Everest Base Camp Trek

Group size: 2-12 Max-Altitude: 5545m (Kalapathar).
Destination: Nepal
Arrival on: Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) Departure from: Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA)
Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu and all standard meals during the trek
Best Season: mon soon season
Accommodation: Three star rated Hotel in Kathmandu and Tea-house available lodge During the Trek.
Trip Introduction

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Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the special and the most visited treks in Nepal including Kalapatthar climbing (5545 m). The Trek provides the stunning view of four world's six tallest tops in the Everest region including Holy lake Gokyo. The fascinating view on Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and enjoy the stunning Panoramic view of more than 100 snowy capped mountains. The trekking trails from Shivalaya are above 4000 meters. So, acute altitude sickness will be a serious problem. Thus, It is necessary to slow rise and take the suggested rest day (acclimatization rest) to prevent acute altitude sickness.
The Everest region is a beautiful place to visit and  Everest Base Camp Trek is an ambition for many trekkers. Trekking to the base of the world's highest mountain is a fantastic achievement and it is well worth the effort. Realistically, most of us are not going to be able to achieve this! But if you are of good fitness and strong determination, you can make it to Everest Base Camp! And between you and me, the views of Everest from Kalapatthar are the most spectacular you can get without having to spend weeks trudging up to the summit! Naturally, to preserve the beauty that surrounds Mt. Everest and the other mountains in the Himalayan range, the Government of Nepal imposes permit entrance fees. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay may have been the people to put the Khumbu on the map but since then countless mountaineers and trekkers have enjoyed the beauty of the likes of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Goyko Lakes, and much more. Let’s ensure this area stays as it is for future trekkers and Nepali people. The Allure of Mount Everest, and the Everest Base Camp Trek brings us back time and time again. We boast a 95% success rate to date on our Everest base camp trek, this is achieved by having 3 nights in Namche Bazaar at 3,440m/ 11,300 feet on the way up to the trail in the critical acclimatization period giving you the best chance of making a safe and enjoyable journey to Everest base camp. We include continuous training support and advice along with our booklet on the trek. Our goal is to help you come physically prepared and get you to face to face with Mount Everest. The quickest route into the region is by air, leaving from Kathmandu on a thirty-five-minute flight into the village of Lukla. We use Summit Air and Sita Air for our flights in and out of Everest. There is an option to fly via helicopter into Lukla airport. Lukla sits at 2,853m/ 9,360 feet. The Everest Region, also known as the Solukhumbu Region is rich in culture in addition to mountaineering history. The Everest Base Camp Trek has some of the greatest mountain views on the planet. This trip to Everest is one of the highlights of any avid trekker’s career and is achievable for most fit walkers. The Everest base camp trek is rated one of the best treks in the world and a journey never to be forgotten.
Everest Base Camp Trek begins from Kathmandu to Lukla flight and via Namche Bazaar and goes into Khumbu region of 30,000 to 10,000per month during peak season. From Namche, the trek heads upward through colourful Sherpa villages along the Dudh Kosi River. Terraced rice fields and rhododendron forests eventually turn into hardened landscapes of rock and ice with well renowned skilled mountain guides. On the approach to Everest Base Camp is the final outpost of Gorak Shep that provides brilliant experienced lifestyles and cultures of Sherpa and Bates. The scramble to nearby Kala Patthar (5,545 m; 18,192 ft) offers a panorama of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse that bests the views from the base camp itself. The main Everest Base Camp trail is an up-and-back route, meaning that you hike down the same trail you hiked.

Difficulty level 

As it is the most difficult to get to the top Himalayan mountain, Mount Everest is also the biggest dream of many climbers who want to finish their career with such a climbing experience that requires overcoming the obstacles that their bodies build. Climbing Everest is an enterprise that has to be prepared in detail but before climbers head for the Himalayas they have to devote a long time to build stamina and train to get used to harsh conditions such as low temperatures and low-oxygen environments at higher altitudes. The body starts to rebel against the lack of oxygen. Even the strongest climbers may experience impaired judgement, strokes, heart attacks or difficulty overcoming altitude sickness. To achieve the set goal climbers have to acclimate to the lower rate of oxygen in the air before they attempt to get to the peak. It can be done by going on an Everest Base Camp Trek each time higher. Doing this they allow their body to produce more hemoglobin that carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body preventing it from dying. That is why every mount Everest expedition has to be properly prepared, and this can only be done right by such an experienced company as Asian Trekking whose employees are Sherpa guides coming from the community known to have spent almost their whole lives trekking in the Himalayas.  

ACCOMMODATION ON A TRIP

Accommodation at Lukla You’ll start your EBC trekking journey through a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Most people prefer to take a trail straight away and head for the first stop Phakding or Namche. But Lukla is still a beautiful village with plenty of good hotels. Although they are more expensive than the lodges. Overall, you’ll get much better facilities than tea houses on the trail. Accommodation at Phakding After Lukla, your next stop will be at Phakding. It is a beautiful small village that lies in the Dudh Koshi river valley just north of Lukla and south of Monjo. Phakding has enough hotels on both riversides. The tea houses at Phakding offers you an affordable and accessible accommodation service. If you’re travelling with a bit more budget, then for a bit more comfort there are many options for luxury accommodations too. Accommodation at Namche Bazaar Namche Bazaar is the main point to the Everest Base Camp trek. It is also a great place for acclimatization.  Many trekkers spend two or three days getting adjusted to the altitude. This place is worth exploring as you’ll get the first view of Mt. Everest. Besides the natural beauty, this place has some of the best tea houses with great accommodation facilities. This is the last place where you can get moderate accommodation facilities on the trail of EBC. You’ll find a wide variety of tea houses from luxury to basic with a wide price range. Accommodation at Tengboche Tengboche is another popular trekking route during the Everest Base Camp. Tengboche Monastery is the largest monastery situated at 3,867 m. above the sea level in the Khumbu region. There are only 4-5 hotels in Tengboche on the trail. There will be more basic tea houses with basic facilities. Even though few tea houses provide a room with attached bathrooms and hot showers. Many people want to spend a night at Tengboche to attend the morning prayers at the monastery. So, it might get crowded during the peak seasons. Accommodation at Dingboche Dingboche is a Sherpa village and it is much larger than Tengboche. This place has dozens of lodges, a handful of shops, a bakery, and even an internet cafe. Most of the trekkers spend two nights at Dingboche for acclimatization purposes. Yes of course, here all the trekkers are welcomed for every season. Accommodation at Lobuche Lobuche is the last overnight route to the Everest base camp. Basically, there are significant hotels in this village. But the accommodation here is quite basic. During peak trekking season, sometimes it can get hard to find lodges. So, in this type of situation, you might have to share the rooms with other trekkers of the same gender. Accommodation at Gorak Shep Since it is the best launching pad for an ascent of Kala Patthar, almost it is always a crowded place. In terms of accommodation, Gorakshep is pretty average. Trekking lodges are basic and even in the peak trekking season, you might have to sleep in a dining room or share a room with trekkers. Luckily, the dining room would be warmer for a little while, until the fire dies down.

SEASONS:

SPRING (March-May)

The months of spring are considered the best months for Everest Base Camp Trek. In spring, the weather is pretty favourably stable and perfect for high altitude climbing. During this period the entire Everest Region is blossom with seasonal flowers including Nepal's national flower “ Rhododendron or laliguras”.And crossing the UNESCO World Heritage “ Sagarmatha National Park” in this season offers a view of endangered animals, birds, vegetation and more. The whole forest lights up with red rhododendron which is only possible in the spring season. Spring season offers panoramic views of high peaks like Mt. Everest (8848 m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8201 m), Mt Makalu (8481 m), Mt. Ama Dablam (6812 m) and more.

AUTUMN(August - Early November)

Along with the spring season, the Autumn season is also considered the best for EBC Trek. As for the climate, it is neither warmer at day nor too freezing cold night as winter season. It gets a little chillier in the fall than during the springtime. But that’s a fair trade for the mesmerizing views of the surrounding peaks that you get to see during this season. Also, you may get to experience light rainfall in the early days of autumn. But the views after those unannounced rainfalls are definitely threats to keep an eye on. You can find a lot of trekkers from around the world.

WINTER (December- February)

The above mentioned season is not necessarily a bad season but due to cold climatic conditions the temperature falls under -17⁰C (1.4⁰F).   It is off-season and the sky seems to be very clear during winter. Also, winter is just the right time if you want to avoid hustling for space with other travellers.     MONSOON(June -August) Generally, trekking during the monsoon season is a challenging task. In the rainy season, the trails get muddy and even slippery at times.  The biggest challenge is going to be getting in or out of the mountains.  There may not be flights in or out of Lukla for days on end.  You could experience torrential rains lower on the trail, making it difficult and challenging to trek in.  If possible, we suggest avoiding this season of the year. There is more risk of land-slide and an overall more challenging time to be in the Everest region.

Fitness Level

The proverb" Health is wealth" truly holds for any Trekking/Hiking/Backpacking trip, especially in the Himalayan Region. Unlike mountaineering or rock climbing, mountaineering is considered a recreational activity. Why do we need to be physically fit before trekking to Everest Base Camp? The fittest you are, the chances are better than you extract the most from trekking. As we gain a higher altitude during the trek, the air becomes thinner. To cope with the decreasing level of Oxygen  Aerobic fitness is most. Defying gravity and walking for a long duration on a steep slope with a rucksack/day-pack require a moderate level of Strength and Endurance training.  How do we achieve the desired fitness level needed for Everest Base Camp Trek? This is purely quantitative and depends on the present physical condition of difficulty level and on the age to an extent. More time we spend on physical training results in better. However, this is a basic guideline to improve spending at least 8 weeks. The below training plan is a basic trekking fitness programme for beginners.

Aerobic Fitness:

First Phase: 1) Walking: In the early days, it is a good starter. Walking 4/5 Km every day, if possible on slopes. Maintain speed with a Complete 5 Km walk within an hour. Should continue for 5 days a week or for 3 weeks. 2) Stretching: After walking regular stretching exercises like free hands including shoulder, neck, arms, waist and legs should be done. Always do the stretching after your body is warmed up. Cold stretching is ineffective and may develop injuries.10 to 15 minutes.is mandatory. Once you complete the initial 3 weeks you can start building upon it. You can start either of the following: 2nd Phase: Jogging can be done. Avoid jogging on the concrete or tarred surfaces and use a properly cushioned running shoe. Initially try to cover 3 km in 20 minutes and later 5 Km in 30 minutes. Follow stretching exercises as mentioned after the Jog/Run. Continue for 4/5 days a week for 5 weeks span.  Cycling is another effective way to increase your aerobic capabilities and to shed extra pounds quickly. If you can do outdoor cycling, nothing compares to it. Using a static cycle in-home/gym initially covers a distance of 5 Km in 20 min with easy to moderate resistance available with the equipment. Later using moderate to high resistance cover a distance of at least 8 Km in 30 minutes. Follow stretching exercises as mentioned after the cycling session. Continue for 4/5 days a week for 5 weeks span.

Strength and Endurance training:

You can start this from the 2nd Phase of your Aerobic training. Always do the Strength training after the Aerobic Training and Stretching.  It aims at building strength in your back, shoulders, arms, and abdominal muscles. Your leg muscles will get stronger through aerobic training. At home, you can do push-ups and sit-ups. Do three sets each with a repetition of 10-15.  Pull-up or Chin-ups is difficult to start with. If you are able to do then do 3 sets with 5-10 repetitions. Otherwise, take someone’s help and do assist pull-ups of 3 sets with 8 to 12 repetitions.   Free squats of 3 sets with 10-15 repetitions. Avoid this if you have/had knee injuries.  In a gym or home, you can do a few basic weight training like biceps-curl, triceps press and shoulder press. Consult a physical trainer before this workout. Do 3 sets of each with weights ( as suggested by the trainer ) for 8-10 repetitions.

Permit needed for Everest Base Camp Trek

You need to have trekking permits to go on  Everest Base Camp Trek. An entry permit for Sagarmatha National Park and the Khumbu region is needed for EBC Trek. An additional entrance permit of the Gaurishankar Conservation Area and a standard trek from Lukla is also needed. In this travel guide, you will get all details on trekking permits for Everest Base Camp Trek. It includes the trekking permits from Luka and Jiri/Salleri.                                                                                                                                                    Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit  Includes:                                                                                                                                          Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit.  Gaurishankar Conservation Area Entrance Permit Everest Base Camp Trek Permits cost The amount payable for trekking permits remains the same regardless of the starting point of your trek; Lukla or Jiri/Salleri. Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit costs NRP 3,000 per person for foreigners and citizens of SAARC nations cost  NRP 1,500 per person. Nepalese are charged NRP 100 per person. Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit costs NRP 2,000 per trekker. It is the same for every trekker regardless of their nationality. You need to pay NRP 2,000 to obtain the Gaurishankar Conservation Area permit. The cost of this permit is the same for everyone. Let’s find out which are the trekking permits that you will require among the above-mentioned permits & costs when trekking from Luka or Jiri/Salleri.   Documents Required to Get Everest Base Camp Trekking Permits. A passport with a validity of 6 months or its copy is required to fill out a form. You need details from your passport to fill in the form and obtain Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit. You will need two photographs and fill up a form to get the Gaurishankar Conservation Area Entrance Permit. The permit is required only when trekking from Jiri or Salleri. Where to get Everest Base Camp Trek Permits? You will be acquiring trekking permits from different places when starting your trek from Lukla and Jiri or Salleri. Where to get an EBC trek permit when starting your EBC Trek from Lukla? You can get the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit at Monjo, the entrance of the national park while trekking. You can get a permit from Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu before the trek. Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit is available at the rural municipality counter which lies at the edge of the village in Lukla. You cannot get this permit from Kathmandu. The local government of Khumbu directly collects the fee. The benefit from permit fees will go to the region. Where to get an EBC trek permit when beginning your EBC Trek from Jiri/Salleri? You can get Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit either at Monjo during the trek or from Nepal Tourism Board’s office in Kathmandu. When trekking from Jiri or Salleri, Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit will be available at Monjo. The local government of Khumbu directly takes the permit fees so you cannot get this permit in advance from Kathmandu. The Gaurishankar Conservation Area permit can be acquired from the Nepal Tourism Board’s office in Kathmandu prior to your trek.    Do you need a trekking permit for a helicopter tour of Everest?                                                                                                          Well, you do not need to obtain a trekking permit for a helicopter tour of Everest. But if you will stop at Everest view hotel for breakfast then you have to pay RS 3000 for Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit.    Do you need a TIMS Card for Everest Base Camp Trek?                                                                                                                              As of October 2018, a new rule is in effect and trekkers do not need a TIMS card for Everest Base Camp Trek. Before 2018, trekkers needed 3 trekking permits- Sagarmatha National Park, TIMS (Trekker’s Information Management System), and Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality. A TIMS card used to cost USD 10 for trekkers in a group and USD 20 for independent trekkers. Moreover, the price of the TIMS card was NRP 300 for trekkers in groups and NRP 600 for independent trekkers from SAARC countries.    Important Tips for EBC Trek Permits                                                                                                                                                     Trekkers are expected to respect the local custom and traditions of the region and should not do any activity against the tradition and values of the community. You need to carry cash to pay for your Everest Base Camp Trek Permits that are payable in Nepalese Currency. The trekking permit fees could be quoted in the US dollar but are payable in Nepalese Currency. You are highly recommended to get travel insurance which covers high altitude treks up to 5,550 meters and emergency rescue via helicopter. It will be thoughtful to get the insurance that covers you in the event of lost or stolen baggage and cancellation of both domestic and international flights.    Travel with A Trusted Trekking Company                                                                                                                                             Trekking agency generally handle the process of obtaining Everest Base Camp Trek permits. Choose a travel company with a professional and experienced guide. An experienced guide from a trusted company will add value to your trek and make your trek wonderful. Everest Base Camp will shower you with memories to cherish for a lifetime!

The success rate for Everest base camp trip

In comparison to climbing Everest, The Everest Base Camp Trek is not a difficult trek to understand. Statistics show that about 90% of people make it to Everest base camp 5,364m/ 17,598 feet. It is even less up to Kala phattar 5,545m/ 18,192 feet which really is one of the main reasons for going to the Khumbu (Everest) region trek. The majority of death reported on Everest each year are of climbers and sherpas who have to deal with much greater altitude, more adverse weather conditions and a greater risk of fatal falls than those of EBC trekkers. The Everest Base Camp Trek poses a variety of risks because of its location and altitude. The trek would be much harder if you tried to complete it in under 14 days. Activities involved in the Trip Everest Base Camp Trek is not only about walking. If you think so you have to think beyond your perception. You can do much more activities and experience much more than just walking. The activities that you can do in the Everest base camp trek offer you an experience that certainly exceeds your expectation. Being the home to the highest mountain in the world, the Everest region has its charm that attracts adventure travellers from around the world. Everest base camp trek is a dream adventure for many trekkers. If you want to take this adventure beyond just a walking activity. We are listing a few awesome activities that you can do in the Everest base camp trek.    Walk to the base camp of the World’s highest peak. Tengboche Monastery  Everest View Hotel Sherpa people, their culture, and lifestyle The sunrise views and views of mountains from Kalapatthar Stunning views of mountains such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho-Oyu, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache and many more. Everest Helicopter Tour Yoga and Meditation Meeting and Conference GUIDE AND PORTERS Trekking in Nepal can be done either by taking a guide or independently. If you're not sure of the difference between porters, guides and those in between, trying to work out who you need on your team for a trek can be tricky. If you plan to trek without a guide, then it is usually best to stick to the more popular trekking trails, with plenty of teahouses and information signages. Guides are experienced trekkers and usually have good knowledge about trek trails. Porter is a personal decision that is also affected by the difficulty of the trek and the available budget. Guide   Guide show you the way, to point out the famous mountains, landmarks and of course, dangers. They're there to keep you safe, to fascinate you with tales of local lore and wild adventurers. They're there to make sure you get good food and a clean bed in every village and to make sure you have the best possible experience on your trek. A good guide can sometimes be hard to find but when you find one they'll usually be happy to help you find porters (most of whom speak little or no English or other languages, so unless you know some Nepali, this can be very difficult), sort out park passes and permits, get you into the mountains and work as a general manager for your porters and other staff each day, where you may otherwise struggle. Some of these additional services may come with a small fee to cover your guide's time and travel costs to the various booking offices and government departments. Your guide is essentially your mountain concierge and having one is likely to make your trip more pleasurable in every way. It's important also to treat your guide with respect and acknowledge the experience and wisdom they possess. The best guide-trekker relationships are always those that begin with mutual respect and blossom into friendship, trust and laughter. That is in fact the very foundation from which this company came into being. For safety, fun, local knowledge and to support the country that inspires such awe for all of us, we'd always recommend trekking with a guide. Porters       Porters are literally the backbone of the trekking world. Everything you see in the mountains that nature didn't put there – a porter did. For trekkers, the trail can be hard, the air thin, and the gear really heavy. Porters, especially Sherpas and other mountain peoples, are accustomed to the altitude and thin air and spend their lives carrying loads in the mountains. For you, a heavy pack of gear might make a tough day unbearable. A good porter won't have too much difficulty. If you ask them, porters will carry immense loads, much more than could be considered reasonable. It's up to you to exercise discretion and care. We suggest not asking any single porter to carry more than 18kg. A safe weight they can manage with comfort. A porter will typically carry the gear of two people. Porters aren't there to guide you, most don't even speak English, they're just there to make sure everything you need is where you need it. They're also not there to look out for your safety, in fact, porters are often so keen to get the job done that you need to look out for their safety and well-being. Especially on a DIY trek, as their employer, you have genuine responsibility for their health and safety.
Meanwhile, you can check out our most popular trekking routes: Everest Base Camp Treks Annapurna Base Camp Treks Langtang Region Treks If you might be interested to visit for more similar types of treks you can go through a short Everest base camp trek
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Outline Itinenary
  • Day 01 :Arrival in Katmandu.
  • Day 02 :Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu (2,820m) and trek to Phakding 2,640 M (30 minutes flight and 3 hours walk).
  • Day 03 :Day 03: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3446m) 6 hour.
  • Day 04 :Rest Day at Namche Bazaar.
  • Day 05 :Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3867m) 5 hour.
  • Day 06 :Tengboche to Dingboche (4300m) 5 hour.
  • Day 07 :Rest day at Dingboche for acclimatization and outing.
  • Day 08 :From Dingboche Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m - 5 hrs.
  • Day 09 :From Lobuche Trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364 meter and come back to GorakShep 5,180 miter - 06 hours.
  • Day 10 :From GorakShep Hike up to Kalapathar 5,545 meter and trek to Pheriche 4,240 meter - 5 hours.
  • Day 11 :From Pheriche Trek to Namche Bazzar- 6 hours walk.
  • Day 12 :From Namche Bazzar Trek to Lukla - 4 hrs.
  • Day 13 :From Lukla Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to your Lodging.
  • Day 14 :Final Departure/Farewell.

Please Note: The cloud and turbulent weather is a regular phenomenon along the Himalayan range. It is thus possible that domestic flights from Kathmandu to/from Lukla may have to be delayed for a few hours or even cancelled for a day or more. Fortunately, this does not happen frequently during the high seasons of March to May or September to November: but you need to plan for this possibility.

As a safeguard, we recommend that you add on a couple of extra days after your trek before you fly from Kathmandu to your onward destination.

Day 01:Arrival in Katmandu.
  • 1400m.
  • Three star rated Hotel.
  • 6-7 km.

Landing in Nepal (Kathmandu Airport) and our staff will take you to the lodging in Thamel (15 minutes’ drive by private vehicle). What’s more, your guide will brief you with all data required for 14 days Everest Base Camp Trek.

Day 02:Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu (2,820m) and trek to Phakding 2,640 M (30 minutes flight and 3 hours walk).
  • 2820 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 3 hrs.

The trek beginning by departure from kathmandu to Lukla, this is gateway to Everest Base camp Trek and Khumbu region. As a first day of trekking after the flight will meet our Porter in Lukla then we will proceed with our trek to Phakding through downhill with the view on Chaurikharka (Hilary) School and lovely monastery. Passing Choplung and ThadoKosi river to Phakding which is cultivated land and you will be pleased with the view of DudhKosi River and a few mountains.

Day 03:Day 03: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3446m) 6 hour.
  • 3446 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 6 hrs.

The second day of trail is to go to Namche Bazzar, the biggest Sherpa town the walk continues DudhKosi River and crossing a few suspension bridges to past the Benker and MonjoColourful town and entering Sagaramatha National Park assigned in 1974, the world heritage and highest park in the world. From here strolling on the river bed and after that an ascending for couple of hours with beautiful views on Kongde,Thamsherku, and Mt. Everest, gradually brings you at Namche Bazzar. Here you can access with banks, ATM, Post office, Stores, and numerous shops with digital bistro. Namche Bazzar is the well-known for Saturday’s market from where every goods and needs are supplied to mountains for tourists and local people.

Day 04:Rest Day at Namche Bazaar.
  • 3446 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

We will take breakfast and whole day explore the places. Namche Bazaar is the biggest Sherpa Town where you can access with banks, ATM, Post office, Stores, numerous shops, digital café and a colourful market. Also, you can make a short hike up to Khumjung from where you can enjoy spectacular views of the mountains. Then, the trailreaches to Sagarmatha National Park where you can enjoy the dazzling views of sunrise over the Himalayas including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, AmaDablam, Thamserku, Kongdeetc.After you can stroll to Khumjung village and visit the Hillary School and a monastery

Day 05:Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3867m) 5 hour.
  • 3867 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 5 hrs.

From Namche Bazar for couple of hours the trail continues on progressive like zigzag way with unbelievable views on Mt. Everest and other Snowy Capped mountain, as the walk decends to the ImjaKhola at PhunkiThaga village, from where a gradual pass through the full-bloomed Rhododendron and alpine woods for couple of hours brings you at pleasant and beautiful town with biggest Thyangboche monastery of Khumbu valley, where you can observe the astounding views of sunset and visit the Monastery and see the Buddhiest prayers.This Monastery likewise holds an incredible occasion called Mani Rimdu in every October, where a surprising dance is performed  by Lama and monks.

 

Day 06:Tengboche to Dingboche (4300m) 5 hour.
  • 4300 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 5 hrs.

Toward the beginning of the day, you will observe the great views on  the mountains and after that walk downhill through tranquil forest and Diboche village coming to at a metal bridge over ImjaKhila, from here begins ascend to Pangboche which is the last Sherpa village before Everest Base Camp, as our walk keep on Somare for lunch with super outlooks on Amadablam at close displacement.After slow short climb you will reach at ImjaKhola valley. The Dingboche town at 4,360 meters situated inside excellent Imja valley with close North Face perspectives on Amadablam including Lhotse and staggering Island peak towards east.

Day 07:Rest day at Dingboche for acclimatization and outing.
  • 4300 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

In Dingboche another significant rest day for appropriate acclimatization before going to Everest base camp and move up to Kalapathar, Dingboche with many fine hotels with some cyber internet. At Dingboche, one can go for short acclimatization strolls up Nagarjuna slopes for super outlooks on mighty mountains with Mt. Makalu towards the further east.

Day 08:From Dingboche Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m - 5 hrs.
  • 4930 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 5 hrs.

With the wonderful outlooks on high snowy-capped mountains with Amadablam, as our trek starts heading up the slope around an hour to a ridge and after that on steady up with amazing outlooks as the walk continues Thukla, where Khumbu icy mass (glacier) melts into a furious river here with rest and lunch at move up to Thukla ridge,You can see a lot of memorials of climbers and mountaineers who have been missing and passed away on Everest expedition including different peaks inside Everest region.

After rest a bit while,an hour of high elevation walk carries you at Lobuche with 08-10 great lodges to remain overnight confronting Nuptse and Lobuche peaks.

Day 09:From Lobuche Trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364 meter and come back to GorakShep 5,180 miter - 06 hours.
  • 5364 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 6 hrs.

Today a main and the final day to our ambition coming at the foot of world highest Mt. Everest Base Camp, morning walk leads you to the steep short climb begins to stroll on the Khumbu glacier and the glacier brings you at GorakShep which is last village to go to Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar. There are only 4-5 pleasant teahouse for overstay night, from where our walk leads over glacier and moraine (glacial residue) then, coming to at base camp of Everest over 5,364-meter-high with clearing views on Khumbu Ice Fall and glacier.

 

Mountaineers, during the peak climbing season this area is overflowed with climbers-guides, supporter staffs and Yaks (Yaks will supply the prerequisites like Cooking gas, Tents, Foods). You will explore the lifetime experience of this heavenly place and return to GorakShep where your overnight stay remains.

Day 10:From GorakShep Hike up to Kalapathar 5,545 meter and trek to Pheriche 4,240 meter - 5 hours.
  • 5545 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 5 hrs.

After breakfast, you will be ascending up to highest point of Kalapathar, the top most spot experience at over 5,545 m high offering stunning scene views on mountains with Mt. Everest and magnificient mountains at very close distance, then we will decending to GorakShep for breakfast and proceed with trek on a similar way till Thukla. From there our course redirects towards Pheriche windy valley on close dimension ground with spectacular views during the walk to Pheriche for overnight stay. The Pheriche town with numerous great nice accomodation here you can visit HRA (Himalayan Rescue Association) office with a little medical post.

Day 11:From Pheriche Trek to Namche Bazzar- 6 hours walk.
  • 3446 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 6 hours.

After breakfast, we will be long descending with a few climbs as the route leads towards Pangboche village and then to the bridge, after the bridge back into greenery and tree lines as the route ascends up to Thyangboche Monastery, with downhill stroll to PhunkiTenga on crossing a wooden bridge climb uphill to Lousasa and Sanasalittle villages with gradual twisting path to Kyanjuma.

 

The beautiful spot with a few lodges facing Everest, Amadablam and Thamserku peaks, from here the chance of seeing some wildlife like Himalayan Thar, Musk deer and the colorfulDanphe(Impeyanpheasant,the national bird of Nepal). After a pleasant and refreshing short rest strollleads towards Namche Bazaar for the overnight stay.

Day 12:From Namche Bazzar Trek to Lukla - 4 hrs.
  • 2820 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • 4 hrs.

Everest Base Camp treks finishes up with a strolling back to Lukla, as the trail leads on a similar route following delicate way past Jorsalle, Benker, Phakding and Ghat towns with a ascend to reach Lukla, where you can appreciate each other’s on the last nigght in Everest region.

Day 13:From Lukla Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to your Lodging.
  • 1400 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Early morning you will be taken to Lukla air terminal for short trip to Kathmandu withbreathtaking picturesque areal views of white and green mountains.

Day 14:Final Departure/Farewell.
  • 1400 m.
  • Best Hotel Available.
  • Breakfast.
  • 6-7 km.

Today is the final day of our trip. You will never forget the lifetime experience and those momentum. On that day, our agent will drop you to the Airport 3 hours before your planned flight. We wish for your safe and great flight. Hope See you next time.

Dates and Cost

Trip Dates Trip Price Trip Status
20/06/2019 - 04/07/2019 US$ 1249
10/06/2019 - 24/06/2019 US$ 1249
06/06/2019 - 20/06/2019 US$ 1250
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Included in the Cost
  • 2 nights’ Accommodation service in Kathmandu.
  • All accommodation and meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Transfer both two ways flight Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu.
  • An experienced and governmental licenced English-speaking trek guide and Sherpa porters to carry luggage including their salary, insurance, equipment, food and lodging.
  • Porter 1:2 ratio. 1 porter for 2 people weighing around 15-20 kg of weight.
  • Sleeping bags and duffel bags, Walking Sticks if necessary.
  • Trekking maps.
  • Our Company provides Adventure Trekking Certificate.
  • Our administration charge and government charges.
Not Included in the Cost
  • Food in city like Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Extra Hotel Lodging Charges in Kathmandu because of Early arrive or late departure. early arrive from mountain than our schedule Itinerary.
  • Tips to Guides and porters.
  • Additional charge in case of emergency (You must have adequate travel insurance to cover any kind of emergencies, like (ground transportation & Heli recue/medical/hospitalization. Medical etc).
  • Your International flight ticket airfare.
  • Chocolates/energy drinks/alcohol/mineral water/cigarettes/packing food /snacks etc.
  • Additional medication for altitude sickness (Acetazolamide etc).
  • Personal and any other expenses such as Laundry/WIFI on trek/phone call.
  • Personal trekking equipment.
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