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About The Blue Space Nepal
We are a co-operative of outdooor guides and coaches specialising in imaginitive inspiring trips for solo or small group travel, on the wild side.
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Tough Everest Trek, 29 Days

The most challenging Everest Trek you can undertake in the Everest region without climbing or mountaineering.

This Everest Trek takes in three base camps, Cho Oyo (5000m), Everest (5380m) and Island Peak, via Renjola pass (5360m), Chola pass (5,420m) and Kongmala pass (5,100m). There is an ascent of Gokyo Ri (5357m/19,216ft) and Kala Patar (5643m). The last pass is Tashi Lapsta (5,755m): you will be acclimatised and able to enjoy the highest accessible trekking of Nepal without climbing. We use rope and crampons for security, but it is trekking not climbing, just a Tough Everest Trek for the daring and adventurous.
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29 days
from $3,622.25

Dolpo Nepal : Bon Monasteries and The Crystal Mountain Trek, 37 Days

Remote Himalaya trekking for 37 days, living in tents and visiting Bon and Buddhist monasteries. This is one of the most outstanding treks in the world. Challenging!
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37 days
from $7,546.35

Lapchi Kang and Milarepa Cave Trek

Remote and wild, Lapchi Kang is unique. full of mystery, high peaks, forest, animals and Buddhist sites. Outstanding!
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13 days
from $1,609.90

Manasulu Circuit Trek, Nepal

Mighty Manasulu (8156m) stands like a timeless sentry between Tibet and Nepal. This spectacular trek circumnavigates the entire massif. As we walk the gentle Somrie Khola river valley, with its Tamang and Chetri villages, we wee sal and pine forests. Next we travel high up the Buri Kandaki river where the small villages are inhabited by Sherpa people. In Sansgoan the people are Gurung, living a Sherpa lifestyle and speaking a Sherpa/Gurung language. The landscape becomes more barren and the only visible inhabitants are the crows and eagles overhead. A fine trip for those seeking an unspoilt, tranquil Himal.
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15 days
from $1,671.81
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Maria Olszewska wrote a review Jul 2019
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Thanks to Ben from The Blue Space Nepal me and a friend of mine had great and unique time in Himalayas. It is very important to plan a trekking. If you have a good plan and you know how to behave you can avoid quite a few problems (many symptoms of altitude sicness included). Himalaya trek was very challenging for me, but thanks to Ben was possible. Thank you Ben for this precious time. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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CLGRodriguez wrote a review Jun 2019
Palma de Mallorca, Spain2 contributions3 helpful votes
What an amazing trek and experience, All I can say completely life changing and recommend it to all. Extremely experienced and knowledgeable guides, one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences, And a great way to realise what you’re capable of, stronger than what we think. Thanks to all at the blue space for the amazing trip.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Jamie H wrote a review May 2019
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From the moment we were met at Kathmandu airport to the moment we departed ourguides were attantative, patient, friendly, and proffessional. The journey itself was life-changing in a very positive way and I can't wait to go back. Thank you to The Blue Space team!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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108przemekk wrote a review May 2019
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Me and my friend did three passes trek in December last year, it was organised and run by Ben of The Blue Space Nepal. Ben knows Himalaya trekking stuff from A to Z, what gear and clothes to take, what permits to get, what weather we should expect, where to stay, what to eat not to get food poison, how to walk not to get attitude sickness, basically everything. If you are looking for a guide, Ben is one you would be fully satisfied with.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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