Day to Day Detail Itinerary
Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
When you land Kathmandu in Tribhuvan Internation aiport, you will be welcomed by a representative from adventure high pass. First we complete your Visa and other custom formalities; you will be transferred to the hotel organized by Great Vision along with your luggage. You then check in and take rest or you can visit our office and hang around as per your interest. You stay overnight at Kathmandu.
Day 2 : Kathmandu Heritage site tour and prepare for trekking
site in Kathmandu which is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. First we visit to Pashupatinath Temple situated in Gausala and banks of Bagmati River where Aryaghat, famous funeral site for Hindus lies. After sightseeing, we visit to Boudhanatha, the Buddhists shrine which is one of the largest stupa in the world. Boudhhanath is one of the holiest Buddhist pilgrimages that include over 50 Tibetan Gompas or monasteries and popular tourist destination. Tour leads to Kathmandu Durbar Square also known as Basantapur holds the medieval king’s palaces who had ruled over Kathmandu Kingdom once. Our last tour will be Swayambhu (the self-existent) which is one of the famous touristic areas where we find large number of monkey population. After sightseeing, we go back to you hotel and you can take rest and stay.Today, we tour to heritage sites at Kathmandu. We start a guide tour from your hotel to four heritage
Day 3 : Fly Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2,652m) 4 hrs
We will take early morning flight from Kathmandu (1400m). There are many flights for Lukla (2840 m). The flight duration from Kathmandu to Lukla is approximately 35 minutes. After we reach Lukla, we take rest for an hour while our guides and local porters prepare for the trip. After an hour rest, our trail begins to Phakding (2610 m).
Day 4 : Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440 m )5 – 6 hrs
From Phakding trail leads to Dudh Koshi River and valley lying to its west bank. Climbing steeply towards Benkar through a rocky ridge, we head to the magnificient forests of magnolia, giant firs and rhododendron which make the trail beautiful to walk in. We climb up to Monjo (2840m) across the kyashar and enter the Sagarmatha National Park lying beyond Monjo. Way to entrance station makes a steep rocky descent where we cross Dudh Koshi River leading us to Namche Bazaar (3420m).
Day 5 : Excurstion around Namche Bazaar
After a hectic day, you need to take rest and prepare for further higher trek. This day will be a hiking day for you where we hike to the villages of Khumjung and Khunde. Our hike start from Shyanboche airstrip via climbing one hour and lead to Khunde where we pass through numerous stone Buddhist monuments. After Khunde, we head east to the large Khumjung village lying at the foot of the sacred mountain Khumbila. We then have lunch and rest for a while then follow to Chhorkung (3540m) and back to Namche Bazaar.
Day 6 : Trek from Namche Bazaar to Khumjung (3810 m) 4 hrs
From Namche, we resume our trek to Syangboche which is the old Airport but have the helicopter service. We can view beautiful peaks between through Syangboche and Khumjung such as Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Nuptese, Thamserku, Kwangde. Kangtega and many more. We then visit Khumjung village at 3790m ( a Sherpa village) where we can see the school and hospital made by Sir Edmount Hillary.
Day 7 : Trek from Khumjung to Tengboche (3,870m) 4 hrs
After experiencing amazing peaks, we head to Sanasa which have a small settlement area. The trail from Sanasa drops to Phunki Thanga then climb up through forests and hills where we find monestary of Tengboche at 3870m. From here we can view inspiring parorama of Mountain giants including Everest, Ama Dablan, Kwangde, Kantega, Nuptse, Thamserku and Lhotse. We will stay in Tengboche village and experience the people’ lifestyle and culture.
Day 8 : Trek from Tengboche to Namche (3,440m) 5 hrs
After close view of Amadablam and Kangtenga mountains we trekking back to Namche.
Day 9 : Trek from Namche to Lukla 6 hrs
We are heading to Lukla today. Mostly drop to the Dudh Koshi river and fallow river to Lukla.
Day 10 : Fly to Kathmandu.
Early morning we take a short flight to Kathmandu with sunrise view of mountain. Have a rest at hotel and afternoon we will drive to Histrocial city Bhaktapur.
We visit 55 window palace Built during the reign of the malla kings in 14th century this palace was late rrenovated by king Bhupatindra during the 17th century. This is a palace with balcony consisting of 55 windows and is also considered as the master piece of art and wood carving. #Badrinath Temple This is a small temple. It lies in the west of Gopi Nath temple. #Gopi Nath Temple This is a two roofed pagoda style temple. It is believed that this temple houses three deities, Balaram, Subhadra and Krishna. But it is very difficult to see thema s the door always/mostly remains closed. #hanuman Statue This is the entrance to national art gallery. Hanuman is also known as monkey god, which usually appears in the form of Tantra. In Hindu Religion hanuman is worshipped for strength and devotion. #Vatsala Devi temple Vatsala Devi temple lies directly in front of the palace. It was built upon a three stage plinth. It was reconstructed by King Bhupatindra Malla in the 17th century. #Erotic Elephant temple This temple lies on the other side of the road, which is just 100m before the entrance way, is a tiny double-roofed Shiva-Parvati temple with some erotic carvings on its struts. One of these shows a pair of copulating elephants, in the missionary position: Kisi (elephant) Kamasutra. After covering the major attraction from Bhaktapur Durbar square we come to Kathmandu where we will be Covering another Wrold Heritage Site #pashupatinath This is a famous sacred Hindu temple which is devoted to Pashupatinath. It is located on the bank of bagmati river. This is one of the biggest hindu temple in the world and probably the biggest in Asia. UNESCO listed this site as world’s heritage in 1979. Pashupatinath is considered as oldest hindu temple in Kathmandu. Nobody actually knows when asupatinath was really built. According to Historians the Temple dates back to 400 BC. The temple is richly ornamented by the holy symbol of lord shiva. There are many legeds describing how this temple came to existence, *Cow Legend *Lichchavi legend *Devalaya Legend There are other more complex stories and beliefs involving how this temple came to existence.
Day 11 : Free day excursion and shopping in Kathmandu.
We have to make one day reserve day for Lukla kathmandu flight. And today we will make walking around the town and make shopping and looking around.