Everest High Pass Trek

Everest High Pass Trekking
Everest High Pass Trekking
  • Trip Code: DWTTK15
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Total Duration: 17 Days
  • Difficulty Level: Challenging
  • Max. Altitude: 5,535m Knogma la pass
  • Nature of Trek: Tea House Trekking
  • Accommodation: Tea house during the trek
  • Meals: All meals during the trek
  • Transportation: Domestic flight and private vehicle (Transportation)
  • Group Size: 2-12
  • Best Season: Feb, Mar, Apri, May, June, Sep, Oct, Nov & Dec,
  • Trip Starts: Kathmandu
  • Trip Ends: Kathmandu
  • Trip Category: Everest Region Trekking
  • Activity Per Day: Approximately 4-6 hrs walking
17 Days incl. Flights / Bus ...
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US$ 1860
US$ 1350

About Trip

Everest High Passes Trek comprises three of the passes of Everest region: Kongma La (5,535/18,159 ft), Cho La (5420m/17,782ft) and Renjo La (5,340m/17,520ft) which are also the challenging highlights of this trek. Therefore, Everest High Passes Trek is also popularly known as the ‘Everest Circuit Trek’. Everest High Passes Trek is great way to feel the unique taste of nature and culture of Himalaya Region. Remote and beautiful landscapes, breathtaking humongous mountains, narrow ridges and magnificent villages make the trip a memorable experience for lifetime. Choosing you go for this trek, you get an opportunity to explore your dream destination: Everest Base Camp 5,380 m (17,600 ft) , Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192ft), Gokyo Lakes, Gokyo Ri besides the three passes of Khumbu (Everest). A complete Everest circuit trek, rising from Lukla to Dingboche, then Chhukung, crossing the Kongma La (5,535m) to Lobuche, climbing to Everest base camp, Kala Patthar(5,545m), and Gokyo Ri (5350m) crossing the Cho La pass (5420m) to Gokyo, then straining over Renjo La (5,446m) to Thame and Namche Bazaar. The most rewarding ultimate adventurous epic journey is for intrepid trekkers for life changing experience.

Trip Highlights
  • A scenic flight to Lukla
  • Spellbinding view of mountains from the three high passes (Kongma La, Cho La & Renjo La)
  • Famous Sherpa town in the Everest region; Namche Bazaar
  • Highest airport and hotel in Syangboche
  • Stunning Gokyo Ri and Gokyo Lake
  • Ancient monastery in Tengboche
  • Explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Prayer wheels, colourful flags, Mani stones, high suspension bridges
  • The wide range of Flora and Fauna
  • Wildlife like musk deer, colourful pheasants, snow leopard and Himalayan Thar
  • Highest glacier on Earth- Khumbu Glacier (4900 m)
  • Amazing panoramic view from Kala Patthar (5,555m)

Benefits

  • Pick up & drop off from airport to hotel and vice versa in private Vehicle
  • Provide pulse oximeter for the blood oxygen saturation level monitor to high altitude. It is an important
  • indicator to recognize early signs of impending altitude sickness and other potential health risks.
  • Medical Kit.
  • The arrangement of sleeping bags and down jackets if you do not have your own.
  • Duffle bag for porters

                        Everest High Pass Trek Overview

 The Everest High Pass Trek has daydreams around it, the majestic peaks like Everest (8,848m) Lhotse (8,516m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), Makalu (8,516m) and many more to make feel how tiny are we in front of nature. Everest high pass trek offers you a chance to explore the famous Sherpa town; Namche Bazaar and visit the ancient Buddhist monasteries, Three pass trek is perfect wilderness, high pass point, cracking sound of ice and glaciers, the sound of cold wind. The Everest Three pass trek high altitude adventure route lies in Sagarmatha National Park. This National park is a habitat of local people as well, for protection of nature and its beauty credit goes to locals.

Sagarmatha National Park, an area of 1148 sq.km. The National Park has 118 species of birds, home of rare mammals like musk deer, snow leopard, red panda, and Himalayan black bear. The vegetation of this region is a dwarf-sized and plant stop growing at the level of 5750m. March-May and October-November are the best seasons to do the trek. But many trekkers still choose June- early September because of their vacation and December- February gets very cold, one can see clear skies. In this trekking route- you can view mountains and local culture.

The 17 days Everest High Pass trek begins with after a breathtaking 45 minutes flight from Kathmandu, we will reach the starting hub of Everest base Camp- Lukla(2840m) (Gateway to Everest base camp). Gearing up to walk towards Phakding (2,610 m) through the Sherpa village and farmland will be our first move there. Next day will start with a long suspension bridge over fast flowing white rivers to Namche Bazar(3440 m) . We will visit the Khumjung Monastery and see the sculpture of Yeti and also to Sagarmatha National Park for endangered wildlife species. We continue to Tengboche then to Dingboche and through Kongma La pass(5,535m/18,159 ft)-(Kongma La Pass gives us a stunning view of peaks like Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku and Mt. Kangtega) ,  following to Lobuche where the trails will have prayer flags hung on them. Soon after, we will be trekking up the rocky trails leading us to the twinkling Khumbu Glacier. Crossing Gorak Shep, we will be at the Everest Base Camp (5,365m) enjoying the achievement. Heading back to Gorak Shep, we will trek to Kala Patthar (5,550m) to get an astonishing view of Mt. Everest and other peaks. Furthermore, we will cross the Cho La Pass (5,386m) then entering the Gokyo Valley and to the Gokyo Lake and the Gokyo Ri (5,330m) to get an amazing view of the Everest region. The offbeat trails of the Renjo La Pass gives a lifetime memory of the panoramic views of the Himalayan range. After this memorable journey, we will head back trekking to Lukla, eventually flying back to Kathmandu.

Discovery World Trekking will let you achieve this adventure of crossing the three high passes of Nepal safely and with much excitement. Exploring the lifestyle of the local Sherpa people and enjoying the view of the Everest region is as thrilling as it sounds! Trekkers may wish to view other Everest Region treks we offer.
10 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking
12 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking
14 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking
15 Days Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes Trekking
7 Days Everest Panorama Trekking

Note: Discovery world Trekking would like to recommend all our valuable clients that they should arrive Kathmandu a day earlier at afternoon before the day we departed and start our  Everest High Pass Trek next day, To make sure that you’ll attend our Official Briefing as an important Pre-meeting. The Reason we do so is we want to make sure that you get proper mental guidance and necessary information just to have a recheck of equipment and goods for the journey to make sure you haven't forgotten anything and if forgotten, then make sure that you are provided with those things ASAP on that very day. This pre-meeting will give a Clear idea about the necessary types of equipment and the challenges you may face in the trek, information about the climates and weather condition and emotional support by the officials which will be a kind of motivational seminar for you to be prepared and excited about the trek. Similarly, it is best to have at least 1 or 2 days extra cause the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla or from Lukla to Kathmandu might be cancelled or delayed due to bad weather and that might make you miss your international flight back to home.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1 : Flight to Lukla (2,850m/9,350 ft) 40 minutes, Trek to Phakding ( 2650 m/ 8562 ft ) - Walking Distance (6.2km/3.85 miles) - 3 hours

Our journey towards Everest High pass after landing at Lukla heading to Phakding is going to very exciting as it'll be our 1st day of the trek. After an early morning breakfast, we will head to the domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport for our flight to Lukla. The flight is very scenic as we can see an amazing view of Langtang and the Annapurna Himalayan range. Upon arrival to the Tenzing Hillary Airport at Lukla, we will meet up with our other crew members and begin our trek through the flourishing village of Lukla. We will trek 200m downhill to Thado Koshi River and cross a suspension bridge where the view of Mt. Kusum Kangru looks impressive. Soon after, we will cross a small Buddhist village; Ghat, leading us to Phakding. The trek today will be short and enjoyable as we’ll be acclimatizing to the weather. With spare time on our hands, we may visit the local monasteries (Rimishung Monastery in phakding) around and prepare ourselves for the long trek the next day. Doing all these things our 1st day of the Everest High Pass trek will be successful.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 2 : Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285 ft)- Walking Distance (7.4km/4.6 miles) - 6 hours

We'll continue along the northern bank of the Dudh Koshi River with the majestic view around.Today will be a long day trek to Namche Bazaar. Beginning our trek early in the morning, we will head to the northern bank of Dudh Koshi River crossing many suspension bridges like the Hillary Suspension bridge. The trek further leads us to a small Sherpa village, known as Monjo. Trekking through forested trails and rocking paths we will reach the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park Check Post, where our permits will be registered. Yet another fun trek within forests, we will get the first view of Mt. Everest (8,848m). After a long trek, we will reach Namche Bazaar; the gateway to Everest and a famous Sherpa town. In this way, our 2nd day towards Everest High Pass will be Successful.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 3 : Rest day to acclimatize at Namche Bazaar

Today will be acclimatization day for us. Trekkers are recommended to explore Namche Bazaar, this town is comprising of numerous cafes and restaurants with Wi-Fi, souvenir and gear shops etc (urban area of the mountainous region ). Additionally, we also have an optional hike to visit the Sagarmatha National Park visitor centre and a remarkable hike to Khumjung, to add some spices during the acclimatization we'll have to visit Hillary school and old monasteries on our way to Khumjung and hike up towards khunde. There is also a Sherpa settlement which is an hour away from Namche Bazaar to have a look at Shera's Culture, Lifestyle and traditions which carries decades of history. To have a buttery scope of the milk, We'll also see syangboche airport and hike up to Everest View Hotel to have a spectacular breathtaking view of Mt. Everest over there. At the end of the day, we head back to Namche Bazaar by visiting yak farms over there. After a relaxing acclimatization, we’ll brace ourselves for the trek next day towards Everest High Pass.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 4 : Namche Bazaar to Thame (3750m /12,303ft) walking distance (6.8km/4.2 miles)- 6 hrs

Trekking to Thame will more of a fun and in nature trek, We’ll hike along the Bhote Koshi with a pretty forest of pines and rhododendrons, past ancient mud plastered Stupa at Phurte, and follow the path to Tesho. Turn round into Thamo and Thamo Gompa, at the end of the spur, the trail drops steeply to the Khumbu hydroelectric project plant and then turn to the Thame for night stay. Thame is at the end of Khumbu Valley and iconic value of Thame is its terrain the people which are untouched by the effects of modern civilization. It is the home to many famous Sherpa mountaineers, including Apa Sherpa, who holds the world record for summiting Everest 21 times. It was also a childhood home of Tenzing Norgay, who was (with Sir Edmund Hillary) one of the first men to climb Mt Everest.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 5 : Thame to Lungden (4500m/14,764ft) walking distance(8.2km/5miles) 6 hrs

This day you walk around the villages. You can enjoy the views of the landscape, vegetation and mountains.It is one of those magical, sparkling mornings when the light painted every rock, lichen, yak and peak in surreally vivid relief. A flock of birds burst upward from an adjoining field like a scatter of buckshot against the blue-violet of the morning sky.
Hiking up to Tarngga, a gentle leisurely walk from Thame takes us to cross Marulung (4200m) on the east bank of Bhote Koshi. During the descent walk to Lungden in a narrow valley clogged with giant boulders offers to observe varieties of plants and animals with unique Sherpa culture.You can visit Nakpa Valley which falls on the old trade route of Tibet. Another attraction is to hike to Darkyachhulung peak. You can also visit Marlung the sacred site of Warfield. Yet another hike can be done to Lake Cho Relmo

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 6 : Lungden to Gokyo Lake (4750m) via Renjola Pass (5446m/17867ft)) walking distance (9 km/5.6miles) 8 hrs

Today on the way we can observe local activities like yak herding for sure. The views of the mountains and the chance to experience wildlife add excitement to your trekking. From Renjo La where a sparkling vista awaits. Many peaks like Everest, Lhotse Taboche will be shining due to the sun rays upon them. Just as the Gokyo Ri, Renjo La gives us the beautiful views of the Everest region as well with the third Gokyo lake and the village. Crossing an iron bridge over a stream the trail levels out as it follows the valley past the first lake, known as Longpongo at 4690m, where we get chance to observe the Llama footprints on a stone. The second lake, Taboche Tsho mesmerizes us by the shimmering turquoise blue sheet of water sparkling in the sun. Little we reach the third lake, called Dudh Pokhari, linked by a surging stream to the previous one. Gokyo village stands by the third lake and Cho-Oyu Mountain. Above the lake provides panoramic views of Cho Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Lhotse, Makalu, Cholats, and Tawache.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 7 : Rest day to Acclimatize at Chhukung

An acclimatization in this journey allows us to climb the Gokyo Ri and to enjoy the mesmerizing view of the Everest region. It is also popular for observing the Thonak Tsho Lake and the Ngozuma Tsho Lake. About 3 kilometers north of Gokyo, there are other lakes with its high cliffs and peaks growing above it. As we continue our hike, we will come across the fifth lake and the most amazing part of the trek is the mesmerizing and shimmering turquoise color of the lake. Also, we may climb a hill at the edge of the lakes to get more fantastic views of the peaks Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu etc. from the Scoundrels’ viewpoint. Further the fifth lake is the Cho Oyu Base Camp. The scenery with many peaks flashing in our eyes is definitely worth a while. In the northern part of the fifth lake, an astonishing view of the Cho Oyu base camp and the Ngozumpa Glacier; the biggest glacier of the world can be seen. We will be heading back to Gokyo.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 8 : Gokyo to Thangnak (4,700m/15,400ft) walking distance (3.7km/2.3miles) 5 hrs.

We will walk pass the Ngozumpa Glacier as our trail becomes rocky with many uphills and downhills. Our journey to Thangnak gets exciting as ever as we will reach the yak grazing lands. We will be walking down the valley on the eastern glacial moraine, the scenery is unquestionably stunning. Eventually, we arrive at the collection of lodges known as Thangnak in a serene setting that is optimally placed for a crossing of the Cho-La high pass.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 9 : Thangnak to Dzongla (4,855m/15,930 ft) via Cho La Pass (5420m/17,783ft) 6-7 hrs

One of the more challenging trek is today as we will be trekking on rocky trails and the glacial moraines to the top of the pass. After a couple of hours of trek, we will reach the top of Cho L Pass which will reward us with the superb views of Cho La Lake and Mt. Cholatse. As we head downhill, the trail is slippery due to icy trails and glaciers. The trek is very pleasant and we will see that many prayer flags have been hung on the path. Finally, we will reach a small but beautiful collection of lodges; Dzongla.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 10 : Dzongla to Lobuche (4,910m/16,175ft) 4 hrs.

The trail leads us to a short uphill near a ridge of a top shrine following the wide valley. We will then be crossing a glacial moraine and a small collection of lodges. The trek becomes higher and we start seeing a better view of the peaks as the elevation slowly increases. On the way, there are memorial statues of the climbers who passed away in this region and it is absolutely awe gazing. The hike to Lobuche is very enjoyable. We will be following the trails of Imja Khola Valley finally reaching Lobuche. Upon arrival, we will see that Lobuche has a large settlement with many hotels and shops.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 11 : Lobuche to Everest Base Camp and back (5,364m/17,598ft)to gorak shep (5,185m/ 17,010 ft)-Walking Distance (15 km/9.32 miles) -6-8 hours

Excitement will definitely be built in us, as we will begin our early morning trek heading to the Everest Base Camp! We will be trekking through the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier for about 2 and half hours. After arriving at Gorak Shep, we will see the beautiful snow-capped mountains looming all around us. Further continuing our exciting journey to the base camp, we will see the Indian Army Mountaineers Memorials. After much effort of trekking we will finally reach the Everest Base Camp. Knowing that his is the closest we will ever be to the highest mountain in the world, we will have a rush of pride in our body appreciating our efforts and dedication to reach here. We will spend some time here as we’ll click pictures and enjoy the view. We will also see visit the deepest glacier in the world; Khumbu Glacier. With much satisfaction, we will head back to Gorak Shep for the evening

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 12 : Hike to Kala Patthar(5,555m/18,208ft)-walking distance (1.2km, 0.7 miles) viewpoint, trek to Lobuche (4,910m/16,175ft (4,250m/13,945ft) -Walking Distance (9.6km/6 miles) - 5 hours

Today is definitely the climax of the trip. We will be hiking to Kala Patthar at dawn very early morning to view the sunrise on Mt. Everest and other peaks. Kala Patthar is a famous viewpoint, gives us a splendid panoramic view of Mt. Everest and other peaks. There will be prayer flags hung along the way as we climb the rocky trails. we'll trek to Gorak Shep for breakfast and rest for a bit and before a pre- dawn climb to the famous Kala Patthar viewpoint at 5550 m(18,208 ft). From Kala Patthar we can witness a marvelous sunrise on Mt. Everest and the surrounding peaks. After savouring the panorama, we trek return to Gorakshep for breakfast and to pick up our gear. We then descend back down the beautiful valley to Chhukung. In this way, our 12th day of island peak climbing will be successful.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 13 : Lobuche to Chhukung (4730m/15580 ft) via Kongma La (5535m/18159ft) 7-8 hrs

An easy ascending from Lobuche, with wide basin, dotted with small frozen lakes. The trail drops to Kongma la Pass. A crane mummy-wrapped in prayer flags marks the pass. It’s a grinding descending to the east side of Niyang Khola valley. Chukhung village, 4,730 metres (15,518 ft), is on a left fork of the Imja Khola.Administratively it is in the Solukhumbu District of the Sagarmatha Zone. This area was traditionally used as a yak pasture with no permanent habitation. As Imja Tse has gained popularity as a trekking peak and the Chukhung Valley is a good acclimatization side trip for Everest Base Camp trekkers There are great views across the valley to Island peak and jagged ridge of amphu lapcha (5845m). It is all the way night at Chukung. We will meet climbers preparing for Island Peak climbing.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 14 : Chhukung to Tengboche (3,855m/12,850ft) Walking Distance (12.9km/8.01miles) 5 hrs

We descend the valley of the Imja Khola, trek through the village of Dingboche with its stone-walled potatoes fields, down alpine pastures through the chakras of Tsura, Orsho, and Shomare to the village of Pangboche, the highest year-round settlement in the valley. From the viewpoint at the top of the hill, there are awe-inspiring views of distinctive peaks like Amadablam (6856m), standing proud of the massif containing Everest (8848 m), Nuptse (7861m), Lhotse (8501m) and inspiring views of Himalayan giants. We visit the Buddhist Monastery at Tengboche, the largest in the Khumbu region.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 15 : Tengboche to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285 ft) walking Distance (5.9km/3.6miles) 4-5 hrs.

The trail to Namche Bazaar takes us through forests where we may eye a wild life like pheasants, musk deer, mountain goats or even snow leopard. We will be climbing on the steep slope and winding through several bands. We will pass prayer flags hung along the way and chortens. As we are heading back, we can click pictures and enjoy the view of tip of Everest and back side of Lhotse. After finally arriving to Namche Bazaar, we will head to our lodges and rest. In this way, our 11th day of Everst High pass trek will be successful.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 16 : Namche Bazaar to Lukla 2,850m/9,350 ft- walking distance (13.5km/8.3 miles)- 6-7 hrs.

Our final day of trekking in this journey will be back to Lukla. We will make a return down the Dudh Kosi valley. From this direction, the views will be entirely different. Soon enough we will reach the big town of Lukla. After the breakfast, we will be hiking down a steep trail that descends to the Hillary Suspension Bridge and then we continue walking over several local villages. We will walk most through Dudh Koshi River valley and surroundings. Upon reaching Lukla, freshen up at your hotel and relax. Evening, you could have a party with your trekking crew as it is your celebration of successful Everest High Pass Trek also the last night in the Everest Region.

Overnight at the best possible lodge/hotel with included all standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner ).

Day 17 : Fly back to Kathmandu

If everything goes according to the schedule, we will be flying back to Kathmandu early morning after breakfast. The 40 minutes’ flight back to Kathmandu will indeed be a relaxing one as we will be carrying an unforgettable and a successful journey to the Everest High Pass. Upon the arrival to Kathmandu, we will head to our hotels respectively and then it is entirely up to the you what you wish to do. Upon your request, we can arrange a Kathmandu city tour of UNESCO World Heritage sites, Durbar Squares, Tourist places etc. with our well informed and experienced guide.

Cost Details

Cost Includes
  • Domestic Flights (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu)  Tickets and airport departure taxes
  • Best Possible Teahouse, lodge accommodation (Generally twin Sharing room)- 16 Nights
  • All Standard Meals (17 Lunches, 16 Dinners and 17 Breakfasts)  during the trek.
  • Government License holder English Speaking Discovery World Trekking experienced and qualified trek leader,(8 or above trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and porter to help trekkers luggage. (2 trekkers:1 porter "9 kg per trekker max limit")
  • Coverage of Guides and Porters, Their meals, insurance, salary, lodging, transportation, flight and other necessary equipment.
  • Water purification tablets for safe drinking water
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card fee.
  • Snacks (cookies) and Seasonal fresh fruits every day
  • All government, Local taxes and official Expenses
  • Assistance in arranging rescue operation in case of complicated health condition (funded by travel insurance)
  • Souvenir - A company's T-shirt & Cap
  • Discovery World Trekking’s appreciation of certificate after the successful trek
  • Farewell Dinner at the end of the trek
Cost Excludes
  • International flight airfare
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees for multiple Entries on arrival at Tribhuwan Internationa Airport- (15 days - $25-30, 30 days- $40-50 and 90 days- $100-110)
  • Excess baggage charges (Limit is 9kg per Person)
  • All Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu, before and after  we start our journey
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, early return from the trek.
  • Personal expense  (shopping, snacks, boil bottle water, hot and cold drinks, hot shower, Alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone call, battery re-charge fee),  extra porters etc
  • Personal clothing and gear
  • Travel insurance which has to cover emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation compulsory 
  • Tips for guide and porters (Recommended by the Culture)
  • Additional costs or delays caused by out of management control, for example, landslide, weather condition, itinerary modification due to safety concerns, illness, change of government policies, strikes etc.
  • All the costs and expenses which are not listed in "cost includes" will be counted as Excludes

 

Thank you for choosing DWT! We will do everything within our means to take care of you and ensure an enjoyable trip of a lifetime in Nepal!

Trip Note

The beginning of the journey towards Everest High Pass

You will arrive in Nepal, Kathmandu at Tribhuvan International Airport as that is the only international airport. An overnight stay in a hotel in Kathmandu is required upon the arrival which is not included in package cause there are a variety of hotels, lodge and homestays (Budget and luxury both) from which you can choose any of them online very easily and even we can do it for you but it's up to you. As you'll be in a new place it's generally hard to navigate place around so if you want us to recommend or manage hotels for you on arrival, we'll be pleased to do that for our all valuable clients, Then the next day, in the early morning we will take a domestic flight to Lukla, approximately 40 minutes.

Don't Worry, We'll Pick You!

When you're new to any place, it's really hard to find places and many tourists have complained about the expensive taxi fare so,  Discovery World Trekking provides free airport arrival and departure transfer on any flight for Everest Trek package. You will be received from our representative crew from Discovery World Trekking regardless of the flight you take holding a pamphlet of your name and our company name with a warm-hearted welcome with either a khada or a marigold garland and you’ll be escorted to your hotel with all comfort possible.

 

Accommodation Details During The Trek

The Trek is a 17 days long trek with 16 nights at a mountain Best Possible lodge accommodation and will make you feel homely with the warm hospitality of the local people. The higher you get the lodging facility gets little bit declined as in mountain regions it's hard to provide all facilities like Kathmandu city, most of the lodges have squat toilet system up there and  Generally twin Sharing room with mattresses, blanket and pillows will be available (Single room can be provided on request and it will cost some additional charge). Tho DWT will provide attached bathroom in every possible lodge, in some places, there can be a shared bathroom at higher elevation areas. Two nights Hotels in Kathmandu is required as you would want to rest before and after the trek which is not included in the package as There is the excellent range of hotels for all kind of budgets available which you can easily book online or we can manage for you if you want us to do. Discovery World Trekking has good public relation with local service providers in the Himalaya region.

Note - Hot showers, Wi-Fi will be available at an extra cost in possible places.

 

The Meals

Our trek is all over high elevations near world’s highest peak which means your body needs enough carbohydrate, protein, nutrition as food is fuel for the body to hike on such humongous Himalayan trails. The meal in this trek is very convenient but not as in cities.

There will be 17 Breakfasts, 17 Lunch and 16 Dinners will be provided in the trek.

Some of the popular menu items are -

Seventeen breakfasts - ( Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, French toast with Jam, Butter, Cheese, and Honey Tibetan bread or Chapati Local tsampa porridge, Hashed brown eggs, Varieties of eggs (Omelets) Pancakes Muesli Breads Fruits and Vegetables Hot drinks like varieties of teas and coffees Hot chocolates etc)

Seventeen lunch - (Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari (Dalh Bhat power 24 hour)  Tibetan Bread Various Soups items Sherpa Stew Steaks Sandwiches Momo (dumplings) Macaroni dishes Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles Thukpa Pasta Vegetable curry Potatoes items Vegetable and salad Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snakes (Papad, Prawn) Desserts items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), etc)

Sixteen dinners -( Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari Tibetan Bread Various Soups items Sherpa Stew Steaks Sandwiches Momo (dumplings) Macaroni dishes Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles Thukpa Pasta Vegetable curry Potatoes items Vegetable and salad Pizza (,Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snacks (Papad, Prawn) Korean Raman Desserts items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), Hard Drinks Steaks, etc.)

are available on the menu during the trek. The best selected from the menu of the lodge which will be fresh, hygienic, tasty and nutritious. The menu is a combination of traditional local, Asian and western cuisine almost everywhere but as we go up close, the menu list will be shorted. We highly recommend liquids green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea and garlic soup(must) etc. at high altitude and also the fresh vegetable items for health benefit.

Tho plenty of non-veg item will be available we won’t recommend any of them because meat in such places is not hygienic and healthy during the trek. We highly encourage to avoid dairy and cheesy items and strongly suggest not to consume Alcoholic drinks, caffeinated items, hot chocolates as experts suggest to avoid such items during such high elevation treks.

Note - All Personal Bills (Alcoholic Drinks, Hot and Cold Drinks) in tea house/ Lodges or in cafe except Standard Meals(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with seasonal fruits) are excluded from Package.

 

Best Time To Trek

The weather is one of the most important factors to look at when deciding to trek to Everest High Pass cause no one is beyond nature. Tho live forecast of Everest region can be gain here , it’s yet very hard to predict being 100% sure. People trek 12 months of the year up to Everest base camp trek but certainly, there is ups and downs in every season, It is best suited to trek during the spring and the autumn as sky is crystal clear from dusk till dawn, the rainy weather stops and thick sun-blocking clouds also fades. The Magic of clear azure skies provides the most spectacular vistas. With added those breathtaking views, the temperature is also exquisite with sunlight being warm and the environment after delving of the sun is not as cold as other months.

Tho during the winters and monsoon, it becomes a bit challenging to trek due to heavy snowfall, cold temperature but that’s what excites many trekkers.

January to February

This time is the coldest, especially from early January to early February. This when there is heavy snowfall in the mountain and can result to extreme cold temperature. Though the daytime may be warm and admirable with clear skies, the night time would be extremely cold but it’s perfectly fine to trek in these months as discovery world trekking make sure of every possible safety during the trek but if you are allergic to extreme cold, you shouldn’t be trekking at these month or else people trek 12 months of the year and leave their footprints around the world’s highest peaks.

Temperature: Temperatures  ranges from 15°C to -15°C.

March to April

This is the one of  best time of the season to hike in the Everest High Pass. The weather is very favourable during this month. Stunning views of the Himalaya ranges and glaciers will be seen. March being beginning of the Spring season, The weather starts to warm up during these months.  During these months, all flora and fauna dormant throughout the winter back to life feeding and breeding in the sun kissed temperatures. Temperatures may start increasing from the mid of March and with clear skies, snow mountains will be seen at their best. Many trekkers often succeed their expedition in this time.

Temperature: Around 18 °C. At night, the average minimum temperatures drop down to around -12 °C.  

 

May to June

This is also the perfect time for trekking right before the rainfall. Nepal starts its rainfall from the end of June till mid of August. The season of spring and summer makes the trek much more enjoyable.

Temperature- Around 25°C. At daylight and it drops down to around -5°C.  

July to August

The rainfall hits at its peak during this time, below 3500 meters. Due to heavy rainfall, Flights to Lukla may get canceled at beginning or end of the trek but trekkers are seen in those month too trekking towards everest base camp, it’s challenging but not impossible, if you choose to trek in these months Discovery world trekking will take care of your safety at its fullest as it does in every month but as the way is not that favorable its not highly recommended to trek in these months but  The rainfall also provides spectacular views of the waterfall and avoid the crowds like other months.

Temperature- Around 27°C at daylights to 5°C

September to October

This is also one of the perfect seasons for the EBC Trek. This season is the peak of tourists due to the favourable weather. As the monsoon slowly ends, a perfect trekking climate sets itself. The temperature goes up to 20 degrees in the day time and falls down to 5 degrees during the night time. This season is when trekkers enjoy trekking the most, with a clear sky, and an amazing view of the mountains. It is highly recommended as it’s the best time for the Everest Base Camp trek, usually from mid-September to end. Tourists in this season are also attracted by the main festival of Nepal; Dashain and Tihar.

Temperature- Temperature goes up to 20 degrees in the day time and falls down to 5 degrees

November to December

As winter slowly begins, snow falls begin in the Himalaya region and it eventually gets tough to trek. Nights get very colder . November is the busy season people all over the world come at these months as its the clearest month with sparkling days and amazing views of humongous mountains. The daytime temperatures are very stable and constant and due to this, the view of the clear blue sky and the mountain is phenomenal. From December, the temperature starts to get cold and begins to snow like diamonds in the sky.

Please Note: The weather in the Himalaya is so unpredictable and the temperature may change quickly from day to night..

Acclimatization

Altitude sickness is commonly faced by many trekkers and will need immediate treatment and shouldn’t be left ignored. In this trek, we will be acclimatizing in two places; Namche Bazaar and Dingboche. This trek is relatively at Challenging compared to the Everest Base Camp 10 and 12 days’ trek. At Namche Bazaar, trekkers can explore the famous Sherpa town and adjust to the thin air. We will also be having a second-day acclimatization at Dingboche where we will climb the ridge behind the village to take a look at the stunning views of the peaks. Our trekking leader and guide are well trained and experienced at high altitude and they have extensive first aid training as well. Your health and safety are important to us and we guarantee that it will be our very first priority. In case you have been rigorously affected, the only cure would be to descend immediately. Also, it is important to know that your group leader has the definitive response to decide whether you can continue the trek based on your overall health conditions.

Trip Grade: Fitness level, Medical, and Health

The Everest High Pass trek is a challenging yet rewarding trek. The hiking will be from 5 to 7 hours a day depending the on the destination, taking regular breaks where we admire the mountain views. The trek routes involve long climbs, steep descents and a steep forward trail in the rocky paths and the forests as well. To go on such treks, the fitter, the more comfortable and enjoyable the journey will be. If you have an experience or enjoy trekking, this may be an advantage for you. This trek is not recommended to those who suffer from sensitive medical conditions such as heart or lungs disease.

Trekking group/single

The group is generally about 2 to 12 packs on the trek. A group of 8 will be accompanied by a leader, assistant guide, and porters. We are also happy to organize a single private trek with your own family time frame.

A typical day on the trek

Every day will be rewarded with a unique experience of trekking, climbing enjoying the scenery, taking photos and exploring the local villages. During the expedition, we are accompanied by experienced, friendly and qualified expert Sherpa’s sharing information and historical facts about the places as we trek. We will also be accompanied by the porters who carry our luggage’s. However, we will be carrying our small regular day bag pack of necessary items.

The day starts with an early morning hot cup of tea/coffee. After packing our bags and gorging on a wholesome breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk around 7 AM to 8 AM, depending on the duration and nature of the day’s walk. After trekking for three to four hours, lunch will be served around midday on the route to the next destination and we continue after about an hour of rest.

The afternoon walk is generally shorter; about two to three hours. Once we reach our overnight lodge/tea house/tent, we snack on the extra dietary food. We will have free time to explore nearby places.

Dinner is served around 6 PM to 7 PM. After dinner and before going to bed, we indulge in friendly conversations and discuss the experience of that day. The expedition leader/guide will brief us about the next day’s plan. After this briefing, we enjoy on board games like monopoly, cards and watch available mountaineering documentaries. Most of the foreigners indulge in light and fun learning of Nepalese language from our crew or read books before heading off to bed for a well-deserved sleep.

Communication on trek

On the Everest high pass Trek, the use of internet service will be available at the lodges with some extra service charge. You can contact your family and friends via the lodges, but once we reach high altitudes communication will be through the phone for safety proposes.

We'll communicate all our valuable clients through our leader to at least once in a day to make sure you're fine, safe, feel right and have everything up there. You'll always be connected to Kathmandu's DWT office for any kind of help during the trek. Also, depending on the kind of network you use, there will be the signal but not very strong before the high altitude. On your request, we can provide you with a separate local sim card (Most of the places have wifi service available with an extra cost) for good access of connecting.

Note-  Normally Wi-Fi works every part of the trek in lodge/lodges which will be provided with an extra cost.

Extra personal expenses on trekking

Discovery World Trekking tries to provide all extra expenses excluded from the package. Meals and accommodations in Kathmandu is up to our clients themselves as all kind of hotels/lodges (both luxury & budget) can be booked easily online or even we can do it for on request. All our valuable clients will have to bring personal spending money with them to cover costs of accommodations in Kathmandu, visa process, travel insurance policy purchase, beverages, snacks for the trek, hot and cold drinks, tips to the trekking crew members, souvenirs etc. We recommend bringing cash (dollars) which can be changed to rupees here cause during the trek only Nepalese currency is accepted.

Electricity and battery recharge, water on the trek

Throughout the lodges at Everest regions, electricity for the camera and mobile battery recharge is available with an extra cost in all lodges. Most of the lodges have hydroelectricity and some of them have used the solar panels. Water during the trek, you can buy either packed mineral water from local lodges and en route shop or filling boiled water at an extra cost. A water purification pill is will be provided to make water drinkable.

Note-  You shouldn't drink water from river, tap, well up there cause it might not be drinkable as it seems.

Travel insurance

This trip grade is ranked the challenging difficult as it entails the risk of high altitude trekking, potential altitude sickness and other unforeseen events including sudden climate changes.

Travel insurance is a significant part of our booking condition for The Everest High Pass trek. All the members of trekking the must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate to Discovery World Trekking. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation inclusive of helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at high altitude (up to 6000m) for trekking members.

We can recommend insurance companies to help you but we don’t directly get involved in the sale of insurance policy. Members can be refused to be included in the trekking based on insufficient, improper or absence of travel insurance policy.

Trekking members are kindly requested to send their detailed insurance information once they book for the trekking. In case of emergency situations, we will be using the insurance policy and informational documents you sent us. This will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for emergency medical help etc. Please ensure that the insurance company includes the cost incurred for mountain rescue service at the highest elevation of the trekking.

Note- Before you buy travel insurance (Don't just believe them what they say in their website) make sure you call them and recheck if they have Heli-rescue and evacuation up to 6000m according to your trekking height.

Passport and visa

All foreigners except Indians, require a visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival in the Tribhuvan international airport. Visa can be extended at the central immigration office www.immigratiion.gov.np The visa application will require at least a passport of 6 months’ validity, and a passport size photo. The current cost of visa fee is the US $40 for 30 days which have to be paid in cash on arrival on Tribhuwan Internation Aiport. Citizens of China and the SAARC countries will receive a free visa. There are certain countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan)that may not receive the visa on arrival and so you will have to contact your local Nepalese embassy.

Money exchange

Nepali Rupees (NPR/Rs) is the local currency.

(1 USD = ~ Rs.100 NPR).

We can exchange most of the foreign currencies through local banks and legitimate money exchanges in Kathmandu and all over Thamel. Small amounts of cash can also be exchanged at the hotel.

The ongoing rate of exchange is visibly displayed. The government of Nepal has banned the import, export and use of 500 and 1000 Indian Rupee note in Nepal. You should ensure that you are not carrying these notes on arrival in Nepal as they will be confiscated and you may also be fined.

Despite having security advantage of traveller's cheque, we prefer cash exchange to avoid hassles like a lengthy process and high rate of commission at the banks. You can withdraw cash (in Rupees only) from one of the many ATMs in Kathmandu and Thamel itself. There are quite several ATMs that are open around the clock. The maximum withdrawal amount is 35,000 Rupees for a 500 Rupees processing fee if you are using your foreign card.

If you use the money exchange facility at banks and financial institutions the service fee charge imposed is about four percent or more depending upon the bank.

During the trek, there are no banks and money exchange services so you should exchange your money in Kathmandu only, depending on how much personal expense you require as in Himalayan region people only accept Nepalese Currency

Note- Most of the established banks in Asia will not accept foreign currency notes that are old, torn or faded. Please ensure that you have new, clean notes

How Much Luggage can I take during Everest High Pass Trek?

The weight limit for your luggage is 9kg per trekker, Porters will be assigned to carry your luggage, Two people will be assigned with one porter, combined luggage should not exceed more than 18 kgs. We never overload our porters. but a should carry your own knapsack or backpack (with your valuables or anything important) on your own. Only carry what is essentials, You can leave any excess baggage either at your hotel or at the Discovery World Trekking store for free and it'll be completely safe.

Note-  We'll recheck everything (Luggage, equipment, etc) in our briefing before we start our journey in our Office.

Everest High Pass Trek Safety

Discovery World Trekking guarantees our valuable clients safety, security, and satisfaction. Safety is the utmost important concern for us. For the trek, we will be carrying all the necessary gears, equipment, and first aid kits. Our leaders and guides have vast knowledge and have extensive first aid training. If a trekker falls sick due to the altitude, it is entirely up to the trekker to decide if he/she will further continue as health is very important. In case of emergency, the rescue helicopter will always be ready to bring you back from the higher elevation. During the trek, every group will be together so that everyone is safe and won't wander off alone.

 

Equipment lists for Everest

It is recommended to carry the basic clothing and accessories needed for the trek. The followings belongings are suggested that should be brought, although we understand that our clients have their own preference for clothing, we have listed some useful clothing during the trek. Porters will be carrying the main luggage which should not exceed more than 18kg (one porter will carry two people's luggage, 9 kg for each). Equipment can be bought in Kathmandu at a reasonable price.

Head

  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Winter hat or insulating hat or Wide-brimmed hat
  • Headlight with extra batteries

Face

  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglass with UV protection
  • Face/body wipes
  • Hands
  • Light weight gloves
  • Heavy weight winter gloves

Body

  • Hiking shirts
  • Long sleeved shirt
  • Hooded rain jacket
  • Fleece jacket
  • Light weight cotton pants
  • T- Shirt (bring Light weight wool)
  • Polypropylene underwear
  • Down jacket (available in rent in Kathmandu)
  • Sweater
  • Water proof jacket and pants

Foot wear

  • Hiking Boots
  • Thick wool socks (Take an extra pairs of thick light socks)

Essential gear

  • Backpack or daypack (Size depends on whether you take porter or not).
  • Thermal bottle
  • Water purification
  • Trekking pole
  • Sleeping bag (-15 bag is best in the high altitude trekking)

Toiletries

  • Medium size drying towel
  • Tooth brush
  • Tooth paste
  • Deodorant floss
  • Bio degradable bar soap
  • Nail clippers
  • Small mirror

Personal accessories

  • Money
  • Watch
  • Cell phone
  • Camera

Extra items

  • First aid kit
  • Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport
  • Notebook and pen
  • Binoculars

Responsible travel
We strongly believe that our environment has to be protected as tourism may bring negative effects on it. We highlight the positive aspects of tourism on the environment. Furthermore, Discovery World Trekking works together with Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and organizes eco-friendly trips about most environmentally sensitive and culturally rewarding that meet the expectation of both travelers and communities.

Discovery World Trekking Crews
During the Everest High Pass Trek, you will be accompanied by our local best trained and well experienced guides / sherpas to make your journey even more comfortable and memorable.All guides are well trained licensed with prior experience they have spent years rekking / climbing the peak all over the world.  Porters will also be assigned to carry your luggage .Two people will be assigned one porter , combined luggage should not exceed more than 18 kgs.We never overload our porters. A proportion of one porter for two members and one assistant guide with 8 members. If required we can also have one porter per person. Our crew members are the local people of high Himalaya remote areas and their physical endurance and heredity nature can live easily and comfortably at high altitude without being affected. All our staff are very valuable to us , they are well paid and we take care of their insurance ,clothing, food and lodging throughout the expedition. All our Guides and Porters receive Medical care when ill or injured. We always make sure that they are happy as we believe that only happy people can make others happy The local expert trek leader to guide you is specialized under the following subject. We provide basic accommodation for our guides and porters or tent with sleeping gear we also provided them food and warm drinks.

  • Intensive wilderness first Aid
  • Authorized certificate of Trekking Guide Training
  • Fluency speaking English and other major Languages
  • Conservation and biodiversity
  • Rock climbing

Tipping
Most importantly, tipping is at travelers discretion and should be relied on good service that does not form part of wages for your Guides, porters and crew although they are very much appreciated. In Nepalese culture, tip is the accepted and honored way to saying thank you (Dhanyabada) for good service. Normally the tips are offered at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group. Most groups will give the trips in farewell dinner on the last evening or last day of the trek, to mark the end of the trip. The amount of the trip is entirely a personal preference that may be more or less depending upon your perception of service quality, length of trip, budget and appreciation of their work. It is important to Discovery World Trekking crews who professionally take care of you all the time during the trekking, inspire excellent service and offer enriching journey- trip of once in a lifetime experience

Booking and payment process
Discovery world trekking is a government authorized, registered, licensed and bonded as trekking and touring operator in Nepal. The company registered number is 87657/068/069. We are member of Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Therefore, book Discovery World Trekking trip with confidence as we are reliable.10 percent of payment in advance and other necessary documentations like passport copy, passport size photos, travel insurance policy, arrival and departure flight detailed can be made later but must not exceed within two weeks’ period from booking date. The number of domestic flights for Lukla is limited but being very busy during the trekking seasons. Payment is to be made by bank transfer ,western union and online payment directly from our website.. Remaining trip cost can be paid whether in cash or by bank transfer and credit card when your arrival in Nepal. Furthermore, we put forward necessary modes of payment details as per your convenient by mail.

Last minute booking
It is best to book in advance but for those who aren't able to for whatever reason Discovery World Trekking has a special provision for last minute booking.In the case of last minute booking with 100% percent trip payment within 24 hours is accepted.   We do our best to operate a trek at any time but in case of last minute booking we cannot be responsible for delay due to changes beyond our control such as the weather, availability of lodging. Contact us for more information at 977- 9840055491 (Paul) or email us.

Trip extension
After the completion of the trek, you may want to stay a couple of days extra in Nepal. With the free time, exploring, visiting a tour of Kathmandu, sightseeing, Nagarkot view trip, Chitwan jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, canoeing are such activities that can be done.

Feedback
After completing the Everest High Pass trek, there will be a farewell dinner held where Discovery World trekking will give you company’s t-shirt, digital printed certificate of trek achievement. We would highly appreciate if you would give compliment, comment or complain about the service provided and the team performance as we always strive to be better.

Trip Map

Trip Map

Everest High Pass Trek

Trip Video

Everest High Pass Trek Video

Reviews

Rated 5/5 based on 6 reviews
Everest High Pass Trek March 2018

Everest High Pass Trek March 2018

Went on the Everest High Pass Trek including a detour to Everest Basecamp this March 2018. The trek went great and the views are really perfect! I had a great time during my trek. Paul from DWT had told me in advance that there were more people joining the trek, but in the end I found out that I would be trekking solo with a guide. In the end I didn't really mind as it would mean that I would be walking my own pace. My guide Subraj made sure that everything went according to plan and that everything was safe during the trekking! Everything was arranged and if I needed something I only had to ask Subraj and he would make it happen. Thanks again for this amazing experience! The three passes are amazing and the view at Gokyo Ri is one of the best there is. I would advice everyone to do more than just the EBC trek as the area around the main trek is really great to explore further. Furthermore the route that DWT takes (counter clockwise) is much better than the clockwise route so I would advice everybody to take the counterclockwise route instead of the (with other operators) more common clockwise route. Thanks to Subarj and DWT for this amazing experience!

Went on the Everest High Pass Trek including a detour to Everest Basecamp this March 2018. The trek went great and the views are really perfect! I had a great time during my trek. Paul from DWT had told me in advance that there were more people joining the trek, but in the end I found out that I would be trekking solo with a guide. In the end I didn't really mind as it would mean that I would be walking my own pace. My guide Subraj made sure that everything went according to plan and that everything was safe during the trekking! Everything was arranged and if I needed something I only had to ask Subraj and he would make it happen. Thanks again for this amazing experience! The three passes are amazing and the view at Gokyo Ri is one of the best there is. I would advice everyone to do more than just the EBC trek as the area around the main trek is really great to explore further. Furthermore the route that DWT takes (counter clockwise) is much better than the clockwise route so I would advice everybody to take the counterclockwise route instead of the (with other operators) more common clockwise route. Thanks to Subarj and DWT for this amazing experience!

Everest Three Passes & EBC with Discovery World Trekking

Everest Three Passes & EBC with Discovery World Trekking

From my initial fact-finding emails to Discovery World Trekking all the way to the completion of my holiday I was very impressed with DWT team -they're attentive, personable, thorough and go out of their way to ensure you have a great experience. I did the Everest Three Passes Trek and my guide Milen was fantastic and always there to assist whether on the trail or relaxing in the lodges (everyone seems to think their guide is the best but after discussing with other trekkers I knew I had a very good guide as he was flexible in adapting the itinerary to suit my preferences, extensively knew the trails and managed the ascent speed so that I safely completed the high passes without any issues with altitude). Milen also proved his worth with established contacts to ensure my flights to/from Lukla proceeded without issues. My porter Tom was 24/7 smiles and no matter how early I left on the day's trek or how fast I walked he always beat me to the overnight tea-house -and that was often leaving a few hours after I did! The benefit of this was that once I had arrived at the overnight accommodation my bag was already in my room in-case I required anything immediately. If you haven't realised already, I'd highly recommend DWT as you'll have a no fuss/worry-free organisation of your trip so that you can focus on just enjoying the mountains.

From my initial fact-finding emails to Discovery World Trekking all the way to the completion of my holiday I was very impressed with DWT team -they're attentive, personable, thorough and go out of their way to ensure you have a great experience. I did the Everest Three Passes Trek and my guide Milen was fantastic and always there to assist whether on the trail or relaxing in the lodges (everyone seems to think their guide is the best but after discussing with other trekkers I knew I had a very good guide as he was flexible in adapting the itinerary to suit my preferences, extensively knew the trails and managed the ascent speed so that I safely completed the high passes without any issues with altitude). Milen also proved his worth with established contacts to ensure my flights to/from Lukla proceeded without issues. My porter Tom was 24/7 smiles and no matter how early I left on the day's trek or how fast I walked he always beat me to the overnight tea-house -and that was often leaving a few hours after I did! The benefit of this was that once I had arrived at the overnight accommodation my bag was already in my room in-case I required anything immediately. If you haven't realised already, I'd highly recommend DWT as you'll have a no fuss/worry-free organisation of your trip so that you can focus on just enjoying the mountains.

Great Company!

Great Company!

I had a really great experience with DWT! Paul was very responsive to all my emails before the trek and also went through the whole itinerary once I got there. My luggage got lost on the way to Nepal, so Paul was very helpful in helping to track it while I was on the trek and even waited at the airport to pick it up when it arrived! The staff also were very helpful and flexible with pushing back the itinerary when my flight was delayed. A very professional company and would really recommend them/use them in the future.

I had a really great experience with DWT! Paul was very responsive to all my emails before the trek and also went through the whole itinerary once I got there. My luggage got lost on the way to Nepal, so Paul was very helpful in helping to track it while I was on the trek and even waited at the airport to pick it up when it arrived! The staff also were very helpful and flexible with pushing back the itinerary when my flight was delayed. A very professional company and would really recommend them/use them in the future.

17 day tour of 3 High Pass + EBC

17 day tour of 3 High Pass + EBC

We booked our trip with Discovery World Trekking (DWT), not knowing what to expect... prior to arriving in Nepal all our questions were promptly answered by managing director Paul within a timely manner assuring us that he will take care of everything and not to worry. The instruction of visa application, flexible payment options, airport transfer, reasonable places to stay with the city centre was only a few examples of the additional service provided  Upon our arrival we received a warm welcome to Nepal by Paul and his team, we were then taken to our hotel and scheduled a time for our tour briefing  Paul took us through the program in detail and introduced us to our guide Superman Some last minute shopping and the next morning we embarked on a epic once in a lifetime journey  I'm sure everyone that uses DWT would say that their guide and porter was the best team, but I can assure you that our teams Superman and Money will exceed your expectations, these guys were so cool that within a few hours you would swear we've known each other for years. Money doesn't say much but his an absolute machine Always ahead to check that the road ahead is safe for us to follow. If at any stage there is some form of obstacle Money would call Superman to give him a heads up. he would also go ahead and secure our rooms where possible so when we arrived after a long day we would have a warm cup of lemon and honey tea within minutes followed by a comfortable room with our bags waiting, in a challenging environment I would consider it to be 5 star service In the morning, pack your bag and leave it in your room. Money does not like seeing you carry anything, so just leave it to him he will take care of it SUPERMAN guide of guides - The Mountain Man, what a legend. this guy knows the mountain and all the tricks of the trade, zero tolerance on unsafety!. and will make sure you have the trip of your dreams. Informative, knowledgeable but most of all he took complete ownership for the trip and experience This is the team you want on your expedition and I will guarantee you in good hands They exceeded our expectations and I would highly and confidently recommend them If you planning a trip use DWT and my team Superman and Money Tell Superman the password is: "one minute - little bit up little down" and leave the rest to him He has incredible patience and will make sure you achieve your goal even irrespective of the time it takes, weather or terrain. he is quickly to adapt to your style and will always give you options based on your capability and how you feeling Get use to him saying: "No problem, no problem" - he will make it happen Listen to him, if he says you need to rest, stay at a certain height to acclimatize or descend trust me listen to him. don't worry about the schedule or falling behind Superman knows all the shortcuts and alternative route to ensure you complete what you set out to complete We lost two days due to bad weather into Lukla and I got sick just under 5k metre's I naturally wanted to push through and not be the weakest link, Superman calmly explained to me that we will still reach our goal, but the most important thing is to look after our body and recovery, that can only be achieved if we go down to 4400m I took his advise and it was the best decision ever which ensured that we completed our trip The mountain is not for hero's, you at its mercy. leave it to the team and experience the most memorable views you can imagine When we get another opportunity we will be back for sure... I miss these guys so much as we consider ourselves family Paul will take care of all the logistics, he is experienced and extremely well connected with great leverage, so you have nothing to worry about So if you considering a tour book now with Discovery World trekking  If you still not confident feel free to check out my Everest 2017 album on facebook Its public so you can view all the picture and videos we made along the way Happy trekking Bevan Conning & Andrea Puddy

We booked our trip with Discovery World Trekking (DWT), not knowing what to expect... prior to arriving in Nepal all our questions were promptly answered by managing director Paul within a timely manner assuring us that he will take care of everything and not to worry. The instruction of visa application, flexible payment options, airport transfer, reasonable places to stay with the city centre was only a few examples of the additional service provided  Upon our arrival we received a warm welcome to Nepal by Paul and his team, we were then taken to our hotel and scheduled a time for our tour briefing  Paul took us through the program in detail and introduced us to our guide Superman Some last minute shopping and the next morning we embarked on a epic once in a lifetime journey  I'm sure everyone that uses DWT would say that their guide and porter was the best team, but I can assure you that our teams Superman and Money will exceed your expectations, these guys were so cool that within a few hours you would swear we've known each other for years. Money doesn't say much but his an absolute machine Always ahead to check that the road ahead is safe for us to follow. If at any stage there is some form of obstacle Money would call Superman to give him a heads up. he would also go ahead and secure our rooms where possible so when we arrived after a long day we would have a warm cup of lemon and honey tea within minutes followed by a comfortable room with our bags waiting, in a challenging environment I would consider it to be 5 star service In the morning, pack your bag and leave it in your room. Money does not like seeing you carry anything, so just leave it to him he will take care of it SUPERMAN guide of guides - The Mountain Man, what a legend. this guy knows the mountain and all the tricks of the trade, zero tolerance on unsafety!. and will make sure you have the trip of your dreams. Informative, knowledgeable but most of all he took complete ownership for the trip and experience This is the team you want on your expedition and I will guarantee you in good hands They exceeded our expectations and I would highly and confidently recommend them If you planning a trip use DWT and my team Superman and Money Tell Superman the password is: "one minute - little bit up little down" and leave the rest to him He has incredible patience and will make sure you achieve your goal even irrespective of the time it takes, weather or terrain. he is quickly to adapt to your style and will always give you options based on your capability and how you feeling Get use to him saying: "No problem, no problem" - he will make it happen Listen to him, if he says you need to rest, stay at a certain height to acclimatize or descend trust me listen to him. don't worry about the schedule or falling behind Superman knows all the shortcuts and alternative route to ensure you complete what you set out to complete We lost two days due to bad weather into Lukla and I got sick just under 5k metre's I naturally wanted to push through and not be the weakest link, Superman calmly explained to me that we will still reach our goal, but the most important thing is to look after our body and recovery, that can only be achieved if we go down to 4400m I took his advise and it was the best decision ever which ensured that we completed our trip The mountain is not for hero's, you at its mercy. leave it to the team and experience the most memorable views you can imagine When we get another opportunity we will be back for sure... I miss these guys so much as we consider ourselves family Paul will take care of all the logistics, he is experienced and extremely well connected with great leverage, so you have nothing to worry about So if you considering a tour book now with Discovery World trekking  If you still not confident feel free to check out my Everest 2017 album on facebook Its public so you can view all the picture and videos we made along the way Happy trekking Bevan Conning & Andrea Puddy

“Everest High passes trek”

“Everest High passes trek”

Thank you Paul and my guide/trekking partner, Subash, for making my trip an experience I will remember for the rest of my life. From start to finish, everything was so well organised, especially the communication. Paul and his team personally picked me up from the airport on a Sunday night at 2300! He also organised a driver to take me back to the airport on my last night. There was no surprises as everything was emailed to me before I arrived in KTM. We had a briefing in Paul's office the next day and met my guide, Subash. Paul ensured that I am well equipped, went through the itinerary in details and explained the Himalaya conditions that hikers might experience. During the trip, he communicated with us where there were reception, to ensure everything was OK. Paul made the entire trip so smooth. I did not do one thing. My guide, Subash, is young, positive attitude and experienced. He tough me a few tricks in trekking in high altitude and how to read the Himalaya environment. His communication with this client was excellent. Each night he went through the itinerary and trekking conditions. Thanks to his wisdom, he suggested we skip one day of acclimatisation in Gokyo to hike our last pass due to bad weather forecast. So glad we did this otherwise we will never completed the 3 Passes. Most importantly, SAFETY was always Subash's number one priority. He was always 5 metres in sight during the trek. He warned me of icy/avalanche areas, ensured I paced myself and constantly resting. Thank you Discovery World Trekking for this unique opportunity and trip of life time. Look forward to next time!

Thank you Paul and my guide/trekking partner, Subash, for making my trip an experience I will remember for the rest of my life. From start to finish, everything was so well organised, especially the communication. Paul and his team personally picked me up from the airport on a Sunday night at 2300! He also organised a driver to take me back to the airport on my last night. There was no surprises as everything was emailed to me before I arrived in KTM. We had a briefing in Paul's office the next day and met my guide, Subash. Paul ensured that I am well equipped, went through the itinerary in details and explained the Himalaya conditions that hikers might experience. During the trip, he communicated with us where there were reception, to ensure everything was OK. Paul made the entire trip so smooth. I did not do one thing. My guide, Subash, is young, positive attitude and experienced. He tough me a few tricks in trekking in high altitude and how to read the Himalaya environment. His communication with this client was excellent. Each night he went through the itinerary and trekking conditions. Thanks to his wisdom, he suggested we skip one day of acclimatisation in Gokyo to hike our last pass due to bad weather forecast. So glad we did this otherwise we will never completed the 3 Passes. Most importantly, SAFETY was always Subash's number one priority. He was always 5 metres in sight during the trek. He warned me of icy/avalanche areas, ensured I paced myself and constantly resting. Thank you Discovery World Trekking for this unique opportunity and trip of life time. Look forward to next time!

Best trekking experience ever...Everest High Pass Trekking

Best trekking experience ever...Everest High Pass Trekking

In August 2013 Paul at Discovery World Trekking organised my trek to Everest high pass trekking . From the start he was so professional and nothing was too big of a problem. He explained everything to me and although he was organising the trek i still felt like I was in control and had an active roll. He matched me up with a guide that was perfect for me and during the trek always kept in contact to make sure things were ok. My guide Harry was a really great guy and a lot of fun. It felt more like I was trekking with a friend. Overall the whole experience made my dream of visiting Everest high pass trekking and absolutely amazing experience. I can definitely recommend Paul and the team for their friendly professional and caring approach. They will get you to your goal. Thanks guys That was a once in a lifetime experience.

In August 2013 Paul at Discovery World Trekking organised my trek to Everest high pass trekking . From the start he was so professional and nothing was too big of a problem. He explained everything to me and although he was organising the trek i still felt like I was in control and had an active roll. He matched me up with a guide that was perfect for me and during the trek always kept in contact to make sure things were ok. My guide Harry was a really great guy and a lot of fun. It felt more like I was trekking with a friend. Overall the whole experience made my dream of visiting Everest high pass trekking and absolutely amazing experience. I can definitely recommend Paul and the team for their friendly professional and caring approach. They will get you to your goal. Thanks guys That was a once in a lifetime experience.

Essential info

Unquestionably Nepal is renowned as best destinations for novice and adventures lovers. Thus, various popular destinations in the world are situated in Nepal available for trekking in the Himalayan for the trekkers all across the world. Trekking in Nepal can easily be achieved by the all levels of trekkers who have strong desire and determination. We are familiar with the fact that trekking demands different level of physical fitness, efforts and even acclimatization or rest day based on the level of trekking nature. We ensure that our trip grading would be a great idea or method for our valued guests while choosing an appropriate trek package that is suited perfectly to your capabilities and present health condition. It is advised that people who are suffering from the diseases like cardiac or respiratory problem have to consult with doctor before deciding to do trek in Nepal. However, in the context of Nepal trekking, it is difficult task to determine the trip grade preciously due to trek has not made different from one place to another only the elevation of place that has significant role in its trip grading but also the other contributory factors needs to be concerned well. The given below contributory factors need to be considered in determination of trek grading.

  • Average elevation (height) of the trek.
  • Trekking routes features or conditions
  • Total duration of trek and average walking per day in trek.
  • Backpacking level.
  • Temperature range based on climate and weather conditions
  • Acclimatization or rest day.
  • General level of comfort, remoteness as well as level of service.

Grade: Easy

This grade trekking consists of elevation below 3000m. This type of trekking involves short duration at lower altitude along with several ways of ascent and descent trials. Previous experience does not require at this level of trekking. Thus, any age group can adjoin who is in good health, physical fit and can walk at least 4 to 5 hrs per day in the plain place. Discovery World Trekking has designed easy grade trek in which you can assign Nagarkot Trek, Ghorepani trek , Sarankot trek and Langtang trek .

Grade: Moderate

This moderate level of trekking covers at an altitude between above 2000m to 3500m below. No previous hiking experience is required however trekking demands well fitness of physical conditions and duration of days involve both shorter and longer to complete overall trek. Trekkers need walking at least 5 to 6 hrs capabilities with longer ascent and descent trails through the involvement of some rough routes conditions. Discovery World Trekking has typical holiday package at moderate grade trek are Annapurna base camp trek, Muktinath trek and Ganesh himal trek (Ruby valley trek), Langtang trek, Tamang heritage trek etc.

Grade: Difficult

This level of trekking involves an altitude of above 3000m to 4500m below. Trekkers need to walk for 6-7 hrs daily at cross steep hilly terrain, rough round, some backpacking and high passes on some routes with daily ascent and descent. Trekking in the remote environment might be possibility of facing altitude problem in the higher elevation. Physical fitness is essential along with hill walking experience to enjoy trekking. Everest Base camp trek, Gokyo via Everest base camp trek, Gosainkunda trek, Helambu trek etc.

Grade: Strenuous

In this type of trekking at least 6-7 hrs per day walking require at high altitude with daily ascent and descent. The altitude of strenuous grade trek ranges between 4600m to 5600m. Altitude sickness problem is likely to happen at any time therefore high level of both mentally and physically fitness as well as stamina is considered to enjoy in such type of trip. Acclimatization or rest day is essential to adjust with low level of oxygen environment. Previous trekking experience is added as an asset that trek passes through the remote, wild environment with extreme weather condition and snow covered route. Discovery World Trekking has prepared typically one of the best trekking holiday packages including Everest via Kalapathar, Annapurna Circuit, Manaslu trek, Makalu trek, Kanchanjunga trek etc.

Grade:  challenging

Altitude remains around 6000m at this level of trekking. Trek might be longer enough in the remote pace and highly mountains. This challenging grade trek is limited which demands an excellent level of personal experience, physically fitness and stamina as walking day is supposed to be 7 to 8 hrs with ascent and descent. Trek involves the pass crossing the snow covered glaciers, ice and need to climb up to small peak. Trekkers therefore require basic climbing skills. This type of trekking ultimately joins with peak climbing. Discovery World Trekking challenging grade trek are Everest base camp trek via Island peak, Everest base camp trek via Mera peak etc.

Trekking is an adventurous way of traveling through the hills and mountains and in Nepal, trekking often includes world-famous views of the Himalaya and scenic surroundings. Trekking is a favorite activity for tourists to Nepal and is a great way to get to know the land and its residents. It involves getting up close and personal with nature while hiking for multiple days through hills and valleys to areas that are often far away from vehicle travel.

As an adventure activity, trekking is mostly done for entertainment, excitement, cultural interaction and education – getting to know a country and its people, culture, landscape and scenery among other highlights. For mountain climbing expeditions, trekking is often the first part of the journey where the mountaineers get used to the increasing altitude as well as the climate and landscape. Nepal’s renowned trekking regions include the Everest region, Annapurna and Langtang with many more areas that have been developed and that are up and coming including the whole rest of the hills up to the Himalaya!

Routes take trekkers travel through picturesque farmland and villages, remote hills, forests and valleys with Himalayan fed streams and rivers. Visitors can take in some of the most beautiful scenery on earth while trekking in Nepal. Facilities along trekking trails are usually more basic than facilities in urban areas and overnight accommodation is in lodges, teahouses and tents and sometimes a combination depending on location and availability of facilities. Now a days, accommodation and meals can be arranged along most trails at lodges and teahouses, especially on the popular routes. In the not so distant past, travelers and porters traveled together with sufficient tents, food and equipment because of a lack of facilities and accommodation, especially in the more remote, uninhabited areas. Our teahouse treks are organized with accommodation and meals along entire routes.

The government regulates most of the areas where trekking is done and permits are required for entering Nepal’s extensive range of national parks and conservation areas. Discovery World Trekking takes care of everything, including arranging permits, allowing you to savor every moment on the enchanting trails!

Discovery World Trekking offers the whole range of trekking packages for Nepal. We look forward to sharing with you the magnificence of the Himalaya and its world famous attractions along with the legendary kindness of the people that populate the hills and mountainous regions.

Rural life in Nepal follows a natural pace depending on season and weather. While trekking, you can travel at your own pace along the scenic trails that link each day’s way points. Many of the trekking routes are in fact ancient trade routes that link Tibet, Nepal and India! The trails often pass through groves of rhododendron, Nepal’s national flower and grazing areas for cows, sheep, water buffalo and even yaks! The mountain panoramas will be unforgettable as well the scenic villages along the way graced with Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries. These settlements will allow trekkers an insight into the traditional ways of life cultural heritage of Nepal along with the wide range of biodiversity of the landscape.

An average day of trekking involves around five to six hours hiking including breaks for meals and as needed. The average distance covered can be a bit relative given the terrain and altitude but figure on about 10 to 15 kilometers. Along the way you will have many chances for photography and perhaps other personal interests such as bird watching and discovering the local flora.
Discovery World Trekking has many options from newly promoted trails to the classic routes and we look forward to hearing from you and satisfying your desired trekking styles and destinations.

You do not need to leave children at home to enjoy a trek in Nepal! A tour with children along will definitively be a different experience from a tour without children. That said, trekking with your children can be just as enjoyable and even more culturally rewarding. Discovery World Trekking has much experience with children on our treks and we have safety and well-being as the highest priority.  We have found that children really open up social situations as they have fewer reservations to interact and they enable easy, meaningful connections with the local people and thoughtful cultural exchange.

We would be honored to cater to your needs to enable bring your family to trek along the enchanting trails of Nepal. With children aboard we pay particular attention to food, lodging, trail activities, and other day-to-day aspects of trekking that are suitable for all. Flexibility in the itinerary is particularly important when traveling with children to cover contingencies and hiking rate. The pace of a trek is usually slower than the pace of adults, but that time can be used with other activities including photography, bird-watching, and many other things along the way. Like nearly everything in life as a parent, there will be new challenges with new insights, and many stories to tell to family and friends back home.

Discovery World Trekking looks forward to organizing a family trek for you!

We request the following in order to arrange permits and documents:

  • A copy of your passport and travel/health insurance documents with contact details, three passport size photos.
  • Please have a notepad and pen handy in order to note information regarding the upcoming trek/tour.

Additionally, we recommend that you maintain a separate photocopy of all important documents including traveler’s cheques and bank/ATM card contact numbers, international flight tickets, emergency contact numbers.

Useful Info

Please be advised: We highly recommend our clients to add extra days in your trip to Nepal as a safety margin for your return flight. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu may get behind the schedule due to air traffic and may cause delays. In such cases, we always try our best to reschedule the flights to and from Lukla. However, we would like to inform you about the possibility of postponements or cancellations of flights. We would like to suggest our clients to schedule 2 days extra to avoid any problems with the international flight. Upon our clients request we can arrange a helicopter at the cost of approximately USD 500-1000 depending on the demand and capacity. It is very likely that there will be no delays but if any such case happens, we can help arrange additional activities with your extra time in Nepal.

Please Note: The Everest High Pass trek includes fixed departure dates from Kathmandu and can be fitted to accommodate your specific requests and schedule. Please review our designated departure dates for this trek and if they do not suit your timeframe, then let us know how we can arrange a trek that is convenient for you.The itinerary listed above is a general guideline; please be advised that it might be necessary to modify it due to external factors beyond our means including and not limited to the following: unstable weather, accessibility and availability of lodging and campsites, unforeseen governmental, trail and ecological conditions and other circumstances beyond our control. Although, it is unlikely that changes will occur that would significantly alter the original itinerary, we cannot be held accountable for the results of delays or changes beyond our control. In the event of an Itinerary adjustment or need to redirect to other trails and areas, the Leader Guide will ultimately make the final choice on the best rerouting after consulting with the group members and keeping in mind the interests of the party as a whole. If an alteration is necessary, then we will certainly do everything we can to diminish the effects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dates & prices

The given prices are per person basis and fixed in which the International flight cost has excluded. In addition, trek cost includes and excludes details is applied. The dates schedule is fixed, 100 percent guaranteed and confirmed to departure trekking. We are flexible to organize trek in your own departure trek date. We organize private and group trek.For this, trekker can send us message submitting your own departure trek date.
 

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