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Karma Eco Adventure

Kathmandu, Nepal
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Karma L wrote a review Jan 2019
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Was one of the most memorable and beautiful trek I ever had thank you karmaecoadventure and the team
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Xabier Garcia de Albeniz wrote a review Nov 2018
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I got dragged to this one by my brother, without really knowing the details. I consider myself a seasoned traveler, and what a nice surprise. We spent 10 days trekking through the Lantang valley. The first three days were through non-touristic routes, which was a truly enriching experience: the little towns where we slept were some of our porters and guides’ home towns. Their families received us like part of the community and it was a great opportunity to get to know their culture. The second third of the hike went through Laurebina pass, 4500 m high. Truly amazing, some attitude adaption needed, but it is ok if you exercise regularly. The last third of the hike was the easiest and most touristic, through Lantang. More facilities and more people, but truly amazing. Finally, back to Katmandú via helicopter. After the trek, we spent some relaxing days in Katmandú, Bhaktapur and Nagarkot. I will end with the most important part of the review: the guide and porters that spend 10 days with us in the mountains. Besides organizing all the details very efficiently (not a single hiccup during the whole trek), they were charming, candid, and truly good persons. Spending these days with them in the mountains has been a blessing. If you have the opportunity, this is a great trip to do.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Mikel Lucas G wrote a review Nov 2018
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I had a really nice time! everything was very good organized and the guides were very kind to us. we met many local people and enjoyed their traditions. we had a great time trecking, visiting and dancing!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Inspire57180844578 wrote a review Nov 2018
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Best way to visit this wonderful country! They are so friendly and kind to us! They treat you as part of their family and you really get to know the culture and traditions! :) Definitely I would repeat with them!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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ppeter2018 wrote a review Oct 2018
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First part of the trekking from Shyabru Besi over the beautiful Langtang valley to Kyanjin Gompa. Many new lodges were built after the earthquake in 2015 espescially in Langtang and Kyanjin Gompa with rooms with toilets and showers. Everywhere very nice and friendly nepal hosts. Two nights in Kyanjin Gompa for better acclimisation and hiking to Tsergo Ri (4.984m). Next day trekkiing to Gangja La High Camp (4.800m). Building up the tents before sundown, it got soon very cold and is was difficult to find water, but the guide and the porters did all their best and carried water from a little bit far away glacier! Early morning get up to reach Gangja La, It took about 4 hours to reach the pass because of the height and the path (sometimes great blocks of stones). Before the pass is a ladder (20m) which must not be used because there is also a path beside and chains where to hold on. But the pass was amazing.Only a little bit of snow and therefore no use of crampons. Porters had been very tuff during carrying our luggage over the pass. We've tried to go as far as possible in direction to keldang to shorten the way Keldang - Tarkeghyang on the following day. Therefore building up the tents when it was almost dark (4.350m). Again it was not easy to find a place to stay overenight where also was water (long trekking day with about 11hours walking) But also here our guide found a nice place. Again very cold overnight. But we've been served with tea and food also when staying in our tents. Next trekking day to Tarkeghyang with many ups and downs before reaching Thoro La, the last pass. Then take care at the crossing sign, you have to choose the way over Aama Yangri, (and not the dangerous way around Aama Yangri). This was also a very long day until reaching Tarkeghyang! The whole part from Kyanjin Gompa to Tarkeghyang was hard trekking but with a absolutly nice landscape and maybe the most quiet trekking we've ever made! Last trekking day was from Tarkeghyang over Sermathang to Baruwa Village through Rhododendron forests and fields of millet.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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