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Activities: Trekking
  • Duration : 20 Days
  • Max Elevation :460m.
  • Trip Grade : Adventure/High Pass
  • Accomodation: Tea House/Homestay
  • Meals : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Best Time : September to December & Mach to June
  • Start / Ending :Tumlingtar to Tumlingtar
  • Transportation: Both way by Flight
  • Group Size: 02+ Pax
  • Destination : Nepal

Makalu Base camp TrekkingThe Makalu Base Camp trekking trail starts from Khandbari and runs through the Makalu Barun National (MBC) Park and Buffer Zone area. Mt. Makalu (8,463 m), the world’s fifth highest mountain, (MBC) Park and its rich variety of flora and fauna, the culture of local ethnic groups like Sherpa, Tamang, Gurung, the green fields , the rural life, the local people’s hospitality, tea house/home stay accommodation, volunteering opportunity, local food and drinks, local guides and porters are the trek’s main attractions.

Adventure Mountain Guide Most organizes, coordinates and facilitates Makalu Base Camp (MBC) social trek from Khadnbari with the help of local experienced guide porters.The local people welcome the guests and provide food and accommodations services to the trekkers. In return the guests pay for food and accommodation directly them

Note :

According to actual plan extend the date on a trip above the custom Itinerary and take Private Jeep From Kathmandu to Syabrubesi and Melanchipul to Kathmandu and also if you need luxury accommodation after your trip that cost will be additional. We cannot guarantee it if weather, road condition bad, and vehicle breakdown mountain acute sickness for trekkers. We will try to ensure that our official schedule trip runs, And if you have more extra days pre-plan then let us inform we assist by your requirement. You can Contact directly Tour Operator Email: info@adventuremountainguide.net

Details Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m)
Day 02: Full day Sight Seeing Kathmandu Valley
Day 03: Fly to Tumlingtar (518m), Trek to Khadbari (1025m)
Day 04: Trek from Khadbari to Chichila (1,800m)
Day 05: Trek from Chichile to Num (1,500m)
Day 06: Trek Num to Seduwa (1,493m)
Day 07: Trek Seduwa to Tashi Gaon (2,200m)
Day 08: Trek Tashi Gaun to Kahuma Danda (3,500m)
Day 09: Trek Kahuma Danda to Mumbuk (3,400m)
Day 10: Trek Mumbuk to Nehe Kharka (3,750m)
Day 11: Trek from Nehe Kharka to Sherson (4,600m)
Day 12: Free day at Sherson for a day excursion
Day 13: Trek Sherson to Yangri Kharka (3,645m)
Day 14: Trek from Yangri Kharka to Mumbuk (3,400m)
Day 15: Trek from Mumbuk to Kahuma Danda (3,500m)
Day 16: Trek from Kahuma Danda to Navagaun (2,500m) via Tashi Gaun
Day 17: Trek from Navagaun to Num via Seduwa
Day 18: Trek from Num to Chichile (1,800m)
Day 19: Trek from Chichile to Khadbari
Day 20: Trek from Khadbari to Tumlingtar (400m)
Day 21: Fly from Tumlingtar to Kathmandu
Day 23: Final International Departure

Cost Details

    Cost Includes

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up and Drop by private car/van/bus
  • Bothway Flight ticket Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and Tumlingtar to Kathmandu
  • Hotel In Kathmandu: 2 Nights standard accommodation in Katmandu include Breakfast
  • You’re Meal in During the Trekking as Your standard meals (3 times a day Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with cup of tea or Coffee)
  • All Trekking Permit (Dhorpatan Park Permit) and TIMS Card.
  • Local Transportation
  • All accommodations in lodge/tea houses during the treks
  • Trekking Guide: An experienced, helpful, friendly and English speaking Trekking Guide. His well- paid salary, meals, accommodation insurance etc
  • Trekking Porter: porters (1 porter for 2 peoples). Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation
  • After the Success Trip, Everest Trekking Routes will Provides Adventure Certificate
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
  • All government taxes
  • Service charge

    Cost Includes

  • Meals and Accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Deserts (cakes, bakes and pies)
  • Additional size of Pots Hot Drinks
  • Bottled drinks
  • Boiled water
  • Electronic device re-charge
  • Hot shower
  • On the trekking Wi- Fi
  • Personal expenses any type
  • Travel insurance and evacuation insurance
  • Tipping for Guide and Porter

Trip Map

Client Reviews

Jasen Moore & Helen Kerrandjas


While Rabin is a very knowledgeable and cabable guide it was his kindness, Warm smile, and Constant eagernessto help that made our trip truly memorable. Rabin quickly earned our trust and friendship and would be an exlcellent campanion on any trek ! we would very happily Recommend Rabin to any one who is making a trip in Nepal. He is is a wonderful person, and a good friend.



This is my second trip with Rabin and I am already looking forward to a third trip with him soon. That show how much I value his services, his extensive experiences with the treks, his honesty and of course, the great supporting staffs he have. I feel safe and well taken care of with Rabin as my guide. He is a man with integrity and deal in a most honest way with us. This is unlike lots of horror stories you read about guides and tea-house owners collaborating to fleece hikers. We pay exactly what we consumed at the tea-houses based on the published menu prices, no more and no less. With Rabin, there is no hidden cost.

With more than 20 years of trekking experiences, he gave good advises on the route and safety measures to take. For example, he insisted that we started off early on a particular day so that we will reach a section with ice-sheet before the ice started to melt and traversing the ice-sheet becomes dangerous and difficult. We have a large team of porters and assistant guides to take care of our team of 12 hikers and everyone on Rabin's team have been extremely helpful and friendly. My teenage son enjoyed playing Uno and sliding down the ABC icy slope with a teenage porter, a fellow hiker who has walking difficulties was supported all the way by assistant guides and porters and our meals were all ordered in advance so the group don't have to wait long for food to be served.

Patibut Preeyawongsakul

Bankok, Thailand

If you feel tl;dr, please skip to the last line. My name is Patibut Preeyawongsakul. I have been trekking since 2012. I do either individual trekking or going with mountain guide. I was with Rabin on Annapurna Trekking in Dec 2015. Not only on the mountains, but also roaming around in the city. I was with him for totally 15 days. By 4 years of my trekking around Asia (and a little hiking in US), Rabin is the best mountain guide so far. Rabin knows how to take care any kind of trekkers from slow ladies to teenagers. Luckily we didn't need his first aid kit which he always carry it in his backpack. He's expert in almost mountains' information in Nepal (including sometimes Tibet). He can calculate trip's timing very precisely.

We could change itinerary on the way we walk without affecting flight schedule (we had one more day on the base camp last time.) Though, His skill still not matches his humbleness and hospitality. I had been seriously discussing with him for 6 months with nothing guarantee I'd go with him, but he happily helped me decide which route to take. He frankly showed the cost breakdown before we make final decision. He welcomed us at the airport, and all of my team had his souvenirs on the day we flew back to our home country. If you want a short review, Hire this guy. 10/10 would go with him again.