Regd. No: 196582/70/067, Vat No: 10882/77
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Region: Everest
  • Maximum Altitude: 5545m.
  • Accommodation: Tea-House / Lodge
  • Activity: Trekking/High Pass
  • Trip Grade: Challenging
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Activity per day: Approx. 5 to 6 hours walking
  • Trek duration: 17 Nights/18 Days
  • Best Time: September to December and March to May
  • Transportation: Both way Domestic
  • Start/End Point: Lukla to Lukla

Trip Overview

“The Top- Rated Adventure Trekking in Khumbu Region by Crossing the Three High Passes of the world: Kongmala Pass ((5535m/18159ft), Chola Pass (5420m.17777ft) and Renjola Pass (5360m/17585ft)”

Everest High Passes Trek is also popular as Everest Three Passes Trek among the adventure enthusiasts. It is a high level of adventure trekking to explore and uncover the astonishing mysteries of whole Khumbu region/Everest region. It is a trekking full of adventures and challenges in the sense that you are going to encounter the world highest three mountain passes: Kongmala Pass ((5535m/18159ft), Chola Pass (5420m.17777ft) and Renjola Pass (5360m/17585ft)” and witness fabulous mountain summits higher than 8000m including Mt. Everest, the top of the world.

Also, Everest High Passes Trek offers us a historical opportunity to put our footsteps at Everest Base Camp, the highest mountain base camp of the world, to trek in Sagarmatha National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the National Park Located at the highest elevation of the world, to explore Himalayan towns, local Sherpa Settlements, pious sites in the lap of Himalayas, witness mighty glaciers, pass through the gorges and the moraines and serene freshwater lakes fed by the mighty Himalayas.

What more? Of course there are a lot of things to experience beside mountains and lakes. The life style of the local people, the local foods, economic activities, environmental/ ecological issues, health and sanitation, facilities like security and accommodation and most importantly, you will realize the power of being in solitude into the innermost wilderness of the massive Himalayas all around you.

Things to do in Everest High Passes Trek

  • An incredible flight to Lukla from Kathmandu with fabulous mountain views
  • Explore Lukla Airport ( Tenjing-Hillary Airport), Lukla Town, Namche Bazaar, Hotel Everest View, Khumjung Village and holy Tengboche Monastery
  • Visit Hillary School if possible, let the history be created by putting your footprints in Sagarmatha National Park
  • Experience and enjoy rich Sherpa people’s culture and their local food items
  • Witness mighty Khumbu Glacier
  • Climb/Hike up to Kalapatthar, Walk to Everest Base Camp and ascend up to Gokyo ri and rejoice the most astounding mountain views including Nuptse, Lhotse Ama Dablam, Thamserkhu, Pumori  and Mt. Everest
  • Celebrate the bliss of thrills of crossing three Everest high passes: Chola Pass(5368m /17611ft), Kongmala Pass ((5535m/18159ft) and Renjola Pass (5360m/17585ft
  • Unveil the mysteries of alluring Gokyo Valley, its surrounding and the Gokyo Lake
  • Encounter heavily loaded Sherpas, porters and yaks on the trail and explore the oldest Thame monastery at the end

Everest High Passes Trek Difficulty

Frankly telling, it is a strenuous trek and also known as one of the most thrilling adventures of the world. Do not dare to do Everest High Passes Trek Best Trek without prior trekking experience. Prepare well in professional way and then only go for it because all the three Everest high passes: Chola Pass(5368m /17611ft), Kongmala Pass ((5535m/18159ft) and Renjola Pass (5360m/17585ft) are located above 5000m high.

Also, you must pack up highly reliable trekking equipment in order to triumph over this trek. Therefore, those who are undertaking Everest High Passes Trek Best should physically and mentally sound to confront any kind of wilderness during the trek. Sometimes, if the weather is snowy, then, the trek will be more strenuous. You also have to prepare for this.

Everest High Passes Trek Food and Accommodation

Expect to have basic accommodation all round the trek. However, you can enjoy Luxury Accommodation in Phakding, Namche and Dingboche if you really want and the cost, of course, will be higher.

Basically, you will be staying at local teahouses/guesthouses owned by the local Sherpa people. The accommodation will be on the basis of twin sharing. If you trek during autumn (Sept- Nov), you will find these teahouses/guesthouses crowded with trekkers from various countries. But don’t worry; your accommodation will be beautiful with neat and clean bedding. In case of washroom/bathroom/toilet, normally, you won’t find the attached bathrooms; you have to use the common bathroom outside of your room.

Mostly, you will get common food items like noodles, bread items, vegetable curry, lentil soup,  dumpling, chicken  curry, Nepali Daal Bhat and the like. Yes, some of the restaurants/teahouses/ guesthouses/ hotels have winder range food items in their menus and they even can serve the continental, Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Thai food items. Most importantly, you are supposed to have your dinner and breakfast where you stay overnight and lunch on the way as directed by your guide/leder.

Everest High Passes Trek Best Time of the Year

The best time/weather for Everest High Passes Trek Best is the spring ( Mar-May). Since we are going to cross the three highest passes of the world, Chola Pass ((5368m /17611ft), Kongmala Pass ((5535m/18159ft) and Renjola Pass (5360m/17585ft we must avoid the snow during the crossing. Therefore, the spring offers us the most favorable timing with best temperature and no big masses of snow on the apex of Chola Pass, Kongmala Pass ((5535m/18159ft) and Renjola Pass (5360m/17585ft. Optionally, you can also go with Autumn( Sept-Nov) which will also be fine for the trekkers.

Required Permits

Trekkers must obtain two different permits for Everest Base Camp Trek. These are: TIMS Card ( Trekking Information Management Card) and Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit. One can obtain these two permits by visiting Nepal Tourism Board Office on his/her own. Or, you can simply ask your travel partner to obtain for you beforehand the trek. TIMS Card costs USD 10 and USD 30 for foreign tourists and USD 15 for SAARC nationals.

One has to provide a copy of passport and 2-4 pieces of recent passport sized photographs to prepare TIMS Card and Permits.

Experience and Preparation

Everest High Passes Trek Best is not for the beginners; it is only for the experienced ones who already owned two/three ordinary/easy treks. More specifically, one must have done at least one trek above 4000m beforehand doing Everest High Passes Trek Best since it is considered to be one of the most adventurous treks in the world. Moreover, one must have consistent stamina of walking 6-7 hours in the high Himalaya with right and reliable trekking gears. Consider it seriously that you are going to cross three highest mountain passes of the world in the same trek and prepare accordingly.

Acclimatization and Altitude sickness, a problem?

Not all the time altitude sickness will be a problem for the trekkers during Everest High Passes Trek. But, we cannot completely deny that no altitude sicknesses will a problem. Yes, some cases of altitude sickness occur and trekkers have to give up their trek to Everest High Passes Trek. Proper acclimatization, having plenty of hot water and soups, having fresh and hygienic foods, avoiding drinking water for local taps and river and having sound sleep help you in avoiding altitude sickness. In case you have altitude sickness and the problem gets worsened, you will immediately be rescued. For that, you need to have an authentic travel insurance.

We have set our Everest High Passes Trek Itinerary with proper days for acclimatization because it is one of the most important aspects of designing a particular trekking itinerary. We will have three acclimatization days: one at Namche, the other at Dingboche and the final at Gokyo before we head for High Passes. These three acclimatization days will help you acclimatize your body with new elevation amply and ease you to trek to cross three highs passes in Khumbu region.

Acute mountain sickness is sudden so that one has to adopt some important precautions:

  • Get elevation gradually with proper acclimatization
  • Address your health issues if you have beforehand the trek
  • Don’t smoke and drink a lot at higher elevation
  • Avoid having impure water and food during the trek
  • Use right and reliable trekking equipment
  • Have a sound sleep
  • Report immediately to the leader if you have any problem during the trek
  • Carry first-aid kit with some basic medicines

Internet, Phone and Wifi Services on the Trail

You can simply install local Nepali SIM card in your cellphone and take it to the mountain. You can also buy data pack to run internet on the trail. In fact, for some days at higher elevation, it may not work, but, it will help you a lot during the trek. You can buy either NT or NCELL Sim car and install call and internet on your phone. It will take no more than Rs.100 for you to get it.

You can also have the access of internet or Wi Fi on the trail at local lodges/teahouses. They may charge you Rs. 200-500 per password or per device.

You can even talk to your family, relatives and the friends from the Everest Base Camp Trekking Trail very easily and can share your images and the videos instantly.

Can Solo traveler do this Trek?

No. Solo traveler cannot do Everest High Passes Trek. No solo traveler is permitted to do trekking in any trekking area in Nepal by the government. Also, the group has to be accompanied at least a guide during the trek. It means, without hiring an authorized and licensed guide, the group is not allowed to go on Everest Three Passes Trekking trail. It means, one cannot make their independent trekking on their own without a guide or a porter.

Best ways to succeed over Everest High Passes Trek

  • Find the best weathers of the year ( Autumn or Spring)
  • Experience at least two easy or moderate treks above 4000m with numerous ups and downs
  • Own the stamina of walking at least 6 hours in higher elevation in a day
  • Accompany with professional and experienced trekking crew and the trekking partner
  • Pack up all required trekking equipment
  • Follow the instruction of your trekking leader
  • Don’t eat and drink haphazardly
  • Do proper acclimatization and ascend gradually

Details Itinerary

You can arrive in Kathmandu via any international flight that people recommend for you. Optionally, you can take a drive if you are using road to enter Nepal. You can use Indian and Chinese border for this. Whatever way you use for arriving in Kathmandu, our representative will receive you and takes you to the hotel. The representative will let you know about the short orientation meeting regarding your Everest-Gokyo Lake Trek. Since we do not have any scheduled activities to do for today, you just rest and relax at the hotel or take a short walk around the city if time favors you.

Today, largely, you will spend your time with astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Kathmandu. You will go to explore them one by one after your breakfast. The private vehicle will come to receive you along with a professional and experienced city guide at the hotel where your stay and transfer you to the historical and religious sites which includes Swyombhunath Stupa( Monkey Temple), Patan Durbar Square, Bouddhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple. You end this trip at around between 3-4 pm and prepare for your Everest-Gokyo Lake Trek.

Initially, you will take a short drive to the domestic terminal of Kathmandu Airport with your guide and then will take a spectacular 35 minutes flight to Lukla. As you take off, you head to Langtang Himalayan range and will switch the direction towards Lukla. Slowly the astonishing mountain panoramas begin to loom in your sight and you will them at fullest. But, actually, these moments won’t last for long, only 35 minutes and you land at Lukla airport.  From Lukla, you excitedly begin your walk towards Phakding. You begin your trek from 2860m which is Lukla and end at 2610m which is Phakding. You will enjoy this short walk for 3-4 hours today through traditional Sherpa settlements and lush forest. Arrive at Phakding and stay overnight at the lodge.

Today’s trek will delight you tremendously taking you to one of the most incredible towns in Khumbu region, Namche Bazaar. Also, you will begin your walk in Sagarmatha National Park from Monjo which is located at 2835m high above the sea level. One of the most astonishing attractions of today’s walk is the suspension bridges and Sagarmatha National, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy walk along the Dudhkoshi river and ascend up to Namche Bazaar after crossing a suspension bridge with colorful prayers flags. Namche Bazaar is located at 3440m above the seal level. You can go around the town and observe the things if you have time in the evening. Stay overnight at hotel/lodge.

Hiking up to Hotel Everest View will the first priority for us today. We will go to see stunning sunrise and breathtaking mountain views including Mt. Everest from Hotel Everest View point.  The Hotel Everest View is located at 3962m high above the sea level. Besides, you will also enjoy the spectacular Tamang and Sherpa settlement of Khumjung Village at the same time. With incredible views of Thamserkhu and Abadablam, we walk down to Namche Bazaar and explore the town in the afternoon. You can observe very busy Tibetan traders selling the goods like warm jackets and hiking boots in the evening. Take rest and relax at hotel and enjoy the dish you like.

Optionally, you can trek to Thame village to explore sacred Thame Monastery, one of the oldest monasteries of Khumbu region.

After your acclimatization at Namche Bazaar, we trek to Tengboche today which is situated at 3860m hight above the sea level. You will enjoy the walk in Sagarmatha National Park with magnificent view of Ama Dablam and other alluring summits.

Walk past through Namche Bazaar and get to the main path to Tengboche. You will also see herd of mules and yaks carrying loads while walking along the flat trail. Leaving the trail to Gokyo, we walk down to the river, cross it and walk up to Tengboche. The very impressive Tengboche Monastery and the serene surrounding of Tengboche town will make our evening blessed and beautiful.

The walk today is all though serene lush forest of birch, juniper and rhododendron of Sagarmatha National Park. On the way, you will also witness some panorama of mountain. Relatively, today’s walk is going to be mild and moderate because you will trek along the flat trail till you get to Dingboche village Arrive at Dingboche and explore the town in the evening.

This is the second day- acclimatization at Dingboche after Namche before heading towards Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar. We use this acclimatization day by walking/hiking up to the Nagartang Hills. We begin this hiking after breakfast. The hill is located just above Dingboche town. On reaching the top of the Nagartang Hill, we can view Kangtega, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Taboche and many other alluring mountain peaks in Khumbu region with their full charm and beauty.

Enjoy a beautiful breakfast at Dingboche and begin your walk for Chukkung Valley. On the way, you will pass through tundra vegetations witnessing some magnificent mountain panorama. As you are approaching to Chukkung Valley, it you witness Island Peak visibly. Enjoy local accommodation and food at Chukkung valley.

It gonna be truly an adventurous day for us because we are going to cross the mountain pass above 5000m. Have a good breakfast and carry enough water and some light snacks for you so that you won’t go starved on the crossing. Ascend up to Kongmala Pass and you can capture breathtaking mountain panorama including Mt. Everest. Next, you descend to Lobuche village.

Today will be very important day for us because we are going to achieve our final goal of stepping at the Base Camp of world highest mountain, Everest. First, we trek to Gorekhshep which is located at 5160m above the sea level, where we keep our bigger luggage for we are returning there for overnight stay. As we head closer to Gorekhshep, we capture more breathtaking views of Mt. Nupse and alluring Pumori. We also encounter moraines, experience Khumbu Glacier and some huge crevasses on the way to Gorekhshep from Lobuche.  Next, we trek to Everest Base Camp which is located at an elevation of 5364m. above the sea level, make the moments memorable by making photographs, rejoice every second and minute and walk back to Gorekhshep, finally.

You need to be at the top of Kalapatthar before the sun rises because we are going to capture the most fabulous sunrise and mountain views in our life. Climbing up to the top of  Kalapatthar (5644m)takes around 40 minutes . We get our cameras ready for capturing the blissful moments of sunrise and the dazzling mountain panoramas. We can capture entire mountain range include Mt. Everest , Lhotse, Nupse, Pumori, Nupse and many other numerous towering peaks.

Then, we walk down to Gorekhshep, have breakfast and trek down to the place called Dzongla and prepare for the next adventure to cross Chola Pass. Stay overnight there at Dzongla.

Today’s trek will be very important for us because you are going to cross Chola Pass (5368m), one of the highest mountain passes of the world. Initially, you begin to ascend until you get to the apex of Chola Pass and then walk down to the place called Thangak. The decent is a bit slippery. Be careful while doing the descent. Importantly, you will view entire mountain peaks of Khumbu region including Mt. Everest from Chola Pass today. Walk down to the village called Thangnak and stay overnight.

You will spend larger portion day passing via numerous moraines. You head to Gokyo Village and Gokyo Lake beating the flat trail through the moraines. Finally, you will be astonished to see a massive freshwater lake with beautiful settlements at the edge.

Rise early in the morning and walk up to Gokyo ri. It takes around 2 hours to ascend up to the apex of Gokyo ri. You are doing it before the sun rises. As the sun rises, you will make your camera and the eyes to capture marvelous sunrise and the mountain summits including Everest from Gokyo ri. After you celebrate the beautiful moments, you descend down to Gokyo village and have your breakfast. After breakfast can either go round the lake and the village for exploration or you can simply take rest at the teahouse and enjoy the dishes you like.

Put your footsteps forward from Gokyo for Renjola Pass ((5360m/17585ft) after your breakfast. You will have an ascent all the way until you getto the apex of Renjola Pass. The top of the Renjola Pass will offer you fabulous mountain summits including the top of the world, Mt. Everest. Capture the blissful moments at the top and walk all the way down to the place called Marlung.

Now, you will again continue to follow the descent till you get to a traditional Sherpa village with the oldest monastery of the Khumbu region, Thamo or Thame. If the time permits, you visit and explore the monastery in the evening.

Mostly, you follow Dudhkoshi River after you leave Thamo. The walk today is still in Sagarmatha National Park till you get to Monjo. Before you get to Monjo, you pass Jorsalle. Arrive at Monjo and stay overnight there.

Day 19: Monjo to Lukla (2840m./9320ft) 4-5hrs walk

Walk past Phakding, ascend up to Lukla town and wait for the flight to Kathmandu next morning.

Today, you say good bye to the mountains and take another short and spectacular flight to Kathmandu with astonishing views of mountains and the landscapes. No sooner you arrive at Kathmandu airport, you will be transferred to the hotel and we will have a cultural farewell dinner together in the evening.

Today, you will leave Kathmandu for your home or for other trips that you are going to undertake. For this, we receive you from the hotel and drop you to the Tribhuvan International Airport and we bid farewell and you will depart. Have a wonderful time ahead

Cost Exclude/Includes

Cost Includes

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up and Drop by private car/van/bus
  • Both Way Domestic Flight Fair Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Hotel In Kathmandu: 2 Nights standard accommodation in Katmandu include Breakfast
  • You’re Meal in During the Trekking as Your standard meals (3 times a day Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with cup of tea or Coffee)
  • All Trekking Permit and Paper work as Sagarmath National Park Permit and Local Permit
  • Local Transportation
  • All accommodations in lodge/tea houses during the treks
  • Trekking Guide: An experienced, helpful, friendly and English speaking Trekking Guide. His well- paid salary, meals, accommodation insurance etc
  • Trekking Porter: porters (1 porter for 2 peoples). Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation
  • After the Success Trip, Everest Trekking Routes will Provides Adventure Certificate
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
  • All government taxes
  • Service charge

Cost Includes

  • Meals and Accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Deserts (cakes, bakes and pies)
  • Additional size of Pots Hot Drinks
  • Bottled drinks
  • Boiled water
  • Electronic device re-charge
  • Hot shower
  • On the trekking Wi- Fi
  • Personal expenses any type
  • Travel insurance and evacuation insurance
  • Tipping for Guide and Porter

Question and Answer

Cost & Date

All set dates are guaranteed departures. If the following dates are not suitable for your travel plans then contact us for your custom trip dates. The private trips are available on any date of your selection at any time of the year.

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Client Reviews

Based on 58 reviews.
Alfie Duchars
Alfie Duchars
We arrived at Kathmandu airport with only the plan that we wanted to do the 3 passes trek, we hadn’t actually organised anything, and were even thinking we would only need a guide for parts of the trek. Milan met us at the airport by chance, rode with us in our taxi to our hotel and said he’d be happy to help us with the whole trek, but without forcing us to use his company. We don’t regret a thing - we paid one very good price which included a guide from Kathmandu for the whole trek, the flights to and from Lukla, accomodation in lodges and teahouses and 3 meals a day. Milan even included paragliding, bunjee jumping and white water rafting in this same price. The trek was stunning, lucky enough to have perfect weather for the most part. We also couldn’t have asked for a better guide, Rajan was perfect for us, took us at our pace and taught us so much about Nepal and the culture that we never would’ve been able to learn without him. He became not only a brilliant companion but a good friend who we hope to see again. Once we arrived back in Kathmandu after the trek he even took us to his sister’s home and we were given a perfect home cooked Dhal bhat - a real treat after all the mountain food we’d been having. Overall, Himalayan Spirit Adventure has turned out to be a very good find, and Milan an excellent organiser and very fair businessman. He’s even taking us out to dinner tonight! We are very pleased and happy that our 2months in Nepal has started so well. Thank you Milan and the team!
Nans Bouissou
Nans Bouissou
Nice tour very Well organised from Kathmandu I spent 11 days in Langtang which was beautiful going two times over 4000 meters !! The guide was very kind and professionnal and helped me to go through that challenge. Im very thankful to him for that. After I saw beautiful mountain from Nagakrot and had the chance to chill 3 days in Pokhara. The company is very arranging as they accept to change my hotel for a better one in the center. You can trust them for your next trip Nepal if you want to be well accompanied ;)
Bianka Hermanski
Bianka Hermanski
We really liked the trip Milan organized for us. We met him at the airport and we discussed our wishes at his office in Kathmandu. We did a nice hiking tour from Pokhara to Australian Basecamp in the Annapurna highlands. After that we did a nice rafting tour and a safari near Chitwan. Milan was always available for questions and we didn't need to be worry about anything. I can recommend him very much.
Gerrard Ould
Gerrard Ould
Our trek to Everest Base Camp with Himalayan Spirit Adventure Treks and Expeditions was exceptional! We were lucky to have one of Nepal’s greatest and best known guides - Jagat (“Kaji”). He knew Everest like the back of his hand, having been a guide and Sherpa for over 50 years. Everyone along the trek knew him well and we were warmly welcomed by his colleagues and friends everywhere we went. He was so respected and known that he was able to use his connections to achieve what we simply couldn’t do ourselves (eg. Getting us on return flights from Lukla on a different airline at no cost, when there was no availability with the company we had tickets to). He spoke some English and was able to tailor our trip to our needs. He is an incredibly kind, giving and caring person. Whilst he was much older than us, and we consider ourselves fairly active and fit, he set a comfortable pace and we felt so incredibly lucky to have experienced the Everest trek with him. DB (family to Kaji), organised everything before our trip, including flights and pick up. He set out our itinerary and made sure it was what we needed, and that nothing was left out. He even contacted us periodically through our trek to ensure we were well and didn’t need anything. This company is a LOCAL company, employing LOCAL people, ensuring the money returns to the LOCAL community. Whilst you may be tempted to trek with a big foreign company for peace of mind, I can assure you, you won’t be disappointed by this company as it’s fantastic and the people are genuine and wonderful. Thank you especially to Kaji. We would love to see you soon.
Lucilla Patrizi
Lucilla Patrizi
Through our accommodation in Thamel, we were introduced to manager Dh, who immediately informed us about the different trekking options. We went for a drink to discuss the routes again and he told us about the career of the agency. We finally decided on the Manaslu trek, which we unfortunately had to postpone for 2 days due to an illness. Dh was helpful and understanding, so it was no problem to postpone the tour at very short notice. The Manaslu Circuit Tour would have been unimaginable without Madhu, our guide. He organized spontaneously and reliably the accommodations and the daily stages and was always a good companion. Madhu knew the area and the people of the surroundings very well, so he did not have a map with him. If you value getting an overview of the route, you should carry one yourself. On the whole, a good price-performance ratio, a helpful crew who knows their business!
Tomás González
Tomás González
We arrived to Nepal thinking about doing this trek on our own, but in the end we thought the piece of mind of having everything arranged for us (route, sleeping places, etc.) would make the trip more worth it. We were right! Milan and his team made sure we had all perfectly planned, but also had space to make adjustments based on our adaptation to the altitude and spontaneous decisions based on our interests (I'm a photographer so I took my time on each place.) Our guide/porter made sure we achieved our goal of reaching the Everest Base Camp safely. When I had complications adapting to the altitude of over 5000 meters, he reacted promptly, knowing exactly what to do. As I plan to come back to Nepal in a few years (this time to do a summit), I would trust on this company again and I recommend it whether you want to do a short trek or one of +2 weeks.
Jamie McClenaghan
Jamie McClenaghan
Such an unforgettable experience. I arrived to Nepal on a whim with no real plan on what i wanted to get out of the trip. I was introduced to Milan and his team who created a unique and thrilling experience for me which would last the duration of my trip. I paid a single fee and EVERYTHING else was taken care of by Milan and his team. Milan and the team were very flexible and helped me in any way they could with information about Kathmandu, local deals and even arranged my PCR tests. Literally everything was taken care of by Milans team. It was fantastic. I will most certainly come back to Nepal and will 100% be with Himalayan Spirit Adventure Treks & Expeditions again. Though this time i will arrive as a friend rather than a customer. Thank you once again Milan!
Cassidy Newman
Cassidy Newman
Milan and his team made our trip to Kathmandu unforgettable. My travel partner and I got to the country having no idea what to do and how we would navigate the city until Milan came in and saved the day. His team went above and beyond to make sure we didn't have to do any logistics and could just enjoy our vacation. With knowledgeable tour guides and the best hospitality in the city, Milan gave us an insider's view of Nepal with an experience that left us feeling like family.

Cassidy Newman

Milan and his team made our trip to Kathmandu unforgettable. My travel partner and I got to the country having no idea what to do and how we would navigate the city until Milan came in and saved the day. His team went above and beyond to make sure we didn’t have to do any logistics and could just enjoy our vacation. With knowledgeable tour guides and the best hospitality in the city, Milan gave us an insider’s view of Nepal with an experience that left us feeling like family.

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