Trip Fact

Trip Duration 12 Days
Destination Nepal
Trip Grade Moderate
Transportation Private vehicle / By Air
Accomodation Teahouse
Price US $ 1290
Trip Style Tea house trek
Meals Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
Max. Altitude 5,545m
Per Day Walking 4 - 6 Hours
Visitors/year Around 25,000
Best Season March to May and October, December
Tour Type Private or Group Joining Tour
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  • Full Packages Trip with 3 Times Meal Plan at Best Guaranteed Price
  • Exhilarating vista of mountains like Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Cho Oyo, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cholaste, Mt. Tawache and may other named and unnamed.
  • Special cost includes and excludes
  • Encounter to ancient and unique Sherpa/Tibetan culture, traditions, and lifestyle
  • Rare trekking route covered with rhododendron, pine and oak forest, terraced fields, meadows, pastureland, and wilderness
  • Expand the caliber of teamwork and leadership
  • World’s best trek recommended by CNN (Cable News Network)

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Everest Base Camp Trek is an adventurous and mind-blowing experience for those whose fantasies take off higher than the fogs. Climbing Mount Everest Base Camp is unquestionably a lifetime opportunity. The Everest Base Camp Trek is surely a test with 12 days of strolling, high heights, rough tracks, and some really steep slopes. In any case, the genuine accomplishment is the point at which you achieve the base camp of the most elevated mountain on the planet, Mount Everest. Everest Region has it all, sheer beauty, dramatic massive mountain, amazing people, challenging trails and experience that will stay with you forever. When you once trekked in this region of the world you won’t forget the sound of the yak bells, a sound that led us all the way to Everest Base Camp. Mount Everest is named in Nepalese as Sagarmatha, which capitals as ‘Forehead of the Sky’.

The Everest Base Camp trek has often been voted as one of the best long-distance treks in the world, though mass tourism is threatening it’s authentic. Get looks at the life of the world-renowned hikers (the Sherpa’s), enter Sagarmatha National Park, a world legacy site and visit high height Buddhist religious communities. Our guides or Sherpa will manage you to the base camp of the world's tallest mountain, Mount Everest on a courageous trek bundle. Trek to Everest Base Camp additionally incorporates ascending Kala Patthar to respect the all-encompassing perspectives on Everest and other encompassing the different Himalayas. Nothing beats the rush and feeling of achievement that grasps climbers on observing the power and elegance of the relentless mountain very close.

Everest Base Camp Trek has been appraised as a standout amongst the best undertakings on the planet by trekkers and swashbucklers. Following a trail loaded up with pleasant perspectives on Himalayan pinnacles, icy masses, and marvelous Sherpa towns, trek to the base of the world's most elevated mountain, Mount Everest (8848m). On the way, moving towards the bank of Sunkoshi River, you stroll here and there past twisting trails, through green farmlands, Sherpa bazaars and towns, Buddhist religious communities and white waterways. Catch displays of the Himalayas and in Sagarmatha National Park, set aside some of the efforts to respect the wonderful and uncommon plants, creatures and fowls. Everest Base Camp Trek gives you excites and recollections that will endure forever.

Everest Base Camp Trek 12 Days

Everest Base Camp trek aka climbing has demonstrated to be a benchmark of climbing accomplishment. Everest Base Camp is trekked by thousands of trekkers every year. 35000 plus visitors visit every year to Everest Base Camp from the southern side of Nepal and northern side of Tibet. The popularity of the trek to Everest Base Camp is increasing day by day. After the Cultural Revolution during the 1950s, China shut the Tibet fringes to untouchables and Nepal started inviting outsiders to the Everest Region. Mount Everest was first submitted in 1953 by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary by means of the South Column which stood out as an epic voyage in the history of the base camp expedition.

What is the Everest Base Camp Elevation?

The Mount Everest Base Camp rise is 17,600 feet (or 5,380m). As incredibly amazing as this seems to be, it is likewise significant that the vast majority begin their trek in the wake of flying into Lukla which is 9,383 feet (or 2,845m) an increase of more than 8,000 feet in around eight days! For the individuals who are significantly increasingly audacious, most trekkers have the chance to climb Kala Patthar for dawn or dusk see and can go as high as 18,514 feet (5,659m).

What kind of food do we get on the trail to Everest?

Throughout the years, Everest Base Camp Trek has increased greater ubiquity and numerous trekkers from various pieces of the world crowd to Nepal consistently so as to finish their desire to achieve the base camp of the world's most astounding mountain. With prominence, it has carried with it more tea houses on the trail which gives a changed cluster of dishes to the trekkers. Most tea houses offer a lot of breakfast which normally comprises of toasts, eggs, potatoes, and tea or espresso. Sherpa stew is found almost in each menu alongside dumplings and noodles. The most well-known maybe is the customary DAL BHAT. Lentil soup, rice, spinach, and occasional vegetables alongside 'Achaar' or pickle as they call it in the west is the dinner to go for while trekking. The Nepali Dal Bhat is rich in carbs, this aide in giving the important vitality required to stroll for 6 to 7 hours consistently for 14 to 15 on the trail. We even have a motto in Nepal which goes this way 'DAL BHAT POWER, 24 HOURS'.

Is there an age limit for Everest Base Camp Trekking?

No, there is no age limit for Everest Base Camp trekking at the same time, you should be fit as a fiddle and have an uplifting disposition. We additionally, recommend you to before the journey however we propose you to please observe your specialist and acquire important authorization and guidance, just as prescriptions for going in extraordinary elevation preceding the outing.

Major Attractions of Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Scenic flight from and to Lukla Airport (Tenzin Hillary Airport)
  • Stopping places like Namche Bazaar, Syangboche, etc.
  • Documentation Center
  • Attractive Sherpa people with heart-warming cultures, traditions, and hospitality
  • Buddhist community with own unique and ancient lifestyle
  • Sagarmatha National Park – one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the world
  • Monasteries like Rongbuk, Tengboche, Dingboche, Thame, Khumjung, Pangboche, and many more
  • Himalayan views from Kala Pathar and Everest Base Camp
  • Surrounding mountain ranges and peaks
  • Tea houses, hotels, and lodges where you acclimatize and take rest
  • Museum, library, and laboratories (like Sherpa Culture Museum, Khumbu International Library, and Pyramid International Laboratory)
  • Khumbu Icefall and glacier
  • Peak climbing spots and passes crossing

What are the main views on Everest Base Camp trek?

Main View of Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp offers marvelous panorama view of worlds high mountains from Mt. Everest (8,848m / 29, 028ft) Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m-24,940 ft), Mt. Nuptse (7,855m-25,772 ft) Pumori (7,161 m / 25,772 ft) Ama Dablam (6,812 m / 22,480 ft) Kangtenga (6,782 m / 22, 380 ft) Tharmarserku ( 6,623 m / 21, 855 ft) Kwangde (6,011 m / 19,837 ft) Kusum Khanguru (6,373 m / 21,030 ft) holy mountain Khumbi-la (5,761 m / 19,012 ft) extending to world’s 5th highest Mt. Makalu (8,463 m / 27, 766 ft) with Island Peak / Imjatse (6,160 m / 20,328ft) Lobuje Peak (6,119 m / 20,192 ft) Pokhalde ( 5,806 m / 19,159 ft) and many other adjoining unnamed peaks in the comfort of nice warm lodge and Sherpa hospitality.

Everest Base Camp Trek Map With Altitude

This is a simple sketch of Everest Base Camp trek map including the altitude of renowned places. There are several options through which you can reach to EBC using the map. This map shows the rough details of the route for the base camp trekking which can be helpful in getting an idea about the real route or map. As you will be provided a trekking map before you start your trekking.

Everest Base Camp Trek Map with Altitude

Everest Base Camp Trek Route

Everest Base Camp Trek can be accomplished through different routes to Everest Base Camp from Kathmandu. A standard route of 12 days to reach EBC from Kathmandu through trekking:

Kathmandu -> Lukla -> Phakding -> Namchebazar -> Tengboche -> Dingboche -> Lobuche -> Gorakshep -> Everest Base Camp -> Gorakshep -> Kalapatthar -> Pheriche -> Namche bazaar -> Lukla ->Kathmandu

How is trekking trail condition during Everest Base Camp Trek?

The trekking trail is fine amid EBC trek. All the trail with the exception of Louche to Everest Base Camp there might be trail can be changed someplace a couple of meters due to ice sheet melted. Ice sheets dissolve in winter someplace can be cover on account of snowfall. In any case, you need to deal with the trekking trail and when intersection suspension spans. Amid jackass Jokpyo hanging lose around then should give side in a protected spot and need to deal with tired way and enormous soak place.

How To Reach Everest Base Camp?

Kathmandu to Lukla - Everest Base Camp Trek 12 Days

The trek to Everest Base Camp starts from Lukla (2,860m/9380ft) after 35 mins exciting airstrip from Kathmandu. The air terminal at present named after Everest incredible saint's Tenzing and Hillary the first to overcome Everest on May 29th, 1953 AD. In the wake of getting composed with the Nepal trek experience and campaign, our watchmen will at that point convey your stuff with the loaded with an obligation. Some of the time loaded on Jhopkyo (mix type of Yak and typical bovine) will convey them as Yak can't get by underneath the 3,000m/9840ft. So the crossbred creatures are utilized for conveying heaps of the trekkers and mountaineering endeavors. Pursue our master nearby guide who will demonstrate to you the miracles of Everest. The base camp trek course leads towards the Khumbu high valley as the elevation gets following the Dudh Koshi and Imja Tse streams up to its source sustained from the ice sheets of Khumbu. The walk is wonderful in spite of the fact that a bit of the high elevation over the 4,500 m/14760ft. Thyangboche Monastery with its well-known old religious community saturated with more than 500 years of history including super Mountain View. As the rise picks up trek leads towards high Khumbu valley past the pleasant territories of Pangboche and Dingboche. At that point achieve high hilly region and ice sheets as the strolling approach at EBC underneath South face of Mt. Everest. At last, the perspectives on stunning Khumbu icefalls and ice sheets will abandon you charmed on the EBC Trek.

What are the hardest days of Everest Base Camp Trek?

Trekking to the base camp of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest is of course not really like climbing the ladder. Lots of hurdles may come. These hurdles should be passed and move forth to the destination, Everest Base Camp. While looking over the difficult parts, here are some parts that are harder to pass and reach than other places. These days are the scariest ones in overall Everest Base Camp trek Session.

  • Day 02: Phakding to Namche Bazaar: It is the first higher climbing day towards the destined base camp. It takes around 6 to 7 hours to reach Namche Bazaar from Phakding. The altitude of Phakding is 2610 meters and Namche Bazaar is 3440 meters.  It is the very huge trek and also is shocking to move from lower height to such an extreme height. It is the first actual trek and is much relieving to drop the bags and rest there. It takes time to adapt to the environment hence, acclimatization day is marked at Namche Bazaar. Height sickness, altitude sickness, and many more issues may also occur. This day’s trek gives the complete sense of steepness and zigzags.
  • Day 08: Lobuche to Gorakshep-EBC-Gorakshep: It is not as harder as the trek to Namche Bazaar but counts the way to being hardest. This day is challenging as you need to pass through the edge of huge Everest Massif and also ascent 300 meters upward via lethal moraine of Khumbu glacier and reach the height of 5164 meters (which is the elevation of Gorakshep). Again you will have an ascent to Everest Base Camp (5380 meters) and again to Gorakshep. It is not long and very vast but it is relentless and deadly. Along the path, you will defy the cairns memorizing the deceased in the Everest.
  • Day 09: Gorakshep to Kala Pathar to Pheriche: The trail from Gorakshep to Kala Pather is faster than you may have thought. The landscape is rough but is a relatively gentle gradient. Moving from the height of 5164 meters to 5643 meters is not a cup of tea. It’s tougher. Crossing all the difficulties and hardships, you will reach Kala Pather, and what you see from there is just wow. You will move further to Pheriche from Kala Pather going through all the rough edges.

You will pass through all these hardest parts in the hardest days in Everest Base Camp Trek just to see the vista of high mountains, sun sparkling and smiling on the Everest forehead, green environment, exotic flora and fauna and inhaling amazing breathe of the Everest region. Hence, you will be rewarded with all these marvels of the Everest.

Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty

Everest base camp trek is troublesome due to the elevation. The trek begins from Lukla 2880 m which is 35 minutes fly from Kathmandu. The high elevation ailment begins from Lukla and trail progressively up to the base camp (5364 m) and Kala patter (5555 m). Be that as it may, go for patients and longer times of movement over quick, high concentrated exercise the moderate and adjusted walk is giving your body more opportunity to conform to the height changes and reasonable pacing to abstain from depleting yourself out.

For Everest base camp trek have a soul of mountain voyage and like strolling, you are constantly equipped for any trekking in Nepal. You needn't bother with any past experience. Nonetheless, we propose you some physical work out regimes, for example, running, swimming, climbing before you leave on the adventure.

What about altitude sickness during the EBC trek?

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is the negative wellbeing impact of high height. This is brought about by fast introduction to low measures of oxygen in spots of high height. The manifestations of AMS may incorporate migraines, regurgitating, inconvenience dozing, wooziness, tiredness and so on. Acute Mountain Sickness normally happens just over 2500 meters. Some may even show indications at a lower elevation. AMS regularly happens when the individual has had a history or scenes of AMS before. It might even be brought about by an abnormal state of action or a quick increment in Elevation without appropriate acclimatization. One can't generally bring up who will get AMS and who won't. Once in a while even the most elite experience the ill effects of Acute Mountain Sickness. The main prompt we can give you is to perceive the side effects and follow up on it right away. Mountain illness is a fundamental issue for any mountain trekkers. Sometime trekkers may have elevation infection amid EBC trek there are various sorts of ailment like-

AMS (Acute Mountain sickness): AMS is a very common sickness like a hangover, dizziness, muscle ache, nausea, and headache vomiting, etc.

HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema): HAPE has a direct impact on the lungs. It is the fluid in the lungs which are dangerous for breathing.

HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema): HACE it’s a different form of altitude sickness its fluid in the brains.

Therefore, HACE and HAPE are the main risky and dangerous form of mountain sickness. The patient has to treat on time if not treated on time if late they may die. Whereas AMS is normal mountain sickness then HACE and HAPE.

What should I do if I get sick in the middle of the trek?

The major health issue that can arise is altitude sickness. To avoid this problem, you have to drink lots of water. You should carry an effective medicine called Diamox and have it immediately after the attack. We will provide the guides and helpers who are experienced and trained to take different kinds of precautions and safety measures in this kind of situation. If your condition becomes severe, you will be taken 300m downward from your current position. From there, you can trek again in substitute time according to the rate of your body recovery.

I have never done trekking yet. Can I do it?

Yes, of course, you can do it. Trekking is hard but not the hardest one. For accomplishing this, you can take training like swimming, aerobics, jogging, etc. in order to increase your stamina and endurance. You can also take part in the hiking and walking programs on a weekly basis, in order to increase your walking speed and make you used to it.

Is drinking water available during the trek? Is it safe?

For a large portion of the trekkers from various nations, the water found on the trail may not be reasonable in light of the fact that outsiders are accustomed to drinking filtered water. The majority of the tea houses will give packaged, bubbled and separated water. In the event that you choose to drink the water given from the tea houses, we would further encourage you to utilize iodine and other refining specialists to treat the water before drinking. Packaged mineral water is likewise effectively accessible on the trail. The greater part of the neighborhood packaged mineral water is fabricated in the mountains and sold uniquely in the mountains. On the trail, there are numerous streams and cascades from where one could get drinking water however one needs to filter them before drinking.

How can I use toilets during the trek?

It is not guaranteed that you will find the toilet in every place. So you need to be ready to hide behind large rocks and continue. But in the places where toilets are found, you can use them well. You also need to carry urinal bottles with you for your convenience.

Everest View From Kalapatthar

kalapattar - Everest Base Camp 12 Days

After a terrific minute achieving the Everest base camp, the following experience prompts the most noteworthy spot at Kala Pattar peak (5,545m/18187ft). The slope is a striking milestone situated on the south edge of Pumori in the Nepalese Himalaya. From Gorakshep, it takes you 2.5 hours move to the Kala Pattar. The radiant and all-encompassing Everest see from Kala Pattar you will see are Mt Everest (8,848m/29, 028ft.), Lhotse (8,516 m/24,940 ft.), Nuptse (7,855m/25,772 ft.), Makalu (8,463m/27758ft.), Pumori (7,161m/23488ft.), Tharmarsarku (6,623m/21723ft.), Mt. Amadablam (6,812m/22349.08ft.) also, some more

Everest Base Camp Trek Cost

Everest Base Camp Trek Cost range from USD 1250 to USD 5000 per pax. The cost varies according to the facilities, Meals, guides provided during your period of trekking. It may also differ for the itinerary you choose. The standard cost for 12 days Everest Base Camp trekking package is USD 1290. The mentioned cost excludes travel insurance, visa fees, trekking equipment, and other personal expenses and required kinds of stuff. The cost can also be minimized according to the number of people in your group. By making a larger group size you can get the same facility and services at low cost.

Everest Base Camp Trek Guide

Everest Base Camp Trek Guide

A trekking Guide is someone who stands with you in every situation by helping you find the right path towards your destination throughout the trip. The provided guide for this trek is well-trained and a license holder, who has the best knowledge of Everest Region and experience to tackle the problem arise during the journey. Careless during the trip leads you to poor health so, to minimize these chances the guide will be with you by taking care of your health and safety. All the major issues during the trek like lodging, acknowledging about mountains, places, and flora and fauna, finding directions, rescuing operations (if needed) will be sorted easily by guides in no or lesser time.

Overall, Everest Base Camp Trek simply signifies the best and an incredible experience in the sky touching mountains of the world. Explaining the tranquility of the mountain, there is a slogan that we generally custom ‘Go Hard Go Everest’. Which implies, if you are on the fence of undertaking difficulties and hardships in life, you must hail to Everest Base Camp once and for more. After completing it, you will surely discern that it is worthy. For those who would like to explore Everest, after the trek is done, their dreams will come true; or it will be once in a lifetime achievement.

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Outline Day to Day Itinerary:

  • Day 01:From Kathmandu Flight to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (2,651m/8,700ft, 40 minutes flight; 8km, 3 - 4 hours trek)
  • Day 02:Trek to Namche from Phakding (3,438m/11,280 ft): 11km, 5 - 6 hours
  • Day 03:Acclimatization at Namche (3,440m/11,284ft)
  • Day 04:Trek to Tengboche 10km, 5- 6 hours
  • Day 05:Trek to Dingboche (4,360 m/14,300 ft): 9km, 5 - 6 hours
  • Day 06:Acclimatization at Dingboche
  • Day 07:Trek to Lobuche
  • Day 08:Trek to Gorakshep (5170 m/16,961ft), to Everest Base Camp to Gorakshep (5364 m/17,594 ft): 13km, 6-7 hours
  • Day 09:Gorakshep to Kalapatthar (5,545m/18,192ft) to Pheriche (4,288m/14,070ft): 16km, 7-8 hours
  • Day 10:Trek Down to Namche Bazar (3,440m/11,280 ft): 20km, 6 - 7 hours
  • Day 11:Trek Down to Lukla (2,860m/9,186ft): 19km, 6 - 7 hours
  • Day 12:Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01:From Kathmandu Flight to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (2,651m/8,700ft, 40 minutes flight; 8km, 3 - 4 hours trek) This is the first day of our dream Everest Base Camp Trek, we take around 25 to 30 min flight to reach Lukla. Lukla airport is known for its adventure experience and terrifying background. Despite the fact that an accomplished pilot is allowed to fly the plane, on the off chance that you need to avoid the terrifying part, we additionally give you the choice of helicopter trip towards Lukla. The flight time totally relies on the accessibility of seats. We exceedingly attempt to book the principal trip of the day however it is dictated by when you book the bundle. On the off chance that it is reserved numerous days prior to the date, there is a high shot of accessibility of seats in the primary flight. After the landing in Lukla, we will meet our local guides/ advisors and doormen. There will be an ideal opportunity to tour the town while the Sherpa group sort and burden hardware. In Lukla, you can also have some tasty western food and grab the last min items for the trek. And afterward, we trek for around 2 to 3 hours towards Phakding. While trekking towards Phakding we will go through many downhills, stone steps, and some developed paths. Trekker will cross the amazing breathtaking long bridge as well. The remaining time of the day will be spent in Phakding viewing the local lifestyles, prayer wheels and the mountains like mount Kusum Kanguru (6367m), mount Karyolung (6511m), mount Gongla (5813m) and mount Nupla (5885m). Trekker will see the Mount Gongla in front and the main Mount we can see completely is Kusum Kanguru which is the main Mountain you can see from Phakding. The accommodations will take place in Phakding.

    Flight time - 25 minutes (approximately)

    Walking time – 2 to 3 hours

    Lunch at - Lukla or Phakding

    Number of lodges: 25 +

    Main attractions of the day - Prayer wheels, Tenzing Hillary airport (Lukla airport), Stupas, Phakding village and ‘Gomps ‘monasteries, down flat trails.

    Altitude: - 2610m

    Difficulty level - easy

    Mountains viewed - Mount Karyolung (6511m), Mount Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Mount Nupla (5885m), Mount Gongla (5813m)
  • Day 02:Trek to Namche from Phakding (3,438m/11,280 ft): 11km, 5 - 6 hours Waking up in the early morning and having our breakfast, Today, we begin from Phakding and stroll over the stream to trek right through the territory of rhododendron, blue pine backwoods and more which is extremely eminent experience particularly amid the spring. It will be around 6 to 7 hours trek towards Namche bazar viewing many more mountains than the first day, we reach Monjo which is the entrance gate of Sagarmatha national park. Between Phakding and Monjo you can enjoy small tea houses and shops, so you can buy some stuff you want and take a small break. Besides, we also get the opportunity to visit the Sherpa cultural museum and Sagarmatha national park museum making your trek exciting and informative. The difficulty level for this day is moderate reaching the altitude of 3450m. After the bridge, the path leads you uphill towards Namche Bazaar- an entryway to Mt. Everest. This uphill path will give you the first great view of Mt. Everest that is hidden behind Lhotse-Nuptse and other peaks like Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Kusum Kanguru. The night will be spent in a Tea House in Namche Bazaar.

    Walking time - 6 to 7 hours

    Lunch at - Jorsalle

    Number of lodges - 20+

    Altitude - 3450m

    Difficulty level - moderate

    Main attractions of the day - Colorful Sherpa town of Namche bazaar, Sagarmatha national park entrance gate, Sherpa cultural museum, Sagarmatha national park headquarters, Namche Monastery, Tenjin Hilary Bridge.

    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)
  • Day 03:Acclimatization at Namche (3,440m/11,284ft) This is the primary day of two days put aside for acclimatization. Namche is a fundamental acclimatization stop. It is prescribed to remain dynamic than inert. For this, you will either be taken to Thame, which is an old Sherpa town or another great choice Khumjung/Khunde/Khongde town which further guides acclimatization while enabling you to appreciate the perspectives on Mt. Everest and encompassing snow-topped crests alongside Sherpa culture. You will likewise have sufficient opportunity to visit the National Park head office, Museum, and cloister or you can basically invest your energy getting a charge out of bistros, shops, bread kitchens, and eateries at Namche Bazaar, Namche Bazaar is additionally considered as the fundamental focal point of Everest locale as it highlights other significant administrations like mail station, present-day dental center, the clinic, and government wellbeing post and great power, rapid web access, and water supply. This night will likewise be spent in a hotel in Namche Bazaar.

    Walking time - about 3 hours

    Lunch at - Namche Bazaar or Everest view hotel

    Altitude - 3840m

    Difficulty level - easy

    Main attractions of the day - Syanboche airport, Everest view hotel, View of Mount Everest, Namchebazar local market

    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)
  • Day 04:Trek to Tengboche 10km, 5- 6 hours After having breakfast and getting ready in teahouse of Namche Bazaar, we head towards to the trail that drives short up towards the edge and a simple method to Kyamjuma then slides somewhat to Dudh Koshi at 3250m. This trail is joined by the magnificent perspective on Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Ama Dablam and an extremely close up perspective on Thamserku. Among Kyamjuma and Sanasa is for all intents and purposes the main birch/rhododendron timberland of the trek to Lobuche. This trail likewise offers you a chance to spot like spotted deer, a group Himalayan Thar, and lots of birds like peacock including the National bird of our country Nepal – Danphe (Lophophorus). Viewing the mesmerizing mountains and following the path of Dudh Koshi River, we reach Phunki Thenga and then we enter Imja Khola valley. The trail at that point comes to Sanasa, which is a noteworthy trail intersection to Gokyo valley and Everest Base Camp. After that, an unwarranted climb will take you to the well-known Tengboche religious community. The night will be spent in a Teahouse of Tengboche.

    Walking time - 5 to 6 hours

    Lunch at - Phunki Thenga

    Altitude - 3860m

    Difficulty level - moderate

    Number of Lodges - 5

    Main attractions of the day - Thame – an old Sherpa village, National Park Head Office, Tengboche Monastery, Mount Everest and Mount Ama Dablam.

    Mountains viewed - Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Lhotse Shar (8393m), Nuptse (7861m), Tengi ragi tau (6983m), Ama Dablam (6814m), Kangtewa (6685), Thamserku (6608m), Tobuche (6501m), Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Shar (6093m), Nupla (5885m), Khumbila (5761m), Kabsila (5583m)
  • Day 05:Trek to Dingboche (4,360 m/14,300 ft): 9km, 5 - 6 hours This is the 5th day of our journey and today we will head towards Dingboche from Tengboche. We climb thirty minutes down to the riverside through rich woods, over the waterway and take a steady move up to the valley's most elevated all year settlement of Pangboche (3,860m/12,664ft). Here you can detect a few Chortens and Mani dividers and little towns too. You can likewise get an end of perspective on Mt. Ama Dablam. Toward the evening we keep climbing to Pheriche from where a genuinely moderate walk drives us to Imja Valley. Here, on climbing the last and steepest move of the day, we at long last reach Dingboche. You can visit Dingboche monastery as well. The night is spent in a hotel in Dingboche.

    Walking time - 5 to 6 hours

    Lunch at - Somare or Dingboche

    Altitude - 4400m

    Difficult level - easy

    Number of lodges - 20+

    Main attractions of the day – Lush Forest, Steep Climb, Dingboche Monastery, Chortens and Mani walls, Mount Ama Dablam

    Mountains viewed - Lhotse (8516), Lhotse Shar (8400), Ama Dablam (6814), Taboche (6501), Cholatse (6440), Island Peak (6189)
  • Day 06:Acclimatization at Dingboche After breakfast, we climb the ridge on the north to explore the magnificent views of mount Ama Dablam and various other mountains exploring the beautiful Dingboche valley, viewing the Imja Khola valley from a distance. We take a short hike towards Nagarjuna dada as well. You can have some French bakery items in Dingboche as well. The night is also spent at Dingboche.

    Walking time - about 3 hours

    Lunch at - Dingboche

    Difficulty level - easy

    Main attractions of the day - World’s highest Billiard parlor, Stone Walls covering Imja valley, Internet Cafe

    Mountains viewed - Lhotse (8516), Lhotse Shar (8400), Ama Dablam (6814), Taboche (6501), Cholatse (6440), Island Peak (6189)
  • Day 07:Trek to Lobuche Soon after breakfast, the trail begins with a move to Dughla through the Khumbu Khola valley. On coming to Dusa, the valley starts to limit. We at that point proceed through Phuong Karpo. Amid the walk, you can appreciate Chola Lake and a magnificent perspective on Mt. Pumori (7,138m/23,418ft) which vanishes as the trail falls and turns as we go over a thundering stream. On the intersection, a little wooden extension the trail rises to Dughla. From here, we move up the lofty terminal of the Khumbu Glacier and passes by the stone memorials for the climbers who perished on the nearby summits of Mount Everest. You can likewise spot other incredible peaks like Khumbutse, Lingtren, Pumori, and Mahalangur Himal. On leaving behind Khumbu Glacier the train tenderly trips up to the Lobuche. Its take 5-hour trek to reach Lobuche. The night is spent in Lobuche.

    Walking time - 5 hours

    Lunch at - Thukla or Lobuche

    Altitude - 4940m

    Difficulty level - easy

    Number of lodges - 5

    Main attractions of the day - Khumbu Glacier, Memorials of lost Sherpas and climbers, The view of the Chola Lake along with Mt. Pumori

    Mountains viewed - Lobuche Peak (6119m), Pumori (7138m), Nuptse (7861), Khumbutse (5849m), Kangtega (6782), Thamserku (6608m), Taboche (6501m)
  • Day 08:Trek to Gorakshep (5170 m/16,961ft), to Everest Base Camp to Gorakshep (5364 m/17,594 ft): 13km, 6-7 hours We trek along the Khumbu glacier and climb up to Gorakshep, have some lunch, spend a wonderful time and then again continue our climb to the Everest Base Camp getting the closest view of Mount Everest, feeling like all the tiredness till the day was all worth the view. Having passed the pyramid sign, we would now be able to detect the peak of the north edge of Everest alongside Mt. Pumori, Mt Mahalangur, and Mt. Lingtern, Mt Khumbutse, Mt. Nuptse and child on. Only a little rising from here leads you to a 360-degree vista of blanketed mountains. A lofty move up to the top through the downpour of Chagri Glacier gives you a look at Kala Pattar. We get surrounded by hundreds of snow-covered mountains and the north ridge of Mount Everest staying at the elevation of 5380m. The experience of being at the foothill of the world’s highest mountain cannot be expressed in words. After spending some beautiful moments on the lap of the highest peak of the world, we trek descend to Gorakshep in the afternoon and overnight stay there.

    Walking time - 3 to 4 hours

    Lunch at - Gorakshep

    Altitude - 5380m (EBC), 5164m (Gorakshep)

    Difficulty level - moderate

    Number of lodges - 5

    Main attractions of the day - Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp, Khumbu Glacier

    Mountains viewed - Everest (8848m), Nuptse (7861m), Changtse (7543m), Pumori (7138), Chumbu (6859), Lingtren (6749), Khumbutse (6665)
  • Day 09:Gorakshep to Kalapatthar (5,545m/18,192ft) to Pheriche (4,288m/14,070ft): 16km, 7-8 hours It's a day to take a dark climb to the Kala Pattar. So we wake up and start our hike to Kala Patthar early in the early morning. Walking upwards for two or three hours you will reach the famous viewing point of Kala Pattar (Black Rock at 5,545m/18,192ft.), that offers the best perspectives on Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam. The view becomes brilliant with the main light of the day which bit by bit changes back to its unique shading. Kalapatthar to get a glance of breathtaking sunrise through the golden mountains. The Best view of Mount Everest is offered by Kalapatthar and during the sunrise, Everest turns golden which would be better than that. This day holds up many unforgettable moments of viewing the smiling and welcoming part of the highest peak of the world and hundreds of other mountains. After relaxing for some time, we descend down to Gorakshep to have breakfast and then heading our steps through Lobuche, we reach to Pheriche and stay overnight.

    Wake up time - 5 - 00 am, depending upon the time of sunrise

    Walking time - 6 to 7 hours

    Altitude - 4200m (Pheriche), 5545m (Kalapatthar)

    Difficulty level - Easy

    Number of lodges - 10+

    Main attractions of the day - Beautiful Sunrise, The Golden Mountains including Mount Everest, Kalapatthar

    Mountains viewed - Everest (8848m), Nuptse (7861m), Lhotse (8516m), Pumori (7138m), Ama Dablam (6814m), Taboche (6501m), Cholatse (6440m)
  • Day 10:Trek Down to Namche Bazar (3,440m/11,280 ft): 20km, 6 - 7 hours After having a hot and delicious breakfast. We will start our journey to return Namche Bazaar, the trail drops simple downhill till Pangboche town. At that point, the trail drops to the riverside to cross the Imja Khola and keeps on climbing to Tengboche. We cross different forests viewing the mountain views. A precarious drop from Tengboche currently drives you to the Dudh Koshi River. We cross the Dudh Koshi River on our arrival trip in PhunkiTenga and having passed the town of Tashinga and Sanasa, we reach Kyangjuma. Namche Bazaar is a simple stroll from here. The distance of the mountain makes you feel watching for all the time. You can go to the cyber café, Bakery, and club if you want. The night we will spend in a guest house in Namche Bazaar.

    Walking time - 7 hours

    Lunch at - Tengboche or Phunki Thenga

    Altitude - 3400m

    Difficulty level - Easy

    Number of lodges - 20+

    Major attractions for the day - Local villages, Suspension bridges, Namche Bazar, Tengboche Monastery

    Mountains viewed - Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Lhotse Shar (8393m), Nuptse (7861m), Tengi ragi tau (6983m), Ama Dablam (6814m), Kangtewa (6685), Thamserku (6608m), Tobuche (6501m), Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Shar (6093m), Nupla (5885m), Khumbila (5761m), Kabsila (5583m)
  • Day 11:Trek Down to Lukla (2,860m/9,186ft): 19km, 6 - 7 hours Getting up early morning and taking a quick breakfast, the trail drops from Namche Hill to the suspension connect crossing the Dudh Koshi River close to the conversion of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi waterways. At that point we reach Monjo. After certain customs at the check post of National park at Monjo, the walk proceeds to Phakding for lunch. Since this is the latest day of your trek we proceed with our stroll to Lukla. Likewise, the vast majority of the tracks are the level which enables you to appreciate open fields, rhododendrons, and pine woodlands, Sherpa town, prayer stones, and fluttering petition flags with exceptionally less exertion. After reaching Lukla you may spend some time with the crew members and we will stay overnight there in a lodge.

    Walking time - 6 to 7 hours

    Lunch at - Phakding

    Altitude - 2652m

    Difficulty level - Easy

    Number of lodges - 30+

    Main Attractions of the day - flat trail, open plains, Rhododendron and pine forests, Sherpa villages, Prayer wheels, and flags

    Mountains viewed - Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Lhotse Shar (8393m), Nuptse (7861m), Tengi ragi tau (6983m), Ama Dablam (6814m), Thamserku (6608m), Lobuche (6501m), Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Shar (6093m), Nupla (5885m), Khumbila (5761m), Kabsila (5583m)
  • Day 12:Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla After spending time for breakfast and spending some time with guides, we head towards the airport. With many beautiful remembrances, you reach back to Kathmandu from Lukla through a 25 minutes scenic flight. If you wish to travel from the helicopter, a helicopter will arrive to pick you up but will require an extra cost. Upon the arrival in Kathmandu, a private vehicle will drop you to your hotel.

    Flight duration - 25 minutes

    Major attraction – Wonderful aerial view of the terrain from the plane.

    Mountains viewed - Mount Karyolung (6511m), Mount Kusum Kaguru (6367m), Mount Nupla
    (5885m), Mount Gongla (5813m)

Cost Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop off service amid the trip
  • Sagarmatha Conversation Area Project Permits (Everest National Park Permit)
  • TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management Systems)
  • Local Government Entry Permit of Rs 2000 (Started Since 2018)
  • Domestic flights (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu)
  • Trekking guidelines before starting of the trek (Trekking Pre-Briefing)
  • Tasty and hygienic organic welfare dinner at the end of the tour in Kathmandu
  • Full Board (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trek)
  • All nights in local teahouses/lodges during the trek (Twin Sharing)
  • An Experienced English Speaking, License Holder Trekking Guide (Local Guide) or Guide cum Porter
  • Trekking Porter (Strong Local Sherpa) for carrying your luggage (1 Porter Sharing 2 Guest)
  • Medical first aid kit box
  • Staff costs like salary, insurance, domestic fare, foods, and accommodations
  • Local and government taxes, VATs, and other service charges
  • Down jacket, sleeping bag, duffle bag and all necessary trekking gears are available on a hire

Cost Excludes

  • International Flight Tickets to Nepal & Return back
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees: You can acquire a Nepal visa effortlessly upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. A multiple-entry tourist visa decent for 30 days can be attained by disbursing the US $ 40 or corresponding in foreign currency. Likewise, multiple-entry tourist visa for 90 days can be attained by reimbursing the US $ 100. [Please bring 2 passport-size photos]
  • Hotels and food in Kathmandu
  • Any kind of drinks (tea, coffee, water, hot water, etc.) and of bar bills (alcoholic beverages) during the trip
  • Hot shower, WIFI, any electronic battery recharges, extra porters during only in trekking
  • Tips and gratitude to your guides, porters, and drivers
  • Personal expenses like shopping, laundry, etc.
  • Extra baggage’s charge
  • Medical or Rescue expenses
  • Travel insurance (Travel insurance is compulsory to take an adventure trip and it must be covered both medical & emergency evacuation with the worth of USD 100,000 minimum.
  • Extra night accommodation or meals in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure and early return from trekking (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • All the other expenses not mentioned in cost includes’ list
Rated 5/5 based on 24 reviews
  • Everest Base Camp Trek in 2018
    United Kingdom

    Everest Base Camp Trek in 2018


    We discovered Nepal Trek Adventures on the web, we especially needed to book our outing with a nearby trekking organization. After a few email talks with Binod (the proprietor), we chose to put our trust in them and were not disappointed. This was our first visit to Nepal and our first enormous Everest Base Camp trek, so we were extremely energized yet a little apprehensive about what's in store. Nonetheless, we were more than awed with how Binod and Kreexna (our guide) cared for us and composed everything to flawlessness. We might want to express gratitude toward Binod for his neighborliness in Kathmandu which was significantly more than we anticipated. Major gratitude to our awesome guide Kreexna who was an extraordinary partner on our outing and cared for us consummately, ensuring we remained protected, solid and very much bolstered! Different gratitude to our doorman Galychen who easily brought our overwhelming apparatus through the mountains. Trekking through a standout amongst the most excellent scenes on Earth was an astounding and important experience as was meeting some flawless individuals and getting knowledge into Sherpa culture. We are glad that we picked this organization to help us on our adventurous trek to Everest Base Camp. We would utilize Nepal Trek Adventures again for our following visit to Nepal and would very suggest them. You couldn't meet a more pleasant group, who are exceptionally expert and take extraordinary pride in taking care of their visitors. Put it all on the line Everest Base Camp Trek 2018 in Nepal.

  • A Wonderful Team and Experience Guide For Everest Base Camp Trek

    A Wonderful Team and Experience Guide For Everest Base Camp Trek


    The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. Likewise, I already had visited and explored Annapurna Base Camp with another trekking company but this time I chose Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition (NTA) with new sight towards the world for exploring Everest Base Camp. Choosing this agency for Everest Base Camp trek is one of the best decisions that I had taken in my entire life. At the end of the trek, the only word that came in my mouth was ‘awesome’. Really, you guys were awesome. My trekking experience became more beautiful with you guys. Mr. Binod, I will never forget you in my entire life. You just made my trekking experience more pleasing and shrine. Although I had visited another Base Camp earlier, this was the best and unforgettable one. God bless you all.

  • 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek an Amazing Experience

    14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek an Amazing Experience


    From start to finish we were looking after amazingly by the managing director of Nepal Trek Adventure & Expedition Mr. Binod Sapkota and our guide 'King Krishna' - from picking us up from the airport, showing us around to the trekking itself. Thank you, Binod for proving us the best trekking itinerary of 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek including Kathmandu valley sightseeing tours. Our guide Krishna was knowledgeable, fun and easy to talk to as he led us through the Himalayas to Everest base camp. He did everything by the book and made sure we were as safe as we could be as we were trekking. From small groups to large groups, If I were to come back to Nepal for another trek there will be no other company, I will use other than this one. And keep it up your best job and we will recommend you more our friends and families. 

  • Everest Base Camp Trek an Adventure Trip

    Everest Base Camp Trek an Adventure Trip


    I strongly recommend Nepal Trek and Adventures for any treks and trips in Nepal. They are thorough professionals; extremely caring and efficient. We were so well taken care of that I fell in love with Nepal and Nepali people. Thank you Binod Sapkota and Krishna for making our Everest Base Camp Trek so memorable. Without your team, our Adventure trips to Everest Base Camp Trek won't be possible. We will come soon for the other adventures trek in Nepal again in 2019. 

  • Well organized trek to Everest Base Camp

    Well organized trek to Everest Base Camp


    Traveling to the country like Nepal seeing its beauty on the internet was a dream and finally, it came true with Nepal Trek Adventure (NTA). The most important and attractive jewel of the country is Mount Everest and one of the most influential treks toward the region is Everest Base Camp Trek, which was completed by me with NTA. All the places that you showed during the time of Everest Base Camp Trek were totally awesome. The beauty of Nepal fully blew my mind. Really guys, along with the natural beauty, the services and facilities provided by you and by all the places where we stayed with the team were so good. It was my lifetime opportunity and you made it more beautiful with all your efforts and elevating attempts. Thank you all. See you soon!!

  • Everest Base Camp Trek 12 Days
    Hong Kong

    Everest Base Camp Trek 12 Days


    I booked to go on an Everest Base Camp Trek at the absolute a minute ago with Nepal Trek Adventures - fortunately, it was the offseason and Rewati was accessible to direct me through this voyage. I was somewhat worried at first as this was my first since forever trek, however, Rewati's understanding, a reasonable method for communicating things, his real consideration and tremendous experience of Everest Base Camp Trek truly eased these apprehensions. Fortunately for us, Rewati additionally knew another gathering who was completing a comparable schedule as us, so we figured out how to join as a gathering of 3 trekkers, which truly made the outing additional unique. For me, Everest Base Camp Trek was one of the hardest things I had ever done in my entire life. It was a hard trudge up the mountain, and the height affliction was devastating (yet sensible). The settlement is generally fundamental, and there will be days where you abandon a shower - however, is everything justified, despite all the trouble at last? Indeed. Point of fact! Additionally, basically, without Rewati, I would not have made Everest Base Camp Trek. I got terrible elevation infection at Gorak Shep (battled in transit up as of now to be completely forthright) - however for Rewati's snappy reasoning in (compel) bolstering me a garlic soup + giggles, I would most likely not have had the capacity to get together with whatever remains of gathering at Everest Base Camp. Full props to Rewati, he is stunning. Book him by name on the off chance that you choose to go. I had no involvement in trekking, I was under-arranged (did not have a new water arrangement) and so forth - yet Rewati made it work with the negligible object.

  • Everest Base Camp Trek at Best Cost With Great Service

    Everest Base Camp Trek at Best Cost With Great Service


    Over a year back, I was perusing an article about Mount Everest and became more acquainted with about Everest Base Camp and how extreme and exceptional it was to reach there. In spite of the fact that I see myself as really fit in the ordinary course of life, the prospect of doing Everest Base Camp Trek around then seemed quite outrageous and physically difficult. I addressed a couple of my companions and after certain incorporations and drop-outs, we were at last 6 of us who were not kidding to consider and endeavor this mother everything being equal. Subsequent to doing our underlying examination, the greatest and the most imperative motivation for us was to distinguish and settle the expert organization that would help us in our undertaking. We addressed numerous offices, some global, some neighborhood Nepalese, however, short-posting and settling on one was difficult; because of the various models that every one of these offices worked in. At last, as an insightful man once stated, "verbal exchange is the best type of commercial"; with the assistance of a suggestion from a companion, we unearthed Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition in this huge wilderness of Nepalese trekking business. Our companion gave us the coordinates of Binod Sapkota's (pseudonym Babu), the Managing Director of Nepal Trek Adventure. Babu was accessible on each medium you could consider, regardless of whether it was a telephone, WhatsApp, email, and so on and his reaction time was very quick. Because of our gathering of beginner trekkers and our novice trekking background, we barraged him with a wide range of inquiries through messages, WhatsApp and incidental calls at odd occasions. In our gathering of 6, five of us were folks and the 6th was a young lady and as she was the main female in the gathering, she had some unmistakable inquiries relating to cleanliness, wellbeing and so forth. Babu, similar to a genuine man of honor, reacted to every one of our inquiries and facilitated our uneasiness. He all around calmly clarified the nitty-gritty of the trekking undertaking, helped us with pictures to make his point and with the solace he gave, we didn't assume twice lastly proceeded with our appointments. We arrived in Kathmandu and were welcomed and gotten by none other than Babu himself at the airplane terminal, in this manner making us feel comfortable without a moment's delay. Amid the following day remaining in Kathmandu, which was for better acclimatization, he orchestrated a little city visit for us in the first part of the day, an excursion to Thamel advertise for our last moment trekking shopping at night and a point by point instructions at supper time to set us up for the following day and the days to come. He acquainted us with Rewati Prasad Parajulie, our guide, companion and the go-to individual for everything without exception for the following 11 days. Rewati directed a decent affair of the Himalayas, Everest Base Camp and different sorts of treks and was exceptionally reasonable. Next evening in Lukla, we were additionally acquainted with Binod Rana Magar, one of our watchmen and above all a second hand and associate to Rewati. Each action amid Everest Base Camp trek was overseen and arranged so well that we didn't feel the immensity of undertaking one of the world's most troublesome treks. All things considered, I'll state the help from Babu from Kathmandu and all the direction and assistance from Rewati and Binod from Lukla to Everest Base Camp and back made the EBC dream work out and consistent for each of the six of us. After our Everest Base Camp Trek, just before getting onto the trip back home, I settled on an individual choice of coming back to Nepal for different treks in and around Mt. Everest in future as an antecedent to the enormous advance of achieving the summit sometime in the not so distant future; and for all these future treks, one thing is without a doubt, we would love to have Babu, Rewati, Binod and whatever is left of the group with us.

  • Rewati Everest Base Camp Trekking

    Rewati Everest Base Camp Trekking


    We were a gathering of six beginner Trekkers who resolved to attempt the Everest Base Camp Trek together. When the arrangement was settled, we were left with the mammoth undertaking of concluding the organization who might make our fantasy a reality. We surfed the net, did some exploration and addressed different companions and partners who had just been to EBC; the result was a rundown of 4-5 shortlisted organizations. One thing that was somewhat bewildering was the enormous range between what the different offices were charging and subsequently making Apple to Apple correlations was getting to be troublesome. All things considered, what was the excellent experience that an office which was charging double the entirety over would give contrasted with different organizations? Fortunately, one of our associates who is an eager Everest Base Camp Trekker guided us to Nepal Trek Adventure. Being the main lady in the gathering, I had heaps of inquiries explicit to security and cleanliness. It will be least to state that Binod Sapkota was also known as Babu – the Everest Base Camp Trek Director was brief and responsive to every one of our inquiries directly from the word go. He had the capacity to address my restraints and ease my uneasiness as it were. From the time we arrived in Kathmandu, Babu ensured that every one of our needs was taken into account. We were acquainted with our guide, Rewati Parajuli the day preceding we were leaving for Lukla. I can't talk all the more exceedingly for our guide, Rewati who was to a greater degree a companion amid our multi-day trek to Everest Base Camp and back. His quiet aura and capacity to discover humor in all circumstances propped us up all through the excursion. Binod, one of our watchmen who was likewise going about as Rewati's collaborator resembled a much-needed refresher. He guaranteed that little subtleties were tended to and took exceptional consideration of me, which was so charming. Wherever the climb was testing, I simply needed to pursue Rewati's strides and from that point, it was a breeze to finish the day's Everest Base Camp Trek. All things considered, my companions and I were incredibly content with the administrations of Nepal Trek Adventure. I plan to attempt a lot more treks in the Himalayas and I would dependably need Rewati as my guide amid all these climbing campaigns.

  • Good Agency and a Great Guide Made Our EBC Trek Successful

    Good Agency and a Great Guide Made Our EBC Trek Successful


    Nepal trek adventure were the organization our gathering of companions at last focused on after a great deal of research and suggestion. Binod, the owner, is genuinely proficient in his approach. Our guide, Rewati Prasad Parajuli, and the gathering of doormen truly helped us to accomplish this effective experience. Rewati pursued we all around intently amid the Everest Base Camp Trek and furthermore amid the night times to check if each one was doing well. He guaranteed each body was eating great and drinking water at normal intervals. In brief time he knew qualities and shortcoming of every last one of us and controlled the entire gathering in the most productive way taking help and preparing one of the Porters, Binod, towards turning into a decent guide. The loading up and holding up was average and will exceedingly suggest Nepal trek and experience. Thanks again to Binod (babu) and Rewati in making our blessing from heaven.

  • Very Enjoyable Everest Base Camp Trek

    Very Enjoyable Everest Base Camp Trek


    I went on the trek composed by Nepal Trek Adventures in May 2016 and I had a totally crushing time. It's an extreme trek, however, a mix of wonderful climate and a fantastically sorted out group guaranteed we had a fabulous time and all the more critically safe trek. I might want to extraordinarily make reference to Binod (The proprietor) and Rewati (Our guide) for their immaculate arranging and tolerance with a wild gathering. I additionally prescribe Rewati for his capacity to keep us spurred through the intense stretches of the Everest Base Camp Trek. It was an amazing background and I can altogether prescribe both the Everest Base Camp Circuit and Nepal Trek Adventures.

  • Memorable Everest Base Camp Trek
    United States

    Memorable Everest Base Camp Trek


    Nepal Trek Adventure was the Agency chosen for our excursion with a little gathering of companions. The Best part with Binod (affectionately known as Babu) and guide Rewati Prasad Parajuli guaranteed and put in all endeavors so they comprehended us from the very beginning. That was truly contacting. Babu and Rewati guaranteed we leave our impressions at Everest Base Camp and reclaim awesome recollections. Nepal Trek was knowledgeable with every one of the prerequisites for the outing and legitimate direction was given. The Tea Houses and all nitty gritters were taken a gander at. Cheerful to have picked them for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

  • Awesome EBC 12 Days Trek Experience with an Awesome Agency !!

    Awesome EBC 12 Days Trek Experience with an Awesome Agency !!


    I had connected with Nepal Trek Adventures post getting a suggestion from a companion who is a prepared climber and master. We had completed exhaustive research on Nepalese and International offices before we settled on Nepal Trek Adventures. Binod (the owner, whom we affectionately likewise call Babu) is modest and proficient in his methodology. He was reachable on the telephone, WhatsApp and on email and had tended to every one of our questions and worries before we arrived in Kathmandu. We were a gathering of companions, some of whom were of normal wellness and consequently we were concerned whether we would most likely total the multi-day trek. Binod in his instruction’s session had shared probably the accepted procedures to guarantee that our climbing was a triumph and guaranteed us that we will be well dealt with. Binod had adjusted Rewati Prasad Parajulie as our guide and he completed a fabulous activity in guaranteeing our climb from Lukla to Everest Base Camp and back was smooth, we had sufficient breaks, were sustained well and were placed up in clean tea houses. The potters were industrious in their duties, and one named Binod had been bending over as an associate guide which was urging to see. The acclimatization arranged all through the climb was compelling and we effectively finished the Everest Base Camp Trek with zero wounds. Presently that is the thing that client introduction and a decent office is about. To top all the above mentioned, Binod was sufficiently thoughtful to support multi-day trip around Kathmandu and host a goodbye supper.

  • Very Organized EBC Trekking Trip

    Very Organized EBC Trekking Trip


    Much appreciated Binod and our guide Shiva for taking us to Everest Base Camp and in one piece! From such huge numbers of movement specialists accessible in Kathmandu, it's hard to pick at the absolute starting point. I am fortunate to have a companion prescribe NTA. Furthermore, my experience demonstrates it's the correct choice. The guide finds dependable watchmen. We are guided to exceptionally not too bad tea houses. The arrival-departure from Lukla to Kathmandu is on time. Furthermore, the driver is continually hanging tight for us. Everest Base Camp Trek is an unquestionable requirement go experience for me and I suggest Binod and his organization.

  • Great Team and Great ServiceFrom Kathmandu to EBC
    American Samoa

    Great Team and Great ServiceFrom Kathmandu to EBC


    Let me tell u these guys ( Nepal Trek Adventure Team) are flexible and know how to make things fast and easy. I did a trek to Everest base camp and it was one of the most amazing experiences ever. And by using this company, I had a tremendous experience. Binod Sapkota and his team are experts in tourism and planning. And above all else, have made my experience the most important thing. All our concerns ranging from lodging, logistics, travel, and costs were gladly explained whenever I needed contact. They even provided a cell phone for my road trip thru Nepal in case of any emergency or mixup. I'm really pleased with their service and wouldn't to hesitate to use them again.

  • A Great Adventurous Tour to Everest Base Camp

    A Great Adventurous Tour to Everest Base Camp


    I had a great tour to Everest Base Camp with my mate and one of the guides from Nepal Trek Adventures and Expedition Pvt.Ltd! We start from Jiri to Everest Base Camp. We've seen the most beautiful mountain sights for a decent price. Loving the food and had loads of fun with our guide Rabindra. Sadly, I got sick and had to go back down when we got there, but my buddy went on to see a peak. The guide went with me to support, which I am extremely grateful for! Definitely a great crew, much better than some of the bigger companies that offer less for more money.

  • EBC With Nepal Trek Adventures

    EBC With Nepal Trek Adventures


    Great run organization, well-disposed and solid chief alongside pleasant, useful and fun aides. They went well beyond for us and dealt with a couple of sudden issues. We had a helicopter departure for one of our gathering (stomach issues on the path down) and everything went well as it could. We had a splendid trek to Everest base camp and back by means of Gokyo lakes. I would profoundly prescribe the organization, they dealt with the majority of our needs and thought of a uniquely crafted excursion for us.

  • Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek

    Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek


    From the very first moment I decided to trek in Nepal I wanted to use a local company and Binod and his team could not have worked out better. Binod was very professional right from first contact and my guide Dhana was a truly amazing guy. I did the Everest Base Camp Trek with 4 other solo trekkers in October 2012 and it was such a profound experience that it has changed the way I look at life since. I could not recommend NTA more and when I plan to trek the Himalayas again Binod will be the first person I contact.

  • Amazing trekking

    Amazing trekking


    Our trip to Everest Base Camp was fantastic! Thanks Nepal Trek, especially Binod and Dhana for the excellent job you do guys! We had no worries, just enjoyed the amazing Nepal

  • Dependable Everest Base Camp Trekking Service

    Dependable Everest Base Camp Trekking Service


    Binod and his team of workers truly run a dependable trekking guide and service. I and my son trekked Khumbu region recently all the way Everest Base Camp. The guide and porter were excellent. The choice of guest houses was mostly very good. When one of us became sick at the end of the trekking they were able to arrange help in a very professional and efficient manner. You will not go wrong by choosing Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition.

  • Great People Make a Great Company for Everest Base Camp Trek

    Great People Make a Great Company for Everest Base Camp Trek


    We had a fantastic experience this past April on the Everest Base Camp trek with Nepal Trek Adventures. A close friend and I booked a private Everest Base Camp Trek which included a guide and porter. The staff were an absolute pleasure to work with. Binod Sapkota, the owner of the trekking company, took a very personal approach to ensure we were comfortably set up in Kathmandu prior to our EBC trek, and that we had a guide that best suited our style. Our guide, Amrit Lamsal, was friendly and knowledgeable of the terrain. He maintained pace with us, made good conversation, and took the time to address all our questions and concerns. On our final day in Nepal, we spent time with Amrit, Binod, and other Nepal Trek Adventure staff having some casual drinks in Kathmandu - a testament to the friendliness of the entire crew.

  • Everest Base Camp Kalapathar Trek

    Everest Base Camp Kalapathar Trek


    I am Aylo male from Australia and chose the Everest Base Camp trek. My guide was Dhana. He was the most helpful genuine and trustworthy guide I could ask for. It felt good to have him with me and support me with my trek. I can thoroughly recommended him as a guide. Thank you, Dhana!! Also, Mr. Binod (boss) is the nicest person to deal with. I am truly impressed   went how willing he was to assets  me. He went extra time to make sure i was happy. These guys are the honest and genuine and I am happy to write this review.

  • Everest Base Camp Best Trekking With Best Service

    Everest Base Camp Best Trekking With Best Service


    The trek to Everest base camp and Kalapatthar was phenomenal!!! Dhama is an extraordinary guide and incredible individual, so amusing and upbeat we had an extraordinary time and will always remember!

  • Everest Base Camp Trekking Local Culture
    New Zealand

    Everest Base Camp Trekking Local Culture


    Had an amazing experience trekking to EBC and Kalapatthar. The trek was beautiful. The locals made this trip very special as well as meeting other groups of trekkers along the way.

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    Everest Base Camp Trekking Difficulties


    Had a fantastic time trekking to Everest base camp the people we meet and the scenery were all amazing and helped make our trip so enjoyable. It was hard work, but worth it!

Trekking Guides and Porters for Everest Base Camp

For Everest Base Camp Trek, there will be one leader (Guide) and Sherpa porter (1 porter for 2 trekkers). This arrangement is done for the smooth running of the campaign. It ensures that the trip will carry on as per plan even if somebody in a group gets sick. NTA can operate Everest Base Camp trail for a group of any size. But, a group of 10 is considered the finest. However, if you have a group of more than 10, NTA can arrange this too.

Trekking Hours in Days During Everest Base Camp Trek

While you are on trekking, days start with breakfast at the tea house you remain, you should pack up your duffle sacks/trekking sack before breakfast, as watchmen will set off right on time. After breakfast roughly 2-3 hours of trekking, you enjoy a reprieve for lunch someplace in the trail. After a loosening up lunch, you normally go through around 2-3 hours or significantly more some of the time on the trail before achieving your halting point. For the duration of the day, you will take visit rest breaks and set aside an effort to respect the intriguing mountains sees. You take a lot of pictures of yourself with staggeringly all-encompassing mountains, streams, scenes, supplication banners, sanctuaries, hallowed places, Cairns, cloisters, and so on. When you touch base at your teahouse, you take a short rest or just unwinding with a book and getting up to speed with your journal. Supper is by and large around 7 pm.

Accommodation During Everest Base Camp Trek

Accommodation in Kathmandu is on a twin share basis with private facilities. Whilst trekking accommodation is in Trekkers lodges/teahouses and is of an ordinary standard. Twin Rooms or multi-share with basic shared toilet facilities. Hot Showers are obtainable in some places but they will charge directly to client when they ask for a hot shower and if you wish to book tented camp (Camping trekking) instead of teahouse we will offer two men tent for two people to share the accommodation on tent camp.

Meals During Everest Base Camp Trek

During our Trail of days, we will enjoy typical Nepali food, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine like Tibetan, Continental, Italian, and Indian. You can even enjoy hot chocolates, slices of bread and drinks of different variety and snacks. Breakfast of a day will be served at the same teahouse or lodge where we spent the night, as per its menu. Lunch will be served on the way to destination and dinner will be served at the tea house where you spend the night. A welcome dinner, a farewell dinner, and breakfasts will be served during our stay in Kathmandu.


There are no particular wellbeing prerequisites for movement into Nepal. Be that as it may, for the trekking in the Himalayas, you are in phenomenal wellbeing with normal physical wellness and have an inspirational demeanor, self-assurance, and solid assurance, you can achieve this trek effectively yet you ought to counsel your specialist for modern data in regards to immunizations, high elevation drug, and prescriptions for any sensibly predictable ailments while going in Nepal. Some piece of trekking has a little wellbeing post for crisis treatment with restricted sorts of gear, constrained wellbeing specialists and medicine. Know that a few medications, including against malarial, have symptoms at elevation. If it's not too much trouble talk about this cautiously with your specialist. It would be ideal if you know that you will be in remote territories and far from restorative offices for quite a while amid this excursion. We unequivocally suggest that you convey an individual First Aid unit just as adequate amounts of any close to home therapeutic prerequisites (counting an extra pair of glasses).

Altitude Sickness

AMS (Altitude Mount Sickness) is a difficult issue. It is the aftereffect of the disappointment of the body to adjust to high elevation and can influence anybody, paying little mind to age or wellness. It, for the most part, happens over 1,800 meters and the probability of being influenced increments as you climb. The best approach to diminish the effects of elevation is to climb gradually, 300 meters for each day over 3,000 meters until you have acclimatized. Poor acclimatization results in cerebral pain, queasiness, restlessness, trouble breathing and swelling of fingers and organs. The main remedy for AMS is to slip to bring down the height and your guide's choice on this issue is conclusive. When you are intending to trek over 3,000 meters we suggest not strolls quicker. In the event that you will get elevation affliction please counsel with your manual for go down in any event 500 meters to recuperate.

Backpack Check List for Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Walking shoes/trekking boots
  • Socks, several pair of heavy wool outer socks and a few pairs of nylon inner socks.
  • Some pairs of Pants, shirts, T-shirts
  • Skirts mid-calf to above the ankle
  • Warm sleeping bag and jacket
  • Water bottle and Trekker's bag
  • Flashlight
  • Toiletries (soap, towel, toothbrush, washcloth, paste, Comb and shampoos)
  • Lighter and Sunglasses
  • Umbrella, raincoat (monsoon season)
  • Handbag/day bag
  • Walking shoes with new waffle soles (monsoon season)
  • Waterproof jacket. (Monsoon season)
  • Plastic sheeting for covering the bag (monsoon season)
  • Shaving paraphernalia for men
  • Woolen hat (a high place or snowy place)
  • Woolen sweater or down jacket (a high place or snowy place)
  • Woolen long Underwear (a high place or snowy place)
  • Good Trekking boots (a high place or snowy place)
  • Sun cream and Sandal for night
  • Some other worm clothes.
  • Some dry food

There are much more to carry for the Everest Base Camp Trek and above are just a glimpse of them. For much more to check out, you can go through our backpacking checklist.


Trekking to Everest base camp has been one of the most loved activities nowadays. Everest Base camp offers grand perspectives on Mt Everest, ice-fall, icy masses, dazzling scene and assortments of widely varied vegetation in Sagarmatha National park. The Everest area is loaded with testing trails, unusual hazard, monstrous mountains, emotional view, and hypnotizing background, however, it will be all fantasy in the event that you visit there in the wrong season. It is critical to comprehend the climate before arranging your trek to Everest locale.

There is a trademark: "Nepal for all season"; notwithstanding, there are chiefly two best seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp: Pre-storm (February, March, April, and May) and Post-rainstorm (September, October, November, and December)

Everest Base Camp Trek in February

February denotes the finish of the winter season and the start of the spring season. Winter or colder months are not particularly celebrated time to investigate mountain locale by walking; in spite of the fact that it is conceivable to trek in the Everest district in the period of February. When you consider trekking or climbing, you probably won't think 'winter' is the best thought for trekking because of the difficult climate. The temperature amid this month drops down and wind speed varies however we ensure that you will never lament to trek Everest Base Camp in February.

Everest Base Camp Trek in March

Walk falls under spring when the temperature starts hotter and nature stirs after a long rest. The grass and trees on the slope turn green and blooms will in general bloom. In spite of the fact that the days are longer and hotter in March, it will be as yet cold toward the beginning of the day and around evening time. In early days, you can likewise experience intermittent snowfall yet trekking at daytime will be impeccable and nothing can be more energizing than this. Trekking Everest Base Camp in this month is famous for a tremendous perspective on a snow-secured mountain and blooming rhododendron in the slope. This time is much occupied and you can encounter numerous guests in the Himalayan locale, however, it is the best time for trekking Everest Base Camp.

Everest Base Camp Trek in April

The ideal time to trek Everest Base Camp is in the long stretch of April. The atmosphere in this month is marginally warm at a lower height and moderate at a higher rise as it is mid-spring. The climate and atmosphere are simply ideal for touring and investigating the picturesque magnificence of nature as we can encounter blossoms sprouting on the hills, woodlands brimming with rhododendron and flying creatures trilling in the thick backwoods. Everest Base Camp trek in April additionally offers a mind-blowing perspective on the biggest icy mass (Khumbu ice sheet) and close clear perspective on smooth Mountains. Spring is the period of restoration; it is likewise a bubbly month for the Mountaineers, so there is a probability of experiencing numerous undertaking bunches alongside a lot of Yaks on the beginnings.

Everest Base Camp Trek in May

May marks the finish of spring and the start of summer. It is likewise the best time to climb the Everest. It offers stunning dawn and dusk see over the Himalayas. The atmosphere is still reasonable and the sky is clear which makes the trek additionally stunning and entrancing. The month of may be the best time for paramount and charming trekking knowledge of your lifetime; But mid-May is pre-rainstorm season so there will be a permeability issue due to sprinkling precipitation and mists. There is likewise plausibility of a flight delay as sky won't be clear constantly. So be cautious while trekking Everest Base Camp in May.

Everest Base Camp Trek in Mid-September

Everest Base camp trekking in September is the best time for trekking in Himalayan locale since it is the time directly after a rainstorm. September and October are the long periods of real celebrations like Dashain and Tihar in Nepal so you can likewise encounter the way of life and convention alongside the green slopes and blue sky. Harvest time season is considered as a standout amongst the best sessions to trek Everest Base Camp for a perfectly clear perspective on mountains. Regularly, mid-September takes after the finish of storm season so there will be no downpour, breezy cold, and summer heat. Amid September, days are warm and evenings are cold however not as a virus as winter which makes the trek simpler, agreeable and chance free.

Everest Base Camp Trek in October

Mid-harvest time is the best time to visit Khumbu district as it offers dazzling perspective on snow secured mountains, green slopes, clear sky and outside air. October is the long stretch of pinnacle trekking season; the majority of the guests visit Nepal in this month and is particularly for Everest Base Camp trek. In this month, days are hotter and evenings are normally colder as the most extreme and least temperature will be 20C and - 10C separately; however, temperature differs as per the elevation. The atmosphere of Everest area is unusual, it might rain in October as well yet it doesn't influence the trek as the sky turns out to be clear as the downpour stops, and it doesn't rain much amid this time. Everybody needs to trek, Everest Base Camp in October so the course might be occupied; in any case, you will never lament trekking Everest locale in October.

Everest Base Camp Trek in November

Fall is the traveler season in Nepal as the temperature is great for trekking. November is the finish of harvest time season, so temperature diminishes somewhat cold; anyway days stay hotter and more clear. Trekking in Nepal in November is a great encounter. You will have an astonishing knowledge with the unmistakable perspective on scene, nature, snow-topped mountains and social and customary assorted variety; just as there is no danger of snowfall, precipitation, and parasites as well. Particularly October and November are the two pinnacle trekking seasons in Nepal.

Everest Base Camp Trek in December

December is additionally a great time to trek to Everest Base Camp; however, it checks as virus season and the temperature begins to drop down beneath Zero during the evening in Everest area. The vast majority of the undertaking group and trekking organization don't prescribe the trekkers to trek in mountain area as there is danger of snowfall. Bundle expenses and flight costs likewise will in general drop low in this month due to offseason; be that as it may, couple of trekkers rise Everest Base Camp to stay away from other occupied preliminaries and to encounter a strange atmosphere.

Trekking is good in all seasons in Nepal. In any case, you should be progressively cautious and mindful about the atmosphere and temperature before trekking to Everest. Keep away from pre-spring (late December and January) and storm season (June, July, August and early September) to trek Everest Base Camp as there are odds of snowfall, avalanche, torrential slide, leeches, and tricky street. The previously mentioned seasons are the best choices for you; lean toward the season or month as your interest and advantageous. Much obliged to you.

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