Through the Mountains to yourself. Everest
About the tour
We offer you a completely new tracking format – “Who am I? Through the mountains to ourselves”, in that, in spite of the standard program, together we maintain the completed life, the most powerful reboot in our life. Every day we constantly monitor through the scale of various technologies and go deeper into understanding ourselves, our life. Look for delicious fruits, connect with yourself, your meanings and values in life.
This is a program for those who are confused, stuck, lost inner support, experiencing apathy or burnout, are in a state of depression, cannot break through the current level in life, do not understand themselves where to go and what to do.
This is a program for those who are tired and want to connect with themselves. For those who want to stop PREPARING TO LIVE AND START LIVING, making the next year the best year of their life
What we will do and what topics to study:
The entire program will be aimed not only at a deep reboot of our body, mind and our state in general, but also at understanding ourselves, how we are arranged, how easy it is for us to come to our any goals and dreams.
- Our values and mission in life, our talents, connecting with which we get an endless source of energy (connect with ourselves), on which we can go far, on a large scale, getting the desired result.
- Understanding of ourselves, our inner structure, our true goals and tools, thanks to which we can easily come to this.
- Our mission – you will get a solid understanding of how to feel and realize it.
On the program, you will be able to resolve all your internal issues, conflicts in life, with people, etc., to understand what to do next.
What will help us:
- Human design is a practical system of self-knowledge that very quickly allows you to answer questions about yourself, how we are arranged at the cellular level and figure out how to interact with ourselves. Our task is not to give you a theory, but to start a process of changes in you.
You will learn:
– why do some succeed, while others do not
– how to find your real goals and move towards them correctly
– why we get sick, suffer, and how to get away from it
– how to acquire a resource state and always maintain it
– what really inspires me
– how to solve problems in relationships with partners, colleagues, family, friends
– how to make the right decisions
– where is my money? How to start earning or break through the ceiling
– how not to go crazy and cope with emotions
– what are your strengths and weaknesses
– what are our key competencies
– how to find your way, find your favorite business
- Psychology and Transformational practices and tasks to find oneself, to achieve and consolidate the maximum result
After tracking, you will feel a surge of strength and energy, connect with your uniqueness and your meanings, and begin to create any results in your life. Create a long-term vision of yourself and an action plan for the coming year with clear and concrete steps to achieve what you want, gain a team of like-minded people who will always support and help you. Stop working on something, look for answers and start acting and LIVING.
Who is leading?
The transformational coach Andrey Yurkov is in charge of the immersion. Author and methodologist of the Who am I program. He helped over 1,000 people to reveal their potential, start LIVING their lives and change all spheres (money and realization, relationships, health). Creator of the Who Am I community. Author of retreat programs all over the world.
Below you can see the results of Andrey’s program participants:
Program through the Mountains to yourself
Day 1. Arrive in Kathmandu. Expedition members arrive at the airport “Tribhuvan.” Another half an hour before the landing you can see the velvety green hilly Kathmandu valley out of the airplane window, which from the North is surrounded by Himalayan mountain ranges sparkling glaciers. The time difference between Moscow and Kathmandu is + 2 hours 45 minutes. The first thing you will often hear during your stay in Nepal is a traditional greeting “Namaste”, which literally means “In your person I salute God.” Nepalese visa can be obtained at the airport. The group meets the guide who will take them to the hotel and answer all the questions concerning the trek to Everest base camp. In the evening we all have dinner in national Nepalese cuisine restaurant.
Day 2. Fly to Lukla (2800m) and trek to Phakding (2652 m). On the second day group departs from Kathmandu to Lukla by small plane. The flight takes about 45 minutes. Already from Lukla the trek to base camp begins. The route passes through the farms and villages of Sherpas along the trail and goes to Dudkoshi river and then down to Phakding. Along the way you will meet Tadokola river, from its banks you can admire the magnificent views of Kusum-Kangaroo. Then the group crosses the river by a suspension bridge and after a short ascent goes to the Ghat village. After another half hour of walking the group arrives to the Pakding village where stops for the night.
Day 3. Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3400 m). The group starts the route in the morning. After crossing the suspension bridge over the river Dudkoshi we follow the road with little ascents and descents, and amazing views of the mountains Tamserku (6608 m) opens from the village Benkar. The road goes through several bridges and leads to Monjo, the settlement, where the main entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park is located. The Group enters the national park, and goes down to the suspension bridge over the river Bhotekoshi. Across the bridge Dzhorsal village begins. This is the last town before Namche Bazaar. The road leads through the bridge Imdzhatse River, from where winding trail goes up to Namche Bazaar. Amazing views of Everest, Lhotse and Kvangde peaks, as well as short-range view of the peak Tavache, are opening form this trail. Finally, the group reaches the village of Namche Bazaar, which is called the “village of colored houses.” It is the main gateway to the Khumbu region. Here the group stops for the night.
Day 4. Rest day in Namche Bazaar (3400 m). Today the members of the group can visit the hotel “Everest”, where they can admire the panorama. They can also walk to the local shops and the market, which is particularly lively on Saturdays, or visit the Sherpa Museum. This is a great place to get acquainted with the Sherpa culture and mountaineering history.
Day 5. Descent to the river, long ascent to the famous Tengboche High Monastery (4 hours, 3860 m). Night at the lodge.
Day 6. Track to Pheriche (4250m). The trail passes through high hinged bridges, above the “boiling” through the huge white boulders streams.
Day 7. Pheriche – Lobuche (4910m). The rise on the plateau, on which with a small climb we will approach the moraine of the Khumbu glacier.
Day 8. Trekking from Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5190m), visit Everest Base Camp. From Lobuche the group makes a two-hour shift by the winding rocky path to Gorakshep, from where there are beautiful views of the mountains Kalapatar, Pumori, Nuptse and the valley Gorakshep. Then the group relaxes in a hotel, making a tea break, and then makes quite a long hike to Everest Base Camp and back. Hard day, but overfilled with emotions.
Day 9. Ascent to the summit of Kalapatar mountain, trek. The ascent is quite difficult because of the thinner air. In the “hot” season this road is quite crowded. A large number of people come to Nepal only in order to see Everest and the Khumbu glacier. There are excellent views of Mount Pumori. Climb Kalapatar from Gorakshep takes from two to two and a half hours. The group then returnes back to the hotel in Lobuche to spend a night there.
Day 10. Tengboche, overnight in huts.
Day 11. Trekking to Namche Bazaar (3446m). The trek from Pangboche to Namche Bazaar is carried out by the same route which the group used during the ascent a few days ago. The hike takes about five to six hours.
Day 12. Trekking from Namche Bazaar to Lukla. It takes from four to five hours. Descent is quite slow, so you can enjoy the beautiful green landscapes surrounding Sherpas’ village. In Lukla there will be a farewell dinner with all the team members.
Day 13. Flight to Kathmandu. This day the group is given free time in the city, and then is accommodated in the hotel.
Day 14. Departure from Kathmandu
Everest base camp trek cost includes:
- Airport transfers – Pick up and drop.
- 1 Nepalese English – speaking trekking guide for the group.
- 2 Nights on DBL 3*** Hotel accommodations with breakfast in Kathmandu.
- Overnight accommodation in Hotel/Lodges along the trail.
- Entry permit fee to Sagarmatha National Park.
- Khumbu Region Permit
Everest base camp trek cost does not include:
- Domestic airfare (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu).
- International flights
- Nepal entry visa fee.
- The cost of baggage transportation on the flight Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
- Personal Porters on the trek.
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
- Food during the trek.
- Any changes of the program
- Any costs associated with the rescue and non-scheduled evacuation
Any costs associated with program changes
- Valid passport
- Airline tickets
- Backpack 30-50L
- Sleeping bag (comfort 0C)
- Ski/trekking poles
Clothing and shoes.
- Wind and waterproof layer – Pants and Jacket. Gore-Tex, for example.
- Fleece pants and jacket
- Thermo underwear layer – top and bottom
- Dawn jacket.
- Thick gloves
- Thin gloves
- Warm hat
- Underwear, socks and so on
- Some warm socks
- Trekking shoes/trekking boots
- Shower accessories, toothpaste, toothbrush
- Ski goggles
- Thermos (1 liter, better without button)
- Sunblock and lip balm
- Personal medical kit
- Spare contact lenses or glasses
- Knee supports