Himalayan Kingdom Package


Looking For the Ultimate Himalayan Experience?

Consider combining our Bhutan Tour and Everest Workshop Trek into one phenomenal trip at a special price!¬†Each of these trips would be amazing on their own, but I’ve scheduled them to smoothly overlap by a day to allow those of you adventurous enough to join us for both. I’m calling this joint adventure the “Himalayan Kingdom* Package”.

We’ll start off in Kathmandu, Nepal and fly to Bhutan for a week of overland sightseeing. There will be fortresses, temples, open-air markets, monasteries, lush forests, glacial valleys and high mountain passes. One week later we’ll fly back to Kathmandu, where we’ll welcome the Everest Workshop Trek Team into the mix. We’ll spend time exploring some of Kathmandu’s ancient temples and modern nightlife and then fly to the remote town of Lukla to begin our trek to Mount Everest! Now on foot in a completely roadless region, we’ll explore the famed Namche Bazaar, Gokyo Lakes, Everest Base Camp and stand atop Kala Patthar. Finally we’ll descend the Khumbu Valley into alpine forests under the strikingly beautiful Ama Dablam and visit the Tengboche Monastery before returning to Lukla and Kathmandu.

This is a rare opportunity to take in many diverse cultures and landscapes while having the adventure filmed and documented on The Rest of Everest.

The Details

The Himalayan Kingdom Package Tour & Workshop will be held from April 27-May 26, 2014.

Pricing for this amazing package is $8999 (+$600 single supplement if desired). That’s a $300 savings off the price of the individual trips.¬†Participants are responsible for round-trip airfare from their country of residence to Kathmandu, mandatory evacuation and travel insurance, visa fees, and airport exit fees.

Registration for the Himalayan Kingdom Package 2014 will open at 9am MDT on October 1st, 2013. Space on each Team is limited, so register early!

Click here for more information on the Bhutan portion of the package.

Click here for more information on the Everest Workshop portion of the package.



Have a question or concern? Please use the contact form below. Thank you for your interest in the Himalayan Kingdom Package 2014! -Jon Miller

*OK, Nepal isn’t actually a kingdom anymore. As of 2008 it is officially the Democratic Republic of Nepal, but “Himalayan Kingdom Package” sure has a nice ring to it!

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