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Everest Base Camp Trek by Road - 16 Days

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  • Duration 16 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Everest Base Camp Via Road
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Max. Altitude 17,598 feet (5,545 m)
  • Trip Type Trekking And Jeep Ride
  • Transport Jeep
  • Accommodation Hotel & Tea House


  • Easy and Safe Online Booking System
  • Free Cancellations according to Company Policy
  • Last-minute booking facility
  • Full packages trip with 3-time meal Meal Plan
  • A professional guide with fluent english
  • Chance to Trek in Nepal’s Least Trekked region
  • Visit the iconic Tengboche Monastery
  • Trek through green vegetation and a forest of oak, pine, and rhododendron.
  • Hike to the vantage point of Kala Patthar 
  • Enter the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sagarmatha National Park
  • Experience the warm hospitality and rich culture of the Sherpa people
  • Actively explore villages and viewpoints with short treks alongside your road journey.
  • Panoramic mountain view of  Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Cho Oyu.

The Everest base camp trek by road is a unique and adventurous journey that offers a distinct perspective on reaching the iconic campsite of Mount Everest, the world's highest peak, by road. This EBC by road trek, which is known for being difficult but also rewarding, is an option for people who want to do something different from the usual flight to Lukla.

This epic Everest base camp trek without flight unfolds over 16 days, covering approximately 700 kilometers of breathtaking landscapes. You'll ascend from the bustling city of Kathmandu (1400 m) to the iconic Everest Base Camp (5364 m), all while riding in a jeep.

This Everest base camp trek without flight highlights the unparalleled beauty of the Khumbu region, allowing for a gradual immersion into the stunning landscapes and rich cultural tapestry of the Everest region.

One of the main attractions of this Everest base camp trek by jeep is the opportunity to explore the vibrant Sherpa villages along the way. From Namche Bazaar, a bustling market town, to the ancient Tengboche Monastery, trekkers witness the unique blend of traditional Sherpa culture and breathtaking mountain views, including Ama Dablam and Everest itself.

The trekking route to Everest base camp by road (without flight) takes trekkers through picturesque landscapes, including dense forests, suspension bridges over roaring rivers, and high-altitude deserts. The scenery evolves as trekkers ascend, offering glimpses of snowy peaks, glaciers, and the iconic Khumbu Icefall. This varied terrain provides a sensory feast for adventure enthusiasts.

While this Everest base camp trek by jeep operates throughout the year, the best seasons are spring (March–May) and autumn (October–November). These months offer comfortable temperatures, clear skies, and vibrant landscapes. Imagine trekking through rhododendron forests ablaze with color or witnessing the Himalayas bathed in the golden hues of autumn.

Apart from the physical challenge and the awe-inspiring scenery, trekking to Everest base camp by road brings various benefits, including deeper cultural immersion, enhanced acclimatization, and a more gradual ascent, reducing the risk of altitude-related issues.

This Everest base camp trek without a Lukla flight is the best choice for those who want to skip landing at Lukla, the most dangerous airport in the world. Additionally, trekkers have the chance to experience the warmth and hospitality of the local Sherpa communities.

We offer a seamless and memorable Everest base camp trek by road experience. We prioritize safety, comfort, and authenticity, offering knowledgeable guides, well-planned itineraries, and well-equipped accommodations. Join us on this extraordinary journey and let the road to Everest Base Camp become an unforgettable adventure.

The Everest base camp trek without flight to Lukla presents a distinctive and rewarding way to reach the base of the world's highest peak. With its unique attractions, diverse landscapes, and cultural immersion, this trek offers an unparalleled adventure for those seeking a different perspective on the Everest region. Start this extraordinary journey with our dedicated service, and let the Himalayas unveil their grandeur in an unforgettable way.

Major Attractions of Everest Base Camp Trek by Jeep

  • Enjoy the comfort and convenience of a jeep journey, offering stunning views without the strenuous effort of hiking.
  • With the transportation covered, you have more time to explore villages, monasteries, and viewpoints along the way.
  • Cross the iconic suspension bridge, a thrilling test of your nerve over the roaring Dudh Koshi River.
  • Witness iconic giants like Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and of course, Mount Everest, soaring towards the sky from every angle.
  • Hike through vibrant rhododendron forests in spring, their pink and red blossoms painting the landscape in a mesmerizing display.
  • Follow the gurgling Dudh Koshi River, its turquoise waters contrasting with the rugged mountains and offering serene riverside scenes.
  • Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views from vantage points like Kala Patthar and Tengboche Monastery, encompassing valleys, peaks, and glaciers.
  • Experience a captivating change in scenery, from lush valleys and cascading waterfalls to barren high-altitude terrain with glaciers and snow-capped peaks.
  • Visit ancient monasteries like Tengboche and Namche, soaking in their spiritual atmosphere and admiring their colorful murals and prayer flags.
  • Combine the road journey with short treks to viewpoints, monasteries, and hidden villages for a more active experience.
  • Keep an eye out for Himalayan tahrs, langurs, eagles, and other fascinating creatures in their natural habitat.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Details

  • Total trip duration: 16 days
  • Trekking duration: 12 days
  • Driving duration: 2 days
  • Starting point: Kathmandu
  • Ending point: Kathmandu
  • Maximum altitude: 5,545 meters (Kala Patthar)
  • Minimum altitude: 1,400 meters (Kathmandu)
  • Road transportation: By private vehicle
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation: Teahouses and Hotels
  • Major attractions: mountain ranges and peaks, hills, rivers, lakes, cascades, icefalls, local settlement and culture, flowers and wilderness, monasteries, shrines, Chortens, memorials, etc.
  • Mountains viewed: Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Lhotse Shar (8393m), Nuptse (7861m), Tengi ragi tau (6983m), Ama Dablam (6814m), Thamserku (6608m), Tobuche (6501m), Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Shar (6093m), Nupla (5885m), Khumbila (5761m), Kabsila (5583m)

Best Season for Everest Base Camp Trek by Road 

The best times for the Everest Base Camp trek by road are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During spring, temperatures rise, flowers bloom, and the landscape bursts with vibrant colors. The trails are adorned with rhododendron blossoms, creating a picturesque setting as you make your way to Everest Base Camp. The days are moderately warm, and the nights are relatively mild, offering comfortable trekking conditions.

Autumn is another great time for the road trek to Everest Base Camp. After the monsoon rains clear, you're greeted with crystal-clear skies and breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks. The air is crisp, visibility is excellent, and the trekking trails are in prime condition. This season provides an ideal setting for an unforgettable journey without the interference of rain or snow.

For the more adventurous, the Everest base camp trek without Lukla flight can also be done in January and February, but with caution. These winter months bring colder temperatures and the possibility of snowfall, especially at higher altitudes. If the weather conditions are favorable, trekking during this time offers a unique experience with fewer crowds and a tranquil mountain landscape covered in a blanket of snow.

Everest Base Camp Trek By Road Cost for 2024 and 2025

The Everest Base Camp trek by road is an adventure of a lifetime, and understanding the costs involved is crucial for planning your journey. For the years 2024 and 2025, our Everest base camp trek by road cost for the group joining package is $1650. This package is designed for those who prefer to trek with a group, sharing the experience with fellow enthusiasts.

The group joining package covers a range of services, including accommodation, meals, permits, transportation, and the expertise of our experienced guides. Trekking with a group adds a social element to the adventure, allowing you to share the incredible moments and challenges with like-minded individuals.

For those seeking a more private and personalized experience, we offer private trek options. For detailed information on private trek costs, please contact us during the booking process. Our team is dedicated to tailoring the experience to your preferences and ensuring that your Everest Base Camp trek by road is not only memorable but also fits your individual needs.

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  • Highest Altitude1400m
  • Accommodation3 star Hotel or similar

Upon your arrival, a company representative will greet you at the airport, where you will be transferred to your assigned hotel. If you arrive early in the morning, you have the option to either rest at the hotel or explore the nearby area. Later in the evening, we will gather in our office for a meeting.

On the other hand, if your arrival is in the evening, our team will meet you directly at the hotel. They will provide you with a pre brief about your upcoming trek and guide you through any necessary formalities. Following the meetings and formalities, you can enjoy a relaxing dinner and take the opportunity to rest.

These arrangements are designed to ensure your comfort and convenience, allowing for flexibility based on your arrival time. Whether you choose to explore the surroundings or rest after your journey, we aim to make your arrival experience smooth and enjoyable.

  • Duration8 to 9 hours
  • Highest Altitude2,326m
  • AccommodationTeahouse (twin sharing)

After a hearty breakfast in Kathmandu, we begin on a scenic drive by Jeep to Thamdanda, situated at an elevation of 2326 meters.

The road trip covers a distance of approximately 150 kilometers and takes around 7-8 hours, offering a mesmerizing blend of urban and rural landscapes. As we leave the bustling city behind, the road gradually winds its way through picturesque villages, terraced fields, and lush greenery.

As we drive higher, you'll notice the air getting cooler and the surroundings starting to change. Tiny villages pop up between neatly carved terraced fields, with their colorful houses adding a vibrant touch, adorned by prayer flags dancing in the breeze. We might make a pit stop at Salleri, a friendly town known for its traditional markets and welcoming locals.

After grabbing lunch in Ghurmi, the road takes a dip into the Dudh Koshi Valley. Get ready for a jaw-dropping view of towering peaks covered in lush forests and crowned with glistening glaciers. Keep an eye out for the impressive Numbur and Lhotse peaks, giving us a sneak peek at the grandeur that lies ahead.

The last portion of our drive involves a winding climb through rhododendron-filled forests and charming villages. Inhale the fresh mountain air and take in the sweeping views—just a taste of the awe-inspiring scenes waiting for us.

By late afternoon, we will reach Thamdanda, a delightful village perched at 2,326 meters. Our home for the night will be a comfy teahouse, a classic Nepalese lodge where you'll experience warm hospitality and savor delicious local dishes.

  • Distance: approximately 180 km 

  • Duration: 8-9 hours

  • Route: Kathmandu - BP Highway - Salleri - Ghurmi - Dudh Koshi Valley - Thamdanda

  • Sceneries: Lush valleys, cascading waterfalls, quaint villages, terraced fields, snow-capped peaks, rhododendron forests

  • Mountain views: Numbur, Lhotse

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouse (twin sharing)

  • Duration3 to 4 hours
  • Highest Altitude2640 m
  • AccommodationTeahouse (twin sharing)

We'll begin our day with a hearty breakfast, and our backpacks will be filled with excitement and snacks to keep us fueled.

The first part of our journey is an energetic uphill trek to Paiya (2730 m). Hike through a rhododendron forest on winding paths while taking in the fresh mountain air. These lovely trees, dressed in pink and red blossoms, will add a festive touch to our trail. Keep an eye out for the playful birds weaving through the branches, creating a natural soundtrack for our trek.

Once we reach Paiya, get ready for a jaw-dropping view of the Himalayas. Snow-capped peaks stand tall against the blue sky, telling tales of adventure and calling us forward. Take a moment to absorb this breathtaking panorama, etching it into your memory, and, of course, feel free to snap a photo or two.

The next part of our journey is a gentle descent, following the graceful twists of the Dudh Koshi River. Along the way, enjoy the lush hillsides adorned with green forests and charming Nepali villages. You might even spot yaks peacefully grazing, their fluffy coats blending with the natural colors of the mountains.

After covering around 15 kilometers, we'll reach Phakding (2640 m), our home for the night. This village, nestled amidst hills, is a lively spot buzzing with fellow trekkers. You will stay in a comfortable teahouse, warm up by the crackling fireplace, and treat yourself to a comforting cup of yak butter tea—the perfect way to wrap up a rewarding day on the trail.

  • Distance: Approximately 15 kilometers

  • Duration: Around 3 to 4 hours

  • Route: Thamdanda - Paiya - Surke - Dudh Koshi River - Chheplung - Phakding

  • Scenery: Rhododendron forests, snow-capped peaks, hillsides with villages, the Dudh Koshi River

  • Mountain view: Lhotse and Nuptse peaks, Everest

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration6 to 7 hours
  • Highest Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today's trek takes us to Namche Bazaar (3440 m), the vibrant heart of the Everest region, a climb that rewards sweat with breathtaking scenery and a sense of accomplishment.

After a hearty breakfast, we set off on the 9-kilometer trail, winding through lush rhododendron forests and quaint villages. The path gently ascends, offering panoramic views of the Dudh Koshi River carving its way through the valley below. Keep an eye out for prayer flags fluttering in the breeze, adding vibrant splashes of color to the landscape.

After a couple of hours of steady climbing, we reach Jorsale (2800 m), a perfect spot for a well-deserved lunch break. Refuel with a local delicacy like dal bhat or momos, and soak in the panoramic views of snow-capped peaks like Thamserku and Ama Dablam. 

The afternoon stretch takes us through the Hillary Suspension Bridge, a thrilling experience that tests your mettle against the roaring Dudh Koshi River below. From here, the path gets steeper, but the reward is worth the effort. As you climb, the majestic peaks of Lhotse and Nuptse seem to rise up to greet you, their icy summits gleaming in the sunlight. 

Finally, after approximately 6 to 7 hours of trekking, you'll arrive in Namche Bazaar, the bustling gateway to Everest Base Camp. This charming town is a melting pot of trekkers, Sherpas, and locals, offering a vibrant atmosphere and a plethora of shops, cafes, and teahouses.

  • Distance: Approximately 9 kilometers

  • Duration: 6 to 7 hours

  • Route: Phakding - Jorsale - Hillary Suspension Bridge - Namche Bazaar

  • Scenery: Rhododendron forests, Dudh Koshi River, snow-capped peaks, villages

  • Mountain Views: Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Tengi ragi tau, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tobuche, Kusum Kanguru, Shar, Nupla, Khumbila, and Kabsila

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses in Namche Bazaar

  • Duration2 to 3 hours
  • Highest Altitude3,880 m
  • AccommodationTeahouse (Twin sharing)

Today, we reach a crucial phase of our trek as we dedicate the day to acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, a charming Sherpa town nestled in the heart of the Khumbu region at an elevation of 3,440 meters.

We begin the day with a leisurely breakfast, relishing the stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, including the awe-inspiring Thamserku and Kongde Ri. After breakfast, we embark on a short acclimatization hike towards the Everest View Hotel, located at an elevation of 3,880 meters. The trail ascends gradually, providing us with breathtaking panoramas of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and a myriad of other peaks. Along the way, we traverse rhododendron forests and encounter Sherpa villages, gaining insights into the local culture and lifestyle.

In the afternoon, we explore the vibrant streets of Namche Bazaar, visiting local markets, shops, and monasteries. The town is a hub of Sherpa culture, and we can engage with the warm and hospitable locals.

As the day comes to a close, we gather for a team rebriefing with our trek leader. This session provides an opportunity to discuss the challenges and highlights of the trek so far, ensuring everyone is in good health and spirits. Following the rebriefing, we have dinner at local teahouses, savoring traditional Sherpa cuisine and relishing the company of our fellow trekkers.

  • Trek Distance: around 5 km (Hike to Hotel Everest View)
  • Trek Duration:  2 to 3 hours 
  • Highest Altitude: 3,880 m (Hotel Everest View)
  • Highlights: Syanboche airport, Everest view hotel, View of Mount Everest, Namchebazar local market
  • Mountains viewed: Everest, Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, Nuptse, Thamserku , Tobuche , Kusum Kanguru, Shar, Nupla, Khumbila, and Kabsila
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

  • Duration5 to 6 hours
  • Highest Altitude3860 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Our adventure covers a distance of around 10 kilometers, a moderate trek that unfolds over 5 to 6 hours, allowing us to savor the beauty of the Himalayan landscape.

Our route for the day winds through charming villages and lush forests, creating a delightful blend of cultural immersion and natural beauty. The trail gently ascends, and along the way, the panoramic views of the Dudh Koshi River below add a serene touch to our trek. The vibrant rhododendron forests lining the path enhance the visual feast.

As we progress, we'll take a well-deserved break in the village of Phunki Tenga, where the Dudh Koshi River flows beside us, offering a soothing interlude. Resuming our journey, the trail unveils the majestic Tengboche Monastery, an iconic landmark against the backdrop of the Himalayan peaks.

The scenery on this stretch is nothing short of spectacular, with every step revealing new vistas of natural splendor. The towering peaks of Thamserku and Ama Dablam provide a breathtaking panorama, while the ever-present backdrop of Lhotse, Nuptse, and Everest adds to the grandeur of the journey.

After a day filled with adventure, we reach the serene village of Tengboche, surrounded by towering peaks. The teahouses here offer comfortable accommodation, providing a perfect setting to unwind and reflect on the day's trek. As the evening settles in, trekkers have the opportunity to share stories and enjoy a warm meal in the tranquil ambiance of the Himalayas.

  • Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers

  • Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Route: Phakding - Jorsale - Hillary Suspension Bridge - Namche Bazaar

  • Scenery: Rhododendron forests, Dudh Koshi River, snow-capped peaks, villages and Tengboche monastery

  • Mountain Views: Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Tobuche, Kusum Kanguru, and Everest

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration4 to 5 hours
  • Highest Altitude4410 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

After a hearty breakfast at your Tengboche teahouse, we start our trek towards Dingboche. The trail initially descends through a thick pine forest, with dappled sunlight filtering through the leaves and creating a mesmerizing play of light and shadow. Keep your eyes peeled for playful red pandas or majestic Himalayan griffons soaring overhead, adding a touch of wilderness to the serene landscape.

As you come out of the forest, the landscape opens up, revealing rolling hills adorned with colorful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze. The path starts with a gentle ascent, offering panoramic views of the Himalayas that will leave you speechless.

Ama Dablam, with its distinctive shape, stands tall like a guardian of the valley, its icy crown glittering in the sun. Lhotse and Nuptse, giants among giants, rise in the distance, their snow-capped peaks piercing the azure sky.

After a couple of hours of steady climbing, you'll reach the suspension bridge over the Khumbu River. Crossing this bridge is a mini-adventure in itself, with the rushing water below adding a touch of thrill to the journey.

As you pass through the quaint village of Phangboche, catch a glimpse of the Nangkartshang Chorten, a beautiful Buddhist monument adorned with colorful prayer flags.

After trekking for approximately 6 to 7 hours, adventurers will arrive at Dingboche, a picturesque village nestled among the mountains. You will stay in your cozy teahouse, warm your feet by the fireplace, and indulge in a cup of steaming yak butter tea, the perfect reward after a day's ascent.

  • Distance: Approximately 7 kilometers

  • Duration: 4-5 hours

  • Route: Tengboche - Deboche - Phangboche - Dingboche

  • Scenery: Pine forests, rolling hills, prayer flags, Dudh Koshi River, snow-capped peaks, villages

  • Mountain views: Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Nuptse

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration5 to 6 hours
  • Highest Altitude4410 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today, we take a break from the continuous uphill climb and focus on acclimatization in the charming village of Dingboche (4410 m). After a hearty breakfast at your cozy Dingboche teahouse, we begin on a morning hike to Nangkartshang Peak (5083 m), offering panoramic views of the Himalayas that will leave you speechless.

The trail winds through meadows ablaze with wildflowers, past yak pastures, and finally reaches the summit, where the world seems to unfold at your feet. Take your time, soak in the scenery, and capture it all in your memory (and camera!).

After conquering Nangkartshang Peak, descend back to Dingboche and explore the village's hidden gems. Wander through narrow lanes lined with colorful prayer flags, browse local handicraft shops, and sip on a steaming cup of yak butter tea in a cozy teahouse.

In the afternoon, you can opt for a shorter hike to Chukhung Valley, famous for its glacial moraine and stunning views of Lhotse, or simply relax at your teahouse.

  • Distance: Varies depending on chosen hikes (approximately 5-10 kilometers)

  • Duration: 5 to 6 hours 

  • Route: Varies depending on chosen hikes (Nangkartshang Peak, Chukhung Valley)

  • Scenery: Meadows, wildflowers, glacial moraine, snow-capped peaks, Dingboche village

  • Mountain views: Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Nuptse

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration5 to 6¬† hours
  • Highest Altitude4910m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today's trek takes us 8 kilometers to Lobuche, a higher-altitude village situated within the grandeur of the Himalayas. It's a gradual ascent of around 500 meters, offering stunning glacier views and challenging climbs.

 After a hearty breakfast at your Dingboche teahouse, the trail starts by winding through meadows adorned with colorful wildflowers, their sweet fragrance mingling with the fresh mountain air. 

After an hour or so, the landscape shifts dramatically. You'll reach a viewpoint overlooking the Khumbu Glacier, a vast river of ice snaking its way through the valley. The sight of it is awe-inspiring, a reminder of the immense power and beauty of nature.

From here, the trail follows a moraine path, a mix of rocks and ice carved by the glacier over centuries. The ascent is gradual but steady, and the thin air might make you breathe a little harder. 

At the halfway point of the trek, hikers will find a charming teahouse perched on a hilltop. Refuel with a hot lunch, like dal bhat or momos, and enjoy the breathtaking panorama. As you continue the trek, the valley opens up, revealing the village of Lobuche nestled amidst the rugged terrain. The sight of colorful teahouses and prayer flags fluttering in the wind is a welcome sign of your arrival.

You will stay in a cozy teahouse in Lobuche, warm your feet by the fireplace, and enjoy a steaming cup of yak butter tea.

  • Distance: Approximately 5 kilometers (3 miles)

  • Duration: 5 to 6  hours

  • Route: Dingboche - Khumbu Glacier viewpoint - Lobuche

  • Scenery: Meadows, Khumbu Glacier, moraine path, snow-capped peaks

  • Mountain Views: Lobuche Peak, Pumori, Nuptse, Khumbutse, Kangtega, Thamserku, Taboche

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration5-7 hours (round trip)
  • Highest Altitude5364 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

y that brings you face-to-face with the mighty Everest Base Camp. So, after a hearty breakfast, you will start your trek.

The initial part from Lobuche to Gorakshep is relatively flat, offering a serene walk across a glacial moraine. Keep your eyes peeled for the Khumbu Glacier looming in the distance, a shimmering river of ice descending from the slopes of Everest itself.

As you reach Gorakshep (5140 m), the highest permanent settlement in the Khumbu Valley, a sense of accomplishment washes over you. Take a moment to soak in the panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including Pumori, Nuptse, and the mighty Lhotse, their icy summits piercing the sapphire sky.

After a quick lunch in Gorakshep, the moment of truth arrives. The final ascent to Everest Base Camp (5364 m) starts along a rocky path, the thin air testing your endurance with every step. Finally, you arrive at Everest Base Camp. It's not a single spot but rather a sprawling area dotted with tents and prayer flags. Take a moment to stand there, breathe in the thin air, and let the enormity of your achievement sink in. 

The descent back to Gorakshep feels almost effortless compared to the climb. Back in Gorakshep, you will stay in a cozy teahouse, warm your feet by the fireplace, and indulge in a hot drink and a hearty meal. 

  • Distance: Approximately 8.8 km (round trip)

  • Duration: 5-7 hours (round trip)

  • Route: Lobuche - Gorakshep - Everest Base Camp - Gorakshep

  • Scenery: Glacial moraine, Khumbu Glacier, panoramic mountain views, icefalls, prayer flags

  • Mountain Views: Pumori, Nuptse, Lhotse, Everest

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration7 to 8 hours (round trip)
  • Highest Altitude5,545 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today's adventure takes you to Kalapatthar, the closest viewpoint to Everest, offering a panorama that will leave you speechless. After a hot breakfast at your Gorakshep teahouse, the aroma of bread and coffee warms you from the inside out. we start on the pre-sunrise climb to Kalapatthar. The path winds through the Khumbu Glacier, the crunching of ice underfoot a rhythmic accompaniment to your steps.

After about 1-2 hours of steady ascent, you'll reach the top of Kalapatthar (5545 m).  The panorama that unfolds before you is nothing short of breathtaking. Take your time to soak in the view, let the grandeur of the Himalayas wash over you, and capture it all in your memory and your camera. This is a moment you'll never forget.

After basking in the glory of Kalapatthar, it's time to descend back to Gorakshep. The return journey is quicker, and you'll have plenty of time to marvel at the scenery from a different perspective. Reach Gorakshep in time for a well-deserved lunch at your teahouse. 

In the afternoon, embark on the final leg of the day's journey—the descent to Pheriche (4240 m). This downhill trek takes about 5 to 6 hours, offering stunning views of the valley and a gradual acclimatization descent.

The charming village of Pheriche, nestled amidst rolling hills, will greet you upon arrival. You will stay in a cozy teahouse, warm your feet by the fireplace, and enjoy a meal. 

  • Distance: Approximately 11-12 kilometers (round trip)

  • Duration: 7 to 8 hours (round trip)

  • Route: Gorakshep - Kalapatthar - Pheriche

  • Scenery: Rocky terrain, moraine, panoramic views of the Himalayas, glaciers, Khumbu region villages

  • Mountain Views: Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Changtse, Ama Dablam

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration6 to 7 hours
  • Highest Altitude4240 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today marks your descent back to Namche Bazaar, the vibrant hub of the Everest region. While it's a goodbye to Pheriche's rugged beauty, it's also a welcome return to familiar sights and a chance to reminisce about your incredible journey. 

The initial path descends gently, winding through a landscape studded with prayer flags and stone monuments called chortens. After a couple of hours, hikers will arrive at Phungi Thanga, a quaint village adorned with traditional houses and yak pastures. This charming spot is the perfect place for a well-deserved lunch break. 

The afternoon stretch sees you following the gurgling Dudh Koshi River, its turquoise waters contrasting with the rugged mountain slopes. Lush forests and cascading waterfalls add to the scenery, making every step a feast for the senses.

As you descend, the air gradually warms, and the landscape transitions from high-altitude barrenness to vibrant greenery. Finally, after 6-7 hours of trekking, you'll arrive in Namche Bazaar, where the familiar sights and sounds welcome you back.

After a day of descent, your body will be grateful for a good night's sleep in the Namche teahouse.

  • Distance: Approximately 13 kilometers 

  • Duration: 6 to 7 hours

  • Route: Pheriche - Phungi Thanga - Namche Bazaar

  • Scenery: Snow-capped peaks, Dudh Koshi River, juniper bushes, forests, waterfalls, villages

  • Mountain View:Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Dobuceh peak,Tobuche, Kusum Kanguru, and Everest

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses in Namche Bazaar

  • Duration5 to 6 hours
  • Highest Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today, we say goodbye to the vibrant hub of Namche Bazaar and embark on a scenic descent to Chaurikharka (2694 m). This journey, approximately 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) and lasting around 5 hours, is a delightful mix of breathtaking landscapes and cultural encounters.

After a hearty breakfast at your Namche Bazaar teahouse,  we descend toward Chaurikharka. The trail winds through lush rhododendron forests, their vibrant leaves and delicate blossoms creating a kaleidoscope of colors.

As you descend, the air gets warmer and the scenery transforms. Rolling hills covered in emerald green pastures replace the rugged mountains, offering a pastoral charm. The trail winds through traditional Nepali villages, where you can glimpse into the local way of life. 

Finally, after a picturesque descent, you'll arrive in Chaurikharka, your home for the night. You will stay in a teahouse and have a hearty meal.

  • Distance: Approximately 14 kilometers (8.7 miles)

  • Duration: 5-6 hours

  • Route: Namche Bazaar - Dudh Koshi River - Villages - Chaurikharka

  • Scenery: Rolling hills, verdant forests, Dudh Koshi River, picturesque villages, rice paddies

  • Mountain Views: Distant glimpses of snow-capped peaks

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration6 to 7hours
  • Highest Altitude2694 m
  • AccommodationTeahouses (twin sharing)

Today, you'll bid farewell to the soaring peaks and descend from Chaurikharka (2694 m) to Thamdanda (2326 m), your journey's starting point. You will start your day with a hearty breakfast at your Chaurikharka teahouse, savoring the last views of the majestic Himalayas from your window.

The trail today is a gentle downhill affair, a welcome change after the uphill battles of the previous days. You'll traverse through lush forests, their leaves shimmering in the sunlight. 

After a couple of hours of trekking, you'll reach Surke, a charming village nestled amidst rolling hills and emerald valleys. Stop for a cup of hot tea at a local teahouse, chat with the friendly villagers, and soak in the tranquil atmosphere.

As you continue your descent, the Dudh Koshi River becomes your constant companion. Its turquoise waters glisten in the sunlight, and its gurgling music provides a soothing soundtrack to your journey. You might even spot yaks grazing peacefully on the riverside, adding a touch of pastoral charm to the landscape.

Finally, after approximately 4 hours of trekking, you'll arrive back in Thamdanda, the place where your adventure began. You will stay in the teahouse and have a delicious meal.

  • Distance: Approximately 27 kilometers

  • Duration: 6 to 7hours

  • Route: Chaurikharka - Surke - Paiya - Thamdanda

  • Scenery: Rhododendron forests, Dudh Koshi River, Sherpa villages, snow-capped peaks

  • Mountain Views: Distant views of Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Teahouses (twin sharing)

  • Duration9 to 10 hours
  • Highest Altitude2326 m
  • Accommodation3 star hotel or similar

It's your final day on the Everest Base Camp trek by road, but what a way to end it! Today, we bid farewell to the majestic Himalayas and descend back to Kathmandu. Enjoy a hearty breakfast, savor the last sips of yak butter tea, and reminisce about the snow-capped peaks, vibrant villages, and the thrill of the trek.

The winding road takes you through a captivating symphony of landscapes. Lush, rolling hills draped in emerald forests give way to cascading waterfalls and charming villages adorned with prayer flags.

Keep an eye out for wildlife! You might be lucky enough to spot playful langurs swinging through the trees, majestic eagles soaring overhead, or even the elusive Himalayan tahr grazing on the hillsides.

Though you're descending, the mountains aren't out of sight yet. Turn your head back and witness the snow-capped giants, like Ama Dablam and Lhotse, standing tall against the azure sky.

As you near Kathmandu, the cityscape slowly emerges from the valley. Traffic horns replace the gurgling of the river, and towering buildings contrast with the rugged Himalayas you've left behind.

After reaching Kathmandu, you will check into your hotel, feeling the familiar comfort of soft beds and hot showers.  In the evening, you will have a farewell dinner and goodbye for the day.

  • Distance: Approximately 330 kilometers 

  • Duration: 9 to 10 hours

  • Route: Thamdanda - Salleri - Kathmandu

  • Scenery: Rolling hills, forests, waterfalls, villages, Dudh Koshi River

  • Mountain Views: Ama Dablam, Lhotse

  • Meal : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Accommodation: Hotels in Kathmandu

    On the final day of your stay in Nepal, the morning begins early as you prepare for your departure. After a hearty breakfast, you take the time to ensure all your belongings are packed, conducting a thorough check of the room to make sure nothing is left behind. 

    Following the completion of your check-out from the hotel, you make your way to the lobby, where a representative from our company awaits you. This dedicated individual will be responsible for facilitating a smooth transition from your accommodation to the airport. Upon arrival at the airport, the representative assists you with the check-in process, ensuring all necessary documents are in order, and bids farewell.

    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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    What's Included

    Domestic and International Airport Pickup and Drop-Off Services

    • International Arrival Pickup
    • Domestic Airport Drop-Off Before Trek
    • Domestic Airport Pickup After the Trek
    • International Dropoff on your Final Departure Day


    • 2 Nights in Kathmandu Hotel (Twin Sharing, BB Plan)
    • 13 Nights in Local Tea Houses (Twin Sharing Basis)

    Trekking Permits

    • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
    • Sagarmatha National Park Permit (Everest Permit)
    • Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)

    Road Transportation

    • Kathmandu to Thamdanda by Sharing Jeep 
    • Thamdanda to Kathmandu by Sharing Jeep

    Food Services

    • 15 Breakfast: Local and Continental Choice from Tea House Menu
    • 15 Lunch: Simple and Light Lunch in Tea Houses
    • 14 Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals from the local tea houses Menu
    • 1 Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu at Best Restaurant

    Guide/Porter Services

    • English-speaking government-licensed guide (Minimum 10 Years’ Experience)
    • All Meals for the guide or porter
    • Insurances for Guide & Porter
    • Well-Paid Salary as Per Government Rates
    • Local Sherpa for Carrying Luggage (Up to 20 KGs Max)
    • First-Aid Kit Carried by Our Team
    • Trekking Porter Services (Available on Fixed Departure dates; 2 Guests Share 1 Porter)

    What's Excluded

    • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
    • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
    • Extra-day expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary 
    • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, hot shower, electronic battery recharges, and WiFi
    • All other expenses not included in the cost includes list.
    • Travel Insurance: It must be covered for both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.

    Availability & Private Trip

    For those interested in joining a group tour, we offer a fixed departure date. However, if you prefer to choose your own date for the trip, we encourage you to explore our Book a Private Trip section, which provides the flexibility of booking on any day of your choice, as private trips offer daily availability.

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    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Difficulty

    The Everest Base Camp Trek by Jeep can be quite challenging due to the rough terrain and unpredictable weather. The journey involves navigating winding mountain roads that are often bumpy and narrow, making it essential to have a skilled driver. The road conditions can change rapidly, with steep ascents and descents adding to the difficulty. Travelers should be prepared for long hours on the road, encountering dust and occasional landslides. Altitude sickness is also a concern as the trek gains elevation, requiring proper acclimatization. Despite the difficulties, the road trip offers stunning views of the Himalayas, making it a rewarding adventure for those seeking a unique and challenging experience.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Route

    The Everest Base Camp Trek without Flight to Lukla starts in Kathmandu at 1400 meters; the adventure begins off with a scenic drive to Thamdanda (2326 meters) on day two, offering glimpses of Nepal's diverse terrain. Trekking begins from Thamdanda to Phakding (2640m), where the trail introduces you to the Himalayan foothills and quaint villages.

    The journey continues to Namche Bazaar (3440m) on day four, a bustling Sherpa market town nestled amid towering peaks. An acclimatization day in Namche allows you to adjust to the altitude while exploring the vibrant local culture. Moving forward, the trek leads to Tengboche (3860m), known for its ancient monastery and breathtaking mountain views.

    As you ascend, each day brings new challenges and stunning vistas. Dingboche (4410m) serves as another acclimatization stop, allowing for a gradual adjustment to the increasing altitude. The route then advances to Lobuche (4910m), Gorakshep (5140m), and finally, the iconic Everest Base Camp (5364m) on day ten.

    The journey doesn't end there; trekking from Gorakshep to Kalapatthar (5555m) provides a panoramic view of Everest, and the descent to Pheriche (4240m) offers a change in scenery. The return trek takes you back through Namche Bazaar to Chaurikharka (2694m) and then Thamdanda.

    The road trip concludes with a drive back to Kathmandu on day 15, wrapping up this unforgettable adventure.

    Everest Base camp Trek by Drive vs Flight

    Deciding how to get to Everest Base Camp is like choosing between a speedy flight and a scenic road trip. Taking a flight to Lukla is quick but can be tricky. Flights only happen in the morning, and there are limited seats, so booking ahead is a must. But, because mountain weather is unpredictable, flights often get delayed or canceled.

    On the other hand, the road trip takes a bit longer, but it's a safer and more comfortable choice. You get to enjoy the changing landscapes, from green hills to alpine areas. Plus, the extra time on the road lets you experience local villages and the cultures of different ethnic groups.

    Flying straight to Lukla might make you more susceptible to altitude sickness, as the town is way up high. But a road trip means a gradual climb, helping your body adjust and reducing the risk of altitude sickness. Going by road is also friendlier to your wallet, especially if you're in a group. However, the costs can vary depending on the route, transportation, and any side trips you plan. So, whether you prefer a quick flight or a more laid-back road trip, both have their perks and challenges!

    Accommodation for Everest Base Camp Trek by Road 

    Accommodation for the Everest base camp trek without lukla flight is included in the package. We'll arrange comfortable accommodations for your overnight stays in tea houses along the road trek. The provided accommodation is on a twin-sharing basis, but if you're a couple or prefer a private room, please inform us in advance. We'll make the necessary arrangements to suit your preferences within a group setting.

    Tea houses are popular rest stops along the route, offering affordable and decent lodging along with various facilities. The journey kicks off in Kathmandu, where trekkers typically stay in comfortable accommodations like a 3-star hotel. These establishments provide a serene environment, allowing you to rest and gear up for the adventure ahead.

    Once the trek begins, most of your stays will be in traditional teahouses along the trail, offering comfortable rooms with basic furnishings. While comfort levels may vary, each teahouse maintains a warm atmosphere, providing a chance to experience local hospitality. Communal dining areas foster a sense of connection among trekkers, encouraging the sharing of experiences and the formation of new connections.

    Regarding bathroom facilities during the trek, teahouses usually have shared bathrooms with basic amenities, including hot showers. Despite their simplicity, these facilities adhere to high hygiene standards, ensuring a clean and sanitary environment.

    As you ascend higher into the Everest region, especially above Lobuche, the teahouses become more basic due to the challenging environment. Despite their simplicity, these accommodations offer a unique and authentic experience, allowing you to immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of the Himalayas.

    Food During Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

    When it comes to food during the Everest Base Camp trek by road, we've got you covered! As part of our package, we ensure that your meals are taken care of throughout the trek. The journey kicks off in Kathmandu, where you'll have the chance to savor a variety of delicious meals in local restaurants or your hotel.

    Once the trek begins, you can expect hearty and nourishing meals provided at teahouses along the trail. The menu typically includes a mix of local and international dishes, offering choices like dal bhat (a traditional Nepali meal), pasta, noodles, soups, and more. These meals are designed to keep you energized and satisfied during your trekking adventure.

    While the food options are diverse, it's important to note that the availability of certain items may decrease as you ascend higher into the Everest region. Rest assured, our team will ensure that you have nutritious and filling meals to fuel your journey. Plus, the communal dining atmosphere in the teahouses provides a great opportunity to connect with fellow trekkers and share experiences over a warm meal.

    We understand the importance of good nutrition during a trek, so you can focus on enjoying the breathtaking scenery and the unique experience of reaching Everest Base Camp.

    Permits for Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

    Obtaining the necessary permits is a crucial step for starting the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. Although these permits are obtained by us on your behalf before the trek to ensure a smooth and safe journey. Trekkers need to secure the following permits:

    • Sagarmatha National Park Permit: The National Park authorities have issued this permit to allow access to Sagarmatha National Park, which is where the Everest region is located. It covers the conservation area and contributes to the preservation of its unique ecosystem.

    • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit: This permit is required for trekking within the Khumbu region and supports local community initiatives. It ensures that trekkers contribute to the sustainable development of the area.

    • Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) Card: The TIMS card, which is under the management of the Nepal Tourism Board and the Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN), is crucial for maintaining trekking statistics and recording trekker information. It enhances safety and facilitates efficient rescue operations in case of emergencies.

    Travel Insurance for Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

    The epic journey to the Everest Base Camp by Jeep is a thrilling adventure, but it's crucial to ensure that you're well-prepared for any unforeseen circumstances, and that's where travel insurance comes into play. Travel insurance specifically tailored for the Everest Base Camp trek without a flight to Lukla provides a safety net that covers a range of potential challenges. Travel insurance provides financial protection for unexpected medical emergencies at high altitudes, unforeseen trip cancellations, or delays. Given the rugged terrain and remote locations along the route, having comprehensive coverage can offer peace of mind. Whether it's assistance with emergency evacuation, medical expenses, or lost luggage, travel insurance acts as a reliable companion, allowing you to focus on soaking in the breathtaking landscapes and cultural experiences without worrying about the unknown. So, before you hit the road trek to Everest Base Camp, consider investing in travel insurance—a small yet invaluable investment for a journey of a lifetime.

    Packing List for Everest Base Camp Trek by Road


    • Thermal base layers
    • Insulating layers (fleece or down jacket)
    • Waterproof and windproof jacket
    • Trekking pants and shorts
    • Moisture-wicking T-shirts
    • Waterproof pants
    • Underwear and socks (moisture-wicking)
    • Sun hat and beanie


    • Sturdy trekking boots with ankle support
    • Comfortable camp shoes or sandals


    • Sunglasses with UV protection
    • Sunscreen (high SPF)
    • Lip balm with SPF
    • Trekking poles
    • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
    • Multi-tool or knife
    • Quick-dry towel


    • Backpack with rain cover
    • Sleeping bag suitable for low temperatures
    • Duffel bag or backpack for porters
    • Water purification tablets or filter
    • Portable charger and power bank
    • Camera with extra batteries

    Health and Hygiene:

    • Personal first aid kit
    • Prescription medications
    • High-altitude sickness medication
    • Water bottles or hydration system
    • Hand sanitizer and wet wipes
    • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)


    • Smartphone
    • Camera
    • Chargers and adapters
    • Power strip


    • Passport and visa
    • Travel insurance details
    • TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card
    • Emergency contact information


    • Snacks and energy bars
    • Cash (small denominations) for tips and small purchases

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Q1. Can Everest Base Camp be reached by road?

      No, Everest Base Camp cannot be reached directly by road. The final stretch of the journey to Everest Base Camp must be done on foot or by helicopter.

    • The road route to Everest Base Camp typically starts from Kathmandu, Nepal's capital city, and follows the Araniko Highway to reach the town of Jiri. From Jiri, trekkers then embark on a multi-day trek through the beautiful Everest region, passing through villages such as Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gorak Shep, before finally reaching Everest Base Camp.

    • No, the road to Everest Base Camp is not accessible year-round due to weather and trail conditions. The best time to undertake the trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is relatively stable and the trails are in good condition.

    • The road trip to Everest Base Camp is not a direct route, as it involves trekking for several days. On average, it takes around 12-14 days to complete the trek to Everest Base Camp from Jiri, depending on the pace of the trekker and the acclimatization schedule.

    • Yes, several permits are required for the Everest Base Camp trek. The most important permits include the Sagarmatha National Park Permit and the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) Card. These permits are necessary to enter the national park and regulate trekking activities in the region.

    • The road conditions on the route to Everest Base Camp vary significantly. The initial part of the journey from Kathmandu to Jiri is on paved roads, but as the trek progresses, the paths turn into rugged mountain trails. The terrain can be challenging, with steep ascents, rocky sections, and occasional river crossings.

    • Yes, there are numerous accommodations and tea houses available along the trekking route to Everest Base Camp. These tea houses offer basic lodging and meals, providing trekkers with a place to rest and refuel during their journey. Camping is also an option, but most trekkers prefer to stay in tea houses for convenience.

    • Traveling to Everest Base Camp by road and foot involves several challenges and risks. These include altitude sickness, extreme weather conditions, strenuous trekking paths, and the lack of medical facilities in remote areas. It is essential to be well-prepared, physically fit, and to trek with experienced guides to mitigate these risks.

    • During the road to Everest Base Camp, there are several notable attractions and landmarks. Some of the highlights include Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa culture and traditions, Tengboche Monastery, the panoramic views of Mount Everest from viewpoints like Kala Patthar, and the Khumbu Icefall near Everest Base Camp.

    • Yes, besides road travel, alternative transportation options to Everest Base Camp include domestic flights to Lukla followed by trekking, as well as helicopter services directly to Everest Base Camp.

    What Our Clients Say
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      Alistair Jasper BlackwoodUnited States,January 15, 2024

      Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

      Our family of four (two kids aged 10 and 12) had the most incredible time on the Everest Base Camp trek by road! Seeing the Himalayas up close was breathtaking, and the jeep rides were exciting without being too strenuous for the kids. The teahouses were charming, and the food was surprisingly delicious. My son still talks about crossing the Hillary Suspension Bridge! It was an unforgettable experience that brought us closer as a family and showed us the power of nature.

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      Mia JacksonUnited Kingdom,January 10, 2024

      Solo Everest base camp trek by road

      As a solo female traveler, I was initially hesitant about tackling the Everest Base Camp trek. But the road option felt perfect: comfortable transportation, stunning scenery, and a chance to meet other like-minded people. My guide was fantastic, and the teahouse hosts were incredibly welcoming. I made friends with a group of trekkers and we shared stories and laughed under the stars. It was a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, and I came back feeling stronger and more confident.


    Why travel with Nepal Trek Adventure?

    Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition is one of the best local travel companies based in Kathmandu with leading adventures.

    • Expert Guides
      Expert Guides

      Our experienced guides have extensive knowledge of the local area and culture, ensuring a safe and authentic adventure.

    • Top-notch Customer Service
      Top-notch Customer Service

      Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, from personalized trip planning to attentive support throughout your journey.

    • Flexibility

      We understand that travel plans can change, which is why we offer flexible itineraries and customizable tours to meet your specific needs and preferences.

    • Unmatched Value
      Unmatched Value

      We strive to provide the best value for your money, with competitive pricing and transparent, all-inclusive pricing that eliminates hidden fees.


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