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    At a Glance

    • Destination
    • Durations
      14 days
    • Trip Difficulty
    • Activities
    • Accommodation
    • Meals
    • Mx.altitude
    • Group Size
      Min. 1 Pax
    • Best Time
      March - May & Sept - Dec

    Message Regarding flight to/from Lukla

    During the peak trekking season (March-May and September-November ), all the Lukla flights will be held via Manthali Airport in Ramechhap due to the traffic congestion at Tribhuvan International Airport.

    Trip Overview

    Everest Base Camp Short Trek leads you to one of the most popular destinations in Nepal, the Everest Base Camp. This short trek of fourteen days takes you through the spectacular Khumbu Region to the base camp of the world's tallest mountain, Mount Everest. This is supposed to be one of the most beautiful multi-day hikes in the world. The trail goes alongside the Dudh Koshi River, the lifeline of the tiny Sherpa villages en route.

    Nestled under the mighty snow-covered peaks these villages introduce you to the indigenous culture and lifestyle of the Sherpas. A walk to the base of the world's highest mountain, an insight into a rich mountain culture, and a chance to walk close to 7000 and 8000-meter peaks- Everest Base Camp Short Trek, we tell you is one incredible adventure.

    Everest Base Camp Short Trek begins with a flight to Lukla's Tenzing Hillary Airport from either Kathmandu or Ramechhap. The airport perched on top of a mountain serves as the main access point to enter the Khumbu Region. For the first couple of days, you follow the Dudh Koshi River valley making numerous river crossings over suspension bridges.

    Namche Bazaar, the capital of the Sherpa homeland, is your first acclimatization stop. After spending an extra day hiking to one of the highest hotels in the world and enjoying panoramic views of Ama Dablam, Mount Everest, and other giants, you hit the trail again and continue your journey. Crossing Tengboche and Debuche, you reach Dingboche your second halt for acclimatization. From this point on you will be walking above the treeline. With jagged mountains looming close to the trail you walk along a barren landscape filled with boulders and stubby grasses.

    The last settlement on the trail is Gorak Shep, which sits on a dried and sandy lakebed. From here you will hike to your final destination Everest Base Camp and reach the highest point of your trek Kala Patthar. While the trail is not that challenging the high altitude and the lack of oxygen makes the trek difficult. However acclimatizing properly, maintaining a slow and steady pace, and keeping yourself hydrated will get you there in good time.

    Our experienced guide will always be there to lend support in case of an emergency. You also won't have to worry about booking accommodation and meals(breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek as we will take care of it. With all the logistical details taken care of you can simply enjoy your walk along the foothills of the world's highest mountain. Just savor the most memorable and amazing trekking experience of your lifetime.

    Everest Base Camp Short Trek Highlights

    • World's highest multi-day trek
    • Close-up views of 4 highest mountains in the world – Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu
    • Stellar views of 6000, 7000, and 8000-meter peaks
    • Cultural experience at Sherpa villages en route
    • Learn more about the lifestyle of the Sherpa, the world's best mountaineers
    • Walk on the Khumbu Glacier and soak in the views of the stunning Khumbu Icefall
    • Sunrise hike to Kala Patthar, the most beautiful Everest viewpoint in Khumbu Region

    How difficult is the Everest Base Camp Short Trek?

    The Everest Base Camp Short Trek is a moderately difficult trek with some serious elevation gains. You will be walking at altitudes above 5000 meters where the amount of oxygen present in the atmosphere is only fifty percent of that at sea level. You will be walking 6 to 7 hours most days, so it's important to be relatively fit to complete this trek.

    As you approach the Everest Base Camp you will be traversing the Khumbu Glacier where small loose rocks and gravel will make walking difficult. The dust and cold will also mess with your breathing. If you are not careful you are likely to get the famous Khumbu Cough, a dry hacking cough that is bound to keep you up at night. Therefore always protect your nose, mouth, and neck from the fine dust and chilly wind.

    You may start feeling the effects of altitude from Namche Bazaar which lies at an elevation of 3440 meters. You need to keep an eye out for symptoms of altitude sickness like headache, nausea, dizziness, loss of appetite, etc. which might get more severe if precautions are not taken. Let your guide know if you have any of the symptoms. Drinking lots of water, walking slowly, maintaining a rhythmic pace, and sleeping and eating well will help you avoid altitude sickness.   

    Accommodation throughout the Everest Base Camp Short trek will be at teahouses. While the newer ones offer modern amenities like rooms with attached Western-style toilets, hot showers, etc., the old-style teahouses offer basic amenities but are still comfortable.

    Can beginners trek to Everest Base Camp?

    The trail to Everest Base Camp is well-maintained and walkable. If you are fit and healthy and have trained yourself physically to take in this high-altitude challenge you can surely complete this 14-day hiking adventure. While experienced trekkers will have an edge, beginners can also make it to Everest Base Camp if they properly plan and train for their trek. You should be in top physical form to tackle the elevation gains each day and the lack of oxygen. It's not the terrain but the high altitude and depleting levels of oxygen that will test you physically as well as mentally. The route is non-technical, with gradual inclines and some steep portions. You can take your time to rest and catch your breath while tackling steeper portions. 

    When is the best time for Everest Base Camp Short Trek?

    The peak seasons for Everest Base Camp Trek are spring and autumn. During these seasons, the skies are mostly clear and the nights aren't too cold. But the downside is the trail is busiest during this time. Early winter is also amazing for trekking but one will have to face extreme cold. The summer months are wet because of the monsoon rains. The advantage of trekking in winter and summer is that you can catch your flight to Lukla from Kathmandu instead of Ramechhap. Another plus is the trail will be less crowded.

    Route Overview

    The Everest Base Camp Short Trek begins with a thrilling mountain flight to Lukla, a small Sherpa settlement with the only functioning airstrip close to Mount Everest. From Lukla, you take the trail to Phakding, the first Sherpa village where you will spend the night. The first day's trek is short and easy with a few ascents and descents. You will cross your first suspension bridge and walk alongside the Dudh Koshi River. The air from the pine-covered hills is pure, fresh, and clean.

    The next day you will hike towards Namche Bazaar crossing picturesque Sherpa villages en route, including Monjo the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park. A heart-stopping crossing of the Hillary Suspension Bridge spanning a deep gorge is one of the highlights of the day.

    Namche, a busy town carved on a mountainside like an amphitheater is the economic center of Khumbu. Here traders from as far as Tibet come to buy and sell goods. This settlement high in the mountains is a trading hub with restaurants, teahouses, cafes, spas, shops, bakeries, banks, and luxury lodges lining its streets. Surrounded by the soaring peaks of Thamserku, Tawache, Kantega, Khumbila, Kongde, and other peaks Namche is a destination in itself. Here you will spend your first acclimatization day. Your acclimatization hike will lead you to one of the highest luxury hotels in the world, Hotel Everest View.

    Your next stop is Tengboche. The route to this monastic village is one of the most beautiful on this trek. Ama Dablam looms close to the trail and you can spy some of the rare Himalayan wildlife as you walk up and down through a dense forest of pine, juniper, and rhododendron. In the village, you can visit the most important monastery of the Sherpas, Tengboche Gompa. You can witness the Buddhist monks chanting mantras and praying at the huge assembly hall of the monastery.

    As you move higher you will start feeling the thin air slowing you down. At Dingboche, you reach above the treeline. The lush greenery vanishes replaces by barren mountainsides and patches of scrub vegetation. You will spend your second acclimatization day at Dingboche hiking to Nagarjoon Hill, a superb viewpoint that offers grandiose views of the Imja Valley, Island Peak, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cholatse and Taboche.

    During your hike to Lobuche, you will cross the Thughla Pass.  The stone memorials of the dead mountaineers at the pass are a grim reminder of how brutal and unforgiving the mountains can be. Lobuche is made up of a few lodges and teahouses that cater to the wave of trekkers and mountaineers that walk through this route. It's pretty cold up here and you can expect snow and icy conditions. Further up from Lobuche is Gorak Shep the last place where you will halt during your adventure.

    With Gorak Shep as your base you will hike to Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar viewpoint, the highest point of your trek. To reach Everest Base Camp you will have to traverse the Khumbu Glacier walking over glacial scree and moraine. Trekkers usually walk only up to the 'EBC Rock', a huge boulder with Everest Base Camp scrawled over it in red paint. The real Everest Base Camp lies further up a few kilometers, close to the Khumbu Icefall. It is the base camp of Mount Everest expedition groups and is covered in colorful tents during climbing season.

    A sunrise hike to Kala Patthar will let you enjoy glorious views of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, Cho Oyu, and a host of other snow-capped mountains glistening in the early morning sun. It's a sight that will warm your heart and soul and make you forget all the aches and pains you have endured to reach this point. You descend to Lukla via the same route.

    Alternate treks you can consider

    If you are short on time you can try out the shorter version of this trek: Everest Base Camp Trek with Heli Return - 12 days where you can skip the return trek and return to Lukla from Gorak Shep by helicopter.

    For senior citizens and for those who want to linger and take it slow during the trek we have the ‘20 days Everest Base Camp Trek for Seniors’ package. With short walking hours and ample free time to rest and explore, this itinerary is ideal for elderly trekkers, school groups, and families trekking with kids.  

    Our popular EBC product, ‘Everest Base Camp Trek – 16 Days’ includes a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, the colorful, vibrant, and culturally rich capital of Nepal.

    Trek in luxury by choosing our ‘Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek’. The package includes overnight stays at luxury mountain lodges during the trek (wherever available) and accommodation at a five-star hotel in Kathmandu.


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    Cost Includes

    • All ground transports in private vehicles, including airport transfers
    • Two nights (twin sharing beds) accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu
    • Full board meals with tea/coffee (Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner) during the trek
    • Best available twin sharing lodge to lodge accommodation during the trek, we provide you attached bathroom with a hot shower at Lukla, Phakding, and Namche
    • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide, porters (1 porter for 2 people), and their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and accidental insurance for all staff
    • Round trip flight Kathmandu – Lukla, and Lukla – Kathmandu, including departure taxes
    • Duffle bag for the trekking
    • Down jacket and sleeping bag during the trek, if required
    • Nepal Hiking Team T-shirt, trekking map, and trip achievement certificate
    • First aid medical kit
    • Sagarmatha National Park Permits fee
    • TIMS Fee- Trekkers' Information Management System (Please bring 2 passport size photos for permit)
    • Government taxes and office service charge

    Cost Excludes

    • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the itinerary.'
    • Travel Insurance
    • International airfare
    • Nepal entry visa: you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. (a multiple-entry tourist visa good for 30 days can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency. Similarly, multiple-entry tourist visas for 90 days can be obtained by paying US $ 100. Please bring 2 copies of passport-size photos.)
    • Cold Drinks Inc. coke, water, Fanta, etc.
    • Snacks and other personal expenses
    • Hot showers during the trek except for Phakding, Namche, and Lukla
    • Personal trekking equipment
    • WiFi internet during the trek
    • Tips and gratuities for trekking staff and drivers

    Cost and Date

    September, 2023

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      4.5014 ratings
      • Life memory trek in EBC in May 2023!

        We had a fantastic experience on our Everest Base Camp Short trek with Nepal Hiking Team in May 2023. Before the trip, we were in contact with Ganga, who was incredibly responsive and patient in answering our questions. She was also accommodating in making arrangements for our flights and accommodations.


        Our guide, Paban, was incredibly knowledgeable and experienced. He was always happy to answer our questions about the region's culture, geography, and history. He was also accommodating in ensuring that we were safe and comfortable throughout the trek.


        We were lucky to have excellent weather for the entire trek. The views of the Himalayas were breathtaking, and we could reach Everest Base Camp without any problems. We both felt that we were well prepared for the trek, thanks to the support of Nepal Hiking Team.


        We highly recommend Nepal Hiking Team to anyone interested in trekking to Everest Base Camp. They provided excellent customer service, knowledgeable guides, and great weather. We had a truly unforgettable experience!

        Here are some additional details about our trip:


        • We started our trek in Lukla, a small town in the Khumbu region of Nepal.
        • We hiked for 14 days, covering a total distance of about 100 kilometers.
        • We saw some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.
        • We stayed in comfortable lodges along the way, and our meals were delicious.
        • We made some great friends on the trek, and we all had a wonderful time.


        We are so grateful to Nepal Hiking Team for making our Everest Base Camp trek possible. It was an unforgettable experience that we will cherish forever.

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        Ms. Li LI
        CN   |   14th Jun 2023
      • Once in a Lifetime Experience

        My family had an amazing time on this trip! Our guide, Paban, made sure to keep us comfortable (as much as you can be on a mountain) and happy! Everyone was extremely accommodating, the views were beautiful, and the trek was worth it. Paban helped us a lot with carrying some of our bags when we were too tire and even giving me some medicine when I started to get sick. Honestly, we wouldn't have made it to base camp if it wasn't for Paban and our porters, Chandra and Tula, and the whole Nepal Hiking Team has our sincerest thanks!

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        Ms. Nico Pastrana
        US   |   5th Jun 2023
      • Breathtaking experience on EBC

        We postponed our trip due to an accident back home but eventually decided to embark on the EBC trek in late April and early May. The organizers, Balaram and Ganga, were accommodating and flexible with our schedule. They took care of all the arrangements once we provided our flight information to Kathmandu.

        The trek itself was extraordinary, with stunning vistas, and our guide, Dhurba, along with assistant guide and porter Suraj, were friendly, knowledgeable, and supportive throughout the journey.

        Dhurba paced each day perfectly, while Suraj went above and beyond to ensure our comfort. Based on this exceptional experience, we are highly inclined to join Nepal Hiking Team for another trek in the future.

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        Mr. Derek
        US   |   18th May 2023
      • Stop Looking and Choose Nepal Hiking Team!

        I'm so happy I went with Nepal Hiking Team. From the moment I arrived at the hotel, I knew I made the right choice. The hotel was in a great area. Bars, restaurants, clubs, shops were all within a 10 minute or less walk from the hotel.

        I was doing this solo and in a market where there were tons of trekking companies to choose from, Nepal Hiking Teams website immediately stood out as professional and I’m glad I went with them. Their quick responses to emails and questions was amazing. If it was a decent time to be awake in Nepal, they were responding to emails.

        From the arrival at the airport, they came to pick me up, and took me to the hotel. The owner of the company Ganga, was there waiting to greet me and to give me info on the following days. The next morning Ganga was there again, introduced the trekkers to each other before we went out on our included city tour. There was four of us so it was a nice small group.

        The city tour was great. That day showed us how beautiful Kathmandu was. The guide for the tour, Ramesh, was outstanding. His knowledge and ability to answer all of our questions was amazing. His friendliness and professionalism were also very noticeable. Genuine people like Ramesh stand out and are not easy to forget. The next morning was the big day.

        We met our guide for the trek Dhurba. Dhurba was an amazing guide. He was very knowledgable of the trek and was overall a good person. Any mountain we pointed at, he knew the name and height. It was very impressive. I appreciate going on this trek with Dhurba. Dhurba showed me that my body could handle way more than I ever thought it could. He always looked out for us. He never pushed us to do more than we could do. Although his body was used to every part of this trek, he knew that people from sea level needed to take it slower and he took that very seriously.

        I feel very lucky to have had Dhurba as our guide. He always had a smile on his face. As a group, we spent Christmas and New Year together. It definitely felt like a little family. For Christmas he gifted each of us a Snickers. That was honestly one of the most amazing and needed gifts I had ever received.

        Huge tip is to take trekking poles seriously! On our descent, I stopped using them and was putting a lot of pressure on my knees. That led to me walking the last day and a half in pain. Dhurba did everything he could to try and help me out. He mentioned different forms of transportation to get me down, I told him that I would walk. He insisted many times that he could carry my backpack down for me and I refused. I wanted to finish strong. But that did not go unnoticed.

        Dhurba was there in the case of anything happening, and I really appreciate that. He was ready to help, he was ready to carry my bag, he was ready to wrap my knees, he had sprays for joint pain, he had vitamins, medications, he had everything that helped me feel safe in the situation. Dhurba was the best guide I could've asked for.

        There were many times where I felt slow and as if we were running out of time for the day and instead of rushing us, Dhurba would actually tell us to stop, take a seat and drink some water. Dhurba did not feel like some boring guide we did not connect with. He felt like one of us. We connected and laughed with him throughout the trek. Hopefully you get someone as good as Dhurba.

        Our porters Nima and Purna were great as well. They always greeted us in such a friendly manner with smiles on their faces when they saw us and we let them know that there would be no hike to Everest Basecamp without them. They are truly superhuman with the weight that they take up and down during the trek. As I said, without them, we do not make it to Basecamp so I am very grateful for everything they did for us.

        Nepal Hiking Team stood out when it came to accommodations on the trek. Obviously we weren't going to be in 5 star hotels on our way up but they made sure to keep us in the best tea houses possible. This stood out when we talked to other trekkers whose companies accommodations were so bad, that they refused to stay at their tea houses.

        There was actually a couple we spoke to who told us all about their bad experiences with the tea houses which led to them saying something about it to their company and that led them to stay at the same tea house that we stayed at, which they said was much better in every way. Another big part that should be taken seriously when considering a trekking company is the flights from and to Kathmandu.

        We got really lucky with the weather on our trek. No clouds ever while going up. On the way down was a different story. The weather started getting bad with fog. So bad that we had to stay an extra day at Lukla airport since planes couldn't fly in. That day really made Nepal Hiking Team stand out. The only way out was through helicopters and that seemed like a mess for everyone trying to get down. Everyone was stressed and scrambling making calls and trying to find a helicopter.

        My team had an extra day, so we just waited it out. Other people were trying to leave immediately and helicopters were getting expensive due to demand. People were paying high prices, some were getting scammed, it was a mess. When our time came and we decided to get a helicopter the following day, the process was simple. Ganga was able to arrange that quickly for us and it was stress free. The price was also much cheaper than what other people around us were paying.

        In the middle of a stressful mess, Nepal Hiking Team was able to remove the stress, give us answers and make everything easy for us. It did not seem the same for others. Overall, I kept telling myself how happy I was that I chose Nepal Hiking Team. From the owner, to the guides and porters, it was an amazing experience.

        If you have found Nepal Hiking Team it's time to stop looking. You have found the right company. I'm sure there are many great things I’m forgetting at the moment but just know you will not regret your choice. Thank you to all of Nepal Hiking Team. My experience and your service will never be forgotten.

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        Mr. Tamar Nitzan
        US   |   6th Jan 2023
      • Amazing trip to EBC that we will always cherish!

        Nov 2022 | Posted on TripAdvisor

        We did a private trekking to EBC with Nepal Hiking Team the first week of November 2022. It was an amazing trip that we will always cherish! Our experience with the Nepal Hiking Group was A+. From Ganga the owner of Nepal Hiking Group to their porter Chandru did an outstanding job in planning everything perfectly. From airport pick-up on the first day to the departure from Kathmandu on the last day was done on time.

        Our trekking guide Arun, his assistant Deepak, and porters Dhan and Chandru made sure that our team of 4 not only succeeded in reaching the base camp but also accommodated all our unending requests enthusiastically never once losing their patience. The help extended by them on the trail and at the tea houses is greatly appreciated. They went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable. One example is that the porters Chandru and Dhan always returned to the trail after dropping their bags in the tea houses and then carried our bags if needed and gave us a helping hand in climbing steep hills etc.

        Our guide Arun was very knowledgeable and a patient gentleman. Some other guides we met on the trail told us that he is one of the top 10 guides in Nepal. They definitely were not exaggerating, Nepal Hiking Group made arrangement for us to stay at the Woodapple Hotel in Thamel area of Kathamandu and we were extremely happy with the upgraded rooms provided and the food at the hotel. We highly recommend engaging Nepal Hiking Group to anyone thinking of hiking to EBC.

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        - Excellent
        Ms. RKLA
        US   |   6th Dec 2022
      • Best Guide Ever

        I would like to express my gratitude towards Nepal Hiking Team for providing me with one of the best trekking journeys of my life. I did the Everest Base Camp Short Trek with Nepal Hiking Team in the early months of this year and it was an absolute blast!

        From the very first correspondence with Mr. Ganga via e-mail, all of my queries and questions were answered promptly. Not only that, during the trek as well, my guide Ram took good care of me and my well-being. I felt safe and only enjoyed the trip without any problems at all.

        It was one of the best-organized trips done by a local agency. I am going to be choosing Nepal Hiking Team from now on for any of my future endeavors in Nepal!

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        - Excellent
        Mr. Abigail
        US   |   11th Feb 2022
      • Great Everest Base Camp experience

        Joined recently for an Everest Base Camp tour and it was simply spectacular! The team was well equipped with all logistics and planning and Ganga did a fantastic job with communication before and during the trip too. As for the trip itself, it far exceeded expectations as we got lucky with great clear weather and really enjoying our hiking. Our tour guide Bal was excellent as he had a lot of previous experience, very knowledgeable, friendly, and a fun person. The accommodations and food were good too. Overall I would highly recommend Nepal Hiking Team to others.

        Note: Read this review on Tripadvisor (Click here)

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        - Excellent
        Mr. Ahmed
        US   |   1st Dec 2021
      • 10/10 For This Incredible Team

        In May this year - some friends and I joined the NHT For 16 days. Every fine detail was considered, with our guides and porters going above & beyond to ensure we were comfortable and happy. Their knowledge and experience created a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for us all.

        I have no hesitation in recommending Nepal Hiking Team to anyone! They made this experience perfect, thank you, guys.

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        - Excellent
        Ms. Lucie H
        GB   |   10th Jun 2021
      • One of the best Agency

        Starting from the very beginning with my first communication with Mr. Ganga, I was met with a fast response that contained detailed information about the trek. Any other questions I had about the Everest Base Camp Short Trek were answered in the same professional and prompt way. I did the trek in late May and as a solo traveler, my biggest concern was about joining other people. With e-mails back and forth leading up to my arrival date in Nepal, Mr. Ganga had managed to arrange a group for me to join, despite its unavailability in the initial stages of our conversations. I am grateful to Mr. Ganga and all of the team members of NHT for arranging and organizing the trip for me, it was amazing and one of the best trekking experiences I have had. The accommodations in the mountains were comfortable; my guide made sure that the meals I was given was fresh and filling. Bhim, my guide, always went out of his way to make sure that I had no problems or discomfort of any kind. All of the formalities and various procedures that has to be followed while trekking, like the permits, the tickets at the national park and the guesthouse accommodation methods and the likes, were all taken care of effectively by Bhim. I didn’t worry about anything outside of my current thought bubble. My trek was trouble-free, well oriented and simply amazing. Definitely One of the best Agency, highly recommended.

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        - Excellent
        Ms. Alysia Kim Norris
        AU   |   27th Aug 2017
      • Highly flexible itineraries and a proficient management team

        Because of my limited time in Nepal, my first concern was the re-scheduling of my trip of the Everest Base Camp Short trek. But because of Balaram’s provision of care and Nepal Hiking Team’s flexibility, it was established earlier on that I would be getting a customized itinerary made that would suit my convenience. The fast and efficient exchange of information regarding the trip was done with relative ease and Balaram provided to me one of the best deals regarding the trip. Along with the customized itinerary, I was also given a good percentage of discounts for the trip, and for what it was worth, the services that were provided to me were all up to par.

        As a solo traveler, I had wanted to be a part of a group, but because my trip was a customized one, the prospect of joining a group proved to be difficult. Nevertheless, my guide Prakash Rai accompanied me and as told by Balaram, I certainly did meet many number of travelers. Having one of my biggest concerns taken care of, the rest of my trekking journey went on with absolute ease. When I had to deflect some of the schedules, Balaram was available to me at all times. He took care of schedules and managed the accommodations and the flight.

        Nepal Hiking Team is one of the best travel agencies that really went out of their way to help me with my trekking journey. Balaram, Prakash and the rest of the NHT team are the best people to deal with when it comes to efficiency and management and I am extremely impressed with their abilities and services.

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        - Excellent
        Ms. Flavia Michelato
        US   |   30th Mar 2017