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Porter Guide from Lukla

Porter Guide from Lukla

Everest Region
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Trip Facts

Duration : 8-17 Days Max-Altitude : 5545 Program Type : Tea house Best Season : Feb-May and Sep-Dec Per Day Walking : 4/5 Trek Grade : Grade 3:

Since the terrain can be hard and the days long, hikers on these treks should be in good physical condition and have some previous mountain walking experience. Steep climbing may be involved, although it is never necessary to use ropes. Treks at this level can he arranged for periods of 16 to 21 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should expect to trek above 5416m/17872ft.

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Hiring a guide/porters for Everest base camp trek from Lukla

Expert Guide and porter hire for Everest base camp trek from Lukla. Our Independent guide team is here to make you more comfortable for your journey to Everest Region Treks and climbing at any trekking peak.

Our guides and porters are skillfully fluent in English and have a wealth of knowledge about each and every corner of Everest region treks. They have licensed sherpa guides, and porter guides who are dedicated to ensuring your milestone goals are achieved.

The popular trekking destinations of the Everest region are Everest base camp Gokyo TrekAma Dablam base campNamche Bazaar TrekTengboche Monastery, three passes trek, Gokyo Ri TrekKala Patthar, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, and Island Peak.

Hiring a Guide for Everest base camp

Our guides, porter cum guides are familiar with the culture and traditions of the area. When you’re trekking by yourself, you can easily miss the hidden spots. There are many myths, legends, and stories about the mountains that you will hear. You will also be able to interact with local people through guides. For unforgettable cultural experiences in Nepal, they can interpret or connect with locals. Your guide and porter will play a greater role in making your trek “an adventure dream come true”

Our team is well prepared, fully insured, and insured with COVID-19 from Nepal wilderness trekking PVT, a government-registered trekking agency. A Nepal wilderness trekking agency is run by guides and porters who have worked as porters and guides in our agencies for many years. All our guides and porters have excellent services Reviews on TripAdvisor>>

1. Do We Have To Pay Guide/Porter Flight Tickets?

A: No, you don’t have to pay, because our porters/guides are Lukla base, originally from the Everest region. Your trek starts from Lukla and ends in Lukla. As soon as you finish your trek, they lead other clients. If you choose to hire a guide from Kathmandu, you will have to pay for both flight tickets.

2. How Do We Find Him In Lukla?

A: After you confirm your trip with us, we provide complete information to our guide or porter. They will be at Lukla airport to pick you up with your name tag on the paperboard.

3. How Does The Guide Act In An Emergency?

The guide will transfer you immediately if there is an emergency during your treks, such as altitude sickness, injury, or evacuation sickness. The guide understands more about altitude symptoms because of their training and finds fast solutions to problems.

4. How Much Guide Wages Per Day?

A: hiring a guide for the Everest base camp trek cost details. the Guide wage U$D 30 per day, Porter cum guide U$D 25 per day, Porter U$D 22 per day including 3-time meals, accommodations, equipment, insurance, and salary. One-time services charge and government tax are $30 per pax when you hire guide service to start your Trek from Lukla.

5. How many Kilograms will the porter guide carry?

The Porter carry 20 kg and porter cum guide 10/15 kg to carries. But guides don’t.

Supporting the local guide and porter economy

Tourism is usually the source of income for local guides. By hiring a guide for the Everest region trek from Lukla, you will be helping a person and their family to earn a living. As you travel, someone else is happily working a job that supports their entire family.


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171 Reviews

TripAdvisor
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Fotini B on May 06, 2019.
We wanted to book the services of a guide and porter only and be flexible with our itinerary. Himal provided us with an excellent guide who was accommodated our needs and could assess accurately what we would be able to achieve in the time we…More
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Johannes A on April 22, 2019.
Very good experience from both the manager in Kathmandu (Himal) and our porter/guide Parki. We did EBC and were planning on doing Cho la pass, but the weather turned bad so decided not to do. Parki did all our ordering of food and booking…more»
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Sean A Eaton on March 7, 2019.
Just wanted to say how good Parkhidahn was as our porter cum guide and that I would thoroughly recommend him to any of your other customers. He was always pleasant and attentive and very good-natured in spite of the difficult weather…more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By iansc4 on November 25, 2018.
Trip to EBC October 2018. Was concerned about trekking in a busy period (peak October) so we contacted Himal by email several months before arriving in Kathmandu. He arranged our flights to Lukla and for a porter/guide to meet us in Lukla…more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Rbaher on October 22, 2018.
During the preparation stage of planning our trek to Everest Base Camp, I discovered the Nepal Wilderness Trekking website. I found it easy to navigate and informative. I sent Mr Himal an email and was amazed at his quick response…More>>
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Natalie E On July 03, 2017
I used Himal to organise a porter and book my flights to Lukla. When I arrived in Kathmandu I went to his office, paid for the flight, received the tickets and told me a porter would be waiting for me when I arrived at Lukla airport…more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Daniel M On June 25, 2017
NWT was a great part of the success for my climbing partner and I to climb a Himalayan peak. It was an incredible experience to climb in the Khumbu (Everest) Range and to connect with the people and culture… more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Kevin D On July 3, 2017
Getting a porter guide through Nepal Wilderness trekking is secure and straightforward. Our porter guide Lal was very helpful and reliable. Many people said the guide is not necessary as the trail is easy to navigate, but what I think is a good guide …  more»
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Jude B On June 18, 2017
Himal has arranged internal flights and reliable, professional porters for my husband and me on 2 recent visits to Nepal. His service is always efficient, friendly, and tailored to our precise needs with a minimum of fuss and a huge dose of Nepalese charm and smiles…More»

Nepal Wilderness Treks is located at Z Street Thamel, {{Locations Road Map}}. Or contact me by phone / WhatsApp  +977-9849693351 for further more information.

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From Australian
I used Himal to organize a porter and book my flights to Lukla. When I arrived in Kathmandu, I went to his office, paid for...
From United States
Porter Guide from Lukla Excellent experience with my guide Dhyan Bahadur exploring the high elevation permanent Sherpa communities on the Dudh Khosi and Bhote Khosi...

Hiring a guide/porters for Everest base camp trek from Lukla

Expert Guide and porter hire for Everest base camp trek from Lukla. Our Independent guide team is here to make you more comfortable for your journey to Everest Region Treks and climbing at any trekking peak.

Our guides and porters are skillfully fluent in English and have a wealth of knowledge about each and every corner of Everest region treks. They have licensed sherpa guides, and porter guides who are dedicated to ensuring your milestone goals are achieved.

The popular trekking destinations of the Everest region are Everest base camp Gokyo TrekAma Dablam base campNamche Bazaar TrekTengboche Monastery, three passes trek, Gokyo Ri TrekKala Patthar, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, and Island Peak.

Hiring a Guide for Everest base camp

Our guides, porter cum guides are familiar with the culture and traditions of the area. When you’re trekking by yourself, you can easily miss the hidden spots. There are many myths, legends, and stories about the mountains that you will hear. You will also be able to interact with local people through guides. For unforgettable cultural experiences in Nepal, they can interpret or connect with locals. Your guide and porter will play a greater role in making your trek “an adventure dream come true”

Our team is well prepared, fully insured, and insured with COVID-19 from Nepal wilderness trekking PVT, a government-registered trekking agency. A Nepal wilderness trekking agency is run by guides and porters who have worked as porters and guides in our agencies for many years. All our guides and porters have excellent services Reviews on TripAdvisor>>

1. Do We Have To Pay Guide/Porter Flight Tickets?

A: No, you don’t have to pay, because our porters/guides are Lukla base, originally from the Everest region. Your trek starts from Lukla and ends in Lukla. As soon as you finish your trek, they lead other clients. If you choose to hire a guide from Kathmandu, you will have to pay for both flight tickets.

2. How Do We Find Him In Lukla?

A: After you confirm your trip with us, we provide complete information to our guide or porter. They will be at Lukla airport to pick you up with your name tag on the paperboard.

3. How Does The Guide Act In An Emergency?

The guide will transfer you immediately if there is an emergency during your treks, such as altitude sickness, injury, or evacuation sickness. The guide understands more about altitude symptoms because of their training and finds fast solutions to problems.

4. How Much Guide Wages Per Day?

A: hiring a guide for the Everest base camp trek cost details. the Guide wage U$D 30 per day, Porter cum guide U$D 25 per day, Porter U$D 22 per day including 3-time meals, accommodations, equipment, insurance, and salary. One-time services charge and government tax are $30 per pax when you hire guide service to start your Trek from Lukla.

5. How many Kilograms will the porter guide carry?

The Porter carry 20 kg and porter cum guide 10/15 kg to carries. But guides don’t.

Supporting the local guide and porter economy

Tourism is usually the source of income for local guides. By hiring a guide for the Everest region trek from Lukla, you will be helping a person and their family to earn a living. As you travel, someone else is happily working a job that supports their entire family.


TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0

171 Reviews

TripAdvisor
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Fotini B on May 06, 2019.
We wanted to book the services of a guide and porter only and be flexible with our itinerary. Himal provided us with an excellent guide who was accommodated our needs and could assess accurately what we would be able to achieve in the time we…More
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Johannes A on April 22, 2019.
Very good experience from both the manager in Kathmandu (Himal) and our porter/guide Parki. We did EBC and were planning on doing Cho la pass, but the weather turned bad so decided not to do. Parki did all our ordering of food and booking…more»
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Sean A Eaton on March 7, 2019.
Just wanted to say how good Parkhidahn was as our porter cum guide and that I would thoroughly recommend him to any of your other customers. He was always pleasant and attentive and very good-natured in spite of the difficult weather…more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By iansc4 on November 25, 2018.
Trip to EBC October 2018. Was concerned about trekking in a busy period (peak October) so we contacted Himal by email several months before arriving in Kathmandu. He arranged our flights to Lukla and for a porter/guide to meet us in Lukla…more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Rbaher on October 22, 2018.
During the preparation stage of planning our trek to Everest Base Camp, I discovered the Nepal Wilderness Trekking website. I found it easy to navigate and informative. I sent Mr Himal an email and was amazed at his quick response…More>>
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Natalie E On July 03, 2017
I used Himal to organise a porter and book my flights to Lukla. When I arrived in Kathmandu I went to his office, paid for the flight, received the tickets and told me a porter would be waiting for me when I arrived at Lukla airport…more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Daniel M On June 25, 2017
NWT was a great part of the success for my climbing partner and I to climb a Himalayan peak. It was an incredible experience to climb in the Khumbu (Everest) Range and to connect with the people and culture… more »
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Kevin D On July 3, 2017
Getting a porter guide through Nepal Wilderness trekking is secure and straightforward. Our porter guide Lal was very helpful and reliable. Many people said the guide is not necessary as the trail is easy to navigate, but what I think is a good guide …  more»
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5.0 Reviews By Jude B On June 18, 2017
Himal has arranged internal flights and reliable, professional porters for my husband and me on 2 recent visits to Nepal. His service is always efficient, friendly, and tailored to our precise needs with a minimum of fuss and a huge dose of Nepalese charm and smiles…More»

Nepal Wilderness Treks is located at Z Street Thamel, {{Locations Road Map}}. Or contact me by phone / WhatsApp  +977-9849693351 for further more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, our entire guide have Government training guide license Porter/guide license
Yes, all our guide, porter/guide and porter have well equipment and highlander trekking insurance from Nepal wilderness trekking agency.
The Best time to do Everest base camp trek is September-December and February-May
The difficulty of Everest base Camp trek is Strenuous, 12 to 15 Km hike per day.

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