Experience Nepal with Ted's Master Andrew Peacock

13/11/2018 10:41 am

Trek to Everest Base Camp with adventure travel photographer Dr Andrew Peacock, and spend a night in the most famous base camp in the world!

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Ted's Master Andrew Peacock is offering a rare opportunity to trek one of the most iconic trekking routes in the world and experience what it’s like to spend a night at the famous base camp of Mount Everest (8848m).

Beginning the trek in Lukla, you will ascend through picturesque Sherpa villages of the Khumbu Valley, passing underneath Himalayan giants such as Ama Dablam (6812m), Pumori (7161m), and Nuptse (7861m), to the base of Mount Everest (5364m).

We also have the opportunity to trek to the Khumbu icefall and view this stunning aspect of the world’s highest peak. Back in Base Camp we visit the ‘Everest ER’ tent and learn a little about high altitude medicine. Concluding our time at Base Camp we retrace our steps down the valley to Lukla where we take a stunning mountain flight back to the cultural melting pot that is Kathmandu.


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The tour will be escorted by Expedition Doctor and award-winning Australian adventure travel photographer, Dr Andrew Peacock. Andrew first began to explore the world around him through a camera lens while working as a doctor on voluntary assignments in the mountains of Nepal and India back in 1996 and has returned repeatedly since then to the Himalaya to climb, hike and photograph.

He is the medical director of Expedition and Wilderness Medicine Australia and has led numerous treks to the Khumbu region of Nepal. With his mountain medical and outdoor adventure experience as well as photography skills Andrew is uniquely placed to lead this special journey to the base of the highest peaks in the world.

Andrew is always ready to offer advice on all questions photographic. His images have appeared in Lonely Planet books, Outside Magazine, Australian Geographic and Virtuoso Traveler, to name a few. He is a certified photographic instructor with National Geographic, working for them in polar areas and has led photographic tours to Ladakh and Mongolia.

For the past six years, Andrew has been a finalist in Australian Geographic’s Nature Photographer of the Year Exhibition and he is also a Ted’s Cameras Master Photographer. 

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