Solukhumbu Everest Region 9 days9 days






9 days


2 800$

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  • 2th - 12th march
  • 20th - 29th april

The realm of snowy peaks and amazing people


The founder and President of the Russian Himalayan club. Guru on domestic ecotourism, polyglot, an expert in the Himalayan countries and Africa. Full-fledged member of the Russian Geographical Society (Moscow branch), researcher of restricted territories and co-author of the documentary “Boris Lisanevich — the best friend of kings”, official representative of the Ministry of Tourism of Nepal in Russia, traveler and founder of charity projects in Nepal and Africa.

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  • Day 1. Kathmandu

    Arrival to Tribhuvan International Airport, named after the former king of Nepal. Shortly before landing, the velvety green hilly valley of the Kathmandu valley opens to the gaze, framed from the north by glittering glaciers of the Himalayan ranges.

    The first thing you will hear in Nepal is the traditional Namaste greeting, literally meaning “I greet God in your person.”

    Nepalese entry visa is issued at Kathmandu Airport ($ 25 and 2 photos 3 × 4).

    The very same day of arrival we’ll get you to visit a Buddhist stupa, which is located in the Tibetan quarter of Boda and is a religious centre for the entire Tibetan population of Kathmandu. This Bodnat is the largest stupa in Nepal and one of the mightiest in the world. Like any stupa, its base in the form of a mandala symbolizes the earth, a hemispherical vault — water, a spire of 13 steps (according to the number of steps to nirvana) — fire, an umbrella — air, and crowning belvedere — the sky.

    Accommodation at the Samsara Resort Hotel.

  • Day 2. Kathmandu - Lukla (2827 m) - Packding (2652 m) track 2-3 hours

    Early transfer for the airport for the flight to Lukla. Flight time is about 45 minutes. The group will be welcomed by a mountain guide and a team of Sherpas. Upon a brief sightseeing of Lukla, trekking program starts on the route from Lukla (2827 m) toPackding (2652 m, about 2 hours on the way).

  • Day 3. Trek to Namche Bazar (3440 m, 5-6 hours)

    Namche Bazar is the capital of the Sherpas and the center base of all expeditions to Everest. Upon arrival we proposed walking along the village and Buddhist temples, visiting the site offering a magnificent view of the gorge of the Dud-Coshi River (“milk river”), as well as the KongdeRi massif (6800 m).

  • Day 4. Namche Bazar - Kumjung (3640 m) - Everest View Hotel (3780 m)

    Track (4 hours) to Everest View Notel . Visiting the monastery of the village of Kumjung, cherishing the skull of the Yeti (Bigfoot).

    Everest View Hotel is the world’s highest luxury accommodation designed in Japanese style. The windows of all 12 rooms offer a magnificent view of the legendary summit and the main massif of the great Himalayan range.

  • Day 5. Everest View Hotel - Syangboche - Mende (3820 m)

    4 hours the track through rhododendron groves and alpine meadows along the gorge, cut by the Dud-Coshi River and framed by dazzling glaciers of the highest Himalayas.

  • Day 6. Mende - Laude Gompa (3980 m) – Mende

    Short ascent to a remote Buddhist monastery Laude Gompa. Acquaintance with the residents and meditation practices.

  • Day 7. Mende - Monjo (2800 m) track 4-5 hours

    Smooth descent to the village of Monjo. The trail goes along the narrow valley of the Dud-Coshi river, passing the village of Jorsale, located near the gate marking the entrance to the National Park Sagarmatha (Everest).

  • Day 8. Monjo - Lukla track 4-5 hours

    The road leads through a narrow strip of forest, then descends to the river. From the village of Pakding, the path continues through the valley of the river Dud-Coshi. The road passes through a relict forest of tall spruce trees, rhododendrons (one of the symbols of Nepal) and blooming magnolias from spring to autumn. Musk deer and other animals can be seen on the cliffs above the river.
    Descent to the village of Lukla. Farewell night in Eastern Nepal — the fabulous realm of mighty snowy peaks and amazing people.

  • Day 9. Lukla– Kathmandu

    Flight to Kathmandu.

    In the afternoon we explore the ancient city of Bhaktapur. It is also known as Badgaon, or «holy city.» It is the third largest city in the Kathmandu valley, the cluster of unique historical and aesthetic value monuments of ancient architecture.
    It is difficult to list all the masterpieces of art awaiting you in Bhaktapur. The Lion Gate and the Palace of the 17th century with its 55 windows, the Bell of the Barking Dogs, made in 1737, erotic scenes on the bas-reliefs of the temples, are just some of them.

    Leisure time can be used to purchase products of traditional handicrafts, which the Nepalese capital abounds in.

    Accommodation at the Samsara Resort Hotel

Cost 2 800$

  • Flight Kathmandu — Lukla — Kathmandu;
  • Accommodation at the Samsara Resort Hotel in Kathmandu; Everest View Hotel and guesthouses in the trek;
  • Full board in the trek (breakfast in Kathmandu);
  • All transfers and internal transfers;
  • Permission to enter Everest National Park;
  • Services of an experienced guide and porters;
  • Sightseeing programs;
  • Other permits on the route.
  • External flight;
  • Nepal entry visa ($ 25) — at the airport upon arrival.
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