Everest Three High Pass Trek

7 reviews3 Passes Trek
Trip Fact:
  • Duration 20 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • DestinationNepal
  • Max Altitude5545 m / 18192 ft ( Kala Pathar)
  • AccommodationHotels in Kathmandu and Guest houses during trekking
  • MealsBreakfast in Kathmandu and All meals during trekking
  • Trip Start/EndLukla
  • Group Size1-30 pax
  • Best SeasonMarch to May and September to November are the best months.

Everest Three High Pass Trek is a captivating adventure that takes place in the Everest region, one of the most breathtaking spots on Earth. This journey challenges trekkers to cross three major mountain paths: Renjo-La, Cho-la, and Kongma-La. Each of these paths promises a unique and stunning view of the majestic landscapes around.

Starting this exciting adventure, participants will first embark on a picturesque flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, setting the scene for the wonders they're about to witness. Early in the trek, the warmth and hospitality of the Phakding village await, offering a pleasant resting spot. It's a hint of the kindness and rich culture that Nepal is famous for.

The heart of the Everest Three High Pass Trek lies in the mesmerizing Khumbu valley. As you traverse this area, your eyes will feast on towering peaks, including the legendary Mt. Everest, the imposing Mt. Lhotse, the beautiful Mt. Cho-Yu, and the grand Mt. Makalu. These are just a few of the mountainous giants that stand tall in this region, beckoning adventurers from around the world.

On a typical day during the Everest Three High Pass Trek, expect to walk for around 5 to 6 hours, soaking in the pure air and natural beauty. One of the journey's highlights is the path from the serene Gokyo Lake, moving towards the iconic Everest Base Camp. Following this, trekkers will descend via the Khongma-la pass, with many choosing to rest and reflect upon their journey at Chhukung Village.

Apart from the magnificent peaks, trekkers will also experience other high-altitude attractions such as Gokyo-ri and the Kalapathar viewpoint. These spots offer panoramic views that make all the effort worth it. As the journey progresses, travelers will pass through welcoming villages like Dingboche, Pangboche, Tyangboche, Namche, and Lukla. Each offers a unique glimpse into the life and culture of the high Himalayas.

The Everest Three High Pass Trek is a return to the bustling city of Kathmandu, where trekkers can relax and reminisce about their mountain adventures. For those considering this trek, it's crucial to be accompanied by an experienced guide and a robust porter. Not only do they provide invaluable support, but their expertise ensures safety and enriches the overall experience. After all, when you're venturing into the heart of the world's most iconic mountain range, it's essential to have the best possible companions by your side.

Everest Three High Pass Trek Highlights

  • Hike over Everest Three High Passes, Kongma La Pass at 5,535 metres, Cho La Pass at 5,420 metres, and Renjo La Pass at 5,340 metres.
  • Early morning hike to Gokyo Ri and Kala Patthar for awe-striking glimpses of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, and other mountains.
  • Exploration around Gokyo Lakes, Gokyo Valley, and hiking to some pristine member lakes in Gokyo.
  • Trek to Thame on return, home to legends of Everest.
  • Trekking on the 111.9 miles route above 5,000 metres, best known as the Everest circuit, for a wholesome Everest experience.
  • Adventurous trekking on solitary arduous trails around the Everest region.
  • Delicately planned itinerary, expert guides, porters, supplementary oxygen, helicopter rescue, and more with Dream Himalayan.
  • Best accommodations and meals throughout Three Passes Trip



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Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be warmly received by representatives from Heaven Adventure who will provide transportation to your hotel.

  • Hotel
  • 1400m

Embark on a full-day excursion to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu, including the Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Patan Durbar Square, and Swyambhunath Temple. This day will also be dedicated to finalizing the necessary arrangements for your trek.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1400

Take a scenic 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2840m) and begin your trek to Phakding. After an approximately 8-kilometer walk lasting 3-4 hours, you will reach Phakding, where you will spend the night.

Walking distance: 8 km

Duration: 3-4 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 2,650m

Enjoy breakfast in Namche Bazaar (3438m) before commencing your trek. The route involves crossing the Dudh Koshi River, traversing numerous beautiful bridges, and arriving at Sagarmatha National Park. Eventually, you will reach Namche Bazaar.

Walking distance: 11 km

Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3440m

Take the opportunity to acclimatize to the altitude in Namche Bazaar. After breakfast, you can undertake a short hike to Everest View Hotel to enjoy breathtaking mountain vistas. Optional visits to the Khumjung Monastery, known for housing a yeti scalp, and the Hillary School are also possible.

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3440m

Embark on a trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. The route takes you through Phunki Thanga and ascends to Tengboche village, situated at an elevation of 3860m.

Walking distance: 10 km

Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3860m

Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4360m). Descend through lush forests adorned with birch, conifers, and rhododendron. Enjoy breathtaking views of Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. Cross the beautiful Imja River, Lobuche River, and eventually ascend to Dingboche.

Walking distance: 9 km

Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4,360m

Spend a day acclimatizing in Dingboche (4360m). You have the option to explore the surroundings or take an optional hike to Nagarjun or Chhukung Valley, where you can revel in the views of the Himalayan ranges.

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4,360m

Embark on a trek from Dingboche, passing through stone-walled fields and the Imja Khola valley. Marvel at the majestic Himalayan views, including Ama Dablam and the Amphu Labtsa mountains. Continue alongside icy streams to reach Chhukung Ri and relish the stunning views of Mount Ama Dablam and Amphu Labcha. Return to Chhukung for an overnight stay.

Walking distance: 14 km

Duration: 6-7 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4750m

Embark on a trek towards the highest point, Kongma La Pass, situated at an altitude of 5535m. Along the way, enjoy views of Nuptse Glacier, Khumbu Glacier, and colorful Buddhist prayer flags.

Walking distance: 10 km

Duration: 6-7 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5535m

After a two-hour walk, reach Gorak Shep (5160m). Enjoy lunch and proceed to Everest Base Camp (5364m) by following the Changri Glacier. Explore the Khumbu Icefall and experience the awe-inspiring Everest Base Camp before returning to Gorak Shep.

Walking Distance: 13 km

Duration: 6-7 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5170m

Embark on an early morning hike to Kala Patthar (5545m) to enjoy up-close views of Mount Everest, Khumbutse, Changtse, Nuptse, and numerous other peaks. Return to Gorak Shep for breakfast and then trek to Lobuche (4940m).

Walking Distance: 7 km

Duration: 8-9 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4940 m

Begin your trek alongside the Khumbu Glacier, enjoying magnificent views and exploring the beautiful Chola Tsho Lake. Finally, arrive at Dzongla, located at an elevation of 4830m.

Walking Distance: 6 km

Duration: 3-4 hours

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4830m

Cross the Cho La Pass (5368m) and marvel at exceptional views of Ama Dablam, Cholatse, and other stunning peaks. Descend towards Thangnak, passing along the edge of Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in Khumbu. Continue your journey to Gokyo Lake (4800m).

Walking Distance: 6 km

Duration: 7-8 hours


  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4800m

Take a well-deserved rest day in Gokyo Lake. Embark on a hike to Gokyo Ri (5357m), where you will be treated to splendid views of the Everest Himalayan range. Admire the vast expanse of the Ngozumba Glacier. Optionally, you can also explore the 5th lake. Spend the night in Gokyo Lake.

  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4800m

Today's trek takes you from Gokyo to Marlung (4210m). The trail runs alongside Dudh Pokhari (lake) and descends steeply to cross the Renjo La Pass (5360m). Enjoy exceptional views of Mt. Everest from the top of the beautiful Renjo La Pass. Finally, reach Marlung after a long day of walking.

Walking Distance: 11 km

Duration: 7-8 hours

    • Hotel/Lodges
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 4210m

    Begin your trek towards Namche Bazaar, passing through the Bhote Koshi River. The trail descends and passes through Taranga, offering picturesque views of bridges and ancient gompas (monasteries). Eventually, you will reach Namche Bazaar, where you will spend the night.

    Walking Distance: 15 km

    Duration: 5-6 hours

    • Hotel/Lodges
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 3440m

    Trek through rhododendron and pine forests, making your way to Lukla. Along the trail, you will encounter colorful prayer flags, Mani stones, and chortens, adding to the cultural and natural beauty of the surroundings.

    Walking Distance: 19 km

    Duration: 6-7 hours

    • Hotel/Lodges
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • 2800m

    In the morning, take a scenic 35-minute flight back to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. Take the day to rest and relax, reflecting on the incredible journey you have experienced.

    • Hotel
    • Breakfast
    • 1400m

    On the final day, a representative from Dream Heaven Adventure will escort you to the airport for your departure. This marks the end of your memorable trekking adventure in the Everest region.

    • Breakfast

    Trip Map

    Everest Three High Pass Trek map

    Cost Details


    • Airport transfer ( private tourist vehicle)
    • 4 nights hotel in Kathmandu ( 3 star hotel)
    • Kathmandu city sightseeing ( Professional tour guide / private tourist car )
    • Round trip flight ticket ( Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu)
    • 16 Nights accomodation in tea house
    • All Meals (B/L/D) during the trek ( as per itinerary)
    • Experienced/professiona trek guide
    • Strong trekking porter (1 porter : 2 trekkers)
    • Usage of sleeping bags, Down jackets and walking poles ( to be returened after trek)
    • Sagarmatha National park entry permits
    • Local govermit permit in Lukla
    • A comprehensive medical kit
    • Necessary trekking equipment for the field staff ( guide, porters, sherpa)
    • Paper works, government taxes, and office service charges


    • Lunch/Dinner in Kathmandu
    • Travel insurance
    • Personal expenses
    • Tips for trekking staff
    • All kind of drinks, mineral / hot water, alcoholic and soft drinks.
    • Others expenses ( if any)

    Good to Know

    Best time to Trek Three High Passes

    The optimal period to embark on the Everest Three Pass Trek is during the seasons of Spring and Autumn. These seasons are characterized by a scarcity of rainfall, consistent temperatures, and favorable weather conditions, rendering the trek highly comfortable. Moreover, during this time, the unparalleled spectacle of Mount Everest, the picturesque Gokyo Lakes, the Three High Passes, and the captivating Khumbu region can be observed with utmost clarity and splendor.

    Everest Three Passes Trek in Autumn

    Autumn: Stable weather, clear skies, vibrant foliage. Ideal for panoramic views. Popular and crowded.

    The best time to do the Three High Passes Trek in Nepal is during the autumn season, which spans from September to November. This period offers the most favorable weather conditions, stunning views, and a higher chance of successful completion of the trek. Let's dive deeper into why autumn is considered the ideal time for this adventure.

    During autumn, the weather in the Everest region is relatively stable and dry, with clear skies and minimal rainfall. The days are usually sunny and warm, making it comfortable for trekking. The temperatures range from mild to cool, with daytime temperatures around 15-20 degrees Celsius (59-68 degrees Fahrenheit) at lower elevations and dropping below freezing at higher altitudes. The nights can be quite cold, especially at high passes and base camps, so it's essential to carry suitable cold-weather gear.

    The stable weather conditions during autumn allow for excellent visibility, providing trekkers with breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks. The iconic mountains, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many more, stand majestically against the clear blue skies, creating a visual feast for trekkers. The landscapes are also adorned with vibrant autumn colors as the foliage turns golden, adding to the overall beauty of the trekking route.

    Another significant advantage of trekking during autumn is the lower risk of encountering monsoon rains and snowfall. Monsoon season in Nepal typically occurs from June to August and brings heavy rainfall, making the trails muddy, slippery, and potentially dangerous. By choosing autumn, trekkers can avoid these challenges and enjoy a more comfortable and safer journey.

    Furthermore, autumn is a popular time for trekkers, and the trail is relatively crowded compared to other seasons. This can be advantageous for solo trekkers or those seeking a social experience as it provides opportunities to meet fellow adventurers from various parts of the world. The teahouses along the route are well-stocked and equipped to cater to the influx of trekkers during this season, ensuring comfortable accommodation and food options.

    In terms of physical challenges, trekking the Three High Passes requires a certain level of fitness and acclimatization due to the high altitudes involved. The autumn season provides favorable conditions for acclimatization, as the temperatures are relatively moderate, and the risk of altitude-related illnesses is reduced compared to colder seasons. However, it is still crucial to follow proper acclimatization guidelines and listen to your body throughout the trek.

    To summarize, the best time to undertake the Three High Passes Trek in Nepal is during autumn, specifically from September to November. The stable weather, clear skies, breathtaking mountain views, and comfortable temperatures make it an ideal period for this challenging adventure. By choosing this time, trekkers can increase their chances of a successful and enjoyable experience while avoiding the risks associated with other seasons. So, prepare your gear, lace up your boots, and get ready for an unforgettable journey through the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Everest region.

    Everest Three High Pass Trek in Spring

    Spring: Mild temperatures, blooming rhododendrons, quieter trails. Chance of rain. Witness mountaineering preparations.

    In addition to autumn, spring is another excellent season for embarking on the Three High Passes Trek in Nepal. Spring in the Everest region falls between the months of March and May and offers its own unique advantages and attractions. Let's explore why spring is considered one of the best seasons for this trek.

    Spring is characterized by mild temperatures and longer daylight hours, making it a pleasant time to undertake a challenging trek like the Three High Passes. During this season, the temperatures at lower elevations range from 10-15 degrees Celsius (50-59 degrees Fahrenheit), while higher altitudes still experience colder temperatures, often dropping below freezing. As the days gradually get warmer, the snow starts to melt, making the trails more accessible and less snowy than during the winter months.

    One of the significant highlights of trekking in spring is the vibrant and blooming rhododendron forests along the trail. Nepal's national flower, the rhododendron, bursts into a riot of colors during this time, with various shades of red, pink, and white flowers covering the hillsides. Trekking through these enchanting forests adds a touch of natural beauty and a unique visual experience to the journey.

    Similar to autumn, spring offers excellent visibility, allowing trekkers to witness stunning panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. The skies tend to be clear and offer unobstructed vistas of mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and others. The crisp air and the breathtaking views create a sense of awe and wonder, providing trekkers with unforgettable memories.

    Spring is also the time when mountaineering expeditions gear up to conquer the highest peaks in the region. The trekking trails coincide with the climbing routes, offering trekkers the opportunity to witness the preparations and interact with mountaineers from around the world. This adds a unique sense of adventure and camaraderie to the overall trekking experience.

    Another advantage of trekking in spring is the relatively quieter trails compared to autumn. While still popular, spring sees fewer crowds compared to the peak season, allowing trekkers to enjoy a more peaceful and secluded journey. The teahouses and lodges along the route are readily available and offer comfortable accommodation and local hospitality.

    However, it is important to note that spring is also the pre-monsoon season in Nepal. As the season progresses towards May, the chances of occasional rainfall and cloudy weather increase. Trekkers should be prepared for occasional showers and fluctuations in weather conditions. Proper rain gear and layered clothing are essential to stay comfortable and dry during unexpected rain showers.

    To summarize, spring is another excellent season for the Three High Passes Trek. With mild temperatures, longer daylight hours, blooming rhododendron forests, and the opportunity to witness mountaineering preparations, it offers a unique and captivating experience. While occasional rain showers are a possibility, proper preparation and gear can ensure a comfortable trekking experience. So, whether you choose spring or autumn, be ready to immerse yourself in the majestic beauty of the Everest region and conquer the Three High Passes.

    Accommodation in Everest Three High Passes Trek

    Tea house-based accommodations are popular among trekkers in Everest Three High Passes Trek. Everest region trekking being a commercial route, you'll also find luxurious to mid-range tea houses upon your budget. The menu items will also become basic as you ascend above 4,000 metres.

    The tea houses en route offer comfortable overnight sleep and decent meals. In most tea houses in Lukla and Namche, you'll get hot showers and internet facilities, but you'll have to pay additional fees.

    For cosy sleep, try bringing layered sleeping bags with you. We'll also manage one for you, but having your own gives comfort and hygiene.

    Travel Insurance for Three Pass Trek

    We encourage our valued clients to have travel insurance before joining the team for Everest Three Pass Trek.

    In doing so, the insurance will compensate for your health safety cost during emergencies. Also, if you need an emergency helicopter evacuation, you'll get it immediately. Your insurance policy will pay all medication bills later. In such a way, you can complete Everest Three Passes Trek without worrying about any potential high altitude issues.

    Dream Heaven Adventure only purchases insurance for trek guides and porters.

    Difficulty of Everest 3 Pass Trekking

    Regarded as one of the most demanding and formidable treks, the Everest Three Pass Trek poses significant challenges due to the elevations exceeding 5,400 meters above sea level. Spanning approximately 20 days, this trek demands considerable stamina and physical strength to complete successfully.

    The difficulty of the Everest Three Pass Trek arises from daily treks lasting 6-8 hours through varied terrain, including flat, inclined, snowy, rugged, and rocky paths, further intensifying the arduous nature of the journey. Altitude sickness symptoms may manifest during the course of this trek, given the high elevations involved, necessitating caution and acclimatization measures.

    Trekking enthusiasts will navigate challenging trails characterized by Rocky Mountains and formidable glaciers, all while being rewarded with awe-inspiring vistas of majestic peaks, breath-taking valleys, and serene lakes. Moreover, a profound cultural encounter awaits, as trekkers have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the ancient Sherpa and Tibetan traditions.

    Undoubtedly, there may be moments when the desire to abandon the hike and return to the familiarity of everyday life may arise. However, the sense of accomplishment upon completing this extraordinary trek transcends the limitations of mere words, leaving an indelible and ineffable impression on those who undertake this remarkable journey.

    Preparing Physically and Mentally for Everest High Pass Trek

    Undertaking the longest trek requires meticulous physical preparation due to its undoubtedly arduous nature. It is imperative to cultivate a high level of physical fitness in order to endure the strenuous demands it imposes on the body. The entire musculature will be subjected to considerable strain, necessitating thorough preparation beforehand. Completing such treks successfully hinges upon the cultivation of proper self-motivation, as a lack thereof may lead to individuals relinquishing their pursuit and retreating.

    While physical fitness is undoubtedly important, it is equally vital to emphasize mental fortitude when embarking on a trekking expedition. The Everest region, renowned for its remote location in Nepal, presents a stark contrast to luxuries typically associated with comfortable living. The absence of familiar comforts such as cozy beds and invigorating hot showers can prove to be a significant adjustment. Furthermore, the cuisine may differ from one's accustomed preferences.

    Feelings of isolation and entrapment may often pervade the hearts and minds of individuals traversing such remote territories. In such circumstances, contemplating worst-case scenarios and evaluating one's ability to overcome challenges in such isolated settings can be a prevalent concern.

    Mental exhaustion also ranks among the primary difficulties encountered during the three high passes trek. It is advisable to approach the journey with a mindset of embracing the experience rather than fixating on potential adversities. Trekking is an enjoyable pursuit when undertaken with a spirit of delight and without succumbing to unnecessary pressure. Demonstrating an appreciation for nature reciprocates its affinity, thereby enhancing the enjoyment of breathtaking vistas and the overall journey.

    Furthermore, maintaining a constant self-motivation serves as a vital anchor throughout the expedition. By diligently preparing physically and nurturing mental resilience, individuals can optimize their readiness to undertake this demanding three pass trek.

    Ensuring Safety and Satisfaction on the Three High Pass Trek

    Safety Remains our Utmost Concern: Ensuring the Well-being of our Clients and Staffs.

    During the incredible Everest Three High Pass Trek, you will have the privilege of being accompanied by a highly knowledgeable and friendly trekking guide or Sherpa, who hails from the mountainous region of Nepal.

    Our guides possess extensive expertise and years of experience in navigating these challenging terrains. They are equipped with essential gear and carry a comprehensive first aid kit, placing your safety as their utmost concern throughout the entire journey.

    While we strongly recommend carrying personal medication, rest assured that our dedicated team is readily available to address any emergencies, including altitude sickness or unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, we have made preparations to arrange helicopter rescue services to swiftly transport our clients to lower altitudes or back to Kathmandu, ensuring their well-being at all times.


    • Q1. What kind of food is served during high pass trek?

      Foods during the trek can be chosen from Menu. The kind of food served is totally dependent upon the hotels you are dinning in. While luxurious hotels offer great range of delicacies from continental to American. Normal tea houses also serve you both traditional and modern foods like dal bhat,noodles, potato, pizza, pasta etc for lunch and dinner.

    • You should always carry carbohydrate rich snacks such as chocolates and energy drinks. Consumption of these helps you to maintain the energy level of your body while trekking.

    • You'll likely get altitude sickness in Everest Three High Passes Trekking, which is above 5,000 metres. Headaches, nausea, and vomiting are common symptoms of altitude sickness. Often, these symptoms appear minor, but immediate medical attention is necessary. Otherwise, the condition worsens.

    • Everest Three Passes Trek is 111.9 miles long that completes in 20 days.

    • Yes. Solo Three Passes Trek is possible but comes with potential high altitude risk. With guides and porters, you'll be on 24/7 observation by the crew. On solo, you'll be on your own. In emergencies like AMS, you won't be able to help yourself. For experienced trekkers, trekking Everest three passes is doable but still is risky.

      Also, managing logistics, accommodation reservations, and Kathmandu Lukla flight tickets become a headache for you. But with trusted agencies like Dream Heaven, you'll have everything organised beforehand of the trip. Thus, you'll hike with the best team of guides and porters.

    • The cost of the Everest Three High Passes Trek  is USD 1855. But, Dream Heaven offers group discounts. In a group of 4 trekkers, the price lowers to USD 1450.

    Client Reviews

    • Peter Ferris
      Peter FerrisAustralia |May 02, 2023

      3 Passes Trek

      Our group of six from Australia did a 16 day, Three Passes Trek in March 2023. Suman and his staff were very punctual and informative from first contact via email through to greeting us on arrival in Kathmandu and through to our departure from Nepal. Suman was prompt, professional and followed through on all matters we raised.
      Our trekking guide, Hupa was experienced, knowledgable, very obliging and has excellent English. He did everything possible to ensure that our 16 day trek was most enjoyable.
      The porters performed an outstanding job, they were strong, very obliging and continuously went beyond what could be expected. We would love to return to Nepal and utilise the services of Suman, Hupa and the team at Dream Heaven.

    • Peter McKee
      Peter McKeeAustralia |April 10, 2023

      Three passes trek

      THANKS again Suman for your help in organizing our recent trek. All of your team were great especially Hupa, who showed a lot of patience and understanding when Sean & Robyn were sick.

      Although colder than I even expected the days were clear and the scenery AMAZING. Uncle was a terrific porter and helped Peter & I over some pretty tough terrain on the second trek, he is SUPER MAN.

    • R
      Robyn, Sean & Leah GriffinAustralia |March 31, 2023

      3 Pass Trek

      We recently returned home to Australia from Nepal after completing our Everest 3 High Passes Trek. It was one of the hardest things we've ever done and we wanted to thank and highly commend our guide, Hupa and our porters, Dil, Tar and Bir.

      Hupa is a credit to this company. He was very kind, patient, helpful and informative. Nothing was too much trouble for him as he guided us on the trek and through the transfers to and from Lukla.

      Our porters Dil, Tar and Bir were nothing short of legends. Carrying our bags on the trek, coming back to assist us while trekking and making sure our bags were in our rooms at the tea houses.

      They all played a huge part in us achieving our goal and we very much appreciated their effort and companionship during the journey.
      Thanking you!

    • Johanne Watkinson
      Johanne WatkinsonAustralia |November 23, 2019

      Female solo traveller on the Three Passes Trek

      I just returned from my second trekking trip in Nepal organised by Suman at Dream Heaven Adventure.

      Last year I did EBC with my husband and we had planned to go to Gokyo as well, but as he wasn't dealing with the altitude too well we were unable to undertake Cho La.  So for me, Gokyo was "unfinished business' and I decided to  return to Nepal to do the Three Passes Trek.

      I had no hesitation using Suman's company again to organise my trip. I've never travelled solo before but I felt very comfortable arriving in Kathmandu on my own as I knew that Dream Heaven would organise everything for me including airport transfers, clean accomodation (often with my own bathroom) and a wonderful guide who really knew the area, spoke excellent English and looked after me every step of the way.

      I felt totally safe and comfortable throughout the three week trek (yes, I tailored in several extra days to give me the best chance of completing the Three Passes) and once again I can highly recommend Dream Heaven for personalised small group or solo trekking in Nepal.

    • R
      ROMAN BURESCzech Republic |December 18, 2017

      Everest High Passes Trek, Kathmandu Valley and Pokhara

      We spent in Nepal 16 days by trekking in the Himalaya from Lukla to Everest Base Camp and over the Cho-La and Renjo-La Passes. Unfortunately because of the broken ice bridge on the Khumbu Glacier we could not go over the Kongma-La Pass.

      After the trek in the mountains we visited the Kathmandu valley with the cities Pathan and Bhaktapur and the city of Pokhara near to the massive of Annapurna to the west of Kathmandu. It was our first trip to Nepal. All our stay in Nepal was perfectly prepared and organised by Dream Heaven Adventure company, which we found by planning our journey in the internet.

      We appreciate the managing director Mr. Suman´s endeavour as he fulfilled all our wishes we had had. Especially we thank to our trekking guide Mr. Huparaj for his recommendations and getting the gear before we leaved for the trek and to the both porters, all of them for their help and support in the mountains. We could really rely on them everywhere and each time.

      Further we could change our itinerary according to the weather and our condition. Because of the bad weather in Lukla we could not fly back to Kathmandu by plain, so thanks to our guide on the next day we finished our trek by flying helicopter, what a great experience. After coming back to Kathmandu the Dream Heaven Adventure company promptly organised for us our last week in Nepal.

      By visiting the Kathmandu valley we will never forget our tour guide Mr. Kumod for his general knowledge of the sites we visited and his enormous desire to show us the most we could manage in the two days.

      Also, the fly to Pokhara, the hotel there and the trip back to Kathmandu by car with a short stop in the city of Gorkha was very well organised and for us the next great experience in Nepal.

      If you are looking for a reliable company for organising your visit in Nepal we can warmly recommend you the Dream Heaven Adventure company. Our experiences we have made were only positive and we enjoyed our stay in Nepal.

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