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Everest Base Camp Trek stories of the people and the sights on Mount Everest, focusing on those trekking to Everest Base Camp. A blog on the classic Nepal trek to Everest: the adventure, the preparation and the wonderful sights of an Everest trek.

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Latest Blog Posts for Everest Base Camp Trek Blog – Everest Trekking Adventure Stories

  • Mike’s Zanskar Dream Trek
    on Mar 31, 2014 in Office News Trekking Holidays
    Last summer trek leader Mike Ford led our Zanskar Dream Trek in Ladakh, India. He described it as an “absolutely amazing high-altitude trekking experience” and “a wilderness experience par excellence with amazing geological features...
  • Back to Tibet – three spectacular new holidaysAt the Travel Shows earlier in the year we had lots of people requesting holidays to Tibet. Last year there were difficulties getting the required permits and we reduced our offering in Tibet – but now the permit situation has changed we are ab...
  • Highlights of the Cycling Tour of Bhutan
    on Mar 28, 2014 in Bhutan Holidays
    Clients Jane and James have recently returned from our Cultural Cycling Tour of Bhutan. Jane described the cycling as a “fantastic way to see the country, get off the beaten track and have the opportunity to interact with some of the people tha...
  • The Conquest of Everest Film
    on Mar 27, 2014 in Everest Nepal
    We’d just like to share a recommendation that was sent to us by one of our clients who travelled with us to the Everest region last year. Mr S described ‘The Conquest of Everest’ as a “remarkable film that anyone with a love o...
  • Zanskar twig bridge finished
    on Mar 26, 2014 in Himalayan News Office News
    2014 has got off to a great start at Mountain Kingdoms – our twig bridge project in Zanskar is complete! Over the past five years Mountain Kingdoms MD Steve Berry has raised £3,000 to restore a traditional twig bridge in Padum and preserve an...
  • Marathon Fundraiser for SHIVA charity, Nepal
    on Mar 21, 2014 in Himalayan News Nepal Office News
    As well as being passionate about Responsible Tourism as a company, our staff are also dedicated to raising awareness and funds for a range of different charities. We even have our own Responsible Tourism Manager, Niki Morgan. Niki has travelled to N...
  • Mountain Kingdoms funds English lessons for Nepalese SherpasMountain Kingdoms donates £1,250 in 2014 The Fifth Guide’s Refresher Training Course took place in Nepal at the start of this year. From January 26 to 08 February, twenty-five Sherpa guides were given English lessons as well as classes in firs...
  • Bhutan: the greenest country on the planet
    on Mar 10, 2014 in Uncategorized
    Boasting timeless traditions, unique architecture and stunning Himalayan scenery, it’s not as if you needed another good reason to visit Bhutan, but there is one… The tiny Kingdoms of the Thunder Dragon has announced it’s to become the first co...
  • Everest Climbers Clean Up
    on Mar 4, 2014 in Everest Nepal News
    The BBC have announced news that for the 2014 climbing season, starting in April, climbers will have to bring back 8kg of rubbish per person as they descend from the summit. The rubbish collection will be controlled by the Sagarmatha Pollution Contro...
  • How to pack up a bike for a flight – Jim’s top tips!If you are travelling on one of our cycling tours, you can simply hire a bike, but if you’d prefer to take your own bike along on one of our cycling holidays, then you will need to pack it up for the flight. Operations Manager, Jim Davies, has...
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