When the now-legendary British DJ Paul Oakenfold made a name for himself during the 90s rave scene, his dream was to play at stages in Ibiza and the biggest and best clubs around Europe and America. Now,
For many, the Everest Base Camp Trek is the experience of a lifetime. As with any trek in a foreign country, food plays a big role in learning the culture of the region as well as nourishing you for the
Teahouses have become synonymous with the Everest Base Camp Trek and with trekking in the Himalayas in general. To those not familiar with the term, tea houses are not so much houses that serve tea, but
This guide covers the Island Peak variation of the Everest Base Camp Trek by providing a detailed itinerary of the climb and how it fits into the base camp trek schedule. We also answer various questions
The Kala Patthar Trek is not so much a trek itself, but rather an optional short hike on the Everest Base Camp trek. It is a short, typically few hours add-on that ascends Kala Patthar, a hill that provides
This guide covers the clockwise variation of the Three Passes Trek circuit by providing a detailed itinerary, route maps as well as answering questions on cost, packing, best times to trek and more.
This article covers the Jiri variation to the Everest Base Camp by providing detailed maps, itinerary and by answering various question on the logistics of the trek, the best times to trek, what to pack
The Gokyo Lakes Trek to Everest Base Camp is a variation of the traditional trek to Base Camp that offers additional sights and the wonderful opportunity to experience the beauty of the highest freshwater
As one of the most popular mountain treks in the world, the Everest Base Camp Trek is accessible to most people who have some sort of fitness level and a decent drive to last two weeks on a cold mountain!