Sherpa Village Trek
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trip grade
Hard

★★★

9 Days  

Trip Code:  ATT-209

Price starts from:  256 USD-

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Destination
Destination

Nepal

Altitude
Altitude

Activity
Activity

Trekking

Technical Experience
Technical Experience

Accomodation
Accomodation

Hotel/Lodge

Region
Region

Everest

Starts
Starts

Kathmandu

Ends
Ends

Kathmandu

trip map

Mountain Info

Difficulty level

Hard

You need to be in average physical condition, able to walk up to a maximum of 5 hours a day on unpaved trails and track.

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This scenic trek gives you a close encounter with Sherpa life as you travel around the Khumbu region to different Sherpa villages. Along the way you will be treated to spectacular views of all the mountains in the region. You will get to visit different monasteries and travel through lush forests. There are no major peaks or passes on this trek, so it is ideal for people less inclined to battle with the altitude.

Good To Know

Asian Trekking is a Nepali expedition operating company established 36 years ago. According to Paragraph 26 of the Tourism Act (2035), no foreign expedition teams or companies are allowed to provide expedition services in Nepal directly and any foreign company must work through a Nepali company licensed by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Government of Nepal. As such, Nepali companies are the ones that provide all the legal, administrative, logistical, guiding and support services in Nepal, while also being legally responsible for the safe and responsible conduct of the expeditions. Booking through foreign expedition companies naturally makes the cost to the customer higher due to the extra layer of administration and profit margins, without necessarily adding any extra value.

EVEREST TAILOR MADE EXPEDITION

We are the number 1 most
experienced expedition company the World. No other company has as much
experience as us. We have organized more than 3,000 personalised treks and
expedition since 1982, including 286 climbing expeditions on Mt.
Everest.

Price Start From 55,000 US$ And
Includes

  • Each member is assigned with:
    1. One veteran Sherpa Guide with Nepal Mountaineering Association
      certification and has previously summited Mt. Everest at least 5
      times.
    2. Two High Altitude Sherpa with Nepal Mountaineering
      Association certification and has previously summited Mt. Everest at least 2
      times.
    3. The Sherpa will assist the member during climb and summit
      attempt. They will also carry all food and gear to high camps.
    4. Full Mountain Support
  • Unlimited CE
    certified oxygen cylinders with British Top out mask and regulator during
    climbing and summit attempt.
  • Services of Asian Trekking
    Expedition Doctor and medical consultation services at the Base Camp with the
    Himalayan Rescue Association.
  • All food and fuel for Base Camp
    and higher camps during expedition. Services of cook and kitchen boy at Base
    Camp and Camp 2.
  • 3 days guided acclimatization climb on Mt.
    Lobuche East before Everest climb.
  • High altitude tents for each
    member.
  • Weekly supply of fresh vegetables, meat and fruits to
    Base Camp from Kathmandu Common climbing equipment (necessary rope, ice bars,
    ice screws, etc.)
  • Porterage of member’s personal climbing
    equipment Kathmandu-Lukla-Base Camp-Kathmandu.
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
    Internet at base camp.
  • Solar panels, batteries and generator
    with fuels at Base Camp for light and charging mobile phones, digital cameras
    and laptop.
  • Hotel accommodation for 8 nights in 5-star hotel in
    Kathmandu before or after the expedition.
  • Welcome group dinner
    in Kathmandu with chairman/founder of Asian Trekking, Past President of Nepal
    Mountaineering Association and Honorary member of UIAA (International Climbing
    and Mountaineering Federation), Mr. Ang Tshering Sherpa and CEO of Asian
    Trekking Dawa Steven Sherpa.
  • Restop toilet bags for all members
    and Sherpas to bring human waste off the mountain.
  • Airport-hotel-airport transfers.

If Needed/On
Request

  • Spacious high wall personal tent at Base
    Camp with wooden platform and carpets. Each tent is equipped with personal
    solar powered lights, mattress, pillow, working table with chair, folding
    cabinet, satellite television and personal heater.
  • International
    Federation of Mountain Guide Associations (IFMGA/ UIAGM) accredited guide to
    lead the team.
  • Helicopter flight Kathmandu/Lukla/Namche/
    EBC/Kathmandu.
  • Private kitchen with professional and trained
    5-star hotel cook to cater to the client’s taste.
  • Photography
    and video filming service during the expedition.
  • Satellite
    Internet at Camp 2
  • Personal base camp dining tent, equipped with
    wooden platform, padded insulation floor and carpet and one LED television set
    with DTH connection.
  • Clean and spacious Private toilet and
    shower tent and much more…

Good To
Know

Asian Trekking is a Nepali expedition operating company
established 36 years ago. According to Paragraph 26 of the Tourism Act
(2035), no foreign expedition teams or companies are allowed to
provide expedition services in Nepal directly and any foreign company must
work through a Nepali company
 licensed by the Ministry of
Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Government of Nepal. As such, Nepali
companies are the ones that provide all the legal, administrative, logistical,
guiding and support services in Nepal, while also being legally responsible
for the safe and responsible conduct of the expeditions. Booking
through foreign expedition companies naturally makes the cost to the customer
higher due to the extra layer of administration and profit margins, without
necessarily adding any extra value.

 

Detailed itinerary

1

Day 1
Schedule flight to Lukla

Schedule flight to Lukla (2840m). Trek to Phakding (2610m). Enjoy a scenic flight with stunning views as you fly alongside the Himalayas from Kathmandu to Lukla. Upon arrival in Lukla, it is a half day’s trek along the Dudh Kosi Valley to Phakding where you will rest for the night.

2

Day 2
Namche Bazar

Namche Bazar (3440m). Continuing along the Dudh Kosi (river), you will enter Sagarmatha National Park (showing or buying your entrance ticket and registering your TIMS card). After continuing along the river, you will start to ascend towards Namche Bazar. This is the first altitude jump so it is important to take it easy on the way up.

3

Day 3
Khumjung

Khumjung (3780m) for acclimatization. It is a short journey to Khumjung (about 2 hours) and the rest of the day is set aside for acclimatization. After a steep climb up steps to the Syangboche airstrip. The route continues upwards before a short, steep descent to Khumjung where you can relax or visit the monastery for the remains of the day.

4

Day 4
Tengboche

Tengboche (3860m). Another relatively short day from Khumjung to Tengboche. The route hikes down, crossing the Dudh Kosi and Bhote Kosi before climbing up a rocky trail. Finally ascending through the forest where you might see any number of birds and animals including musk deer and goat antelope. Tengboche is home to the most important monastery for the Sherpa people. You can go inside the monastery, meet the monks and enjoy panoramic views of the region including Everest and Khumjung village.

5

Day 5
Pangboche

Pangboche (3930m). A short day from Tengboche takes you through lush rhododendron forests. Throughout the day you will catch glimpses of the stunning peak of Ama Dablam, arriving in Pangboche around lunch time.

6

Day 6
Phortse

Phortse (3810m). You head up to Upper Pangboche, a beautiful village with a monastery. The trail to Phortse is etched out of the side of the hill and undulates up and down, sometimes quite steeply on stone steps. Along the way, you will enjoy stunning views of Ama Dablam and the surrounding mountains with Mt. Everest to the north. The small village of Phortse lies below a small chorten.

7

Day 7
Namche Bazar

Namche Bazar (3440m). Setting off from Phortse, it is a steep descent through the rhododendron forest to the Dudh Kosi river. The route between Sansa and then on to Kyangjuma is mainly level – but be sure to look behind you as you go to see the last views of the stunning mountains that have framed your trek for the last week. You continue back down to Namche Bazar where you can rest for the night and check your email!

8

Day 8
Lukla

Lukla. Another long day descending back down to Lukla following the Dudh Kosi river through the valley. The route goes down and up finishing at the end with a climb through the forest, past villages and finally reaching Lukla, where you can put your feet up!

9

Day 9
Return to Kathmandu

Return to Kathmandu. Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

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