Christina USA22 Nov 2017
Full-circuit loop, 3 weeks of bliss
I did the full circuit loop, starting at Besisahar and ending in Nayapul. Went without a porter/guide, started alone but met an awesome group of friends along the way! We took our time, spending a few days each at some of the bigger villages and more beautiful locations. Favorite sceneries included the few days leading up to and include the Thorung La Pass (beautiful Himalaya views) and the final few days (Poon Hill sunrise, difficult but rewarding up/down climbs through the lower mountains). We didn’t do any camping – although we met some trekkers that did – so only needed our light, 30L packs as supplies and accommodations can all be found at villages along the way.
Paulo Italy22 Nov 2017
Marvelous views at Annapurna Base Camp
I just returned from the 12 day Annapurna Base Camp trek. I used the services of Himalayan International Trek. They organized the trip from start to finish without any hitches. Being a relatively senior citizen I found the trek tough at some places but was rewarded by the breath-taking views on reaching ABC. The guide and porter did a good job in helping me throughout the trek. A word of advice for anyone planning the trek – try and avoid the rainy season (even though my trek was towards end Aug and early Sep the rains were still around). You will be trekking in the rain and at some sectors harassed by leeches.
Alex Uk22 Nov 2017
Incredible Everest Trekking
I am Alex from Uk was in nepal as a fellow traveller. Friend of mine had recommend me a Himalayan International Treks for my short trek to Namche. I had a really nice trek and wonderful time with this company. Specially the Ram who is running the company is very much informative and he has young team for Adventure tourism. I would suggest to use this company to anyone who wants to doing a trek in Nepal.
Brooklyn New York22 Nov 2017
Once-in-a-Lifetime Breathtaking Journey through the Majestic Himalayas
Tashi Delek – I received a season’s greetings card from the Tibet Guest House, reminding me what an unforgettable journey I had in Nepal. Visiting Nepal was life-changing, as cliché, as it sounds. The trek I completed in Nepal, from Lukla to Tengboche, was amazing—crossing suspension bridges, eating amazing meals that were made to order (be patient), meeting the gracious people of Nepal, being removed (at times) from electronics (i.e. no computers, no televisions)—it really reminded me how out of touch I’ve gotten with the world. This journey re-connected me with myself and with basic life, mindfully: eating, sleeping, trekking. I have to advise, it is a good idea to physically train before you embark on a trek, especially, if you normally, don’t hike like myself. I recommend trekking poles—they really helped through some of the steep parts of the trek. I also, recommend wearing a hat, buff, sunglasses, as it can get really dusty, with the dirt trails plus, you’re sharing them with dzos. Also, highly recommended is a small day pack to carry while you hike, for toilet paper, water, and snacks. It was very cold in Tengboche—wearing layers is a must, also, having a warm sleeping bag & headlamp, as the guesthouse room did not have heating or lighting available at night. A good pair of high top hiking shoes is a must & staying hydrated is important, due to the altitude. My analogy on the bathroom situation in the guesthouses is, it is like a slot machine, you do not know, whether if it is going to go down or not, until you hit the flush lever. The outhouses along the trekking trails were actually, more pleasant than the western toilets. What really made the trek though was our trek leader —our leader really educated our group about Nepali culture and had incredible stories to share, so having a good trek leader does make or break the trek. Be aware when you get your visa for Nepal–how long it is valid for. Reason to note this, is that there may be flight delays, due to poor flying visibility, which may leave you stranded for a few more days longer in Nepal than planned—likely, after your visa has expired so be warned. As far as Kathmandu, it was infused with spirituality, with Hinduism and Buddhism co-existing peacefully. Be prepared to bargain for merchandise and note, that sometimes, old, torn rupees may not be accepted by all merchants. Namaste!
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