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Destination: Nepal

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Mary and Eric

Namaste :) Thank you for coming to our honeymoon registry. We will be traveling to Nepal for our big trip and trekking to Mt. Everest base camp. We will fly in and out of Kathmandu and spend 18 days trekking through villages and staying in tea houses on our way to Mt. Everest base camp. We are planning to take the trip in November 2014.

Portland, Oregon Kathmandu, Nepal Chaurikharka, Nepal Khumjung, Nepal Chukhung, Nepal
Day 1: Lunch and sight-seeing in Kathmandu

Day 1: Lunch and sight-seeing in Kathmandu

$200

Day 1 will be a day for acclimatization. We'll likely get in around 1 in the afternoon and will spend some time walking around, trying not to fall asleep at 3pm, and getting excited for the adventu...

Day 2: Swyambhunath Stupa & Durbar Square

Day 2: Swyambhunath Stupa & Durbar Square

$200

Swayambhunath, one of the oldest religious sites in Nepal, dates back to about the 5th century. It is an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley and consists of a stupa, a var...

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu (4,600 ft) to Lukla (9,317 ft). Trek  Lukla to Phakding (8,661)

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu (4,600 ft) to Lukla (9,317 ft). Trek Lukla to Phakding (8,661)

$500

The History Channel has rated the Lukla Airport as the most dangerous airport in the world. The runway is 1,510 by 66 ft with a 12% gradient. The elevation of the airport is 9,200 ft.

Day 4: Trek Phakding (8,661 ft) to Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft)

Day 4: Trek Phakding (8,661 ft) to Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft)

$200

Phakding was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. The primary function of the village is to support the tourism industry.

Day 5: Rest at Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft)

Day 5: Rest at Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft)

$200

Namche is built into the side of a hill and is the main trading center for the Khumbu region. There are approximately 1,700 people living in the village. Namche Bazaar is the gateway to the high Hi...

Day 6: Trek Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft) to Tyangboche (12,664 ft)

Day 6: Trek Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft) to Tyangboche (12,664 ft)

$200

Tengboche is home to an important Buddhist monastery (Tengboche Monastrey) which was built in 1923, destroyed by an earthquake in 1934 and subsequently rebuilt, destroyed by a fire in 1989 and rebu...

Day 7: Trek Tyangboche (12,664 ft) to Dingboche (14,468 ft)

Day 7: Trek Tyangboche (12,664 ft) to Dingboche (14,468 ft)

$200

We'll spend two nights in Dingboche for acclimatization purposes. The village relies heavily on tourists and most of the village is comprised of lodges and tenting areas. Most climbers go to Evere...

Day 8: Short hike from Dingboche (14,468 ft) to Chhkuhung (15,518 ft) and back

Day 8: Short hike from Dingboche (14,468 ft) to Chhkuhung (15,518 ft) and back

$200

Chukhung was traditionally used as a yak pasture with no permanent habitation. Since it has gained popularity as a trekking peak and the Chukhung Valley is a good acclimatization side trip for Ever...

Day 9: Trek Dingboche (14,468 ft) to Lobuche (16,108 ft)

Day 9: Trek Dingboche (14,468 ft) to Lobuche (16,108 ft)

$200

Lobuche is one of the last overnight stops with lodging on the trek to base camp. At this point we are about 93 miles east of Kathmandu, where the magic began. The accommodations are notoriously pr...

Day 10: Trek Lobuche (16,108 ft) to Everest Base Camp (17,598 ft)

Day 10: Trek Lobuche (16,108 ft) to Everest Base Camp (17,598 ft)

$200

The Everest Base Camp is comprised of two base camps on opposite sides of Mount Everest. South Base Camp is where we will be going, and North Base Camp is in Tibet (16,900 ft). You can't actually ...

Day 11: Trek Gorakshep (16,868 ft) to Kala Patthar (18,192 ft) to Pheriche (13,845 ft)

Day 11: Trek Gorakshep (16,868 ft) to Kala Patthar (18,192 ft) to Pheriche (13,845 ft)

$200

Kala Patthar means black rock' in Nepali and Hindi. Although it only has a prominence of 33 ft, this will be our best view of Mt. Everest and the highest elevation we get to on the trip.

Day 12: Trek Pheriche (13,845 ft) to Phortse (12,500 ft)

Day 12: Trek Pheriche (13,845 ft) to Phortse (12,500 ft)

$200

Pheriche used to be primarily a farming village raising potatoes and buckwheat, and keeping yaks. However, now in the summer many of its men are employed by trekkers as guides and bearers It is th...

Day 13: Trek Phortse (12,500 ft) to Namche (11,286 ft)

Day 13: Trek Phortse (12,500 ft) to Namche (11,286 ft)

$100

We'll stop in Namche Bazaar again on our journey back to Kathmandu. This is also about the time we will be salivating over the thought of a burger and a beer.

Day 14: Trek Namche (11,286 ft) to Phakding (8,661 ft)

Day 14: Trek Namche (11,286 ft) to Phakding (8,661 ft)

$100

Continuing our trek back to Kathmandu, we will go from Namche to Phakding today which is approximately 4 hours walking.

Day 15: Trek Phakding (8,661 ft) to Lukla (9,317 ft)

Day 15: Trek Phakding (8,661 ft) to Lukla (9,317 ft)

$200

Slight elevation gain as we head back to the world's most dangerous airport in Lukla. We'll probably be pretty tired at this point, but luckily we can head over to the local "Starbucks" for a pick-...

Day 16: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 16: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

$200

We'll arrive back in Kathmandu where we can cheers to a successful EBC trip with some Everest Beer

Day 17: Exploring Kathmandu

Day 17: Exploring Kathmandu

$200

Day 17 is built into the trip in case we need to adjust our schedule due to weather or acclimatization issues. Here's to hoping all goes well and we (I :) can get some shopping time in Kathmandu.

Day 18: Flight from Kathmandu to PDX

Day 18: Flight from Kathmandu to PDX

$1,400

We say a bittersweet goodbye to Nepal and begin the long journey back to reality, most likely going from Kathmandu to Doha (Qatar) to Portland. Approximately 25 hours later, we are home. Hopefully...

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