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Sagarmatha National Park 44660, Nepal
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Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

I think this recently released doco called “Trouble on Everest” is a must see for anyone trekking in Nepal. A reminder that unless you don a backpack and carry ALL your own stuff then you are assisted by the Sherpa. They risk their lives so...More

3  Thank Rackajess
Reviewed 13 April 2018

Definitely a must do, theres few things that come close. 12 Days of trekking with magnificent scenery all along the way. You wont see Everest when you get to Basecamp but you know that going in. It's about getting there, 5356m. The Trek is no...More

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Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

life is journey,from journey you can lear lots think. really everest one great trekking in the world..

Thank Jayram D
Reviewed 9 April 2018

Yes - the mountain looks magnificent, but personally feel that it's best viewed from Kala Pattar, the Cho La, or Gokyo Ri. Firstly you can't actually see the summit from Everest Base Camp: from thre you get a good view of the Khumbu ice-fall, and...More

Thank Alanyeti
Reviewed 3 April 2018

For me this was truly a ‘bucket list’ trip. Rising out of the smog of the Kathmandu Valley, the views that we had of the Himalayan mountain range on the day of our trio were superb. Passengers were seated only in window seats. Those on...More

Thank CDL2264
Reviewed 2 April 2018

We were told that everyone had a window seat and would be able to see the great scenery of the Himalayas. Yes, we did see the Himalayas, but not close. Those of us with A seats saw the Himalayas only from a distance. Those with...More

2  Thank Momplayinghookie
Reviewed 25 March 2018

Sagaramatha national park is in listed the site of world heritage in 1979. This national park is kingdom of wild life, Himalayan, Sherpa culture, traditional buddhist religion, climate many more. This is the area which is known as kingdom of the Sherpa people, too who...More

Thank SerkuS1
Reviewed 18 March 2018

Getting to Lukla and then planned overnight at Manjo, Namche Bazaar (2 nights), Tengboche, Dinghbochhe (2 nights) , Labuche, Gorakshep, Everest Base camp and Kalapattar - total 13 days is ideal trip Everest and Kalapattar trek. Do not haste, do not run when you are...More

1  Thank RameshHughes
Reviewed 7 February 2018

I started my trek from Phaplu,Then trekked to Namche( Takes about 5 days to reach Namche). Before many trekkers going to EBC started their trek from Jiri.

1  Thank mud h
Reviewed 3 February 2018 via mobile

Great climb on the snow and the views are so rewarding! But this is was not easy especially if you have altitude problems and never done long walks before.

1  Thank Anthony L
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Response from SilviaRocha | Reviewed this property |
It was not that crowded when I was there, just some parts, but not most of the time. I advise you to go. It is a lifetime experience. Hugs
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