One for sports and adventure lovers up for a challenge - Makalu Base Camp (5250m) is the world’s 5th highest mountain, and is located 22 km east of Everest and 80 km west of Kanchanjunga. Today, the Bast Camp's exquisite landscapes, wilderness, and abundance of wildlife, has led it to be designated as Makalu Barun National Park and conservation area. During your guided, 18-day trek, you'll venture deep into the Himalayas. Your journey will take you past striking contrasts including waterfalls, craggy rocks, and colourful flowers beneath white snowy peaks, not to mention local villages, and species of animal that you won't find anywhere else!
Day 1: Yangle Kharka (3610m) Day 2: Trek To Seduwa: Enter The Rainforest Day 3: Trek To Dobate (3520m) Day 4: Excursion In Makalu Base Camp (4870m) Day 5: Flight - KTM - Tumlingtar (400m) Day 6: Departure From Kathmandu Day 7: Trek To Num (1505m) - Tumlingtar Day 8: Arrival In Kathmandu (1310m) Day 9: Trek to Makalu Base Camp (4870m) Day 10: Flight Tumlingtar - Kathmandu (1310m) Day 11: Trek To Dobate (3520m) Day 12: Relax Or Sight-See In Kathmandu Day 13: Trek To Kongma La (3562m) Day 14: Trek To Kongma La (3562m) Day 15: Wildlife In Yangle Kharka (3610m) Day 16: Trek To Langmale Kharka (4200m) Day 17: Trek To Seduwa (1530m) Day 18: Trek To Tashi Gaon (2065m)
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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