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Mt. Amadablam Expedition -31 Days

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Mt. Amadablam Expedition at 6,814 meters, a name derived from the Tibetan word meaning “Mother with a Jewel Box”, one can observe carefully from its South Western Face just near the neck of the peak a large chunk of ice lies hanging like a small jewel box.

Trip Duration : 31 Days
Max Altitude : Upto 6814
Group Size : 2 - 15
ARRIVAL ON : Kathmandu Nepal
DEPARTURE FROM : Kathmandu Nepal

Trip Overview

Mt. Amadablam Expedition at 6,814 meters, a name derived from the Tibetan word meaning “Mother with a Jewel Box”, one can observe carefully from its South Western Face just near the neck of the peak a large chunk of ice lies hanging like a small jewel box.

Mt. Amadablam is one of the most magnificent peaks in all Himalayas, located in the heart of Everest’s Khumbu region, close to the main trail to Everest Base Camp, this mountain is admired and respected by thousands of trekkers and climbers every year.

This expedition offers a superb climbing experience in a magnificent setting, with numerous cultural and scenic diversions. The mountain’s impressive beauty has made it a highly coveted prize for climbers. Since its first ascent in 1961 by an Anglo-American New Zealand team, it has been climbed frequently and by many different routes.

Unique Path to Mt. Amadablam Expedition leads to Imjatse high valley where this majestic mountain stands, after a scenic flight to Lukla and then reaching at famous Namche Bazaar with rest and acclimatization here heading higher area to Thyangboche Monastery through beautiful woodlands lined with rhododendron and pine trees.

This awesome spot offers tantalizing scenery of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Thamasarkhu, Kwangde, Kangtenga, and the magnificent Mt. Amadablam at close distance, with a visit of the monastery and getting a blessing from the high priest lama, walk leads towards Pangboche where the route to Amadablam diverts from the main trail to Everest Base Camp.

To make Unique Path Amadablam Expedition we have set the itinerary flexible with more acclimatization days and to make the most of this beautiful region with a trek to Everest base camp and climb of Kalapatthar at 5,545 meters high with more scenic views of this amazing country, walk leads past Dingboche, Lobuje.

Gorakshep to reach at famous and popular Everest base camp at 5,367 meters with views of awesome Khumbu ice falls and glaciers and then returning with a climb of Kalapatthar top and back to Pangboche village via Pheriche valley.

From Pangboche heading for the highlight of this adventure to Mt. Amadablam base camp at 4,580 m high, a wonderful spot in a large valley with awesome views of surrounding high peaks including Mt. Everest and as far as Mt. Pumori, at base camp rest with the final preparation for the climb.

Unique Path route will be by classic original from Unique South West Ridge. This provides a superb climb, s at a practical level of difficulty and with good camp platforms at considered points along the route. Apart from one short section, it is impartially very safe.

Advanced or High camp at 5, 450 m high will be set after base camp to make this climb more accessible and quicker, and for safety, here climbers will be divided to set up further higher camp I and camp II for the final summit bid, Unique Path Mt. Amadablam Expedition with 14 days to climb the summit top, during this days, ferry of load to designated campsites.

After a great and adrenaline climb to the summit with the tremendous support of Unique Path expert mountaineering guides with mind-blowing views of the surrounding high valley of Khumbu and the tall towering surrounding peaks, descent back to base camp for clean up and packing and then head back to Lukla for the scenic flight back to Kathmandu after an overwhelming adventure and with experience of a lifetime with a great team of staff support and management of Unique Path Treks & Expeditions.


Day 01 :

Arrival in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

Day 02 :

In Kathmandu for official formalities and last-minute preparation [1,350m/4,430ft]

Day 03 :

Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding [2,600m/8,531ft]

Day 04 :

Trek to Namche Bazar [3,450m/11,319ft]

Day 05 :

Rest and Acclimatization day [3,450m/11,319ft]

Day 06 :

Trek to Tengboche [3,876m/12,717ft]

Day 07 :

Trek to Pangboche [3,985m/13,075ft]

Day 08 :

Trek to Ama Dablam Base Camp [4,420m/14,502ft]

Day 9-10 :

Rest and Get organized/ Puja Ceremony

Day 11-18 :

Acclimatization and rotation of higher camps

Day 9-23 :

Summit climb and back to base camp

Day 24-25 :

Contingencies Day

Day 26 :

Trek to Pangboche [3,985m/13,075ft]

Day 27 :

Trek to Namche Bazar [3,450m/11,319ft]

Day 28 :

Trek to Lukla [2,800m/9187ft]

Day 29 :

Fly back to Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

Day 30 :

Free day in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

Day 31 :

International departure


Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

Arriving at Nepal’s Tribhuvan International Airport After completing the necessary visa procedures and retrieving your luggage from the airport, kindly make your way to the arrivals hall exit. Just outside the arrivals area, your trip leader will be waiting to greet you and accompany you to your accommodation in Kathmandu.

Day 02 In Kathmandu for official formalities and last-minute preparation [1,350m/4,430ft]

In Kathmandu doing final climb preparations. Meet the rest of the team, finish all the legal and government formalities, and then load the last of the stuff. These days, an optional sightseeing tour of Kathmandu can be planned based on your interest. Before we begin our trek, we will have a trip orientation during which your trip leader will educate you on your ascent.

Day 03 Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding [2,600m/8,531ft]

We take a STOL plane for the alpine flight from Kathmandu to Lukla after early morning breakfast. The flight to the airstrip established by Sir Edmund Hillary and the Sherpas in the middle of the 1960s takes about 35 minutes.

Just beyond Chaurikharka at 2713m, we begin the trip by descending in the direction of the Dudh Kosi River, where we connect with the main trail to Namche Bazaar.

It’s a short distance to Phakding, where we’ll spend the night, after passing through the little village of Ghat at a height of 2550 meters, thanks to the easy terrain.

Day 04 Trek to Namche Bazar [3,450m/11,319ft]

Along the Dudhkoshi River, which will take us through a pine forest, we will continue our adventure. We will arrive at Monjo after multiple suspension bridge crossings and traveling through the hamlets of Zapute, Toktok, Benkar, and Chumoa.

This is referred to as the Sagarmatha National Park’s entrance. We will enter Sagarmatha National Park after completing all the park formalities. We will descend from the park and reach the river.

We will continue on to the lofty Hillary Bridge, which is situated at the base of the hill, after crossing another suspension bridge. We will cross this bridge and then ascend a hill to the Namche Bazaar.

The Thamserku Mountain is visible. If the skies are clear, we may also get our first look at Mounts Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.

Day 05 Rest and Acclimatization day [3,450m/11,319ft]

The town of Namche Bazaar is known as the entrance to the high Himalayas. It serves as both the capital of Sherpa land and the primary trading hub. In Namche, taking a nap is advised for acclimatization.

To experience the rich Sherpa culture, a short trip will be planned to the historic Sherpa settlement of Thame. We can also go to the surrounding villages of Khumjung, Khunde, or Khongde.

Shopping in Namche’s bazaar is a good idea as well. Other areas of interest include the headquarters of the National Park, museums, and monasteries. There are numerous cafes, stores, bakeries, and restaurants in the vicinity.

The area has a post office, hospital, and government health post facilities. Namche also has internet connectivity, allowing you to stay in touch with loved ones.

Day 06 Trek to Tengboche [3,876m/12,717ft]

Tengboche, which is located at 3876 meters, is a very religious and culturally significant settlement and is known as the Khumbu region’s cultural hub.

We will visit a nearby monastery in Tengboche in the early morning, where we will watch local monks perform Buddhist rituals and ceremonies. The largest monastery in the Khumbu region is located in Tengboche.

Tengboche offers beautiful panoramas of the Himalayas. While Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam rise to the north, Thamserku and Kangtega are visible to the south. We will also see the Kwangde and Tawache peaks up close.

Day 07 Trek to Pangboche [3,985m/13,075ft]

We will travel to Pangboche after visiting Tengboche Gompa first thing in the morning. It is advised to spend the entire day at Pangboche for acclimatization.

The highest continuously inhabited village is Pangboche. The oldest gompa in the Khumbu region is located at Pangboche and was constructed in 1667. We shall investigate Pangboche’s diverse cultural heritage.

From most of the points, we can see Amadablam in all his glory.

Day 08 Trek to Ama Dablam Base Camp [4,420m/14,502ft]

As we leave Pangboche, we’ll take the picturesque trail that runs alongside the river and rise steeply to Kharka as we make our way to Amadablam Base Camp.

Amadablam, Lhotse, Lobuche, Pumori, Cholatse, Kusum Kangaru, Thamserku, Amphu Gyabjen, and other peaks may be seen up close on the trek. The vista of Amadablam Mountain gets better as we go.

Once we approach Amadablam’s base camp, we can see numerous magnificent peaks and hanging glaciers. At Base Camp, we will meet the rest of our group.

Day 9-10 Rest and Get organized/ Puja Ceremony

Resting enables us to better prepare our minds and bodies for the challenges presented by Amadablam Mountain. According to Sherpa tradition, a puja ceremony will be held in order to solicit blessings for Amadablam’s successful ascent.

Day 11-18 Acclimatization and rotation of higher camps

We will practice ascending to Camp 2 (5900m) and returning to Base Camp before making the final ascent to the summit in order to get our bodies acclimated to the high altitude.

We will transport a light load to Camp 1 (5700m) during the first rotation before returning to Base Camp. The night of our subsequent rotation will be spent at Camp 1, and the following morning, we will ascend to Camp 2.

In the last cycle, climbers who are at ease will spend the night at Camp 2, while others will descend to lower camps to rest up before making one last push for the summit.

Day 9-23 Summit climb and back to base camp

On these days, once our rotation is over, we plan to make our last trip to the summit. It is impossible to create a set agenda for these days because we must adapt to circumstances like weather and other things.

Base Camp to Camp 1 (5,705m/18,718ft):
We will travel from the Base Camp via grassy ridges and turn eastward to a wide saddle from which we can see the Mingbo La pass. We will set up Camp I at an elevation of 5705 m after traversing boulders to get there.

Camp 1 to Camp 2 (5,900m/19,357ft):
We will go up the snowy trail to the top of the ridge after leaving Camp 1. We must take a number of tiny snow steps. As we move eastward, we will eventually emerge at the top of the ridge’s tapering point after passing through the ground.

We will continue to the ridge’s summit and turn westward from there. Later, we will ascend to the top of the yellow tower by following the simple trail on the eastern face. We will arrive at Camp 2 after a moderately challenging ascent of the route.

Camp 2 to Camp 3 (6,300m/20,770ft):
We’ll head to the gray tower by heading east. We can reach an amphitheater by carefully ascending the tower. We will climb higher up the gully to the snow slope and then proceed to the mushroom ridge, where Camp 2.7 is located (6300m).

Camp 3 to Summit (6,812m/22,350ft):
Leaving Camp, we will walk through a crevasse in the upper face and climb the ice slope to the right of Dablam. We will head west and arrive at the small snowfield located below Bergschrund. Crossing it, we will reach the top of the highest-hanging glacier.

A final trail through an ice crest will take us to the summit. After spending some time at the summit, we will descend to Base Camp.

Day 24-25 Contingencies Day

These backup days will ensure that, even in the event of issues during our Expedition, our itinerary will proceed without disruption.

Day 26 Trek to Pangboche [3,985m/13,075ft]

After our adventure is a success, we depart from Base Camp and return to Pangboche. From Pangboche hamlet, we may savor the views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kangtaiga, and Kongde ridges, as well as the Imja Tse River.

Day 27 Trek to Namche Bazar [3,450m/11,319ft]

To go back to Tengboche village, we’ll use the Imja River return trail, which passes through a birch and spruce forest. Following a brief pause in Tengboche, we will continue on the trek through a rhododendron forest to the bridge.

We’ll pass the Dudh Koshi River bridge, proceed through the Dudh Koshi gorge and pine forest to the village of Sansa, and then continue on to Namche Bazar.

Day 28 Trek to Lukla [2,800m/9187ft]

On our final day of hiking, we followed the Dudh Kosi River all the way to Lukla. After our steep descent from Namche, the Dudhkhosi river is only reached after a short hike. We’ll stop for lunch en route before making the last ascent to the airfield in Lukla.

The rest of the day is open for you to relax in the warm weather and think back on the intense feelings you experienced while climbing. It’s our last day in these magnificent mountains today.

With our Sherpa porters and guides, who we have gotten to know so well and who we now consider being good friends, we later celebrate our accomplishment of the climb.

Day 29 Fly back to Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

We wake up early, have breakfast, and prepare for the arrival of our plane for the travel back to Katmandu. We will be met by office representatives at the Kathmandu airport upon arrival, and they will drive us to your accommodation. Your remaining time today is free for your own activities.

Day 30 Free day in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]

Spend a free and easy day shopping or relaxing in the lovely hotel courtyard. We shall enjoy a goodbye supper to honor your successful completion of the “Ama Dablam Expedition” at the eventide.

We will be treated to a dazzling cultural dance performed by the local bells as we eat our dinner. If you would like to prolong your stay, don’t be reluctant to let us know. Please email us for additional information about extensions.

Day 31 International departure

We appreciate you coming along on this adventure, and it has been a pleasure getting to know you. We hope that our endeavor has made your experience more enjoyable.

Trip Info

The South-Western Ridge is the path typically taken to ascend Ama Dablam; Ward (UK), Bishop (USA), and Gill (NZ) used this route to conquer the mountain for the first time in 1961. The route offers a steady climb with a variety of ascents and a manageable degree of difficulty. At key locations, three high camps have been established.

The ascent is easy until Camp 1, after which it becomes difficult as it continues up the jagged granite ridge. The path becomes more technical after Camp 2 and requires negotiating pitches of steep ice and snow slopes.

From Camp 3, circumnavigate the hanging glacier or the Dablam, traverse a snow arête and a bergschrund between ice cliffs, and then climb to the summit.


  We do recommend following equipment's for trekking and Hiking in Nepal.


  • Sun hat
  • Scarf
  • Light balaclava
  • Warm wool hat
  • UV protection one Sunglasses
  • Head torch with extra batteries.

Upper Part Of The Body Upper

  • Tshirts
  • Shirts
  • Sleeveless or body warmer type fleece.
  • Long sleeve shirts
  • Thermal Vest
  • Down Jacket
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Pullover
  • Sports bras (women)
  • Waterproof outer jacket
  • Rain Coat
  • Hand wear
  • Fleece gloves.
  • Warms mittens or gloves.

Lower Body

  • Long Under Wear
  • Short Under Wear
  • Lightweight Cotton Long Pants
  • Warm Trousers
  • Tracksuit pants
  • Lightweight thermal trouser
  • Fleece pants
  • Cotton paints


  • Thin inner socks
  • Thick warm wool hiking socks
  • Walking boots with ankle support
  • Trainers or trail shoes
  • Gaiters
  • Micro spikes


  • Camera and Accessories
  • Phone
  • Power Bank
  • Solar Panel
  • Travel Adapter


  • Book
  • Playing Cards/Games
  • Journal and Pen
  • Snacks and Specialist Food

Hygiene & First Aid

  • Sunscreen
  • Insect Repellent
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Toilet Paper
  • Wet Wipes
  • Pocket Hand Warmers
  • Moisturizing skin cream and Lip balm
  • Toiletries
  • Water purifier
  • First Aid

Trek Essentials

  • Passport and Copy
  • Travel Insurance Details
  • Trekking Permit(s)
  • Waterproof Document Wallet
  • Cash

Recommended Medications

  • Guide will take a group first aid kit but please bring personal medications and other items you might use regularly such as
  • Any personal medications
  • Malaria prophylactic tablets
  • Blister treatment
  • Rehydration powder
  • Analgesics (Paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin)
  • Plasters and zinc oxide tape
  • Throat lozenges
  • Diamox

Other Equipment

  • Duffel Bag or Suitcase
  • Day pack
  • Sleeping bag
  • Water bottle
  • Trekking poles
  • Towel


Q. Do you provide any gears for trekking?

A. Yes, we do provide roughly 65 liters one duffel bag, sleeping bag and down jacket to use for trekking without extra charge, if you do not have.

Q. Can I rent or buy gears in Kathmandu?

A. You can buy or rent trekking boots and rest of the gears, you need to need to buy.

Q. How much weight does porter carries?

A. We do provide one porter between 2 trekkers. One porter carries 25 to 30 kg respectively.

Q. How much weight does airplane allow to Lukla?

A. Twin Otter and Dornier planes are the primary mode of transport to and from the airstrip at Lukla. It allows 15kg per passenger, including had bag.

Q. Can I take some more gears for paying extra charge?

A. It is hard but some time, they do allow 2 to 3 kg with paying extra charge US$ 2 per kg

Q. When Should I pack my gears?

A. You will have pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu that night you pack trekking gears.

Q. What equipment should I carry at Daypack?

A. Most of our day packs have a capacity of roughly 20 to 24 liters. You need to carry only day use things like water bottle, light jackets, some extra shocks, sun hat, sunglasses, raincoat, light glove, scarf, toilet paper, and small towel, camera, some personal medical, Sunscreen, Passport, money, camera, trekking poles and some snacks. Rest of the gears will be carried by porter.

Q. Can I store suitcase and other unnecessary gears in hotel in Kathmandu or at your office?

A. Yes, you can store either at the hotel in Kathmandu or at our office without extra charge.


Travel insurance is compulsory for all Clients undertaking any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter evacuation, loss of luggage, etc. For your kind information, we would like to give a list of the insurance companies, please inquire with them.

  •  USA and Canada: Tugo, United Health Care, World Nomad, Blue Cross
  • Australia and New Zealand: Fast Cover, Allianz Australia
  • Singapore: Ergo, World Nomad (Explore plan level 3)
  • Europe: Europe Assistance, Austrian Alpine Club, Allianz Europe
  • India: ICICI Lombard


Altitude (in meter) & Temperature (in degree Celsius) in Nepal over 2000m/6056ft. Trekking areas are only situated over 2000meter in Nepal.

Altitude Spring Summer Autumn Winter
March, April, May June, July, Aug Sept., Oct,  Nov Dec, Jan, Feb
Max. Min. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max. Min.
2000m -2500m 27 5 29  9 25 2 20 -2
3000m – 3500m 12 -5 20 -1 17 -2 14 -7
4000m – 4500m 10  -7 14 -3 12 -7 7 -10
4500m- 5500m 9 -10 12 -5 10 -15 5  -20

Frequently Asked Questions

Ama Dablam Expedition requires a lot of fitness and strength, as was previously stated, and is not recommended for those without previous climbing expertise. Every member of the expedition needs to be capable of climbing on ice and rock. They come through steep, rocky, and ice-coated sections of the trail while ascending.

Although the majority of the southwest route is equipped with rope for security and is thought to be avalanche-free, technical climbing abilities are still necessary.

Additionally, mountaineers need to train for the expedition beforehand by engaging in activities that would prepare them for low oxygen levels.

The majority of climbers choose to participate in Ama Dablam expeditions to realize their aspirations of reaching the summit of a Himalayan mountain and to demonstrate their ability to overcome any challenge.

However, there are some more factors, such as the area’s natural beauty and cultural heritage. Despite the challenges, it is worthwhile to participate in such an excursion because of the breathtaking vistas of the Ama Dablam snow-capped mountains.

Although it is challenging to reach camps II and III and eventually the summit, the journey to a base camp is enjoyable.

Hillsides covered in colorful trees, farms, wild animals, and birds may all be seen while traveling, and there are also welcoming lodges and teahouses maintained by Sherpas.

All climbers must be technically proficient and have good rock and ice climbing ability.

Although there will be fixed rope on the majority of the routes, climbers should be capable of ascending steep rock and hard, compact ice.

As it is thought to be the safest path, free from real risks like avalanches and other things, we take the regular South West ridge route (normal way) to the summit.

The journey starts at Lukla (2850 meters), and the first few days take you through the fabled Sherpa region as you ascend the breathtaking high valley of the Khumbu.

The majority of the climbing path is located on the top of a ridge and is fixed, meaning there are no icefalls or glaciers to cross.

Although exposed and filled with sheep, the climb is reasonably safe, so it’s not really a mountain for beginners.

The price covers the price of lodging, food, and any additional expenses for things like camping, High Altitude (HA) tents, and other things as listed in the Includes section.

Although you can climb Mount Ama Dablam in both the Spring and the Autumn, we advise you to do so in the Spring.

Please get in touch with us if you have a sizable group planning to climb Mt. Makalu Expedition; we can also provide you with group discounts.

USD 3500 per person for 2022, 2023, and 2024

Sherpas climbing: $1200 per Sherpa (if required by climber)
Trip to the Tea-house Lodge & Camping


Based on 26 reviews
Unique path trekking company has excellent staff on ground to make the trekking experience very enjoyable and memorable. The guide and porters go out of their way to make each and every member of the team feel safe and secured. Mr Babu the founder owner of the company is very responsive and is able to assist every member of the team with their individual needs. I would recommend engaging Unique Path for Himalaya trekking.
Sandeep Dasgupta
Sandeep Dasgupta
I like trekking with Unique Path, the guides of this company many times made my way comfortable and safe. I traveled with them to Lobuche, Mera, Island and other places solo and in the groups with my friends. Unique Path is a reliable partner and I plan to trek with them again in Langtang region this autumn.
Andrey Oktyabrev
Andrey Oktyabrev
I have used Unique Path three times and each time the team were all helpful, friendly and informative. Every aspect of our trip to Nepal was taken care of - Pick up at the airport to take us to our hotel. Next day the excitement of getting our trekking details and depending on the trip setting out with our guide and porter. My husband and I prefer to hike on our own, so we did no group options. Our itinerary was always followed exactly. When I go hiking in Nepal this company is my first point of contact. They are a great team and are totally recommended by me and my husband.
Sylvia Schillings
Sylvia Schillings
Unique Path is a great choice for anyone who wants to explore the Himalayas. My wife and I made several treks with Unique Path to Manaslu, Kangchenjunga, Tilicho Lake, and Mustang. It goes without saying, that the scenery in Nepal is stunning. Lots of opportunity to learn about the culture and religion and traditions of Nepal. The people we met along the way were engaging and wonderful. Unique Path's staff was fantastic throughout all the trips. They were very helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. They arranged everything from transportation to accommodation to food. They also provided all the necessary equipment and guidance and handled all the permit applications. I highly recommend Unique Path trekking to anyone who loves adventure and nature. These were once-in-a-lifetime experiences that I will never forget. I am available as a reference. David
DaveBessie Parsnick
DaveBessie Parsnick
I have yet to conclude this trip due to the Pandemic but Babu's response and tour guide plan has been exemplary - I cannot wait to make the trip!
Rachel Glaysher
Rachel Glaysher
Myself and 2 buddies hired Unique Path Trekking to coordinate an EBC trek back in 2014. We couldn't have been more happy with the results...Everything went flawlessly and we had the adventure of a lifetime. Babu and his staff / guides / porters were top-notch and I highly recommend them to anyone who may be reading this.
Marc Ferrari
Marc Ferrari
As with all treks, there will be unforeseen circumstances and you’re always beholden to nature. So you want a guide and an agency that is not only experienced enough but also sensitive and quick to changes on ground. I am very grateful for the deep experience that our guide, Dambar had. He made us feel safe and constantly had everything under control despite the weather and some early sickness some of us had. Coupled with his sharp wit and deep knowledge, this became such an enjoyable climb that was filled with priceless stories that I can’t wait to tell the kids about. The porters too were a lively bunch that ultimately became friends and we shared lots of fun moments on the mountain together. Babu ensured that our arrivals, arrangements and any administrative hassles were smooth and out of our minds so we could focus on the climb ahead. Thank you Unique Path trekking & expedition. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a great time while knowing you’re in safe hands!
Josiah Ng
Josiah Ng
We were very fortunate to have Unique Path Trekking for our EBC with 3 Himalaya passes expedition, we were so happy/satisfied with Unique Path trekking. Babu ( owner of Unique Path Trekking) is so kind, knowledgeable and mellow personality so does their staff ( all guides and porters ). We had great time during this expedition in terms of lodging/food. We had large group ( ~ 18 ppl ) and believe or not no one had any single complain of food. Their guides and porters are so knowledgeable, smart, humorous made our entire expedition lots of fun. They take care of us with positive attitudes with smiley face in entire trip. I definitely recommend Unique Path Trekking for any expedition in Himalaya ( we're looking forward to go with them in Annapurna expedition in near future ). You will very glad/happy if you choose Unique Path and Trekking.
Umesh Patel
Umesh Patel
Babu and his group are exceptional We have done 2 trips organized by Babu We went to Everest base camp and recently to chitwan, Pokara and part of Annapurna cercuit Their guides are very good We will definitely use Babu and his guides again
Guru Motgi
Guru Motgi
I just returned from a wonderful hike to Everest base camp with helicopter return. I was traveling solo am so grateful to Manager Babu and guide Suresh for looking after me. It is a trip I will remember the rest of my life. We started with a half day tour of Kathmandu and then flew to lukla on the next day to begin the trek. All the arrangements were made ahead of time and the folks unique path team constantly got on the phone to make sure the logistics went smoothly. Suresh kept a moderate pace and a great sense of humor. We made good time throughout the hikes and always got to the lodges on time and in daylight with energy left for the next day. The weather also cooperated this March and we had beautiful sunny skies and gorgeous Mountain View’s throughout the trek. I really could not ask for anything more and would very much recommend unique path
Janice Cheng
Janice Cheng