Everest Base Camp Trekking

Everest Base Camp Trekking
Couple of bumpy places on earth are saturated with as much legend, culture, and history as the Khumbu Valley of Nepal. Through this amazingly rough scene RMI's Everest Base Camp Trek brings climbers and trekkers alike on an enrapturing voyage to the foot of the world's most elevated pinnacle.


Visit the holy destinations of Kathmandu and trek along the thin mountain trails past mani stones and stupas as you investigate the shocking mountains and rich culture of the incredible Khumbu Valley. 

Appreciate a total cabin to hotel trip to Base Camp, remaining in the best teahouses of the Khumbu with awesome offices and amazing sustenance. 


Protected toward the north by the most elevated crests on the planet, including Mt. Everest, the locale plunges from the high Himalaya in a lofty and bending mix of valleys, crevasses, trails and porches. The Khumbu is home to the Sherpa individuals who have manufactured a culture formed by these mountains. 

We start our undertakings in Kathmandu, the political and social center point of Nepal, where we investigate the limited avenues, loaded with occupied retailers, the clamor of movement, and the swoon whiffs of incense consuming at the various little places of worship that cover the city. In Kathmandu, we visit the city's popular religious locales, for example, the Boudhanath Stupa, the Swayambunath Stupa, otherwise called the Monkey Temple, and Durbar Square, the memorable heart of Kathmandu. 

Exchanging out the restricted, riotous roads of Kathmandu for the stone lined trails of the Khumbu, we travel to the town of Lukla. From Lukla, we go through modest towns roosted on slopes, stroll in the middle of fields of wheat, grain, potatoes, and cabbage, and cross forward and backward over the furious Dudh Koshi River on restricted suspension spans fixed with rippling supplication banners, on our approach to Namche Bazaar. The lofty, limit avenues of Namche Bazaar are the focal point of the flourishing hundreds of years old exchange with Tibet for the district, and long prepares of shaggy haired yaks conveying merchandise over the mountains consistently employ the trails with trekkers. 

Above Namche the air develops more slender and the vegetation more scanty as the towering pinnacles of Kantenga, Ama Dablam, Cholatse, Lhotse, Nuptse, and inevitably Everest, linger above us. Our last goal is Everest Base Camp, set on the edge of the Khumbu icy mass, in the midst of an ocean of rocks, ice, tents, and supplication banners. On our approach to Base Camp we climb the rough outcropping of Kala Patar whose petition signal covered summit offers path to a staggering perspective of the Everest massif, with the South Col and the Hillary Step plainly unmistakable. Everest Base Camp is a lively, energizing spot and a focal point of the mountaineering scene each spring. From Base Camp we advance down through the Khumbu Valley to end our outing in Kathmandu.