CHARITY TREK IN THE HIMALAYAS- ARE YOU GAME?
The latest trend in the philanthropy world is truly one that will get your adrenaline pumping and your heart racing. To support your favourite charity, you can now embark on an adventurous expedition, explore those parts of the world that you have only dreamed of visiting, experience the divinity of nature’s beauty and of course raise funds for the cause that you are passionate about!
More and more people are combining their passion in adventure expeditions with their charitable giving instincts through charity expeditions. And taking it a step further, Private Himalaya now offers an opportunity to trek to Everest base camp for charity. Not only can you raise good funds for the cause that you support, you will be enjoying a Charity hike to Everest base camp- one of the most beautiful and most famous routes on the planet.
The trek will take your across some of the most spectacular views that you have only seen on the television up until now. You will have the opportunity to climb the Kala Pattar (5545m) and witness its spectacular views across the South Col and the summit of Mt Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8501m), Nuptse (7879m), Ama Dablam (6856m), Thamserku (6608m) and Kantega (6685m). But scenic natural beauty is not all that you will experience here. On your Everest base camp charity trek you will come face to face with the untouched culture of the Sherpas and learn about their religion and histories. You will even visit the ancient and unspoilt Thyangboche and Pangboche monasteries, learn their customs and get an opportunity to mix with the locals.
This will be an experience of a lifetime. And the best part is that all along you will be doing this to raise funds and help out for a good cause. So if you looking to show support for your favourite charity, embark on a Charity Everest base camp trek with Private Himalaya. Combine your passion for philanthropy with your adventurous side and what you will get is an expedition that is fuelled by true zeal and desire to do good! So are you up for your hike to Everest base camp for charity?