This luxury Everest trek has been designed to take you to some of the most stunning Sherpa villages within a short walking distance of Namche Bazaar – the Sherpa capital.
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Philanthropic or Corporate Social Responsibility trekking tours in Nepal
Our target is to help villages below the Everest region to develop so they can have a better future. This helps the business houses to participate in Philanthropic/Corporate Social Responsibility by giving back to the less fortunate communities in remote Nepal. This type of trip allows the participants to experience cultural immersion by going off the beaten tracks next to no tourists. It also offers the trekkers a very memorable experience with a feel-good factor.
We will be trekking in a pristine environment while enjoying pure, unspoiled areas of Nepal, and we will take immense care not to ruin the villages while keeping their beautiful culture intact. We will also get to see some big mountains such as Everest 8850m, Lhotse 8501 m, Makalu 8463 m, and Kanchenjunga 8586 m on clear days.
- Bring charity for various projects in the remote villages that are out of the tourist trail below Lukla. On the return flight, the airline does a mountain flight before bringing the group back to Kathmandu.
- Every six months, another group from Sponsor Company comes for a CSR trek (if possible, we can make other arrangements to provide a progress report) and checks on the previous projects’ progress.
- We will bring out rubbish from the villages, and the airlines we fly will bring out the garbage to Kathmandu.
- Have discussions with villagers to ask what help/priority aid is needed.
- Help women’s group from a village with funding. They collect membership fees, which give loans for interest. With the profit from the investments, they buy land to expand their local school, etcetera. A few years back, they offered all the money in their account to help a fellow woman get treatment for her failed kidneys.
- Women Empowerment.
- Help sponsor girls from low-income families to receive education in an excellent private school in Kathmandu. Have a plan to train bright students in the U.S, perhaps even providing them with employment with Sponsor Company.
- Pay for the installation of electricity to more impoverished families.
Day 02: Fly to Phaplu and drive to the trek starting point and walk for two hours to one of our staff’s village.
Day 03: to 7: Trek through some beautiful villages, forested area to the viewpoint, and retrace steps the same way.
- Boutique Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast
- Mentioned sightseeing.
- Fly to Phaplu and a chartered jeep to our starting point on day 2.
- Two men tent for the trekking part
- Expert Trek leader or hire Raj
- Trekking Chef
- 1 Assistant guide per 4 trekkers
- Trekking Chef’s assistants
- Porters to carry all camping gear, food, and equipment
- All meals on the trek – the best and healthiest food in the whole of the Himalayas.
- Toilet Tent.
From 3 years old to some in their 70s, most of our clients 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 adequately 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 offer further advice and assistance with purchasing new clothing or equipment.
If you have more questions, please check this article to reference equipment to pack or contact us.
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