Guide Porter Hire from Lukla in the Everest trekking region including Mt. Everest base camp trek is possible at any time of the year: As we are Local tourism promoters and entrepreneurs, our guide porter service team has managed Local guides and porters from Lukla. Lukla is a tourism junction of Khumbu Valley and Mount Everest (wiki) region where the Hillary Airport at Lukla makes so much busy for all the local's outfitter and surrounding valleys of Solukhumbu District, Though its District headquarter is in Salleri for all the official documents. Lukla lies at the height of 2,860m from sea level where our local guide porters are on standby to welcome you at the airport for Everest trekking (any treks) as soon as you made your Lukla flight from Kathmandu. Our Lukla guides and porters are all trained and have years of experience in guiding, doing porter, and supporting the Himalayas Expeditions and trekking in the Everest region of the Khumbu valley.
Hiring a guide and porter from Lukla makes it easier to organize your trip and support the local people by providing jobs through our guide porter service team where the snake shapes passages are in and around the smaller peaks of the World's highest peak Mt. Everest 8,848m, Amadablam, and many others. The motto of our company, Passages Nepal treks and Expeditions is to promote local tourism in a sustainable way following the rules of Nature and its eco-tourism. Making Trip to the Everest base camp and Kalapthar, Everest view trek, Gokyo valley trek, and Other many short and long treks including high passes like 3 passes trek through Namche Bazaar is so popular in the region as well as peak climbing like Island peak climbing, Mera peak climb via Lukla and many others in the Everest region. But our guide porters are capable enough and available for all kinds of peak climbing, expeditions, and trekking as well as local culture guides and historical places like Tengboche, Pangboche, and Thame monasteries.
Our trekking and climbing guides are aware of the pollution, mountain melting, and global warming so, they keep Sagarmatha National park clean. The Sagarmatha National park covers an area of 1,110Km2 where a variety of flora and fauna are available. The SPCC or the Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee was expanded in 1991 to control the trash dumb made by trekking, Expedition, and mountaineering groups where you need to make garbage deposit for Mountaineering and peak climbing groups but not for the Trekking parties. The Trekking parties need to get an entry permit from ECAP and TIMS. All our documentation will be made in the office in Kathmandu.
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