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Everest Base Camp

Good Afternoon Fellow Single Parents Active Kids how are we and those amazing youngsters?? “There are no limits”, please read all the following information (there is a heap to take in) very carefully, make sure you are at a minimum 3 million per cent sure before you hit that reply button, Julie S and I are more then just 3 million per cent this is a goer. Must be a member now and when the trip takes place, yes there is a massive commitment involved in something this large, I honestly can’t believe this is happening, but it is because the only limits on this planet are the ones you place on yourself, “life is to be lived”.

Julie S (life long mate) and I have being throwing around this idea for a while now, I happened to see a great deal on the weekend, forwarded it onto Julie, she checked out the relevant info and was happy. She contacted the operator directly and we are able to deal with them directly (all about rapport building) which will give more members this once in a life time opportunity. This can only happen if 2 of us commit, well Julie and I have done so (deposit just paid so this is for real).
You must have a decent level of fitness to be able to complete this adventure, we will be getting together to train up for the Trek. I can tell you one of the proudest moments of my life other then everything to do with Renae is when I conquered Mount Batur in Bali, to see that sign at the top of that live Volcano, you have conquered Mount Batur is one of the most satisfying feelings possible. The beauty of being part of our group is single parents active kids will pay the initial 20% fee they have asked for, also if we see cheap flights we can jump on straight away, hence need your passport details asap please. We will have over a year to pay for the whole trip, there is a 4 instalment structure below, as long as you make the initial payment by the first date and final amount by the final date then all good, the middle 2 instalment dates are very much optional. So here goes:

Leaving Australia Saturday 28th of March (Start of first term School Holidays) Arriving back Approx Tuesday 14th of April. As we now have 6, this tour is especially for us.

To be totally honest asap, here is the person that we are dealing with answer:
Can you extend this price for a longer period so that we have time to advertise it to the rest of our members, hopefully getting more people along- and I can offer you the same cost  for longer time to advertise it among your members and have more people however at least you 2 have to confirm the trip now:-  and once you book then you can tell your members and collect them and do confirm with me later:
And I have no doubt that you have really good organisation and it is working very well!
I have simply copied and pasted what the expert said: Age for the trek- I say 10 years is the minimum for the trek as it is little adventure trek with above 5 thousand height and the cost for the children for 10 or above years also will be the same as it is already discounted! So, if you think that you can collect 6 or more people and choose any date except 5- Apr then I can provide you the time to ask people till one prior the trip date ! as we have already people for the 5- Apr so, there are limited spaces ! and I am not sure when it will be full!
I am not going to sugar coat this, there is high altitude involved, lots of tough terrain, this is an expedition and a very tough challenge for all involved bring it on I reckon, so please keep this in mind before hitting that reply button, also very highly recommend taking out insurance, there is a suggestion below of whom we can use.

$949 per person a saving of $1851 per person. That price does not include flights, you will see below what is included in that $949.
Julie and I think the whole trip including airfares and everything else will be between $3000 and $3500 per person. Once you are 3 million+ % sure $190 will be paid (by our group), we believe flights will cost about $1200. So a total of $1390 is how the instalment structure is going to be based around.
The remainder of your $949 per person $769 will be paid to the company on arrival.
You are more then welcome to pay the $1390 which covers flights and 20% deposit weekly if you wish, $27.80 for 50 weeks is how that will work, this is an option I have decided to take on (but I am male well kinda and may change my mind, lol). All jokes aside we want to make this dream into a reality for as many members as possible, that’s why we are announcing this more then 12 months away.

First Instalment Wednesday 28th of May.
Second Instalment Wednesday 20th of August.
Third Instalment Wednesday 19th of November
Final Instalment Wednesday 11th of March.
As long as you make the first payment and final payment on time, all good.

Your Own Name, Everest, Single Parents Active Kids bsb 033073 acc 412883 Please ensure your name and reason is with all payments!
Nepal is Calling! 16 Day Journey to the Everest Base Camp Including Sightseeing at Kathmandu!
Take an Extraordinary Journey into the Himalayan Mountains to the Base of the Mighty Giant Mt. Everest, Visit the Historic Landmarks of Kathmandu, Trek Through Unique Rhododendron Forest & Lots More! Includes Domestic Airfare, Transfers, Breakfasts, Accommodation, Trekking & National Park Permits, Guided Sightseeing with Friendly Guides & Porters.
Discover Nepal on a 16 day adventure from Kathmandu to the legendary Everest Base Camp
Package includes:
Domestic flights between Kathmandu and Lukla
Airport transfers for arrival, departure and domestic flights
4 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu in a 2-3-star hotel on twin share basis including breakfast
Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu – see Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey Temple and more
Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea houses
Fees such as National park entry permits and TIMS permit, government taxes, VAT and service charges
Experienced and friendly guide and porters (1 porter for 2 people)
Sleeping bag, down jackets, trekking map and duffle bag if necessary (returnable after the trek)
Enjoy sightseeing tours of historical sites in Kathmandu
Trek through lush rhododendron forest, valleys and pastures
Witness a spectacular panoramic view of the towering Himalayan peaks
See traditional mountain villages
Plus lots more – see the full detailed itinerary here
ALL THIS for just $949 per person – up to $2,880 value!
Buy as many Scoopons as you like – take the unforgettable journey with friends or family!
Nepal made the New York Times list of 52 Places to Go in 2014
Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service is provided if required (payment must be covered by your independent travel insurance company)

This offer includes shared accommodation. In Kathmandu accommodation is offered on a twin share basis – you will be paired with other travelers if traveling alone. Single accommodation in Kathmandu is available at a surcharge- please enquire at the time of booking.
Scoopon price excludes: Nepal entry visa fee (You may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. You will require 2 passport size photos.), breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trekking, your personal expenses and entrance fees while you are doing sightseeing in Kathmandu, hot shower during the trek, tips for the guide and porters and anything else not mentioned as included on itinerary.
Once trip is booked Outfitter Nepal terms and conditions for cancellation apply – see
Please see the itinerary and further important travel information regarding  your trek at
Travel insurance is strongly recommended. See
Airfares not included
Scoopon Terms & Conditions are located at

Break free in 2015!
Keep close to Nature’s heart and break clear away, once in a while – climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean. – John Muir
Take a truly unique holiday this year and discover the wild beauty of Nepal as you trek through the countryside from Kathmandu to the Everest Base Camp along the Dudh Koshi River and via Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche and Gorak Shep.
The freedom of wide open spaces, stretches of icy glaciers, rhododendron forests and unforgettable views of the Himalayan mountain range will give you a whole new perspective on the world!
Knowledgeable and highly experienced guides will ensure your trip is a safe and enjoyable one with your basic meals, accommodation and trekking gear taken care of. With all of those essentials under control, you’ll be left free to enjoy the exciting journey!
An excellent way to see the countryside! We trekked with Outfitter Nepal and would have no hesitation in recommending the tour. If we are ever lucky enough to go back to Nepal we would definitely use them again. Our guide Raj was wonderful. Very friendly and spoke excellent English. He knew the trail very well, which was great as he was able to use his knowledge to motivate us on the hills.  – Suze,
A fabulous and amazing trip! Even though I was traveling by myself, I never felt lonely. Outfitter Nepal took care of me very well from the beginning until the end of day. It was very impressive how detailed they are, especially my trekking guide Mr. Raj. – Jessie,


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