Group Leader Harold Pine, MD, FAAP, FACS, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In 2015 I was the team leader of the Everest Medical Expedition 2015. Five minutes after landing in Nepal, a giant earthquake rocked the Khumbu region killing thousands. On that day I vowed to return to finish what we started. Please join me for an unforgettable life changing expedition to Everest Base Camp. On the way we will staff a general medicine clinic in a very remote village where many of the porters come from. While no technical mountaineering experience is required for this trip, it is extremely strenuous and requires a good fitness level and a tolerance of trekking up to 8 hours in one day. The reward is all around having ample opportunities to gaze upon some of our planet’s most impressive scenery. I have done this trek three times before and I promise you the trip of a lifetime. I personally know Binoy, the head guide, and I trust him with my life. Won’t you join me?
The descendants of George Everest trek to the Everest Base Camp
Binoy and his ‘Mystic Himalaya Trekking and Expeditions’ team were thrilled when they heard back from Ruth confirming their trip to Nepal. Nicholas Everest and his family were visiting Nepal for the first time. Now what would excite them so much about a trip they’d made a number of times before? Well, no doubt it’s the last name that stands out so prominently and more so of the fact that they are the descendants of the Welsh explorer and surveyor, George Everest.
Mystic Himalaya is a registered trekking company incorporated with the Nepal Ministry of Tourism. We are a group of Nepali born trekking enthusiasts who started the company and each of us has over 15 years of experience in the tourism and guiding industry.
Our company was started to cater to the needs of budget conscious clients who want the reliability that big international companies can offer, but without the big price tag.