Best of Annapurna Round trek & Everest base camp Trek Mountain Sherpa Admin on 11th Apr, 2016

Best of Annapurna Round trek & Everest base camp Trek

Our respected clients from Michigan USA Mr. Bradley Michael has arrived safely Kathmandu on April 07, 2016 & left for 21 days Annapurna round trek on April 09, 2016.

The Annapurna round trek in its full course: 16 days walking through ever-changing landscapes. Rightly, the most famous trekking in Nepal by its diversity, the variety of landscapes, the diversity of ethnicities, lifestyles. The habitat, culture, religion, everything changes depending on the altitude: from 1,000M/3,281feet to 5,400M/17717feet. Still, this trek is really a Wonderful trip and very classic

Mr. Bradley is doing solo trek with our expert guide Lal Bhadur Sunuwar. Who is very sincere, hardworking & experience guide in our Company.

Similarly, our 2 other valued clients from Canada & Singapore flew to Lukla on April 09, 2016 morning.They are doing our 17 days Everest base camp trek. In two weeks, they will enjoy the best views of high peak on earth including Mt Everest (8,848M/29029ft), the highest peaks of the earth.

They will also view Ama Dablam (6,856 Meter/22494feet), Pumori (7,165 Meter/23508feet), Nuptse (7,861M/25791ft), Lhotse (8,501M/27891ft) and many more other small peaks that located in Everest region.

Mrs. Alka from Singapore & Mrs. Lorraine Chien from Canada is lead by our experience Local Sherpa guide Mr. Rinji & his team. They will spend two nights in Namche Bazaar, the bustling capital of Sherpa for acclimatization before they head Tengboche, Pangboche, Dingboche, Lobuche & finally they will spent one night at Everest base camp.

They will be back in Kathmandu on April 22, 2016. We Mountain Sherpa Trekking & Expeditions family wish for successful trek & good luck. Have a great time on your trek and enjoy every bit of it.

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