Join award-winning outdoor adventure filmmaker and photographer Mark Flagler on this trip of a lifetime to the base of the World’s highest mountain. This sleeping at Everest Basecamp Trek and Photography Trip is the first of its kind and will be available in November 2023.
This 16-day trip covers 82 miles / 132km, climbing over 6,000m / 20,000ft of elevation to experience sleeping at the world famous Everest Basecamp. This unique itinerary offers you the best chances of photographing the iconic and breath-taking scenery of the Khumbu Region. We plan to spend 2 hours a day at key locations to experience, photograph and enjoy the remarkable beauty on our journey.
Mark Flagler has trekked over 18,500km / 11,500 miles on 5 continents to capture adventures of a lifetime. Mark is here to help you improve your mountain photography and answer any questions you may have. The itinerary is designed to increase the chances of being at the right place at the right time to photograph the jaw-dropping scenery and special moments of the trip.
Come prepared to capture the iconic views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam while trekking through Sagarmatha National Park, crossing the hair-raising Hilary Suspension Bridge, experience Namche Bazaar the prosperous and trading capital of the Khumbu Region, photographing the Sherpa Museum and Monasteries, climbing to the elevation of 5,545m/ 18,520 feet on Kala Patthar and sleeping under the stars at Everest Basecamp.
Very few people experience the sun set on Mount Everest, but this is what we will do and get some epic pictures as the sun sets over the tallest mountain on the planet.
This journey to Mount Everest is a challenging and rewarding experience. This trek should not be taken lightly. When going to these levels of altitude, your body’s acclimatization to the lack of oxygen is the real key to success, and because of this, we have added an extra day to our itinerary, which has given us 95% success rate on our sleeping at Basecamp trip. This also gives you a safer and more enjoyable experience into high altitude.
Even though we are giving you the best chance of success with our acclimatization schedule, you still need to play your part and come physically prepared for this adventure. We recommend 5 to 6 days a week training in the lead up to your trip. We are your best resource for information on the trek and are available five days a week in support of your journey to Everest Base Camp. Once you sign up to our trip, we will send you our 40-page Dossier, giving you all the information you need to be safe and successful on your trip.
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This trip is for anyone wanting to photograph in the Everest Region and learn from an accomplished and experienced outdoor adventure photographer. Come join the award-winning team of Ian Taylor Trekking and Mark Flagler on this trip of a lifetime. Get in touch today! Contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.