Discover the real Nepal through a once-in-a-lifetime cultural event, the marriage of rural villagers. Meet people who are far from the touristic part of Nepal and get to know their culture.
Trek the Everest region
The trek itself will begin after a short, scenic flight to Lukla in the Khumbu region. Staying in locally run tea-houses along the way, you walk to the village of Phakding and Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital of the world.
The highlight of the trek is the monastery of Tengboche that offers an incredible panorama of Nuptse, Lhotse, AmaDablam, and of course, Everest! An additional bonus of the trek is that you might be able to meet up with one of the two remaining climbing Sherpas from the 53 Everest Expedition and Apa Sherpa, the record holder for the most number of summits of Everest.
Note – Flight to Lukla and back can be delayed or canceled due to poor visibility. We ask you to have a buffer days of few days in case your flight to Lukla is affected.
Day 01: Arrive in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu. Briefing for the trek.
Day 02: In the morning we have a walking tour of Ason (an old spice market), and walk through the busy streets of Kathmandu or Drive To Mulkot, depending on availability of direct flight from Kathmandu.
Day 03: We fly to Lukla (2,800m) and start our trek.
Day 04: We follow the Dudh Koshi River, crossing a suspension bridge on the KyasharKhola, and pass through Monjo (2,840m).
Day 05: We rise early and climb for views of Mt. Everest, with time to look through the Sherpa museum and cultural center.
Day 06: Trek to Thame (3,700m), where we will stay in a lodge owned by Apa Sherpa, who holds the world record of 12 successful ascents of Everest.
Day 07: Trek to Khumjung (3,790m), where we enjoy afternoon tea in the highest bakery in the world.
Day 08: Trek to Deboche, passing the famous Tengboche Monastery (3,790m).
Day 09: Trek to Pangboche (3,860m), crossing the ImjaKhola on a suspension bridge, and walking through rhododendron forests, and passing many stone carved walls.
Day 10: Trek to Kyangjuma (3,700m), a tiny village near Sanasa. Here we will be staying in a lodge owned by a two-time Everest summiteer.
Day 11: Passing back through Namche Bazaar and, after the long downhill stretch, we follow the turbulent Dudh Koshi River back to Monjo (2,840m), where it meets the KyasharKhola.
Day 12: After enjoying a pleasant walk through the densely populated area between Phakding and Lukla, we finally relax over a drink to celebrate your achievement and absorb the beautiful experiences you’ve shared as a group.
Day 13: Flight to Manthali and drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 14: In the morning we have a walking tour of Ason (an old spice market), and walk through the busy streets of Kathmandu.
Day 15: International departure
Am I too young or old?
Most of our clients, from 3 years old to some in their 70s, have done, and completed their treks with almost no exercise or training.
Do you offer hotel/airport pick-up?
We offer hotel and airport pick-up. As you continue with your booking, there will be an option to input flight details or hotel name.
Do I need a Visa?
A visa for Nepal can be acquired on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu and at border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on the Nepal-India border and Kerung on the Nepal-China border.
Outside of Nepal, A visa can also be obtained at the nearest Nepal Embassy or Diplomatic Mission.
For more information go to the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu.
What should I bring on a Trek?
Being properly equipped is one of the keys to a successful trek. For information to help you select the best type of clothing and equipment for your trip, please see our Clothing and Equipment Guide.
Also, see our Links page for details of specialist retailers who will be able to offer further advice and assistance with purchasing new clothing or equipment.