mountains soar to the heavens, seemingly piercing the unimaginably blue Tibetan skies. For the peoples of the Himalayan kingdoms, these mountains are sacred; for on their lofty heights dwell the gods and goddesses of the Indic religious traditions of Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. In fact, the mountains themselves are considered manifestations of the deities.

Rising above them all is the “goddess” of all mountains, the colossal Everest. Reaching a stupendous 29,017 feet, the world’s tallest mountain exerts a powerfully magnetic pull. Indeed, for many an intrepid explorer, the lure of the summit has proved irresistible, albeit at times tragically so. Known as “Peak XV” by the early Indo-British surveying team that established its summit as the world’s highest, the mountain was later named after Sir George Everest, head of the Great Trigonometrical Survey. While this is the name by which most Westerners know the mountain, to Tibetans it is Chomolangma, “The Goddess Mother of the Universe,” while to Nepalis it is Sagarmatha, “The Forehead of the Sky.”

We begin our journey in the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu before taking the breathtaking mountain flight to Lukla, our trailhead. We then undertake the popular trek to bask in the glory of Everest’s majestic south face in the Khumbu, land of the Sherpa. Staying in comfortable mountain lodges or private camps, we hike along the historic trekking route that was pioneered by the like of Sir Edmond Hillary and Tenzing Norgay.
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Land Prices Include:

  • Deluxe accommodations at the Yak & Yeti in Kathmandu, based on double occupancy, inclusive of all taxes and service charges.
  • All ground transportation using private air-conditioned vehicles within Nepal. • Breakfast everyday
  • All arrival/departure airport/hotel transfers. • All entry fees at all temples, museums and monuments on sight seeing excursions.
  • Services of Nomadic Expeditions Nepalese Tour Guide for entire trip

Land Prices DO NOT Include:

  • International airfare • Comprehensive medical and trip insurance
  • Airport taxes
  • Meals or hotels in transit cities en route to Nepal
  • Tips/gratuity to local staff (guide, porters, drivers, bell boys, etc.).
  • Items of a personal nature, such as alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone calls, etc.
  • Movie, video and still camera fees.
  • Trip cancellation, travel delay or baggage insurance.
  • Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond Nomadic Expeditions
  • Excess baggage charges
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Mt. Everest has a universal appeal. It is the highest point on the planet. It also represents the physical aspect of the heights of human achievement. And though the summit has been reached thousands of times, climbers continue to scale this famous of all mountains, and trekkers visit the basecamps both north and south. See […]

As peoples from the Indus Valley Civilization (3300 – 1300 BC) expanded north they founded settlements in the Kathmandu Valley. Today the capital of Kathmandu bears gorgeous remnants of those small medieval kingdoms. Once a key stop along the ancient Salt Route, Kathmandu thrives still as a confluence of culture, a gateway to the Himalaya, and a

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