Everest base camp trekking and fly out by helicopter

Start: Kathmandu International Airport Finish: Kathmandu International Airport

Visiting: Kathmandu, Nepal


Duration: 11 Nights

Physical rating: High

Special diets catered: Jain, Vegans, Meat, Vegetarians, Halal, Gluten intolerant

Tour Operator: Responsible Adventures

Group size: 4 - 12

Age range: 6-75

Tour operated in: English


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Tour Overview

Let our team make this a memorable and value-added experience for you with the best Everest Base Camp trek. Your expert trek leader will fulfil your quest for knowledge about culture and history. At the same time, our trekking chef will serve you food that uses superfood as ingredients to help you get the best nourishment to help achieve this goal. These “Outside the box” experiences will help you achieve this bucket list adventure. We provide you with the best chance to make it to Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar with our added wellness factor, making this the best trekking experience there is. The itinerary has been designed to offer the best experiences by adding the wellness factor. We are the first and so far the only trekking company that provides this service in the whole of the Himalayas. We strive to do things uniquely different from other trekking companies. We have chosen lodges with character yet are less busy, owned by interesting people, and in locations away from the villages’ bustling areas. You will be returning to Kathmandu on day 11 by helicopter from Kalapathar.

Highlights

  • iconYour food is prepared with superfood as ingredients to give the best nourishment, recovery, and acclimatization to high altitude for our gourmet trekking adventures.
  • icon Experience the Himalayas in style.
  • iconYour private social bubble by staying in less busy lodges and trekking away from the crowded trails where possible.
  • iconOur expert trek leader will ensure your safety at all times while enhancing your trekking experience.

Places You'll See

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Cities & Attractions:
Trekker at Tengboche monastery.
Trekker at Everest base camp in December
Mount Pumori.
Trekker at Tengboche monastery.
Everest is over there.
Sherpani lady with a trekker.
Tengboche is a great place for panoramic scene.
Amadablam peak.

Itinerary

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icon Day 1 : Arrive in Kathmandu

Location: Kathmandu

Accommodation: Boutique Hotel

Meals: Dinner, Welome

Arrive in Kathmandu to be received by your trek leader and transferred to your hotel.

icon Day 2 : Morning walking tour of Ason (an old spice market) and the ancient Durbar Square (palace).

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Morning walking tour of Ason (an old spice market) and the ancient Durbar Square (palace). We have lunch, and in the afternoon, we take a 4-5 hour drive to Manthali to stay overnight to catch an early morning flight to Lukla (2,840m) the next day. Note: You can buy a seat on a direct helicopter flight at an additional $350 per person to avoid the 4-5 hours drive to Manthali.

icon Day 3 : We fly to Lukla in the morning. Depending on the time we arrive in Lukla, we will do a longer hike of 5 hours to the village of Monjo.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We fly to Lukla in the morning. Depending on the time we arrive in Lukla, we will do a longer hike of 5 hours to the village of Monjo. If we arrive in the afternoon, we will trek for 3 hours to get to Phakding village. Overnight lodge. 2,650m. 3-hour trek. We have two options because the flight to and from Lukla depends on the weather. The weather can cause delays in the flights.

icon Day 4 : We trek to Namche Bazaar (3,441m). (3.5 hours walking from Monjo or 6 hours from Phakding).

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We trek to Namche Bazaar (3,441m). (3.5 hours walking from Monjo or 6 hours from Phakding). Overnight lodging. We enter Sagarmatha National park at Jorsalle in the morning. We have about a 90-minute hike with a mixture of undulation (of the Himalayan scale) before we have a 2-hour steep climb to Namche Bazaar. We stay in a lodge above the bustling Bazaar area for “Social Distancing.” This lodge is owned by L.S Sherpa, a conservationist, and a photographer. He also runs the Sherpa Cultural Museum and the Everest Documentation centre.

icon Day 5 : We trek to Khunde and Khumjung.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We go to the National Park Headquarters for the views of Mount Everest and other surrounding mountains before we return to the lodge for breakfast. We take a steep uphill hike to the village of Khunde, where Sir Edmund Hillary built the first hospital, and on to Khumjung village, to see the school also built by him, and the Monastery with the Yeti scalp. Kunde and Khumjung villages are located in a broad valley below Mount Khumbila (the Sherpas’ protector deity). We spend the night at Khumjung village. Not many trekkers stay in this village. 3790 meters.

icon Day 06: We have an ascend as we leave Khumjung village. We continue to go 'off the beaten path' toward the village of Phortse for lunch.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We have an ascend as we leave Khumjung village. We continue to go ‘off the beaten path towards the village of Phortse for lunch. We hike up steadily to a small pass called Mong-La, with a cluster of small tea houses. We have a 350-meter drop to Phortse Tenga, and a 200-meter ascend to Phortse village. We might be able to see Danfe Munals (Impeyan Pheasants), Nepal’s national bird, on the trail. We will get a different vista of surrounding peaks from this village. It is home to the Khumbu Climbing Centre. The indoor climbing building was inaugurated on 13th June 2019. It is where the Sherpas and other indigenous Nepalese have learned essential climbing skills since 2014. The hike to Pangboche is a series of ups and downs on an exposed but wide trail. It generally takes about two and a half hours (or longer with photo stops) to reach Pangboche. We stay at a long time friend’s lodge. His lovely dining room is like a mini mountaineering museum with oxygen bottles, goggles, wooden boxes from the Tenzing and Hillary’s 1953 Everest Expedition, and artefacts from later expeditions. We descend to the confluence of Imja Khola and Dudh Koshi Rivers. We have a two-hour steep climb from here until we reach the Thyangboche Monastery. We will aim to have a long walk in the morning and stop for lunch at Thyangboche. We spend some time looking at the most crucial Monastery of the Khumbu region. Many mountaineering expeditions used to get blessed by the Reincarnate Lama Ngawang Tenzing Jangpo (he passed away on the 9th October 2020) on their way to the base camp. We continue our trek to Pangboche via the Deboche Nunnery. We avoid staying at this bustling Thyangboche area and help bring income to places where fewer trekkers spend the night. We stay in a lovely lodge owned by our old friends. The dining room of the inn is like a museum of the bygone climbing pioneers. A.T Sherpa has a collection of oxygen cylinders, wooden boxes, goggles, and ice axes from the 1953 Everest Expedition.

icon Day 7 : We hike up to the less trekked base camp of the most beautiful mountain in this region - Amadablam after breakfast.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We hike up to the less trekked base camp of the most beautiful mountain in this region – Amadablam after breakfast. It is a three-hour trek to Amadablam Base Camp (ADBC). The panoramic views of the surrounding peaks will reward your tiredness as you climb higher. You might be able to see mountaineers campsite during the autumn climbing season. Our team will serve you with the packed lunch which they carried from the lodge at the Amadablam base camp. We will head down to the village after lunch. It usually gets windy in the afternoons. Your trek leader will remind you to pack layers of clothing and a windproof jacket. Our team will make a good meal with superfood as ingredients to recover from your excursion. It will also give you all the nourishment you need to get ready for the coming days’ higher altitudes. Five-hour hike.

icon Day 8 : We have a short trek to Dingboche 4,320m. 3-4 hour hike.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We have a short trek to Dingboche. Despite being a short hiking day, you will be taken towards Nakardzong Ridge for acclimatization. The previous day’s hike up to ADBC and above 4500 meters in the afternoon plus our specially prepared meal with superfoods should get you well acclimatized to this altitude and energized. Overnight lodge (3 to 4 hours walking).

icon Day 9 : Trek to Lobuche 4920 meters. 5-6 hours.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We have a short 20-minute uphill walk to a Stupa with stunning 360-degree views of Mount Makalu 8481 meters, Lhotse 8501, and other ‘smaller mountains (in Himalayan context). We have an undulating hike for two to two and a half hours with Mount Taboche 6542 meters and Cholatse 6440 meters on our left before crossing the Khumbu river to stop for lunch at Thuglha 4620 meters. We have a steep climb of 45 minutes to the top of Thuglha, where there are numerous memorial “Chortens” in honour of those who perished on Mount Everest. The final stretch of a gentle uphill trek to Lobuche 4900 meters takes about 90 minutes. Overnight lodge (5-6 hours walking).

icon Day 10 : Trek to Everest base camp and return to Gorakshep 5180 meters. 6-8 hours.

Location: Nepal

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today is the day for most people to achieve this bucket list wish of being at Everest base camp. We start by hiking on undulating terrain for about 45 minutes before ascending to Gorakshep-La pass. We spend the next two and a half hours walking next to a lateral moraine in a series of ups and downs. Don’t forget to stop and look up at the awe-inspiring vista of Himalayan Peaks around you while sipping your water – rehydration is essential at all times. We arrive at Gorakshep 5180 meters after about three and a half hours since leaving Lobuche. Some trekkers have a fast and early lunch to continue to EBC. Our staff will bring packed lunch for you to eat at EBC or whenever you feel hungry. It would help if you were very attentive as the trail is narrow and slippery in some places. Stand on the ‘safer’ side of the path when allowing other trekkers to pass through. It takes about two hours to reach EBC. We will stop to observe, absorb, contemplate, and of course, take lots of photos for remembrance at EBC. And overnight lodge at Gorakshep (5,120m) The return journey back to Gorakshep should take about 90 minutes. Most of us will be very tired after this long day of hiking, an adrenaline-filled day of adventure. You will probably have dinner early and go to bed soon after.

icon Day 11: Fly back to Kathmandu by helicopter.

Location: Kathmandu

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast

We have a 30-minute hike towards Kalapathar, where the helicopter can land to pick you up. We will be flown down to Lukla. The helicopter will refuel and fly us back to Kathmandu.

icon Day 12 : International departure.

Location: Kathmandu

Meals: Breakfast

You will be brought to the airport 3 hours prior to your international flight departure.

What's Included

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    Meals – Breakfast Only

    Breakfast only while in Kathmandu.

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    All Domestic Transportation (including internal flights)

    You will be met and picked up from Kathmandu domestic airport

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    Meals – Full Board

    Breakfast, lunch and dinner while on the trek.

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    Book this Nepal trek and get a complimentary one-hour Trekkers' massage after the trek is over. The masseuses will be from a marginalized community. This is part of our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

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    Fully Guided

    Expert Trek leader will accompany you throughout the tour.

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    Entrance Fees

    All entrance fees and permits are included.

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    Drinks with Meals

    Hot drinks with every meal. Filtered and alkalized drinking water.

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    Free Wi-Fi at Accommodation

    Free wi-fi at the Hotel in Kathmandu

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    Local Taxes

    All taxes are included.

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    Airport Transfers at Destination

    All airport transfers for your arrival and final departure are included.

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    Accommodation

    Boutique Hotel in Kathmandu.

What's Not Included

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    Tipping and Gratuities

    Suggested tipping and gratuities 10% of the tour cost.

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    International Travel

    International airfare is not included.

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    Country Entry Visas

    Nepal tourist visa fee is not included.

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    Drinks with Meals

    Bottled and alcoholic drinks.

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    Meals – Half Board

    Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Optional Extras

  • Helicopter charter

    Charge of US$4500 for the return Helicopter flight – to be divided between up to 5 passengers.

Your Peace of Mind Options

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    Responsible Adventures requires a deposit of 500 USD to secure a place on this tour, and the final balance is not due till 7 days before departure..

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    All payments to TourHub are deposited into an externally regulated Trust account.


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Reviews

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Excellent from beginning till the end.
From the initial planning to the final details, Raj, the owner of Responsible Adventures, was attentive and responsive to our concerns and questions. His staff were outstanding! It was a ....more From the initial planning to the final details, Raj, the owner of Responsible Adventures, was attentive and responsive to our concerns and questions.

His staff were outstanding! It was a wonderful trek.

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Mary Hassard

26-Mar-2021

Mardi Himal Wellness trekking - beyond our wildest dream.
Raj and his team at Responsible Adventures made our 10-day trek to Mardi Himal an exceptionally enjoyable one. Everything was well-taken care of, from ensuring that we got picked up ....more Raj and his team at Responsible Adventures made our 10-day trek to Mardi Himal an exceptionally enjoyable one.

Everything was well-taken care of, from ensuring that we got picked up and dropped off at the airport safely, to helping us with our equipment rentals.

Raj spoke excellent English so there were no issues at all corresponding via emails before the trip, and talking to him throughout our trek.

His amazing team of porters and trekking chef, Sundar, also made our trek a truly fuss-free one.

They always made sure that we had adequate filtered water throughout our trek; and that our bags arrived at our next destination, inside our accommodation rooms all ready for us to wash up and change out of our trekking “uniforms”.

Food was the least of our worries as we had a professional trekking chef on hand, ready to cook us delightful meals every night; we were definitely the envy of everyone else at the tea houses as we had buffalo green curry, sushi, spaghetti carbonara, Korean-marinated chicken with lettuce leaves (and a whole lot of other food), while the rest of the trekkers were stuck with familiar tea house staples.

Overall, a very memorable trek, with an excellent team of professionals.

Thank you Responsible Adventures! ; ....less
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Samantha Kang

26-Mar-2021

A great trip to Nepal
Raj arranged a fantastic trip for us looking after every detail including providing meals on trek tailored to our needs. I have known Raj for many years, he is reliable, ....more Raj arranged a fantastic trip for us looking after every detail including providing meals on trek tailored to our needs.

I have known Raj for many years, he is reliable, friendly, well established in travel industry, he speaks excellent English and is a mine of information, I highly recommend both him and his team.

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Sarah Wright

26-Mar-2021

First class trekking
We have been lucky enough to travel with Responsible Adventures on 2 separate trips, our first being the Gokyo Lakes and Everest Base Camp Trek and the other to the ....more We have been lucky enough to travel with Responsible Adventures on 2 separate trips, our first being the Gokyo Lakes and Everest Base Camp Trek and the other to the Langtang and Gosainkund Treks.

We selected the deluxe option on both trips and were not disappointed.

Everything was taken care of including the supervision of our food at the tea houses and the selection of the best rooms available.

On both treks we had Chandra take care of us, his attention to detail was outstanding, including handmade sushi rolls and freshly brewed coffee.

Raj and his team offer an experience where everything is taken care for you, which is a welcome relief after a hard day trekking, all you have to do is carry your day pack.

Safety is of utmost importance, and they always put their clients first.

Raj will provide you with a suggested pack list of items to assist you before your trek, they also provide you with the bags to pre-pack before they are taken by the porter.

When we did the Langtang Trek we took the option of a private 4wd transfer to our starting point as opposed to the bus system, a good move indeed and worth the extra money.

If you decide to go with Responsible Adventures you won't be disappointed, they really take care of you and provide you with one of the best trekking experiences you will have.

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Sharon Stratford

26-Mar-2021

Upper Dolpo trekking
From 24.09. to the 16.10.2017 I participated in the expedition in Lower and Upper Dolpa, starting in Juphal and finishing in Kagbeni. It was organised by Raj Tamang, a treks ....more From 24.

09.

to the 16.

10.

2017 I participated in the expedition in Lower and Upper Dolpa, starting in Juphal and finishing in Kagbeni.

It was organised by Raj Tamang, a treks provider from Responsible Adventures in Kathmandu.

Trek was excellent, organisation perfect, Staff (partly known from previous trips) accurate taking care about our needs.

Trek was difficult and demanding ( 270 km, 6 passes above 5000m), but 23 days in beautiful nature conditions, and cold nights in tents under the sky with millions of stars, passed away like lightning.

Also thanks to excellent care.

Our cooks (Chandra, Dil and Sundar) was preparing varied food with cakes and other desserts included, even in camping conditions, despite the fact that already second day almost all eggs were lost in Suli Khola.

Our pony men (Kadi and Bim) always in good mood and smiling, despite very often was nothing to eat on the meadows for mules.

Also our guide Hira paid attention to the pace of the march.

Everything under the calm and balanced direction of Raj.

It was excellent experience, recommended for well-trained tourists ;

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Mirek

26-Mar-2021

It's just cool
Don't be put off by talk of earthquakes and poor sanitation. Book up with Raj and get yourself to Nepal...you won’t regret it. As an overweight, unfit, sedentary office based executive, ....more Don't be put off by talk of earthquakes and poor sanitation.

Book up with Raj and get yourself to Nepal.

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you won’t regret it.

As an overweight, unfit, sedentary office based executive, it was with some trepidation that I allowed myself to be talked into a charity walk up to Ghorepani and Poon hill with a bunch of friends and colleagues from Bahrain.

I can honestly say the sunrise on the Annapurna range that morning will remain with me as long as I live and breathe.

To see the Annapurna range appear out of the darkness like some huge broken jawline and then to see the erect fangs being bathed in the copper and golden hues as the sun came up - eventually crystallising into white capped mountains was a truly life enhancing experience.

The Sherpas were great and really supportive throughout the trek and the tea houses where we camped all had cold running water and sheltered toilet facilities.

The food was excellent and Raj was a fabulous and attentive host, always checking with the group to make sure we were happy and had everything we wanted.

The only think Raj couldn’t provide was internet access in the tea houses, but I believe they are working on fixing that.

When you go, take a couple of days in Kathmandu it is a fabulous city to wonder around and get to know.

Raj will tell you where to go and knows most of the sites to visit.

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Michael Jackson

26-Mar-2021

So much more than travel
I would like to share my lifetime experience I gained from travel in Nepal with a great guide Raj Tamang. We went on the Annapurna Sanctuary trek. That one was ....more I would like to share my lifetime experience I gained from travel in Nepal with a great guide Raj Tamang.

We went on the Annapurna Sanctuary trek.

That one was walking with around 18 people for 14 days through amazing landscapes.

The people from that group were from nearly every English-speaking country.

Before the trip, I had problems with English, but afterwards, I kinda spoke freely.

The large group of that trip was no problem at all - on contrary - it was an opportunity to meet with different people.

The time slows down when you are walking and after 2 days it felt like the holidays took months.

Didn't know which weekday that was or what time.

Everything was cared off by our tour guide Raj Tamang and I could relax and always felt safe.

This is a tremendous difference when you say you could not have organised this trip nearly as good on your own.

Do you remember a tee pause in your life? I do - several, but all are from that trip (and one from another).

We have seen a lot.

That makes our lives go fast because there is nothing really new.

When I entered Nepal: so many things were completely different, amazing.

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A person who walked a steep mountain carrying his grandma in a basket.

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Marek B

26-Mar-2021

Help from a good friend
"I know Raj from my last stay in Nepal when my family and I went on the Poonhill Trek guided by Raj and his team. This time I and a ....more "I know Raj from my last stay in Nepal when my family and I went on the Poonhill Trek guided by Raj and his team.

This time I and a friend were in Nepal to climb Mt.

Ama Dablam.

We wanted to climb the mountain without any guidance by Sherpa's or other mountain guides, however, we needed some help for the official paper works and other organizational stuff (climbing permits, liaison officers, flight tickets to Lukla, and the transport of our heavy luggage to the base camp).

Finding a trustworthy expedition organization in Nepal who can handle our needs in the right way is not easy.

But thanks to Raj it was easy! I just had to mention our problem and without hesitation, he made some phone calls, and only 1h later we were in contact and everything was made possible, thanks to the help of Raj.

Raj, thanks for your help! I can always count on you! Cheers! Dani" ; ....less
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Dani Schweizer

18-Oct-2018

So good we returned.
My first trip with Raj was around the Annapurna region. Raj and his staff were incredible, and everything was planned out to perfection. the meals cooked were excellent and very ....more My first trip with Raj was around the Annapurna region.

Raj and his staff were incredible, and everything was planned out to perfection.

the meals cooked were excellent and very varied.

There was a mix of asian and western food, and both were done well.

It is so nice to have a guide who can speak perfect english and has a real grasp of western culture, through this he was able to really articulate key cultural differences between us and the people we were seeing.

It was also evident that he was working hard to reduce the impact that we were having on the surrounding country.

2 years after our first trip to Annapurna my father and I returned for another trip with Raj, this time for everest basecamp.

The service and care again were excellent, and I could tell that Raj had experimented with different foods and these were added to the menu.

Raj worked well to keep us motivated and at a steady pace to ensure we made it to our destination, even through the more challenging wet season.

I would definitely recommend Raj and responsible adventures, a truly professional and personal service.

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Steph Weedon

26-Mar-2021

Great vacation
Everything was well organized from the time we arrived at the airport in Kathmandu to when we were dropped back off 9 days later. We gave them an idea of ....more Everything was well organized from the time we arrived at the airport in Kathmandu to when we were dropped back off 9 days later.

We gave them an idea of what we liked to see and do, and they created a perfect itinerary for us.

Due to weather, our internal flight to Pokhara was cancelled, but Raj was able to quickly arrange a private driver so that we only missed 1 day, instead of possibly 2 days trekking.

I also have a gluten intolerance, and they made sure I had alternative things to eat when it was a gluten meal.

The morning health tea delivered to our room was tasty, and so was the fresh ground organic coffee every breakfast! We would definitely recommend Raj and Responsible Adventures! I am also talking with my school staff about a possible school trip to Nepal.

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Kay Thompson

26-Mar-2021

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