Everest Base Camp Yoga Trek
Nepal, Everest Base Camp Yoga Trek is a journey of experience where you can explore the beauty outside and within self. Everest base camp yoga trek is a wonderful trekking experience among the trekking program because of its all-round physical, mental and spiritual benefits. It gives you physical health, mental peace and spiritual awareness. Mountains are the source of energy where our ancient sages use to practice their yoga and meditation.
Trekking through the Himalaya is a spiritual experience, to be spiritual is to adopt nature to unite yourself with it. What better way to trek to Everest Base Camp than to add yoga to your daily routine? Trekking Planner offers a wonderfully spiritual Everest Base Camp Yoga Trek where we combine culture, nature, landscape and spirituality into life time experience. During the trekking our days starts with the practice of yoga under the guidance of an instructor. The guide and yoga instructor will be traveling with you during the trek.
Each day the practice begins with centering of the mind and body to be present in the peaceful environment of the mountain. Everest Base Camp Yoga Trek starts from Kathmandu which is a capital of Nepal and also known as ancient city which attracts most of the tourist because of its incredible beauty. We will spend a day touring the beautiful sites around the Kathmandu valley which is listed in the world heritage side of UNESCO.
Be sure to look out for the many types of wildlife along your trek. Aside from the many pack animals that carry supplies from village to village, you will have the opportunity to see musk deer, birds, flowers and other wildlife. Take the time to look around, slow your pace, and absorb the wonderful nature around you. The trekking will be continued for 12 days, after summiting Everest base camp and Kalaphatar we will turn back to Kathmandu through the flight from Lukla, Tenzing–Hillary Airport.
Everest base camp yoga trek is available all around the year, from March to May and September to December consider as the best time for the yoga trekking, other than that we are operating silence yoga retreat during other times. Join Trekking Planner Nepal for the safe and comfortable journey. We care about your comfort and safety. If you want to do something different, something adventures remember us. We will help our best to serve your needs.
- Daily yoga sessions and meditation on the lap of world’s famous mountain , in the morning and in the evening
- Guided sightseeing tours in UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu
- Witness aerial view of the vast landscape with lush valleys and hills
- Return domestic flights from Kathmandu to Lukla
- Daily delicious healthy meals; vegetarian and non-vegetarian
- 14 nights accommodation (11 nights on full board in mountain and 03 nights on BB in Kathmandu)
- Explore highlanders Sherpa villages and monasteries of impressive culture and age-old custom
1st day: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m/4430ft)-Hotel (D)
2nd day: Full day in Kathmandu-Hotel (B/B)
3rd day: Flight to Lukla (2828m/9279ft) 35m and trek to Phakding (2780m/9121ft) 3-4 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
4th day: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m/11287ft) 5-6 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
5th day: Rest day at Namche Bazaar-Lodge(B/L/D)
6th day: Trek to Tengboche (3850m/12632ft) 4-5 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
7th day: Trek to Dingboche (4350m/14272ft) 4-5 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
8th day: Rest day Dingboche-Lodge(B/L/D)
09th day: Trek to Lobuche (4910m/16109ft) 4-5 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
10th day: Trek to Gorakshep (5180m/16995ft) 3-4 hrs walk and Everest Base Camp (5364m/17600ft) 2-3 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
11th day: Trek to Kala patthar (5545m/18193ft) 2-3 hrs walk and to Pheriche (4280m/14042ft) 5-6 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
12th day: Trek to Namche bazaar (3440m/11287ft) 4-5 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
13th day: Trek to Lukla (2828m/9279ft) 5-6 hrs walk-Lodge(B/L/D)
14th day: Fly back to Kathmandu (1350m/4430ft)-Hotel (B/B)
15th day: Final departure (B)
B/B = Bed & Breakfast, B = Breakfast, B/L/D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
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Everything. Everything was run so smoothly from day 1 to the end. Dipak and the team go above and beyond. They really care about you having a good time. They look after their clients really well. My guide Nirmal was outstanding and my yoga teacher Anil was looking after us with care like family every step of the way. They accommodate well to your individual needs and give you the space you need if you need it. They are cool people, too. They are knowledgeable, friendly and professional. They stick to their word, they're honest, relaxed, confident and fun. This has got to be the best trekking company in Nepal.
Wonderful team, I felt really well taken care of from start to finish. Every day of the trek was more breathtaking than the last. Trekking in February meant beautiful weather with every morning clear and sunny. It was chilly, but I felt warm when walking, and stoves burned in the tea houses for a few hours morning and evening. Buying boiled water helped me to stay healthy on the trek while keeping my sleeping bag toasty at night. Our guide Nirmal was wonderful, experienced and a lot of fun. With his guidance and the support of our yoga teacher Anil, I felt strong and healthy throughout the trek, and never faced any issues with altitude. The majestic Himalayas provided an ideal backdrop for our yoga sessions, and trekking to EBC was a wonderful opportunity to do some soul searching- accessing much needed peace, restoring balance and connecting with my body. Fresh hot vegetarian meals with tea (and the odd snickers...) felt very luxurious and were delicious and nutritious. Along with our guides, we were in good company throughout the trek with warm and resilient locals, adventurous and inspiring fellow trekkers, the hard working yaks and ponies and the scores of friendly puppies everywhere! The route itself was manageable for someone in generally good health. I booked last minute, and didn't train for for trek at all. The distance covered and altitude are the main to be things of. I was careful to stay well hydrated and avoided alcohol, meat and caffeine during the trek.
Summit is not the final goal,but doing yoga trekking to EBC is the best choice I've ever made.
Although it's raining season,once reach certain height. May see the top of mountains with luck.
It's a ritual journey followed with friendships you would never expected and trust you would never doubt.
Don't use your personal expectations to judge the nature,and you will love this trip as much as I do
Dipak is an amazing host in Nepal. From the greeting at the airport to sending me off to the next adventure-everything was perfect. Anil is an excellent guide and yoga instructor. His priority is your safety and having a wonderful, spiritual trek. This team is top notch and highly recommended. Other agencies do not offer monsoon season treks to EBC and this is a shame. Summer is an incredible time to trek to Everest Base Camp-no lines and a chance to connect with the few trekkers on the trail. A life changing experience not to be missed!
My husband and I had an amazing but super challenging trip to Nepal. Dipak in Kathmandu, and Ganesh, our guide on the mountain, looked after us well, despite lost luggage, missed and delayed flights, my husband having mountain sickness (and being flown back to Kathmandu, then back up to Pheriche to recover until we met him on the way down).
In Nepal, you soon learn that things don't necessarily go to plan, and there are often lots of unknowns, but if you have faith, eventually things tend to turn out ok.
Our yoga instructor and guide, Rinchen, was the absolute star of the show - he was honestly the nicest person I've ever met, a very inspiring yogi, one of the fittest people on the mountain, and went out of his way constantly to help us, the locals, other groups, and really anybody he came across.
Whilst separated from my husband, the whole team made us both feel well looked after and safe. It was challenging, but I loved the trek to EBC and all the amazing people we met on the way.
When we finally made it back to Kathmandu (after 2 days of delayed flights from Lukla), we had a really nice room in the hotel, and went out for a lovely meal with Dipak ... it would have been really nice to start the trip with this too, as our first night in Nepal included a very strange experience in a traditional restaurant, with a guide who spoke no English, and left us feeling confused.
We did a shorter 11 day trek, which seemed a bit too quick and I genuinely think my husband would have had a better experience if we had taken more time. Heading back down in 3 days was really tough for all of us, especially our guide, Ganesh, who caught a cold/flu, and really wasn't fit enough for the trek.