HIGH PASS TREK HIGH LIGHTS:
We have many trekking route in Everest region and high pass treking is one of the becoming popula for adventurious trekers.,among them Renjola,chola pass and khumbila pass trekking is quite adventurious but really beautiful with the different perspective view of Everest(8848m), Nupse(7993m), Lotse(8005m) and many other mountain. This trekking through the Renjo-la Pass (5360m) and the Cho-la Pass (5368m) is also called the High Passes Trekking in the Everest region, which offers you to see the glacier, lovely blue lakes and the wild ducks on the lake. It is without any doubts one of the most challenging and thrilling routes in this area but when ther is not that snow ,it will be easier though.
High pass Trekking makes you walk through Rhododendron and pine forests, rivers, Sherpa villages and Buddhist Monasteries from temperate to snow line regions. This destination is a totally off the beaten paths trek in Nepal and the way down from renjola you can see really old monasteries when you arrive thame ,which is made in 14th century and you can see many monks as well as the famous climber(aakpa Sherpa) home at Thame and the gentle path down to Namche bazaar.
DAY 1 : Pick from airport and transfer to the hotel.
DAY 2: Kathmandu sightseeing .
DAY 3: Fly from Kathmandu to lukla and hike up to phakding.
DAY 4: Trek from phakding to Namche Bazaar.
DAY 5: Rest day in Namche Bazaar
DAY 6: Trek from Namche to Tangbuche.
DAY 7: Trek from Tangbuche to Dingbuche.
DAY 8: Acclimatize at Dingbuche .
DAY9: Trek from Dingbuche to Chhukung.
DAY10: Trek from Chhukung via Khumbila pass and Labuche.
DaY 11: Trek from Labuche to Gorakshep and same day walk up to base camp and back to Gorakshep .
DAY 12: Weak up in the morning for sun rise from Kalapather without backpack and hide down to Jongla.
DAY 13: Trek from Jongla to Gokyo via Cholapass.
DAY 14; Weak up in the morning to see the really stunning view from Gokyo ri without backpack than after hike up to Renjola pass and down to Lugden.
DAY 15: Trek from Lugden to Thame.
DAY 16: Trek from Lugden to Monjo.
DAY 17: Trek from Monjo to Lukla .
DAY 18: Fly backto Kathmandu in the morning .
Safe holiday adventure gives a first priority to our guest service that is what making us today safe holiday adventure. For the city accommodation in Kathmandu we have been providing at list 3 star category hotel at location and also on request we can provide comfortable but cheap accommodation too for budget travelers.
During the trekking we provide standard guest house, calm environment and local healthy food for our guest.
There are so many different taste of food and international standard restaurants in Kathmandu where you can try your own taste of food and lots of choice. But in the trek mostly we can have Indian, nepali, continental, via menu especially each settlements provides Pasta, momo, soup items, potato item, rice, hot drink, cold drink etc.
What to take with you for trek:
As a guide myself since 14 years I give first priority to cloths which is most important in the cold mountain area. Equipment does matter to make your trek easy and comfortable. Carrying excessive quantity of trekking equipment doesn’t make your trip more interesting but the disadvantage. So, we request you to carry only selected and recommended iteams and we have our potential porters. Warm Clothes, Down Jacket, Trouser, T-shirt, Hiking Boot, Sunglasses, Sun cream, Knife, Walking Steak, day back pack, Head Light, Sleeping Bag etc. These are the equipment's which you most carry during the trek.
• Liner socks, Trekking shirts short sleeve,
• Thermal underwear, fleece sweaters lightweight,
• one heavier Easy drying long sleeved base layer shirts,
• Woolen blends trekking socks, pair trekking pants with zip off bottoms
• Down vest, wind/rain proof over layer - jacket and pants,
• Peak hat, headband, Warm winter hat, lightweight thermal layer hat,
• Pair gloves, down jacket,
• Pair down booties Great for keeping feet warm in tent and while sleeping and for in the tent. Pair flips flops, it is practice.
Best Season to Trek in Nepal:
Autumn (September - November) and Spring (March - May) is the best trekking season for the trekking and mountaineering in Nepal Because by that time the Weather is mostly clear and temperature is moderate which offers magic view of snow cap mountains and valley each day. Spring Season is such a beautiful time to see many different flowers, plants and rare animals especially Rhododendron flower along the way is the major attraction. Walking and trekking is also very suitable during this season.
Summer (June - August) and winter (December - February). This season provides a different scenic views each hours unpredictable weather ,heavy monsoon rainfall mostly in Annapurna region it is very much clear to trek around Mustang by summer time because of altitude you can skip the rain if you go those areas., so ,Everest, Langtang and Annapurna are always comfortable to trek even in winter season.
Experience & Fitness:
You should be fit enough to make those trekking because it is situated on quite high region however certain training like running, walking, exercising, balance diet all those things definitely will help to make it easily this trek.
Mountain sickness and Acclimatization:
Altitude sickness is a significant risk when trekking on any trails above about 2,500m. However good health, proper care and drinking plenty of water will definitely help you to prevent from altitude sickness. Every trekkers needs to be familiar with the heights so, for this we have life saving acclimatization days during the trek, peak climbing and expedition. We also provide certain medical support for your relief and emergency rescue through helicopter whenever guest require.
The trip to Nepal was a great experience. I organized the tour (10 days) with Santosh Gauli . Very good flexibility on his part to change the program to suit our needs (both of time and things to see). Santosh welcomed us at the airport and we have always followed the best. I was really happy for his organization of all the pro ... Read MoreView All Testimonials