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Sherpaland Trek

Sherpaland trek is a tenttrek in a remote part of the famous Everest region in Nepal. This area is less famous and high than Solo Khumbu but therefore also less visited by tourists and it offers great mountain views on the huge mountains of the Everest region, interesting Sherpa villages and friendly local Sherpa people.

 

 

Trip Level:

Easy

Destination:

Nepal

Max Altitude:

4577

Starts At:

kathmandu

Ends At:

kathmandu

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Kathmandu, arrival
Day 02: Kathmandu - Dolakha (by bus)
Day 03: Dolakha - Shigati
Day 04: Shigati - Marbu
Day 05: Marbu - Honobu Base Camp
Day 06: Honobu Base Camp - Honobu La (4577m) - Yak Kharka
Day 07: Yak Kharka - Khahare
Day 08: Khahare - Shivalaya
Day 09: Shivalaya - Jiri
Day 10: Jiri - Kathmandu (by bus)
Day 11: Kathmandu, Departure

Day 01 Kathmandu, arrival
Day 02 Kathmandu - Dolakha (by bus)
Day 03 Dolakha - Shigati
Day 04 Shigati - Marbu
Day 05 Marbu - Honobu Base Camp
Day 06 Honobu Base Camp - Honobu La (4577m) - Yak Kharka
Day 07 Yak Kharka - Khahare
Day 08 Khahare - Shivalaya
Day 09 Shivalaya - Jiri
Day 10 Jiri - Kathmandu (by bus)
Day 11 Kathmandu, Departure

Cost Include

  • Airport pickup on arrival at Kathmandu airport by private coach
  • Airport departure drop off at Kathmandu airport by private coach
  • 2 Nights accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Accommodation during trekking in lodges / tea houses
  • Bus Kathmandu - Dolakha
  • Bus Jiri - Kathmandu
  • English speaking experienced guide (trained by Ministry of Tourism)
  • Porter(s), generally 1 porter for 2 pax (max 12 kg per person)
  • Food, salary, transportation, accommodation and insurance for our Nepali staff 
  • TIMS (trekking registration card)
  • Everest region trekking map
  • Service from our office in Kathmandu, Thamel

Cost Exclude

  • International flight to and from Nepal and airport taxes
  • Vaccination and Nepal visa
  • Meals and drinks
  • Personal insurance and other personal expenses
  • Tips for trekking staff (tipping is expected)
  • Any extra cost due to delay because of road condition 

Trekking Equipment Checklist

The weather can be cold, unpredictable and challenging while in the mountains. Hence the travelers need to be prepared to cope up with the weather. While you can take the different kind of equipment to make things comfortable for you, there are some basic things that you must carry with you for completion of the trek in comfortable manner.

Sun Hat
Fleece/Wool hat that covers ears
Sunglasses
Scarf to cover face (dust/wind)

Upper Body:
At least 4 pair of T-shirts
2 lightweight thermal tops
2 Merino/Fleece long shelve tops
Water and wind proof shell jacket
Down Jacket
Raincoat (Poncho)

Lower Body:
Under garments
Hiking shorts
Lightweight walking pants
Light weight thermal leggings
Fleece or tracksuit pants
Water and wind proof pants

Feet:
At least 4 pairs of  thick warm wool hiking socks
Hiking boots (with spare laces)
Walking sneakers
Sandals
Walking poles (Walking Stick)
Hands:
Lightweight fleece gloves
Water and wind proof gloves

Note: Sleeping bags come handy in case of difficult circumstances. We recommend every trekkers to take one with them while on the mountains. You can bring your own or it can be hired here.