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  • Reviewed March 2017
    Janet Dryden

    Glorious Himalayas- Everest, Mountains and Monasteries

    Having never been to Nepal and having a Base Camp trip cancelled in 2015, we knew we wanted to go but decided to take the pressure off and do a trek without a big self-pressured goal and therefore a bit of sightseeing thrown in with quite a heavy duty trek was a win win result for us. This was the perfect decision.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Though the trip is labelled Everest, mountains and monasteries, for me the Himalayas are truly magnificent and yes we were lucky enough to see Everest but I think the others i.e Ama Dablam, Seven Sisters etc are just as worthy. In addition it has to be said Nepalese people have a very hard life and I was blown away by how hard working they are and how little they have. All very humbling.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader Lakpa Tsheten Sherpa was lovely, he was warm and friendly, he looked after us every step of the way, from asking the chef what was in the Sherpa stew to sorting the bills for dinner to chasing a lost piece of jewellery left behind by a member of our group. On our first night in Kathmandu we went to a restaurant with Nepalese food and cultural dancing which was a great way to get to know other people in our group.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Expect early starts, not many showers and take UK pounds - I took US dollars and of course lost twice when changing money in and out of Nepalese Rupees - you cannot get Rupees in the U.K. and you cannot take them out of the country. We travelled in .March and the tea houses do not have heating anywhere other than the common room where you eat. The bedrooms were very cold and necessitated a woolly hat and lip balm in bed. The higher we went the colder it was. Fill your drinking water bottle with hot water before bed and put it in your sleeping bag.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    It really was an experience and I am so pleased I went.