Everest Base Camp Trek

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Duration 14 Days
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$1390 USD

  • Best Season

    March - jun and Sep - Dec
  • Max-Altitude

  • Difficulty Level

  • Group Size

    1-20 persons
  • Accomodation

    Tea Houses


An Everest Base Camp Trek is the adventure of a lifetime, a journey for travelers an exciting opportunity to be at the foot of world’s highest mountain – Mount Everest (8848m/29029ft). Embark in the wonder of the Great Himalayas with immense pride and glory and brace yourself for the most exotic and beauteous journey of your life.

Everest Base Camp Trek route starts from Lukla after the 30mins flight from Kathmandu. Upon landing at the tiny airstrip in Lukla head off for several days into the homelands of the ethnic Sherpa people. See Buddhist monasteries in Tengboche and Panboche, and close-up views of Mt. Everest and the adjoining Ama Dablam, said by many to be among the attractive mountains of Nepal.

On Everest Base Camp trek, where you can relax in the comfort of nice cozy lodges with amazing views of Mt. Everest (8,848m / 29, 028ft) Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m-24,940 ft), Mt. Nuptse (7,855m-25,772 ft) Amadablam (6,812 m / 22,480 ft) Kangtenga (6,782 m / 22, 380 ft) Thamserku ( 6,623 m / 21, 855 ft) Kwangde (6,011 m / 19,837 ft) Kusum Khanguru (6,373 m / 21,030 ft) holy Mt. Khumbi-la (5,761 m / 19,012 ft), Island peak with adjoining peaks as far to world 5th highest Mt. Makalu towards east horizon. You can also have an immense pleasure of seeing the culture of Sherpa people, panoramic view from Syangboche and visit a school established by Sir Edmund Hillary.

Trip Highlights            

  • Set out on challenging hikes to Kala Pattar (18,221ft), Nangkartshang Peak (16,672ft). and Everest Base Camp (17,595ft)
  • Remarkable view of Khumbu Icefall
  • Panoramic view from Syangboche
  • Explore Sherpa villages and the ancient Thami and Tengboche monasteries
  • Visit a school established by Sir Edmund Hillary in the mountain village of Khumjung.


Arrive at Kathmandu Tribhuwan International Airport (1300m), Where meets you our airport representative and transfer to hotel. We will explain about your program in evening time.

We take an early morning flight to Lukla which is where all Everest treks begin. We meet the rest of our team in Lukla and start trekking from there. We walk on a trail that gradually descends to Cheplung village from where we get a glimpse of Mt. Khumbila, a sacred mountain which has never been climbed. From here, we gradually descend until Phakding.

After breakfast at Phakding, the trail further opens out to reach the celebrated mountain town of Namche Bazaar. En route to Namche, several smaller villages are crossed, like Jorsale and Monjo. Monjo lies north of Phakding and is the entry point of the Sagarmatha National Park. The trail ventures through the national park and finally arrives at Namche. Walking along the trekking route through the Sagarmatha National Park presents many virtues, like its alpine woods, small rivers and brooks and deciduous forests. Thick acreages of Pine and Cedar cover the lands and provide a pleasant atmosphere to trek through. Namche Bazaar, because of its strategic location, is the commercial hub of the Khumbu region. It is located on a mountain side and views of the Thamserku Peak and the Kongdi RI Himal from here are amazing.

Namche is a great place to acclimatize. The sights around Namche are spectacular and beautiful. After breakfast, you can visit the Syangboche Airstrip that lies on a hill above the town. From here, you can get panoramic view of Namche and can see amazing sights of the Himalayas as well. Further from Namche lies the Everest View Hotel. The hotel is the highest located hotel in the world and provides view of Mount Everest and many other Himalayan peaks from all of its windows. Back at Namche, you can visit the Everest Photo Gallery and the Sherpa Culture Museum as well.

We’ll continue to follow the valley above the Dudh Koshi, and be treated to amazing views of Everest, as well as Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam along the way. We’ll cross another high bridge at the village of Phunki Tenga, where we will stop for lunch. After a brief rest, we have a steep climb to Tengboche, the site of the largest gompa (Buddhist monastery) in the region.

Today we back down into the forest, and across the Imja Khola. Once across, we’ll climb up to Pangboche village and more stunning views of what seems like the entire Himalaya. We’ll continue upwards to the HRA’s first aid post at Pheriche, and be able to attend a lecture on avoiding altitude sickness (which we really do advise you to attend).

In order to help with your acclimatization and prepare you for the higher portions of the trek, we will arrange an excursion to see Tshola Lake and the Tawache and Cholatse Walls. The short trek will take us up the ridge over Dingboche, where we’ll be able to see the Imja Valley spread beneath us, and the south face of Lhotse in the distance.

Today we begin the main trek again, climbing the steep Khumbu Glacier with Taw ache and Cholatse peaks overhead. The boulder-strewn terminal moraine makes interesting and rugged terrain, and the top of the glacier is marked with numerous cairns, left to mark the passage of the Sherpa’s and climbers who have died conquering Everest.

The trail now leads along the Khumbu Glacier, providing excellent vistas of the Himalayan peaks nearby. Lunch is at Gorak Shep, and then we are back on the trail for a few hours until we reach Everest Base Camp. We will pass lesser glaciers, ice pinnacles, and the sometimes dangerous crevasses of the Khumbu along the way. The return trip to Gorak Shep is made along a higher path overlooking the Khumbu icefall and the South Col route.

We’ll set off very early on day ten to make for the peak of Kala Pattar, and one of the most awe-inspiring views in the region. The land stretches out before us, from Everest itself to the Khumbu ice field. After a pause for rest, lunch and photographs, we begin the descent back to Dingboche.

We’ll be following the river again for some time, then making our way to Tengboche through rhododendron and birch woods. After Tengboche, we’ll cross the Dudh Koshi and return to Namche.

The hike back to Lukla follows a trail that moves steeply downwards and crosses a suspension bridge. Chortens, prayer flags, Mani-stone walls and small Gompas line the villages and the trail. The Dudh Koshi River gushes by and adds a beautiful ambiance to the natural setting. Open plains, pine and rhododendron forests as well as snow covered peaks decorate the beautiful picturesque settings. As we reach Lukla, we can just relax. In the evening, we may celebrate the victory of accomplishing the trek as well.

30-minute flights back to Kathmandu from Lukla ends the trekking part of the journey. You can revel in the changing sights of the landscapes one last time while on the flight. After landing in the Kathmandu airport, you will be transferred to the Hotel.

Our Airport Representative will drop you to the Kathmandu international airport for your final flight departure from Nepal.

Trip Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop-off by private car
  • Standard twin shared accommodation in hotels in Kathmandu including breakfast
  • Twin shared lodge/guesthouse accommodations during the trek.
  • 11 Days guide and porter service during the trek
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight fare
  • Guide flight fare Kathmandu Lukla Kathmandu
  • Your all foods in the Mountain region
  • All accommodation, food & salary for the guide & porters
  • Guide insurance, Salary & their equipment
  • TIMs Card and Everest National park permit
  • Government and local taxes.

Trip Excludes

  • Lunch and Dinner your stay in Kathmandu.
  • All kind of drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks).
  • Your Personal equipment.
  • Emergency Rescue.
  • Personal travel and medical insurance.
  • Any kind of personal expense.
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.
  • Tips for trekking staff, driver (Tipping is expected).


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