Everest Base Camp Trek and Jungle safari tour:-
Everest Base Camp is one of the best trekking destinations in the world. Solukhumbu is justifiably famous, not only for the world's highest mountain, but for its Sherpa villages and monasteries. The main goal of an Everest trek is Base Camp at an elevation of about 5340m. But you cannot see Everest from the Base Camp, though you will enjoy the view of the beautiful, and dangerous, Khumbu icefall, so trekkers must climb Kala Pattar a 5545m hump on the southern flank of Pumori (7145m) from where there is dramatic view of Everest, the Western Cwm and Lhotse Face.
This is One of the classic treks in Nepal, Everest base camp is most commonly visited as a two week trek starting and finishing at Lukla, the airport just to the south of Everest National park. During the trekking seasons there are numerous daily flights into and out of Lukla, weather permitting. The flight from Kathmandu, which takes around forty-five minutes, passes over the fertile middle hills, with their scattered villages and terraced fields, with an amazing panorama of the high Himalaya as a backdrop. Before long the mountains close in and you are sweeping down to land at the gateway to Everest-Lukla.
Day 01: We pick you up from the International Airport and transfer you to your hotel.
Day 02-03: Kathmandu sightseeing. We will spend a couple of days sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley. The valley is the site of four ancient capitals with their attendant palaces, temples and squares, and the modern city's chaotic and fascinating streets, markets, shops and restaurants with intermingled Buddhist and Hindu temples. The streets can keep you occupied for days. OneDanney and Benethen in Bhaktapur night there will be a welcome dinner.
Day 04: Fly Kathmandu to Lukla (about 35 minutes) and trek to Phakding (2612m) 4 hrs. Overnight in Lodge. This is easy way walk passing through pleasant Sherpa villages and with views of Kongde and Kusumkhangaru two of Nepal’s technical trekking peaks.
Day 05: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3446m) 6 hrs. Overnight in Lodge. Today you will cross the Dudh Koshi River several times after entering the Sagamatha National Park at Jorsale, where we will probably have lunch as there is no tea house between there and Namche Bazaar. Beyond Jorsale we cross a high bridge then climb steeply up to Namche Bazaar, a climb of about two hours. On this climb you need to go very slowly and to drink a lot. But you must also admire the view of the peaks of Thaserku, Kusumkhangaru, Khongde among others.
Day 06: Acclimatization rest day in Namche Bazaar. We will make an excursion around Everest View Hotel, from where there is a spectacular view of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, Thamaserku, Khunde and many more peaks.
Day 07: Namche Bazaar to Tengboche Monastery (3870m) 6 hrs. Overnight in Lodge. On most treks we see Himalayan Thar, Danphe (the National Bird of Nepal) and Musk Deer along the trail. Lunch will be at Phunki Thanka, a small place, but at the lowest altitude of the day’s trek. At Phunki Thanka there are several water-driven prayer wheels. After lunch we tackle the steep path through forest, reaching the famous Tengboche monastery after about 2 hours.
Day 08: Tengboche to Pheriche (4240m). About 6 hours. From Tengboche we walk through rhododendron forests, then descend a muddy trail to Debuche to cross the Imja Khola river. On the trail we pass several mani walls, then a couple of chortens on the way to Pangboche. The Pangboche Gompa is the oldest in the Khumbu area. When the trail to Pheriche crosses a small hill you can see not only the village, but Island Peak, one of Nepal’s most famous trekking peaks.
Day 09: Pheriche. Rest day for acclimatization. The best way to acclimatize is to go high and sleep low, so we will climb towards Mhera Peak, at 5200m, from where there is a spectacular view of Nupse, Iland peak, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Thamaserku, Khangtenga, Tawache Peak, Cholatse and Lobuche Peak.
Day 10: Pheriche to Lobuche (4900m). About 5 hours. The trail rises steeply to Thukla, then crosses the Thukla pass, where there are many memorials to climbers who have died on Everest. Then the trail drops gently and follows the western side of the Khumbu valley to reach Lobuche.
Day 11: Lobuche to Kala Pattar (5545m). The trail from Lobuche follows the Khumbu valley through meadows besidePeter and Sandra on Kalapather (5545m) the Khumbu Glacier, then becomes more rocky as you approach Gorak Shep. We will eat lunch here before climbing to the small black hill of Kala Pattar which provides the best view of Everest, Nuptse and Lhotse. If the weather is good we will do the climb late in the day to watch the sun set on Everest. We overnight at Gorak Shep (5150m).
Day 12: Gorak Shep to Everest Base Camp (5300m). The trek to Base Camp is fascinating and takes about 3 hours. The views of Pumori and the Khumbu Icefall are spectacular.
Day 13: Gorak Shep to Dingboche (4410m). 5 to 6 hrs. We trek back to Thukla, then take a high trail past an old yak farm to reach Dingboche.
Day 14: Dingboche to Tengboche (3870m). About 6 hrs. We go via Upper Pangboche, where there is a very old monastery, and then continue to Tengboche.
Day 15: Tengboche to Namche Bazaar (3446m). About 5 hrs. We reverse our outward route, descending to Phunki Thanga, than ascending the ridge towards Namche Bazaar.
Day 16: Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2800m). About 7 hrs. It is a long walk from Namche to Lukla, but by now you will be very acclimatized, and we have all day.
Day 17: Short flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, and transfer to Hotel.
White River Rafting on Trishuli
Nepal has earned a reputation as one of the best destinations in the world for white water rafting. The country's thundering waters, coming from the glaciers of the mighty Himalaya, provide unmatched thrills for rafting and immersing oneself in the landscape.
The Trisuli is Nepal's most popular rafting river, with impressive gorges, exciting rapids, some easier sections, and easy access from both Kathmandu and Pokhara. The Trisuli trip is fun, and is safe for all age groups. Our 2-day trips, which can be an extension of the Everest trek, will overnight at Trisuli River Retreat, our private camp with comfortable safari-tented accommodation set in private grounds. There are fine river views and the site is surrounded by forest. The river is recommended for intermediate kayakers, but most guests prefer cruising down the rushing river in an inflatable rubber raft for the excitement of a lifetime. A rafting trip is bound to be the highlight of your stay in the country.Our 2-day extension offer:
Day 18: Kathmandu to Charaudi, 2 or 3 hours by bus. Your rafting starts after your guide has told you about the trip and the necessary safety features. There are many rapids on this section of the river making it exceptionally good for white water rafting. After about two hours rafting we stop for lunch, then continue, reaching our camp at Kurintar.
Day 19: More rafting, both before and after lunch, eventually reaching Pachkilo where you will be picked up.You can now either return to Kathmandu, or continue to the Royal Chitwan National Park, visiting a typical Tharu village and an elephant breeding station on the way.
Chitwan National Park
The Royal Chitwan National Park covers 932 sq. km. in the flat lowland region of southern Nepal. It is one of the most important sub-tropical parks on the Indian subcontinent with populations of the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, the Gangetic Dolphin (Platanista gangetica), Asian Elephant, Gaur, Golden Monitor Lizard, Gharial Crocodile and many more species. This is the first National Park of Nepal, established in 1973 to preserve a unique eco-system of significance to the whole world.
Day 20: After breakfast we use canoes to search for crocodiles on the riverbanks, and to watch birds, then walk through the jungle to seek out more wildlife. We return to camp for lunch. In the afternoon we take an elephant ride to look for tigers, rhinos, bear, deer and birds. In the evening there will be a display of traditional Tharu dancing.
Day 21: Today we take a jeep safari, visiting a known crocodile breeding place.
Day 22: After breakfast we make a bird watching tour, then transfer to Pokhara where we overnight.
Day 23: An early morning drive to Sarangkot for the spectacular view of Annapurna and Machupuchare (Fishtail Peak), followed by sightseeing in and around Pokhara, visiting the Davit Falls, Mahendra Cave and the Butterfly Cave.
Day 24: Return to Kathmandu by bus or air and transfer to your hotel.
Day 25: Transfer to the International Airport for the flight home.
Please Note: as well as the itineraries outlined above we also offer many alternatives, including mountain biking, rock climbing, ice climbing, and mountain flights.
Rock climbing is another challenging sport of outdoor lovers. Most of the areas of rock climbing are situated toward the north of Kathmandu valley in the vicinity of the nagarjung forest and sivapuri watershed and wildlife reserve. Because one is a national park and the other a protected area, trip to this place can be combined with hiking, bird watching and other activies.Nagarjung is three kilometers from Kathmandu city can be reached via balaju near the New Bus park.shivapuri, can be reached via Budhanilakantha which is 9 kilometers away from Kathmandu.