In a standard category hotel (base: double room) in Kathmandu and Pokhara, during the rest of the trip in a tent (3-person tents for 2 people) or in a lodge depending on the trip. The lodges in Nepal are very comfortable random. In general, conditions are quite good around the Annapurnas and the Everest region. On the other hand, in Mustang, in the Manaslu, Tsum valley, and in the region of Kangchanjung or Makalu, they can be very rudimentary to the point of being a dormitory sometimes even a kitchen. lodges can look like a refuge or sometimes a bed and breakfast from home. Most of the time it is a family house with double, triple, or dormitory rooms. Toilets and showers are always separate.
In the cities, many restaurants allow us to discover the typical local cuisine. Meat is scarce in the high mountain, the Nepalese are generally vegetarians. The basic ingredients are rice, pasta, lentils, potatoes, and vegetables. Snacks are included during the trek (cereal bars, dried fruits, etc.).
For camping trek accommodation: during the trek, breakfasts and evening meals are prepared by the kitchen team. They are taken under the mess tent. Depending on the profile of the stages (length of the day’s walk and/or presence of water), midday snacks will be served hot or cold in the form of picnics.
For tea house trek accommodation: meals are prepared by the cooks of the lodge and are taken in the dining room. Here is a typical one-day menu:
breakfast: eggs, toast or chapati, or Tibetan bread or pancakes, or pancakes, butter/jam, tea or coffee
lunch: the main course, tea or coffee.
dinner: soup, main course, fruit (fresh or canned), tea or coffee
NB: Hindus and Buddhists are most often vegetarians. We, therefore, eat very little meat or fish. The dishes are pasta, rice, potatoes, lentils, etc.
DRINKS: during the trek, tea is served with meals (two cups of tea per meal). Additional cups of tea and other beverages, including mineral water, are the responsibility of the participants. You can fill your gourds with water in the lodges, but it is essential to treat them with purifying tablets.
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Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing
Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing Situated at a summit of 6186 meters in the Khumbu region, Kyajo Ri Peak is one of the most fascinating climbs in Nepal. It is regarded as an ancient and isolated peak, almost in the lap of the Himalayas. This legendary peak, Kyajo Ri is located just north of the Namche Bazaar and is considered the highest trekking peak on the southern ridge made up of the Thame and Gokyo Valleys. Kyajo Ri Peak is one of the toughest climbing peaks with an altitude of 6,000 meters.
Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing needs some technical skills to complete successful climbing!
Technically demanding as well as an adventurous climb, the Kyajo Ri Peak Climb is one of the most famous treks in Nepal. The hiking trail is quite tough and challenging for climbers; they must have a proper guide and must be fully trained in the use of a fixed rope, ice screw, Jumar, main rope, and other necessary equipment. A professional and experienced climbing Sherpa guide will help you overcome this challenge. Before going for Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing, climbers will be given a training course, and learn the various aspects of climbing techniques such as ascending and descending in a straightforward climb, using fixed ropes, glacier traversal, and many others.
Best time to climb Kyajo Ri Peak
The best time to climb Kyajo Ri Peak is during the spring season from March to May and the autumn season from September to November.
What does the Kyajo Ri Peak offer?
The Kyjo Ri Peak, lying on the southern side of the Khumbu Himalayan Range that runs through the north of the Namche Bazaar offers you views of peaks including Mt. Everest at 8,848m, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, and other surrounding peaks in the Everest region. Following the moderate hiking trails through the rocky terrains followed by steep ice climbs, we can summit Kyajo Ri Peak at 6,186m in the Everest region.
Outline Itinerary kyajo Ri peak
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu at 1,350m/4,428ft
Day 02: Trip Preparation Day
Day 03: Fly to Lukla at 2,800m/9,184ft. Then trek to Phakding at 2,652m/8,700ft. Flight: 40 minutes, Trek: 3-4 hours.
Day 04: Hike from Phakding to Namche Bazaar at 3,440m/11,283ft Trek: 5-6 hours
Day 05: The Namche Bazaar at 3,440 m/11,283 ft Acclimatization Day
Day 06: Travel from The Namche Bazaar to Mende at 3736 m/12,255 ft. Trek: 5-6 hours
Day 07: Climb from Mende to the Kyajo Ri Base Camp at 4550m/14925 ft Trek: 5-6 hours
Day 08: Rest day at the Kyajo Ri Base Camp
Day 9: Climb from the Kyajo Ri Base Camp to Camp I at 5200m/17056 ft. Trek: 4-5 hours
Day 10: Acclimatization day and rest at Camp I
Day 11: Climb from Camp I to Camp II at 5700m/18,700ft
Day 12: Summit Day and Travel Back Down to Camp II. Trek: 7-8 hours
Day 13: Climb back down to Base Camp. Trek: 4-5 hours
Day 14: Descend from the Base Camp to the Namche Bazaar. Trek: 5-6 hours
Day 15: Travel from the Namche Bazaar to Lukla. Trek: 6-7 hours
Day 16: Fly to Kathmandu.
Day 17: Final Departure
• A visit to the Sherpa Capital; Namche Bazaar.
• Exploration of the historical and cultural sites of Nepal
• A breathtaking flight to Lukla
• Encounter the Himalayan wildlife
• Trails decorated with rhododendron and pine forests and prayer flags
• Breathtaking views of mountains, such as Cho You, Pumori, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, et.
• Experience the warmth of the Sherpa people, and the homely and friendly environment in the Himalayan region.