Our 17-day Everest Base Camp trek has a fantastic mixture of high-altitude trekking and cultural exploration of the renowned Sherpa people. This trip also includes extra time in Kathmandu for sightseeing and a spare day at the end in case of bad weather or flight delays. It will definitely exceed your expectations in every way. With carefully attention to detail, the planned itinerary follows centuries old trails leading through the villages of Namche, Khumjung and the spectacular monastery at Tengboche. Ascending Kala Patthar, at 5643m, puts you at the centre of a spectacular 360-degree panorama of Everest and her siblings. The return route follows quieter trails and passes through villages that are seldom visited allowing you a further insight into local culture and presenting the opportunity to catch glimpses of rare Himalayan wildlife.
Price: £1295 per person.
At 4167m Jebel Toubkal is not only the highest mountain in Morocco, it is also the highest mountain in North Africa. This spectacular trek winds its way through high mountain valleys and passes to arrive at the Toubkal base camp from where you will climb the three highest mountains in Morocco - Ras (4083m), Timzguida (4089m) and Toubkal (4167m).
Prices from £450 per person.
Located in Tanzania, just south of the equator, at 5895m Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the African continent. The Lemosho route starts to the west of Kilimanjaro and traverses the Shira plateau before climbing the Barranco wall and ascending to Uhuru Peak via Stella Point. The Lemosho route is one of the quieter routes on the mountain. Our 8 day itinerary allows plenty of time for acclimatization and has a very high success rate.
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