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Everest Circuit Trekking - 17 Days

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  • Duration 17 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Everest Circuit
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Max. Altitude 5545m
  • Trip Type Tea house trek
  • Transport By private vehicle, By air
  • Accommodation Teahouse


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  • Full Packages Trip with 3 Times Meal Plan at Best Guaranteed Price
  • Panoramic view of the highest peak of the world, Mt. Everest, three passes (Cho La, Renjo La, and Kongma La), and Gokyo valley with lakes
  • Astonishing flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and vice-versa
  • Challenging but lifetime walk to Everest Base Camp, Kala Patthar, and Gokyo Valley
  • The amazing experience of being in Everest base camp and KalaPatthar
  • The Sight of more than 10 mountains including 4 mountains of height above 8000m
  • The Ecstatic feelings while exploring Sherpa village and understanding their norms, lifestyle, and values

The Everest circuit, one of the most well-known trekking routes in Nepal, is a literal gateway to heaven as it combines breathtaking landscapes with incredible adventure. The circuit crosses via three high passes: Renjo La Pass (5360m), Cho La Pass (5420m), and Kongma La Pass. It is located in the Khumbu region in eastern Nepal (5535m). One of the best trekking routes in Nepal is the Everest base camp circuit, which offers the amazing experience of exploring east to west of Everest himalayan ranges with stunning Gokyo Lakes.

It goes with regular route up to Dingboche and the trail will be seperated from Chhukung. From Chukkung you will trek to Lobuche via Kongma La Pass which is a famous pass in Everest. The wide view of the mountains in the Khumbu Valley is the hiking route's main attraction. Mountain peaks such as Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Makalu (8475m), Pumo Ri (7165m), Ama Dablam (6812m), Lhotse (8516m), Nuptse (7861m), and many others beauty the views in this Everest circuit trek.

The Everest circuit trek provides a magnificent view of other mountain ranges along with Mt. Everest, the highest mountain. Another highlight of the trek is Kala Patthar, where this view is made more clear. Apart from that other noteworthy gems of the region are the breathtaking valley, hillside, and mountain views from the air, as well as the lush but vibrant forests of rhododendron, pine, and oak. The hike, which includes the three passes (Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La), a strenuous walk to EBC, Kalapatthar, and the secret valley of Gokyo, is thrilling as well. Additionally, it is really difficult to describe the wonderful sense of seeing more than ten mountains.

Everest Circuit Trekking Facts

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Duration: 17 Days
  • Trip Grade: Moderate
  • Maximum Elevation: 5545m (Kala Patthar)
  • Minimum Elevation: 1400m (Kathmandu)
  • Trek-style: Lodges or teahouses
  • Group Size: minimum 1 to a maximum of 15 people
  • Transportation: Aircraft, private jeep, car, or van
  • Starting point: Kathmandu
  • Departure point: Kathmandu
  • Per day march: 6 to 7 hours (except acclimatization day)
  • Best Seasons: Autumn and Spring
  • Trip Cost: US $1995

Everest Circuit Trekking Route

The trek begins in Kathmandu with an exciting flight through the small, tall hills and snow-capped mountains in eastern Nepal to Lukla. The adventure starts in Lukla as you follow the Dudh Koshi River and pass through a number of Sherpa settlements. After leaving Monjo, you proceed north to Namche Bazaar, the largest Sherpa village, where you enter the Sagarmatha National Park. The route to Lumde departs at Namche and travels through Thame.

The first pass you will see is Renjo La, which is located at a height of 5360 meters. From here, your journey will take you to the dazzling Gokyo Lakes and the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in the Khumbu Valley. The journey descends to Gokyo town, where you may learn about Sherpa culture and visit the mesmerizing Gokyo Lakes. Dragnag is reached by continuing east along the trail. The Cho La Pass is the second pass you'll encounter (5420m). As you go from here to the Everest Base Camp, you will feel the excitement of the journey. Along with seeing the stunning Khumbu Icefall and the Khumbu Mountains, you will also get to go to Kalapatthar.

Kongma La Pass, the highest of the Three Passes at 5535 meters, is the last. The journey back to Lukla starts with the descent from Kongma La, which brings you to Chhukung. Villages like Orsho, Pangboche, and Tengboche are passed while the walk continues along the Imja River. The trek arrives in Namche and continues on its steady descent to Lukla.

Kathmandu -> Lukla -> Phakding -> Namche Bazaar -> Thyangboche -> Dingboche -> Chhukung -> Khongma La Pass -> Lobuche -> Gorakshep -> Everest Base Camp -> Kalapatthar -> Gorakchep -> Dzongla -> Gokyo Lake -> Renjo La -> Lungden -> Thame -> Phakding -> Lukla -> Kathmandu

Nepal Trek Adventure & Expedition makes your trip to Nepal a better memory to remember with all the packages that it provides. Everest Circuit Trek is also one of them. This trek gives you the best panoramic view of Himalayan ranges and rare flora and fauna. You can book your trip easily with us by just sending us an inquiry mail or by direct booking from our fixed departure section. Group joining and group confirmation facility is also provided by us. You can make a change in the itinerary as well but in that case, you must inform us so that we can manage and organize the needed services. You can contact us anytime and we will reach you as soon as possible.

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    Taking an early flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2827m), we reach our first destination of the trip. The flight will take 40 minutes to complete and one can experience vista of enormous mountains joining Nepal and Tibet (China).

    Reaching Lukla is followed by walk towards Dudh Koshi River from where we catch the main trail to Namche Bazaar. It is located just above Chaunrikharka (2713m). Walking further we pass a small village of Ghat (2550m) and finally after the short walk, we reach Phakding, where we will spend the night.

      From Phakding, we ascent to the valley crossing the river. The path is centered with beautiful blue pine and rhododendron forest which gives a fabulous view when the flower blossoms in the spring season. At benker, we cross Dudh Koshi River from where we get the enchanting view of mountain peaks like Kusum Kanguru (6396m) and Thamserku (6623m).

      From here, after a short walk, we reach Monjo (2835m). The walk goes upstream on flat terrain after crossing back to right bank meeting Bhote Koshi and Dudh Koshi Rivers. After passing a large suspension bridge, we make a walk with the steady pace.

      The picturesque views of peaks like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Tabuche are the major attraction from this point. Passing these outstanding path, we reach to Namche Bazaar where we will spend the night.

        It takes time to adjust to some environment in which we are not used to. So, this acclimatization day helps a lot in becoming accustomed to height. Namche is a small village located in the largest protected territory. This place offers both sunrise and sunset views with the dazzling panorama of splendid scenery of Khumbu peaks and close view of Mt. Everest.

        This day, we will have options to choose between walk towards Thami (3810m) which lies above Bhote Koshi River Valley and walk in National Park Headquarters to observe the display of exotic flora and fauna and ordinary but unique display of Sherpa culture and lifestyle.

          From Namche Bazaar, we walk towards the park headquarters and go on up to high above the Dudh Kosi River. The path of Tengboche is fully visible with monastery located just below the highest peak and surrounded by Himalayan peaks.

          Local flora and fauna like beautiful Danphe Pheasant, silver fir forest between Shanasa and Trashinga, Himalayan Tahr are also visible. After we reach reforestation nursery at Trashinga, the path goes inclined until we come across Dudh Koshi River at Phunkitenga (3250m). After having lunch, we move upward through steep pine, fir, rhododendron, and black juniper towards Tengboche.

          The lodge where we live and monastery are located in the fine place surrounded by Himalayan peaks in the serene environment. The most beautiful peaks seen from this area are Ama Dablam, Kantega, and surely Mt. Everest.

            From Tengboche we gradually go up high above the Imja Khola and get further one of the tea houses at Orsho before crossing the river and old glacial moraines on our track to our hotel in the community of Dingboche.

            The landscape here is impressive but the view of Mount Everest if hidden by other peaks like Lhotse and Nuptse. These are also the giant peaks that rise from the eastern ending of the valley. 

              Indeed, Dingboche is a striking assortment of small fields surrounded by stone walls shielding the crops of barley and potatoes from the chilly winds. It is occupied mainly through the monsoon months when big numbers of yaks are made to graze in the valley meadow.

              At the back of the lodge, the enormous rock looks of Tabuche look as if we are moving towards the heaven. Chukkung is another sensible option from this place. The sights are unbelievable in this valley; the soaring south face of Lhotse to the north, Island Peak in the core of the valley and the fluted ice walls of nameless peaks are lined up in the southern end of the valley. 

                This day, we pass through stone filled fields and Imja Khola Valley and enter the environment surrounded by the Himalayas. It continues to the Yak Herdsman place, Bibre.

                In the trial, we get the splendid view of Ama Dablam and Amphu Labsa mountains. From there we reach Chhukung after 3 hours and 30 minutes of walk. We spend the night at Chhukung. 

                  Early in the morning after having a light breakfast, we begin our trek to reach the most important part of our entire trek i.e. Khongma la pass. There are two ways to reach our destination, Lobuche. We can either take the path over a hill which is to the northwest of Chhukung over Nuptse glacier moraines or, we can walk back to Bibre and trek on the path above Niyang Khola. The pass is covered by cairns and Buddhist prayer flag. The final slant from this pass is the most difficult part of our entire trek. After ascending the moraine, the trail turns north by Khumbu Glacier which takes our trial to Lobuche. Stay overnight at Lobuche. 

                    From Lobuche, we move towards Gorakshep after having a light breakfast. On the way, we board towards the valley that is parallel to Khumbu Glacier. Then walking steep upward with the steady pace, we reach the moraines of Changri Nup Glacier. We walk on the track lined with cairns that shows the way to the glacial sand of Gorak Shep (5160m). We do not stop there, rather we move towards Everest Base Camp which lies at an altitude of 5380m (17,600ft). It gives the panoramic view of the Himalayas and thriving rifts. We rest there for acclimatization to reduce the risk and severity of altitude sickness and other illness.

                      We trek to Kala Patthar (5545m) early in the morning from where we observe awe-inspiring views from this amazing vantage point. From the hotel the way up is pretty steep, so start very leisurely and try to go up at a slower speed. Kala Patthar is the rocky peak below Pumori Mountain. It is a hard-hitting walk because of the elevation, but the observation from the top is unbelievable i.e. beyond our imagination. We set off for Lobuche, where we stop for lunch after returning back to lodge. We then tag along Lobuche Khola and make our path right towards Dzongla. 

                        From Dzongla, we move towards Gokyo Valley. This day we have breakfast early in the morning and start our march. We cross the narrow path passing through rocky chunks. Fromm there, we can see the main glacier too. After passing the snow-filled track, the situation in trek becomes easier. We soon get to the top of the pass (5420m) from where the view of Ama Dablam, Baruntse, and other lower peaks are awesome. The pass is vertical and care should be taken as much as possible. The fissures are seen there are dangerous too. With the proper walk, we reach down to Nymagawa valley and with few hours of further walks, we reach Thangnak and have lunch there. After lunch, we cross rocky chunks and reach Gokyo Lake. We spend the night at the settlement of Gokyo for which time taken to reach is 45 minutes from the lake.

                          Today is the final rest day of this trek. The trekkers who desire to view morning scenario from Gokyo Ri wake up early in the morning and ascent upward the peak (5360m). Others can have the belated breakfast and have an exploration around Gokyo valley and enjoy glorious scenery. Gokyo Ri is the highest mountain in Khumbu region of Nepalese Himalaya. It is located on the west side of Ngozumpa glacier (largest glacier in Nepal as well as all over the world). From this point, we can have the mesmerizing view of four 8000m peaks including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyu. After having the lifetime opportunity in the area enjoying the natural and cultural beauty, we move back to Gokyo settlement area where we spend our night.

                            Today we wake up earlier as this day, we have to walk more. This day we walk from Gokyo and pass Renjo La pass and reach Lungden. Our path goes to the north of Gokyo Land and goes upward. While ascending, if we look backward and stop for a while, we will have exceptional views of Gokyo Valley with its lake, and mountains in the background. We move on and see boulder hop towards Renjo La Pass (5420m). With the further walk, we reach the top of the pass which is noticeable from far aside because of prayer flags. From the very point, we look towards Nangpa Valley and on our own backside, we have the view of Mt. Everest and Makalu. The path downward is steep and sliding of rocks occurs quite often which makes it more difficult to cross. After some time, we arrive at Glacial Lake from where valley opens-up. We head forward to the valley through open pastures and reach small community of Arya.

                              We all become tired because of the extreme walk of the past day. So this day, we start our trial lately and move down all the way. We follow the Bhote Koshi River and walk down to Nangpa valley, passing through small settlements to finally reach the village of Marlung where we will have lunch. From Marlung we descent passing through small settlements and reach the village of Taranga. Finally, with some hours and minutes of walk, we will reach Thame. 

                                Finally, we are heading toward the end of our trek. From Thame, we move down across Bhote Khola on a built suspension bridge.  On the way, we observe Buddhist Rock paintings, Rock faces Himalayan Tahrs. Our walk continues through the valley of Thamo and back to Namche Bazaar. In Namche Bazaar, we stop for lunch. After lunch, we move down steeply to the large suspension bridge over Dudh Koshi River. We go back to Monjo passing through jorsale. We move through Benkar via blue pine, oak and rhododendron forest with the best view of Kusum Kangaru. Finally, we move towards our lodge in Phakding where we will spend the night.

                                  This is the last day of our trek. We take our breakfast and take a short walk towards the surrounding, for enjoying the final view of the Everest region. This day we move around in Lukla and enjoy the beautiful views of the Himalayas, greenery and local Sherpa cultures and lifestyle. We stay overnight at Lukla and prepare for returning back to Kathmandu next day.

                                    This is the last day of our whole trip. This day we have a breakfast early in the morning and head towards the air terminal to catch the flight to Kathmandu. After you reach Kathmandu, our team member will transfer you to your respective hotel as well. You will also have tasty and hygienic dinner treat from the side of our company with cultural dances and program.

                                    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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                                    What's Included

                                    Airport Pickup and Drop-off Services

                                    • International Arrival Pick-Up Service
                                    • Domestic Airport Drop-Off Before Trek 
                                    • Domestic Airport Pickup After the Trek 
                                    • International Dropoff on your Final Departure Day

                                    Accommodations Services

                                    • 1 Night Hotel in Kathmandu on BB Plan (Twin Sharing Basis)
                                    • 16 Nights at Local Tea Houses in the Mountain (Twin Sharing Basis)
                                    • If you want to Upgrade the Hotels in Kathmandu Apply the Addons Option

                                    Trekking Permit

                                    • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
                                    • Sagarmatha National Park Permit (Everest Permit)
                                    • Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)

                                    Domestic Flight

                                    • Kathmandu to Lukla flight ticket
                                    • Lukla to Kathmandu flight ticket

                                    In case of no Direct From Kathmandu to Lukla

                                    • Kathmandu to Ramechhap Drive by Sharing Transportation
                                    • Ramechhap to Lukla Domestic Flight Ticket
                                    • Lukla to Ramechhap Domestic Flight Ticket
                                    • Ramechhap to Kathmandu by Sharing Tourist Transportation

                                    Food During Trekking/Kathmandu:

                                    • 17 Breakfast: Local or Continental Choice from Tea House’s Menu
                                    • 17 Lunch: Simple and Light Lunch in Lunch Camp Tea Houses
                                    • 16 Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals of your Choice, Domestic or Continental Foods from the Local Tea House Menu
                                    • 1 Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu at Best Restaurant with the NTA Team 
                                    • Breakfast at Kathmandu Hotel

                                    Guide/Porter Services and Their Liabilities

                                    • English Speaking Government Licensed Trekking Guide
                                    • With a Minimum of 10 Years of Experience
                                    • All Meals for Guide/Porter
                                    • Insurances for Guide & Porter
                                    • Well Paid Salary as Per the Government`s Rate or the Concerned Association`s Circular Rate
                                    • Local Sherpa for carrying your luggage up to 20 KGs Max
                                    • First-Aid Kit Box Carried by Our Team

                                    What's Excluded

                                    • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
                                    • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
                                    • Extra-days expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary
                                    • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, a hot shower, electronic battery recharges, WIFI.
                                    • All the other expenses which not mentioned in cost includes list.
                                    • Travel Insurance: It must be covered for both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.
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                                    Best Season for Everest Circuit Trek

                                    The best seasons for trekking Mount Everest are spring (March through May) and fall (September through November).In the Everest region, spring provides lushness and consistent weather. Large white magnolia trees and colorful rhododendron trees in bloom can be found throughout the entire area. It is also the finest time for an Everest trek due to the predictable weather and stunning sights.
                                    The warmest season to visit Everest Base Camp is in May, though occasionally it can be cloudier. The climate in Everest cannot be determined for any given month. Compared to previous spring months, April is noticeably cleaner. Therefore, climbing Everest in April would be a sensible choice.
                                    Similarly, autumn is also another excellent time to visit Everest. The months of September, October, and November will provide clearer skies, fewer clouds, and better views of the mountains. Keep in mind that the region may see rain at lower elevations and snow at higher elevations, but this is very uncommon.
                                    We advise you to be ready for all types of weather.

                                    Everest Circuit Trek Difficulty

                                    You must be physically healthy and active to complete the Everest Circuit over the Three Passes which is one of the toughest treks in the Ne[pal. You must ensure that you are in good enough condition to continue the trek since it takes close to three weeks to complete. Since the hike is particularly challenging at higher levels, it will be beneficial if you have prior climbing experience. However, the routes at lower elevations are a little challenging.

                                    Highlights of Everest Circuit Trekking

                                    • Forests, ravines, terraced farms, and villages make up the scenery.
                                    • Discover the tranquil Sherpa communities and their fascinating culture and traditions.
                                    • Discover Kala Patthar, the world's highest base camp for Mount Everest and the highest point for Everest trekking.
                                    • Great High Pass Three (Kongma-La, Cho-La & Renjo La pass)
                                    • Namche Bazaar: The Soul of the Khumbu
                                    • Park National Sagarmatha
                                    • Visit the Old Tengboche Monastery.
                                    • Stunning panoramic views of the snow-covered mountains, including Mt. Everest, await you at your destination (8848m).
                                    • Take an exciting flight to Lukla.
                                    • Ngozumpa Glacier and Gokyo Lakes.
                                    • Admire the landscape of mountains such as Mt. Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Nuptse (7861m), and Ama Dablam (6856m), among others.

                                    Accommodations and Food in Everest Circuit Trek

                                    Accommodations and food in Nepal's Himalayan area are simple and basic. Tea houses don't provide high-class service but have basic amenities. The lodging in the local lodges is basic but decent. The menu is simple. You may not find varieties of food options yet those simple and basic food are fresh and healthy. Shared, basic restrooms, and laundry facilities are available. There aren't many tea shops in high-altitude areas, therefore one must be content to share basic dorms without running water or electricity. When we want a hot shower, a bucket of hot water is delivered.

                                    Everest Circuit Trekking Guide and Porters

                                    One of the challenging treks in the Himalayas is the Everest Circuit. As a result, a guide is crucial for the walk because they are knowledgeable and experienced. All of the guides that you will be given have many years of expertise and are capable of handling any issues that may arise throughout the trek. Altitude sickness is a possibility when hiking at high altitudes, so it's best to have a knowledgeable person with you in case of an emergency. Hiring a porter is advantageous for all trekkers since they will carry all of your luggage, allowing you to finish the walk without any difficulties.

                                    Useful Information for Everest Circuit Trek

                                    • Since you'll be climbing to a height of more than 2400m, keep hold not to speed the climb or exert too much physical effort.
                                    • Since altitude sickness is a possibility, you must move carefully and give your body enough time to adjust to the decreased oxygen content and rising pressure. Find out more about it from the given link.
                                    • Remember to descend right away if you experience any AMS symptoms because delaying could endanger your life.
                                    • Along with medication packs and first aid supplies, be sure to pack warm and cozy clothing for the walk.
                                    • Try to keep your bag as light as you can and avoid carrying a heavy one.
                                    • In case of a medical emergency, you might need to keep contact on hand.
                                    • The Everest Circuit requires two permits, both of which must be obtained by trekkers. The first one is the NRs 3,000 Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit (approx. USD 30). Trekkers need also have the NR 2000 Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit (approx. USD 20).

                                    Frequently Asked Questions

                                    • Q1. What is the Everest Circuit Trek?

                                      Everest Circuit Trek is a popular trekking route in the Everest region of Nepal. It is an extended version of the Everest Base Camp Trek that includes a loop through the remote and scenic Gokyo Valley. The trek offers stunning views of Mount Everest, along with other majestic peaks, beautiful valleys, and glacial lakes.

                                    • Everest Circuit Trek usually takes 17 days to complete. This duration includes trekking to Everest Base Camp, crossing the Cho La Pass, visiting the Gokyo Valley, and returning back to Lukla.

                                    • The best time to do the Everest Circuit Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season from March to May and the post-monsoon (autumn) season from September to November. These months offer stable weather, clear skies, and good visibility, making it ideal for trekking.

                                    • Everest Circuit Trek is considered to be a challenging trek. It involves long and steep ascents, high altitude, and unpredictable weather conditions. Previous trekking experience and a good level of fitness are recommended for this trek. However, with proper acclimatization and adequate preparation, it is achievable for many trekkers.

                                    • While prior trekking experience is not mandatory, it is highly recommended to have some level of experience in trekking at high altitudes. Familiarity with long-distance trekking, endurance training, and knowledge of basic trekking techniques will help you have a safer and more enjoyable experience.

                                    • To do Everest Circuit Trek, you will need two permits: the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and the Gokyo-Ri Trek Permit. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or Lukla before starting the trek.

                                    • The highest point on the Everest Circuit Trek is the summit of Kala Patthar, which stands at an altitude of 5,545 meters (18,192 feet). It offers breathtaking panoramic views of Mount Everest, Lhotse, and other surrounding peaks.

                                    • Along the Everest Circuit Trek, there are teahouses or lodges available for accommodation. These are basic but comfortable guesthouses that provide meals and a place to rest. The quality and facilities may vary at different stops along the trek, but you can expect a warm bed, basic meals, and communal areas for socializing.

                                    • Altitude sickness is a potential risk on the Everest Circuit Trek due to the high altitude. It is crucial to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and listen to your body. It is recommended to consult with a medical professional before the trek and to have travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking.

                                    • Everest Circuit Trek offers a range of highlights and attractions, including stunning views of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and other Himalayan peaks. You'll pass through picturesque Sherpa villages, Buddhist monasteries, and encounter the unique Sherpa culture. The trek also includes iconic landmarks like Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Lakes, Cho La Pass, and the viewpoint of Kala Patthar.

                                    What Our Clients Say
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                                      RebeccaCanada,March 25, 2024

                                      Into the Heart of the Himalayas during Everest Circuit Trek

                                      We are immensely grateful to Nepal Trek Adventure for leading us on the breathtaking expedition of the Everest Circuit Trek. From conquering difficult paths to experiencing the awe-inspiring grandeur of Mount Everest, each and every moment left an indelible mark on our hearts. The Everest Circuit Trek is a journey that will forever hold a special place in my heart, showcasing the incredible power and beauty of the natural world.

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                                      BrendaGermany,March 11, 2024

                                      Everest Circuit Trek Memorable Moments

                                      The Everest Circuit Trek provided an unforgettable adventure through the heart of the Himalayas. The breathtaking beauty and untamed wilderness of the area have mesmerized me since we first arrived in Lukla. We passed by remote Sherpa villages, ancient monasteries, rushing rivers, and majestic waterfalls. Each day presented new challenges and joys, from conquering steep mountain passes to admiring the awe-inspiring views of Everest and its neighbouring peaks. We are immensely grateful to Nepal Trek Adventure for leading us on the breathtaking expedition of the Everest Circuit Trek.


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