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  • Everest Photography Trek

  • Everest Photography Trek

Everest Photography Trek

 

Everest Photography Trek is the best trek possible in Nepal to witness panoramic views of Himalayans ranges within a trip. This trip allows you to photograph or witness the 360 degree view of Himalayan ranges of Khumbu region. Nepal is one of the best destinations for adventure travel the world. Nepal has many destination for different types of travel activities such normal trekking, trekking in high mountains, trekking peaks, cultural and religious tours, family and honeymoon trips, corporate retreats and climb high mountains. And Nepal is one of best destination for photograph. It is known as world’s photogenic country.

 

Most of the Himalayan places are very nice for Photography trek. But this time, we are taking you to the Everest region where roof of the world is lied. It is said that photography is the art of nature and combination of photography art and natural beauties, your memories can be captured in a click. And you know Photography comes down to one word that is vision and imagination.

 

Sagarmatha National Park, the world heritage site where mount Everest is located, has many high mountains and peaks like Amadablam, Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori etc. Most of these peaks are technical and are used as expedition and Everest Three High Passes trek is designed for those trekkers who would like to climb these passes as normal trekking trip and avoid the more technical summit part. This trek is also called Everest High passes trek and it is the most scenic trek in the land of the Himalayas. This trek allows you to pass three high passes of Everest region such as Renjo Pass (5,360m), Cho-la Pass (5420m) and Khongma La Pass (5,545m).

 

This trip allows trekkers to pass these three high passes and whilst doing so you will witness one of the most scenic panoramic view of all the mountain ranges of Everest region. It is a challenging trek taking in three spectacular high passes in one of the most scenically stunning areas. This is the ultimate high-altitude trek, in the world’s most spectacular mountain terrain. You will also witness nearly every climbing peak and mostly from Kalapattar, you’ll be in the lap of Mount Everest and also witness panoramic views of Cho Oyo, Mount Everest, Cholatse , Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, Amadablam, Lobuche and other mountain giants from the top of Renjo Pass, Chola and Khongma La. Besides the majestic views of peaks and high mountains, you will also have the opportunities to see the birth place of our mountain legends like Appa Sherpa (21 times Everest Summiter), Tenzin Norgay Sherpa and other Sherpa climbers.

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Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel    

Day 02: Flight: Kathmandu-Lukla and trek to Phakding walk

Day 03: Trek: Phakding-Namche 

Day 04: Rest and explore around Namche

Day 05: Trek: Namche-Thame

Day 06: Trek: Thame - Lungden

Day 07: Trek: Lungden- Renjo Pass (5360m)-Gokyo

Day 08: Trek: Gokyo Rest Day

Day 09: Trek: Gokyo-Gokyo Ri (5360m)- Dragnag 

Day 10: Trek:Dragnag-Chola Pass (5420m)- Dzongla

Day 11: Trek: Dzongla- Lobuche (4930m)-Gorakshep

Day 12: Trek: Gorakshep -Kalapattar (5545m)-Lobuche

Day 13: Trek: Lobuche -Khongma Pass (5545m)-Chukung

Day 14: Trek: Chukung -Tengboche

Day 15: Trek: Tengboche- Monjo

Day 16: Trek:  Monjo –Lukla

Day 17: Trek:  Lukla –Kathmandu

Day 18: Kathmandu Tour

Day 19: Departure from Kathmandu



TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Superb panoramic views of all 7000m and 8000m peaks
  • Summit the three non-technical high passes of Everest region Renjo Pass (5,360m), Cho-la Pass (5420m) and Khongma La Pass (5,545m)
  • Stunning Gokyo Lake
  • Birthplaces of legendary climbers such as Appa Sherpa, Tezing Norgay Sherpa, Angrita Sherpa etc.
  • Himalayan flora and fauna of Sagarmatha National Park
  • Panoramic view of all mountain ranges of Khumbu region
  • The life style of Sherpa people, ancient villages and yak farmlands
  • Cross the Snow-capped peaks without any technical complication
  • Best economic way to climb the peaks

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