Instant Everest Trek

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  • Destination:Nepal
  • Total Duration:11
  • Start Point:Kathmandu
  • End Point:Kathmandu
  • Trip Grade:Moderate
  • Max Elevation:3860 m/ 12,664 ft
  • Accommodation:Hotels and lodges
  • Transportation:Flights/Cars
  • Max Group Size:2 to 15 pax
  • Best Time:March/April/May and September/October/November/December
  • Trip Code:ITE100

Trip Highlights

Discover the mystical charm of Kathmandu. Explore ancient temples, vibrant markets and rich cultural heritage in this enchanting city.
Indulge in the utmost comfort of our deluxe rooms at Kathmandu Guest House, offering modern amenities and serene ambiance for a perfect stay.
A scenic mountain flight from Ramechap to Lukla offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan landscape, making your journey an unforgettable experience.
Experience meticulous attention to detail, ensuring your safety, comfort and satisfaction throughout the trip.
Carefully curated food options and the finest hand-picked lodging arrangements.
Immerse yourself in the rich Sherpa culture and enjoy their warm hospitality.
Visit a Sherpa home and savor traditional treats such as potato bread and Sherpa butter tea.
Hike to Everest View Hotel for the best views of Everest and the surrounding mountains.
Visiting the villages of Sherpa Mountaineers.
Visit the Sherpa Mountaineering Museum at Namche Bazaar.

Overview

Embark on a captivating journey with Mystic Himalaya Trekking, where the essence of Sherpa culture and the majestic beauty of Everest unfold in a short span. The exhilarating plane ride to Lukla provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the Himalayas, setting the stage for a remarkable adventure. As you touch down in Lukla, the awe-inspiring mountain vistas will capture your gaze.

Navigate through rustic Lukla village and traverse charming settlements nestled beneath towering mountains. Our accommodations prioritize comfort, creating a homely atmosphere to enhance your overall happiness. Explore the mystical realm where Khumbila, the Khumbu God, bestows greatness upon the Khumbu valley. Legend has it that Guru Rimpoche sanctified this land,  foreseeing future difficulties for Tibetans.

This thoughtfully crafted itinerary offers a brief yet majestic glimpse of Everest and its surroundings, ensuring comfort and heightened pleasure. Feel the cool Himalayan breeze, witness fluttering prayer flags, spin prayer wheels, and breathe in the distinct aroma of incense with the Buddhist prayer “OM MANI PADME HUM” resonating each morning and evening. This journey promises a transcendental experience, etching unforgettable memories as you immerse yourself in the local culture within a condensed time frame.

 

Typical Day with Mystic Himalaya Trekking

Our trekking day commences with a morning delivery of tea, coffee, or hot chocolate to your room by our Sherpas. This is followed by a warm washing water bowl brought to your room. Then you will have a time to organize, packing essential items for the day into your day pack, including sunglasses, sunscreen, sun hat, mobile phone, camera, cash, passport, rain jacket, rain pant, day pack cover, fleece jacket, water bottle, and optional snacks. Once organized, leave your duffel bag outside your room for collection and packing by our staff. We will give you an hour to prepare your duffel bag, and breakfast will be served in the main dining hall.
Our breakfast begins with hot porridge with milk and honey, accompanied by tea or coffee. This is followed by your choice of eggs with bread, butter, and jam. While you enjoy your breakfast, our porters head to the next campsite, aiming to reach it before the group. After breakfast, we recommend some stretching before hitting the trail. Ensure you haven't left anything in the lodge by thoroughly checking your room before departure, although our staff also conducts a final check. Our lead assistant guide will call "Zoom Zoom" in Nepali, meaning 'Let’s Go,' and we embark on a scenic stroll under the care of our reliable staff.
After approximately 4 hours of walking, we pause for lunch amidst nature's beauty, offering breathtaking mountain views. Due to the high elevation in the Everest Region, most days involve lunch and camping due to rapid elevation gain. If the day is longer, we trek for 2 to 3 hours after lunch before checking into our lodge to rest. At 4 pm, tea is served with biscuits. A bowl of warm washing water is also provided in the afternoon, either before or after tea. Spend time with the group or our staff, listening to their stories. Dinner is served at 6:30 pm, beginning with a hot bowl of soup with snacks, followed by the main course and dessert. Hot drinks are offered five times a day to ensure you stay adequately hydrated. After dinner, our staff provides hot water bags to keep you warm during the night and refills your water bottle. This concludes our day.

Useful Info

Your stay in Kathmandu will be at the prestigious Kathmandu Guest House, offering deluxe rooms on a bed and breakfast basis. If you opt for a single room, inquire about a single supplement.

Anticipate a remarkable experience at carefully selected lodges during the Instant Everest Base trek. The lodges maintain high hygiene standards and provide a diverse menu.

Meals on the trek follow a three-course pattern (starter, main course, and dessert), ensuring a balanced diet. With breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared with attention to quality and hygiene.

Our organized vehicular transportation is reliable and punctual. Be prepared for potential flight delays due to weather conditions during domestic flights in Nepal.

Your trip leaders bring over 20 years of experience, providing a wealth of knowledge. They undergo rigorous training in wilderness first aid under the guidance of Dr. Jim Duff. Friendly, well-mannered, and proficient in English.

Porters are the backbone of trekking, and we take good care of them with fair incentives. Medical insurance is provided to all our staff.

Please take good care of the provided sleeping bags and down jackets. Once damaged, they become unusable. Given their expense, any damages may result in you paying the full amount.

Practice good hygiene. Wash hands before meals with soap or use sanitizer. Maintain a clean and healthy trek.

Walk in a single file on the trail, being considerate when encountering others. Give space to fellow trekkers, porters, and animals. Ensure you are not standing on the cliff side but on the wall side.

Secure your personal belongings. Lock your room when away, and double-check that everything is inside.

Kathmandu offers trekking gear shops where you can buy genuine items or reasonably good-quality locally made gear.

Promptly communicate any health concerns, especially related to altitude sickness, to your guide. This minimizes the risk of serious health issues.

Protect your body from the cold wind, particularly at higher elevations, to prevent altitude-related issues.

Tipping at the end of the trip is appreciated. If you need guidelines, feel free to inquire for recommendations.

Enjoy your trek, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns during your adventure!

Explore the rich Sherpa culture by visiting the Khumbu capital of Namche Bazaar. Witness spectacular mountain views, including Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and many more, all in a short period of time.

Detail Itinerary

Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our trip leader or office representative will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. In the early afternoon, we will distribute your essential trek gear, including the duffel bag, sleeping bag, inner liner, and down jacket. Following this, a comprehensive trek briefing will be provided. We recommend an early bedtime tonight as tomorrow will kick off with an early start.
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Today's itinerary promises an enriching experience as we embark on a captivating half-day sightseeing tour in the morning, delving into the medieval charm of Bhaktapur. Renowned for its profound religious and cultural heritage, Bhaktapur showcases ancient arts, rich religious values, cultural traditions, architectural marvels, and sculptures, offering a glimpse into its vibrant history akin to an open-air museum.

Following a substantial breakfast, we bid farewell to the comfort of Kathmandu Guest House and set out for our sightseeing adventure. Amidst our exploration, we'll pause for a delightful lunch, immersing ourselves further in the local flavors and culture.

After lunch, our journey continues with a scenic drive through ancient towns like Banepa and Dhulikhel, treating us to picturesque vistas along the way. As the day draws to a close, we anticipate a 3.5-hour journey to Mulkot, where our overnight sanctuary awaits at Kwality Beach Resort. Nestled along the serene banks of the Sunkoshi River, the resort offers a tranquil escape, complemented by complimentary access to swimming pool and sauna facilities for guests.

Tonight, unwind in the comfort of our private AC cottage room at Kwality Beach Resort, promising a restful and enjoyable retreat amidst nature's embrace. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Our day begins with an early rise at 4 am as we make our way to Ramechap airport for a scenic flight to Lukla. The 20 to 25-minute journey treats us to breathtaking mountain views, including the majestic Mount Everest. Upon touchdown in Lukla, our trekking staff takes charge of our luggage while we savor tea or coffee in a Mountain Lodge, soaking in the sights of planes landing and taking off. It's a perfect opportunity to acquaint ourselves with the staff accompanying us throughout the trip.

As we disembark in Lukla, the mesmerizing beauty of nature unfolds, with Mount Kongde gracing the forefront and the formidable Chatrala Pass in the backdrop. Lukla, a quaint town reliant on tourism, bustles with lodges, cafes, trekking shops, and local tea stalls. After refreshing drinks and organizing our gear, from the duffel bag to our daypack, we set off on our trek, traversing through the vibrant Lukla town. At the village's end, an entry point check post awaits, where our staff assists in obtaining the TIMS Card and Trek Permit—keep your passport handy for this process. With permits secured, our trail descends through enchanting rhododendron and oak trees.

The route takes us through the upper section of Chawrikharka Village, offering picturesque views of farmlands, vibrantly decorated houses, and stupas. Along the way, we encounter Mani Stones, Mani Walls, and prayer wheels—significant religious monuments in Buddhism. Spinning the prayer wheel clockwise and walking in the same direction is believed to bring good luck to the doers and all sentient beings. Passing through several villages, the trek unveils breathtaking mountain views.

Upon reaching Choplung Village, the sacred Mount Khumbila unfolds before us, standing as the most revered mountain in the Khumbu Valley for the Sherpas. The picturesque Dudh Koshi River gracefully flows down the valley, creating a captivating scene. This setting provides an ideal opportunity for some picture time to capture the beauty.

Post Thado Khosi, our trail ascends steeply, albeit for a brief period, leading us to Ghat Village where we will spend the night at Everest Lodge. This village offers a serene and peaceful atmosphere, providing a pleasant overnight stay. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)
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*Relax in a cozy room complemented by an adjoining private bathroom for added comfort and convenience.*

Our trek starts with a spin of the prayer wheel at the monastery, invoking blessings for our journey ahead. Guided by the gleaming white stupa, we follow the trail adorned with Mani Walls and Mani Stones, leading us towards the picturesque Phakding village. Along the way, we pass through enchanting forests of blue pine and rhododendron, particularly mesmerizing during the spring bloom.

Traversing the Dudh Koshi river multiple times via thrilling suspension bridges adorned with colorful prayer flags, we encounter porters ferrying supplies to Namche Bazaar. The rhythmic flow of the river accompanies us as we continue through the river valley, offering glimpses of snow-capped peaks like Kusum Kangaru and Thamserku.

Crossing the Dudh Koshi river at Benkar, we're treated to breathtaking vistas before arriving at Monjo, where we break for a delicious lunch. Afterward, we take some time to explore the charming sidewalks of Monjo village before settling in for the night at Mount Kailash Lodge. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

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*Relax in a comfortable room with an adjoining private bathroom for added convenience.*

A brief stroll leads us to the entry point of Sagarmatha National Park, where we present our trek permit to the National Park officials. Descending steeply, we cross a suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi, arriving at the quaint village of Jorsale. Another suspension bridge awaits after Jorsale, marking the confluence of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers. Here, a high suspension bridge leads us to a steep climb with switchbacks, offering the first viewpoint of majestic Mount Everest. Weather permitting, we may catch a glimpse of the world's highest peak.

From this vantage point, Namche Bazaar is merely 1.5 hours away, guiding us through a picturesque forest of pine and rhododendron. Namche Bazaar, a bustling trading hub and the capital of the Khumbu region, holds a rich history of Tibetan traders crossing the nearby border to sell their goods at the Namche market. While the market is now limited to local merchants, Namche retains its vibrant atmosphere. Across the valley to the southeast, the towering peaks of Thamserku and Kangtega provide a breathtaking backdrop.

Upon reaching Namche Bazaar, we'll enjoy lunch before embarking on an afternoon exploration of the Sherpa museum. This museum offers a glimpse into the traditional Sherpa lifestyle and boasts a captivating photography display by a local Nepalese naturalist. It serves as a treasure trove of insights into Sherpa culture, showcasing climbing history and featuring photographs of mountaineers, especially those who have summited Everest. After our museum visit, we return to our cozy retreat for the night at Hotel Namche. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

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*Unwind in a spacious and inviting room, complete with an electric blanket for added warmth. This cozy retreat features an adjoining private bathroom for enhanced comfort and convenience.*

Nestled in the lap of nature, Namche Bazaar offers an unrivaled 360-degree panorama of the surrounding mountains, creating an amphitheater-like landscape that captivates all who behold it. Whether you're embarking on a trek to the Everest View Hotel, exploring the Thame Valley, or simply strolling through Namche Bazaar, this town promises to enchant you with its breathtaking beauty. Conveniently situated in the heart of town, our hotel provides easy access to the area's best bakeries and lively bars, where travelers from all walks of life come together.

After a hearty breakfast, we set out on an easy stroll to the Everest View Hotel for unparalleled views of Mount Everest. Our trail winds through the Namche monastery and lush juniper trees, offering ample opportunities to pause and immerse ourselves in the natural beauty surrounding us. The crisp mountain air, infused with the scent of junipers, invigorates our senses as we make our way to the Syangboche airstrip. A short ascent brings us to a vantage point where Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Khumbila, and other majestic peaks unfold before us in all their splendor. Continuing along the trail, we reach the Everest View Hotel, perched on a ridge top, offering uninterrupted vistas of the Himalayas. Here, we indulge in hot beverages and delectable snacks, savoring the mesmerizing beauty that surrounds us. Don't forget to bring some cash for these delightful treats. After soaking in the views, we descend back to Namche Bazaar, where you can unwind, explore the shops, or sample some of the local bakeries. Overnight at Hotel Namche. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)
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*Unwind in a spacious and inviting room, complete with an electric blanket for added warmth. This cozy retreat features an adjoining private bathroom for enhanced comfort and convenience.*

We bid farewell to Namche Bazaar, savoring one last glimpse of the towering Mount Kongde, which commands the skyline with its majestic presence. As we depart from our hotel, our trail descends alongside a stream fed by natural spring water, where vibrant Buddhist prayer wheels spin effortlessly, carrying our prayers heavenward with the force of the elements. The sacred mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum" resonates throughout the valley, imbuing it with a mystical energy that benefits all sentient beings.

Descending further, we pass by rustic tea houses that provide accommodations for porters en route to Everest Base Camp. Approaching the Namche checkpoint, we may need to present our TIMS card before continuing our journey. Continuing through enchanting pine and rhododendron forests, we relish occasional glimpses of the Everest, bidding it farewell for now as we descend deeper into the valley.

Crossing the high bridge over the Dudh Koshi, we arrive at the confluence of two rivers: the Dudh Koshi from Nepal and the Bhote Koshi from Tibet. These two rivers merge into one, eventually flowing down to the Ganges in India, nurturing countless lives along the way. Following the course of the Dudh Koshi, we traverse suspension bridges and reach the Sagarmatha National Park entry point at Monjo Village, where we present our trek permit and TIMS card to the officials.

Leaving Monjo behind, our trail undulates with spectacular mountain views until we reach Phakding village, where we stop for lunch. Afterward, we continue our journey, crossing another suspension bridge and passing through the picturesque Phakding village. The trail continues to undulate until we reach Ghat, where we spend the night at Everest Lodge. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)
Your Accommodation Tonight
*Relax in a cozy room complemented by an adjoining private bathroom for added comfort and convenience.*

Today's journey is leisurely, with a short hike leading us to Lukla, where we aim to arrive by lunchtime. Embracing a later start, we embark on our trail, beginning with a gentle descent through stone-fenced farmlands, adorned with vibrant greenery. Along the way, we pass quaint tea shops, offering moments of respite and refreshment.

Continuing from Ghat, our path undulates, guiding us through picturesque villages, each exuding its own charm. As we approach the edge of Chawrikharkha village, the trail ascends steeply amidst oak and rhododendron trees, accompanied by gradual inclines. Eventually, we arrive at the final checkpoint in Lukla, where we present our permits one last time.

Passing through the Lukla gate, we enter the rustic and enchanting Lukla village, a bustling town teeming with a blend of local residences, lodges, trekking shops, and quaint eateries. Our lodge, conveniently located near the Lukla airstrip, offers easy access for our departure to Ramechap the following day.

After indulging in a satisfying lunch, we settle into our lodge, relishing the opportunity to rest our weary feet and luxuriate in a rejuvenating hot shower. The evening is reserved for a heartfelt farewell dinner, allowing us to express our gratitude and bid farewell to our dedicated staff until our paths cross again. Overnight at La Villa Resort. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)
*Immerse yourself in the exhilarating spectacle of planes gracefully landing and taking off from Lukla airport, all from the comfort of our lodge. Our cozy rooms, complete with attached bathrooms, offer a welcoming retreat, complemented by the warmth of a charming dining hall.*

We will rise early to catch our morning flight. After a quick breakfast, we head to the airport. Your guide will keep you informed about the flight timing and any schedule changes. Please be patient as flight timings may be subject to delays, primarily due to weather conditions. The flight to Ramechap is short and scenic, lasting about 20 to 25 minutes. Our staff will assist in getting your luggage to Lukla airport.
Upon reaching Ramechap, our vehicle will be ready to take us back to Kathmandu, a scenic 4.5-hour drive. We will stop for lunch at Dhulikhel on the way and continue the journey to Kathmandu. In the evening, we will gather for a farewell dinner. Overnight at Kathmandu Guest House. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)
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*Indulge in our Deluxe Room, offering a heightened level of comfort and luxury for an exceptional stay.*

Today marks the end of your trip to Nepal according to our itinerary. However, if you wish to extend your stay and explore more of Nepal, there are plenty of adventure and holiday activities to consider. You can opt for white water river rafting, embark on a Chitwan Jungle Safari, visit Pokhara to experience Himalayan holiday resorts, or explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, all conveniently located. Enjoy your last night at Kathmandu Guest House with breakfast included.
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*indulging in the comfort and luxury of our Deluxe Room for a memorable stay.*

Leaving behind the cherished memories of the trek and the overall experience in Nepal, it's time to depart for Kathmandu International Airport for your homeward-bound flight. Our office representative will meet you at your hotel and ensure a smooth transfer to the airport. Wishing you safe travels and looking forward to seeing you again in the future!

Cost Includes

    • Arrival and departure transportations
    • 3 nights’ twin/double sharing accommodation at Kathmandu Guest House on a bed and breakfast basis
    • Welcome dinner in a traditional Nepali restaurant
    • Trek Briefing
    • Trek Map
    • Half-day Bhaktapur sightseeing tour with a city guide
    • Scenic drives from Kathmandu to Ramechap and vice versa
    • Accommodation and lunch, dinner and breakfast at Kwality Beach Resort in Mul Kot.
    • Domestic flights from Ramechap to Lukla and Lukla to Ramechap
    • Your trip leaders flight from Ramechap to Lukla and  Lukla to Ramechap
    • Sagarmatha National Park Trek Permit
    • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) card
    • Knowledgeable and Friendly, English-speaking Trekking Guide
    • Sherpas to assist you during the trek
    • Reliable porters to carry your duffel bags
    • All meals during the trek, including morning tea/coffee, 3-course breakfast, 3-course lunch, afternoon tea/coffee with biscuits, and 3-course dinner
    • Warm washing water in the morning and in the afternoon
    • Twin-sharing lodges along the trail with en suite and communal toilet facilities
    • Comforting and rejuvenation complimentary hot shower
    • Free use of -20-degree Mountain Hardware down sleeping bag, down jacket, and inner liner
    • Hot water bag for warmth at higher elevations
    • Boiled and filtered drinking water
    • Toilet rolls
    • Complimentary Mystic Himalaya Trekking duffel bag
    • Comprehensive first aid medical kit
    • All staff insurance
    • Farewell dinner

Cost Excludes

• Costs associated with your international flights to and from Nepal
• Visa fees for entry to Nepal
• Visa extension costs
• Costs of medical examinations, vaccinations and any required medications
• Bar bills, laundry, telephone calls, and any other personal expenses
• Battery charging fees for electronic devices in the trek
• Extra expenses incurred if the trip is aborted due to health or personal issues
• Tipping at the end of the trip for the trek staff
• Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu
• Costs associated with personal clothing and trekking equipment
• The cost of travel insurance
• Costs associated with optional activities like White Water River Rafting, Chitwan Jungle Safari, and Pokhara relaxation tour
• Charges incurred due to flight delays or cancellations beyond Mystic Himalaya's control
• Helicopter rescue expenses in case of an emergency
• Anything not explicitly mentioned in the trip cost included list

Equipments

Items Provided by Mystic Himalaya Trekking:

1. Sleeping Bag:
- Free use of Mountain Hardware sleeping bag rated for -20 temperature.

2. Down Jacket:
- Free use of Mountain Hardware down jacket rated for -20 temperature.

3. Inner Liner:
- Free use of thick inner liner to provide extra warmth during your sleep.

4. Duffel Bag:
- Complimentary, waterproof Mystic Himalaya Trekking Duffel bag.

5. Hot Water Bag:
- Free use of a hot water bag to keep your body warm during the night.

6. Washing Bowl:
- Free use of a washing bowl with warm water provided twice a day during the trek.

7. Fresh Towel:
- Free use of a hot towel provided during lunch and dinner.

Personal Equipment Checklist:

1. Trekking Trousers:
- Two pairs should be enough.

2. T-Shirt:
- Two easy-dry half t-shirts.

3. Warm Thermal Underwear:
- Suitable for cold weather.

4. Fleece Jacket:
- To provide additional warmth.

5. Mid Layer Jacket:
To provide additional warmth.

6. Towel:
- Bring a small towel for personal use.

7. Wet Wipe:
- Useful for refreshing yourself during the trek.

8. Underwear:
- 3 pairs of underwear.

9. Waterproof Jacket and Pant:
- For protection against rain.

10. Rain Poncho:
- A poncho for added rain protection.

11. Day Pack Rain Cover:
- To keep your daypack dry.

12. Sturdy High Ankle Trekking Boots:
- Provide ankle support.

13. Trekking Socks:
- Three pairs of trekking socks.

14. Hat:
- Warm beanie for cold days and a sun hat for sun protection.

15. Buff:
- A versatile accessory for various uses.

16. Gloves:
- Warm gloves.

17. Sunglasses with UV Protection:
- Essential for eye protection.

18. Prescription glasses:
- If required.

19. Sunscreen:
- High SPF sunscreen.

20. Chap Stick:
- To prevent dry lips.

21. Water Bottle:
- Bring a water bottle that tolerates heat.

22. Flashlight with extra batteries.

23. Mobile :
- A signal on the trail is very spotty.

24. Camera (Optional):
- If you want to capture memories.

25. Mobile and camera charger

26. First Aid Kit:
- Include prescribed medications, bandages, pain relievers, antibiotics, lozenges, cold tablets, vitamin C, and altitude sickness medication.

27. Trekking Poles:
- For stability and support.

28. Backpack:
- 30 to 40 liters for your personal items.

29. Passport:
- Ensure you have your passport.

30. Cash:
- Carry some local currency for expenses.

31. Notebook and Pen (Optional):
- For personal notes.

32. Books to Read (Optional):
- If you enjoy reading.

33. Toiletries:
- Toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap, nail clippers.

34. Binoculars (Optional):
- For bird watching or distant views.

Be well-prepared and enjoy your trek with Mystic Himalaya Trekking!

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For anyone considering doing a Nepal tour, we highly recommend Binoy Rai, the owner of Mystic Himalaya Trekking and Expedition. We were really impressed by the efficiency, courtesy and the caring attitude demonstrated by Binoy in handling all our questions in such an easy manner. We highly recommend them for any future travelling prospects.
juanofdbucketliz,
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I completed the Everest Base Camp trek with my wife and two great friends in October 2018. The trip was amazing with some of the best scenery on the planet. The Nepalese people are wonderful and so welcoming to visitors. Our trip and itinerary was perfectly put together by Binoy and the team at Mystic Himalaya and the trek superbly guided by Chogyal. This was my second EBC trek organized by Binoy and we’re already planning our return in 2020 to explore the Annapurna region. I highly recommend Mystic Himalaya Trekking and look forward to my next trek with them.
549scottw,
Sunshine Coast, Australia

Amazeballs

After my husband's 12 years of incessant nagging, I finally agreed to trek to Everest Base Camp. Having kept in contact with Binoy from his last trek 16 years ago, we had the privilege of trekking with Mystic Himalaya. The professionalism and care shown by the Mystic team was outstanding. From the moment we were picked up from the airport, to the moment we were dropped back, we were completely taken care of. Everything was so well organised, and our trekking crew, Chogyal, Pemba, Buddhi and Sujan were fantastic, every step of the way. We will definitely be back.
TryhardTravelBug,

Wonderful trip to Nepal

We recently went on a trek and tour with Mystic Himalaya Trekking. It was one of the most adventurous and fun trips we have ever been on. One of the owners and our trekking guide named Binoy was the absolute best. I can’t even begin to say how informative he was about the area and how he attended to our every need. He has his own personal crew that hauled our bags and they cooked all our meals. They were so delicious. I would recommend anyone considering going on a trek to Nepal to check them out. I can’t imagine anyone else could be better than they were. Thanks for a memorable and amazing trip.
Brad and Vicki Godfrey,

Absolutely the best Nepal Guides

My son and I had the privilege of trekking with Pranoy and Pemba in the Mustang district, and it was an amazing experience. What sets the Mystic Himalaya experience above other treks is the depth of cultural knowledge and history that the guides have to offer. In addition to breathtaking scenery, we got a fascinating look at the history, architecture, and culture of that region, presented by a guide who is articulate and very well-educated in his field. And let's talk about logistics. We managed to hit the tail end of the monsoon season and got a LOT of rain. With limited time (only one week), our Plan A was to fly to Jomsom and start trekking there. Since planes weren't flying (and didn't for 3 more days), Pranoy got us a driver. We drove for a day and were halted by a massive landslide. Pranoy came up with a new itinerary, and we got some spectacular hiking on our way to Jomsom. With each new "obstacle," Pranoy came up with a new plan and we had a superb trek. We were joking that we went through Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, etc. and were on Plan E by the end. Every bit of it was gorgeous and a lot of fun! With all of those changes, we felt safe and extremely well cared-for. Food was excellent -- supervised and sometimes prepared by Pemba. Accommodations were very comfortable and exceeded expectations. Best of all, Pranoy stayed in constant communication with locals and other guides to ensure our safety every step of the way. With this team, you are working with real professionals that have guided for National Geographic. I wouldn't trek with anyone else -- they are the best!
Lisa,

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