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Story by Vignesh

 Rated : 5.0

Trekking the adorable Himalayas is always a must on the “to do” list of an avid trekker. After trekking over the Sahyadris and taking a few treks in Karnataka I decided to place my foot on the Himalayan Mountain Ranges. Going through the various options from Chadar, Sandakphu, Roopkund, Hampta Pass, etc. I finally narrowed down to the Everest Base Camp. The very thought of following the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay thrilled me to the core. The sight of having a close encounter with the highest point on earth just pushed further my excitement levels. After a series of e-searches and consulting with other fellow trekkers, I finally made up my mind to enroll for the 14 day EBC Trek with Thrillophilia. The EBC Trek was by far my best trek so far. Though the thin air made the ascent difficult and more challenging, I am glad that I was able to complete the trek. The amazing view of snow clad mountains, the vast greenery and above all the company of similar fun-loving folks made the trek a memorable one. Kudos to the team at Thrillophilia. The trek was not only organized well but the pricing was also reasonable. All the questions, concerns, doubts and apprehensions I that had were properly attended by the travel consultant at Thrillophilia, Miss Madhuri Mathur despite some of them being repetitive. The representatives Mr. Subid Sahoo and Mr. Nitish Singh as well as the trek Guide Mr. Bijay along with his assistants were all friendly and helpful. I will definitely suggest my pals to go for this trek. I wish to do it again sometime soon. Cheers, Vignesh

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Story by Karen Sharma

 Rated : 5.0

Dreams take time, patience and sustained effort if they are ever to be anything more than dreams. The EBC trek is, without doubt, a very challenging one, and it takes courage, grit, will and motivation to keep at it until the end. However, having a trusted partner like Thrillophillia help you motor along the way makes the journey safer! Here is my story on how I added the EBC feather to my cap: https://whisperashout.wordpress.com/2018/05/03/everest-base-camp-march-2018/ Sit back, relax and read at leisure, 'coz this is meant to be detailed.

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Story by Syed

 Rated : 5.0

Trekking to EBC is every adventurer’s dream. The very thought of standing at the Base Camp of the world's highest mountain itself is so exciting. When you are trekking to the Base Camp of Everest, it is challenging, it is tough, it is scary, it is daunting and it is exhausting. But then, when you look up to witness the stunning landscape around you, you get to know that whilst it is all of the above, more than anything, it is rewarding and completely worth it. One has to definitely go out in the mountains. They will make you modest. They will make you humble. They will make you feel that the world is a much bigger place than where you live. Looking at them you will realize such a tiny place you occupy in this world. Thrillophilia made this dream come true. Their flawless logistics and well informed support staff, both on and off the field played a crucial role in making this a huge success.

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Story by Purushottam Malik

 Rated : 5.0

Everest Base Camp Trekking In Nepal is one of the best camp trekking that I have ever taken. Everest has been in my wish list of places to trek for so long. When it did finally happen, I was getting sceptical. However, thanks to the organizers for making this whole process a smooth one for me. I am so glad and happy to have actually taken this trek. Also, visiting Nepal was a splendid experience. Viewing Everest from Nepal is the best part of this trip. I just wish I can do this again soon.

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Story by Akshay

 Rated : 5.0

Need to Visit once in your lifetime! My everest base camp trek from Lukla to Mount Everest Base camp and then to Kalapattar at about 5546 metres. The trek was Awesome. It was spanning for about 13 days. It was one of the most memorable journeys I've ever done in my life. Me and my groups had such a wonderful moment traveling to the Mount Everest base camp. If anyone ever wants to visit this place, doing so is the only way to know the beauty of nature. It's undoubtedly the best. Planning to go there again. Good manage by Thrillophilia!

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Story by Tanuj Tanuj

 Rated : 5.0

Excellent trek service by Mr Subid Sahoo and team. Superb guide,co guide and porters. Everything was nicely laid out. Accomodations were good. Special thanks to Mr Bhim(guide). Mr Nima(co guide), Mr Nitesh and Mr Subid Sahoo. Well done .

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Story by Ishan Gandhakwala

 Rated : 5.0

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Their team in Nepal is very co-operative and takes very good care of everything so that you can enjoy the trip rather than to worry unnecessary things. Good time.

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Story by Allie Enquest

 Rated : 5.0

The best part I liked about the Everest Base Camp trek is its wonderful beauty. Those 13 days of this trek was the most celebrated days of my life. I'm sure all our group mates had the same feeling I had. The beauty of the Mt Everest is truly the most excellent in the world. The trek was well conducted and we had no issues during the entire trek.

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Story by Ashita Singhvi

 Rated : 5.0

The trek to Everest base camp opened my eyes to the beauty of nature left to be from the hands of man. The trek from Lobouche to the everest base camp is a lot of fun. Make sure your gear is with you at all times. Definitely want to go back as soon as possible.

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Story by Daveesh Jethra

 Rated : 5.0

Till you complete the Everest Base Camp trek, your trekking world will be incomplete! It is the epitome of all the treks. And according to me, it is a must for everyone who craves for fun, adventure and excitement in the Everest.

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Story by Anushree

 Rated : 5.0

Having trekked in the Sahayadris for over 4-5 years now and after doing two himalayan treks in the previous season, I wanted to do a more challenging trek. So finally I decided to climb the base camp of the highest mountain in the world. The majestic mountain range had been in my bucket list for many years. Now seemed to be the right time, and so I set off in search of the "Everest". I always thought how difficult could it be to climb mountains, after all, it just takes putting one step ahead of the other. I was wrong, it indeed turned out to be more difficult than I imagined. This is due to the rarefied air in the atmosphere, that makes breathing difficult. Even a nominal gradient while ascending seems to be a task. But thankfully I wasn't hit by any symptoms of AMS ( Acute Mountain Sickness ) which makes the mountaineer's job tremendously difficult at high altitudes. On the trek, it was the promise of some awesome photos, that helped me carry through many steep climbs. But, the sheer beauty of the barren mountains with clear blue sky in the backdrop and the ferocious Dudh Koshi River inspired me not to give up but to keep climbing. During the climb of Kala Patthar, I learnt the importance of balance and concentration, even when you are exhausted beyond limit. On the Kala Patthar summit day, I set out at 4 in the morning, climbing through the mountain with a 50-70 degree gradient; sub zero temperatures, chilly winds and freezing weather. It was total dark and the only thing I could see through my head torch was the next step. From this moment till 6 am in the morning, I only thought about the awesome feeling of summiting and achieving my goal. As the air was thin, I concentrated on breathing properly and adequately and took synchronized baby steps. And, finally at 6:30 am I reached the Summit (5643m)! The view of the sunrise on Everest was just spectacular and the feeling of having summited, exhilarating!! The Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar expedition made me realize that to achieve a goal, it is important to believe in your own efforts and strength (Both Physical and Mental).But more than that, we should be grateful towards the ecosystem around and factors beyond our control which play an equally important role in our journey to achieve anything.

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Story by Rameshwar Bharadwaj

 Rated : 5.0

A good trek at a very reasonable price is what I need to say about this trek first of all. I had a comfortable and good stay at the base camp. The camping was a great fun and I enjoyed to the core. Heard that this was the most challenging trek of Nepal and so I decided to try this out. This was obviously challenging but I could make it out till the end. it was just out of the world experience

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Story by Sucheta Namboothiri

 Rated : 5.0

The mountains were brilliant and nice, the clear sky after the summer monsoon had dusted away the dust and we hence got a chance to have a clear view of the whole peak and the adjacent places. The days we spent at the camp base was cooler even though it could have been more long.

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Story by Deenabandhu Devar

 Rated : 5.0

The great Everest Base trek camp is the most spectacular camping that I ever know of. What I liked personally about this trek was the courtesy and reception of the inhabitants at this place. Even though the trek was steep and sharp we had ample route to trek and enjoy. We even had time to take marvellous pictures at each and every step of the trek. I should say that I went on this trek at the right time. it was a life changing experience for me!!

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Story by Dhanpati Gill

 Rated : 5.0

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We (Me and my wife) took up this ever challenging Everest base camp trek last month. Staying at Delhi was an advantage for me, as I was able to make up immediate plans and pack bags for the one of its kinds trek – Everest base camp trek, When my wife had said that she wanted to take a break for two weeks, I immediately rushed online to book our tickets to Kathmandu to take up this trek that I had been dreaming off ever since I was in my college days, and luckily my wife never says no to my decision. It was during the months of Late November and Early December, the winter was starting to pour in, even though it was more chill and freezing than I had expected. Heard that November month is great for trekking to this wonderful place, and so when we landed up at the trek start point at Lukla, I could catch many trekkers who were going to accompany us in this journey, actually it looks good and is great to trek along with other trekking lovers, you will feel motivated. Even though I was the one who insisted on this trek, my wife was even more energetic and active when she saw the other accompanies. The weather and the days were too good at the first place; hence it gave a good kick start for our journey, the guide told us that the trekking would be for nearly 12 days, but we managed to finish it in 11 days. If we follow the instructions and the guidelines that are provided by the organizers we can complete this trek in the given time, on the other hand I heard some trekkers grumbling that they missed out some main points like Kala Pathar and were not able to make it up till the Everest base. But luckily my health and my co-trekkers were co-operative that we made it up till the end. Now that we had finished the trek successfully, it also becomes important to say a few words about the food, stay and the journey. Wherever we stopped, our guides served us with hot foods, even though there were many varieties; I wanted to try the traditional Nepali food – which was really a great choice; the accommodation for us was at Tea house which was really great and amazing, room service was above average and we never faced any problem at any time, Hot water was supplied for whenever we asked, the bedding and the blankets were clean and washed well ( my wife happens to be a clean freak), but then she never had any issue with the accommodation or food. As a final word, this review would become obsolete if I don’t mention that the organizers have done a tremendous job by making this challenging trek successful for us!

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Story by Dwaipayana Pilla

 Rated : 5.0

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At the end of your lifetime, when you sit back and recollect your old memories, it is not the tour that you will remember, but it will be the ones that made your trip memorable. And without any doubt I can say that my memory in future is going to be filled only with this Everest Base camp trek that I had taken up last week. A trek will become memorable only when it is filled with adventure, challenge and fun in it, and all this is coupled in the Everest base camp trek. When I had suggested this trek to my family, they immediately said a big “NO” as this was the most challenging one and I had picked the winter months for trekking, but then I gathered guts to convince my parents and started to go ahead with my itinerary which I had already done many months before the trek was decided. Actually the trek is not as scary and rough as others presume it to be, if you are packed with necessary stuffs and if you have some skill and knowledge about this trek you are sure to go through it easily. Trekking to the base camp is actually a great fun to experience for real. I want this review to be useful to the readers, thus I am writing more of tips rather than my experience so that it would be useful for the other trekkers who are planning to go ahead with this trek. If you are planning to trek to this base camp, I feel it is always wise to carry some USD and Rupees as you hardly find any ATM’s over here, it is also great if you are able to arrange some Nepali currencies too in case you want to shop or buy something to eat. If you haven’t packed enough winter gear or trekking gear, buy them at Kathmandu itself and save some bucks, and as you climb the altitude will lower down your oxygen level, so carry plenty of chocolates and some treats for your mouth. When your energy level goes down, just munch in few chocolates and gets instant energy. And you can also carry some tea bags with you; hot water is available at many places, so you can just stop by to sip your tea instead of searching for a local tea stall. Well all this being said, my trek to Everest base camp was more than I wanted it to be, fun thrill, excitement, adventure, mystery and above all I made friendship with so many trekkers that in future I will not have to go alone to any place, this trekking friends group will be ready to hang out with me.

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Story by Manisha Gowda

 Rated : 5.0

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The trekking experience was fine, the organizer had planned every bit in precise and detailed me the itinerary on my arrival at Kathmandu. The trek was looking immense for me as I started up with it, and as I started trekking bit by bit, my fear reduced after witnessing the beauty of the villages and the nearby surrounding backdrops. At certain altitude, I was feeling as if the world shifted, the sky widened and it was like my feet were somewhere immersed into space. With chillness in my heart, lungs and face I trekked further and further along with other trekkers. The path to the base camp was still higher and as I climbed bit by bit I could feel the snow capped mountains moving towards me and from somewhere the icicles were hanging, as I had carried enough winter wears, I faced no issues at all, but otherwise also the guides over here are helpful and are arranging the things that are needed, in fact there are many places where you can hire stuffs to trek. Well then with few more moves ahead, I caught the first glimpse of the Mount Everest from so near and that too for real. This moment was enough to flush off my tiredness, I could feel a fresh flow of blood inside me, and well whatever I faced to reach this place was more than worth it. My adventurous trek came to an end and at last I felt bad when I had to say Sayonara to my fellow trekkers who became so close by then. All in all, the trek was worth every penny and energy spent!!!

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Story by Bhramar Patil

 Rated : 5.0

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My honeymoon was going on pending due to my tight schedule, but then I didn’t want to prolong it more, so I booked immediately for a trek to Everest base camp, as both me and my wife are great trekking lovers, we have trekked many times before but we never gave this a try as we kept postponing hearing that it was a very challenging one. I thought my wife wouldn’t be able to manage till the end, but she was more active than me and never gave up at any time even when the weather went down to minus degrees. To start with from the day one till the day twelve everything went out smooth, this is what we can expect when a reputed travel organizer takes up the job of arranging such hard treks. There were many other co- trekkers probably who were not pro in this, they had to face some problem like skipping some places or extending the trek for a day or more. Well talking about the trek apart from the breathtaking sceneries we enjoyed the unique Sherpa culture and had chance to see monasteries and museums on the way, we felt that those days were sheer pleasure – a trance filled state. My wife still says that we had entered into some Indiana Jones movie, YES! This is what we felt during those twelve days. A mix of natural beauty, fascinating culture and the sense that we achieved such a challenging trek is making me getting Goosebumps even now.

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Story by Ashok Prajapat

 Rated : 5.0

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This trek has inspired me a lot, basically I love enjoying the natural beauty and the landscapes of any part of the world, when my relative told me to accompany her for a trek to the Everest base camp, I was not too keen on it, I was having a myth that trekking and enjoying the nature are two different concepts and you will not be able to justify both of it I thought, but I was totally wrong. Even though it was a hard trek, we got plenty of scope to halt every now and there to enjoy the scenic beauty, natural landscapes, pristine surrounding, freezing rivers and the immense flora and fauna at every junction. Even though winter trekking to this place is not advisable, we decided to take up the road that was not taken, and we don’t regret it as we never faced any issue. But after I am back from the trek I personally feel that this trek is not for the novice to take up at the first trial, this trek needs little professional skills to sustain the weather, altitude and the hard pathways. Otherwise all the things went over fine and cool. I was equipped with proper trekking gear so I never had any problem like my co travellers. It is obviously worth taking up such a kind of trek in your lifetime. Some treks like this will add memories to your life and give a new meaning to travel.

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Story by Kalinda Verma

 Rated : 5.0

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We had planned for a trip to Nepal, my friend was getting married, and so we all, our college friends gang decided to attend it, one of my friends suggested about a trek to the most challenging place – and this was when we decided to put the Everest base camp trek into our bucket list without any second thought. At first we were bit reluctant as we thought we may not be able to fulfill our trek dream, but we escaped as soon as the marriage was over, and kept aside ten days for this trek. The trek is definitely worth those days, time and money spent. The trek was not as easy as we assumed it to be, moreover there were light showers and as we didn’t pack much of clothing, we had to manage with the same stuffs and one or two we managed to buy anyways. I recommend my readers to pack ample clothing, wet tissues and few medicines as they will prove to be handy over there as you climb that altitude. Trek took us more than we had planned, we could make it in two weeks, but then even when the going was hard, the descend was easy and more simple than we thought. I would thank the organizer and the guide for making our trek memorable.

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Story by Lakshminath Iyer

 Rated : 5.0

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Well, where to start and Where to end! The Everest Base camp trek is the best trek that I have ever been till date! I am a great lover of nature and obviously trekking, and when this camp base gave me scope for both of these together, how I can ever miss out! This is the way my journey to this trek started. My friend had accompanied me on this trip, prior to the trip I read some reviews and was interested to take this, but now that I am back from this trek, I have to admit that whatever I read and whatever I am writing now is too less compared to the experience you are going to get there! The guide allotted to us was always there and helped us in our needs, the trek itself was more than amazing, and the trail to reach the summit was even more wonderful than the actual destination. Even though the altitude of the trek troubled us a bit, the first aid and the medical kit that we carried helped us to get relief from nausea and low oxygen problem. As we went during the month of February, the climate was little sunny with light snowfalls at nights, the temperature was ideal for us to walk through the whole way without giving us any obstacle. Over and all, this challenging trek was made easy and it is obviously a great value for money.

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Story by Harinakshi Shah

 Rated : 5.0

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The Everest base camp trek is one of the unforgettable treks that I had ever been to! I went with this trek along with my elder brother and his friends, so we were totally a group of seven all of us aged in-between 20 – 28, this gives pretty fair reason to take up such a difficult trek. I went during the month of October, the climate was more than good, it is also heard that this trek will be ideal from March to May and again from September to December. However during the December month, you can expect the temperature to go below zero also, so be prepared for that. Even though we can trek alone, it is always advisable to go along with a guide, as they not only help you with the right and fast routes but they will also give you details of all the things that you are surpassing, you needn’t be a mere stranger in the trek, you can know about the culture, history and in fact spend some time with the villagers before you head to your next phase of trek. Well that being said; we enjoyed a lot making camp tents, bonfire dancing and then munching on the local Nepali cuisine at the local stalls. At the end of the trek I never even felt that I had ascended this 5545m so easily.

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Story by Devika Mehrotra

 Rated : 5.0

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Are you planning to head for a trek to the Everest Base camp? Well hear my story of my experience to this wonderful heaven on Earth, I am basically from Rajasthan, and am a great lover of trek, I never leave any trekking place in the World untouched, there are many I have taken up and there are still vast to explore, as I was trekking to each and every place that I had shortlisted from my bucket list, the Everest base camp took its turn last month, I was very eagerly waiting for this trek ever since I had heard from the Indian friends about a trekking destination like this in Nepal. The Everest memory is going to be in memories forever; base camp at the world’s highest mountain is not everyone’s cup of tea. It needs endurance, agility, talent and stability to survive the whole way through, which is what I have learnt from the trek. When the temperature in Rajasthan was touching around 40 degree, I decided to trek to the Everest to take a break from the climate and the city. I read about the reviews before hand and planned everything, initially I thought of going alone, but at the last moment some old school friends of mine joined up, so it was a team of ten heading to the highest peak of the world. Our journey began at Rajasthan, and within few hours we reached Kathmandu, from where we were supposed to be picked up by our guides, we moved on from here to a nearby hotel, as we wanted to fresh up and make ourselves active before the actual trek began, so our first day was a complete rest at the hotel, the next day we went down to explore the Kathmandu valleys and monkey temple, and then by evening we were boarded flight to Lukla, and here finally our trekking activity started, caught a glimpse of this statue on way – Late Pasang Lhamu Sherpa ( the first Nepali women to reach the world top), and then from here we reached to Phakding, here we halted for some time, took a short nap for a couple of hours, and on our guides call we started to trek towards gateway of Everest, Namche Bazaar. Uphill and downhill trek over here was simply amazing, then we had to stop at Jorsale for some legal paper work, which was taken care of well by our guide, crossing the alpine vegetation and suspension bridge we landed at Namche Bazaar, after halting here overnight we started our acclimatizing walk towards the Everest view hotel from where we caught view of various peaks, Kusum Kangaroo, Thamsekru, Amadablam and the gigantic Mt. Everest. Then we trekked to Tengboche, Dingboche, Nagarjuna hill and then towards Lobuche. From Lobuche the final lap of trek to Everest base camp began, after trekking for around three hours I finally made it up to the Everest Base camp. That feel being on top of this Everest was like being on top of the world. Yay! I was waiting for this moment since then to share it with my friends, relatives and other trekking enthusiasts.

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Story by Vaishvi Iyer

 Rated : 5.0

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Not all travel agents would be able to deliver such an amazing service, I am really grateful to my travel agency and to out trekking guide Mr. Thapa who helped us out from start till the end. When I and my girlfriend got an annual break, we wanted to do something that was always in our bucket-list, a challenging and difficult trek to the Himalayas, and then when we read about the reviews of Everest base camp, there wasn’t any looking back. Initially my GF was stigmatic seeing the height of this gigantic trek, but somehow I was able to convince her and then we packed off for their trek with a minimum of clothing and essentials. I had no problem at as my girl friend had put a check list of all the needed things and packed all these, so whenever we needed anything on the way, she would immediately take it without even searching for it (this is one great advantage to travel along with girls, they are more than perfect in all these things). Well then the endless journey of ours began and the next two weeks weren’t just life, it was a meaningful life. I heard that the lodges in the higher altitudes get closed during peak winter, but luckily we didn’t experience any kind of this situation at all, our organizers had planned everything in advance and we also took effort to call out personally and finalize things before we reached there. As we were trailing we could feel ourselves lost in the clouds and it was a great experience to see the beautiful shrubs and trees on all the sideways, again my GF stopped here and there to take selfies (this is bit annoying when you travel with girls, they stop then and there for selfies break), but then I had to acknowledge because the sceneries and the hills were so captivating that even though I am not a photo freak, I too posed for many pictures. Our accommodation was a great place, it was equipped with all the needed things like – room heater, blankets, warm water to bath and delicious food were served on time mainly. But then I had a very minor problem as some shops accepted only the Nepalese currency, so to be on safe side you can carry some extra local currency (in case you are a shop alcoholic), I heard that some guides are too dependent but our guide was too accommodative and unless and until we invited him for a cup of tea, he never used to barge into our privacy. I personally loved the trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche as the whole backdrop was serene, calm and I loved the Rhododendrons mainly. The top of the Namche Bazaar gave a breath taking view of the surroundings which is still waving in front of my eyes. Some treks have the power to change the way you look at life, and surely this trek was one of my kind.

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Story by Buddhana Naik

 Rated : 5.0

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It is not always about travelling to some great place, but it is all about the experience that we get from out tour. This is what I felt after I am now done with my Everest base camp trek, I heard from my colleagues that this trek is a very challenging one, but then I and my school friends decided to give it a try. Even though I have a good trekking experience, my friend was not too much in to it, still we both were eager to take up and make it possible. The Everest is the most sought after destination for trekking enthusiasts, and we were lucky that we got an opportunity to trek to this wonderful mountain peak region. Now talking out about the trek, I and my friend just backpacked some clothing, good quality trekking shoe and started off to this wonderful destination, I had already arranged for the trekking schedule and the itinerary was briefed to us well in advance, the whole trekking journey of 14 days is still in front of my eyes, I am yet to recover from that trance state. We started our journey at Chennai and reached Kathmandu, and then from here we were flown to Lukla to trek to Phadking, the whole way we enjoyed the panoramic view and the beauty of the hills, from Lukla our trekking journey began gradually, with many ups and downs we never faced any problem anywhere, the Guides were not only co-operative but they were entertaining too, they gave us break every now and then, the short suspension that we came across was a great view at Kusum- Kangru. As we trailed through on this base camp trek we came across many villages and rivers. The villagers were very friendly; in fact we were surprised to see that some of the villagers were able to speak good English, they are very eager to help strangers and particularly trekkers, so there wasn’t any fear of getting lost at all, the pathway which we had to go through was full of ridges and trails, initially I was a bit afraid that we may get lost, but as I had said before the villagers are too friendly and they will helped us out with the ways, once or twice we were little behind our fellow trekkers, luckily with the help of the villagers we managed to get back to our team. As we had trekked only last week, the weather was rather clear and we were able to see clearly the snow capped mountains and the flowing rivers. As we were trekking high, we felt it little hard to trek, over here we had to take a small break and energize our body by filling it with local food and drinks that was available almost at every junction. Some of the other trekkers who hadn’t hired guides faced little problem, luckily we escaped such a situation. Overall, I had a very delightful experience and am longing to trek again during this winter.

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