Everest Base Camp Trek is best choices of Trekker in the world. Since it has been started flight form Kathmandu to Lukla, trekker numbers are suddenly increased, perhaps, because of air transportation facilities from Kathmandu to Lukla. Every day, thousands of trekker fly to Lukla for Everest Base Camp Trek (5364 m.) and other some popular trekking routes like as Gokyo Lake Trek, 3 high passes Trek, Khumjung Village Trek, Everest View Trek with Namche Bazaar in Khumbu region.
This trekking area is departed to into 2 parts as Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake (Valley) is another. Gokyo Ri is also best part of Gokyo Valley and Mount Cho Oyu too. But these two parts have interconnection to each other by Chola Pass. So trekker can be done both trek at once. So it is best for all.
This trekking trail is not used only by Trekkers, Peak Climber and Summiteer are also go this routes to get to their proper destination. Mainly, Mount Everest is icon of climbers and trekkers to get to touch it. Trekker likes to get to foot hill of Mount Everest called Everest Base Camp to trek and whole body of Everest Mountain seen from Kalapathar. Every trekker makes dream to get to Everest Base Camp once in lifetime. Also from Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar, other many Himalayas can be seen which are almost more than 8000 meters high from Sea Level. Mountain Lhotse, Makalu, Gokyo Ri, Nuptse and Gauri Shanker Himalayas are attractions of the trekking region.
In the other hand, luckily Everest Trekking Region has many climbing Peaks are consisted around the Khumbhu Regions. So most of the peak climbers take a chance to get to Everest Base Camp Trek whilst they make a plan to climb a peak. Peaks are situated on right and left direction on the way to EBC trek. So It made easy to grab a chance to trek and climbing both.
Everest Base Camp is majorly basement of Mount Everest Summiteers. Every year, may climbing group take a permission to climb the Mount Everest. Any single year is not failed to book and permission by climbers till it has been permitted by Nepal Government. Even groups need to stay in waiting list for next trip. Mountaineers are stay at Everest Base Camp to digest altitude sickness and other technical part of climbing training also performed here. So Everest Base Camp is being crowded by trekkers and Mountaineers.
Posted by: Chij (March 26, 2023)
If you are looking for relaxing elderly holidays for seniors, which have a slow and steady pace, Limitless Travel have a range of senior travel options available. As well as disabled holidays, we are proud to present elderly holidays that have been designed specifically around the travel needs of seniors. You can expect fantastic senior holidays with fully accessible and wheelchair accessible hotel accommodation, as well as a wonderful itinerary of activities and excursions in each of our destinations. Read on to find out more about our range of senior holidays for mature travelers.
Our senior travel destinations in the Nepal include Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan National Park, Patan, Bhaktapur and Lumbini for tour and travel. For trekking, there are many accessible trek for seniors are Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest View Trek, Gokyo Lake Trek, Langtang Valley trek, Gosaikunda Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Ghorepani Trek, Ghandruk Village Trek and Panchase Trek.
For other services, there are some guide and porter services for tour and trekking. Some nice packages with luxurious are for seniors and disable travelers which are here like as All Nepal Package Tour, Nepal Exotic Tour, Buddhist Pilgrimage tour, Best Nepal Tour, Pokhara tour, Kathmandu valley tour, Nepal package tour and world heritage sites tour.
Posted by: Chij (February 1, 2021)
Trekking to Everest Base Camp in Nepal was one of the highlights of trekking around the world. In fact, this trek was so important to us that we planned the entire year around this two week adventure.
Trekking to base camp was more challenging than we anticipated, both physically and mentally, but was absolutely worth it. Traveling through the Himalayas of Nepal, spinning the prayer wheels, visiting Buddhist monasteries, and meeting the very friendly Nepali people, made memories our family will never forget.
There are two main seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp, in the fall between October and November and again in the spring between April and May. The true climbing season to summit Everest takes place in April and May, but the more favorable trekking season is during the fall months. This is when the skies are clear and the scenery magnificent.
This trek gives people good adventure walking and nice view of great Himalayas. It is really walking up to 5400 meters high from sea level and get to last walking point is called Kalapathar for trekker. One can see the nice view of Everest and other Himalayan ranges as well.
Except this trekking route there are other trekking routes to get to Gokyo Lake Trek, short trek to Everest View, 3 high passes trek and Khumjung village trek.
One can go other regions trekking in Nepal and some amazing tours to explore nature, culture and tradition with great historical places.
Likewise, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek and Annapurna Circuit Trek are more popular in the Annapurna Region.
Some tours like Nepal Package Tour, World Heritage Tour, Best Nepal Tour and Kathmandu valley tour etc can be done in any season. Also guide and porter hiring services and adventure travel which called paragliding, zipline, bungy, hot air ballon and helicopter tour are possible to do it.
Posted by: Chij (November 25, 2020)
KATHMANDU: The government has decided to allow foreign tourists carrying a negative PCR test report to visit Nepal after October 17.
A meeting of the Council of Ministers held at Prime Minister’s residence last evening approved a proposal presented by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation to allow foreign tourists who get tested negative for Coronavirus 72 hours before departing their home country to visit Nepal without staying at hotel quarantine for seven days, according to sources.
However, arriving tourists should stand for the antigen test or instant PCR test for reconfirmation immediately upon arriving at Kathmandu airport, the sources said citing the MOCTCA proposal.
The government also plans to waive off COVID insurance of US$ 5,000 for visiting tourists but the travelers must assure that their medical costs would be covered by themselves or the handling agencies, should they contract Covid-19 while staying in the country, sources added.
Foreigners meeting required criteria will also be provided visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport after October 17.
The tourism ministry confirmed that preparations are underway to introduce new protocols for foreign tourists incorporating aforementioned provisions to boost tourism activities in the country.
Talking to THT online, Minister Yogesh Bhattarai said that his ministry would announce the protocols after consulting with COVID-19 crisis management center in a day or two. “We are ready to facilitate tourism activities addressing stakeholders’ concerns,” he added.
Earlier, the ministry had introduced a protocol laying conditions that the tourists must secure an entry-visa, or an entry-permit in absence of visa-provision in their countries in co-ordination with respective agencies. Also, the a mandatory week-long hotel quarantine and COVID insurance of US$ 5000 provisions also drew criticisms from stakeholders.
“The revised provisions would certainly help expedite tourism activities in the country,” MoCTCA sources quipped.
Tourism entrepreneurs have already started necessary preparations to run their businesses after Oct 17 once international commercial flights resume in a full swing
Posted by: Chij (October 11, 2020)