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New Year Ramble in Nepal

Safe Journeys Adventure Treks
Late Offer
27th Dec/11th Jan

Two week easy trek in the Everest valley over the New Year.
Now £795+Flight

This is an easier option than the full Everest trek with the highest point reached being the Buddhist monastery of Tengpoche (3867 metres).

Though this trek is shorter, it certainly does not miss out on scenery, with panoramic views of all the Khumbu peaks including Everest itself. Tengpoche has the largest and most active monastery in the Khumbu and supports around 70 monks.

Most of this trek goes through the Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park, which is a sanctuary for various types of animals that can be seen along the trail. Our walking days are about five hours with a long break for lunch, this gives plenty of time to acclimatise and enjoy the scenery. This trek is designed for people without a background of mountain walking but who want to experience the amazing culture and scenery of this region.

The Itinerary
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu-transfer to hotelDay
02: Free day in Kathmandu with visit to famous sitesDay
03: Fly to Lukla -Trek to PhakdingDay
04/11: Trekking
Day 12: Fly to Kathmandu
Day 13: Free day in Kathmandu/evening meal and traditional entertainment.
Day 14: Fly to London

This Trek includes
B&B in Kathmandu
National Park Permit
Full cost of trek including all meals
All transfers in Nepal
Return flight to Lukla
Lodges on Trek
Experienced Western Leader
Sherpa Guide
Back up facilities
Please Contact for more details.

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