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    Everest Base Camp Trek

    5.00/5 from 2 reviews

    Highlights

    • Visit Tengboche Monastery
    • Sherpa Culture along the way
    • Hike Kalapathar and visit Everest Base Camp
    • Stay at Namche Bazaar, the famous Sherpa town
    • Scenic Himalayan Mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla
    • Stunning views of high peaks like Mount Everest along with Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, and Ama Dablam in the region
    • Destination
      Nepal
    • Durations
      17 days
    • Trip Difficulty
      Moderate
    • Activities
      Trekking
    • Accommodation
      Hotels and Teahouses
    • Meals
      American plan (AP) and Continental plan (CP)
    • Mx.altitude
      4130m.
    • Vehicle
      Private Vehicle and Flight
    • Max. People
      20
    • Min. Group Size
      1

    Introduction - Everest Base Camp Trek

    Not many adventures around the world can stand up to the thrill of following the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa to the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest.

    "The journey of 1000 miles starts with a single step". So, let's start your first step with us "Himalayan Advisor" on this Mount Everest Base Camp Trek.

    Everest base camp trekking is an adventurous journey that will surpass all your expectations and create incredible memories for a lifetime. The trek takes place in the beautiful Khumbu region, home to four of the world's six tallest peaks Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Mount Everest.

    Trekking through the Everest region offers astounding mountain views with an opportunity to explore the unique lifestyle of the world-famous climbers, the Sherpas. The Everest Base Camp weather is cold with changing winds and changing topography. The expedition offers a fabulous time in Sagarmatha National Park- a world heritage site and home to an assortment of Himalayan floras and faunas, a stop at the highest Buddhist monastery: Tengboche monastery, the most appreciated Everest views from the Kalapathar, and a trip to Everest Base Camp.

    The journey to the Everest Base Camp begins with a scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. We then start our walk from Lukla via culturally rich villages like Phakding, Khumjung and Namche Bazaar, Sagarmatha National Park,  beautiful valleys, glacial rivers, Buddhist monasteries (Tengboche at the highest altitude), Rhododendron forest, glacier, and before reaching the most appreciated Everest viewpoint at Kalapathar (5545m) on the approach to Everest Base Camp. We stay in villages set against soaring, jagged pinnacles, explore the unique Sherpa culture, and walk trails lined with mani stones and colorful prayer flags. We will get stunning views of mountains such as Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, and Ama Dablam. But nothing beats the thrill and sense of triumph that grips travelers on seeing the mighty Mount Everest up close.

    Join our Trek to Everest Base Camp with high-quality trekking services provided by Himalaya Advisor. The trek is expedition-style appreciating the classic trekking experience with our experienced guides and porters. We have designed this itinerary to give our guests ample time to acclimatize and experience the beautiful sight of the Khumbu region.

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    Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary

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    Cost Details

    What's Included

    • Medical kit bag
    • All required local/Govt. taxes
    • Farewell dinner included in KTM city as per itinerary
    • Kathmandu to Lukla flight and return ticket included
    • 3 times meals from the teahouse Ala Carta menu during the trekking
    • One local tour guide, and sightseeing fee included during the city tour
    • All airport pick up drop & necessary transfers in the city by private transport
    • Kathmandu Valley city tour: 4 places as per mentioned destination in the itinerary
    • 12 nights of twin/triple sharing accommodation in a lodge during the Everest trek
    • Everest trekking permit, and TIMS permit for Everest base camp included in the cost
    • 4 nights of twin/triple sharing accommodation in Hotel Fairfield or similar in the city on a BB basis
    • 1 professional Everest base camp trekking guide (English speaking, First Aid and eco trained), 1 porter based on 2 trekkers

    What's Excluded

    • Any extending trips
    • International airfare, departure taxes
    • Lunch + dinner in the city besides farewell dinner
    • Tips for crew members, drivers, guides, and porters
    • Any services which do not mention in the service inclusive column
    • Bar and beverage, hot/cold water, battery recharge, hot shower, etc.
    • Travel insurance (Book that covers emergency rescue & flight cancellation)

    Dates & Availability

    The list of group joining dates is available below. Select the date that matches your holiday schedule and join new people with similar interests. If any of the group joining dates do not match your schedule, CONTACT US and we will make one for you.

    For private trip, go to the "Private Trip" tab and give us the details. We will get in touch with you ASAP.

    • Start DateOct 14th 2023
      End DateOct 30th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateOct 29th 2023
      End DateNov 14th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateNov 3rd 2023
      End DateNov 19th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
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    • Start DateNov 14th 2023
      End DateNov 30th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateNov 24th 2023
      End DateDec 10th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateNov 23rd 2023
      End DateDec 9th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateDec 2nd 2023
      End DateDec 18th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
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    • Start DateDec 10th 2023
      End DateDec 26th 2023
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateDec 19th 2023
      End DateJan 4th 2024
      USD 2210Per person
      available
    • Start DateDec 29th 2023
      End DateJan 14th 2024
      USD 2210Per person
      available

    Customer Reviews

    • Amazinag ! even a different high ridge trail

      I found Himalayan Advisor through a link in National Geographic's magazine The 100 greatest vacations. I received prompt communication about my interest, and it continued throughout the many questions I had until I booked. I was enthusiastically met at the airport and escorted to a very nice hotel. The tours and restaurants were well organized and the trek to Mount Everest Basecamp was amazing! even a different high ridge trail on the way back was a delight. The guide and porter were well informed and aware of my comforts and needs. They became endeared people in my heart. I plan on booking again in the future and will be advising my friends. I also found them to be socially active about their community and not all about pure profit; my guide also gave me tours of some schools and a local hospital in Lukla. I am so happy that I stumbled across their link. 

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      - Excellent
      Mr. Rick Wilson
      United States of America (the), California   |   14th Apr 2024
    • Himalayan Advisor again in the future

      I recently traveled to Nepal for the Everest Base Camp trek with a close friend. It was his bucket list trip so he did all the research and planning for the trip while I sat back and enjoyed the results of his labor. He found Himalayan Advisor through a link in National Geographic's magazine "The 100 greatest vacations". He always received prompt communication about the trip. This type of prompt service continued throughout the many questions we had leading up to our departure. I was surprised that we were met like old friends at the airport by our trip consultant Rishi, who recognized us immediately due to our communications through Facebook. We were escorted to a very nice hotel, The Shankar in Kathmandu. The tours and restaurants in Kathmandu were well organized and top of the line. The trek to Mount Everest Base camp was amazing and we had plenty of time to enjoy the incredible views. Our guide and porter were well informed and aware of our comforts and needs and always put our safety as their top priority. They became like family to us and we truly hope to meet again someday. I would plan on booking with Himalayan Advisor again in the future if my travels take me back to Nepal or Tibet.

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      - Excellent
      Ms. Barbara Reeser
      United States of America (the), Florida   |   14th Apr 2024

    Everest Base Camp Trek FAQS

    Essential Information

    • We will cater all meals on a full board basis during the trekking period. At the tea house, we will be catering meals thrice a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, including tea and coffee during the meal). The meals comprise a variety of American cuisine and numerous traditional Nepali and Chinese dishes. Throughout the stay in Kathmandu, meals are on a breakfast basis with welcome and farewell dinner. Snacks and bottled drinks (including mineral water and liquor) are excluded from the package. We provide 4 nights of twin sharing lodging in a deluxe hotel during the stay in Kathmandu and a 12-night twin sharing in a teahouse/lodge and tented to bivouac as per itinerary (single occupancy is available on request with a single supplement).

    • Most teahouses along the Everest Base Camp trail cook a delicious range of mostly vegetarian food. The menu in the teahouses is varied, ranging from traditional Dal Bhat, Momo, and noodles to Pasta and pizza. The town of Namche bazaar may offer you more variety with meat items and desserts like apple pies, pancakes, and delicious pastries. You will find dishes with garlic at a higher altitude as it is said to cure AMS.

    • The Everest Base camp trek is a tea house trekking and does not include camping. Except for one or two luxury hotels, most tea-house lodges are decent with basic facilities. You can expect a room with two beds, a thin mattress, a pillow, and a blanket for each bed. Bringing a sleeping bag is advisable as a blanket provided in the teahouse will not suffice. Most of the teahouse has a squat toilet. The accommodation in the cities is at decent 5-star hotels with standard facilities.

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