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Hillary Classical Trek - 17 days

USD 1,825

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Trip Grade Moderate

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Best Season March-May & September -December


Accommodation Hotel/Tea House


Max Elevation 5545 m


Meals Full Board


Transportation Public bus /Flight


Trek Route Jiri-Bhandar-Lukla-Namche-EBC-

Trip Highlights

  • Breathless view of alpine landscapes.
  • Picturesque of the fascinating culture of Sherpa and several ethnic villages.
  • Astonishing views of mighty Mt. Everest.
  • Highly experienced trekking guide, friendly and adorable porters, and spellbound hospitality.
  • Visit the hilltop Tengboche monastery.
  • Witness the stunning viewpoint at Kalapattar.
  • Lifetime Experience!
Private Group Discount Cost
Person(s)Price per Person
1 Pax USD 1825
2 Paxes USD 1510
3 Paxes USD 1473
4 - 6 Paxes USD 1395
7 - 12 Paxes USD 1340
13 - 18 Paxes USD 1250

Trip Overview

17 Days Hillary Classical  Trek starting from Jiri to Everest Base Camp is a high altitude magnificence adventurous trek recommended for trekkers having past experience of high altitude trekking activity. This hard-grade category trek is considered one of the world’s most well-liked trips, a status symbol; offers real dreams for adventure lovers globally. 

The trekkers are highly rewarded with the breathtaking scenery of the thrilling mountains,  Mt. Everest (8848.86 m), Makalu (8485 m), Cho Oyu (8188 m), Ama Dablam (6812 m), and other significant peaks. 

Jiri to EBC (Everest Base Camp) trek follows the classical EBC trail, which was first traversed by historic persons Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953 AD. The trekkers willing to take a longer root usually prefer this root. Unlike other routes, This trail avoids the common pitfall of busier standards.

Once you make it to EBC, you are suddenly filled with reverence for the climbers because they have proved their extraordinary human determination and hardiness by proving it to the mountaintop. Our 17 Days Hillary Classical Trek price range from USD1450 to USD1800.

Day to Day Itinerary

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Day 01

Kathmandu to Bhandar Village (2200m/ 7218ft)

9-10 hrs drive B.L.D Lodge 2200m/ 7218ft

After a long and tiring journey from Kathmandu, you finally reach Bhandar village. As you get down from the bus, you are welcomed by the majestic Himalayas. You take in a deep breath of the crisp Himalayan air and let out a contented sigh. You check into your hotel and retire for the night, excited for the adventures that lay ahead tomorrow.

Day 02

Bhandar – Kinja- Sete (2575m/ 8448ft)

5-6 hrs B.L.D Lodge 2575m/ 8448ft

You’ll be trekking from Bhandar to Kinja-Sete, and it’s going to be a long hike. You’ll be covering a distance of about 15 kilometers, so you’ll need to be mentally and physically prepared.

The trail today is quite varied, with a mix of uphill and downhill sections. But don’t worry, there are plenty of rest stops along the way where you can take a break and refuel. Make sure you drink lots of water, too, dehydration is a real danger in these high altitudes.

You’ll be passing through some beautiful scenery today, so make sure to take it all in. The views of the Himalayas are absolutely stunning, and you’ll definitely want to have some photos to remember this trek by.

Day 03

Sete -Lamjura Pass (3530m/ 11581ft) – Junbesi( 2678m/ 8786ft)

7 hrs B.L.D Lodge 3530m/ 11581ft, 2678m/ 8786ft

Today is a long day of trekking, but it’s definitely worth it! You’ll be hiking from Sete to Junbesi, and it’ll take you about seven hours. The Lamjura Pass is definitely the highlight of the day, it’s 3530 meters high, and offers some stunning views.

Make sure you take your time and enjoy the scenery, because you won’t be seeing anything quite like it again. The trail will take you through forests, meadows, and rivers, so make sure to bring your camera!

Day 04

Junbesi – Rimmu-Taksindu-Nunthala (2194m/ 7198ft)

6 hrs B.L.D Lodge 2194m/ 7198ft

You’re going to be trekking for about six hours today, so make sure you’re well-rested and have a good breakfast. You’ll be hiking from Junbesi to Rimmu-Taksindu-Nunthala, and the route is fairly straightforward.

Your first stop will be Rimmu, where you’ll take a short break before continuing on to Taksindu. From there, it’s a short hike to Nunthala. Make sure you take in the stunning views along the way, this is some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.

Day 05

Nunthala- Jubing- Kharikhola- Bhupsa (2269m/7445ft)

5 hrs B.L.D Lodge 2269m/7445ft

Today, you’ll be trekking from Nunthala to Jubing. It’s a fairly easy journey, and you’ll be covering a distance of about 7 miles. The route will take you through some stunning scenery, so make sure to take the time to enjoy it.

Your lunch break will be at Kharikhola, and then it’s on to Bhupsa for the night. Be sure to set your alarm for an early start tomorrow, as you’ve got a big day ahead of you.

Day 06

Bhupsa-Paiya-Surke-Chheplung (2710m/8891ft)

7 hrs B.L.D Lodge 2710m/8891ft

You’ll be trekking for around seven hours today, so it’s important to pace yourself. The first stop is Bhupsa, where you’ll be able to admire the views of the Himalayas before making your way to Paiya. From there, it’s on to Surke and finally Chheplung. Be sure to take in the sights and sounds of your surroundings, you’re in for an unforgettable experience.

Day 07

Cheplung -Phakding-Monju-Namche(3440m/11286ft)

7-8 hrs B.L.D Lodge 3440m/11286ft

Today is your seventh days on the trek. You’ll be hiking from Cheplung to Phakding to Monju to Namche. The hike should take around seven or eight hours, so make sure you start early.

You’ll pass through some beautiful scenery, so take the time to savor it. Be sure to keep an eye out for Mount Everest, which is just visible in the distance.

Once you reach Namche, you can relax and enjoy the views of the mountains.

Day 08

Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazar

3-4 hrs B.L.D Lodge

Today is another acclimatization day and you will be spending it in the lovely town of Namche Bazar. This quaint mountain village is the unofficial shopping capital of the Everest region, and you will find all sorts of souvenirs and trinkets to take home with you.

Namche is also a great place to stock up on supplies for the rest of your trek. There are several supermarkets, as well as a few small bakeries and restaurants. So be sure to explore all the little nooks and crannies of this charming town!

Day 09

Namche Bazar – Tyangbuche monastery (3840m/12598ft) -Debuche(3760m/ 12335ft)

6-7 hrs B.L.D Lodge 3840m/12598ft, 3760m/ 12335ft

You will be trekking for about 6-7 hours today, ascending from Namche Bazar to Tyangbuche monastery. The route will take you through a dense forest and amazing landscapes, eventually leading you to the foot of the Everest Base Camp. Make sure to take in the sights and sounds of your natural surroundings, as they will be unforgettable!

Day 10

Debuche – Pangbuche-Somare – Dingbuche(4410m/14468ft)

4-5 hrs B.L.D Lodge 4410m/14468ft

Today is day 10 of your Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek and you will be trekking from Debuche to Dingboche. The trekking route will take you through Pangbuche and Somare before you reach your final destination of Dingboche.

You will be trekking for 4-5 hours today, so make sure to take your time and enjoy the incredible scenery along the way. The trekking route is definitely challenging, but it’s well worth it once you reach the top. Make sure to take lots of photos and videos to remember this incredible experience!

Day 11

Acclimatization day in Dingboche

3-4 hrs B.L.D Lodge

Today is your acclimatization day in Dingboche. This is an essential part of the trek, as it allows your body to adjust to the altitude and helps prevent altitude sickness.

There’s no set schedule for today, so feel free to relax and take things at your own pace. Many people choose to hike up to the nearby peak of Nagarjun for some fantastic views of the valley below. Or, you could simply stay in Dingboche and enjoy the tranquility of the village. Whatever you choose to do, make sure to drink plenty of water and take it easy. You’ll need all your energy for the days ahead!

Day 12

Dingbuche – Thukla- Lobuche (4910m/ 16108ft)

5-6 hrs B.L.D Lodge 4910m/ 16108ft

Today is day twelve of your Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek. You’ll be trekking from Dingboche to Lobuche, a distance of about twelve miles. This is a challenging day, with a lot of uphill trekking. But the breathtaking views along the way will be more than worth it!

You’ll start out by ascending the peak of Dugla, which offers some of the best views of the Himalayas in the entire region. Then it’s onwards to Lobuche, where you’ll spend the night amidst some of the most stunning scenery in the world. So make sure to take plenty of photos and enjoy every minute!

Day 13

Lobuche- Gorekhshep(Lunch) -Everest Base Camp (5364m/17598ft) Hike & Back to Gorekhshep overnight

7 hrs B.L.D Lodge 5364m/17598ft

Today is your final day of hiking to Everest Base Camp! You’ll be starting off with a trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep, which will take about six hours. Make sure to take your time and enjoy the incredible views along the way.

Once you reach Gorekhshep, you’ll have some time to relax and have lunch before continuing on to Everest Base Camp. The hike from Gorakshep to Everest Base Camp is about two hours, so be sure to take it slow and savor the experience. You’ll finally reach your destination in the early evening, and will be able to spend the night at the Base Camp lodge. What an incredible accomplishment!

Day 14

Early in the morning hike up to Kalapathar(5545m/18192ft) for the best sunrise view and back to Pangbuche (3985m/ 13074ft)

8-9 hrs B.L.D Lodge 5545m/18192ft, 3985m/ 13074ft

You’ll wake up early on Day 14 to make the hike up to Kalapathar for the best sunrise view. The views from this summit are simply unbeatable, and it’s definitely worth getting up early for! After taking in the views, you’ll head back to Pangbuche for a well-deserved rest.

Day 15

pangbuche- Namche(3440m)

6-7 hrs B.L.D Lodge 3440m

Today is day 15 of your Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek. You’ll be hiking from pangbuche to Namche, which should take around six to seven hours. The trail is mostly downhill, so make the most of it!

You’ll be passing through the villages of Thyangboche, Dingboche, and Pheriche on your way, so be sure to take in the amazing views. And don’t forget to stock up on supplies in Namche; it’s your last chance before heading up to Everest Base Camp.

Day 16

Namche – Lukla (2860m/ 9383ft)

7 hrs B.L.D Lodge 2860m/ 9383ft

Today is your last day in the Everest region, and you’ll be making the journey back down to Lukla. You’ll have a seven-hour trek ahead of you, so be sure to pack plenty of snacks and water. The views along the way are absolutely incredible, so make sure to take your time and enjoy them.

You’ll pass through the villages of Phakding and Monjo, and cross the Dudh Koshi River before finally arriving in Lukla. Be sure to soak up the atmosphere in this charming little town before your final journey home.

Day 17

Fly back to (Manthali Airport) Ramechap or Kathmandu

35 min flight B Hotel Thamel Park

This is it! Your final day on the Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek. You’ll wake up early and enjoy a breakfast of hot tea and biscuits before beginning your descent back to civilization.

The hike back to the airport is long but rewarding, and you’ll be able to reflect on all the amazing things you’ve seen and experienced over the last two weeks. You’ll eventually reach Manthali Airport, where you’ll catch a flight back to Ramechap or Kathmandu.

What a journey it’s been! But don’t worry, we’ll be sure to save the best for last. We hope you’ve enjoyed our Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek as much as we’ve enjoyed leading it.

Cost Inclusion


  • Kathmandu to Bhandar by Public bus
  • Lodge accommodation during the trek


  • All the meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner/ the main course) during the trek


  • Lukla to Kathmandu by flight


  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area permit fee
  • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee
  • Sagarmatha National Park fee
  • Professional English-speaking government license holder trekking guide and require porters (One porter for two clients)
  • Guide, porters, meals, salary, equipment, accommodation, insurance, etc.
  • Sleeping bag
  • Trekking Map
  • First Aid Kit
  • Cookies and Seasonal fruits every day
  • All the government and local Tax

Not Included

  • International airfare
  • Nepal visa fees at Tribhuwan International Airport (15 Days US$30, 30 Days -$50, 90 Days- $125)
  • Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu.
  • All the drinks like tea, coffee, Coke, Fanta, mineral water, boiled water, hot shower, battery charge, desert, etc.
  • Extra accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure or early return from the Trek
  • Your trekking gears.
  • Your travel insurance should include emergency rescue.
  • Tips for guides and porters.

Trekking Information


On the Hillary Classic EBC trail, there are plenty of options to choose from according to your needs and budget. From 5-star hotels located at Namche to basic accommodation in the remote area of Tengboche or Dingboche. Also, consider that at high altitude places like Pheriche or Gorakshep, the accommodation will be limited.


The Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is a popular route for trekkers in Nepal. The trail passes through beautiful scenery, and there are plenty of opportunities for side trips to see local attractions.

One of the most important aspects of any trek is the food. The meals on the Hillary Classical trek are hearty and will provide plenty of energy for the journey ahead. There are plenty of options, including rice, chicken, dal bhat (a Nepali dish made of rice and lentils), and momos (Nepali dumplings).

Meal plans include Breakfast, Launch, and Dinner during the trek and Breakfast only on the non-trek day.

Drinking Water

Drinking water to keep yourself hydrated while trekking. Mineral water can cost the US $ 1-3. Alternatively, you can fill up your water bottles at the guesthouses with boiled water or water purified through a filtration system. Similarly, freshwater streams straight from the Himalayas are also not hard to find while trekking. It is highly recommended carry a drinking water bottle, some chlorine tablets, or water purification agents to perform your water treatment and just to be safe.

Phone Network & Internet connectivity

Before reaching Lukla they have WIFI (can ask password) to lodge and need to Pay $1-2 per device. Above Lukla (Can buy Everest Link Data Card) at every lodge during the trek. Another option is to buy a Sim card and can use data.

The best viewpoint in Hillary classic Jiri to EBC trek

It’s no secret that the Hillary classic Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular treks in the world. And while there are countless amazing viewpoints along the way, there is one viewpoint that stands out among the rest.

That viewpoint is the Kalapathar Summit, which offers an unparalleled view of Mount Everest and the surrounding Himalayas. It’s an awe-inspiring sight that will take your breath away, and is definitely worth the effort of reaching the summit.

So if you’re lucky enough to be trekking in the Hillary classic Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek, make sure to make it to the Kalapathar Summit for an unforgettable experience!

The difficulty of Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek is categorized as a strenuous grade trip. This type of trekking needs a lot of physical effort energy and determination. This is why the trekkers doing this type of trek requires an experience of mountain walking. These treks ascent to high altitudes usually up to 5000 m. They also involve some steep climbing.

Travel Insurance for Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

When you’re traveling on an expedited schedule, as with most trekking vacations, any number of unanticipated circumstances can throw even the best-laid plans into disarray. Travel insurance covers you against unexpected events during your trip such as medical emergencies or getting stranded without access to money.

It also provides secondary coverage for things like baggage theft or damage and emergency evacuation and repatriation costs should something tragic happen while you’re away from home.

Coverage of Travel Insurance for Hillary classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

  • High Altitude sickness
  • Accidents
  • Stolen, lost, damaged, or delayed Baggage
  • Cancellation of Domestic Flight due to an unforeseen natural disaster.

High Altitude Sickness (Prevention) & Acclimatization

High altitude sickness happens when you travel to a high altitude (elevation) too quickly. It doesn’t happen only to hikers and trekkers. Simply visiting a high-altitude location can cause problems for many people. The symptoms happen when your body tries to adjust to the lower air pressure and lower oxygen levels at high altitudes. As far as Hillary Classic Trek is Concerned, Walking a limited distance and proper acclimatization can be preventive measures to get out of it.

What permits does require for Hillary's Classical route?

There are three types of permits that you need for the Hillary’s Classic Jiri to EBC Trek:

  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit
  • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit
  • Sagarmatha National Park Fee

Make sure you have all of the relevant permits in order before embarking on your trek, as failure to have them could result in heavy fines or even imprisonment.

Best time to Travel Hillary Classical route

The best time to do the Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is during the late spring or early fall. This is when the weather is mild and there are fewer crowds.

Why is this trek called Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek?

This trek is called the Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek because it follows the same route that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa took when they became the first people to summit Mount Everest. The trek begins in Jiri, near the capital of Nepal, and ends at the base of Mount Everest. Along the way, hikers will pass through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

Starting & Ending points of Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek

The trek starts in Jiri, located about 190 kilometers east of Kathmandu. After spending a couple of days acclimatizing in the town, the trek begins with a gradual ascent up to the Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar. From there, it’s onward to Everest Base Camp, where climbers prepare for their summit attempts. The trek concludes with a descent back to Jiri.

Local culture & religion in Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek

As you trek through the Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek, you will be able to experience the local culture and religion of the people who live there. You will see their traditional villages, homes, and temples, and you will be able to learn about their way of life.

You will also be able to see the beautiful Himalayas, and you will be able to trek to the top of Mount Everest Base Camp. This is an experience that you will never forget and is something that you will always remember.

Benefits of Choosing Hillary Step Treks (HST)

If you’re looking for the best trekking experience, it’s important to choose a company that is experienced and well-known in the industry. Hillary Step Treks (HST) is one of the most respected and well-established trekking companies in Nepal, and it offers a wide range of trekking options, including the popular 17 Days Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek.

Hillary Steps Trek is a reliable and professional company with many years of experience. We have a team of highly skilled and experienced guides who are passionate about trekking and will ensure that your trip is safe and enjoyable.

A typical day of Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek

A typical day on the Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek will start with a hearty breakfast at the lodge. You’ll then hop on your bus and head to the trailhead. From there, you’ll hike for six to eight hours, stopping for lunch along the way. You’ll end the day with another dinner and a few hours of relaxation at the lodge.

Is drone allowed to take in Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek

According to the park’s regulations, drones are not allowed in the park. They can disturb the animals and also cause safety concerns for both the hikers and the drones themselves.

Is drone allowed to take in Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

So, is it allowed to take a drone in the Hillary Classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek? The answer is: it depends.

Most of the trek is within a national park, so drones are not allowed there. However, there are a few areas where they are permitted. Make sure to check with the local authorities before you go to see if drones are allowed in the area you will be trekking through.

Electricity, Battery Charge & Hot shower in Hillary Classical Jiri to EBC Trek

You will be happy to hear that there is electric power in Hillary’s EBC Trek. However, there is only a limited amount of battery charge, so be sure to save your power for the evenings. There is also a hot shower at the end of each day’s trek. You will be able to rest and relax after a long day of hiking.

Trip Safety

One of the most important things to consider when planning your trek is safety. Here are a few tips to keep in mind:

  • Make sure you are physically fit enough to complete the trek.
  • Stay hydrated and drink plenty of water.
  • Wear sunscreen and a hat to protect your skin from the sun.
  • Avoid strenuous activity during the hottest part of the day.
  • Dress in layers so you can adjust your temperature as needed.
  • Bring a first-aid kit with you and know how to use it.
  • Carry a map of the area and know where you are going at all times.
  • Let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return.
  • Always be aware of your surroundings and be prepared for any situation that may arise.

Equipment checklist Hillary Classical route

Upper Body: –

  • A long-sleeve thermal base layer
  • Trekking shirt
  • Insulation layer
  • fleece jacket
  • Warm Down Jacket
  • Gloves
  • waterproof jacket
  • T-Shirt lightweight


  • Beanie and ear warmers
  • Sunhat & Scarf
  • Headlights with extra batteries


  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Sunscreen
  • Dust Masks
  • Lip Balm
  • Face /Body wipe

legs & Boots:-

  • Trekking Pants two pairs
  • waterproof jacket
  • Trekking boots
  • Sport Shoes
  • Gaiters
  • Crampons (If snow or Ice)
  • Slippers
  • Thermal Leggins
  • Underwear & thick Socks

Essentials Gear:-

  • Trekking pole
  • Sleeping bag
  • Towels
  • Raincoat
  • Water bottle
  • Backpack or Day pack


  • Quick drying towel
  • Toilet paper
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • soap
  • Shampoo
  • Small mirror
  • Nail cutter

Personal accessories:-

  • Money
  • Camera
  • Phone
  • Watch
  • Power bank
  • Extra batteries for the Camera


  • Diary & Pen
  • Books
  • Extra Passport copy and Photos
  • Binocular
  • Firsts Aid Kits

Useful current information

The Jiri to EBC trek is a challenging but rewarding experience.

The trek begins in the town of Jiri, which is located about 190 kilometers from Kathmandu. From there, it winds its way through the mountains, passing through the villages of Namche Bazaar and Tengboche before reaching Everest Base Camp.

The trek can be completed in either 17 or 19 days, depending on your fitness level and how many rest days you take. The trail is well-marked and well-trodden, making it relatively easy to follow.

Check out our guide on the fitness level required for Everest Base Camp to ensure you’re fully prepared for this adventure of a lifetime.

Tipping in Nepal

When it comes to tipping in Nepal, there are no hard and fast rules.

Some people recommend tipping 10% of the total bill, but this is by no means obligatory. Tipping is a personal choice, and you should tip whatever you feel is appropriate.

If you are happy with the service you have received, a tip is a nice way to show your appreciation. However, if you are not satisfied with the service, you are not obliged to leave a tip.

Booking Process & Payment

When you’re ready to book your trek, you’ll need to provide some basic information, including your name, date of birth, passport number, and emergency contact information. You’ll also need to pay the trek deposit.

Last-minute booking

If you’re considering doing the trek last minute, don’t worry, it can be done. However, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

First of all, availability is obviously going to be an issue. There are only a limited number of permits available, and they tend to fill up quickly. So if you’re wanting to do the trek in the next few weeks, you’ll need to book as soon as possible.

Secondly, the prices are going to be higher than if you booked earlier. The operators know that there’s a lot of demand for last-minute permits, so they hike up the prices. But don’t worry, it’s still much cheaper than doing the trek through a tour company.

So if you’re feeling spontaneous and want to do the trek in the next few weeks, go ahead and book it! Just be prepared for higher prices and limited availability.

Responsible travel

When you’re trekking in the Himalayas, it’s important to be a responsible traveler. This means leaving no trace behind and respecting the cultures and natural environments you encounter along the way.

The Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is a wonderful opportunity to experience the beauty of the Himalayas while also respecting the local communities and environment. Make sure to pack appropriately, follow the guidelines set by your trekking company, and be respectful of the people and places you visit.

Tips for Enjoying the Hillary classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

The Hillary classical Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is definitely a bucket-list experience for outdoor enthusiasts. With stunning views of the world’s tallest mountains, this challenging trek is well worth the effort.

Here are a few tips to make the most of your trek:

1. Make sure to pack appropriately. You’ll need plenty of layers to keep you warm, as well as sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses.

2. Pace yourself. This isn’t a race! Take your time and enjoy the scenery.

3. Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol and caffeine.

4. Respect the environment. Leave no trace behind and be mindful of local customs and etiquette.

5. Have fun! This is an amazing opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful scenery on Earth, so make the most of it!

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Travel Year : 2014,2018
Rachael Lim

5 stars ⭐️

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Hari and his team is fun, kind, accommodating and professional. We have 2 great and awesome trips with them. Highly recommended for this awesome team.
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