As I sipped tea, I looked out the sunroom’s wall-size window in awe: In the distance, high above the deep Kumbu valley and piercing through a layer of misty haze, the unmistakable dark pyramid tip of Mt. Everest,” he wrote of his experience in a travelogue for Vogue. “It was surreal and quite fabulous. And it was overwhelming. Twenty-four hours ago I was in Kathmandu. Forty-eight hours later I was going to be half-way to New York. But at that moment, in one of the most remote parts of the world, I was having breakfast with Mt. Everest and some of nature’s most stunning works around me. I was humbled, and I had fallen in love with Nepal all over again.”

– Prabal Gurung
“WOW – The Everest base camp helicopter trip you took us on for Valentines Day was fantastic. The 45 min helicopter ride there and back gave us some of the most spectacular views ever. Breakfast looking up at Everest and the other major mountains in the range was so inspiring and humbling at the same time. It was a once in a lifetime experience we will never forget. And having Tashi Tenzig as our guide was an unexpected bonus. We’re already planning a trip back to hike it now too. ” Thanks

– Cameron Herold
I am just leaving Nepal and have had the most amazing time, thanks to the superb service of Thamserku Trekking. Kathmandu Come on you Kiwis this a must see. (Put it on your “bucket list”) The experience changes you. To have a champagne breakfast at base camp Everest… and take in the wonder of the mountains. You reflect on the magnificence of the mountain and the ‘greats’ that have conquered it. Especially Sir Ed. Truly a “once in a lifetime” experience. The service of Thamserku Trekking is seamless. Staff professional and careful. They have created an experience that you will be talking about for many years to come. I am in transit right now, but will post my pictures as soon as I can. Thank you Thamerku Trekking.. I certainly will be commenting on Trip Advisor

– Allison Mooney