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Hi

Was wondering what Nepal is like to visit at Christmas? Appreciate that the higher treks will be out, but can you still do lower treks in Himalayas? Plus, is Nepal ok to visit post earthquake?
Thanks
Joe

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Hi Everyone,

greetings from Poland.

I've got a question regarding one of the "trekking peaks" in Khumbu region. I am planning to do a longer 3 passes trek for about 30 days (with additional treks) in October, If I will feel well afterwards, I would love to take part in organised climbing on that peak.

Is it possible to organize it locally in Namche Bazaar where I will finish my 3PT? I heard, that Namche Bazaar is well equiped so renting some gear that I don't have shouldn't be a problem…

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Hello, I'm looking for a (preferably female) trekking partner for March of 2018 to do Annapurna Base Camp. I am considering going with one of three companies. Please message me for details. Thanks!

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We just finished the awesome poon hill trek. We did Nyapul-->Ghorepani-->Tadapani-->Tolka-->Phedi over the course of four days. Even though it was monsoon, we were lucky enough to get some great views. Highly recommend this to everyone!

We are curious however- does anyone know about how many stairs we took on with this route (not the standard poon hill trek route). I know it's 3289 up to Ghorepani, but there were heaps of steps between Ghandruk and Landruk and again down front Phedi. If anyone…

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hi - could u pls advise me a hotel within a walking distance to Tribhuvan airport (kathmandu). thank you!

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Planning to hike from Tumlingtar to Khumbu some time next November. If any of you have done it uphill, how many days did it take or is likely to take, if you can give just an educated guess? This will be after a 34 day Lumbasumaba & Makalu BC trek, so I am likely to be fairly trail fit (or completely bonked out).

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Our trip plans to Sri Lanka were postponed due to a dengue fever outbreak (mosquito born disease). So we are thinking of a last minute trip to Nepal for 5/6 days. None of us have been to Nepal before.

Please can you suggest an itinerary a couple of days in kathmandu and any other suggestions would be welcome. I know its the rainy season. We love wildlife, we currently live in the gulf. And as buddhists look forward to visiting temples etc. Thanks.

Er

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Hi all,
We are planning on doing the Gokyo Ri trek in October. The way back is for the most part the same way. Therefore we are thinking about going back via Gokyo - Renjo La - Lumde - Thame - Namche Bazaar. Is this worth it?
This will take a day longer, correct? Any other information to consider?

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Looking for advice on where to go for a month of travel. My husband and I are in our late twenties and have traveled a lot in Asia, Australia, and South America. We have about 5 weeks to travel before we start new jobs around April of next year and trying to decide between these bucket-list trips (but also open to other suggestions):
1. Trek to Everest Base Camp + a few days touring Nepal
2. South Africa/Namibia/Zimbabwe
3. Spain/Portugal/Morocco
4. Georgia/Azerbaijan/Armenia
We like adventure and…

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Hi
I am 63 and hoping to re-visit nepal this november- was there in 1979 when i trekked to jomoson and back from pokhara. I am sort of fit - but not very fit - but have doubts as to whether I have stamina for the high pass so was thinking of trekking as far as manang and then heading back. are there any reasons why this isn't a good idea? I did ciudad perdida in colombia a year or so back and found it really hard to the point of not enjoying it and don't want to push myself like that again - i…