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About Nepal Nomad Trekking
Nepal Nomad conducts heritage day tours in ancient Kathmandu & the lovely lake city of Pokhara. Our programs also extend to high and wild ventures into some of Nepal's most popular trek zones in the vast Himalayas of the country. We go the mile in ensuring that our guests don't just view tourists' spots from the windows of a coach, but also interact with the local folk and share a meal with them.
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Island peak Climbing Adventures

As Island Peak is graded Alpine 2B, suitable mountaineering experience is necessary. Island Peak is one of the most popular 6,000m peaks in Nepal. On this 3-week trip you acclimatise gradually whilst trekking up the Khumbu Valley, before climbing a lower mountain, Pokalde and then clambering on to Island Peak. For the climb you have the advantage of using a high camp placed at 5,600m, as well as a spare summit day to provide more flexibility. The ascent begins with a scramble up a rocky gully to a ridge where you put on crampons and rope up for the glacier crossing heading towards the south ridge. The route across the glacier is easy-angled, but it can be crevassed in places. From the bergshrund at the base of the headwall, 100m of snow and ice, as steep as 45° is climbed to arrive on the airy summit ridge.
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20 days
from $2,300.00

Everest Three High Passes Trek

On this venture, the aim is clear, the climb goes over 5,000m crossing Renjo La, Cho La, Kongma La passes, and peaking on the summits of Gokyo Ri and Kala Pathaar hike extends to less frequented valleys of the Khumbu by making a beeline for Renjo La and Chukhung this is a tough trek and the stakes are high but the rewards are unimaginable. The Everest High Passes Trek cuts across Everest Base Camp, Kalapatthar, Gokyo Valley and its placid Lakes, Gokyo Ri for breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. Perhaps more than this, this route introduces trekkers to the isolated and virgin Nangpa La Valley, the Sherpa village of Marulung and the monastery village of Thame. Tantamount to this, adventurers tread on world famous routes while crossing three high passes Kongma La (5,535/18,159 ft), Cho La (5420m/17,782ft) and Renjo La (5,340m/17,520ft).
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22 days
from $1,800.00

Everest Circuit Trek

We have two days in Kathmandu to experience one of Asia's most ticking cities before hopping a flight to Lukla, the starting point of our trek. We follow the Dudh Kosi valley to Namche Bazaar and then trek into the Gokyo Valley. The trail ascends gradually and we enjoy a series of short trekking days, to ensure proper acclimatisation, walking beside the moraines of the Ngozumpa glacier and turquoise lakes to reach our lodge in Gokyo.
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22 days
from $1,975.00
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巴baba wrote a review Dec 2019
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A very tough journey but finally succeeded. I am not an experienced trekker with very little knowledge on ice climbing. Climbing a peak over 6000m is definitely a dream to myself. This is all the efforts of Sarba of Nepal Nomad and my climbing guide Sanduk on their flexible and seamless trip arrangement and frequent review of my ability and performance throughout the journey. Sarba clearly described the trip details to me in the pre-climb meeting and Sanduk closely worked with me on all acclimatizations and final attack. The view at summit is marvellous and whole trip is an unforgetable life time experience. Highly recommeded this company to those looking for a wonderful Nepal visit👍.
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Responded Dec 6, 2019
Dear Joe, Namaste!!! Thank you so much for your great review and recommendation about us. We are always more than happy to be hear your adventure stories from the mountain and of your future adventures. Yours sincerely, Sarba for Nepal Nomad
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Madhavi D wrote a review May 2019
Saratoga, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
This is my second trip with Nepal nomad and Sarba. I had done the EBC route alone 5 years back and did it again this time with my two teens. As always, Sarba ( the owner) is extremely conscientious . He was worried about our kids and how they would handle the cold. We received clear and relevant tips on what to do and what not to. Right from the time we booked to the time we returned home, he was always available by all means of communication, took care of things in advance for us and generally looked after our comfort as best as he could given the weather. Since we had booked a private tour, he customized it for us how we wanted it and was very flexible with the itinerary. He is extremely customer friendly, really caring and it’s a pleasure to do a trip with him. His rates are half of the western operators. All my future Nepal trips would be with Nepal nomad. Would really recommend this company to anyone thinking of going there.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Response from NepalNomadTrekking, Owner at Nepal Nomad Trekking
Responded May 21, 2019
Dear Madhavi, Namaste!!! Thank you so much for sharing your great experience with to other traveller. We highly appreciate and thank you. Sharing our local knowledge is our passion with you in the future again and again. Sincerely Yours, Sarba for Nepal Nomad
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Cliff Lee wrote a review May 2019
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My daughter and I had a great time with Nepal Nomad as our host/guide. I don't recall the name of the trip, but it took us up to Phorze and Tengboche - about 7-8 days of trekking. Sarba, Nomesh and our porter were tremendous throughout the trip. We spent a couple of days with Sarba in Kathmandu before heading up to Lukla. The trekking was well-paced, accomodations were good and the food was just what we needed. We loved the tea houses where we would overnight. Lots of people to talk with and share experiences. We were trapped in Lukla for 4 days on the way back due to poor weather. Sarba and Nomesh made sure we had a roof over our heads despite the numbers filling Lukla and got us out on an old Russian helicopter! That was an experience all on its own. Definitely recommend Nepal Nomad!!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Response from NepalNomadTrekking, Owner at Nepal Nomad Trekking
Responded May 20, 2019
Dear Cliff, Namaste!!! Thank you so much for your great review of "Glimpse of Everest Trek". We are always here to share our local knowledge and passion of Himalaya with you. Sincerely Yours, Sarba for Nepal Nomad
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Omkar K wrote a review May 2019
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Had a great time with my family! It was extremely cold but since our equipment was top quality, the experience in the night wasn’t as bad as one would think. The views were amazing and I still remember that feeling at the top of Kalapatr. Overall an enjoyable experience though I recommend to go during a warmer month.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Response from NepalNomadTrekking, Owner at Nepal Nomad Trekking
Responded May 19, 2019
Dear Boveo, Namaste!!! Thank you so much for your wonderful review regarding Everest Base Camp Trek. We are here to be arranged your next adventures. Yours sincerely, Sarba for Nepal Nomad
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Raymond N wrote a review Feb 2018
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We went for the Langtang Yala Peak trek during the Christmas holiday. My friend and I had to make this trek shorter than usual since we both have limited holiday. Lot's of preparations were made before the trip to make that happen and Nepal Nomand was helpful to us. Indeed the 8 days trek were carried out smoothly and we were really tired but very happy with the arrangement. Special thanks to our guide he is an extremely qualified and reliable one. And our porters provided all the luxury available in the mountain, having them cook for us in the Yala base camp is such a charm. It was a wonderful trip.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Response from NepalNomadTrekking, Owner at Nepal Nomad Trekking
Responded Feb 22, 2018
Dear Raymond, Namaste!!! Thank you so much for your wonderful review regarding Langtang Yala Peak during Christmas Holiday. We are always happy to be arranged for your future adventures. Yours sincerely, Sarba for Nepal Nomad
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