Being focused on increasingly popular high altitude adventure trips, its risks and safety measures; this site is set up to provide information about trekking to high Himalayan terrains of Nepal. I offer my service as a trekking guide and trip organizer to the Mt. Everest base camp and adjacent valleys. Any interested individual or party may look into the itineraries in this site.
A guide to the Himalayan terrain is very important because of its remoteness, difficult terrains, unexpected weather patterns and high altitude related matters. It is possible to make your trip smooth, interesting, meaningful and successful with the help of a professional guide.

Basic Information before you go to Nepal

Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek - 16 Days

From Lukla to Mt. Everest Base Camp; this trek fully stays on the conventional route used by Tenzing Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary. The route passes by UNESCO approved World Heritage Site Tengboche Monastery (Dawa Choling) where Hillary and Tenzing performed prayers before heading to the Base camp. After the tree line of Pangboche we will gain height, rapidly all the way to the Mt. Everest Base Camp at the elevation of 5364 meter above sea level. There is no facility lodges at the base camp. The last facility available is in Gorakshep. From Korakshep trekkers hike up to the top of Kalapatar 5623 meter above sea level for the Sunset view on Mt. Everest. Gorakshep-Base camp-Gorakshep hike requires a full day.

Itenarary No.2. Great Himalayan Three Passes & Mt. Everest Base campTrek - 24 Days

High altitude adventure trips like "Great Himalayan Three Passes Trek" in Khumbu region is getting more popular year by year. This is one of the most strenuous trekking routes in Khumbu region, Nepal Himalaya. This trek takes you through 3 high passes (Renjo 5360 meter, Tso La 5420 meter and Khingma La 5580 meter), two glaciers (Ngazumba Glacier and Khumbu Glacier), some high altitude lakes (at Renjo pass, 3rd, 4th and 5th lake of Gokyo valley, after Khongma La), higher peaks (Gokyo Ri 5360 meter and Kalapattar 5623 meter) and Mt. Everest base camp 5364 meter.

Click here to read day to day journal of my Great Himalayan 3 Passes Trek in October2016