Nepal Base Camp Treks (P) Ltd GOVT. Lic No: 124861 / 071 / 072, Pan No: 602399393
  • Destination
    Nepal
  • Region
    Everest
  • Trip Grade
    Adventure/Expedition
  • Mode of Trip: Tea House/ Lodge Basis.
  • Highest elevation: 6119m.
  • Mode of Transport:Both way Domestic Flight
  • Best Time: September to November and March to May
  • Group Size: 02 Trekkers
  • Start/End Point: Lukla to Lukla

Lobuje Peak Climbing 6119m heigh is a challenge that will make you can climb the world and stand on a tiny summit high in the Himalayas. This trekking route is technically challenging Peak. This challenge is one of the most popular mountain peaks in Nepal for climbing which is combined with other trekking trails. There are several peaks and among that this trekking is one of the most popular. It allows trekkers to discover beautiful villages, mountain ranges, and glaciers where the visitor will get to glance at the snow peak mountain. The trip is suitable for any fit person with adventure who wants to experience the incredible mountain.

Lobuje Peak Climbing is an excellent introduction to the high-altitude mountaineering which a popular peak is climbing in Nepal. It is one of the trekking peaks in the Everest region where you will have a great view of mountain-like Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and many other mountains on this route. Trekking in this route leads to several summits and the true summit requires climbing steep snow, and ice slopes, to the top from the summit ridge. This peak climbing requires good climbing skills to attempt because it is a technically demanding trekking peak and it is a straightforward climb with few technical difficulties.

Accommodation of the Lobuje Peak Climbing

Accommodation along the trek is rustic and not comparable to the more luxurious hotels in Kathmandu valley. But in the Himalayan, you will stay at the basic mountain lodge which is very much neat and clean. There can be no choice of food such as tea-house and restaurant and shared the rooms with your friends. It is just because in the Himalayan region there are not so many tea-house. If you prefer a single room then you can request a single room but you have to pay extra fees. At the high altitude, you have to share a bathroom with other groups also because you will not get an attached bathroom on the high land.

A tea-house is the combination of a guest-house, restaurant, and social hang out where the rooms are with twin beds and little additional furniture like small tables and chairs. And in the high altitude, there are so many places that don’t allow single room accommodation and there will be a hot shower available in some guesthouses. Some of them have not because there is no electricity and people use solar power. You have to spend two nights in the tent in the high camp and in the base camp.

Lobuje Peak Climbing Permit

These peak climbing permits vary according to mountain peak and time of the climb and it is not required for a trek in the Everest region. A permit is important before embarking on this adventure and without a peak climbing permit; you can’t even enter this route. For a permit, you have to show the photocopy of your passport and two passport-sized photos and you have to fill out a form for a trekking permit. The permit cost is different according to the different seasons and this is not necessarily true and they are technically very demanding. You will easily get this climbing permit Nepal Mountaineering Association has classified the peaks of Nepal.

It is an investment in the future of this beautiful area with its snow, forest, and culture and you can have the entrance permit, at any village in the Khumbu region. You need to take a special trekking permit, local trekking permit, and Sagarmatha national park permit. The costs of the permit are different; you have to pay Rs2000 for a local permit and Rs3000 for Sagarmatha national park. For a special trekking permit, it is according to the season whereas in spring per person you have to pay USD250, in winter USD75, and in autumn USD125.

How is Difficulty Lobuje Peak Climbing

Nepal is a popular trekking and peak climbing destination for the entire adventure and nature lover. Among the most famed mountain peak of Nepal Lobuche peak climbing is one. It is very much adventurous and challenging too. This is the most challenging trekking route in the Everest region geographically which is a very serious adventure with its high pass crossing. You must have some knowledge about peak climbing and you must know how to use climbing types of equipment.

Without equipment, it is impossible to climb and you must have good physical fitness for completing this peak climbing. It is a difficult climb at an extreme altitude where you must understand the risk of going to a higher altitude. The steep stone terraces and snowy slopes above the base camp are hard to climb whereas the safe expeditions to the peak require knowledge of climbing techniques.

Altitude sickness

This is one of the major problems while climbing the peak because we will trek at the height of 6119m from the sea level. There is a high risk of getting altitude sickness when you have to cover different altitudes on this mountain trip. There are a number of scoring systems for determining altitude sickness. If your body did not acclimatize to the increased altitude problem it can ruin the trip as in the worst case you have to return without completing the task and it will become the worst trip too. So, you have to drink lots of boiled water, ginger tea, and garlic soup. Because it is the best remedy to avoid altitude sickness. All the trekkers are requested that if they are trekking or climbing at a high altitude never consume alcohol.

Details Itinerary of Lobuje Peak Climbing

Day 01: Kathmandu – 1360m – your arrival in Nepal

You arrive in Kathmandu and our representative will be on standby with our office vehicle to transfer you to your hotel. A pre-trek briefing will be scheduled to discuss the trekking program and co-ordinate any last-minute arrangements. Your can refresh your self, go for a walk down the street to get familiar with your surroundings before preparing for a tasty dinner of a local Nepalese cuisine which you will truly enjoy accompanied by a cultural dance performed by the local belles. Your first overnight in the city of temples, probably the most in the world
Meals included: 1 welcome dinner

Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu.

Ancient Kathmandu is famous for its heritage sites & is the cultural nerve center of Nepal. This old city was once an international hub for the hippie generation of the ‘70s & is still a well known destination for tourists ever since Nepal opened its doors to visitors. The city is a literal mixing bowl of Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism and Western influence in the Valley. Patan and Bhaktapur, its two major neighboring cities bear vast historical, cultural and religious significance. There will be a half day guided tour to the famous and biggest Hindu shrine of Pashupatinath, the largest Buddhist stupa in Nepal Boudhanath, the 15th century palace of 55 windows and Swoyambhunath.

At eventide, you will be briefed about your trip. Overnight in the city of cows & temples

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Day 03: Kathmandu – Lukla – Phakding 2652m, 3 hours trekking

After an early morning b/fast, we take the super flight from Kathmandu to Lukla at 2827m. Flight time is about 35 minutes to the airstrip built by Sir Edmund Hillary and the Sherpas in the mid-1960s. After landing we will have time to explore the village while the Sherpa crew sort out and load the trekking equipment. In the afternoon, we begin the trek by descending towards the Dudh Kosi River, where we join the main trail to Namche Bazaar, just above Chaurikharka at 2713m. The walking is easy and after passing through the small village of Ghat at 2550m, it’s a short walk to Phakding where we’ll stay overnight.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with tea/coffee

Day 04: Phakding – Monjo 2835m, 3 hours trekking

From Phakding, we cross the river and head up valley where we’ll see porters from the south ferrying supplies to Namche. The trail keeps close to the river valley and is lined with beautiful blue pine and rhododendron forest that is quite spectacular in the months of spring when the flowers are in full bloom. We cross the Dudh Kosi at Benkar where there are tantalising glimpses of the snow peaks Kusum Kanguru (6369m) and Thamserku (6623m). From here it is only a short walk to Monjo (2835m) where we arrive in time for lunch. We spend the night in Monjo with the afternoon free to do some exploring around the village. The day has been deliberately kept short to aid acclimatization, a very important process.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 05: Monjo – Namche Bazaar 3446m, 4 hours trekking

Today the walking is a little tougher and includes the steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. From Monjo, it is a short walk to the entrance of the National Park before we cross the Dudh Kosi to Jorsale at 2805m. The trek continues upstream on generally flat terrain, crossing back to the right bank, to the confluence of the Bhote Kosi and Dudh Kosi rivers. It is here that we start the steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. After crossing a large and stable suspension bridge high above the river we slowly ascend at a steady pace towards Namche. There are some fantastic photographic opportunities as the peaks of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam and Taweche (6542m) come into view for the first time. After arriving in Namche, we’ll have lunch and the afternoon is free to bargain in the shops for ‘Tibetan’ artifacts, or relax and marvel at the beautiful scenery.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 06: Namche Bazaar and a free day to explore around

We remain at Namche for a second night to allow for proper acclimatization to the altitude. Namche is a prosperous village, situated in a large protected hollow. It gained its importance during the period when Tibetan salt was traded for the lowland grains of Nepal. Today a limited amount of trade exists at Namche and Tibetans are often seen in the village trading rugs and Chinese-made goods, clothing, salt and dried meat.

It is recommended that you take the opportunity to see both the sunrise and sunset views from the National Park Headquarters above the village. The view is stunning and offers a superb panorama of the Khumbu peaks with great views of Everest. After breakfast, there are a number of options: perhaps a walk towards Thami (3810m) above the beautiful Bhote Khola river valley, or a visit to the National Park Headquarters to see the interesting displays of Sherpa lifestyle and culture. There is also a mountaineering display and details of the park’s flora and fauna. Your guides will be on hand to offer advice and escort you on your walks.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 07: Namche Bazaar – Phortse 3850m, 4 hours trekking

The trail contours around Khumbilya’s lower slopes, passing through beautiful birch forest and on to treeless, grassy slopes to a stupa-3992m on top of a rocky ridge at Mongla. Once again the views of the mountains are magnificent. Phortse can be seen across the valley, a picturesque village set in a patchwork of stone-walled fields. From the stupa you descend on a series of switchback trails to the Dudh Kosi River, 300 meters below, at Phortse Bridge & cross the Dudh Kosi and ascend to the village of Phortse for overnight.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner.

Day 08: Phortse – Dingboche 4084m, Trekking 3 hours

From Phortse, we ascend through high ridge Imja Khola. Along the way keep an eye open for Blood and Danphe Pheasant, Musk Deer and, high on the steep slopes of the valley, the Himalayan Thar. Gradually ascend & descend to the village of Pangboche where the peak of Ama Dablam dominates the skyline. We will take lunch here and perhaps view the beautiful monastery that once housed the legendary Yeti scalp. In the afternoon our route ascends gradually, high above the Imja Khola, passing the tea houses at Orsho before crossing the Imja Khola and old glacial moraines to our lodge in the settlement of Dingboche.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner.

Day 09: Dingboche – Chukhung 4780m, 3 hours trekking

From Dingboche we head up through the village, following the Imja Khola valley. The ascent is gradual, crossing small streams, through open alpine pastures with fine views of Island Peak at the head of the valley. We will reach the Chukhung lodge in time for lunch, with the afternoon free to rest and acclimatize. If you feel energetic enough, you can head up valley towards the old moraines that flow down from Lhotse. The views of the massive Lhotse Wall and Ama Dablam are particularly impressive.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 10: Chukhung – Lobuche 4930m, 5 – 6 hours trekking

In the morning we ascend the small ridge behind the village above the Pheriche valley. From the chorten at the top, the Taweche and Cholatse (6440m) peaks make for a striking scene as they seem to lean forwards from across the valley in the west. To the north, Lobuje Peak (6119m) and the snowfields of the Cho La dominate the skyline. The walking is now fairly flat on wide-open fields, but do take your time and ensure you are well hydrated. Late in the morning we cross the Khumbu Khola at Dughla (4620m) and have a light lunch at the foot of the huge moraines of the Khumbu Glacier flowing off Everest. In the afternoon there is a solid and quite steep climb on a rocky trail to the top of the moraines. On the crest of the ridge, we pass a line of memorial cairns which were built in memory of the Sherpas and climbers who have died on various Everest expeditions over the last 50 years. From here there are spectacular views of Pumori 7145m, Lingtren 6697m, Khumbutse 6623m, and, across the border in Tibet, Changtse 7550m, can be seen at the head of the valley. Everest is still hidden behind the towering walls of Nuptse and Lhotse. We then follow the valley stream to our lodge at Lobuje. Today is a tiring day but the fantastic scenery makes it all very worthwhile. We arrive in the early afternoon so if you still have some energy and conditions are clear, a walk up onto the large ridge at the rear of the lodge can reward you with even more spectacular views.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 11: Lobuche – Gorak Shep 5160m – Everest Base Camp, 3 hours trekking to Gorak Shep

From Lobuche we follow the broad valley running parallel to the Khumbu glacier. A gradual ascent enables you to build the slow, steady rhythm required when walking at high altitude which makes it easy on the knees. Once we reach the moraines of the Changri Nup Glacier we make a series of small ascents and descents over a rocky trail lined with cairns that leads eventually to the surprising glacial sands of Gorak Shep where we will stay overnight.

We’ll arrive in time for lunch and a quick rest before setting off for Everest Base Camp. The trail can sometimes be difficult to follow so keep an eye on your guides and fellow trekkers on this section. The trek to base camp can be achieved in around three hours. If you are trekking in the popular climbing period of March to May, we’ll almost certainly encounter yaks and porters supplying food and equipment to Everest expeditions. From base camp we do not get views of Everest but we will be able to see the notorious Everest Ice Fall that flows from the Western khumbu. This is regarded as the technically hardest and most dangerous section of the mountain.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 12: Gorak Shep – Lobuche Base Camp 5400m.

Early in the morning we will make a steep ascent to Kala Patar. You will need to start very slowly and try to ascend at a steady rhythmic pace. Our goal, Kala Patar, is the rocky hilltop below Pumori. It is a tough walk due to the altitude but the view from the top is something that only dreams speak of, but this is for real. It will probably take a good hour and a half to reach the summit from Gorak Shep, although lower viewpoints will provide views almost as good. Pumori, Nuptse, Changtse, Ama Dablam, Taweche, Kantega and Everest surround us. About 3 kms away in distance and some 200m below, the area of Everest Base Camp can be seen in a bowl at the bottom of the Khumbu Ice Fall. For many trekkers, reaching Kala Patar is a very emotional experience and it is worthwhile spending as long as you can to savor this special moment. The descent back down to Gorak Shep is easy. From Gorakshep we head down to Lobuche then Leaving Lobuje, the trail leads about four hours to Lobuje Base Camp. Trekking after half way on flat land, you follow steep ascending trail to reach Lobuje Base Camp. The trail is quite rocky and it moves along the bank of Lobuje Glacier. On your way spectacular views of Cholatse, Tawache, Ama Dablam, Pokhalde, Thanserku, Kantega are something to view & enjoy…and yes, take pictures.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 13: Lobuche Base Camp Acclimatization Day.

Today is an acclimatization day at the Base Camp to prepare the necessary equipments checklists and make sure we are ready to reach the summit with an early start tomorrow.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner. Overnight at base camp

Day 14: Climb to the Summit, 5760m, and Return to Base Camp, 5400m

The climb starts with a smooth slab following stone markers on the hard snow. Steep ascending through 60 degree cliff edged ridge which is thin and narrow then we finally reach the 5760m peak.

From the summit amazing views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Tawache, Cholatse, Pumori, and Changri then after head down to Base Camp where you spend overnight.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 15: Lobuche Base Camp – Pheruche

Leaving Lobuche Base camp, the trail leads towards Pheruche. Descending all the way down to Duglha and further, you finally reach Pheruche after trekking for about six hours. The spellbinding views of Cholatse, Tawache, Ama Dablam, Pokhalde, Thamserku, & Kangtega leave you gasping for breath with the awesome views on display; its then overnight in Lodges from tonight onwards to Lukla.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 16: Pheriche – Tangboche 3875m, Trekking 6 hours

From Lobuche we retrace our steps to Dughla. It seems much quicker and easier going down! From here we take a different route to our ascent, following the wide alpine valley covered in scrub juniper through to the temporary settlement of Phulung Karpo (4343m) and then to Pheriche for the evening. There is also a Trekkers’ Aid Post here, supported by the Himalayan Rescue Association which, although not manned year round, is well worth a visit if open. From Pheriche, we cross the Khumbu Khola and ascend a short steep trail to the top of a small ridge for great views of the Imja valley, Ama Dablam and Kantega. We then descend to the small settlements at Orsho and Shomare, where we have lunch and later pass through Lower Pangboche to reach the suspension bridge over the Imja Khola River and retrace our steps to Debuche and Thyangboche.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 17: Tangboche – Namche Bazaar – Monjo 3440m, Trekking 5 hours

After breakfast we descend steeply through beautiful forests of juniper, rhododendron and fir to Phunkitenga. After a welcome break and perhaps a cup of tea we cross the Dudh Kosi, and ascend to Trashinga. From here the trail contours high above the valley through Shanasa and its then a gradual walk to Namche Bazaar where we have lunch and descend to Monjo for an overnight stay.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 18: Monjo – Lukla 2800m, 3-4 hours trekking…and it’s our last day on these lovely mountains

Today is our last day of trekking. It’s only a short walk along the valley before we make the final climb up to the airstrip at Lukla.

We’ll have lunch at our lodge and the afternoon is free for you to wander around, relax or perhaps have a hot shower! In the evening, we’ll have a farewell celebrity dinner followed by a few celebratory drinks. We taste ‘Chhang’ (famous mountain beer brewed from fermented rice} do some Sherpa dance steps to a jig by following the local crew; we are now real close to these guys who’ve been with us all of these weeks on the great & punishing mountains that have been sweet home to us all of these days. We have some delicious food & snacks & talk about it all, before we crash out for the night and a blissful sleep under starry skies.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Day 19: Lukla-Katmandu, 35 minute flight

We get up early in the morning, enjoy b/fast and get ready for the arrival of our aircraft for the flight back to Katmandu. We will be met at the airport and transferred to our hotel and a soft warm bed.

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch

Day 20: Kathmandu Departure for home sweet home

Today is free to relax until your departure or to commence any additional trips or activities you may have booked. If you are departing, you’ll be transferred to the international airport in time for your return flight home. Meeting you has been a pleasure & at Nepal Base Camp Treks we will value the relationship we built up over the weeks & look forward to meeting you some day again in the future. Adios friends & take care!!!

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • 3-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Teahouse accommodation during the Everest base camp trek
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • Welcome and farewell dinners
  • All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
  • Domestic flights (Kathmandu- Lukla -Kathmandu)
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
  • Entrance fees for sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
  • An experienced, English-speaking and government-licensed trek leader and assistant trek guide (6 trekkers: 1 assistant guide)
  • Porter service (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation
  • Down filled jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
  • Trekking bag/duffel bag, trekking pole and trekking map are yours to take
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
  • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
  • All government and local taxes
  • Accommodations

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

Cost & Date

Client Reviews

Lyle Clancy

Brisbane Australia

In October 2014, 2015 I completed another wonderful family trek in Nepal to Langtang and Gosainkund lakes thanks to Sappa and his company “Nepal Base Camp Treks”. I first met Sappa in 2008 on a family Gokyo Lakes Trek and EBC Trek. At that time, I was greatly impressed by the highly professional approach he took to mountain guiding. I’m very happy to report that in 2014 nothing has changed. Sappa continues to maintain an exceptionally high standard of service and this together with his warm, generous and engaging personality ensured everyone in our party had an amazing time during their visit to Nepal.

We were treated to fantastic traditional Nepalese food and cultural performances at welcoming and farewell dinners in Kathmandu; expertly and safely guided over 14 days of trekking through an incredibly beautiful landscape; and provided with detailed and knowledgeable commentary during our tours of all the main sites around Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan. I’m very happy to report that the organisation of our transport, sightseeing, accommodation and trekking arrangements was first rate and that over three weeks everything ran very smoothly indeed. Overall, Sappa‘s vast guiding experience and mountain knowledge ensured that our itinerary was structured in such a way that it provided us with a good deal of flexibility and ample time to absorb the magnificent mountain views while trekking, as well as not being rushed on our tours of Kathmandu and surrounds.

On this trip, a few in our party were first time trekkers. What a fantastic introduction to trekking in the Nepal Himalaya they received thanks to the great care and attention to every little detail provided by Sappa and his fabulous support crew Manoj, Shankar and Suraj. Thank you Sappa,for also keeping up the tradition of supplying us with bananas and chocolate bars. I must also mention that the pomegranate seeds the crew provided to us on our way to Langtang was an unexpected but greatly appreciated treat. Importantly, from a safety aspect, we were more than pleased to find that Nepal Base Camp Treks used modern four wheel drive vehicles to take us to the start of our trek in Syabrubesi and also for the return journey from Dhunche. We were also very impressed to observe that Sappa and his company take very good care of their support crews.

If you are planning to visit Nepal, I have no hesitation in recommending Sappa and his company “Nepal Base Camp Treks” for trouble free trekking and touring. You will not be disappointed. I can’t wait for my next trek with Sappa, which will be around Manaslu trek.

lyle.clancy@gmail.com

Christian Bank

Germany

German Language: Wir haben mit Sappa und einem Träger im Mai 2011 eine elftägige Trekking Tour durch die Langtang und Helambu Region gemacht. Wir sind das Langtang Tal von Syrabrubesi bis Kanjin Gompa hoch gewandert und dann über die Gosainkunde Seen, den Laurebina Pass und die Helambu Region nach Kathmandu zurückgekehrt. Der Trek war einfach wundervoll! Er führt durch verschiedene Vegetationszonen mit reicher Flora und Fauna und überwältigenden Aussichten auf die Gipfel des Himalaya. Darüber hinaus bot der Trek einen tiefen Einblick die die Tamang Kultur und das Leben und die Tradition der nepalesischen und tibetanischen Bevölkerung.

Sappa ist ein sehr erfahrener Führer, der die Gegend sehr gut kennt. Er verstand es perfekt, die Länge der täglichen Etappen und die Trekkinggeschwindigkeit auf unsere Wünsche und Bedürfnisse anzupassen und war insbesondere ein guter Ratgeber bei Fragen zur Höhenkrankheit. Sappa hat sich um alle Angelegenheiten mit den Lodges, den örtlichen Behörden, den Taxi- und Busfahrern etc. gekümmert. Er hat alle unsere Fragen zu den verschiedenen Bergketten und -gipfeln zur Länge der Auf- und Abstiege und zu den anderen Details der Gegend bereitwillig und mit großer Begeisterung beantwortet. Es war eine große Freude, ihm bei den Anekdoten aus dem Leben der Nepalesen, der Religion, Politik und Natur zuzuhören. Mit seiner Begeisterung und seinem Humor hat Sappa den Trek zu einem unvergesslichen Erlebnis gemacht. Wir können Sappa als erfahrenen, verständnisvollen und sympathischen Führer uneingeschränkt empfehlen. Nach den elf Tagen in der Einsamkeit des Himalaya ist aus unserem Führer ein Freund geworden.”

Christian Email:- bank.christian@web.de

Adriano Rosa

Curitiba – Brasil

Sappa é o cara. Visitei o Nepal em duas ocasiões. Na primeira ele foi meu guia no circuito Annapurna, onde caminhamos por 21 dias. Na segunda ele nos guiou nos treks Langtang, Gosainkunda e Helambu por 17 dias. Alem disso, ele foi nosso guia no trek Cheppang Hills. Como se não bastasse, fizemos também o clássico Base Camp Everest partindo de Jiri e passando por Renjo La e Cho La, em 24 dias com o seu irmão Lako. O Nepal é um pais maravilhoso e a companhia de um guia como Sappa fez toda a diferença, pois ele nos explicou muito sobre a cultura local, religião, situação política/conflitos no pais e como funciona a sociedade no Nepal em geral. Ele fala muito bem inglês, é muito bem humorado e as risadas estão garantidas. Pra resumir, você começa a trilha com um guia e termina com um amigo. Recomendo-o sem hesitar. Se tiver perguntas pode me escrever.

adrodasi@gmail.com