Shimmering, heavenly snow-clad mountains with the most beauteous panoramic sceneries of Khumbu icefall and glaciers and galvanizing peaks above the altitude of 7000m like Pumo Ri and Nuptse, welcome to the world full of thrill, full of miraculous creations of Nature. Welcome to Everest Base Camp Trek where you will seek the truly adventurous and unforgettable journey of your life.
With the warm hospitality of distinctive Sherpa culture, get welcomed on an imperial journey that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa took off in 1953. Nothing can beat the exultation of enjoying the endemic lifestyle of bizarro Namche Bazaar, the human settlement at the world’s highest altitude. Who else can deny feeling one’s presence to view Mount Everest, Chomolungma (in Tibetian language) along with historic Tengboche monastery and world-heritage site, Sagarmatha National Park? Everest Base Camp is the viewpoint of Kalapatthar embellished with the scenic views of Mount Everest massif. Buckle up thrill-lovers to gain lifetime experiences!
Enriched with the aura of breath-taking natural sceneries, lofty Himalayas, and unique Sherpa culture, the EBC trek is the immaculate amalgam of the aesthetic Khumbu region and the adorable experiences of the mighty mountain ranges of 4 to 6.
Most of the trekking trail passes through the Sagarmatha National Park along with many settlements like Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Dingboche, Tengboche, and many more. The Everest Base camp trek by Himalaya Land Treks begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the outset of the world’s most amazing life experiences.
A homely environment with the warm gesture of Sherpa culture and tradition won’t let you feel like going back to your home. An epitome of humanity, bravery, and stick-to-itiveness, Sherpa culture teaches you to live a full-fledged life. The plus point of the Everest Base Camp trek is you get to indulge yourself in the distinctive festivities of this particular region such as Mani Rimdu (to mark the foundation of Buddhism in the Tibetan region), Dumji (as the birth of Guru Rinpoche), Loshar, and many many more where you can feel the spiritual recreation.
Also known as Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Lukla Airport is the main route way to Everest Base Camp. Situated at the highest altitude, sometimes unpredictable weather changes may create flight interventions but it is widely accepted that flights to Lukla Airport are one of the adventurous trips of all.
Sherpa capital, where any globetrotters can feel the homely contexture, Namche Bazaar popular as “Gateway to Everest” is the first stop point during the trek to Everest. In fact, the EBC trekking is incomplete without the visit to this small but traditionally and naturally rich village.
With the spiritual essence and ancient religious history, Tengboche Monastery is the largest monastery of the Khumbu region and the leading Buddhist centre. The famous colourful Sherpa festival, Mani Rimdu is hosted by Tengboche Monastery. Brimmed with the hymns of OM MANE PADME HUN, this monastery is a perfect place to decipher the peace.
With an altitude of 5600m, the Kalapatthar viewpoint is worth visiting where one can visualize the peachy keen views of the summit and other peaks like Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Cho Oyu. One has to exhibit their physical presence to feel the marvellous beauty of nature from here.
The best time to do the Everest trek is during spring (March-May) and autumn (September to November). The remaining seasons, namely, winter (Dec-Feb) and monsoon (Jun- Aug) are less than ideal. While winter experiences heavy snowfall and fog, the monsoon season sees heavy rainfall. The flight to/from Lukla are also often delayed and cancelled during these seasons. But if you are planning to carry on a Helicopter tour, you can have a visit to base camp when there is fine weather.
Everest trek is actually not so hard if you have prior common trekking experience. You do not require professional trekking experience to begin your EBC trekking as it is a moderate trekking journey. Any person who is committed to walking 5-6 hours a day can easily access the trek. But altitude sickness may intervene in your journey. Safety comes first so, go through the planned itinerary and take suggestions from well-trained professionals from where you would know the Everest base camp trek is not so hard. Travelling through the majestic mountains is more than you expect. It is always necessary to take entire information before you commence your journey to Everest, in favour of your plan we have written a full blog article on how you can prepare for the Everest base camp trek, read the blog and remove your confusion about the journey.
Some people can find Everest base camp trek as a strenuous trekking destination as everyone doesn't have prior trekking experience so, for those, we have a couple of simple and easy trek on the same region which gives you almost the same vibes of trekking which are Everest short trek and Everest base camp Heli trek. Also, to those who are seeking more adventure and challenging trekking experience in the Everest region then, Gokyo And Renjo-La Pass Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing, Everest Three Pass Trek and Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek are for you.
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Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by a Himalaya Land Treks’ representative who will help you get transferred to your Hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Kathmandu.
Today, you will have a beautiful guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu's major UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will visit the Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, the Boudhanath Stupa, the Swayambhunath, Tempe and the Kathmandu Durbar Square. All these destinations are brilliant sites to enjoy the ancient art, craft, and architecture. After the tour, you will be dropped back to your Hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Kathmandu.
Early in the morning, you will be transferred to the airport for your Lukla flight. The short flight to Lukla is a highlight in itself because from the plane, you can see the changing sights of the terrain below. From Lukla, you will then begin your trekking journey to today's destination- Phakding, going through beautiful woods over a well-trodden path. Overnight stay at the guesthouse.
From Phakding, you will make your way into the Dudh Koshi River valley, through the verdant pine and cedar woodlands to reach the village of Monjo from where you enter the Sagarmatha National Park. From here, you will be trekking into the emerald forests of the Himalayan woods towards the famous Town of Namche Bazaar. The trek is a steady uphill journey and offers amazing views of the Kusum Khangkaru (6367m). Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Namche.
This day is reserved for acclimatization. There are many things to do at Namche- you can visit the Sherpa Culture Museum of the town, and also have a quick visit to the Everest Photo gallery here. Plus, you can also hike to the Syangboche airstrip that is located above the town. Also, you could pay a visit to the Everest View Hotel- the highest located hotel in the world that boasts of views of the Mount Everest (8848m). Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Namche.
From Namche, you will make your way in a beeline towards Tengboche, another famous village of the region. Passing by ridgelines and suspension bridges over the Imja River, you will eventually reach Tengboche, also known as the spiritual hub of Khumbu. Here, you can visit the Tengboche Monastery, one of the largest monasteries in the region. You can also enjoy mesmerizing views of the Ama Dablam (6856m) from here. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Tengboche.
From Dingboche, you will be walking along the Imja River towards the summer valley of Dingboche- a beautiful village situated in the Imja Valley. Dingboche is quite dramatic in its location as it is situated at the foothill of the Nangkartshang Peak (5616m) and beside the Imja River. The trek is amazing and the views of mountain peaks in the Everest range are always present just over the skyline. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Dingboche.
This is another day reserved for acclimatization. Today, you can explore the village and enjoy the traditional ambiance the place offers, with its many Mani stones carved with prayers, Chortens and Prayer wheels lining the Stupas. You could relax as well, or you could also have a hike up the vantage point of the Nangkartshang (5616m) to enjoy panoramic views of the Imja Valley and the Everest ranges. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Dingboche.
From Dingboche, you will be following the trail that winds alongside the Imja River towards Lobuche- a small settlement that is towered over by the Lobuche Peaks, from which the village also gets its name. The trek is rather moderate and you can also notice the terrain changing from greener pastures to rocky soils and snowy barren grounds. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Lobuche.
This is one of the most anticipated days of the trek. You will be trekking to the base camp of Mount Everest today. Trekking past the small sparsely populated settlement of Gorakshep, you will be heading the base camp, passing by the trail that meanders alongside the Khumbu Glacier Moraine. Once reaching the base camp, you can take in the grand moment, and enjoy your time there. You can see the Khumbu Icefall, Glacier, and many other mountains in the Everest range. After sending time at the base camp, you will return to Gorakshep. Overnight stay at Gorakshep.
This is another most anticipated day of the trekking journey. You will wake up before dawn and make your way to Kala Patthar the most famous vantage point of the Khumbu, to see the mesmerizing view of the entire Mount Everest massif. It is one of the most unearthly and ethereal sights in the world. After enjoy that best moment of the trek at Kalapatthar, you will make your way back to Pheriche, trekking along the same pathway. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Pheriche.
From Pheriche, you will trek along the familiar path back towards Namche Bazaar, taking in the beauty of the Himalayan woodlands and the towering peaks of the Sagarmatha, passing over the Imja River and crossing many suspension bridges along the way. Overnight stay at the guesthouse at Namche.
From Namche, you will be trekking back to Lukla, passing by Monjo and exiting the national park. The trek is downhill and is comparatively easier than before. The mountains are always there for you in the horizon, rising high and watching over your journey like ethereal natural being, albeit not being sentient. Overnight stay at Lukla.
From Lukla, you will catch your flight back to Kathmandu, bidding the Everest peaks goodbye for the last time. At Kathmandu, you can spend the rest of the day as you please, shopping or simply relaxing. You will also participate in a farewell dinner hosted by the Himalaya Land Treks at the end of the day. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Kathmandu.
Approximately three hours before your scheduled flight, you will be taken to your airport for your departure.
Important Note: With a challenging geographical structure and unpredictable climate, internal flight delays are quite frequent, especially so in the Himalayan regions of the country. The flights are even canceled if the weather conditions worsen. As such, we advise you to travel to Nepal during autumn and spring seasons. These seasons offer the most stable of climatic conditions and see far fewer flight delays and cancellations. We also recommend the travelers to include a few extra days in their travel itineraries as contingencies. You should also be careful to get travel insurance to cover the additional expenses due to these conditions.
If you choose the trekking to Everest Base Camp, you should be aware of a possible threat called altitude sickness. Altitude Sickness, also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), is a sickness in which the human body becomes unable to cope with the Himalayan atmosphere. The symptoms of the illness generally start when climbing or walking above 3000 meters. There are several preventive measures which can be taken to avoid altitude sickness. Travelers should not walk fast at a higher altitude as the oxygen thins your body starts to feel sick and unusual. So, you should walk slowly and spend some days for your body to get accustomed to low-level oxygen. One should always carry Diamox tablets while trekking at high altitudes. Similarly, maintaining a healthy diet during trips is also equally important. The victims of the sickness should be immediately taken to a lower altitude and evacuation procedures can be carried out according to the severity of the situation.
Signing up for travel insurance for you, your belongings for theft, loss, and medical problems is a must when traveling to Nepal. Since there are many travel risks and issues, it is wise to cover unnecessary and unavoidable expenses with travel insurance. As most travelers come here for adventure purposes, they engage in activities such as mountain climbing, trekking, rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, etc. Thus, your risk factor during these events is high; which makes insurance a high priority. Similarly, while trekking there are not many hospitals nearby and in dire cases, the only option is emergency helicopter evacuation which is very expensive. Similarly, flight delays and cancellations are also a possibility for high altitude trips. As such, we advise you to choose your insurance company after thorough research. Make sure that the travel insurance covers all the possible risks that come when traveling in Nepal.
As a nation that thrives on tourism, there are abundant hotels, restaurants, teahouses, and homestays all over the country. From five star luxurious hotels to comfortable and simple hotels and hostels, there is a wide variety of accommodation for your stay in Nepal. While the major cities and towns have decent accommodation services, travelers will have to stay in teahouses which offer basic facilities of dining and lodging while traveling in remote parts of the country.
There are multi-cuisine restaurants to local restaurants all over the nation. While in Nepal, you will be amazed while walking down the streets there are ample restaurants and cafes. Some dishes you should try while in Nepal are Momos and Thakali food. When you are traveling in the Everest region, you can only find limited cuisines and food items. Regardless, you will find the staple food of Nepal- Dal Bhat Tarkari in every part of the country. You can also choose to enjoy local cuisines when trekking or heading to Everest Base Camp.
Treks that explore altitudes around 4000 to 5500 meters are difficult treks. The difficulty level of the Everest Base Camp trek is very high and requires great physical and mental strength from the trekkers. Depending on your operator the trek usually takes 12 days with no roads in, only one way to see the incredible mountain is trekking. Travelers with previous trekking experience should opt for these treks. Since the threat of altitude sickness is pretty high, it is essential to acclimatize along the trek.
The official currency of Nepal is Nepalese Rupees (NPR) and is available in the banknotes of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000. Coins of 1 and 2 rupees are also available. In the major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, etc., banks and ATMs are easily available. However, the easy availability and accessibility of these services are fewer and lesser as you head to remote areas. So, it is best to carry sufficient cash while you have easy access to banks or ATMs.
You don't have to worry if you don't have Nepali currency before your arrival as there are many money exchanges in Kathmandu city. You can also exchange your currency at the Tribhuvan Airport in Kathmandu when you land. Likewise, you can easily find places to acquire Nepalese currency around the cities. However, you should be up-to-date regarding the exchange rates to avoid being scammed. To find information regarding the exchange rates head to the official website of Nepal Rastra Bank at https://www.nrb.org.np/fxmexchangerate.php
In recent years the Internet service in Nepal has developed and upgraded at a very fast pace. You will be able to find a wireless internet connection in almost every restaurant and hotel. Even in some of the trekking destinations at a higher altitude, you can find Internet in the cafes and lodges. However, this service not highly reliable so, using a cellular network for internet and communication is ideal. You can easily purchase a sim card anywhere across the country after providing the necessary documents. Besides these, newspapers, TV channels, and radio stations are also some of the prominent communication mediums in Nepal.
With a challenging geographical structure and unpredictable climate, internal flight delays are quite frequent, especially so in the Everest regions. The flights are even canceled if the weather conditions worsen. As such, we advise you to travel to Nepal during autumn and spring seasons. These seasons offer the most stable of climatic conditions and see far fewer flight delays and cancellations. We also recommend the travelers to include a few extra days in their travel itineraries as contingencies. You should also be careful to get travel insurance to cover the additional expenses due to these conditions.
Nepal is safe and secure for all travel enthusiasts. In addition to the admirable travel and tourism services, Nepalese are also famous for their friendly nature and warm hospitality. Moreover, the Tourist Police in Nepal also looks to ensure the safety of tourists and travelers in Nepal. Find more about the Tourist Police at https://www.welcomenepal.com/plan-your-trip/tourist-police.html.
Likewise, Nepal is also perfect for lone travelers. However, traveling alone in the country means you will have to face certain problems that involve the language barrier. Similarly, if you are trekking you should hire a guide as you might get lost or face difficulties while traveling alone. If you pay attention to a few travel hacks and maintain a common sense, you will not come across any problem when traveling around Nepal.
There is no any age limit to visit to Everest Base Camp, Unless you have any chronic illness or altitude sickness. If you can make a trek for 4-5 hours a day than you can obviously join this trek. Himalaya land trek offers you a comfortable and enjoyable trek journey.
Of course yes!, Everest Base Camp trek is a trek to the lap of Himalaya, not to the summit. So if you can walk for 4-5 hours per day, and if you don’t have any chronic disease or altitude sickness than you can make your bag pack towards Base Camp. Himalaya Land trek offers you easy to hard level trek. You can make a choice of route you want to trek through Himalaya Land Trek.
Himalaya Land trek is always fascinated on trekker’s choice. Hence, your trek departure is always guaranteed on time unless any weather change, disaster or pandemic occurs.
With some unconditional reason, if your flight gets cancelled, you can catch up the next flight probably on the same day or on the next day.
Yes, you can alone book this trek without the team. We will make an arrangement with a team if we have. But we don’t make you wait to prepare a team. We start on the spot if we have two people. We make your travel arrangements at the date of your choice after the final agreement. For us, Trekkers choice is the first priority.
Please visit https://www.himalayalandtreks.com/terms-and-conditions for more information.
Yes, on the trial route through Everest Base camp you can find Ntc/Ncell mobile network. However some places are out of network coverage.
Himalaya Land Trek offers you basic medical facilities such as first aid in case of any normal injury on the way. You can again continue your trek after some rest. But if you get any chronic illness then, we manage to return you safely to Kathmandu for necessary treatment. Otherwise, basic medicine and health kit is always available for your safety. We are consciously concerned to the trekker's health condition.
We will provide trekkers with Diamox tablets to prevent altitude sickness from the beginning of the trek. In case of severe altitude sickness we will immediately shift to lower altitude immediately.
The trek goes to the altitude of 5500m, so taking children below age of 6 might be much dangerous because of massive cold. The children cannot adjust with the mountain temperature. It will create more problems instead to making a trek enjoyable. But children above 7can go for this trek. Before making the trek route sure, please know the health condition of your child and proceed. Himalaya Land trek also have a provision of discount package for children.
Everest Base Camp is not hard at all. As it is not a trek to summit, base camp trek is easy for the person who can walk for 5-6 hours per day. If you don’t have any chronic illness or altitude sickness you can easily trace this trek. Himalaya Land Treks provide with you all the possible facilities required throughout the trek.
The best time to trek to Everest Base camp is during the spring (March-May) and autumn (September-December) seasons because the weather is favorable during these months. But if you are a professional trekker then you can access this trek throughout the year. Trekkers often mention that, the winter gives the best views of the mountain.
The company holds no responsibility for voluntary withdrawal or cancellation of the trip by the customer themselves; hence the amount paid to the company will not be refunded after the trip has begun. Unfortunate circumstances such as unforeseen natural disasters, canceled flights, strikes, industrial action, wars, riots, quarantine, government intervention, weather, the deteriorating health condition of a group member, etc. could lead to the cancellation of trips. In such cases, the customer can either ask to get back the 80% of the total trip cost paid to the company (13% Government Tax will be deducted) or reuse the cost in an alternative trip with the same price, immediately, in the following season of the same year. However, the booking deposit i.e. 20% of the total amount remains non-refundable.
In case of trip extension up to 10 days and more, the clients will be charged an additional cost of USD 100 to USD 200, respectively. However, this additional charge is only for a single supplement, and an additional USD 250 will be charged for climbing/expeditions.
The clothes and gear needed to trek Everest Base Camp are listed below:
Down Sleeping bag provided by Himalaya Land Treks in Kathmandu
Fleece jacket or pullover
Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
Torch/flashlight - headlamp style is ideal
Insect repellent, sunscreen, and lip balm
Refillable water bottle - Min 1 Liter Aluminum or Nalgene polypropylene are best
Warm Hat, Sunhat/bandana, Scarf, Sunglass, Gloves - wool or fleeced and gore-tex
Bag Liners to waterproof your bags (A duffel bag is provided to each trekker for trekking by Himalaya Land Treks in Kathmandu)
Wind and waterproof Jacket & Pants
Comfortable and sturdy walking shoes (worn frequently prior to departure)
Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination - ensure boots fit such combination
Running shoes or sandals for evening
Wool jumper/sweater/fleece. Lightweight during summer, 1 heavyweight or 2 lightweights during winter months
T-Shirts 3 or 4
Shirt - Long Sleeved
Thermals Upper and lower
You will be provided with best accommodation facilities. You will be provided with warm relaxing bedroom with attached bathroom. The bedroom consists of electric blankets or probably the facility of heater/AC might be present according to the hotel. You can book our Luxury Everest base Camp trek package for more luxurious mountain trek.
You are provided with local cuisine of Himalayan essence. Likewise, you can make choices as per your interest from the menu. You are served with seasonal fruits after dinner/lunch. If you are in love with traditional Himalayan meal, then you can enjoy ethnic Himalayan taste of the highest human settlement area of the world with panoramic views.
Everest base camp is a once in a lifetime experience, with various picturesque scenario. But if you want the close view of summit then Kalapatthar worth more than Everest base camp cause it offers more stunning and clear view of summit.
The world’s highest summit Mount Everest runs in between the border of Nepal and China. But the mighty peak of Everest lies in the Khumbu region hence it is said to be in Nepal. It is located in the Mahalangur Range of the Tibetan plateau.
Planes do not fly over Mount Everest. There are various reasons why planes do not fly over Mt Everest:
Planes cannot fly above 20,000 feet and Mount Everest goes up to 29000 feet in height.
Being the highest peak, the continuous occurrence of storms causes air turbulence for the flight to complete safely.
As well in these areas oxygen runs out of supply. Passengers will face difficulty in breathing.
It will be very difficult to descend the aircraft in case of any emergency.
Everest Base Camp trek is a 12 days long trek. It takes 8 days to reach the Base camp and 4 days to return. It takes a longer time to reach Base camp to make the trekkers adjust with decreasing temperature.
Everest base camp is not dangerous at all unless some natural disaster such as Earthquake, landslides occur. Although there is very little chance of landslide occurring in the Base Camp region.
12 Days long Budget Everest Base Camp trek by Himalaya Land Treks cost $1750 with all your trekking expenditure. The cost may vary according to the trek duration and facilities provided throughout the trek. Please go through Trekking In Nepal to know more about the cost structure, inclusion, exclusion and detailed information about the trek.
To stay a night at Everest Base Camp requires a social permit. And this is much expensive. Our trek package doesn’t involve staying in Base Camp. We visit Base Camp and return to make our stay.
During autumn and spring, the temperature goes from 15-20 degree Celsius day time and 4 to -10 degree Celsius at night time. During winter, the day temperature is about -5 degree Celsius and -15 or even less at night time.
Yes of course! If it is the season of spring or autumn and if you are willing to see the world’s highest summit just behind you. You can just make a bag pack and proceed to Everest Base Camp. Get your travel book with Himalaya Land treks to make your journey safe and efficient.
Yes! There is WIFI at Everest Base Camp.
Helicopters can fly over the summit. But helicopters require a certain amount of air for lift. Therefore landing to lift the passenger or the body will be very difficult.
Popular trek destination Everest Base Camp trek is 130 Km long and takes 12 days to complete the trek.
There is no official statistical evidence of people dying while trekking to Everest Base Camp.
You should not need to train for trekking to Everest Base Camp. If you can trek for 4-5 hour per day and do not have any chronic disease then you can easily proceed with the trek.
The best time of the year to do the Everest Base Camp trek is during autumn and spring. During this time you can observe the clear views of the mountains. The season of winter and monsoon is not so feasible for trekking to Base Camp
Usually, Everest cannot be seen from Kathmandu. But if the weather is clear with very low pollution then Everest Summit can be seen from Kathmandu.
Some parts of Mount Everest can be viewed from Lukla.
You can drive from Kathmandu to Lukla by jeep from the way of salleri. There is no direct transport or highway to reach Lukla from Kathmandu.
Lukla airport is considered to be the world’s dangerous airport. It is because of the geographical structure of the land where the airport has been made and the short runway which makes it difficult for the planes to make a proper run.
Yes, you can see dead bodies on Everest. It is normal to see dead bodies on Everest. Trekkers die due to various reasons while climbing the summit. And it is very expensive and as well dangerous to get the body down.
The weather remains to change in the Himalayas. Hence, it is necessary to keep update about the weather condition and is suggested to keep some buffer days before launching for a trek.
Your stay at Everest Base Camp will be of 3 hours. As you need to descend back to Gorekshep to stay overnight, a longer time in EBC might get you late to get back. You will make a round trip to EBC at 3 hours and then return.
If you can trek for 4-5 hours per day and if you do not have any chronic disease or altitude sickness then you are 90% prepared for the trek. Now all you need is to make the necessary packaging for your trip. While making a bag pack prepare it to make it as light and comfortable as possible so that it will be easier for you to travel throughout the journey.
Everest Base Camp trek is very popular during the peak season i.e. spring and autumn. Being a popular destination for tourists EBC seems to be quite busy during its peak season.
You do not need oxygen at Everest Base Camp. We provide trekkers with Diamox tablets to prevent altitude sickness from the beginning of the trek. In case of severe altitude sickness, we will shift to a lower altitude immediately.
Walking on the lap of Everest You can see Everest from Everest Base Camp but the summit cannot be seen from the Base Camp.
Ama Dablam is 15.4 Km far from Mount Everest.
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