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Number of Reviews: 107 Overall score: *****
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Exodus were great

4
I booked this once in a lifetime experience with Exodus in the hope it guaranteed quality and they didn't let me down. Our leader, guides and group were phenomenal. The walking was a little easier than I imagined and the scenery more spectacular, BUT dial down your expectations of the tea houses...they were variable. Some were totally fine, but a couple were barely heated. If you are hardy enough to put up with cold mornings and nights, book this trip without hesitation. I personally had no problems with altitude sickness and I didn't take pills - much of the credit for that must go to the excellent pacing of the guides. It's necessary, but the acclimatisation does drag the walking out over a lot of days and the way down is a literal anticlimax. That said, everyone should make this journey at least once in their lives.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Excellent trip!

5
Had the time of my life on the trek to Base Camp. Yes, it's hard, altitude sickness can hit anyone no matter their fitness levels, but it's also so beautiful and rewarding! I went with Exodus because of the reputation and other reviews on here, which are pretty accurate. Or guides were first class, all local Nepalese people who knew the lodges and terrain inside out. They were funny, kind, caring and helpful. I couldn't have asked for much more, they well and truly delivered - most of the time the pace was good, and the would tell us what to expect in terms of each day's trek. Take lots of warm clothes though! It can be FREEZING at night!
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp -Nov 2016

5
Amazing trip of a lifetime. We were very lucky with having blue skies and sunshine for the whole 2 weeks. The scenery was fantastic - you get a crick in your neck as you are continually looking up in awe at these mountains.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

A Whole New Perspective

5
From landing in Kathmandu to submitting Kala Pathar and visiting Everest Base Camp, my view of the world constantly evolved throughout my two and a half weeks in Nepal. Exodus' team could not have been more hospitable and the sherpas always willing to help or simply have a chat meaning that not only did I leave the country filled with a huge sense of accomplishment, I also felt that I have learnt a great deal about the Khumbu valley, its people, traditions and, of course Everest itself. The Himalayas have to be one of the most beautiful areas of the world and this trek affords you the opportunity to really experience the difference that 3000m can have on the landscape and climate from landing in the densely vegetated Lukla before trekking through Alpine-esque foothills and ultimately to the barren and terrific wasteland of rocks and ice that is Everest Base Camp. This trip has given a whole new perspective on the world and I will never forget such an incredible experience.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp 2016

5
It's two weeks since we got back and already have the adventure blues! And what an adventure it was! To be so close to the top of the world!! To say I was excited was an understatement and even counted the "sleeps" to Base Camp. You run out of adjectives to describe the beauty of the Himalayas, the sky, snow, blue glaciers, clouds, the air, I was in love with it all....and so miss it.
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