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Hindu Pilgrimage Tour - 08 Days

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  • Duration 08 Days
  • ActivityTour
  • Start / End PointKathmandu / Kathmandu
  • Max Altitude3,710m m/ 12,171 ft at Muktinath
  • Trip GradeEasy
  • Group SizeMin: 1, Max: 30
  • Transport Private Vehicle & Tourist Bus
  • MealsB|L|D on Tour
  • AccommmodationHotel
Trip Overview

Embarking on a journey to Nepal’s holiest Hindu sites isn’t just a trip—it’s a special adventure for anyone seeking spiritual connections. It’s like stepping into a world where stories of gods and goddesses come alive.

Your journey begins with your arrival in Kathmandu, where you’ll immediately be immersed in the rich culture and atmosphere of this ancient city. Over the next few days, you’ll embark on a series of enlightening sightseeing tours, starting with visits to the revered Pashupatinath Temple, the tranquil Budhanilkantha Temple, and the historic Kathmandu Durbar Square.

Continuing your exploration, you’ll venture to the enchanting Chandragiri Temple and the captivating Patan Durbar Square, each offering unique insights into Nepal’s spiritual and architectural heritage.

As your journey progresses, you’ll travel to Pokhara, a picturesque city nestled amidst stunning natural beauty. Along the way, you’ll stop to visit the sacred Manakamana Temple, perched atop a hill and accessible by a scenic cable car ride.

From Pokhara, you’ll take a short flight to Jomsom before driving to the sacred Muktinath Temple, a place of pilgrimage revered by Hindus and Buddhists alike. Returning to Pokhara, you’ll explore the serene Bindyabasini Temple before embarking on a scenic drive to the charming hilltop village of Bandipur.

As your pilgrimage nears its conclusion, you’ll journey back to Kathmandu. Filled with the blessings of your sacred journey, you’ll bid farewell to Nepal, carrying with you memories of spiritual awakening and profound connections forged amidst the country’s holiest Hindu sites.

So, why wait? Start this special journey and let the magic of Nepal’s holy places touch your heart. It’s a chance to connect with something bigger than ourselves and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Trip Highlights
  • Embark on a profound journey to Nepal's holiest Hindu sites, where ancient legends and spiritual enlightenment await.
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Kathmandu, visiting iconic landmarks like Pashupatinath Temple, Budhanilkantha Temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square.
  • Explore the enchanting Chandragiri Temple and the historic Patan Durbar Square, marveling at the intricate craftsmanship and spiritual significance of these sacred sites.
  • Experience the breathtaking beauty of Pokhara, punctuated by visits to the sacred Manakamana Temple and a memorable cable car ride amidst stunning landscapes.
  • Journey to the revered Muktinath Temple, a place of profound significance for Hindus and Buddhists alike, nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas.
  • Discover the charm of Bandipur, a quaint hilltop village offering serene surroundings and authentic cultural experiences.
  • Conclude your pilgrimage with visits to the ancient Changunarayan Temple and the historic Bhaktapur Durbar Square, where centuries of history and spirituality come to life.

Day 1Kathmandu Arrival

Welcome to the city of temples. Kathmandu is filled with temples and religious shrines in every corner which gives you an idea, how religious Nepali people are. After claiming your luggage look for the signage of Blissful Nepal with your name on it just outside the arrival hall. Our representative will escort you to the hotel and help you in checking-in. You will be briefed about the whole program with important safety briefing as well. In the evening we will have a complimentary welcome dinner in a nice cozy Nepali restaurant enjoying the cultural show.

Day 2Sightseeing Pashupatinath Temple, Budhanilkantha and Kathmandu Durbar Square

On the second day of our journey, we’ll begin our sightseeing by visiting the Pashupatinath Temple, the second holiest temple in Asia. Dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of Pashupatinath, the temple holds great significance. Legend has it that the temple stands on the spot where a piece of Shiva’s broken horn was buried during a battle with Vishnu. The temple sits beside the Bagmati River, considered sacred for its spiritual cleansing properties. Along the riverbank, you’ll witness the cremation area, offering a unique and solemn experience.

Next, we’ll head to Budhanilkantha, located just an hour’s drive from Pashupatinath. Here, you’ll find a holy temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The highlight of Budhanilkantha is a magnificent five-meter-tall statue of Vishnu reclining on a single block of basalt, resting above a mythical serpent, Sheesha. This statue holds immense religious significance and is a major attraction for devotees.

Afterwards, we’ll drive to Kathmandu Durbar Square, often referred to as the City of Temples. The Kathmandu Valley boasts numerous temples and idols of gods and goddesses, each corner adorned with religious symbols. Inside the ancient courtyard of Kathmandu Durbar Square, you’ll encounter a rich display of Nepali religious fervor. Temples such as Taleju Temple, Jagganath Temple, Kasthamandap, Kotillengeshwara Mahadev, and Mahendraswara stand as testament to the city’s cultural and religious heritage.

Day 3Sightseeing Chandragiri Temple and Swyambhunath Stupa

After breakfast, start your day early and make your way to Chandragiri Hills. Enjoy a picturesque cable car ride up to Chandragiri Temple, where you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the Kathmandu Valley. Explore the temple grounds, marvel at the architecture, and soak in the serene surroundings while gazing at the majestic Himalayas. Take your time to appreciate the beauty before descending back to the base station.

Following your visit to Chandragiri Temple, head to Swoyambhunath. This sacred Buddhist site, also known as the Monkey Temple, offers stunning views of Kathmandu and its surroundings. Climb the steps to reach the stupa, adorned with colorful prayer flags, and explore the surrounding shrines and temples. Immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance and soak in the rich cultural heritage of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 4Drive to Pokhara [8 hours] and On the way visit Manakamana Temple

Today, we’ll embark on an 8-hour drive to Pokhara, a charming destination known for its serene lakes and stunning mountain views. As we journey along the winding Prithvi Highway, we’ll make a stop at Manakamana Temple, devoted to Goddess Bhagwati. The temple is renowned for granting the wishes and prayers of devotees, adding a touch of myth and mystique to our visit. To reach the temple perched atop a hill, we’ll enjoy a thrilling ride on a cable car.

Upon arrival in Pokhara, we’ll indulge in a tranquil boating experience on Fewa Lake, the second-largest lake in Nepal. Our destination within the lake will be a temple situated in its midst, dedicated to Goddess Durga. Various legends surround this temple, with some believing it was constructed after the goddess appeared in a dream to the King of Kaski, while others attribute its existence to the kindness of a sole survivor of a village flood.

Day 5Fly to Jomsom [25 minutes] and drive to Muktinath Temple

We’ll start early by driving to Pokhara airport for a flight to Jomsom, a quick 25-minute journey. From Jomsom, we’ll continue our expedition with a scenic drive to Muktinath Temple in a private Jeep.

Muktinath Temple holds immense significance as one of the holiest Hindu temples globally, showcasing the intertwined nature of Buddhism and Hinduism. Despite being dedicated to Hindu God Vishnu, the temple rituals are performed by Buddhist monks, and the temple itself is maintained by nuns. Situated at an altitude of 3800m, Muktinath is also considered one of the highest temples in the world.

As one of the Shaktipeethas of Hindus, visiting Muktinath is believed to cleanse devotees of their sins. After our exploration of the temple, we’ll journey back to Jomsom for an overnight stay.

Day 6Fly to Pokhara, Sightseeing Bindyabasini and Drive to Bandipur [4 hours]

After Breakfast, we’ll start early by flying back to Pokhara in the morning. Upon arrival, we’ll visit the Bindyabasini Temple, which holds a significant mythological importance. Legend has it that the deity was brought from Bindyanchal, India to Pokhara by King Prithvi Narayan Shah, the founder of modern Nepal, before the country’s unification.

After our sightseeing at Bindyabasini Temple, we’ll embark on a scenic drive to Bandipur. This quaint village, nestled in the hills of Tanahun, once served as a bustling trade center for salt from Tibet and spices from India. Bandipur offers breathtaking panoramic views of Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesha, and Boudha Himal. In addition to its stunning vistas, Bandipur is renowned for its beautifully preserved heritage market, showcasing the rich cultural heritage preserved by the locals.

Day 7 Drive to Kathmandu [3/4 hours]

After breakfast, we’ll depart Bandipur and drive to Kathmandu. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, we’ll head straight to our hotel for check-in and relaxation. Later in the evening, we’ll come together for a complimentary farewell dinner at a fine restaurant, celebrating the memories created during our journey through Heavenly Nepal.

Day 8Final Departure

3 hours prior to your scheduled flight, our representative will escort you to the Tribhuvan International Airport. We hope to meet you again on your next adventure.

What's Included?
  • Airport pick-up and drop
  • Chandragiri & Manakamana Cable Car Ticket
  • 4 nights accommodation in Kathmandu Sweet Home, Kathmandu or Similar - Breakfast Included
  • 1 nights accommodation at a 3-star standard in Pokhara - Breakfast Included
  • 1 nights accommodation at a 3-star standard in Bandipur - Breakfast Included
  • 1 nights accommodation at a 3-star standard Jomsom - Breakfast Included
  • Government Licensed, highly experienced, English-speaking tour guide for the entire trip all expenses covered (salary, insurance and expenses))
  • Private vehicle with a friendly, professional driver for all ground transport during the entire trip
  • Monument entrance fees for all sites mentioned in the itinerary
  • All applicable government taxes, charges and relevant paperwork
  • Nepal Visa and International air-tickets
  • Personal equipment and other expenses such as beverages, confectionaries, laundries, etc.
  • Tips to your guide, driver and other field staff as a token of appreciation
  • Any other expenses or charges not mentioned in the “Trip Includes” list
Good to Know

What Sets Blissful Nepal Apart?

Choosing for Blissful Nepal means securing an adept team of mountain guides and a stellar support crew in Kathmandu, ensuring your seamless care right from your arrival. Our round-the-clock international helpline guarantees constant support, and our team, regularly present in Nepal, offers firsthand and informed assistance. Our full-time guides, with over 8 years of average trekking experience in the Himalayas, exclusively work with us. Notably, we are among the select few companies in Nepal to equip all our trekking guides with Wilderness First Aid Certification. Furthermore, our guides have undergone specialized training addressing altitude acclimatization concerns (Meet the Team).

When is the Optimal Trekking Season?

The prime trekking periods in Nepal span from March to Early May and from September to November. While December to February allows for trekking, be prepared for colder conditions albeit with fewer crowds. June to August marks the monsoon season, generally unsuitable for trekking. However, if this timeframe is your sole option, drop us an email for tailored suggestions.

Will the Guide Be Fluent in English?

All our guides boast exceptional fluency in English. With years of experience hosting guests worldwide, they excel in building connections and ensuring seamless communication.

Are Departures Guaranteed to Commence?

Absolutely! Our peak season departures typically sell out, but during off-peak periods, smaller groups prevail. Rest assured, once you secure your deposit, we guarantee the trek’s commencement for you.

Do I Require a Guide? Can't I Self-Guide if I've Prior Trekking Experience?

Our dedicated guides, with their extensive successful trekking history and our guests’ commendations, have earned our trust repeatedly. Time and again, clients laud the trip’s excellence owing to their guide’s invaluable contribution, making it an unforgettable experience.


Is prior trekking experience a must?

We often have first-time trekkers join our groups, so even without experience, you’ll find yourself among like-minded individuals. Your fitness level should comfortably support full-day walking. While previous hiking or trekking experience is beneficial, it’s not mandatory.

Are solo female travelers secure during Himalayan treks?

We prioritize the safety of all our trekking participants, irrespective of gender. Nepal, overall, is a safe and hospitable destination for foreign visitors. We maintain enduring relationships with the lodges we use, ensuring they are safe and trustworthy. Additionally, our guides consistently keep track of all guests’ whereabouts during treks. Traveling in small groups enhances our ability to maintain regular communication for added safety.

Are there specific age restrictions for trekking in the Himalayas?

There’s no strict age limit on our expeditions – it’s more about good health and enthusiasm! We’ve welcomed families with children as young as 7 years old on the Everest Base Camp Trek, while our older trekkers have been in their late 70s. For families, we recommend arranging a private trek and allowing a few extra days. Feel free to inquire about tailored arrangements.


What about additional hotel stays?

Should you require extra hotel nights in Kathmandu before or after the trek, we can arrange accommodations at an extra cost. Kindly inform us of your requirements before your arrival in Nepal, allowing us to make the necessary arrangements as per your needs. (Read our blog post: Booking Additional Hotel Nights)

What incidental expenses should I anticipate?

Our trekking packages are comprehensive, covering most expenses from your arrival in Nepal. We advise budgeting approximately $300 to $400 for incidental costs, which may include tips and additional expenses like the Nepal Visa, rental charges for items such as sleeping bags or down jackets, showers, Wi-Fi, snacks, and charging facilities for electronic devices at tea houses along the trekking route. Furthermore, it’s prudent to have extra funds available, either in cash or on a credit card, in case of flight cancellations to Lukla, where you might opt for a chartered helicopter. (Terms of Service – Additional Expenses)

Can I rely on credit cards during my trekking journey?

In most instances throughout Nepal, credit card usage is limited. While there are ATMs available in Kathmandu offering favorable currency exchange rates when withdrawing rupees, please be aware that these ATMs typically impose a $5 USD service fee alongside potential bank charges. Moreover, these ATMs often enforce a daily withdrawal limit of 25,000 rupees (approximately $215 USD).

How do you prefer the remaining payment upon arrival in Kathmandu - in US cash or via credit card?

We gladly accept various major currencies. You have the flexibility to settle the balance either in cash or through credit card payment. However, it’s important to note that for credit card transactions, we levy a 13% fee. Hence, paying in cash is highly recommended to avoid additional charges.


Is trekking difficult?

The difficulty of a hike or walk depends on terrain steepness and altitude. Most trips for moderately active people cover gentle terrain at lower altitudes, often with shorter route options. Breaks can be taken along the trails.

What's the recommended Fitness Regimen for Preparation?

In terms of physical readiness before embarking on the trek, engaging in cardio-based exercises such as running and long-distance walking is beneficial. If feasible, undertaking several weekend hikes in your vicinity can also aid preparation. Our website offers a training guide tailored for the Everest Base Camp that might provide valuable insights: Training for Everest Base Camp.

What physical conditions indicate sufficient trekking fitness?

Individuals with acute or chronic health issues affecting stamina, flexibility, coordination, or balance might face challenges completing the trek. If uncertain about your physical preparedness, it’s advisable to consult a physician well ahead of booking your trip.


Are there weight limits?

The primary weight constraint is the luggage limit for the Kathmandu to Lukla flight, set at 10kg (22lbs), along with an additional 5kg (11lbs) for carry-on, totaling 15kg (33lbs).

What should I pack for the trip?

We offer a downloadable packing list or you can explore our blog post on packing for Everest Base Camp for further insights. Notably, most trekking clothing and equipment can be purchased or rented in Kathmandu upon your arrival.

What size should my day pack be?

Typically, we recommend a day pack of approximately 40 liters, similar to a standard school backpack, to accommodate extra layers and daily essentials.

What happens after I make the deposit?

After your deposit is received, the next step is to send us a scan or photo of your passport along with your arrival flight details. We’re unable to book your Lukla flight or obtain your trekking permit until we have a copy of your passport, so please send this information to us promptly.

What about the duffel bag for the porters?

A duffel bag will be supplied to you in Kathmandu. Porters will carry this bag during the trek, and it will serve as your luggage for the flight. Often, porters advance ahead on the trail, so your duffel might not be accessible until you reach the evening tea house. Hence, it’s advisable to carry a day pack with your daily essentials during hiking.

Can I store luggage in Kathmandu during the trek?

Certainly, you can leave any excess luggage at the hotel during your trekking period.

What about passports, medications, and valuables?

During the flight, keep these items in your carry-on. It’s crucial to have important documents and medications accessible, especially if your luggage faces delays. Similarly, during the trek, carry them in your day pack.

What insurance is necessary? Where can I get it?

Travel insurance is mandatory for the trekking period and is your responsibility to arrange. Kindly email us proof of your insurance before your trek. For detailed insurance requirements, refer to our Terms of Service – Insurance.


Can I obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport?

Most guests are eligible to acquire a visa upon arrival, a process typically taking between 20 minutes to an hour, depending on the crowd. It’s essential for guests to independently verify all visa requirements before arrival. Ensure your passport has at least 6 months validity from your entry date into Nepal. Verify this information as soon as you confirm your trek. Detailed visa fees and related information can be found here: Terms of Service – Visas.

Can I arrange additional hotel nights in Kathmandu?

Our trekking packages cover 2 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu, and we can organize extra nights upon request (refer to our blog – Booking Extra Hotel Nights). Kindly inform us beforehand to secure reservations. Payment for extra nights can be settled directly at the hotel upon your arrival. While you might find cheaper rates online, the advantage of our arrangements lies in our flexibility to adjust or cancel reservations without extra charges if your Lukla flight faces delays.

What type of accommodation can I expect in Kathmandu?

We partner with Kathmandu Sweet Home and Ramada Encore, both conveniently situated in Thamel, close to our office.

Will there be someone to pick me up at the airport upon my arrival?

Absolutely, our airport representative will be present to greet you as you exit the airport. Look for our driver holding a signboard displaying “Blissful Nepal.” For further guidance on airport arrival, you can watch a short video here (click here to see on YouTube).


Can I do laundry during the trek?

Limited laundry services are available at certain teahouses. While washing clothes during acclimation days might be possible, it’s advisable to plan ahead by ensuring sufficient clothing and handling laundry in Kathmandu post-trek.

Can you accommodate specific diets?

Absolutely, we can cater to vegetarian or special dietary requirements. It’s advised for all trekkers to opt for a vegetarian diet due to preservation concerns with local meat. Notify us of any dietary needs, and we’ll make suitable arrangements.

Are there electricity and charging options?

Teahouses have electricity in common areas, charging $1 to $4 per hour for device charging. American outlets are common, while adapters (C or D type) can be bought in Kathmandu.

Is Wi-Fi available or can I make phone calls?

Some lower elevation teahouses offer Wi-Fi for an extra $3 to $10 charge. Alternatively, consider purchasing a Nepalese SIM card in Kathmandu for internet and calls, mainly usable at lower elevation teahouses.

Where does our drinking water come from?

While meals are included, water isn’t provided during the trek. Treating local water with chlorine/iodine tablets or a steri pen is recommended. Teahouses offer complimentary quality water, but it requires treatment. Mineral water can be purchased along the trail, ranging from $1 USD at lower elevations to $4 at higher altitudes.

What meal options are available during the trek?

Trekkers select meals and hot drinks from teahouse menus, including choices like omelets, noodle soup, fried rice, momo, and the traditional Nepali Dal Bhat. For hygiene reasons regarding mountain meat, we suggest opting for vegetarian options.

What are the restroom and shower facilities like?

Most teahouses offer Western-style flush toilets with cold running water. Shared bathrooms are common and not attached to individual rooms. Hot showers are available at lower elevations (often gas-powered) and provided by bucket at higher altitudes for an extra fee.

What kind of lodging is available during the trek?

We utilize tea houses for accommodation, a popular method involving shifting from one teahouse to another. These teahouses, essentially small local hotels in villages, provide both lodging and homemade meals. Rooms usually accommodate two trekkers, with shared bathrooms featuring running cold water and Western-style toilets in the Everest region. (Further details – Tea House Trekking Blog).

Is it possible to secure separate rooms during the trip? If yes, what's the additional cost?

In Kathmandu, we can arrange private rooms. While private rooms might be feasible in some trekking villages at no extra charge, availability could be scarce during peak periods due to high demand. Even with additional payment, teahouse owners may not provide private rooms to ensure fair lodging for all guests.


Are the food and water in Nepal safe?

 All water in Nepal needs treatment before consumption. Bottled water is available in Kathmandu or on the trek. It’s advisable to consume cooked meals and avoid uncooked vegetables for safety. Avoiding mountain meat is recommended for precaution.

What if I fall sick or get injured during the trek?

Our guides are trained to handle emergencies, and in case of severe situations, they’ll use your travel insurance to arrange a rescue helicopter to fly you to Kathmandu for medical attention.

What safety precautions do you have in place?

Our guides are Red Cross certified and hold international WAFA certifications, equipped with pulse oximeters for regular blood oxygen saturation readings. They carry basic first aid kits and mobile phones, coordinating rescue efforts with our 24/7 available Kathmandu team in emergency situations.

What footwear do you recommend for the trek?

Sturdy trekking shoes or boots with ankle support and a Gore-Tex lining are vital. Break them in before the trek to ensure comfort. Should a blister develop, halt immediately and cover it with duct tape or moleskin.

What immunizations are recommended for the trip?

We generally suggest standard CDC-recommended vaccinations (See link). If you have pre-existing medical conditions, kindly inform us while making your deposit.

If I feel altitude sickness symptoms, what are the protocols?

Mild symptoms like headaches might be common and manageable while continuing the trek. However, if symptoms worsen, it’s crucial not to ascend further. We can arrange for you to descend to lower altitudes and wait for symptoms to subside before rejoining the group, though additional charges for extra trek days apply.

How cold does it get on the trek, and what clothing is necessary?

Temperatures vary—while Lukla can be warm from March to May and September to November, Everest Base Camp remains cold year-round, with freezing nighttime lows even during warmer months. Winter temperatures can plummet to -25C or below at night. Adequate warm clothing and a good sleeping bag are essential. Refer to our Everest Base Camp packing list for preparation (packing for Everest Base Camp).

What measures should I take for sun protection during the trek?

Surprisingly, skin faces greater sun damage in mountain settings than at the beach due to increased altitude and snow reflecting UV rays. Shield your skin with appropriate clothing and sunblock, preferably for mountain conditions. Consider getting prescription sunglasses fitted with your eyeglass prescription and wear a hat for added protection.

How do you address altitude-related issues during the Everest treks?

Our treks involve a gradual ascent, averaging around 300m or 1000ft in elevation gain per day—a rate recommended by high altitude specialists to minimize altitude problems. Our experienced guides recognize symptoms related to acute mountain sickness (AMS) and monitor your blood oxygen levels regularly using a pulse oximeter. (Learn more on our blog).mmodate two trekkers, with shared bathrooms featuring running cold water and Western-style toilets in the Everest region. (Further details – Tea House Trekking Blog).

If I rest for a day due to illness, can I continue the trek the following day?

We prioritize trekkers’ health and safety over pushing limits. If necessary, we can often place you in the next trekking group ascending the mountain after a day of rest. Additional charges for extra trek days may apply.


Can I know more about my trekking group?

We respect privacy but can offer general details regarding group demographics such as nationalities, genders, and approximate age ranges upon request, ensuring your comfort in the trekking group.

Is tipping customary? How much should I bring?

Tipping isn’t obligatory but appreciated in Nepal and during our treks. A tip of around 10% of the trek cost split between the guide and porter is generally suggested. While our treks are all-inclusive, carrying a small amount (about $15 to $20 USD per day) covers extra expenses like water, snacks, souvenirs, tips, or donations.

What's your cancellation policy? Can I extend my trek?

Changing trek dates incurs no fees with advance notice. Check our terms of service for detailed policies or contact us for further information. Adding extra days is feasible for private treks, and for group treks, inquire in advance, and we’ll try to arrange a suitable solution.

Will I fly from Ramechhap or Kathmandu to reach Lukla?

Since April 2019, most Lukla flights have been redirected to Ramechhap due to Kathmandu Airport construction and congestion. Ramechhap, a smaller airport, is approximately a 5-hour drive from Kathmandu. Please refer to our blog post for current updates (Ramechhap Flight Updates).

What if my flight from Lukla or Kathmandu gets delayed?

Although Kathmandu-Lukla flights are usually reliable, inclement weather may lead to cancellations for the entire day. Our 14-day package includes a buffer day for such delays, but we advise adding extra days after your trek. For Kathmandu delays, we’ll reschedule your flight for the next day or offer a chartered helicopter option (additional cost). For Lukla delays, you’re responsible for extra expenses (around $30) for accommodation and meals. Additional hotel nights and meals in Kathmandu are not covered during flight delays, but we’ll assist in making arrangements.

Any recommendations for extending my holiday after the trek?

After the trek, if you have additional days, seek assistance from our Kathmandu ground team for city day tours or consider a 3-day safari trip to Chitwan for an added adventure.

Are there extra charges for solo travelers? Can I get a refund if I end the trek early?

We don’t impose additional fees for solo travelers in our group treks. Unfortunately, we can’t offer refunds for unused trek days if you finish early due to personal or health reasons. Our expenses remain constant, and we’re committed to compensating our guides and porters for their dedicated time.

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star ratingTook great care of me from start to finish. Everyone so friendly, I never felt alone. Would join this company before any other.

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March 1, 2024

star ratingWalking Amongst Magnifecent Monster Mountains - I was guided on the Everest Base Camp trek by Jhalak. He is a highly experienced guide who pays attention to safety and shows patience, kindness and good humour. I... read more

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March 1, 2024

star ratingExperienced and friendly - Mr Jhalak is a very experienced guide who can spell all the names of the peaks. He knows almost more than half the people living along the EBC trekking. 😉

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February 23, 2024

star ratingThe best experience of Nepal - We have had the best time trekking with Jhalak! He is so kind, funny and knowledgeable. He was very considerate of our wellbeing and always checked in to see if... read more

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February 14, 2024

star ratingEverest Base Camp (EBC) - Amazing Trek, Amazing Guide - Jhalak ji was our guide on the EBC trek that we did in Sep, 2023. Jhalak ji is a great guide who is very experienced but still humble, helpful and... read more

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February 8, 2024

star ratingA safe EBC Trek with senior-citizen parents - Jhalak Ji was our guide for the EBC trek in Sep 2022. It was a family trek with my parents and fiance (now wife). My parents are both senior citizens... read more

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