- Trip Grade:Strenuous
Following the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and turning off to the least trodden trail to Amadablam Base Camp, this classic trip will let you follow the footsteps of those two heroes who had climbed Everest for the first time in 1953.
At times you will be in totally off the beaten path which is not even marked in the map which is the reason why this trip is very different than other conventional Everest itineraries.
The lodges you will be staying are built in a traditional manner and are the best in town in terms of facilities. Having your own private bathroom, comfortable beds with electric blankets, hygienic and varied meals in the middle of nowhere will enhance the experience of your trip.
Being in this mystical land of Sherpas, hearing the tale of yeti in the evening, learning about the Sherpa culture and Buddhism and to be greeted in the morning by the snow-capped mountains is an experience you will never forget throughout your life.