Hi there! Visiting Nepal early January and looking to do the Poon Hill trek! Any suggestions on booking agencies (to book up front or book on the spot in Pokhara?). Also open for travel buddies if you’re looking to do the same!
Hi guys. I‘am planning a trip in Nepal and I have few questions: Where can I get the permits for Everest Base Camp? Can I get them in Lukla? Can I do this trek alone or better with a guide? Thanks for letting me know and have a good time in Nepal….
It is possible to go from Ghorepani to Chommrong in one day? I already did Poon Hill, so i am not doing that on the same day. And if so, how long would it be. Hard to find information if you don’t add Poon Hill.
I have another question and hope you can be as much help as you were for my last post! We are doing EBC in mid February 2023 (not the ideal time I know) And I’d love to get any advice on what to pack, clothing wise what is best to wear eg ski pants, big jacket and thermals? And also if you bought food as well what you though was a good choice for energy and weight?
Thanks in advance! It’s coming up quickly and I feel underprepared haha!
We are considering hiking Poon Hill, though we want to tack on another week somewhere else, (not necessarily Nepal) after our trek. What are options? We were thinking of Tibet, though direct flights are (for now) are no longer operating. Would appreciate thoughts from the brains trust!
I’m heading to Nepal in December to do yala peak, whilst we’re there were looking to do Everest base camp! Just curious as to how other people have done this? With groups/tours, solo or your own sherpa? Also how long it’s took any of you? I know the timeline for most tours is 14 days but can you do it quicker or? Thanks in advance!
Also I forgot to add, I was also looking at maybe adding the gokyo lakes into the EBC trek! If it’s as nice as it looks/worth it?