Mr. Nima Dorjee Tamang ( Manging Director)
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"Friendship World Trek" Trekking & Expeditions Team.
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March 15-20, March 21-26, March 28-02 April, April 03-08, April 07-12, April
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Departure Dates: Lobuche Peak
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16-21, Oct 15-20, Oct 25-30, Nov 02-07, Nov 15-20, Nov 25-30, Dec 03-08, Dec
MERA PEAK (6654M) CAMPING TRIP
March 20-03 April, April 02-16, 18-02 May, May 05-19, Oct 02-16, 18-02 Nov,
Amadablam Challenge Expedition 4200.
15 Days Pangboche to Pangboche.
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Mt. Everest 2012
Spring: Everest Expedition: 1st April To 29th May
Autumn: Dream Everest Expedition 24th Aug to 23rd Oct 2012.
Mt. Lhotse Expedition 2012
Spring: 5th April to 30th May 2012
Autumn: 24th Aug to 18th Oct 2012
Mt. Makalu Expedition 2012-2013
Spring: 09th April to 05th June 2012
Autumn: 02nd Sep to 29th Oct
Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition 2012
Spring: 15th April to 29th May
Autumn: 08th Sept to 28th Oct
Mt. Manaslu Expedition 2012-2013
Spring: 09th April to 27th May /
Autumn: 02nd Sep to 20th Oct
Mt. Pumori Expedition 2012-2013
Spring: 12th April to 23rd May / 28th April to 31st May
Autumn: 25th Sep to 31st Oct / 30 Sep to 08th Nov
Mt. Himlung Expedition 2012
Spring: 15 April to 19 May /
autumn:29 Sep to 02 Nov
Mt. Ama Dablam Expedition 2012-2013 -
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Autumn: 03rd Oct to 01st Nov / 15th Oct to 13thNov / 25thOct to 23rd Nov
International Joining Mt. Everest Expedition Tibet
Spring: 04thApril To 06th June
Int. Joining Mt. Cho-Oyu Expedition: 2012-2013
Spring: 08th April To 17th May
Autumn: 04th Sep To 16th Oct, 2nd Oct To 14th Nov
International Joining Mt. Shishapangma Expedition:
Spring: 12th April To 24th May
Autumn: 02nd Sep To 14th Oct
Int. Mt. Shishapangma South Face Expedition 2012-2013
Spring: 12th April To 24th May
Autumn: 02nd Sep To 14th Oct
Chulu West (6419m):
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/ 08th May to 23rd May.
18th Sep to 4th Oct / 09th Oct to 25th Oct / 25th Oct to 10th Nov / 15th Nov
to 30th Nov 2012.
Kyajo Ri (6186m):
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/ 04th May to 17thMay / 18th May to 31st May
Island Peak (Imja Tse) (6183m):
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09th April to 24th April / 16th April to 01st May / 07th May to 22nd May
Nirekha Peak (6159m):
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/ 08th May to 23rd May / 18th Sept to 03rd Oct / 05th Oct to 20th Oct / 22nd
Oct to 06th Nov / 01st Nov to 16th Nov
Lobuche East (6119m):
12th March to 27th March / 26th March to 10th April / 09th April to 24th
April / 23rd April to 08th May / 14th May to 29th May
Abi Peak (6097m):
15th March to 29th March / 06th April to 20th April / 23rd April to 07th
May / 10th May to 24th May / 20th September to 4th October
Pisang Peak (6091m):
13th March to 02nd April / 29th March to 18th April / 05th April to 25th
April / 18th April to 08th May / 04th May to 24th May / 22nd Sept to 12th
Oct / 08th Oct to 28th Oct / 22nd Oct to 11th Nov / 08th Nov to 28th Nov
Paldor Peak (5896m):
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10th May to 22nd May / 10th Sep to 22nd Sep / 24th Sep to 06th Oct / 08th
Oct to 20th Oct / 22nd Oct to 03rd Nov / 12th Nov to 24th Nov / 26th Nov to
08th Dec / 10th Dec to 22nd Dec / 24th Dec to 05th Jan
Nayakanga Peak (5844m):
14th March to 27th March / 04th April to 17th April / 17th April to 30th
April / 10th May to 25th May / 16th Sep to 29th Sep / 02nd Oct to 17th Oct /
22nd Oct to 04th Nov / 08th Nov to 21st Nov / 22nd Nov to 06th Dec
Nepal Trekking Tours Climbing, a closer look
at the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trip.
The Everest area is the second most popular trek in Nepal, this trek starts with
an exciting flight to Lukla and then penetrates right into Tamang & Sherpa Land.
This region is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world's
highest mountain (8848 m), but also for its Sherpa Villages, Tamang Villages and
Monasteries. This trek involves a tremendous amount of up and down walking.
‘Friendship World Trek will be guiding a group of trekkers up the notorious
Khumbu Valley and re-visiting Mt Everest Base Camp on the Southern side. The
trek to Mt Everest Base Camp really is the finest trek on the planet and is an
unforgettable journey through the most spectacular mountain scenery in the
world. It’s a lot more than just a sightseeing excursion. Amidst the
overwhelmingly powerful Himalayan peaks, a sense of space and spirituality
really can be felt.
The trek begins in Kathmandu, which is a busy, vibrant city with loads of fun
shopping opportunities and good food. The luxurious Kathmandu Annapurna, which
is ‘thee’ hotel of the region, is where this journey begins and ends. We fly
into the small mountain village of Lukla at 2900m and then trek upwards for 9
days, gaining altitude slowly, and winding our way up the Khumbu Valley to our
final destination approximately 70 kilometres away. After a few days we will
have views of Mt Everest, Nuptse, Pumori and Lhotse, unimaginably massive
mountains that form part of the most majestic wilderness in the world.
The trek passes through the villages and homesteads of the Tamang & Sherpa
people. We experience their culture and religion by staying in their
precisely-built, stone tea-houses and/or camping in sites close -by. Sandwiches,
cinnamon buns, boiled eggs, coca cola, (or for a local flavor) Dhal bat and beer
are served along the way. There’s much time to socialize and enjoy the company
of other trekkers and climbers, read a good book, listen to music, photograph
the surroundings, play cards and appreciate the geology of the region.
Following in the foot steps of the earliest Western expeditions, we trek for an
average six hours per day, carrying only a light pack (5 kilograms) containing
our personal items. During the trek Friendship Trek Guides keeps an eye on
everyone’s health and comfort. Prior to the trek he ensures everyone is
adequately equipped and prepared.
It takes about 15 days to trek to
Base Camp and
to return to the mountain side runway at Lukla. Most of this time is spent at an
altitude above 3000m. For this reason you may feel more fatigued than normal on
a trek of this distance. So, well-deserved rests and acclimatization days are
built into the program. Anyone of ‘moderate fitness’ and age can reach Base
Camp. However a comprehensive medical questionnaire must be completed prior to
Some people might like to stay in Kathmandu for a shorter or longer period
(depending on their schedules and interests). This can be arranged to suit.
If you’re interested in joining (or know of someone who might) contact Nima
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Day 01: Meet at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel.
A pre-trek briefing will be conducted at which maps and other general
information will be distributed. This will also offer you the ideal opportunity
to ask any last-minute questions. A sightseeing tour will be arranged or you are
free to taxi around and do your own thing. Overnight Kathmandu Hotel.
Day 02: Sight-seeing of Kathmandu: Full day’s sightseeing in Kathmandu valley
includes the Hindu temple complex at Pashupatinath (a UNESCO World Heritage
Site) & the biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath. Visit Monkey Temple the
Swyambhunath (2000 years old temple) and visit Patan city of fine arts.
Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03: Flight from KTM – Lukla. Trek to Phakding (2,652m).
Our early morning flight by Twin Otter aircraft takes us to Lukla, the most
renowned mountain airstrip in the world. On the flight we watch the rugged
foothills give way to the snowline of the Himalaya; many of the world’s highest
mountains, including Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and Makalu (the world’s 3rd, 4th, and
5th highest respectively). On arrival, we meet our Sherpas and after a cup of
tea we take the trail out of Lukla. Surprisingly, this high-altitude trek begins
by descending to the river at Phakding.
Day 04: Phakding to Namche (3,440m)-
Namche is the most prosperous and the largest town in the Khumbu Valley. A
bazaar is held here every Saturday. The wares on display include meat, grains
and vegetables, tennis shoes and trinkets as well as hand woven aprons and
Tibetan boots. Thamserku (6648m), Kwangde Ri (6187m) and Khumbila (5707m)
surround the natural bowl that Namche rests in. Halfway up the hill, a gap in
the trees allows us to see Everest for the first time. If the weather is clear
the top of the South-West Face will be just visible behind the long Lhotse-Nuptse
ridge. A plume can often be seen stretching away from the summit.
Day 05: Acclimatization day in Namche. (Rest Day): We take the day off to allow
our bodies to adjust to the rarefied atmosphere before ascending to higher
altitudes. The secret of safe acclimatisation is to ‘climb high and sleep low’.
It is safe for the more energetic amongst us to hike up the hill behind Namche
to the airstrip at Syangboche, or stroll across to the museum behind the police
post. Others may prefer to ‘chill out’ and watch cable TV (seriously), or visit
one of the lodges for a freshly baked cinnamon roll and tea. Namche is a busy
and bustling trading hamlet.
Day 06: Namche to Tengboche (3,867m): after walking one hour you arrive in
phungithanga from there the trail climbs through forests where you can spot musk
deer. Tengboche sits on a saddle at 3870m in a clearing surrounded by dwarf
fires and rododendroms. Kwongde (6187m) Tawache(6542m) Everest (8848m) Nuptse
(7855m) Lhotse (8618m) Amadablam (6856m) Thamserku (6608m) provide and inspiring
panorama of Himalayan giants. We visit the Bhuddist Monastry at Tengboche, the
largest in Khumbu region. in front of us is Tengboche, the principal monastery
of the Khumbu area; the views from here are unforgettable.
Day 07: Tengboche to Pheriche: Beyond Tengboche the altitude really starts to
tell. The trail droops down to Dingboche, crosses the Imja Khola and climbs past
superb mani stones ( carved with the Tibetan Buddhist chant om mani padme hum)
to Pangboche at 3860m The gompa here is worth visiting. Then the trail start
climbs to Pheriche 4240m. Where there is a medical facility, which gives
lectures everyday on Altitude Sickness.
Day 08: Another acclimatization day(Rest Day) again walking up and then coming
back down is better than just resting in high altitude, you can make a day trip
to Nangkartshang Gompa or up the hill to look down onto Dingboche, Either walk
offers good views.
Day 09: Pheriche to Lobuche - The trail climbs to Phalang karpo at 4340m then
Duglha at 4620m,From Dughla the trail ascends the broad, gently slopping valley
and climb steeply in to the terminal moraine of the Khumbu glacier then left in
to the memorial area Chukpilhara, before reaching the Lobuche at 4930m
Day 10: Lobuche to Gorakshep. The trail from Lobuche follows the grassy ablation
valley with great views of Pumori then crosses tributary glaciers to reach the
dry lake bed of Gokrakchep. Stop for lunch then climb Kalapattar to get the best
views of Everest and the surrounding mountains, then and back to Gorakshep for
Day 11: Gorekshep to Everest Base Camp back to Lobuche - Early morning we walk
to Everest Base Camp , visit base camp area and work down to Lobuche.
Day 12: Lobuche to Dingboche - Staying the night at Dingboche, makes an
interesting accommodation alternative.
Day 13: Tengboche
Day 14: Namche
Day 15: Lukla, hotel
Day 16: Flight from Lukla - KTM, transfer to hotel
Day 17: Kathmandu free day, evening culture show with Nepali dinner, hotel
Day 18: Final departure, transfer to airport
Why trek with Friendship
Managed and operated by a group of dedicated and experienced people
who are not only well versed in the adventure travel service business but also
are committed to Conserving our natural and cultural diversity. Our treks, tours
and expeditions trips are well equipment, offer optimum safety, and provide
guides who have first hand knowledge of the routes, natural history and cultural
Trained Trek Guides and Sherpas each of our treks is managed by a team of
professionally trained trek guides, cooks and Sherpas. Our leaders/guides
and trek crew are committed to providing a safe and enjoyable holiday to our
clients and in a Friendship World Trek Treks & Exp. friendly manner. High
Quality Camping Equipment All our camping-treks are outfitted with the highest
quality equipment available.
Comfortable dome or 'A' frame tent, foam mattress, dinning tent with camp chairs
and tables and a toilet tent are standard equipment on all our camping treks.
You don't need to be a mountaineer with rippling muscles to enjoy trekking. If
you are reasonably fit and not afraid of walking, you qualify; thus have a
spirit of adventure. We take care of all the details like government permits,
air/bus tickets, guides, porters, foods, tents, etc.
We take the greatest pride for serving our customers to their utmost
satisfaction. We encourage all the valued customers taking their tours and trips
to preserve the natural environment, giving you the opportunity to experience
the rural, smooth setting and totally different feeling of your holiday trip.
So, we invite you to join us on a visit to these remote regions to learn more
about yourself and your world & to expand your physical & cultural horizons by
traveling on foot through lands about which you have only dreamed.
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