17 Nights 18 Days
The EBC Three High Passes Trek is an formidable journey that crosses three high mountain passes in the Khumbu location. It is combines with all of the highlights of the Everest region. The hiking is designed for people who are in shape as well as first-class and looking for the last experience inside the Nepal Himalayas. The trek is going via faraway valleys, villages, terraces, hills and passes along difficult peaks as well as the sensation.
The scenery alongside this path is stunning. You will encounter many towering mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam as well as many others. We will cross the Cho-la pass as well as loosen up at the beautiful Gokyo Lake. Himalayan human beings, their tradition as well as subculture. These 18days trip will amaze you throughout, in which you’ll also skip captivating Sherpa villages as well as Tibetan monasteries.
You’ll be able to see exclusive individual species in your trek. Some of them are Himalayan goat, Musk deer, Snow leopard, Pheasants, Lophophorus, Mountain hawk ,Snow duck amongst others. It is believed that the massive mystical creature, Yeti is determined in Khumbu place. You’ll be capable of see many bridges, monasteries with colorful Buddhist flags, as well as scribbles of prayers. Which gives life to the tough terrain of the mountains.
We can hike via beautiful Namche, Tengboche, Dingaboche and we will see other beautiful locations. We are able to come upon fascinating valleys. Like Khumb Area, Imja Area, Dusa Region. Khumjung-Khunde Valley, Gokyo Area, as well as Thame Valley. This could be an effort to let you see the captivating mountains from distinctive angles. Mount Everest (8848m), fourth maximum Lhotse (8516m), fifth maximum Makalu (8485m), 6th highest Cho-Oyu (8210m) and different just as lovely mountains in an effort to feast your eyes.
Join De Himalaya for a as soon as in an entire life enjoy. Our guides as well as porters will allow you to make this awesome trek safe, satisfied as well as informative as you want. Observe the footsteps of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. Sooner you get as close as feasible to Mount Everest.
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