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Annapurna Circuit Trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal is the longest and one of the most diverse treks in the world. Walking the distance of 128miles through four districts (Lamjung, Manang, Mustang and Myagdi) and two zones (Dhaulagiri an Gandaki) allows you to encircle the Annapurna massif along with amazing views of mountains -Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Langtang Himal, Manaslu, Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Peak

Altitude range: 4000 - 6000m

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  • 14/03/2020 - 20/04/2020

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All about this trip

Annapurna Circuit Trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal is the longest and one of the most diverse treks in the world. Walking the distance of 128miles through four districts (Lamjung, Manang, Mustang and Myagdi) and two zones (Dhaulagiri an Gandaki) allows you to encircle Annapurna massif along with Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Langtang Himal, Manaslu, Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Peak.

However, The Annapurna Circuit trekking route isn’t just perfect for the dramatic views of lofty mountains but is also the best in terms of the diversity in climate (Tropic-600m to Arctic-5,416m), altitude (deepest gorge to the high pass – 5,400m), landscape (tropical forest featuring rare species of plants and animals, terminal moraine, snow line and barren land), trail (steep, narrow, icy, windy and dusty) religion (Hinduism, Buddhism, Bonpo and Tibetan Buddhism), pristine little settlements (Thini, Lurpa, and Nargon) and culturally prosperous tribal groups (Gurung, Thakali and Manangi); their culture, tradition, festival, food, dance and dialect.

Some of the major highlights of this trek around Annapurna are two river valleys (Gandaki & Marshyangdi), Thorung La pass (5,400m), Hindu and Buddhist holy site (Muktinath Temple), amazing fire-flame produced by natural gas from soil, water and rock (Jwala Mai Temple) and one of the oldest monasteries in the Annapurna region (Braga). In terms of Trekking, the Annapurna circuit is another superb opportunity to enjoy two contradictory baths – one is a sacred bath in water pouring through 108 bull-faced taps and a dip in chilling water in the Kunds (Saraswati and Laxmi) in the premises of Muktinath and the other one is a muscle relaxing bath in hot springs (Chame and Tatopani) en route.

You can also enjoy the early morning sunrise views in the Himalayas (from Poon Hill). An Annapurna circuit trekking map will also be provided for the convenience of trekkers to navigate these places. This ciruit Annapurna trek will definitely prove to be one of the rarest and special adventure experiences in your life.

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Join us on the Annapurna Circuit Trek

Our Annapurna Circuit Trek includes a night spent in the beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara
Our Team in Nepal have been guiding around Annapurna since 2001.
Climb over the challenging Thorang La Pass (5,416m)
You stay in comfortable lodges (or “Tea Houses”) rather than camping & the fantastic Apsara Boutique Hotel in Kathmandu
We take special care of our porters & guides. They are probably the best equipped in Nepal.
Your kit bag is carried for you, so you only need carry a day pack
Prices include all permits
You can take advantage of our free duffel bag, down jacket and sleeping bag for the trek.

Experience Required

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is suitable for keen walkers/trekkers who are able to walk for 4 – 5 hours in a day, with a light rucksack.


We can forward a detailed equipment list upon booking. However you can also view our Recommended Equipment for this trip »

Over the years, we have gained an incredible amount of experience and expertise in outdoor equipment and clothing. We have applied this to each trip that we offer and recommend what we believe to be the most suitable items for your trip.

What's included in this tour?

Items that are included in the cost of the tour price


  • Airport Pick-up and Drop-off
  • 3 nights accommodation with breakfast
  • Full-day guided city tour
  • Welcome and farewell dinner at one of the best Nepalese restaurants with some traditional Nepalese dancing and music
  • Airport transfers for domestic flight
  • Bus transportation to Besisahar (Public bus) and return from Pokhara to Kathmandu (By Tourist couch)
  • Breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • All Trekking permits
  • 1 Night accommodation in Pokhara
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • All accommodation whilst on trek (Lodge/Tea house) or Tent on request
  • Fresh fruit after dinner
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Filtered water on the entire trek (Save on plastic bottles)
  • Experienced Fully licensed English speaking guide and his entire expenses
  • Porters (One porter for each 2 members) and his entire expenses
  • Insurance of Guide and Porter
  • All required local and government taxes
  • 800 fill North Face down jacket and winter sleeping bag (if required)
  • FREE 80ltr EverTrek duffel bag
  • EverTrek Trip Planner & Access to online programme
  • EverTrekker T-shirt & Neck Buff
  • Oximeter & Heart Rate Monitor– To calculate Oxygen Levels and Heart rate to help with Altitude
  • 15% discount with Cotswold Outdoor

What's not included in this tour?

Items that are not included in the cost of the tour price
  • International flights to Kathmandu
  • Nepal arrival Visa
  • Meals in the city except breakfast and other mentioned special dinner
  • Personal expenses including mineral water, and alcoholic drinks and beverages
  • Monument entrance fees
  • Your travel insurance that covers Helicopter evacuation
  • Any other extended trips and accommodation
  • Day 1

    Arrival day. (1,300m/4,264 ft)

    Welcome to Kathmandu – the capital city of Nepal. Today is your first day with EverTrek. We will send one of our company representatives to pick you up at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). Today, we also have our welcome dinner.

    Meals included: Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Nepali food, Cultural music and Ethnic dance.)

  • Day 2

    Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and trek preparation (1,300m/4,264 ft)

    Kathmandu valley, is a place of numerous natural, cultural and historical sites. Therefore, today, we take you on a day tour around Kathmandu. After your tour, we again meet for a few hours to finalize your clothing and trekking gear (down jacket, trekking boots, sleeping bags etc.) required during the trek. The night will be spent at the hotel in Kathmandu.

    Meals included: Breakfast

    (Highlights of the day: World Heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square (a historical structure offering architectural wonders), the Pashupatinath temple (a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva- lord possessing the power of destruction), Swyambhunath and Boudhanath (a Buddhist shrine dedicated to Lord Buddha- Light of Asia.)

  • Day 3

    Drive to Besisahar (760m/2,493ft) 7 hours

    Today, in the morning our guides will pick you up at your hotel and take you to the bus station to catch a bus to Besisahar. The bus will head towards the west of Kathmandu valley and continue the journey towards the western part of Nepal till Dumre following the Prithvi Highway. On reaching Dumre, the bus will head towards the north to Besisahar. The night will be spent at a lodge in Besisahar.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Comfortable tourist bus, windy highway along the Trisuli River, breathtaking view of waterfalls, rivers, jungles, hamlets higher up on the hills, terraced field with seasonal crop, different vegetations, curious faces of people running motels, restaurants and lodges.)

  • Day 4

    Trek to Bahundanda (1,398m/45,86ft) 6 and half hours

    First day of the trek, starts from Besisahar towards north following the dusty road which also passes through the sub-tropical forest, and rice terraces. We stop for some time at Khudi and Bhulbhule to relish the view of a 60m high waterfall and the first view of Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdi Chuli. From here we move towards the small town of Nagdi, cross a long suspension bridge over Nagdi River and soar up to Bahundanda. The night will be spent at a lodge in Bahundanda.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: sub-tropical forest, 60m long waterfall, first view of Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdichuli, Gurung and Tamang settlements and rice terraces.)

  • Day 5

    Trek to Chamje (1,410m/4,625ft) 5-6 hours

    Second day of the trek, we steeply drop down to Syange (1,070m) that offers the best view of the waterfall. The trail from this place gets comparatively tougher. From here we cross the suspension bridge over Marsyangdi River and head towards Jagat village following the trail along the river. From Jagat, a vertical ascent will finally take you to Chamje. The night will be spent at a lodge in Chamje.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day:Best views of the waterfall, culturally captivating community, rice terraces, green woodland, unbelievable landscape, humming Marsyangdi River, sheer ascend and descend)

  • Day 6

    Trek to Bagarchhap(2,080m/6,824ft) 6 and half hours

    Third day of the trek, we leave the Lamjung district behind and enter the Manang district. Starting from Bagarchhap, we first drop down to the Marsyangdi River, cross the bridge over the river, follow the trace along the Marsyangdi River bank, climb up towards the Tal Phedi and finally take a steep climb that takes you to the Tal- the opening village of Manang District. We then trace our way through a classic entrance door influenced by Tibetan culture and a few up and down hill to Dharapani village and then to the destination of the day, Bagarchhap. The night will be spent at a lodge in Bagarchhap.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Tal village, the first village of Manang district situated at the base of a huge waterfall, Rhododendron & bamboo forests, corn, barley, maize & potato fields, Apple orchards, Tibetan villages (with archetypal flat roofed stone houses) decorated with prayer flag, and Tibetan culture.)

  • Day 7

    Trek to Chame (2,720m/8,923ft) 5 hours

    Fourth day of the trek, we first climb up to Danaque and take the higher route, that offers dramatic views of the mountains, out of two available routes and then pass through the village of Tyanga. From here, we walk towards Chame (Manang’s district headquarter) through the pine forest. The trail is rough, that demands lots of up and down walking and crossing river several times. The night will be spent at a lodge in Chame.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Excellent view of Mt. Manaslu, Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II & IV, Chame-one of the largest settlements of this area, the local population of natives that migrated from the land of Tibet centuries ago, hot spring thermal bath at the bank of river to relax your muscles.)

  • Day 8

    Trek to Pissang (3,060m/10,039ft) 5 hours

    The fifth day of the trek will first make you walk the steep trail that will take you into the dense Oak and Maple forest. Then we cross two long bridges and move till the trail bends. From here we join the trail that takes us to Pissang. We also hike to the village at the upper Pisang for the purpose of acclimatisation. The night will be spent at a lodge in Pissang.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Oak & Maple forest, the first sight of a Paungda Danda rock face- a curbed chunk of rock mounting above 1500m from the river.)

  • Day 9

    Trek to Manang (3,440m/11,286ft) 5 hours

    The sixth day of the trek makes you walk towards the drier part of the Manang district. Here again, you are provided with two route options north (via Ghyaru) and south (via Hongde) of Marsyangdi River which eventually meet up at Mungi. If you are looking for an easier route, we opt for southern route, but if you are looking for a bit harder and longer route then we follow the northern one. From Mungi, we head toward Manang crossing Bryanga en route. The night will be spent at a lodge in Manang.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Drier upper part of Manang district, old Tibetan villages like Ghyaru and Hongde)

  • Day 10

    Acclimatisation day

    The seventh day of the trek is an acclimatisation day. Being active is the right way to adapt to the higher altitude and thinning air rather than laying low. Therefore, to aid acclimatisation, wither take a short hike to the ridge nearby Gangapurna glacier or walk up to the cave above Manang village. The remaining time will be utilized walking the villages appreciating the beauty of the village, native people and their culture. We take all the measures required to acclimatize before heading the higher altitude. The night will be spent at a lodge in Manang.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: View of Gangapurna glacier, cave, and Manang village, local people, their culture, religion and dialect.)

  • Day 11

    Trek to Lader (4,230m/13,877ft) 5 and half hours

    The eighth day of the trek, we leave Manang and walk up towards Letdar. Today we walk through Tenki Manang, Jarsang Khola Valley, and Ghunsa on a scrub juniper and alpine grass through few meadows that finally takes us to Yak Kharka. From Yak Kharka, we continue our walk for an hour in order to reach Letdar. The night will be spent at a lodge in Letdar.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Tenki Manang, Jarsang Khola Valley, Ghunsa, meadows where yak and horses graze and alpine grasses.)

  • Day 12

    Trek to Thorang Phedi (5,416M/17769 FT ) 4 hours

    he ninth day of the trek, we move towards Thorang Phedi. Initially the trail is easy which drops down to the river, crosses wooden bridge and climbs up to tea shops; however, the trail becomes challenging as it heads towards the Thorang Phedi through the cliff. If you want to lessen your following day’s walk, we can also hike till higher camp today. The night will be spent at a lodge in Thorang Phedi.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Combination of easy and rough trail, experience of cliff walking, and few newly built guest houses)

  • Day 13

    Trek to Muktinath via Thorang La (3,760m/12,335ft) 8 hours

    The ninth day of the trek and we take you to the highest point in the entire Annapurna circuit (Thorang La Pass-5,416m). To avoid violent wind in the afternoon, we start early so that we can reach the top before 10 in the morning. This is a steep uphill walk for about 4 hours which finally takes you to the top of the Thorang La pass. We spend some time here and then descend downhill for 4 hours to Muktinath in Mustang district. The night will be spent at a lodge in Muktinath.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Thorang La pass (5,416m) -the highest point in entire Annapurna circuit, view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri from Thorang La pass, Muktinath- Buddhist (place of nirvana) and Hindu (god of salvation) shrine, 108 water sprouts and 2 Kunds (Laxmi and Saraswati) in the premises of Muktinath, Jwala Mai Temple, Lakhang and Gonde gompa, Chortens and colorful prayer flags.)

  • Day 14

    Trek to Marpha (3,500m/11,482ft) 6 hours

    The tenth day of the trek, the trail takes a downward direction towards the Kaligandaki Valley through the bank of the holy Kali Gandaki River and finally towards windy valley – Jomsom. The trail then heads towards Marpha. The night is spent at a lodge in Marpha.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Kali Gandaki valley, one of the most dangerous airfields at Jomsom, village settlements and huge monasteries, Apple orchard and apple brandy factory. If you are lucky, you may also find fossils ‘Shaligrams’)

  • Day 15

    Trek to Ghasa (2,010m/6,594ft) 6 hours

    The eleventh day of the trek and our destination is Ghasa. Leaving the mountains behind, we walk rough and dusty trail all the way through the valley along the Kali Gandaki River savoring the scenic beauty and the view of mountains moving away from us. The night will be spent at a lodge in Ghasa.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlight of the day: Panoramic views of mountains like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Tukuche and Nilgiri, the sight of Dhaulagiri Icefall, humming Kaligandaki River and small settlements along these rough & dusty trails.)

  • Day 16

    Trek to Tatopani (1,190m/3,904ft) 4 hours

    The twelfth day of the trek and the trail heads downwards towards Tatopani from the village of Ghasa. This is an exciting day as the trail first drops down, makes us crosses the suspension bridge, leads us towards the biggest waterfall and then takes us to the deepest gorge in the world. Then, the trail finally takes us to Tatopani where we can dip in the natural hot spring to relax our tired muscles after a long trek. The night is spent at a lodge in Tatopani.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Wonderful view of Rupse waterfall (the biggest waterfall on the trail), Kopchepani (the deepest gorge) at Dana, and the natural hot spring at Tatopani.)

  • Day 17

    Trek to Ghorepani (3,194m/10,479ft) 7-8 hours

    The thirteenth day of the trek is a long walk from Tatopani to Ghorepani. The trail first crosses the bridge over Kali Gandaki River, which brings you to the junction of trails leading you towards Beni and Ghorepani. We follow the upper trail as our destination is Ghorepani. The trail from here is comparatively difficult as the trail demands steep stone steps climb. On its way up the trail also takes us through the forest of Rhododendron offering wonderful views of the mountain peaks towering above 8000m. Offering you a chance to encounter some Gurung and Magar villages this difficult trail finally takes you to Ghorepani. The night will be spent at a lodge in Ghorepani.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

    (Highlights of the day: Vertical stone steps, Rhododendron forest, amazing view of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna range and the experience of Gurung and Magar culture, tradition and settlements.)

  • Day 18

    Hike to Poon Hill and Trek to Pokhara (1,890m/6,200ft) 7 hours

    Last day of the trek and our first destination is Poonhill for the best view of the sunrise and our second destination is Pokhara. Today we wake up earlier than the usual trek day, as the motive of the day is to enjoy the view of the first ray of the sun. About an hour walk uphill will take us to the summit of Poon Hill, also known as ’photographer’s Paradise’ where you will be greeted with the first ray of the sun hitting the summit of the snowcapped peaks. After spending some time taking pictures and enjoying the view we track back to the lodge at Ghorepani have breakfast and move towards Nayapul which bring you to the end of the Annapurna Circuit Trek. From Nayapul we take a tourist standard bus that will bring us to Pokhara. On reaching Pokhara, you can either hang around in the lakeside, or spend some quality time alone or enjoy your time with the rest of the crew members. The night will be spent at a hotel in Pokhara.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch

    (Highlights of the day: Amazing view of the first ray of the sun striking the mountain peak from Poon Hill, best viewpoint in the entire Annapurna region for the view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri, and the wonderful lakeside experience.)

  • Day 19

    Drive to Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft) 7 hours

    Today, from Pokhara we catch bus to Kathmandu. Leaving Pokhara we head east toward the capital city, Kathmandu. After 7 hours of drive all the way through Prithvi Highway, we reach Kathmandu. On reaching Kathmandu you will be escorted to your hotel, where you can freshen up and rest for some time. Around the evening, the company representatives conduct a short meeting to discuss the trip, your experience and the feedback. By the time dinner will also be ready. The night will be spent at a hotel in Kathmandu.

    Meals included: Breakfast/Dinner

  • Day 20

    Departure day.

    This day is the last day of your trip in Nepal with EverTrek. If your flight is scheduled early morning, then one of our company representatives will escort you to the airport as per your flight departure time. But, if the flight is scheduled later in the evening, you can go shopping and collect a few mementos or simply hang around shopping areas in Kathmandu.

    (The usual day for a trek: Every day, our guides will come to wake you up at around 7:00-7:30am. In case of special days like sunrise viewing days our guides will wake you up early in the morning at around 4-4:30am. A western breakfast like porridge, oats, toasts, etc. will be served at around 8:00-8:30am. The lunch will be served from a teahouse menu at about 12-1pm. However, the lunch time can also be postponed on request. The dinner will be served at around 8:30-9:00pm. Your accommodation is arranged at a lodge or also in 3*hotel (subject to availability) where we stop for overnight.


Where you'll be staying during this trip

Whilst in Kathmandu, before and after your trek, we do like a little bit of comfort!

That's why we have handpicked 3 of the very best hotels in Trekkers paradise, Thamel.

Hotel Marshyangdi, Hotel Manang and Nepali Ghar are the hotels we use for all of our customers. 


Along the trek you will stay in comfortable lodges and Tea houses. These do change depending on the time of year you visit but all are on a twin sharing basis unless stated.

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Just travelling back from an amazing EBC trip with Evertrek. I've travelled with a lot of other adventure travel companies in the past but have to say Evertrek has been the best. From the easy booking process and pre departure info and support, to the amazing local Kathmandu team, guides, sherpas, porters and yak men in Nepal I cant fault Evertrek. If you are thinking about a trip just do it. You wont regret it. And you wont regret choosing Evertrek either. I'm already looking at other trips and not even home yet!
Seonaid Baird
07:56 11 Nov 19
Absolutely first class, from when I first booked knowing nothing about hiking at altitude, right the way through the trip itself. Everything has been handled with the utmost professionalism and the entire team has been incredibly helpful, knowledgeable and hardworking. Our guide, Padam, and his team are worth their weight in gold. Could not recommend Evertrek enough.
Dani Wain
04:19 19 Oct 19
Not been to EBC yet but have booked to go with them next March.I’ve just returned from a fantastic training weekend with them in the Brecon Beacons. It was wet and windy but Evertrek didn’t disappoint, . From start to finish, the experience was great. Both Andy( the owner) and his trusty sidekick Dave (the painted Yeti) were there to make us feel welcome. They were both hands on, and their knowledge was second to none. I can’t wait to actually go to Everest, and after this weekend I feel assured that I’ll be in great hands. Nothing was too much trouble, and it was great see the way that Andy and Dave talk about Everest with such a passion.Well done guys
Bribri Mcalpine
19:35 11 Aug 19
Fantastic company, run by a fantastic set of people.
Stephen Smurthwaite
16:33 03 Aug 19
Wouldn’t hesitate to book again with Evertrek 👍🏼👍🏼🏔🏔😍
Lena Trafford
21:13 21 May 19
This trip was exceptional from start to finish. Has to be one of the best run and professional companies I have come across. Before we even started we were sent weekly emails and lots of correspondence to get us excited for the trip. Any questions and worries were answered straight away some even by video replies!! The actual Everest base camp trip itself was one of the best experiences of my life however very tough! Everything from start to finish was run perfectly. I couldn’t have asked for more from Andy, Dave and the Sherpas they provided! A 5 star service all round!
Lee Wardle
19:03 07 May 19
Still to go to Basecamp, but they have been very helpful with the many questions I have asked them about our up coming trek.
Stewart Strang
15:54 01 Feb 19
I had the most fantastic trip in Nepal, all thanks to evertrek. Andy was so so helpful from the moment I first rang about going. Nothing was ever to much, always had a speedy reply- which was reassuring when I was stressing about equipment. The training weekend that they offer is also incredibly helpful and really gets you ready for your holiday. Our guide in Nepal, Bhim and his team, were absolutely fantastic, they worked unbelievably hard, you never wanted for anything. (Watch them, they cheat at cards!!haha) As for the trek, the negotiations of getting to Lukla were a bit up in the air...but that's just Nepal! Go with the flow. But once we got there, it was absolutely brilliant, everyday the scenery was beautiful and I never felt like they expected to much from you. Plenty of rest time and tea stops! I personally really enjoyed the food (I lived on veggi curry and rice-you get seconds :D) and thought all the accommodation was fine!! Basically an all round incredible trip, there wasn't a second I didn't enjoy!!! Highly recommend Andy and the team. Would defo do another trek with them 😀
Lucy Groves
19:39 21 Jan 19
Just returned from the Everest Base Camp and what an amazing trip it was! Evertrek got it spot on from start to finish, not having to worry about a single thing and well looked after. Our guide Phurba, Sherpa Harry and porters were brilliant! Getting us up the mountain in one piece and looking after us superbly along the way. I would highly recommend using Evertrek as your trekking company! Brilliant service
Brooke Fiona Jones
13:30 27 Oct 18
Recently returned from our EBC trek and I can’t fault Evertrek, right from the minute you sign up Andy is giving advice and replying to any queries you might have. Special thanks to Phurba and Harry our guides over there, they keep a eye on you and don’t let you go to quickly up the mountain and look after you. If you are thinking about doing it just go for it you won’t regret it . Awesome
Douglas Smith
13:09 27 Oct 18
Having recently returned from EBC, I can’t fault the level of service that Evertrek provided. From reaching Kathmandu I was looked after from the start. Special thanks go to our Sherpa Phurba our guide Harry, the portars who all made the experience top class. Andy Moore goes that extra mile ensuring you are well looked after even after the trek has finished. Top bloke, top team and top company - Thanks Evertrek.
Thomas Hallam
12:32 27 Oct 18
I had the most amazing trip to Everest Base Camp with Evertrek, thank you Andy for being the font of all knowledge about this trip and for Rishi our guide for looking after us. It is probably the most challenging holiday I have ever done but it was worth every moment and the scenery was just stunning. Nepal is an amazing place and I will definitely go back one day. Thanks to Evertrek and my trekking buddies for a very special holiday.
Pamela Kuepfer
17:22 20 Oct 18
Great time in Nepal doing Everest Base Camp with Evertrek. Thanks Andy!
Gilles Comeau
13:07 12 Oct 18
Just returned from Everest Base Camp trek and it was absolutely brilliant! Many thanks to everyone at EverTrek, especially Andy - from start to finish the organisation was par excellence. Special thanks to Rishi our guide and my trekking companions who put the icing on the cake to make one of my dreams come true.
Phil Costin
20:54 10 Oct 18
Having recently booked myself on a trip to Everest Base Camp with Evertrek, I thought it would be one of those trips where you get to hear about everything you should have done two weeks before you go. Not with Andy and Evertrek. Immediately Andy was in touch with information, assistance and support. You could feel his energy coming at you. Along with the practical advice, Evertrek arrange training activities. These are great for finding out first hand what you need to know and how you might cope with the activities ahead. It really does crank up the excitement when you share your thoughts and views with fellow Evertrekers. This weekend we had one of these training activities in the Brecons. Andy made us all very welcome, and was there all the way, rain and shine, to helps us all along. We made some great connections, enjoyed the socialising (you earn it!) and came away even more excited to be getting on the plane to Nepal. Hopefully there will be more such events to enjoy, and build on the training already done. I’m already walking the dogs for 10mins more🙂.Thanks to Andy and the team for a great weekend. Good luck to those on their way in the next few months, and those who have a longer wait we can share your excitement.
Alan Payne
18:10 27 Aug 18
Brilliant Training Weekend in the Brecon Beacons with Andy and met some great people and got a good insight into what to expect for my trip in October. Can’t wait now....roll on EBC
Hayley Shadrake
19:14 26 Aug 18
Overjoyed with my recent trip to EBC. I can't praise Evertrek enough. From the 1st day I contacted Andy he has been amazing. Offering fantastic advice & tips before my trip. Hotel, guides & transfers in Kathmandu were spot on. Biggest credit has to go to the guide & sherpa who take care of you every step of the way. Thank you Evertrek
Donna Brown
11:12 23 Jun 18
The EverTrek organisation was excellent, the choice of Kathmandu hotel superb, good trek accommodation and great choice of food. I was impressed with the punctuality of transfer arrangements too. Keep up the good work!
Mike Dean
18:25 06 Apr 18
Evertrek delivered a brilliant trip to Everest base camp, good communication throughout, helpful info before your trip and kit list download, brilliant hotel and city tour, top Sherpa guide and team of porters, thank you Evertrek
Mark Angell
18:10 06 Apr 18
Anna Bach
15:02 17 Mar 18
A truly wonderful once in a lifetime experience. My sister and I trekked to Everest Basecamp with Evertrek to mark the tenth anniversary of our dearest Mum passing away. It was an emotional experience we will never forget. It gave us time to reflect on wonderful times past and brought us closer as only shared endeavour can. The Himalayan backdrop was the perfect location.But it's the people that made the trek. Our guide Kishor is a wonderful guy. A real fixer, high altitude expert, family man and now, friend. When the weather delayed our flight, he did everything he could to make sure we were first onto another. His experience, knowledge and local contacts got us into places we just wouldn't have seen without him. He knew when to go to the best places to avoid the crowds and he was the picture of happiness with his infectious smile. He was kind to the point of putting us first all the time, without hesitation. A true gentlemen and the source of lots of fun and laughter - perfect for morale. Our porters also deserve a mention for their hard work and dedication through some difficult long days at high altitude. Manesh was particularly hard working and charming, keen to learn and become a guide himself in time. Our trek wouldn't have been the same without them and when I go again I will definitely seek out the same team.My recommendation? Grab a loved one and go trekking in Nepal in the capable hands of the Evertrek team. And request Kishor to be your guide. You won't regret it.
Stuart Everitt
16:09 29 Nov 17
Well Evertrek you did not disappoint! Finally managed to tick the box in life and get to Everest Base Camp all thanks to Andy Moore. A colleague of mine actually recommended Bucket list (Evertrek) after he completed the EBC and three passes trek. So I made contact with Andy and the rest is history so they say. My brother and I booked the Everest Base Camp Classic 15 day trek and all elements met our expectations with ease. On arrival at KTM we met our guide Kishor who took us to our hotel. We stayed at the Hotel Buddy as the Apsara was full. Lovely hotel. Nice clean rooms. The city tour was brilliant and welcome meal good. Onto the trek itself. The journey up to Lukla was exciting and after a delay of a few hours (not days thankfully) we arrived and met our Porters. Then dream really did begin and the trek started following the tracks the towards Namche, and beyond to EBC. The sheer beauty of the scenery and mountains during the trek was awe inspiring. The first glimpse of Everest on day three bought a tear to the eye. The leg of the trek to EBC was long and hard given the altitude but a massive sense of achievement was felt by all of our party when we got there! Worthy of special mention was our guide Kishor. He dealt with a few admin issues at the domestic terminal at KTM airport ensuring we got on a flight and during trek making sure that we got the best possible experience out of the trek. Friendly and knowledgable I cant recommend Kishor highly enough. Nothing was too much trouble for him. All in all this was the trip of a lifetime, with breathtaking scenery, expect some long tough days of trekking staying in typical basic lodges. This is the only way in my opinion to experience Nepal and the Khumbu region at its very best. If you are looking to trek to Everest Base Camp look no further than Evertrek! Book now and experience the EBC dream and create some forever memories!
Sarah Piper-Smith
17:27 17 Nov 17
Thanks guys for the experience of a lifetime. What can I say about Evertrek! Simply brilliant. From the moment we spoke with Andy and signed up it was all taken care of. The guides were truly amazing, professional and were always on-hand to look after us. Listen, this is a tough challenge but it's well within the reach of most of you out there considering the possibility. I've kept myself pretty fit all my life (63 years young) but trying to keep up with my sons was, at times, pushing my limits. The scenery is so beautiful it becomes an emotional challenge at times. We did Kilimanjaro a few years ago - Base Camp blows that away completely. However, you need to be in the best hands and we were. Our guides, Rahul and Krishna were meticulous in making sure we were looked after every step of the way and needless to say we have become friends for life. I cannot recommend EverTrex highly enough. Don't think about this for too long - just do it. They'll get there and you'll never forget the experience. So,as soon as I have some pics ready I'll upload and share but please do not hesitate to contact me while I'm still flying through thin air!!! Thanks again Andy and EverTrex
Alan Irwin
10:18 23 Oct 17
Loved every minute of the Everest Base Camp trek! The guys were all very accommodating and helpful in the build up to and on the trek. Everything about the package ensured my time was comfortable, fun and without any worries. Our guide Rawal was informative, friendly and a great laugh when he got his drums out on the last night! A big thank you to Evertrek for making this happen and I look forward to booking with you guys again!
Thomas Hirst
19:28 10 Oct 17
Somnath Simkhada
17:08 09 Sep 17
Recently returned from trekking in Upper Mustang,Nepal.. and still in awe! What a trip! Amazing service from Andy and Dave in helping me plan the most amazing,unique,epic,challenging,tough,rewarding and memorable experiences...with stunning unspoilt views and a different pace of life. They provided me with friendly, knowledgeable,caring guides. I really couldn't have asked for a better trek. Highly recommend and will use again.
Melissa 'Gillette' Jones
15:19 09 Aug 17
Hey guys!Just wanted to say a huge thanks to all at Bucket List, both here and in Nepal, for making my trip to EBC, Cho La and Gokyo so enjoyable and memorable. Himal, my guide, was a star and I enjoyed his company throughout the two plus weeks we were together; he looked after me really well and I have no doubt that his local knowledge helped to smooth the way on a few occasions when accommodation was tight! If my wife can be persuaded to let me go again, you will be my first port of call.Cheers!
Ian Folly
15:16 15 May 17
What a first class service, Andy was supportive, knowledgeable and really quick at replying. If you want to make base camp then this is the way to do it, from the airport to the top and back again. Fully supported, with a friendly team. Would not hesitate to book more treks in Nepal with Andy. Thank you team.
Paul Jim Hawkins
06:19 05 Jan 17
Amazing company!!! The owners are so helpful and made my trip to nepal (everest base camp & gokyo lakes) perfect. Very organised and always there for you!
Theresa Burger
01:06 07 Nov 16
Everest basecamp TICK...thanks for organising! Fantastic company, extremely friendly and professional.
Max Bibby
14:51 11 Jul 16
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