Everest Base Camp and Cho-la Pass trekking is one of the popular trails in Nepal among hikers from all world.
My name is Arun Karki and I am from Kathmandu, Nepal. I was educated as engineer, but my interest and passion for travelling took me in this field and I have been working as a trekking guide since 2006.
I have done several treks with both large and small groups and private group treks as well. Comparatively, I have done less trekking than other trekking guides but I believe my experience is enough for your satisfaction.
I love travelling and thus, guiding is not just work but it's my hobby. I love sharing cultural, traditional and social information along the way if that's something you're interested in.
I'm fluent in English, co-operative and helpful. Nepal is very wide in culture, tradition and natural splendor, but i can decrease its width of your curiosity!
- Explore Sherpa museum and Saturday market in Namche Bazzar
- Panoramic view from National park head quarter and from the Everest view hotel
- Experience Sherpa culture and glance of Yeti head in Khumjung village-visit
- Tengboche monastery.
Adventure trekking in high Himalaya of Nepal, Everest Base Camp and Cho-la Pass trekking is one of the popular trails in Nepal among hikers from all world.
Experience of Everest Base camp as the starting point of Highest Peak in the world, Gokyo valley as most noticed beautiful attraction in Everest region with adventurous close up encounter with Himalaya range from Cho-la pass made EBC Cho-la pass trekking remarkable one.
If you have strong willingness and ready to experience two well-known view of point of Mt. Everest Kalapathar (5550 mtr) and Gokyo Ri (5357 mtr) as well as thrilling mountain pass is awaited for you, i welcome you to experience the real thrill at Holiday in Nepalese Himalaya.
Primarily, including legendary Mt. Everest; 4 highest peaks in the world are located in Khumbu region and EBC Cho-la pass trekking allows you to admire all the silver snow caped mountain through your open eyes. Mt. Everest 8848 mtr, Lhotse 8516 mtr, Makalu 8485 mtr, Cho-oyu 8201 mtr, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbutse are the highlighted mountain peaks which carries various views, valleys and glaciers along the greater Himalaya range of Khumbu region.
High Himalaya mountains, valleys, lakes, glaciers, rivers, terraces, cliffs as physical sights and local Sherpa people, their culture, custom, Buddhist religion and existing historical man-made monuments on cultural sights has intelligent alignment to explore as a tourist.
On the other hand, located inside the protected Sagarmatha (Nepali name of Mt. Everest) National Park has contributed to save flora and fauna as it gives less affected by human activities and made eco-friendly touristic destination. Here can be found high temperature plants to high alpine herbs bushes and all the way to no vegetation. There are Yaks, Jokyos, Mules and Horses as domestic animals which basically used for transportation.
On the other hand, saved endangered wild animals likewise; musk deer, Himalayan black bear, wild-mountain-goat, snow-leopard, blue-sheep, rhesus monkey, common languor and natural habitat of birds like mountain hawk, pheasant, Lophophorus etc. provides diversely rich nature experience.
EBC Cho-la pass trekking package starts with Kathmandu valley world heritage sites tour then flight to Lukla directly and following the valley along with Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche and Everest Base camp. It also includes Kalapathar 5550 mtr ASL (one of the best view point for Mt. Everest), Zongla, Cho-la Pass 5420 mtr ASL and Gokyo valley with Ngozomba glacier, 5 Gokyo lakes and Gokyo Ri etc.
This Trekking package can be attach with classical Jiri to EBC trek as well as Renjo la pass.According to your time frame and interest I am always ready to merge or fraction on itinerary and price.
- ACAP Permit
- Access Flights (Both-Ways)
- Airport Shuttle
- Guide's Salary
- Guide's Transport
- MCAP Permit
- MRAP Permit
- Porter's Insurance
- Private Jeep
- TIMS Card
- Access Flights (One-Way)
- Four Porters
- Guide’s Accommodation
- Guide’s Insurance
- Guide’s Meals
- International Flights
- One Porter
- Permit Fees
- Porter Insurance
- Private Taxi
- Public Bus
- Public Jeep
- Three Porters
- Travel Insurance
- Two Porters
- Visa Fee
|1 person||$1446 USD|
|2 people||$1440 USD|
|3 people||$1420 USD|
|4 people||$1400 USD|
|5 people||$1350 USD|
|6 people||$1345 USD|
|7 people||$1340 USD|
|8 people||$1330 USD|
|9 people||$1330 USD|
|10 people||$1325 USD|
|11 people||$1300 USD|
|Day 1||kathmandu||Rest Day||1450m|
|Day 2||Kathmandu Sight seeing||Orientation Day||1450m|
|Day 3||Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Phakding||2 hours||2700m|
|Day 4||Trek to Namche Bazaar||5 hours||3440m|
|Day 5||Acclimatization day at Namche||Rest Day||3440m|
|Day 6||Trek to Tengboche||4 hours||3790m|
|Day 7||Trek to Dingboche||4 hours||4350m|
|Day 8||Day trip to Chhukung valley and back to Dingboche.||Rest Day||4350m|
|Day 9||Trek to Lobuche||5 hours||4950m|
|Day 10||Trek to Gorakshep (5160m) and Hiking to Everest base camp (5555m.), back to Gorakshep.||6 hours||5555m|
|Day 11||Early morning climb up to Kalapather for sunrise then trek to Dzonglha||6 hours||4830m|
|Day 12||Cross the Chola pass||6 hours||5420m|
|Day 13||Gokyo||4 hours||4800m|
|Day 14||Gokyo Ri then trek down to Dole||5 hours||4200m|
|Day 15||Namche bazaar.||6 hours||3440m|
|Day 16||Lukla||6 hours||2840m|
|Day 17||Kathmandu||1 hour||1450m|
|Day 18||Kathmandu||Rest Day||1450m|
|Day 19||Kathmandu||Departure Day||1450m|
I am interesting for the trekking but is not very clean your offer the price and what include.
Can you tell me what incluide and wich is the final price?
I have sent you mail in the. Address I have got on Gmail. Though I.have not got any responses yet…I was wondering if you got that..
I am just back from Annapurna trekking..
The price is as I have listed but the price corrected by tp is not. Suitable for my offer…including those all stuff and this price do not match..
We can talk in detail in arun0karki@Gmail.com
If it’s not late…
I was up in Himalaya for trekking so sorry for this heavy late reply…