Sign Up! Yoga Trek to Amadablam Base Camp (November 7-21, 2016)

Yoga Trek to Amadablam Base Camp (November 7-21, 2016)

From $3,685*

This is a special departure of the Amadablam Base Camp trek for Women Who Love Yoga!  Come trek through sherpa villages, among some of the highest mountains on earth towards Mount Everest, but then taking the road less traveled on this amazing Yoga Trek.

Yoga Trek

You’ll be rewarded with views of some of the tallest and most beautiful mountains on earth.  Trek through these remote mountain villages where everything must be carried in on foot, including you!

Yoga Trek

Wake each morning with a sunrise yoga session with a licensed teacher, and end each day with a mindfulness meditation. A truly special departure to rejuvenate your mojo in the majestic mountains of Nepal. 

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  • Explore sacred sites and palaces in the Kathmandu valley for two full days.
  • Visit Sherpa villages including the famous Namche village.
  • Trek to the Amadablam Base Camp with a group of adventurous, like-minded women.
  • Special extras including female staff, post-trek massage and Nepali cooking class.


Ladies! Come trek with Nepali female staff, to the Amadablam Base Camp in the Everest region of Nepal, through Sherpa villages, among some of the highest mountains on earth! Mount Everest, better known as Sagarmatha among Nepalis and Chomolungma among Tibetan-speaking communities, attracts many visitors who come to glimpse the world’s highest peak but return with much more: an appreciation of the local people who make their home in this high and difficult landscape, a spirit of adventure that brings them back to the Himalayas, and life-changing personal experiences.

Yoga Trek

Your journey will begin in Kathmandu, the ancient capital city of Nepal.   You’ll spend a day exploring the historic temples and landmarks that encompass the bustling city.

A scenic flight to Lukla will offer spectacular views of the Himalayas before starting the trek the same day. As you hike through villages of the famous Sherpa people, you will be rewarded with spectacular views of snow-capped mountains that rise above the clouds. All along the way, you will be rewarded with spectacular views of some of the tallest mountains on earth including the tallest – Mt. Everest. We will spend two nights at Pangboche (13,100ft.) and have an option to visit the Amadablam Base Camp (14,900 ft.). Amadablam is a peculiarly shaped mountain and is one of the most beautiful and recognizable peaks in the Himalayas. Amadablam means “mothers necklace”.

This special Women’s Only Amadablam Base Camp Trek will also include many “extras” including daily yoga/meditation, a post-trek massage, Nepali cooking class, a free day in Kathmandu for exploring and more special touches. There will be a predominantly female staff including porters and assistant guide.

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