15 Days to the Roof of the World!
Ask anyone what they want to see when they are in Nepal, and they will usually say “Mt. Everest”. Any why not? The world’s tallest mountain is a giant to look upon, standing 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) as its glaciers and snowcapped peak poke upward into the beautiful blue Himalayan skies.
The Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek is 15 exciting days. It includes acclimatization days to adjust for the high altitude and thin Himalayan Air. But these days will really expose you to the unique culture of the Khumbu region as you meet the amazing Sherpa people who live on the roof of the world.
The journey will take you through beautiful rhododendron forests, past terraced farms and along clear, fast flowing mountain streams.
Trekking Crew Nepal has a long history of trekking in the Everest region, and uses their personal connections to provide for you the best possible service possible at the best possible price.
Admit it, you’ve always wanted to see Mt. Everest. So why not come this year to Nepal and fulfill your dream through Trekking Crew Nepal?
I spent very memorable days in the Everest region in Nepal. I used to dream to see this highest peak of the world and now I arrested it in my camera. My guide arranged everything and helped me a lot. He did not let me feel tired and boring. I have read about the Manaslu region and willing to go there with this company again. I like to make a strong recommendation.
Mansingh, or more enthusiastically called “Mr. Man”, could possibly be the kindest Nepalese guide you’ll meet. He speaks a few languages, one of which is a strong English. He sets clear expectations for each day and allows for the meandering adjustment. There’s no rushing to enjoy the scenic views of the Himalayas. On my Everest Base Camp trek, he (and a few other guides) guided 17 total trekkers from all over the world to Everest Base Camp. It’s a tough trek but we had 17 of 17 make it to Base Camp and the ages of the group ranged from a 15 to 62 years old. With the larger group, he wanted a head, tail, and a floating heart in the middle of the pack. It’s the way to ensure a larger group of trekkers are all accounted for. So, whether you need a small or large guide, I’m vouching for him. I’ve traveled many places on earth and it’s an honor to have been lucky enough to have a guide that made the trip feel like you were trekking with old friends. Mr. Man is a fair and hospitable man of his word. I’m proud to have made a friend hope some day do another Himalayan trek in the near future.
Everest base camp trek flight delays case of weather forecast.