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Number of Reviews: 96 Overall score: *****
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Nov 15

5
Wow what a trip ! SO well organised with amazing leader and superb staff. It's not a simple 'walk in the park' - the fitter you are the better but it is well within the capabilities of most people. If you are thinking about doing this trip - you should do it NOW The views are amazing. The people and their culture you will meet along the way are amazing and the way Exodus have set up and organised the trip is amazing
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp

5
With only 24hrs to go before we were due to depart the UK Foreign Office were still advising against all but essential travel to the trekking regions of Nepal. My son and I were determined to go and with real efficiency Exodus delivered the trek with great communication in just 24 hrs. We were not disappointed! The trek was simply superb, the scenery beyond description and the personal achievement a real buzz, not an easy trek but one that I would not have missed. Or guide, Jangbu Ang, was extremely knowledgeable and experienced, he had summited Everest three times, knew every peak, described every climbing route, explained the culture and religion and perhaps most importantly managed our walking speed so as to ensure that altitude sickness was never a concern to us. We played cards and pool with him and our porter, Ang Cady, undoubtedly the "coolest dude" on the trek, and they let us win occasionally. Although our group consisted of just my son and I we rapidly met others on the same route and established a camaraderie that enabled all to get to Base Camp and ensured a celebration in both Lukla and Kathmandu.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp - Trip of a lifetime!

5
Words cannot describe how amazing this trip is...if you have even a tiny inkling to go, do not hesitate. Every single day, without exception was amazing; the mountains are floor to ceiling, vast and beautiful. It is not your average walk in the park, to get views like this you have to work hard for it!
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Base Camp Everest climb

5
This trek was an awesome, amazing and fun adventure. It was made even more great by the friendly travellers from around the world that we kept meeting on the way and back. Our guides were more than amazing and really made the trip for us helping us every step of the way and guiding us through the paths. It was an adventure of a lifetime.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp January 2015

5
A truly fantastic trip to a beautiful part of the world. The extreme cold at night was manageable with a good sleeping bag supplemented by blankets/duvets provided by the teahouses and was compensated for by the fact that the trail was quiet, though by no means empty. Daytime temperatures were fine and at all but the highest altitudes we were normally walking in a baselayer and fleece by mid-morning. It was, however, very cold once the sun went down, although the teahouses did have stoves in their common rooms. In some, there was no running water and the squat toilet had to be flushed by bailing with a jug out of a barrel, having first broken the ice! But we soon got used to this and the benefits of clear days, a quite trail and stunning views more than made up for any hardship.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp

5
12 days of trekking (with a couple of days in Kathmandu on the end) in the Himalayas, walking from Lukla, where we flew to, to Everest Base Camp. The accommodation was teahouses, similar to youth hostels, where you order your food from the menu and the family that owns the teahouse will then cook it for you. The walking probably averaged about 6 hours per day, with stunning views of the Everest Range. Weather was very clear, perfectly mild in the daytime but cold at night!
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp January 2015

5
Excellent trip well organised and going in January meant trail and teahouses very quiet. In many cases we were the only occupants of the teahouse. Nights cold but not a problem with down sleeping bag and blankets. Walking temperatures fine and trail largely clear of snow and ice.
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