These photos were taken on our recent successful Everest Basecamp Service Trek where members trekked to the Deboche Nunnery and Everest base camp and returned home safely. Photos in the Everest Basecamp Service Trek slideshow: Marcia MacDonald, Elselien te Hennepe, Dan Mazur, Tunc Findik, Bruce Manning, and Mike Martin. For caption information on these photos, please visit our Everest Basecamp Service Trek photo gallery .
Support trek to visit and help restore the Pema Choling Buddhist women’s convent, also known as the Deboche Nunnery
Includes a walk to the world' s most famous basecamp and enjoy a beautiful trek with our friendly team.
Walk up the famous Kala Patar for fabulous Everest views.
Trek to the Deboche Nunnery and base camp on snow-free paths through green terraced villages, rushing rivers, suspension bridges, lush forests, stay in civilized 'teahouses' and camp in verdant meadows beneath towering peaks.
We welcome all members to join this trek, including medical practitioners, educators, farmers, gardeners, technicians, builders, foresters, renewable energy professionals, and everyone else. You don't have to be an expert to make a difference.
We offer 5% discounts for carpentry and building specialists, medical practitioners, environmental energy and sanitation engineers who perform service work along the trek.
We help you buy and rent inexpensive mountain climbing, trekking, hiking, and walking gear, equipment, clothing, boots, shoes for sale, purchase and hire at affordable, cheap, low prices.
We have been told that our members and groups get along extremely well, and members are pleased to learn how enjoyable our treks are, and often say how pleasantly surprised they are by how well our team members and staff and leaders function together.
Most members prefer a single room while in Kathmandu. Our trek-tents are based on sharing.
Each night, our group will camp in an established campsite or teahouse where there are multiple trekking tents. Throughout the trekking days and camping nights, our leaders and sherpas will be trekking and camping together with you to help set up tents and make sure you are staying healthy and safe and that things are going well.