Nepal is one of world’s most popular and prominent adventure destination, endowed with abundant natural resource and heritage. Nepal can boast of the Himalayas with 8 out of the 10 world’s highest mountains, 6000 rivers, 5350 lakes and 12 national parks – all within a small geographical capsule of 54,000 sq. miles. Every year, thousands of adventure enthusiasts make their way to Nepal for a fix of adrenalin rush. The destination for your Wilderness First Responder program is none other than the adventure Mecca of the world – Solu Khumbu highlands of Nepal which is under the shadow of Mt. Everest and the Himalayas.

The Wilderness First Responder program is the ideal para-medical training for leaders in remote areas including outdoor educators, guides, military, professional search and rescue teams, researchers and those involved in disaster relief. Wilderness first responders are individuals who are trained to respond to emergency situations in remote locations. They are part of a wide variety of wilderness response providers who deal with medical emergencies that occur in wilderness settings.

While wilderness first responder can generically refer to anyone providing first response, more typically, this term refers to individuals trained and certified with specific Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certification. The training is principally geared towards lay providers, with little or no actual medical experience, though they are often already professionals in other aspects of the outdoors industry, like park rangers, climbing instructors, and guides.

The WFR is a comprehensive and in-depth look at the standards and skills of dealing with: response and assessment, basic life support and CPR, anaphylaxix and asthma emergency treatment, musculoskeletal injuries, soft tissue injuries, wound management, environmental medicine and survival skills, emergency evacuation execution. Those with the certification are often called “Woofers”.

1 Arrival in Kathmandu – Transfer to hotel in Bouddha – Happy Hour Meet
2 Kathmandu & Bhaktapur Sight-seeing  – Transfer to Patan Homestay
3 Departure for Lukla  / Check into Tea-house – Training Session
4 Trek to Namche Bazar and Khunde Hospital / Check into Tea-House – Training Session
5 Training Session
6 Training Session
7 Training Session
8 Training Session
9 Training Session
10 Training Session
11 Training Session
12 Trek to Lukla  / Overnite in Lukla
13 Morning Flight to Kathmandu / Check into Hotel in Thamel / Free Afternoon
14 Free Day – Farewell Momo Dinner Party
15 Departure from Kathmandu
  Package Cost: US$ 2390 per person Optional Activities


– Airport transfers, domestic flights and ground transportation
– Meals during trekking, training and ground transportation
– Trekking permits and sight-seeing entrance fees
– Trekking and tour guides
– Accommodation with breakfast and wi-fi on (city hotels) twin-sharing basis
– Welcome Happy Hour Meet and Farewell Dinner
– Daily Diary, Bagchal game and T-shirt
– Internationally recognised certifications by SOLO School of Wilderness Medicine, USA and CPR certification by American Heart Association

Bagchal Knock-out
Daily Diary
Snapshot Challenge


– International flight, insurance and VISA fee