Everest Base Camp Trek

Hello

My girlfriend are flying to Kathmandu on April 19th and we will be looking to commence our Everest Base Camp trek 3-4 days following this. Therefore, we are looking at around a 22rd/23th of April start date. We are looking for a guide only and also possibly other trekkers who wish to share the cost of a guide during this time?

We are both in good fitness but are not regular climbers so we would be looking towards a slow – moderate pace.

Let me know if this interests anyone?

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  1. Hi Phil,

    I am from the UK but live in Australia.

    I currently have an amazing guide ready to take us trekking. He comes highly recommended and his prices are great. He also can get all of our passes and permits ready for us to go and can do airport pickup.

    I am hoping to go end of April.
    He has already come up with a brilliant plan. To go up to Gokyo Lakes and then over and across the Cho La Pass and this is a must do apparently as he said it is stunning. Then across and towards base camp.
    He will then take us back down via Tengbuche Monestary which again I hear is stunning.
    He said we are able to alter this as we go. I am wanting to have an experience of a life time but not overspend either.
    I am looking to go for around 16-18 days. My guide recommended 18 as a safety with acclimatising.

    Let me know if you are interested. I would love to trek with others and both being English is even better ha.

    Many Thanks
    Becky

  2. Hi Phil,

    I am from the UK but live in Australia.

    I currently have an amazing guide ready to take us trekking. He comes highly recommended and his prices are great. He also can get all of our passes and permits ready for us to go and can do airport pickup.

    I am hoping to go end of April.
    He has already come up with a brilliant plan.
    To go up to Gokyo Lakes and then over and across the Cho La Pass and this is a must do apparently as he said it is stunning. Then across and towards base camp.
    He will then take us back down via Tengbuche Monestary which again I hear is stunning.
    He said we are able to alter this as we go. I am wanting to have an experience of a life time but not overspend either.
    I am looking to go for around 16-18 days. My guide recommended 18 as a safety with acclimatising.

    Let me know if you are interested. I would love to trek with others and both being English is even better ha.

    Many Thanks
    Becky