Tilicho Lake Trek | Annapurna Circuit Trek
Tilicho lake is situated on highest elevation on 4920m. It is Massive, Gorgeous and Tremendous Lake. The trekking is combining Annapurna circuit and Tilicho Lake Thorong La Pass 5416m. It is an Authentic adventure, Wilderness Beautiful, Typical lifestyle and their cultures, Beuatiful natures and Unique landscapes, Many white snow peaks as Annapurna ranges of II, III, IV, I, South and Tilicho Peak Gangapurna etc, along Chame, Manang Village then Trekking end in Muktinath Jomsome by flight or by vehicle. It will be 12 to 15 Days perfect Itinerary in regional cost. We share you many more information about it plz feel free. Thanking...
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Everest region is popular destination for trekking, peak climbing, mountain expedition and Sherpa culture. The Everest region is on the top tourism destination in Nepal. Mount Everest(8,848m.) is the prime attraction of this trekking destination.
You can either walk following the trekking route used by the early Everest climbers or fly direct to Lukla airport from Kathmandu to get into the Shepa Land. Beside the world highest mountain peaks and beautiful landscapes, Everest region is famous for Sherpa people and their culture. The age-old monasteries, languages, festivals and rituals are the additional facts to attact the visitors from the globe.
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A Himalayan Journey: Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal
My amazing trek in the Himalayas of Nepal to Annapurna Base Camp at 13,550 feet.
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A Himalayan Journey: Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal
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14 Days Annapurna Base Camp
Day by Day Itinerary
Day 01: Your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport
Day 02: Fly to Pokhara; drive to Nayapul and trek to Tikhedhunga
Day 03: Trek to Ghorepani
Day 04: Hiking to Poonhill – back to Ghorepani, and trek to Tadapan.
Day 05: Trek to Chhomrong
Day 06: Trek to Dovan
Day 07: Trek to Deurali
Day 08: Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (Annapurna Sanctuary)
Day 09: Explore the Annapurna base camp and back to Dovan.
Day 10: Trek to Jhinu Danda.
Day 11: Trek to Pothana via Landruk
Day 12: Trek to Phedi and drive to Pokhara
Day 13: Drive back to Kathmandu by car / Van
Day 14: Final Departure
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The Complete Everest Basecamp Trek - Start to Finish
The complete journey, starting in Lukla then on to Phakding , Namche Bazaar , Tengboche , Dingboche , Lobuche , Gorak Shep and then finally the base camp of Mount Everest.
Trekking in Wild Marijuana Fields (NEPAL HIMALAYAS)
#nepal The trekking begins in Syapru Besi, Nepal. This is the starting point of the Langtang Valley trek. We are hiking through steep jungle covered valleys with fields of wild marijuana, crossing multiple suspension bridges, eventually reaching the village called Llama hotel.
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The Mountain | Everest Base Camp Trek | Documentary
There is no doubt: the best way to visit Nepal is on foot, with its networks of trails formed over centuries by porters, locals, and mountaineers. There lies a happy place, wandering from teahouse to teahouse, taking in the breathtaking beauty of 8000m peaks and the silence of a crystal clear sky.
If you have ever longed to walk in the shadows of the most magnificent mountains on Earth to finally see the top of the world from a stone’s throw away, this is the trek.
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Annapurna Base Camp
Annapurna Base Camp is a famous and appealing trekking option among the trekking fanatic and bestows superb views of the world’s 10th tallest mountain, Annapurna (8091 m). Trekking in Annapurna area also lets you observe bio-diversity and superb landscape of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal, and Nilgiri. This elating base camp is located at the altitude of 4130m and the trekkers will experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the local ethnic people living there from long years. Tremendous peak view, Ghorepani, sunrise from Poon Hill, natural hot spring of Jhinudanda well-liked glacier view, Gurung community in Ghandruk etc are the main attractions of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Trip Itineary
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1300m)
Day02: kathmandu to Pokhara Via fly or Via tourist bus.
Day 03: Pokhara to drive Nayapool and walk to Tikhedunga.
Day 04: Trek to Gorepani (2850m)
Day05: Trek to Tadapani (2650m)
Day06:trek to Chhumrung(1950)
Day 07: Chhomrong to Dovan (2580m)
Day 08: Doban to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m)
Day 09: Machhapuchhre Base Camp to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m)
Day 10: Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo (2310m)
Day 11: Bamboo to New Bridge or Jhinu Dada (1760m)
Day 12: Jhinu Dada to Naya Pul to Pokhara .
Day13: drive to back to kathmandu.
Day 14: Final Departure
Everest Base Camp Trek | 11 Night 12 Days Cost 1275 $
Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular in the world because Mt Everest is world highest mountain 8848m from sea level. It is 11 Night 12 days perfect Itinerary in regional cost of US$ 1275 per person. Main purpose of doing this trekking is authentic adventure, sleeping highest place on Gorakshep 5180m, Touching world highest Mountain base #everestbasecamp 5364m, Watching from nearest and best ever viewing of Mt Everest and many white snow peaks from highest elevation of Kalapatthar known (black rocks) 5545m. Massive viewing of Khumbu glacier and khumbu icefall.
Another Attraction is major Sherpa people lifestyle, their community, cultures, customs we can say Sherpa are inhabitant in Mountain life. They pretty strong enough to do mountaineering as climbing guide, climbing Sherpa and porters.
Trekking Route is along Kathmandu to Lukla by flight then trekking via Namche Bazar, Visit Khumjung Khunde Everest View Hotel, Tengboche Monastery, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, Everest Base Camp, Kalapatthar, Then return to via Namche Lukla. We provide excellent services in regional cost. Further information plz feel free and visit our below given website. Thanking...
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Rizzku Annapurna Base Camp Trip Dec 2018
26 Malaysians trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal on 04th Dec 2018. The trek was done via Poon Hill.
The Complete Everest Base Camp Trek 2020: 12 Days, 130km, 5,380m
The Complete Everest Base Camp Trek 2020: 12 Days, 130km, 5,380m (Complete Guide)
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Everest Base Camp Trek: The Logistics
Since Jeff and I were traveling and spent a month in Bali before our Everest basecamp trek, we were wildly unprepared for the trek. We did have base layers and some long sleeves, but not much else! However, it is good to know that you can find everything you need in Katmandu, Lukla or even higher, up to Namche Bazaar at 3,400m - however, it does get a little more expensive as you go up, of course.
We strongly recommend to rent sleeping bags and down jackets - we rented both of those for about $2.50 per day per person at the Kala Pattar shop in Thamel, Katmandu. We also bought the rest of our hiking gear, including hiking backpacks, hiking boots, gloves, hats, neck warmers, fleece-doubled hiking pants and warm socks at the same shop - the more you buy, the more you can haggle!
Aside from finding a good backpack to carry everything on your back, it is an absolute must that you also have an easy access bag, like a bumbag, for all those things you’ll be needing easy access to like your phone, chapstick, tissues, money, permits, snacks, camera, etc. We highlight recommend Eastpak products, and neither of us travel anywhere without their bumbags around our necks.
It is important to inform yourself and your group members about the effects of altitude and AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). Early symptoms from 2,500m can include a strong headache, and you need to stop climbing. Start descending immediately if you experience dizziness, shortness of breath while resting, nausea or exhaustion in addition to the headache. AMS can lead to HAPE (high altitude pulmonary oedema) or HACE (high altitude cerebral oedema), which are both life threatening, but usually only occur at very high altitude. Make sure to be aware and to follow the recommendations to avoid AMS, and don’t climb more than 500 meters a day above 3,000 meters. If you are feeling unwell, you can inform the lodge owners, they are very helpful and most can organize a helicopter rescue if needed.
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Everest Base Camp Trek: The Full Itinerary
Day 1 - Katmandu (4,593ft / 1,400m) - Lukla (9,334ft / 2,845m) to Phakding (8,563ft / 2,610m) to Monjo (9,301ft / 2,835m)
Trekking time: 3 hours from Lukla to Phakding + 3 hours from Phakding to Monjo. Total 6 hours
The trek to Everest base camp starts with a relatively nerve wracking flight, in the smallest plane we’ve ever taken - only 7 seats, and one flight attendant! You will be offered mints and cotton for your ears as the plane takes off from Katmandu and zigzags in between mountains to approach Tenzing–Hillary Airport in Lukla.
Tip: Make sure to seat on the plane’s left side for the best views of the Himalayas!
You will see Lukla’s famous short landing strip with its 11.7% gradient appear in front of you. While it can make you nervous, embrace the feeling of landing on the 500m strip, it will definitely be a good story to tell!
Once you get out of the plane, you will find yourself in the second smallest airport in the world. From there, grab your bag, and let’s head on the trek!
You should normally arrive early morning, before 8.30am, so you can be in Phakding for lunch.
Start walking on the path and enjoy the first 2 hours going downhill - how easy, you will think. Beware, as you will have to go up during the last 2 hours of the trek!
Stop in Phakding for lunch halfway, and continue another 3 hours of uphill hiking to Monjo, through beautiful sceneries with prayer wheels and suspended bridges where you can spend your first night.
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Nepal Adventure & Everest Base Camp Trek 2014
This is a video showing my Nepal Trip and Everest Base Camp Trek which was done with a group of Loughborough University students, from the UK.
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The video also includes my our trip of Chitwan Safari and touring around Katmandu
It was such an amazing experience and I hope to have more of them!
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尼泊爾 Nepal, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
Took my first trip ever to Nepal last Christmas, the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is considered an entry level trek for beginners, it isn't too physically demanding yet still provides some beautiful sceneries. Below are links to the companies that arranged our tour.
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Nepal Trekking (A simple guide) (Eng Sub) (My real experiences from Annapurna Base Camp Trek)
One and half months ago, I had been to Nepal. During my stay I trekked to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). In this video, I have tried to share my experiences from that trek which can be useful for you if you are planning to trek to Nepal.
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Upper Dolpo Nepal - Exploring The Hidden Tibet
Trek in Upper Dolpo Nepal - Circuit from Juphal through Phoksundo to Shey Gompa, Saldang, Shimen, Tinje and Charkha, then detour
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Heli Tour to Annapurna Base Camp with Adventure Dream Himalaya Treks
Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour is a short and fabulous trip to the lap of Annapurna Region, one of the world desirable destination by the Helicopter. You will fly over different forest, villages, rivers, cultivated terrains within 4 hours of a day ride at the best cost. Along with this, you can have a spectacular panoramic view of Dhaulagiri mountain, Machhapuchre mountain, Himchuli mountain, and Myriads. The destination, Annapurna Himalaya which will give meaning to your journey and provide an opportunity to explore Annapurna Base Camp within 4 hours of a day. This trip is comfortable for travelers of any age group and physical condition.
Annapurna Base camp trek is one of the most popular trekking in the country of Himalayas, Nepal. To do this trek you have to manage at least 8 days to 12 days along with the demand of this trek like physical condition, adequate preparation for trekking, readiness to walk in the Himalayas. Many people dream to perform this trek and explore the Basecamp but they cannot fulfill their dream due to the demands mentioned above or due to lack of time. In this case, this package can make your dream comes true in a short period of time without fulfilling such demands.
Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter charter tour package provided by Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition includes private pick up from the hotel and drop to the Hotel in Kathmandu and the tax for Airport departure. The arrangement of the additional services of your demand will be made by adding extra cost. We also make sure that the helicopters are maintained and equipped with an oxygen system with four to five liters cylinders, a regulator, and high tech top-out mask to provide immediate aid in case of emergencies.
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Traveling ALONE to Kathmandu Nepal
Traveling to Nepal? Then this video is for you!
Nepal is a land of the majestic Mount Everest and Himalayas, the birthplace of Buddha, one of only few countries in the world that has never been colonized.. Deep river valleys, highest mountains, unusual culture and friendly people – Nepal seems the ideal destination for challenge seekers..
One day I've packed my camera and stuff into a bag, booked a one way ticket, and went on adventure to find out where I truly belong..
And in this video I will share my first impression, tips and recommendations to make your trip to Nepal more comfortable and interesting.
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Kathmandu has often been by some as a flawless jewel in a unique setting. No other place in the world has the concentration of culture, art and tradition that exists in the Kathmandu valley (1300m.). Kathmandu is the crossroads for the many ethnic groups of Nepal and for visitors from all over the world every year. Nestled in the central hills of Nepal, Kathmandu is at once medieval and modern. The Kathmandu valley sprawls at the junction of two sacred rivers, Bagmati and Bishnumati. Just cross the Bagmati River to the south is Patan, on ancient city of temples, while Bhadgoon with its thousands of homes and temples shrines lies six miles to the east. More then two hundred years ago these three cities housed the Royal places of three different kingdoms that divided the valley palaces surviving today.
They say there are more temples than houses in Kathmandu valley in past. Great temples with heavily carved exteriors, massive white-domed Buddhist stupas and hundreds of smaller Buddhist chaityas small temples with low, ornate archways-and tiny temples containing once lone idol all are an integral pieces of the unique mosaic that is Kathmandu city. To really discover the Kathmandu valley you need to begin exploring from well beyond the city limits, and travel in from the outside of Nepal in order to touch its roots. Fortunately there are many very beautiful walks within the Kathmandu valley that combine cultural experience and natural heritage.