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Everest Base Camp Trekking to the Everest Base Camp in one of the most popular treks available. This trek has a number of stunning attractions, one the foremost being the satisfaction gained by reaching the base of the highest mountain in the world. Other attractions include the spectacular scenery of the Himalayan ranges. The Everest trek involves a tremendous amount of uphill and downhill walking. Itinerary: Day 01: Fly Kathmandu to Lukla (2849m) & trek to Phakding (2745m) Day 02: Trek to Namche (3445m) Day 03: Rest Day at Namche Bazaar (Hiking to Everest View Hotel) Day 04: Trek to Tengboche (4245m) Day 05: Trek to Pheriche (4362m) Day 06: Pheriche Rest Day. Day 07: Trek to Lobuche (4575m) Day 08: Trek to Gorakshape (5165m) Day 09: Rest Day at Kalapathar (5545m). Day 10: Trek to Dingboche (4260m). Day 11: Trek to Tengboche (4245m) Day 12: Trek to Namche Bazaar. Day 13: Trek to Lukla Day 14: Fly back Lukla to Kathmandu http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Everest-Base-Camp.php http://www.nepalguideinfo.com www.nepalguideinfo.com Email-sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com Explore Chile's Patagonia Sur Reserves on an Exclusive A&K Adventure Luxury Vacations 01.25.2013
Dear Travellers, !!Namaste and warm Greetings from Himalayan Country Nepal!! My name is Sanjib Adhikari. As an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, I would like to introduce myself to you. I was born and grown up in the rugged and remote district in the Central Himalayan region. I started my career in the adventure tourism at the very young age after completing my high school level studies, working for different trekking companies for seven years in different capacities sometimes as porter, assistant guide and now working as an Independent trekking guide. I have already obtained trekking guide license from the ministry of tourism, government of Nepal. I have guided many international groups especially from Europe, USA, Canada, Australia in Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Helambu regions in Nepal and Mt. Kailash, Lasha in tibet also Ladak and Sikkim in India and have thus gained diversified experience and extensive knowledge on geography, religion, culture, local flora and fauna and on environmental issues in the areas where I personally organized the treks. My first experience on many trekking routes has made me an expert on making unique trekking itineraries as per the tastes, interests and budget of the western clients. For those international trekkers who want to climb high mountain passes and peaks, I can also organize this challenging and rewarding adventure. My experience in adventure tourism includes climbing to Mera peak, Island peak, Kalapathar, Gokyo peak, Tseryo ri and I have led expeditions across many high passes in Nepal, Larkye pass, Ampulapcha Pass, Chola pass, Renjula pass, Tashilapcha pass, Ganjala pass, thorong pass, Tilicho pass, (Mesokantola pass). There are many types of treks available in Nepal, ranging from relaxed easy trekking where you can experience Nepalese Culture and Village life staying overnight in local lodges (tea-houses) in popular regions, to remote and restricted areas trekking that are off the beaten track and seldom visited by foreigners. All treks offer spectacular scenery and a good experience about Nepalese culture. If anyone wants to have tailor made treks, I can meet their requirements. From time to time I keep upgrading my skills and knowledge by taking refresher trainings on safety, sanitation, first-aid, emergency rescue, hygiene and cooking. I am fluent in English, Chinese and computer literate. I can explain all tourism related topics to the best of my knowledge. My clients have been very pleased with my professional guiding services, and you may read some of their comments on my website. Please contact me at the email address listed below if you have any questions or would like to discuss a possible trek in Nepal! I will look forward to hearing from you! http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more http://www.nepalguideinfo.com www.hikehimalayas.com Email-sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com Mobile+9779841613822 Take an Exhilarating Tour of South Africa & Antarctica for $128,000 Per Person Luxury Vacations 01.25.2013
Manaslu Trek This strenuous trek circumnavigates the world's eighth highest peak, Manaslu (8,163 m) range and is officially opened to trekkers in 1991. Though it is a strenuous and remote area trek, it is rewarded with brilliant mountain vistas of the Ganesh and Manaslu Himal ranges and insights into the cultures of a cross-section of ethnic Nepalese tribes and peoples, perhaps not available on any other trek.Starting in the historical town of Gorkha and Arughat the trail follows along the bank of the river Budi Gandaki and passes through middle hills and finally emerge into the high, arid desert region that is actually a part of the Tibetan Plateau where people of Tibetan origin dwell and where the predominant religion is Tibetan Buddhism. This trek is challenging while crossing of the Larkya La Pass which requires excellent physical stamina Itinerary: Day 01: Drive to Arughat Bazaar (570m.) Day 02: Trek to Soti Khola (530m.) Day 03: Trek to Machha Khola (890m.) Day 04: Trek to Jagat (1350m.) Day 05: Trek to Philim (1700m.) Day 06: Trek to Deng (2095m.) Day 07: Trek to Namrung (2900m.) Day 08: Trek to Lhogaon (3100m.) Day 09: Trek to Samagaon (3390m.) Day 10: Rest day at Samagaon for acclimatization. Day 11: Trek to Samdo (3690m.) Day 12: Trek to Larkya La Phedi (4460m.). Day 13: Trek to Bimthang (3590 m.) Day 14: Trek to Dharapani (1860m.) Day 15: Trek to Jagat (1800m) Day 16: Trek to Nagdi (850m.) Day 17: Trek to Besishahar (823m.) & drive to Kathmandu (Trek ends) http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Manaslu-Trek.php Manaslu Trek Travel 01.12.2013
Es gibt keinen Ersatz für persönliche Aufmerksamkeit. Ich reiste nach Nepal zu Besuch Everest Base Camp. Ich war alleine unterwegs und hatte eine spezielle Bedenken über das Reisen auf eigene Faust, aber ich wusste auch ich wollte, um dem Stress des Trekking in einer großen Gruppe. Höhe und Sicherheit sind Paramount auf Gebirtstouren und ich wollte nicht bis zu Hügels zurückgerannt mit schneller, fitter, trekker. Obwohl ich habe altitude Erfahrung, ich meine Reiseführer Reiseseiten stark auf die Beratung über was zu essen, Tempo und Algenbasis. Ich und summitted gestiegen Mt. Kilimanjaro, ich also zuversichtlich konnte ich diese Trek abgeschlossen war, aber nichts kann Sie für das Terrain der Hymalayas vorbereiten. Es ist wirklich ein Demut erweckendes Erlebnis. Herr Adhikari kam sehr empfehlenswert durch andere auf trainierte, die nur allzu gerne positiven und detaillierten Empfehlungsschreiben zu schreiben. Ich fand, dass alle ihre Empfehlungen waren mehr als wahr. Herr Adhikari hat zum Everest Base Camp mehr als 50 plus x, wie eine Frau, die alleine unterwegs gewesen, ich fand seine Maß an Professionalität erfrischend. Ich kann die Male rechnen, Herr Adhikari wirklich sparte mir von meinem unerfahrenen Kletterausrüstung dabei selbst. Er sorgte dafür, dass ich nicht mit einer Yak, Pferd oder Esel, hielt mich konzentriert sich auf die schwierige Terrain, und irgendwie sorgte dafür, dass ich nicht mehr lange genug, um die Landschaft genießen (trotz meiner Erschöpfung). Ich schaudere bei dem Gedanken, was mein Weg wäre, wenn ich nur ein weiterer trekker gewesen wäre, dann in einer großen Gruppe. Ich muss sagen, dass ich noch nie so gesund-Magen kluge in Höhe. Herr Adhikari erklärt, für größere Gruppen organisieren, er macht Bestimmungen für alle Ausflügler wie mich, die in einem langsameren Tempo zu Fuß anwesend waren. Ich war der Meinung, dass auf jeden Fall, dieses Mal, mein Ehrgeiz war meine Fähigkeit abgelöst werden, aber Dank an Herrn Adhikari, kamen meine lange Zeit träumen davon, daß Everest Base Camp erster Hand wahr. Ich konnte die Zeit in der Luft und beobachten Sie Camp distanziertheit gefahren und haben viele Bilder, und bat Herrn Adhikari zahlreichen Fragen über seine Erfahrungen in der Gegend. Ich wollte zu sehen die berühmte "Ice fallen." Es war ein Führer, der nepalesischen sprach und wer so freundlich ist. In einer Zeit, als alles andere, was man den Körper zu tun will Rest ist, war es schön, dass mein Guide fiel-Gespräche mit anderen Kletterer. Er wies darauf hin, dass einige der Leute vorbei an mich nicht Base Camp Besucher, aber Kletterer in denjenigen, die hoffen, Summit Everest. Sie benutzen die Straße zur Basis und die Umgebung als eine Art Klimaanlage Track. Ich war sehr bewusst die betriebswirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen der reisen mit einer nepalesischen Betreiber vs. ausländischer Trekking Company. Ich wollte meine Reise nicht nur eine eigensinnige Abenteuer, aber zahlreiche Reiseführer vorschlagen, dass das Reisen mit nepalesischen Betreiber nicht sicherstellen mehr Geld geht, und Aufenthalte in der nepalesischen Wirtschaft. Ich war unsicher, wie die ganze Erfahrung entwickeln würde, aber ich bin hier und auf dem Weg nach Annapurnaberge Base Camp mit der selben Betreiber. Herr Adhikari scheint geerdet sein auf dem Berg Gemeinschaft ad sowie in Kathmandu. Es war beruhigend, daß er hat gute und lange stehen Beziehungen mit anderen Führer und dem Berg Gemeinschaft. Ich muss hinzufügen, dass Sie vorbereitet kommen sollten und bringen Sie einem permanentmarker. Es gibt ein großes Boulder markieren den Eingang zum Everest Base Camp. Das Boulder ist mit trekker Signatures bedeckt. Die kleineren Felsen und Steine sind mit Nachrichten, von denen das Glück hatten, hier gewesen zu sein. www.hikehimalayas.com www.nepaltreckingguide.jimdo.com E-Mail- :sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com bedeckt Annapurna Base camp Trek Travel 12.04.2012
There is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers. Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. it is truly a humbling experience. Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. Anything from ensuring I would. not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey to keeping me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensuring I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude. Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area. I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community. Visited April 2012. email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com www.hikehimalayas.com www.hikingtoeverest.com Mobile NO +9779841613822 Trekking In Nepal Travel 05.28.2012
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