Everest Base Camp Trek

₹ 75000 /person | 16D - 15N | Kathmandu to Kathmandu

Everest Base Camp Trek

16D - 15N | Kathmandu to Kath..

Rs. 75,000/pp

➩ Description

Not just in comparison to other treks in Nepal, but also in comparison to other treks across the globe, the Everest Base Camp Trek with Kalapatthar (5545 m) is one of the most gratifying, enjoyable, and exhilarating treks. The Everest Base Camp Trek is not only exciting and exciting, but it also provides ample opportunity to explore the local Sherpa culture, the diverse ecosystem in Sagarmatha National Park, and the serene and tranquil environment of the Khumbu Valley. This is in addition to the fact that the Everest Base Camp Trek is exciting and exciting. Along the Dudh Koshi River, the path travels past a number of Sherpa communities as it winds through thick woods filled with rhododendron, pine, juniper, and fir trees. Displays of multicoloured prayer flags, prayer wheels, and carved Mani Stones may be seen virtually the whole length of the hiking path, providing evidence of the predominance of Sherpa culture and the Buddhist religion in this region. The most breathtaking element of this walk is the breathtaking vistas of many mountains, including Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Mount Ama Dablam, Mount Pumori, Mount Nuptse, Mount Makalu, Mount Cholatse, Mount Thamserku, and Mount Kangtega, among many others. The viewpoint at Kalapatthar, which is the highest point of this particular hike, provides travellers with unforgettable panoramas that include Everest and a plethora of other snow-covered mountains.

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➩ Itinerary

One of our agents will be waiting for you to arrive at the TIA so that they can give you a warm welcome. Following the meeting and greeting, you are going to be taken to the hotel where you have a room reserved so that you may relax. You will feel more refreshed after spending some time there. You may have some refreshments by wandering around the streets of Thamel.

On the second day of our trip, we will complete all of the official processes that are required for our excursion. These will include obtaining the proper documents, permits, and completing any other necessary formalities. We will get our packing together and get ready for our hike. Now is the time for us to finish packing our bags, go out and get the items we need, and double-check everything (Especially medicines and essentials). There will be in-depth discussions on the length of the journey and trip, as well as the accommodations and amenities available both at the base camp and when we are out on the trail. It is also a time for you to interact with the other people on the journey and to introduce yourself to the people you will be working with.

After what is sure to be an incredible breakfast, we will be on a thrilling flight to Lukla Airport in the wee hours of the morning. The flight provides you with a view of the valleys, rivers, hills, and eventually the mountain ranges from the perspective of a bird in the sky. Although though the trip is short for thirty minutes, it manages to enthral you at random intervals during the journey. As soon as we touch down at Lukla Airport, which is an exhilarating experience in and of itself, we begin our hike to Phakding, which is our objective for the day. After the acquisition of the necessary permission for the area, we will proceed cautiously through the populated areas using a route that consists of a combination of dirt, stone walkways, and, at times, rocky portions. While this is a simple beginning, you should take the time to appreciate the many types of greenery, vegetation, and animals as you stroll. Along with passing over a number of suspension bridges, the path also runs beside the Dudh Koshi river. Have a wonderful time for the remainder of the day in Phakding.

We leave Phakding and go towards Namche Bazaar, which is the most important commercial centre in the Khumbu area. Namche Bazaar is a breathtaking site. The major activities of the day's trek include climbing stairs, keeping an eye out for animals in Sagarmatha National Park, watching the raging waters of rivers at various points, and primarily walking uphills. The day's trek also includes travelling through dense, luscious forests of pine, juniper, and Rhododendron. When we begin to climb at a large altitude, this hike is going to be quite lengthy and strenuous. As soon as we get in Namche, we check into our hotel to freshen up before dinner. The next day, we will spend the day exploring the surrounding region of the hamlet and experiencing some of the local Sherpa culture.

Go To The Tengboche Monastery By Trekking Via Khumjung (3860m,)10 Km.

After getting our bearings in Namche, we headed off on the path that leads to the Khumjung valley, also known as the green valley due to the abundance of greenery that can be seen there. We navigate the tough terrain, which consists of rocky paths, steep inclines, and uneven ground, but the views of the mountains in the distance are what we focus on the whole time. From Khumjung, we continue along till we reach the Tengboche monastery, which is the most beautiful and peaceful portion of our Trek. Before we reach Tengboche, this track takes us through a variety of terrain, including gentle ascents and descents, as well as a difficult ascent through the woods. Along the journey, we may even be able to get a glimpse of some musk deer, a herd of Himalayan Tahr, or even pheasants if we're very fortunate. The Tengboche monastery is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of Tibetan Buddhist architecture and culture. In the direction of the north, you can see Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. In the direction of the south, you can see Thamserku and Kangtega, all of which provide breathtaking views. In addition to that, we are going to take part in various prayer rituals, and then we are going to relax for the day.

After spending the night in Tengboche, we will start our hike for the day in the direction of Dingboche, where we will remain for the following day in order to adapt ourselves. We pass a bridge over the roaring Imja river as we make our way down from Tengboche into Deboche via the Rhododendron trees on the way. After that, we make a slow ascent upwards to reach the settlement of Lower Pangboche, which is where we will be able to take in the breathtaking panoramas of Ama Dablam. After that, we make our way across the valley to reach Dingboche, which is located towards the beginning of the Imja Tse valley, after a hike of around five to six hours. The following day will be spent here in order to avoid getting any form of mountain sickness as we continue to climb higher. We take brisk strolls throughout the neighbourhood to take in the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

After getting our bearings in Dingboche, we continue on to Lobuche, another stunning destination along the way. The route begins with a rise to the ridge behind Pheriche and continues till the tea houses at Dughla. After that, there is a strenuous ascent to the terminal moraine of Khumbu Glacier. You are going to come across a number of stone memorials that were erected in remembrance of climbers who were unable to make it back home. We are going to arrive to the monument for Scott Fischer and Babu Chhiri Sherpa, who summited Everest ten times and stayed behind in the heights. We arrive at the Sherpa community of Lobuche after over 6-7 hours of travelling across rough terrain. Lobuche is a tiny village. During this route to Everest, this settlement has no more lodges than any other. We spend a day of rest and relaxation in Lobuche, during which we make many short excursions to take in the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding mountains. Throughout the trip along this path, magnificent mountains like as Khumbutse, Lingtren, Pumori, and Mahalangur Himal may be viewed in their entirety. Mount Nuptse, which is located to the right of where the Khumbu Glacier comes to an end, is visible, but Mount Everest is not. As the altitude rises, the air around you will get thinner, which increases the risk of developing altitude sickness. Because of this, we strongly advise you to maintain constant communication with your sherpa guide about how you are feeling.

After leaving Lobuche, we make our way down the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and then climb a little distance to reach Thangma Riju, a viewpoint that provides a vista in every direction of the world's tallest mountains. After making a strenuous ascent across the Changri Glacier, it is possible to get a sight of Kalapatthar and Pumori. After a little stop for lunch, we will continue on our way to the Everest Base Camp. The whole distance of the path is around 13 kilometres, and it requires walking for approximately 8-9 hours, which may be hard. But the most exciting part is when we eventually reach the foot of the world's tallest mountain and get to take in the breathtaking vistas of Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and a great many more peaks in the distance. After having some time at the base camp, we will have to make our way back to Gorakshep in order to spend the night there.

The panorama that can be taken in from the highest point of Kalapatthar is, without a doubt, the highlight of the Everest Base Camp. It is the vantage point from where one may get the best views of the mountains with a perspective that is far broader. The summit of Kalapatthar, which stands at a height of 5545 metres and is also the highest point that we reach on the EBC Trek, is the highest peak that may be climbed without first obtaining a climbing permit. We get an early start on our hike since the wind tends to grow brisk and dry throughout the day, and we want to be at the summit before sunrise so that we can enjoy the peace and quiet that can be found there. The shine that is shown when the golden rays of sunlight meet the white snow that is on the giants is breathtaking. Anybody who hears it will be convinced that if there is a paradise, it must be here here on Earth. As we are spending some time at Kalapatthar, we are getting ready to go back down to Pheriche, which is a little hamlet with simple accommodations where we will spend the night. Around 16 kilometres will be travelled during the course of this day.

We have a delicious breakfast after a restful night's sleep, and then we set out in the direction of the Khumbu Khola. Pangboche is our destination after passing through a number of settlements along the regular Everest path, including Tsuro Wog and Orsho. After that, we go through the town of Debuche on our way to Tengboche and then across the bridge that spans the Imja Khola. As we make our way through the woodlands on the way down to Namche, we keep an eye out for any wild animals we may come across. On this day, we will have travelled a distance of 20 kilometres.

On the way back to Lukla, we take the same path. After arriving in Phakding for lunch, we continue on to Lukla to take the rest of the day off. We walk for around 7-8 hours and cover a distance of approximately 19 kilometres.

On the fourteenth day of our trip, we will gather and save our memories of the Mountains before taking the short flight back to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, Thamel is a great place to unwind and enjoy yourself because it caters specifically to tourists and offers a wide variety of goods and services. You have the option of going shopping, eating at a good restaurant, getting a spa treatment, doing some laundry, and a whole host of other activities. In addition, the city of Kathmandu is home to a wide variety of tourist destinations, including as Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath Stupa, Basantapur, Bhaktapur, Patan, and many more. You are welcome to hire one of our city guides to accompany you on a tour of these regions' sites. The evening will see us participating together in the goodbye meal.

On this day, our trek to Everest Base Camp comes to a successful conclusion. We have so many wonderful memories of our time spent together, and we are thankful and thrilled to say goodbye to you and wish you success on your travel back home. You will be dropped off at the TIA by one of our representatives from 8K excursions three hours in advance of your booked flight.

➩ Inclusion

  • Transportation in a private car upon arrival and departure to and from the local as well as the international airport
  • Domestic flight prices between Ramachep and Lukla and back to Ramachep again
  • Transportation in a private car between Kathmandu and Ramachep and Kathmandu
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➩ Exclusion

  • Airfare for international travel
  • Nepal Visa fee
  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Any personal cost
  • Individual Risk Protection Insurance
  • Cost for additional luggage (s)
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➩ Fitness

As you climb to higher altitudes, the air grows thinner and less oxygen is present. The amount of oxygen in our blood is equivalent to the proportion of haemoglobin that is saturated with oxygen. At altitudes above around 2,100 metres (7,000 feet), the amount of oxygen carried by our blood starts to decrease. At the same time, the human body possesses both immediate and long-term adaptations to altitude that help it somewhat compensate for the shortage of oxygen.

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➩ Safety

Points to remember for safety in the trek:

  • It is essential that you arrive at the starting point of any hike or excursion in the best possible physical condition and readiness.
  • The hike is not tough; in fact, if you can keep both your feet and your mind calm and strong during the journey, you will discover that the hike is rather simple.

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➩ How to Reach

Directions to go to Kathmandu:

  • By Air: It is possible to go to the Tribhuvan International Airport, which is situated around six kilometers away from Kathmandu.

➩ FAQ's

The months of March through June and September through November are ideal for making the journey to Everest Base Camp (September to Mid December). The weather is often pleasant throughout these times of year, which makes for breathtaking vistas along the journey. Although while a climb to Everest Base Camp may be done during the winter months, the freezing temperatures may not be ideal for everyone.

Everest Base Camp experiences temperatures ranging from 25 degrees Celsius to -20 degrees Celsius on average throughout the year. The temperature may reach as high as 25 degrees Celsius during the day, but by night it may plummet to between -20 and -30 degrees Celsius. The temperature may even go as low as -40 degrees Celsius. As you make your way up from Lukla into Kumbhu and other higher elevations, you will notice that the temperatures are beginning to decrease. It is also possible that the weather may suddenly shift from dazzling sunshine to snowfall or a storm in a short period of time. But, it should not be too difficult to continue the hike if the weather improves to a more favourable state.

The ascent to Mount Everest's base camp has been made far less dangerous for hikers in recent years because to improvements in technology and gear, as well as newer, more secure evacuation methods. Because of this, even those with no prior expertise in mountaineering are able to successfully complete the journey, and many do so. There is a possibility that you may suffer from the symptoms of acute mountain sickness (AMS), such as feeling sick to your stomach or getting a headache. In such a scenario, you should communicate this information to your trip leader as soon as possible. He will work to improve the circumstances going forward.

Although while there is no way to completely avoid getting altitude sickness, there are ways in which you may reduce the likelihood of getting it by adopting a few simple preventative measures. The cardinal rule is that you should never, ever skip out on the acclimatisation days. Caffeine and cigarettes should not be consumed in the days leading up to the hike. This aids in the prevention of headaches, which are sometimes mistaken for AMS. Every day, you should consume an amount of water that is adequate. Headaches are likely to develop if less water is consumed owing to the high altitude. Walk at a speed that is comfortable for you in order to gain altitude gradually.

It is possible to get a glimpse of the peak of Everest, although the view is not very good. The majority of the view is taken up by the Nuptse and Kumbhu ice falls. You will need to continue your ascent to Kala Patthar, which is around 7-8 hours of hiking from Gorakshep, in order to have a view of the Everest peak that is both clear and spectacular.

The Everest Base Camp Trek does not need you to do any specific training, but it is strongly recommended that you do so in order to maximise your enjoyment of the journey. A few weeks before your flight to Kathmandu, you should get into the habit of doing fundamental cardiovascular workouts such as running, cycling, swimming, and trekking. Your stamina and endurance will improve as a result of doing these activities. While hiking at high altitudes, it is important to take it easy and walk at a steady pace in order to reduce the likelihood of being ill from the altitude.

  • The Pashupatinath Temple is a holy Hindu temple complex that can be found in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is situated on the banks of the Bagmati River. The temple, which is also known as the seat of Lord Pashupatinath, is home to a number of different idols that date back many centuries.
  • Thamel: A trip to any new location is not complete unless at least one stop is made to the local market, and the same is true in Thamel. This location is packed with all of the essential amenities that are need to have a relaxing and enjoyable holiday, including restaurants, motels, and local artisan businesses and cafés.
  • Garden of Dreams: Also known as the Swapna Bagicha, the Garden of Dreams is the ideal place to take a break, relax, and experience the pinnacle of revitalization. One may find everything here, from a little pond to a variety of rare plant species. This place has it all.
  • Temple of Hanuman Dhoka: This temple complex extends over an area of around 5 acres and is comprised of a variety of tiny structures as well as pillars. Malla Kings and the Shah Dynasty were the architects behind the construction of the temple, and their influence can be observed even now in the structure's design.
  • The Kumari House is famous for having been the residence of a little girl who is widely believed to be an incarnation of the goddess Durga. The Kumaris were the original owners of the property. People come from all over the globe to see this child in the hopes of catching even a fleeting sight of her.
  • Indra Chowk is one of those places where you can acquire anything, from mementos to regional specialties, and it is busy with travellers from all over the world. This site is full of the bustle and activity of residents, and it is also packed with tourists from a variety of nations.
  • Beginning at Lukla, the traditional and most travelled route to Everest Base Camp travels via Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorak Shep, and finally Everest Base Camp. This is the most common route to Everest Base Camp, used by about 95% of trekkers and summiteers.
  • You may also go to Everest Base Camp by crossing Chola Pass and going to Gokyo Ri. This path is little more challenging and longer. Magnificent panoramas of the Gokyo Lakes may be seen from the top of Chola Pass (17,782 ft / 5,420 m) and the peak of Gokyo Ri (17,575 ft / 5,357 m).


  • You'll need a lot of fitness for this hike. If you don't currently follow a fitness routine, you should get started as soon as you can if you want to see results. You should try to exercise on at least four different days each week. You will be able to climb more effectively and with less effort if you train well in advance.
  • Your exercise routine need to include a variety of different exercises that target different aspects of your body, including your upper body, core, endurance, lower body, and shoulder strength, among other areas. Your natural breathing pattern will improve as a result of your physical activity. You may be certain that you will arrive at the destination without incident if you maintain a regular training regimen.
  • We recommend that you participate in more cardiovascular activities and put more of your attention on increasing the muscle in your legs by jogging, running, and climbing stairs. Running and jogging drills should be practised on a variety of surfaces. This may be accomplished by going on a trek up one of the hills in the area. Walking uphill and walking downhill are both very useful exercises to do. This blog offers more in-depth advice and suggestions.

Yes! Our guides and porters have received extensive training and are well equipped and cared for. The experience of having previously completed the EBC journey is something that our Trek Captain brings with him. While going on a hike, the members of the group need to work together as a unit and take care of each other's responsibilities.

There is no upper age restriction for the Everest Base Camp trip; nevertheless, participants are expected to be in excellent physical form and have a cheerful attitude during the journey. Before to beginning the journey, we also strongly recommend that you consult with a medical professional to receive the essential clearances and recommendations, as well as any medicines that may be required for high-altitude travel. This should be done before you begin the hike.

  • Absolutely, our requirements for physical fitness have been maintained deliberately simple and easy to meet. In order to meet our standards for physical fitness, you must either perform a 5 kilometre run in less than 35 minutes, cycle 10 kilometres in less than 40 minutes, swim one kilometre in less than 40 minutes, or climb 50 floors (10 floors up and down 5 times) in less than 30 minutes. Any evidence from a fitness app would be sufficient to qualify. We will also assist you with a fitness training program for free and guide you in getting fit to complete this trek.
  • Our fitness criteria are not a blocker or to stop people from joining this trek. However, it is a conscious effort to make sure you have a comfortable and memorable experience during the trek.


  • NOTE: Trekkers who have already trekked in the same route or have trekked at a similar altitude (highest altitude of this trek) or even higher automatically get qualified.


  • Acclimatization is essential because Everest Base Camp is at an altitude of (17,595 ft / 5,363 m) where oxygen levels are low. You might get Acute Mountain Sickness if you don't acclimatise properly to the high altitude. Acute Mountain Sickness is also known as AMS in trekking parlance. Namche Bazaar and Dingboche(11,286 ft / 3,440 m) are where you will stay for an extra day for acclimatization.
  • You can spend the day visiting the Everest viewpoint or relaxing and exploring Namche Bazaar. It is in the main centre of the Everest (Khumbu) region and has government offices, shops, restaurants, a bakery, ATMs, cyber cafes, and a beautiful market.
  • At Dingboche, you will go on a hike to Nangkartshang Peak (5,615 M) It takes about 2-3 hours hike from Dingboche to reach the top of Nangkartshang Peak. You will get the best view of Imja Valley including the three highest mountains in the world Mt. Makalu (8,463m), Lhotse (8,749m), Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Island peak (6,189m), Amadablam (6,812m), Kangtega (6,782m), Thamserku (6,623m), Taboche (6,542m), Cholatse (6,440m), etc.
  • Physical fitness can help prevent AMS to some level but does not rule it out completely.


  • The best way to avoid AMS is to follow simple tips before and during the trek.
  • Avoid over-exerting yourself at the beginning of the trek. Climb slow, and enjoy the views. Trekking is not a race.
  • Drink plenty of water. Try to drink at least 3-4 litres of water during the trek. Follow the 2-sip rule - after every few hundred metres, take 2-3 sips of water.
  • NO Alcohol, Cigarettes and intoxicants before and during the trek. (These are things to avoid after the trek as well.) This increases your risk of getting AMS multifold.
  • Eat lite and easy-to-digest foods - fruits, vegetables, and carbohydrates (rice, daal). Avoid fried foods, bread, noodles, and non-vegetarian items during the trek. These can cause stomach upset - which can cause dehydration and AMS. Also avoid any yak milk products during the trek if you haven’t tried them before.
  • Get enough sleep - Sleep for at least 8-9 hours during the night.
  • Check medicines with your doctor before taking them. Avoid over the counter drugs. Avoid medicines suggested by fellow trekkers, online blogs or google - unless you are very sure about it. You may never know how medicines may react to your body at high altitudes.
  • Make sure you are physically and mentally fit to take any trek. Exercise regularly at least 5-6 months in advance, reduce stress levels and be healthy.

Some of the symptoms you can experience when you have AMS are:

  • Headache
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Loss of appetite/nausea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Cough
  • Palpitation
  • Swelling of the hands and face

We advise you to consult your doctor regarding the medicines you will need to carry. However, while our trek leaders do have a first aid kit along with a portable oxygen cylinder, we suggest you bring regular medicines as advised by your doctor.

Most of the teahouses on the Everest Base Camp trail have western-style toilets. It is strongly advised to bring your toilet paper and other sanitary essentials. Depending on the package you choose, you may get a private (in the room) or shared toilet in the tea house. Please note that the water in the toilets may be freezing cold.

Indians do not require a visa to enter Nepal. Citizens of countries other than India will be required to purchase a Visa. The Visa fee can range between USD 30 and USD 50, depending on the days you must stay in Nepal. We always recommend getting a 30-day visa because there is a chance of unprecedented delays and setbacks during the trek.

ATMs are only available in Namche Bazaar and Lukla. However, the services may stop working or even run out of cash. So, we suggest you bring some extra cash on the trek for food, snacks, and other necessities.

You can trek to Everest Base Camp during two seasons. The first period runs from April to May (Spring), and the second from October to November (Autumn). The latter is considered a post-monsoon period, with fewer chances of rain along the trail. During the autumn, the Sagarmatha region is in full bloom, providing beautiful picturesque views for you to enjoy. During the spring season, many indigenous flowers also put on a colourful sight.

➩ Note

Climbers are strongly encouraged to train their bodies and minds in such a manner that they are fully prepared to adjust to the extremes of isolation, high altitude, and separation from their families. It is also recommended to transport fewer of one’s prized possessions at any one time. In addition, be sure to bring some cotton garments for your time in Kathmandu and some thermal clothes for your trip to the Mountains. Always ensure that you have a copy of your passport as well as recent pictures with you at all times. The Everest Area is a popular destination for mountaineering and trekking, however the activities are largely reliant on the weather. We make every effort to plan our excursions at the most convenient times, but in the event that extraordinary circumstances arise, it is possible that our domestic flights to Lukla may be either delayed or cancelled. If this is the case, we would like to inform you that, with the exception of the total number of days shown in the itinerary section, the client is responsible for covering the costs associated with any additional days that are required. On the other hand, Indian Treks will take care of making the appropriate arrangements for the guides and porters to have a place to sleep.

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➩Trek Departure

25 Mar - 10 Apr
EBC Premium Package
16 available | ₹ 88,799

25 Mar - 10 Apr

16 available | ₹ 88,799

01 - 17 Apr
EBC Premium Package
16 available | ₹ 88,799

15 Apr - 01 May
EBC Premium Package
6 available | ₹ 88,799

21 Apr - 07 May
EBC Premium Package
1 available | ₹ 88,799

29 Apr - 15 May
EBC Premium Package
13 available | ₹ 88,799

06 - 22 May
EBC Premium Package
6 available | ₹ 88,799

13 - 29 May
EBC Premium Package
16 available | ₹ 88,799

23 Sep - 09 Oct
EBC Premium Package
16 available | ₹ 88,799

07 - 23 Oct
EBC Premium Package
9 available | ₹ 88,799

21 Oct - 06 Nov
EBC Premium Package
16 available | ₹ 88,799

➩ Things to carry


  • 50–60 ltrs backpack
  • Strong hiking boots: a leather upper is best because it gives your ankles more support. If you don’t have a pair yet, you should get one as soon as possible and wear it a lot so that it breaks in well. This will help keep blisters from forming.
  • Tennis shoes or sandals that are light enough to wear in camp

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➩ Why choose us for Everest Base Camp Trek

We think that going on outdoor excursions in small groups is the greatest approach to fully appreciate what the landscape has to offer. We don’t leave our urban homes to visit some distant fish monger.

We use a concept called fixed departures to keep the cost of your adventure vacation down. We guarantees all of its clients a departure date regardless of weather or other unforeseen circumstances (known as “Force Majeure”).

We provide very comfortable stay throughout the trek. Proper and good quality tents and sleeping bags are provided with double and triple sharing basis. Tents and sleeping bags are always neat and clean to use.

As a company, Indiantreks is committed to helping people rediscover their personal and spiritual connections to the natural world by encouraging them to put down their phones and other modern gadgets. Connecting with oneself and one’s environment is possible only when one leaves behind all of their cares, concerns, and possessions.

These unspoiled natural settings should remain untouched for future hikers. Leave no trace is our policy to guarantee this (LNT). We take special care to eliminate any traces of our camping activities by properly disposing of waste at each campground. This is one of Indiantreks’ fundamental beliefs.

Indiantreks has taken the Eco-Tourism Pledge, demonstrating our commitment to sustainable practises in all of our operations.

We are firm believers in eco-friendly vacations. As a rule, we prefer to work in remote rural locations where infrastructure has not yet been significantly established. Our mission is to help the residents of these rural areas get the confidence and resources they need to feel like they have a stake

Indian Trek’s team are highly dedicated in safety but as well as giving proper hygenic food throughout the trek. They will not take anything lightly when it comes to good food. Proper washable utensils are using everytime and serving area will also be neat and clean.

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➩ Trekker Stories And Experiences With Indiantreks

It was a wonderful adventure, and Indian Treks offered excellent service. The staff members had a wealth of expertise and understanding, such as how to manage large groups and ensure the safety of individual trekkers.

Gauri Walanju

The organisation for the hike was excellent. Indian Treks is very adaptable, which is a huge asset in the event that our travel plans need to be altered. The most memorable experience for me was getting endless hot gulab jamun.

Akshar Raval

Our wonderful trek guide, together with Sir Vijay Rana and Sir Vivek Rana, as well as the rest of the wonderful staff, made our walk a wonderful experience and easy throughout the trek. Everything went smoothly Thank you very much.

RJ Rajesh

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