School Expedition: Everest Panorama and Chitwan National Park - 16 Days Trip

Trip Code: SEEP
Trip Duration: 16 Days Trip
Max Altitude: 3680m/12073ft
Group Size: Min. 10- Max. 30
Best Time for Visit: Oct to Dec,   Jan to Jun
Activity: School and College Expeditions
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Trip Overview

The Everest Solu Khumbu – home to the famous Sherpa people  - is probably the best known of the Himalayan regions, primarily through its association with the first successful ascent of Mount Everest by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, back in 1953.
This exciting expedition through the Solu Khumbu takes in the highest and lowest reaches of Nepal, from Solu Khumbu and Mount Everest, the world’s ultimate peak, to the Terai and Chitwan National Park, in the flat jungle grasslands of the Gangetic plains.
Following a breathtaking mountain flight from Kathmandu, the trek trails in the footsteps of the first intrepid Himalayan mountaineers, through this predominantly Buddhist region, and you may visit the world-famous monastery at Tyangboche, with its stunning silk hangings and unique artefacts.
Dwarfed by the sheer size and proximity of snow-clad peaks, you trek past rushing whitewater rivers, observing wide, glaciated valleys and passing by Alpine meadows with herds of Yaks, the unique pack animals of Nepal and Tibet.
Khumbu is the ancestral home of the mythical Yeti, and while sightings of this creature are extremely unlikely, there is a strong probability of spotting rare wild animals, such as Blue Sheep, Thar, Red Panda and even a slim chance of seeing a Snow Leopard!
Forests of Rhododendron and Azalea offer welcome shade along the trail, where you may see many birds indigenous to the region and altitude, including bright-plumaged pheasants such as Danfe, with all the colours of the rainbow,  Snow Pigeons and the magnificent bearded vulture, Lammergeier.
After return to Kathmandu for a single night, your next adventure is to visit an area of complete contrast, Chitwan National Park, in the Terai region of Nepal. The main ethnic group in the Terai is Tharu, who are closely related to Indians, and follow the Hindu religion.
Chitwan itself affords a sub-tropical climate, with flora and fauna to match. One of many highlights of a visit here is to share the world of Asian elephants, with a jungle safari, elephant bathing and a visit to the Elephant Breeding Centre.
You will be able to experience something of Nepal’s harmonious and main religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, when you visit Kathmandu’s amazingly preserved, yet living, World Heritage Sites of architectural and cultural interest, including Monkey Temple, Boudanath and Durbar Square, not to mention local outdoor markets teeming with daily life.
There is an opportunity for you to visit two charity projects for disadvantaged children and adults: a daycare centre and informal school, and a women’s skills development project, in Kathmandu. In both cases you will be warmly welcomed to share in daily experiences.
Shopping opportunities abound and there will be plenty of time to buy small gifts and souvenirs of your memorable expedition to Nepal.

Map & Elevation

Altitude Chart

Altitude (Meter)


Day 01 Arrive in Kathmandu and transport to Hotel.
Day 02 Kathmandu World Heritage sightseeing, and preparing for trek.
Day 03 Flight to Lukla (2840m) and trek to Phakding (2610m).

Altitude: 2840m/9317ft

Duration: 4 Hrs

Day 04 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m).

Altitude: 3440m/11286ft

Duration: 7 Hrs

Day 05 Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar.
Day 06 Trek to Thyangboche (3860m) or Debuche (3710m).

Altitude: 3860m/12664ft

Duration: 6 Hrs

Day 07 Trek to Phorse (3810m).

Altitude: 3810m/12500ft

Duration: 6 Hrs

Day 08 Trek to Khumjung (3780m).

Altitude: 3780m/12401ft

Duration: 5 Hrs

Day 09 Trek back to Phakding (2610m) via Namche Bazaar.

Altitude: 2610m/8562ft

Duration: 6 Hrs

Day 10 Trek back to Lukla (2840m) and last day party.

Altitude: 2840m/9317ft

Duration: 4 Hrs

Day 11 Fly back to Kathmandu; Shopping /leisure time.
Day 12 Drive to Chitwan, and transfer to jungle resort.
Day 13 Chitwan
Day 14 End of Chitwan activities and drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 15 Kathmandu; leisure time or optional visit to Jamarko (EPHC and Craft Village), our project in support of disadvantaged children and wider community, and last night farewell.Overnight at hotel.
Day 16 Transfer to airport for international departure.

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Private Group

This style of trip is organized for specific groups of people (families, friends,school and college students, colleagues, business associates etc.), and is closed to outsiders. If you are interested in this particular trip departure date then please get in touch with us.

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This trip departure is open to all. However, if you are interested in this particular trip departure date but want your own private group, then please get in touch with us.

Lodge Based Trip/Trek

This trip/trek is lodge (teahouse) based. All accommodation, including food, is provided in local lodges. Occasionally however, where a large group is concerned we may choose to send our own cook along, as well, to take care of your food hygiene and to cook some special additional items.We provide all necessary documentation, including permits, and arrange all internal transport. We provide trekking guide, assistant guide(s) and porters/animals for transport of your gear. You merely carry a daysack with essentials, including water.

Camping Based Trip/Trek

This trip/trek is camping (tent) based. We will provide one 3-man tent for every two people, also single tents, where requested, on payment of supplementary costs. All food and drinks are provided by our experienced cook and his kitchen team. We provide all necessary documentation, including permits, and arrange all internal transport. We provide trekking guide, assistant guide(s), cook, kitchen crew, food and drink, and porters/animals for transport of your gear. You merely carry a daysack with essentials, including water.

Guide, Accommodation & Porter only

In this trip neither food nor transportation is included. Clients are responsible for food and local transportation, and our responsibility is to provide insured guide, insured porter, and all necessary permits. All additional costs are the responsibility of the clients, including charges incurred as a result of delays or cancellation of services beyond our control. Clients pay for their own accommodation. Any additional costs are the responsibility of the clients, We can arrange hotels and international airport transfer, on request.

Self Guided Budget Trip

This trip is specially designed for low-budget travellers who prefer fairly basic facilities with reduced services. It is a pre-requisite that a porter is hired for any self-guided trip, which is an ideal set-up for those who enjoy independent travel with minimum cost. We have added support to minimise the hard work of planning and costing, and we will be available to help in the unlikely event of an emergency. We will arrange all documentation (including permits), before you arrive in Nepal, so that you are free to get on with your adventure, relying only on your porter to help you on your way. All additional costs are the responsibility of the clients, including charges incurred as a result of delays or cancellation of services beyond our control. Hotel accommodation, local transportation and international airport transfers may be arranged, on request.

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