Everest Base Camp Trek

Helllllo! My names Alex and I’m 25 years old, looking to trek Everest base camp. I have some experience and am in… decent shape. I’m currently living in Thailand teaching English. I’ll be flying to New Delhi after the 16th of April, spending a few days there and then flying to Kathmandu. I would like to spend 14 or so days on the trek but do t want to get stuck with an uncomfortable group, you know? I’m very open minded and beyond excited to do this trek. Msg me if you’re interested in finding a guide, group or company together, or you already have one I could join or that you’d highly recommend 🙂 Thank you !!!!

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  1. Hi, Alex its Vivek here from Delhi I am Planning for Pin Parvati Pass trek Himachal Pradesh India on the first week of June, It is one of the most wonderful and adventurous treks covering 105km with Height of 5435m, I am going independent by just hiring porter
    we are now 2 people one from Argentina, he will join me just after finishing his EBC trek Nepal in may, we are looking for 1 or 2 more people to join us
    let me know if you wanna explore this Adventure
    cheers Vivek
    Hey, Alex I also wanted to know how its there in Thailand as teaching English either in NGO as a volunteer or in any private school, as I am planning my next tour to Thailand in last of this year. currently, I am teaching English in Delhi
    thanks

  2. Hi – im Liam from the UK currently in Kathmandu on a medical elective. I’m looking to trek EBC via the Gokyo valley and Cho la pass, returning via the standard EBC which adds a few days onto the route but adds a lot more in terms of views etc. I’ve provisionally booked flights with a company called save himalaya who have great reviews on trip advisor and offered me a price if around £850 including all flights, permits, guide, accomodation and food etc. It would be great to have someone to share the experience with and if we were to go as more than one. Let me know if you’re interested and I can tell you more!