The spectacular flight takes you to Lukla and the start of the Everest panorama trek to Namche Bazaar, the colorful center of Sherpa life (The place of Yeti and home of the Mount Everest), then you will continue trek to holy Tangboche monastery below the distinctive peak of nearby Amadablam and Everest. Your effort is rewarded by the stunning view of Everest rising behind the wall of Nupse & Lhotse. An awe inspiring panorama of Himalayan giants: Kwangde, Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtega and Thamserku etc.

On this classic first-timers Everest hike or trek through the legendary Khumbu Everest region, your senses come fully alive, and all the views are magical. But not only for its proximity to Mount Everest, but also for its friendly Sherpa people, picturesque villages, diverse ethno-cultures, colorful festivals and monasteries. As we attempt to understand the rich Sherpa culture, we soon enter an endless maze of woven stories and tales, including those of the mysterious yeti!

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This festival is celebrated at the monasteries of Tengboche, Thami and Chiwang right after the full moon of autumn. The monks with elaborate masks and costumes on, perform o series of ritualistic dances of the triumph of Buddhism over Bon the ancient animistic religion of Tibet. On the first  day of the festival, Lamas of the monastery pray in the courtyard. The second day, you can see the Lamas dancing with brocade gowns and wonderful painted paper-mouth masks. Hundreds of Sherpas from all over Khumbu attend the performance, as it is an important social occasion as well as an entertaining spectacle. Along with the serious and intricate dances the Lamas also dramatize two absurd comic sequences that make the entire performance a grand and amusing event. On the final evening of Mani Rimdu the villagers joint in an all-night Sherpa dance. We have following trips of kala pathar Everest base camp which allows you to grace festival at Tengboche.


Having known Prem & Maina Rai for over ten years, I cannot imagine better trekking guides. Whatever your desires for your trek, from the idlest, slow leisurely paced wanderings to the toughest challenges (if you wish to to the highest lake in the World, they will get you there!), they can meet them. They take wonderful care of you….with much laughter and enjoyment.
My last experience of travel with Prem & Maina was the trek to Everest Base Camp, November – December 2009. My companions were very fit but I had thought I would have to stay at Namche Bazaar, having had a hip replacement and arthritic knees, at the age of 66. But they were happy and confident that we would sing and dance on the Kalapathar peak 5545m and, thanks to their great spirits and competence, we did. And picnicked and took photos for four hours in the sun, overlooking Everest and watching distant avalanches! This was a tribute to their total care for every aspect of our well-being. We all stayed healthy with just one incidence of Altitude Mountain Sickness (which can just happen anytime); Prem has life saving skills to deal with this, and a mere half an hour of his garlic head Massage brought me round.
Both Prem and Mina, who have been practicing their skills for years at their clinic in Pokhara, are highly skilled in ayurvedic massage and, unbelievably, managed to include their massage oils in all the baggage they were carrying; we returned healthier in every respect, and I am sure it was a tribute to their skilled massage that I arrived home much fitter and with no need for painkillers! This is not to mention their skills in cooking (wherever lodge owners allow them in their kitchens), story telling, knowledge of flora and fauna, and Prem’s ability to rush over nearby peaks and bring back excellent photos of the wild life and dramatic footage.
Fortunate indeed are any trekkers who have Prem and Maina or either one of them alone, for their guide to the beauty and challenges of the Nepalese mountains.
Christine, Mathew & Chris G, London, 


DAY 01/Nov.15/09: Kathmandu – Lukla by flight and then trek to Chheplung 2660 m/3:30 hours.

DAY 02/Nov.16/09: Trek to Benkar 2630 m/5 hours,

DAY 03/Nov.17/09: Trek to Monjo 2840 m/4:30 hours,

DAY 04/Nov.18/09: Trek to Namche Bazzar 3440 m/7 hours.

DAY 05/Nov.19/09: Acclimatization day in Namche, visit to the Musium, joint at slight show, walk up to Everest view hotel and Khumjung village etc.

DAY 06/Nov.20/09: Trek to Tangboche 3860 m/7 hours,

DAY 07/Nov.21/09: Trek to Pangboche 3930 m/6 hours.

DAY 08/Nov.22/09: Trek to Dengboche 4360 m/5 hours.

DAY 09/Nov.23/09: Acclimatization day in Dengboche, day hike up to ridge beyond prayer flags, you have chance to great view of mountains and Imja tse valley include Makalu Mount.

DAY 10/Nov.24/09: Trek to Dughla 4620 m/4 hours.

DAY 11/Nov.25/09: Trek to Lobuche 4910 m/4 hours, then same day been up to the Moraine piles of rock northern side of Kmumbu glacier, awesome!

DAY 12/Nov.26/09: Trek to Gorakshep 5141 m/5 hours.

DAY 13/Nov.27/09: Summit day up to Kalapathar 5545 m/4 hours.

DAY 14/Nov.28/09: Trek to Lobuche 4910 m/4 hours,

DAY 15/Nov.29/09: Trek to Pheriche 4240 m/6 hours,

DAY 16/Nov.30/09: Trek to Pangboche 3930 m/4 hours,

DAY 17/DEC.01/09: Trek to Chhatyang kharka (Pokhara Guest House) 3570 m/7 hours.

DAY 18/DEC.02/09: Trek to Namche Bazzar 3440 m/4 hours,

DAY 19/DEC.03/09: Rest Day in Namche, had chocolate cakes, shoping at the Tibten market.

DAY 20/DEC.04/09: We had very good chance to see Everest Marathon held at Namche.

DAY 21/DEC.05/09: Visit to the Namche Local market then descend down to Monjo 2840 m/6 hours.

DAY 22/DEC.06/09: Trek to Phakding Phakding 2610 m/6 housrs,

DAY 23/DEC.07/09: Trek to Lukla 2830 m/6 housrs.

DAY 24/DEC.08/09: Fly for Kathmandu – transfer to Summit Hotel.

DAY 25/DEC.09/09: Kathmandu sightseeing, shopping, taking sauna and Massage etc..

DAY 26/DEC.10/09: Sightseeing, shopping and preparation for next day departure.

DAY 27/DEC.11/09: Transfer to International airport and departure Home.

"Please let me know if you are interested in any of these treks. I can help you arrange any treks or itineraries in Nepal. You can make any of these treks longer or shorter to fit your stay in Nepal."


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Prem Rai was born at a beautiful little hamlet called Sintup 7, Tamku of Sankhuwasabha. It is located in the area of Makalu Barun National Park the most remote north part of East Nepal. He is self employed Trekking guide since 1999. He has over decade of experienced about trekking and tour organizing in Nepal through the Himalaya. On 26 Feb, 2004, he had received an “A” grade Trekking Guide License by His Majesty’s Government of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation of Nepal.
“Feel open to contact him, whether you have any interest about Nepal and all related activities in tourism and adventures. He can help you arrange any treks and tours or itineraries in Nepal. You can make any of these trips longer or shorter to fit your stay in Nepal.".”
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