Everest Base Camp Trek Packing List

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Amanda OBrien
Hi! I became a travel blogger a year ago after 15 years in big corporate marketing jobs. I now do a mix of digital marketing consulting and blogging - hoping to make it 100% blogging eventually! My blog is about luxury adventures in Emerging Destinations that end with a high thread count on your sheets. My key focus is emerging destinations - whether it is a country that has not been visited much or a lesser known part of a well known country. And lots of food and wine and fun! My site is https://theboutiqueadventurer.com and on facebook I am The Boutique Adventurer on IG @theboutiqueadventurer twitter @theboutiqueadv and Pinterest @theboutiqueadve.

Putting together an Everest Base Camp Trek packing List requires A LOT of preparation! What to pack for Everest Base Camp took me hours of research and shopping to find – thus I kept a detailed list to share with you! And I was often asked about my physical preparation so that is below. Although I suffered from altitude sickness I never once suffered from sore muscles. Here is my Everest Base Camp packing list and my EBC trek preparation tip!

Click here for my day to day guide to the Everest Base Camp Trek and what to expect

For those of you who are short on time, I’ll start with a quick guide overview. I’ll then cover each area

of your bag in more detail!

Everest Base Camp Packing List: Quick Guide

If you’re short on time here is a quick overview of Everest gear you’ll need on the trek:

ImageTitleRatingPrice
Osprey Packs Osprey Talon 22 Backpack, Martian Red, M/l, Medium/Large    $110.00Buy Now
AmazonBasics Small Packing Cubes – 4 Piece Set, Black    $21.99Buy Now
Nylon Laundry Bag – Black, 30” x 40” – Sturdy rip and tear resistant nylon material with drawstring closure. Ideal machine washable nylon laundry bags for college, dorm and apartment dwellers.    $6.49Buy Now
The Friendly Swede Extra Spacious Travel and Camping Sheet Sleeping Bag Liner (Silver)    $15.95Buy Now
Wet Ones Antibacterial Hands & Face Wipes, Citrus Scent, 20 Count Travel Pack (Pack of 6)    $12.70Buy Now
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 45, 3 Fl. Oz., Pack Of 2    $13.97Buy Now
Kleenex Facial Tissues, On-The-Go Pack, 10 Tissues per Go Pack, 8 Pack    $2.29Buy Now
Anker PowerCore 13000, Compact 13000mAh 2-Port Ultra-Portable Phone Charger Power Bank with PowerIQ and VoltageBoost Technology for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy (Black)    $31.99Buy Now
Columbia Women’s Aruba Convertible Pant, Fossil, Small    $55.00Buy Now
DANISH ENDURANCE Merino Wool Hiking & Trekking Socks (MultiColor Brown, Red, Green 3 Pairs, US Women 5-7//US Men 3.5-6)    $24.95Buy Now
Women’s Thermal Underwear Set Top & Bottom Fleece Lined, W1 Black, Small    $15.99Buy Now
CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle, Dragon Fruit, .75-Liter    $11.99Buy Now
Platypus Hoser, 2 Liter    $22.95Buy Now
MERIWOOL Merino Wool Unisex Glove Liners for use with Touch Screens in Charcoal Grey – Medium    $16.99Buy Now
Icebreaker Women’s Everyday Long Sleeve Crewe Top, Black, Small    $70.00Buy Now
Fjallraven Singi Trekking Jacket – Women’s Frost Green X-Small    $279.95Buy Now
REDESS Women Winter Pom Pom Beanie Hat With Warm Fleece Lined, Thick Slouchy Snow Knie Skull Ski Cap by    N/ABuy Now
Salomon Women’s X Ultra 3 Mid GTX W Hiking Shoe,Acai,9 M US    $164.95Buy Now
Microfiber Towel, 20 x 40 Inches. Perfect Sports & Travel Towel Choice. Fast Drying – Antibacterial – Super Absorbent – Ultra Compact. Orange.    $10.99Buy Now
Amazon.com prices as of 23/04/2018, 20:23:52 – details

Trekking Pack List: The Essentials

Day Packs

Let’s start the Trekking Pack List with the all-important day pack! This is an absolutely critical item for any everest base camp packing list. I used the Osprey on my trek and I would highly recommend it. However, this is quite a personal choice so here are some great options:

Packing Cubes

Many trekking companies will issue you with a kit bag for your key items. These tend to be carried by a yak rather than you which is great! I found it very helpful to use packing cubes within my kit bag. It essentially turns your kit bag into a portable chest of drawers! Much easier to find things and to keep track of where all your gear is in your bag. I do one for underwear and socks, one for tops, one for trousers etc and keen all of my clean things separate. I would fold things inside out once I had worn them and put them in the cube.

Dirty Clothes Bag

The final destination for items I wouldn’t be wearing again on the trek was the critical dirty clothes bag! Very helpful in keeping track of things you literally can’t bear to wear again!!!

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Nylon Laundry Bag – Black, 30” x 40” – Sturdy rip and tear resistant nylon material with drawstring closure. Ideal machine washable nylon laundry bags for college, dorm and apartment dwellers.    $6.49Buy Now
Kikkerland Travel-Size Laundry Bag, World Map    $4.99Buy Now
4 pieces Waterproof Travel Drawstring Bag Shoe Laundry Underwear Makeup Storage Pouch    $6.95Buy Now
Augbunny 100% Cotton Canvas Travel Laundry Bag, 2-Pack (Large, Light Grey)    $12.99Buy Now
Wimaha Extra Large Laundry Bag Durable Handy Travel Fabric Polyester Storage Bag with Drawstring Cord Lock Closure for Blouse, Hosiery, Underwear, Delicates, Garment, Shirts, Stocking Socks, Teal    $7.99Buy Now
Miamica “Wash Me” Travel Laundry Bag    $9.00Buy Now
Miamica Travel Laundry Bag    $6.70Buy Now
SGT Knots Mesh Bag (Small) 550 Paracord Drawstring Bag – Ventilated Washable Reusable Stuff Sack for Laundry, Gym Clothes, Swimming, Camping, Diving, Travel (15 inch x 22 inch – Gold)    $10.95Buy Now
MILACA Nylon Laundry Bag Laundry Basket Travel Laundry Bag for Traveling College Apartments Foldable Laundry Bag Durable Water-Resistant (Blue)    $8.99Buy Now
EzPacking Foldable Laundry Bag / Travel Sized (22” X 16”) / Nylon / Perfect for Travel, College and Laundry at Home    $12.99Buy Now
Holyluck – Extra Large Canvas Duffle Laundry Bag , Travel Laundry Bag with big front pocket – 25×22 Inch    $15.99Buy Now
Amazon.com prices as of 23/04/2018, 20:24:59 – details

Sleeping Sheet

High altitude sleeping bags are expensive. Most trekking companies will allow you to hire one. Unless you are planning on becoming a serious trekker I would recommend hiring one and then bringing your own sleeping sheet – this is a critical piece of base camp gear.

Top Tip:   Bring a pillow case from home and put that on the pillows at the tea houses for a fresher feel

Top Tip:   You will need 4 passport sized photos for your Nepal Visa and your national park pass.

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Not quite the real thing in Lukla!

Not quite the real thing despite the familiar logo!

Everest Base Camp Trek Gear List: Medications

-Diamox (I bought this in Kathmandu)
-Imodium
-Ibuprofen
-Paracetamol
-Electrolytes
-Berocca
-Throat lozenges

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Typical tea house main room

Everest Gear: Toiletries

Some of the items in this Everest Base Camp Trek Packing list may appear unusual but they are there for good reason! I wish I had taken two travel sized shower gels with me. There are more opportunities to shower on the trek than you may expect. For both men and women nail scissors are great. Altitude and being outside so much thin your nails and they get brittle and break. This can be quite painful if you can’t trim them.

Please take some type of lip balm with a high sunscreen! As you get higher it is easier to miss your lips and for them to get very sunburnt! You can’t take too many tissues as you will need them at all times. I also took 4 rolls of toilet paper but wished I had taken 6 – and I didn’t get any stomach problems. There is literally no toilet paper in the toilets on the trek. You can buy toilet paper but it is that really raw rough stuff.

I have put dryer sheets on the everest base camp packing list. I appreciate this sounds odd as you won’t be encountering any dryers on the trek! Where they are very useful is your kit bag and within your packing cubes. Dryer sheets weigh virtually nothing and can help keep your clothes smelling fresh through the entire trek. I even put a couple in my dirty clothes bag to stop them smelling so bad. It was lovely to open my kit bag and be met with a fresh scent!

Finally, there are virtually no mirrors in the tea houses. Whilst this is probably a blessing it is good to be able to check out the details to see if you have any issues so a hand mirror/compact is really useful and takes up virtually no space.

ImageTitleRatingPrice
Wet Ones Antibacterial Hands & Face Wipes, Citrus Scent, 20 Count Travel Pack (Pack of 6)    $12.70Buy Now
Antibacterial Travel Hand Sanitizer Gel with Aloe Vera by L’AUTRE PEAU – Liquid Instant Hand Cleaner – Citrus Scented Square Pocket Sanitizer – 6 Piece Pack – (0.5 oz.)    $10.99Buy Now
Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant & Deodorant Stick, Cool Essentials, Travel Size 0.5 Ounce (Pack of 8)    $11.19Buy Now
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 45, 3 Fl. Oz., Pack Of 2    $13.97Buy Now
Piyo Piyo Baby Nail Scissors (Fuchsia)    N/ABuy Now
Stainless Steel Makeup Scissors Nose Hair Eyebrow Scissors Makeup Tool    $1.77Buy Now
TRESemme Moisture Rich Shampoo & Conditioner, 3 Fl. Oz. Travel Size (1 Duo set)    $1.99Buy Now
Dove Nutrium Deep Moisture Body Wash Travel Size 3 Ounce (Pack Of 3)    $7.88Buy Now
Sanex Shower Moisturising Travel Size 50ml    $4.50Buy Now
Lip Balm with SPF 30, Mint Sport 4 Pack    N/ABuy Now
Kleenex Facial Tissues, On-The-Go Pack, 10 Tissues per Go Pack, 8 Pack    $2.29Buy Now
La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water Soothing Face Mist Spray for Sensitive Skin with Antioxidants, 1.8 Oz.    $9.99Buy Now
Lenor Tumble Dryer Sheets 34 Sheets Summer Breeze    $7.39Buy Now
Perfectly Plain Collection Mirror Compact Favors, 1    $3.95Buy Now
Microfiber Towel, 20 x 40 Inches. Perfect Sports & Travel Towel Choice. Fast Drying – Antibacterial – Super Absorbent – Ultra Compact. Orange.    $10.99Buy Now
Youphoria Outdoors Quick Dry Travel Towels with Carry Bag – Compact Microfiber Towels for Camping, Backpacking, Swimming, Sport and Gym – 1 Pack    $15.99Buy Now
Camping Towel by Wise Owl Outfitters – Ultra Soft Compact Quick Dry Microfiber – Great for Fitness, Hiking, Yoga, Travel, Sports, Backpacking & The Gym – Free Bonus Hand Towel 24×48 GY    $13.95Buy Now
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These dryer sheets were brilliant – I put them all through my kit bag

Trekking Equipment List: Hardgoods

I would advise taking 2 pairs of sunglasses in case one pair breaks – you do not want to be without sunglasses on this trek! For all of your key electronic devices, it is also a good idea to take extra batteries.

Water

Staying adequately hydrated is absolutely essential on the trek. There are so many different types of water bottles and packs – it can be quite challenging to make a decision! I’ll let you know what was on my trekking equipment list. I am no major expert but this worked for me on my trek. I had a water bladder in my day pack. I like a water bladder because you can thread the end of it through your pack and therefore can drink at any time whilst walking. Stopping to get your water bottle out is a pain.

I also took a classic metal water bottle. This was great at night. Generally, you will be able to get hot water at the tea houses. Fill your water bottle up with hot water and then pop your travel towel around it for a hot water bottle! I also took a plastic wide neck water bottle. This was useful for drinks at the tea house as well as carrying extra water.

Once you are at a higher altitude I took my metal water bottle out during the day. Put it on the side of your day pack and put it upside down. This helps the area near the opening to defrost faster so you can get some water out and not just ice.

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CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle, Iris.75 L    $11.42Buy Now
Hydration Bladder 2 Liter Leak Proof Water Reservoir, Military Water Storage Bladder Bag, BPA Free Hydration Pack Replacement, for Hiking Biking Climbing Cycling Running, Large Opening, Insulated Tube    $12.97Buy Now
WACOOL 3L 3Liter 100oz BPA Free EVA Hydration Pack Bladder, Leak-proof Water Reservoir    $16.99Buy Now
Platypus Big Zip LP Reservoir, 2-Liter    $34.95Buy Now
Platypus Platy 2-Liter Ultralight Collapsible Water Bottle    $11.01Buy Now
Water Bladder, 3 Liter Hydration Bladder Replacement Water Reservoir, Hydration Pack Bladder, Military Water Storage Bladder Bag, Tasteless and BPA-Free TPU Material, Large Opening + Cleaning Kit    $19.77Buy Now
Sigg Traveler Classic Water Bottle (1.0-Liters, Aluminum)    $22.59Buy Now
Simple Modern 32 oz Ascent Water Bottles – Vacuum Sealed Standard Mouth Stays Hot & Cold 18/8 Stainless Steel Orange Swell Flask – Double Wall Hydro Travel Mug – Autumn    $17.99Buy Now
MIRA 40 Oz Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Wide Mouth Water Bottle | Thermos Keeps Cold for 24 hours, Hot for 12 hours | Double Walled Powder Coated Travel Flask | Teal    $19.95Buy Now
Vremi 16 oz Stainless Steel Water Bottle – Double Walled Vacuum Insulated Metal Water Bottle Travel or Gym BPA Free with Leak Proof Lid – Keeps Drinks Hot or Cold and Fits Standard Cup Holders – Black    $6.99Buy Now
Amazon.com prices as of 23/04/2018, 20:23:26 – details

Walking Poles

I used walking poles on my trek. I did feel like I was being a bit weak using them but I am very glad I took them! They are most useful when you are descending. I found them very helpful for taking the pressure off my knees and in increasing my confidence getting down tricky bits.

trekking equipment list
Typical afternoon snack at the tea house

Everest Base Camp Trek Packing List: Food

You will be fed on the trek of course! However, snacks are critical mentally and physically! There are some snacks for sale on the way but it is a limited and expensive selection. Also, quite a few of them are quite far down the line in terms of use by date! I took about 16 chocolate bars (mostly Twirls and Cadbury and a couple of Mars Bars) and 12 rolls of wine gums/fruit pastilles.

The coffee was generally pretty awful on the trek. I took some Lavazza instant coffee and was very pleased that I did!!!

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Morning coffee break

 

Base Camp Gear: Electronics

A super important area of the everest base camp trek great list!! Check out my Real Run Down on Everest Base post to find out all about how charging and electronics work on the trek (including wifi!).

I am very into photography so I took my DSLR camera with its charger. It is extra weight. Considering how good the cameras are on phones these days I wouldn’t bother taking another camera unless you are really into photography. Of course, I had my phone and its charger. I also packed my phone with downloaded podcasts which were great to listen to (I’ve got a few sports headphones in the table below.

ImageTitleRatingPrice
Kindle Paperwhite E-reader – Black, 6″ High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi – Includes Special Offers    $119.99Buy Now
Fire 7 Tablet with Alexa, 7″ Display, 8 GB, Black – with Special Offers    $49.99Buy Now
Anker PowerCore 10000, One of the Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Batteries, Ultra-Compact, High-speed Charging Technology Power Bank for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More    $29.99Buy Now
Anker PowerCore 5000, Ultra-Compact 5000mAh External Battery with High-Speed Charging Technology, Power Bank for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy and more    $15.99Buy Now
[Upgraded to 6700mAh] Anker Astro E1 Candy-Bar Sized Ultra Compact Portable Charger, External Battery Power Bank, with High-Speed Charging PowerIQ Technology (Black)    $17.99Buy Now
Anker PowerPack with Quick Charge 3.0, PowerCore+ 10050 Portable Charger, PowerPort 4 40W 4-Port USB Wall Charger, PowerLine+ Lightning and Micro USB (3ft cables), with Travel Case    $59.99Buy Now
Portable Charger 10000mah,Puridea S2 Blue External Battery Pack (Max 3A Output ,Li-polymer Power Bank) for iPhone X/ 8/ 7/ 6/ Plus/ 5/ SE, iPad, Samsung, LG, Google Pixel and More    $12.99Buy Now
Poweradd Apple Lightning Portable Power Bank, Pilot 4GS 12000mAh External Battery Charger with 3A High-Speed Output for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung and More – Rose Gold (Lightning Cable Include)    $24.99Buy Now
[Upgraded] Poweradd Slim 2 Most Compact 5000mAh External Battery 2.1A Ouput Portable Charger with Smart Charge for iPhones, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, HTC and More – Blue    $11.99Buy Now
Power Strip with 3 USB & Switch Control, Desktop Charging Station with 5 Feet Cord – Black    $16.99Buy Now
Belkin SurgePlus USB Swivel Surge Protector and Charger (Power strip with 3 AC Outlets, 2 USB Ports 2.1 AMP / 10 Watt) and rotating plug    $14.98Buy Now
[UL Listed] Poweradd 2-Outlet Mini Portable Travel Surge Protector with Dual 3.4A Smart USB Ports, Wrapped Cord Design    $17.99Buy Now
LE Headlamp LED, 4 Modes Headlight, Battery Powered Helmet Light for Camping, Running, Hiking and Reading, 3 AAA Batteries Included    $7.99Buy Now
Ultra Bright CREE LED Headlamp – 160 Lumens, 5 Lighting Modes, White & Red LEDs, Adjustable Strap, IPX6 Water Resistant. Great For Running, Camping, Hiking & More. Batteries Included    $10.95Buy Now
Headlamp LED Headlight Super Bright Premium USB Rechargeable Head Torch Waterproof Design – White & Red Light 5 Modes Comfortable Best Equipment Lamp Bulb Night Running Camping – Solar Flashlight Kids    $9.99Buy Now
SENSO Bluetooth Headphones, Best Wireless Sports Earphones w/ Mic IPX7 Waterproof HD Stereo Sweatproof Earbuds for Gym Running Workout 8 Hour Battery Noise Cancelling Headsets    $29.97Buy Now
SoundPEATS Magnetic Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth Headphones Sport In-Ear IPX 6 Sweatproof Earphones with Mic (Super sound quality Bluetooth 4.1, aptx, 8 Hours Play Time, Secure Fit Design) (Black)    $28.99Buy Now
Phaiser BHS-530 Bluetooth Headphones for Running, Wireless Earbuds for Exercise or Gym Workout, Sweatproof Stereo Earphones, Durable Cordless Sport Headset w\ Mic    $26.99Buy Now
Amazon.com prices as of 23/04/2018, 20:25:23 – details

 

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Typical Tea House on the Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek Packing List: Clothes

Here is exactly what I took:

-I pair of yoga leggings for first and last days
2 pairs of zip off leg north face trousers – these were brilliant
-1 pair of walking trousers
-1 pair of thermals (I only used these on the day we went to base camp)
2 short sleeve dry fit tshirts
-4 long sleeve dry fast tops – I wish I had bought more short sleeved ones as it generally got quite warm at some point most days
1 fleece
1 merino wool zip neck top
-1 north face light jacket
-1 north face down jacket
-1 pair of loose yoga trousers and a long sleeved top which was my “evening” outfit in the tea houses
-1 tshirt and pair of leggings/thermals for sleeping-4 bras
-12 pairs of pants
-9 pairs of socks – 3 super warm, 3 mid and 3 light (I put aside one pair as my evening socks)-3 hats – 1 cap, 1 fleece hat, 1 super warm cap with flaps
-1 fleece and 1 cotton neck warmer
1 heavy and 1 light pair of gloves

Quick Buys for your Top Half:

Quick Buys for your Bottom Half:

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Typical shower on the Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek Packing List: Shoes

For Hiking Boots, Salomon are my favourites. Definitely, take some Runners/light shoes for the evening as you will want your feet out of your boots. And flip-flops are beyond essential for showers and middle of the night loo visits!

This ended up being a pretty good packing list. I have noted above any amendments I would make but apart from those, there isn’t anything that I would do differently with what I packed.

Click here for my complete Everest Base Camp Itinerary and what I would have done differently

EBC Trek Preparation

I started my ebc trek preparation six months out from the trip. I am no expert or a personal trainer so this is more what I did and I suffered very little in terms of sore muscles on the trek.

I saw a personal trainer once a week for one hour and focused on weights. We did endless squats/lunges/leg presses with heavier and heavier weights. I then did 2 x 1-hour sessions a week on my own in the gym which was cardio focussed. These usually consisted of a mix of:

-Rowing machine intervals – 5 x 500m with a 1-minute rest in between each 500m

-Running machine intervals – 45 seconds at 11km an hour followed by 45 seconds at 4km an hour for 15 minutes

-Stair machine – 20 minutes levels 6-8, adding my daypack filled with books once I got to level 8. I tried to go up a level and then add my hiking boots and then day pack every 3 weeks.

-4 x 1-minute planks each session

Once you’re back in Kathmandu treat yourself! Here is my guide to how to have some post trek treats in Kathmandu

What to Take to Everest Base Camp: Some Extra Tips

  1. A key factor is the weight limits on the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Everything is weighed – your hand luggage and your checked luggage – together. The target weight is 15kg. I was 3kg over and paid 450 NPR and that was fine. Someone in our group was 6kg over and just paid the extra. Now our flight was full with exodus people (a 14 seater) so maybe this was why we were allowed to have extra and pay – I’m not sure how this would work in other circumstances and it is probably not worth taking the risk. I carried my camera with me and filled my jacket pockets with heavy chargers -they don’t weigh you!
  2. During the day keep your chocolate in with your bladder in your day pack to stop in melting3. I took the equivalent of 800 pounds in Nepalese rupee with me. It helped getting in a good day ahead as ATMs in Nepal only give out small sums so I needed to use a few and do several transactions. I also got quite a good rate at the hotel and changed pounds over. I did not want to have to worry about running out of money. You need about 40 pounds a day roughly plus tips for the lead guide and the guiding team.

    Everest Base Camp Packing List: Useful Links

Boutique Hotels in Kathmandu

Without question the best boutique hotel in Kathmandu is the lovely lovely Dwarika’s – Read my review of Dwarika’s Here.  It isn’t exactly boutique but as options at a higher boutique end are a bit low in Kathmandu I am going to list the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu.

Kathmandu has some more basic boutique hotels that offer great value for money. Dalai-La and Kantipur Temple House offer traditional Nepalese style. Aria Boutique Hotel & Spa is somewhat more modern with its offer. Uniquely for Kathmandu, its interiors are heavy on white!

Click here for Latest Prices and Availability for Dwarika’s Kathmandu.

Prices and Availability for the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu

Dalai-La Prices and Availability

Latest Prices and availability for Kantipur Temple House

Aria Boutique Hotel & Spa latest prices and availability.

After my trek, I went heavy on luxury and stayed at the stunning sister hotel to Dwarika’s Kathmandu – Read my review of Dwarika’s Dhulikhel here.

Latest Prices and availability for Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel

Looking for a hotel in Lukla? I am afraid there aren’t any boutique options – Click here for the best Lukla options

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Amanda OBrien

Hi! I became a travel blogger a year ago after 15 years in big corporate marketing jobs. I now do a mix of digital marketing consulting and blogging - hoping to make it 100% blogging eventually! My blog is about luxury adventures in Emerging Destinations that end with a high thread count on your sheets. My key focus is emerging destinations - whether it is a country that has not been visited much or a lesser known part of a well known country. And lots of food and wine and fun! My site is https://theboutiqueadventurer.com and on facebook I am The Boutique Adventurer on IG @theboutiqueadventurer twitter @theboutiqueadv and Pinterest @theboutiqueadve.

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