In April 2018
Rawles is taking an intrepid team of people to Everest Base Camp for the
trip of a lifetime, and are looking for people who would like take part.
This is an amazing opportunity to trek the beautiful foothills of Nepal
while immersing yourself in the stunning culture. We get to see wonders and
places that normal trekking groups don't see and spend time assisting, and
helping, the next generation of Nepalese with their education and the future
of an amazing country.
For the month of May there is a special discount on the deposit meaning for
ONLY £425 you can secure your space on this wonderful trekking experience
(normally £500). Final payment of $1,600 is then due at the start of the
expedition in Kathmandu.
This is an opportunity to challenge yourself, be immersed in a stunning
culture/environment and give something to the wonderful people of Nepal.
Help the next generation of Nepalese kids with their education and
create the right environment for them to learn.
Arrive Kathmandu 31st March 2018 (depart day before from
country of origin)
Depart Kathmandu 15th April 2018 (arrive day after in country of origin)
- Day 01 Arrive Kathmandu
- Day 02 Flight to Lukla (2900m) & Trek to Phakding (2660m)
- Day 03 Trek to Namche (3440m)
- Day 04 Trek to Pangboche (3900m)
- Day 05 Trek to Pheriche (4270m)
- Day 06 Acclimatisation day in Pheriche (4270m)
- Day 07 Trek to Lobuche (4930m)
- Day 08 Trek to Gorak Shep (5184m) and attempt at Kalar Pattar Peak
- Day 09 Everest Base Camp (5350m) - Return To Gorak Shep (5184m)
- Day 10 Trek to Pheriche (4270m)
- Day 11 Trek to Deboche (3600m) - or continue on to Namche (3450m)
- Day 12 Trek to Namche (3450m) or Trek to Lukla (2900m)
- Day 13 Flight to Kathmandu
- Day 14 Kathmandu and tourist stuff or shopping
- Day 15 Fly home
What Jason Rawles Has to Say
Nepal has a very special place in the heart of Jason Rawles for some of the
following reasons as explained by himself –
My first trip to the region changed them. At that point in my life I was
measuring my life success as a percentage against a target or the type of
car being driven. The simplicity of life in Nepal is refreshing and the
beauty of the culture will knock you sideways. Imagine waking up and living
every second of your day for the good of others. This is what Nepalese
Two people I cared for died in the avalanche that swept through Everest that
was initiated by the earthquake. Such an unfair card to be dealt to people
who give their all, for everyone and everything, rather than themselves. It
was then that we made the decision to run commercial operations to Nepal, as
our money being pumped in to their economy will help far more than a couple
of nice Facebook posts.
I’m sure you’ve all seen pictures. The scenery is nothing
short of staggering. Still, after many trips, I am left breathless by what
unfolds in front of me. You’ll see famous mountains, monasteries,
architecture, rivers, gorges and much, much more. But sometimes you have to
remember to put the camera down and just soak it all up as a picture won’t
recreate what your eyes are absorbing.
Being at high altitude is hard and back to back days on your
feet can debilitate. While these words may project difficulty, and it is,
what it also represents is a challenge. We all love a challenge don’t we?!?
My promise is, if we work together in advance, and we plan correctly, you’ll
be able to achieve this and you’ll revel in a new found confidence and
belief in capability.
What’s also really important is that this expedition provides an experience
way beyond what other operators can offer. We bring fair wages to sherpa’s
and porters and we consider the local guides as friends and I personally
know, and care for, their families and children.
We go to places and see things that other treks cannot offer or get access
to because of the deep relationships we have.
We also know the area like the back of our hands and have extensive
experience at high altitude including dealing with medical issues and having
the correct safety management procedures in place.
Expedition life is fantastic. We stay in lodges along the
way which means we get to immerse ourselves more deeply in to the culture.
We have discussions with the owners and get stuck in to conversations about
religion and the way of life. As we pass through villages we talk with the
kids, and play games as we stop for tea and cake. While we have rest breaks
to help acclimatise there is also an ever changing environment to make you
go WOW with every second, of every day.
Want to Get Involved? Find Out More:
What we are hoping from this article is that we spread the word. Not just of
this expedition but of the wonderful people in Nepal – so, yes, please think about coming along with
Jason Rawles and the team. What we do, is very personal, and no other company can do
what we offer.
If you would like to be part of something AMAZING please
Rawles website , drop them an email and they'll send more details or you
book your place online. Pay only the deposit of £450 now to secure your space on this
wonderful trekking experience. Final payment of $1,650 is
then due at the start of the expedition in Kathmandu.
The people of Nepal are our friends, let’s get out there and show our love
while embarking on a challenge that will change your life, and outlook.