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Everest Region
15 Days
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Kathmandu Nepal
Kathmandu Nepal
5,545 m/ 18,192 ft
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Everest Base Camp Trek

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Explore the wonders of the Himalayas on our Everest Base Camp Trek, an exhilarating journey that promises extraordinary experiences and stunning vistas. Starting in lively Lukla (altitude: 2,860 meters), our route leads you through the scenic trails of the Khumbu region, offering glimpses of majestic peaks like Thamserku (altitude: 6,623 meters) and Kangtega (altitude: 6,782 meters).

As your journey continues, you’ll gradually ascend higher into the Himalayas, taking in breathtaking sights such as the Tengboche Monastery (3,867 meters), nestled amidst towering peaks like Ama Dablam (6,812 meters) and Nuptse (7,861 meters). Along the way, you’ll trek through alpine forests and cross suspension bridges over roaring rivers, experiencing the excitement of adventure with every step. As Gorak Shep (5,164 meters), the last stop before Everest Base Camp, comes into view, the landscape becomes even more rugged and surreal.

At last, the pinnacle of the trek awaits upon arriving at Everest Base Camp (elevation: 5,364 meters), a surreal landscape surrounded by towering peaks including the renowned Mount Everest (elevation: 8,848 meters). Standing in front of the world’s highest mountain, you’ll feel a profound sense of awe and achievement, having reached one of Earth’s most iconic destinations. With breathtaking views of the Himalayan giants and the bond shared with fellow trekkers, the Everest Base Camp Trek is an unforgettable experience that will forever leave its mark on your soul, engraving the splendor and magnificence of the Himalayas into your memory.


  1. 1. Breathtaking Mountain Views: The trek offers unparalleled views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and more. The sight of these majestic giants against the backdrop of the Himalayan sky is truly unforgettable.
  2. 2. Namche Bazaar: The bustling Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar is a cultural and trading hub along the trekking route. It’s an ideal place to acclimatize, explore local markets, and immerse yourself in the Sherpa way of life.
  3. 3. Tengboche Monastery: Visit the ancient Tengboche Monastery, one of the most significant monasteries in the Khumbu region. Its stunning location amidst the mountains and the sound of monks chanting create a spiritual ambiance.
  4. 4. Kala Patthar Sunrise: Witness a mesmerizing sunrise from Kala Patthar, a vantage point renowned for its panoramic view of Mount Everest. The rising sun casts a golden hue on the peaks, providing a photographic spectacle.
  5. 5. Everest Base Camp: Achieve the thrilling milestone of reaching Everest Base Camp itself. Standing at the base of the world’s highest mountain is a surreal experience and a testament to your trekking prowess.
  6. 6. Sherpa Culture: Immerse yourself in the rich Sherpa culture as you pass through charming villages, interact with locals, and gain insights into their traditions and lifestyle.
  7. 7. Sagarmatha National Park: Trekking through Sagarmatha National Park offers encounters with unique flora and fauna, including rhododendron forests, Himalayan tahr, and elusive snow leopards if you’re lucky.
  8. 8. Scenic Flight to Lukla: The adventure begins with a thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, where the tiny, cliffside runway will get your heart racing. The views from the aircraft are incredible.
  9. 9. High-Altitude Challenge: The sense of achievement and self-discovery that comes with trekking at high altitudes is unparalleled. Pushing your physical and mental limits adds to the overall experience.
  10. 10. Friendships and Camaraderie: The shared challenges and triumphs of the trek often lead to lasting friendships with fellow trekkers from around the world. The camaraderie formed on the trail is a unique and enriching aspect of the journey.
  11. 11. Local Cuisine: Savor delicious Sherpa and Nepali cuisine along the way, including momos (dumplings), dal bhat (lentil and rice), and traditional Sherpa dishes. The warmth of a hot meal at high altitudes is a welcome treat.
  12. 12. Starry Nights: The clear, high-altitude skies of the Himalayas offer some of the most awe-inspiring stargazing opportunities. Marvel at a sky full of stars and perhaps catch a glimpse of the Milky Way.

The Everest Base Camp trek is not just a physical journey but a spiritual and cultural one as well. It’s an experience that will challenge you, leave you humbled by nature’s grandeur, and fill your heart with memories that will last a lifetime.


Important Note for Everest Trekking:

Please be aware that during the peak trekking season, which typically spans from October to November and March to April, there may be changes in the regular flight routes for travelers heading to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region. Due to increased demand and limited slots at the Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, airlines may redirect flights from Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport to Manthali Airport in Ramechhap.

Reason for the Change:

The change in flight routes is primarily to manage the high volume of trekkers heading to the Everest region during peak season. The Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla has a limited capacity, and adverse weather conditions can often lead to flight delays or cancellations. By diverting some flights to Manthali Airport in Ramechhap, airlines aim to reduce congestion at Lukla Airport and provide a more reliable and efficient service to trekkers.

Travel Considerations:

  1. Travel Time: The drive from Kathmandu to Manthali Airport in Ramechhap takes approximately 4-5 hours, depending on road conditions. Travelers should plan for this additional road journey before their trek to Lukla begins.
  2. Flexibility: Due to weather-related uncertainties in the mountains, it’s crucial to maintain flexibility in your trekking itinerary. Be prepared for possible flight delays or changes, and consider building extra buffer days into your schedule.

It’s a panoramic thrill flying into Kathmandu on a clear day. The views of snow-capped mountain peaks sprawling down below you are almost ecstatic, beginning a whole chain of memorable experiences that stay with you for a long, long time. And as your plane hits the tarmac, our waiting support team will meet and greet you at the airport and escort you to your hotel. Welcome drinks will be served.

Overnight Stay in Kathmandu.

MAX ALTITUDE 1400 meters
MEALS Breakfast

A flight to Lukla and a landing on a steep mountain runway bring us to the start of our trek at the village of Lukla (2850m). After meeting the crew, we head up the Dudh Koshi Valley on a well-marked trail and then stay overnight in Phakding (2656m).

Overnight stay in Kathmandu.

MAX ALTITUDE 2850 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

From Phakding, we cross and re-cross the river on high-suspension bridges. Beyond Monjo(2845 m) is the entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park which was set up in order to protect and preserve the fragile mountain environment. We then take a steep hike to Namche(3340 m). If the weather is clear, we get the first glimpse of Mt Everest. Namche is the main trading village in the Khumbu and has a busy Saturday market – a meeting place for the Hindu traders from the lowlands and the Tibetan yak caravans that have crossed the glaciated Nangpa La.

Overnight Stay in Namche.

MAX ALTITUDE 3340 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

Today, to get used to the surroundings and to acclimatize, we’ll rest in Namche.

Namche is tucked away between two ridges amidst the giant peaks of the Khumbu and has an abundance of lodges, tea shops, and souvenir shops. It is an ideal place to spend a day, acclimatizing to the new altitude before heading off towards Tengboche. You’ll visit Khunde Hospital(3840 m) set up by Sir Edmund Hillary, or take a one-hour walk up to the Everest View Hotel above Namche for the sunset view of Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Everest. There are also good views from the National Park Centre and Museum above the town.

Overnight Stay in Namche.

MAX ALTITUDE 3840 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

From Namche, the trail contours onto the side of the valley, high above the Dudh Kosi.  We get our first really good views of the great peaks of the Khumbu including Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam. Passing by several villages and numerous tea shops, we descend steeply to a bridge over the river at Phunki Tenga(3250m). The village is an ideal stopover for lunch. Here we can rest before making the steep climb to Tengboche(3867 m). Although the hike up the zigzag path is tiring, it presents us with many beautiful sights of rhododendron bushes with beautiful birds and superb mountain scenery. Tengboche is famous for its legendary monastery, the largest in Khumbu. A spectacular panorama of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam rising on the horizon can be seen from the campsite.

Overnight Stay at Tengboche.

MAX ALTITUDE 3867 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

We descend downhill through a forest, cross the Imja Khola and climb steadily to the village of Pangboche(3,985 m). This village is directly opposite Ama Dablam, and has exceptional views of the mountain, with the gompa, Mani walls, and scattered pine trees in the foreground. A further two hours walk brings us to Dingboche(4,410 m).

Overnight Stay in Dingboche.

MAX ALTITUDE 4,410 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

This is a day for rest and acclimatization. We also get to wander up the valley to look at a lake, the Tshola Tsho(4510 m), and the perpendicular walls of Cholatse(6440 m) and Taboche(6,495 m). We can climb up 5100 m which is called Nagarjuna Hill onto the ridge overlooking, Great Views of Ama Dablam, Mt Makalu, Dingboche for the view of the Imja Valley and the incredible south face of Mt.Lhotse, Island Peak, etc….

Overnight Stay in Dingboche.

MAX ALTITUDE 5100 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

We continue up the wide valley beneath the impressive peaks of Cholatse and Tawache on the left. We then turn right and take a steep climb toward the foot of the Khumbu Glacier. The tea house at Duglha(4620 m) is a good spot to have lunch. The trail zigzags up through the boulders of the glacier’s terminal moraine. At the top of this climb, there are many stone cairns, built as memorials to the many Sherpas who have died while climbing Mt Everest. The path then climbs gently along the glacier, to eventually reach the cluster of houses at Lobuche(4930m).

Overnight Stay in Lobuche.

MAX ALTITUDE 4930 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

To reach our next stop, we follow the Khumbu Glacier. The trail offers superb views of the surrounding mountains, especially where the path is forced to rise to cross a tributary glacier. We stop for lunch at our Gorak Shep(5164m). Later in the afternoon, we go to Everest Base Camp(5364m). It takes 5 hours as the trail weaves its way through ice pinnacles and past the crevasses of the Khumbu Glacier. On the return leg, we can take a higher route to get a spectacular view of the Khumbu icefall and the route to the South Col.

Overnight Stay in Gorakshep.

MAX ALTITUDE 5364 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

Early Morning we hike to Kala Pathar(5565m) which is one of the finest viewpoints Of Mt. Everest, including Nuptse, Amadamlam, Pumari, Lola, Lhumbute, etc…Today’s trek is mostly downhill. As we retrace our steps to Duglha and descend to Pheriche(4252m), we arrive at The Himalayan Rescue Association, a trekker’s aid post and worth a visit…

Overnight Stay in Pheriche.

MAX ALTITUDE 5565 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

We continue to follow the river and, after crossing it, climb back up through the birch and rhododendron forest to Tengboche(3860 m). Kwangde, Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kantega, and Thamserku are just a few of the Himalayan giants to be seen. From Tengboche, we descend to the bridge over the Dudh Kosi. At Phunki Tenga(3250m), we get to see the water-driven prayer wheels, on our way to Kanjuma(3550m). We continue walking to beautiful mountain town Namche.

Overnight Stay in Namche 

MAX ALTITUDE 3460 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

Our final day’s trekking follows the Dudh Kosi down to Lukla(2800m). This last evening calls for a celebration because this is our last day on these fantastic mountains that were home to us all of these days. We have a party with our Sherpa guides and porters who’ve got close to us over the weeks & are now good friends. We sample some ‘chang’ (locally brewed mountain beer). Altogether, this is an end to a merry trip on a merry note. After supper, we relax under the starry skies on a moonlit night & reflect on the emotional experiences we had while hiking through these massive mountains that have probably helped us re-discover ourselves in ways least expected. We then slumber into blissful sleep.

Overnight Stay in Lukla.

MAX ALTITUDE 2835 meters
MEALS Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

We pack up early and head for the airstrip to hop on a flight back to Kathmandu. On touchdown, the rest of your day is free to do your own things. You could do some last-minute shopping and packing, send a few postcards home or even go down for a stroll to Thamel, an internationally known hub for tourists in Asia.

Overnight Stay in Kathmandu.


MAX ALTITUDE 1400 meters
MEALS Breakfast

Kathmandu is the historical and cultural heart of Nepal and has been a popular destination for tourists ever since Nepal opened its doors to visitors. The city presents a wonderful mix of Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, and Western influence in the Valley. Patan and Bhaktapur, their two major neighboring cities bear immense historical, cultural, and religious significance. There will be a half-day guided tour to the famous and biggest Hindu shrine of Pashupatinath, Boudhanath – the largest Buddhist stupa in NepalBhaktapur Durbar Square – the 15th-century palace of 55 windows, and Swoyambhunath. At the event, you will be briefed about your trip.

After we finish Sightseeing, You’ll be gifted with an evening farewell dinner in a traditional way and many other surprises, for they’ve had a quality time with you.

Overnight Stay in Kathmandu.

MAX ALTITUDE 1400 meters
MEALS Breakfast

Our Nepalese support team will take you to the airport for your flight home. (Or stay longer for short tours such as game drive at National parks, do some white-water rafting, a Tibet tour or even mountain biking, etc – please don’t hesitate to let us know). We would be glad to help you. Thank you for doing this venture with us & it’s been wonderful knowing you over the weeks. Please do stay in touch in the months ahead. Bon Voyage & take care!!!

– Ensure that you have all necessary travel documents and flight arrangements in order.

– Reflect on the wonderful memories and experiences you’ve had during your stay in Nepal.

– Consider making plans for future trips to explore more of Nepal or other destinations.


Extend Your Stay in NEPAL.

– You can explore more trekking routes in Nepal, such as the Annapurna Region , Everest Region , Langtang Region , Mustang Region and many more……

– Experience additional cultural and adventure activities in Nepal, like white-water rafting, paragliding, or jungle safaris in Chitwan National Park.

– Deepen your cultural immersion by volunteering or taking part in local community projects.

– Enjoy more time to savor Nepalese cuisine, interact with locals, and appreciate the country’s rich heritage.

MAX ALTITUDE 1400 meters
MEALS Breakfast

Not satisfied with this regular itinerary? Make your own.


Service Includes:

  • Our airport representative Pick up from T IA by private vehicle
  • Farewell dinner (Nepali Traditional meal) after trip
  • Twin-sharing 3 night comfortable accommodation in Kathmandu 3 star Hotel on B/B basis
  • 11 night Comfortable accommodation in lodge / Tea House during the trek in twin sharing basis
  • Organic,hygienic,3 meals a day (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) , seasonable fresh fruits & Safe drinking water after dinner during the trek
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu (Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath, Shwayambhu, and Kathmandu durbar square)
  • An experienced English-speaking ,Trained, educated ,professional and friendly Guide including to his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, flight ticket and airport tax
  • Essential porters their food, accommodation, salary, insurance and equipment
  • Hiking Himalayas Treks Duffel bag and trip completion certificate
  • All necessary paper work and permits (National park permit, Local Permit & TIMS )
  • A comprehensive medical kit(Presser/Sugar/Oxygen label, saturation etc measuring equipment)
  • Portable Altitudes Chamber (PAC) for safety measures
  • All government and local taxes
  • Airport departure
Service Excludes :
  • Nepal visa fee
  • International Airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Food (Lunch & Dinner) before and after the trek in Kathmandu
  • Personal Travel Insurance incase of Heli recue.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, Hot and cold drinks,WIFI, shower etc)
  • Additional costs- extra days stay, incase of flight cancellation due to the natural calamities, bad weather forecast and other unforeseen circumstances
  • Kathmandu to Manthali and Manthali to Kathmandu by car/van
  • Tips for guide and porters

Related Information

Trekking Overview and Trip Information

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a world-renowned adventure that takes you to the foothills of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest. Nestled in the heart of the Khumbu region of Nepal, this trek offers a breathtaking journey through the Himalayas, taking you to an altitude of 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) at the Everest Base Camp. This comprehensive guide is designed to provide essential information for foreign travelers embarking on this iconic journey.

Geographical knowledge of the land you will tread:

The Everest region is one of those unique and fabulous destinations in Nepal, trekkers and mountaineers delight in their travails to this region. It offers a fascinating and enjoyable environment. This trek begins with a scenic flight to Hillary’s Lukla. It passes through many traditional farming villages, with beautiful views of the highest snow-capped peaks in the world, and continues on to Kalapathar, the highest point of the trek, for a breathtaking panorama of peaks and glaciers, including Mt. Everest, which seems only a stone’s throw from where Kalapathar is. Everest Base Camp has been designed to be supple, enabling you to enjoy and immerse yourself in the magnificent natural surroundings of this fantastic area, at your pace. The trip includes all the highlights of Sagarmatha National Park, including Namche Bazaar, Khumbu, which is the Sherpa capital, an unmatched view from Kalapathar (5,545 m.), and the ever-exciting Everest Base Camp, which is an extraordinary viewpoint for Nuptse, Everest, and Lhotse. This trek gives sufficient time and opportunity to visit Buddhist monasteries, both at Khumjung, one of the oldest in the area, and at Thyangboche, one of the newest, as it was rebuilt after being burned to the ground. All along this part of the trail, villages are interspersed with wonderful forests of rhododendron, magnolia, and giant firs. In both the early autumn and late spring, the flowers on this portion of the trek make it the kind of walk you will remember for a long, long time.

Trekking in this area has grown to immense proportions; ever since the first expeditions to the Nepalese side of Everest occurred in the 1950s. The trek follows the Dudh Kosi valley route with an ascent up to the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar. From Namche, you traverse along a high path from where you have the first good view of Everest. You head towards Tengboche Monastery located on top of a mountain ridge and then descend the Imja Khola and continue to the villages of Pangboche and Pheriche. After that, you arrive at the Khumbu Glacier. The trek through the glacier takes you first to Lobuche and then to Gorak Shep, where you finally reach your destination, Everest Base Camp at the foot of the Khumbu ice falls. The EBC trip is the kind that warms your heart to nature & brings you closer to God for all the good reasons…for many, this is an avoidable adventure…

Trail Overview and Cultural Experience Along the Everest Base Camp Trek:

The Everest Base Camp trek not only promises stunning natural beauty but also offers a rich cultural experience as you traverse the Khumbu region of Nepal. Here’s an overview of the trail and the cultural highlights you can expect:

  • 1. Kathmandu to Lukla:Your journey begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a tiny mountain airstrip. The 30-minute flight provides a breathtaking introduction to the Himalayas. Lukla is the gateway to the Everest Base Camp trek, and here you’ll meet your guide and start your trek.

  • 2. Sherpa Villages:As you trek through the lower valleys, you’ll encounter several picturesque Sherpa villages, such as Phakding, Monjo, and Namche Bazaar. The Sherpas are renowned for their mountain-climbing prowess and unique culture. You can visit monasteries, interact with the locals, and learn about their customs and traditions.

  • 3. Tengboche Monastery:One of the cultural highlights of the trek is Tengboche Monastery. It’s the largest and most famous monastery in the Khumbu region. You can attend the morning prayers and witness the intricate rituals performed by the resident monks. The backdrop of Ama Dablam and other peaks adds to the spiritual ambiance.

  • 4. Mani Walls and Prayer Flags:

    Throughout the trek, you’ll come across Mani walls (stone walls with inscribed prayers) and colorful prayer flags fluttering in the mountain breeze. These are integral aspects of Tibetan Buddhism and represent blessings and protection. Take a moment to spin the prayer wheels and offer your own prayers for a safe journey.

  • 5. Sagarmatha National Park:The entire Everest Base Camp trail lies within the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park’s visitor centers provide valuable insights into the region’s flora, fauna, and conservation efforts.

  • 6. Khumjung and Khunde:

    As you ascend further, you’ll reach Khumjung and Khunde, where you can visit the Hillary School and the Khunde Hospital. These institutions were established by Sir Edmund Hillary and are a testament to the positive impact of mountaineering in the region.

  • 7. Acclimatization Days:

    During your acclimatization days in places like Namche Bazaar and Dingboche, you can explore the local markets, interact with fellow trekkers, and engage in cultural exchanges with the Sherpa community.

  • 8. Everest Base Camp and Gorak Shep:

    Reaching Everest Base Camp itself is a cultural experience as you witness climbers from all over the world preparing for their ascent. The sense of camaraderie among climbers and trekkers is palpable. Nearby, Gorak Shep offers rustic teahouses and stunning vistas.

  • 9. Return Journey:

    On your return journey, you can revisit some of the villages and monasteries, deepening your cultural understanding and perhaps participating in local festivities if your timing aligns with any festivals.

Trip Duration:

The duration of a trek to Everest Base Camp can vary depending on several factors including the starting point, the chosen route, weather conditions, and the physical fitness of the trekkers. However, a typical itinerary for the Everest Base Camp trek spans around 12 to 16 days, allowing ample time for acclimatization and enjoyment of the stunning Himalayan scenery.

Here’s a breakdown of the trip duration for the Everest Base Camp trek:

  • 1. Kathmandu to Lukla (Day 1): Most trekkers fly from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small town in the Khumbu region, which serves as the gateway to the Everest region. This flight usually takes around 30 to 40 minutes.

  • 2. Lukla to Phakding (Day 1-2): After landing in Lukla, trekkers typically start their journey by hiking to Phakding on the first day. This is a relatively easy walk and takes around 3 to 4 hours.

  • 3. Phakding to Namche Bazaar (Day 2-4): The trek continues to Namche Bazaar, the bustling market town and unofficial capital of the Khumbu region. This part of the trek involves some uphill climbing and takes around 6 to 8 hours, spread over two days to allow for acclimatization.

  • 4. Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar (Day 4): It’s essential to spend a day in Namche Bazaar for acclimatization to the altitude. Trekkers usually take short hikes around the area to higher elevations and visit the Everest View Hotel for panoramic views of Everest and other peaks.

  • 5. Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (Day 5-6): The trek continues towards Tengboche, home to one of the most famous monasteries in the Everest region. This part of the trek offers stunning views of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. It takes around 5 to 7 hours of trekking.

  • 6. Tengboche to Dingboche (Day 6-8): From Tengboche, the trail descends to the Imja Khola river before ascending again to Dingboche. This stretch typically takes around 5 to 6 hours. Dingboche is another acclimatization stop before heading higher.

  • 7. Acclimatization Day in Dingboche (Day 8): Another rest day is spent in Dingboche for acclimatization. Trekkers may opt for short hikes in the area to further acclimatize and enjoy the surrounding scenery.

  • 8. Dingboche to Lobuche (Day 9-10): The trail gradually ascends towards Lobuche, offering stunning views of peaks like Nuptse and Cholatse. This part of the trek takes around 5 to 6 hours.

  • 9. Lobuche to Gorak Shep to Everest Base Camp (Day 10-11): Trekkers continue their journey to Gorak Shep, the last settlement before Everest Base Camp. From Gorak Shep, it’s about a 2 to 3-hour hike to reach Everest Base Camp. Trekkers usually spend some time at Base Camp, soaking in the atmosphere and taking photos, before returning to Gorak Shep for the night.

  • 10. Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar and back to Lukla (Day 12-14): Many trekkers wake up early to hike to Kala Patthar for sunrise views over Everest before descending back to Lukla over the next couple of days. The return journey follows a similar route, but it may be completed faster as trekkers are descending.

  • 11. Lukla to Kathmandu (Day 15-16): The trek concludes with a flight back from Lukla to Kathmandu, marking the end of an unforgettable journey to Everest Base Camp.

Overall, the duration of the Everest Base Camp trek typically ranges from 12 to 16 days, providing trekkers with a challenging yet rewarding adventure amidst some of the world’s most spectacular mountain scenery.

Best Time to Trek:

The Everest Base Camp trek is an adventure of a lifetime, but choosing the right time to embark on this journey is crucial for a safe and enjoyable experience. The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp largely depends on weather conditions, visibility, trail accessibility, and personal preferences. The two primary trekking seasons for Everest Base Camp are the pre-monsoon (spring) season and the post-monsoon (autumn/fall) season. Here’s a breakdown of each:

1. Spring Season (March to May):

  • Spring is widely considered the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp. The weather is generally stable, with clear skies and mild temperatures, making for excellent visibility and stunning views of the Himalayan peaks.
  • The trails are adorned with blooming rhododendrons, magnolias, and other wildflowers, adding vibrant colors to the landscape.
  • Daytime temperatures at lower elevations range from 15°C to 20°C (59°F to 68°F), while temperatures at higher altitudes can drop below freezing, especially at night.
  • The spring season sees a high number of trekkers on the trail, especially during peak months like April and May. Advance booking for accommodations and flights to Lukla is recommended.

2. Autumn/Fall Season (September to November):

  • Autumn is another popular time for the Everest Base Camp trek. The weather is stable, with clear skies, minimal precipitation, and mild temperatures, making it ideal for trekking.
  • The post-monsoon period offers excellent visibility, allowing trekkers to enjoy panoramic views of the Everest region without obstruction from clouds.
  • Daytime temperatures at lower elevations range from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F), while temperatures at higher altitudes can be colder, especially in the mornings and evenings.
  • The autumn season also experiences a high number of trekkers, particularly in October, considered the peak month for trekking. It’s advisable to book accommodations and flights in advance.

Other Considerations:

  • Monsoon Season (June to August): Trekking to Everest Base Camp during the monsoon season is not recommended due to heavy rainfall, poor visibility, and increased risk of landslides and avalanches. Trails can become muddy and slippery, making trekking hazardous.
  • Winter Season (December to February): While technically possible to trek during winter, it’s not as popular due to harsh weather conditions, including extreme cold, heavy snowfall, and limited visibility. Many teahouses along the trail may be closed, and certain sections of the trail may be impassable due to snow accumulation.

Ultimately, the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp is during the spring or autumn seasons when the weather is most favorable, offering clear skies, comfortable temperatures, and breathtaking views of the Himalayas. Trekkers should consider their preferences, fitness level, and travel constraints when planning their trekking adventure.

The optimal seasons for the Everest Base Camp trek are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These months offer stable weather conditions, clear skies, and moderate temperatures.


Permits are an essential aspect of trekking to Everest Base Camp, as they ensure that trekkers adhere to regulations set by the Nepalese government and help preserve the fragile ecosystem of the Everest region. Here’s what you need to know about permits for the Everest Base Camp trek:

1. TIMS Card (Trekkers’ Information Management System):

  • The TIMS card is required for all trekkers heading to Everest Base Camp. It serves as a tracking system to ensure the safety and security of trekkers in the Himalayan region.
  • There are two types of TIMS cards: Independent Trekker (Green TIMS) for individual trekkers and Organized Trekker (Blue TIMS) for those trekking with a registered trekking agency.
  • As of the latest information, the cost for a TIMS card varies depending on the trekking season and whether you’re trekking independently or with a trekking agency.

2. Sagarmatha National Park Permit:

  •  The Sagarmatha National Park, where Everest Base Camp is located, is a protected area and requires a permit for entry.
  • This permit is obtained at the entrance gate of the Sagarmatha National Park in Monjo, along the trekking route.
  • The permit fee varies for foreign nationals and Nepali citizens, with foreign trekkers typically paying a higher fee.

3. Local Area Permit (Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry Permit):

  • In addition to the Sagarmatha National Park Permit, trekkers may also need a Local Area Permit, also known as the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry Permit.
  • This permit is required for trekking through certain areas within the Khumbu region, including Namche Bazaar, Thame, and Khumjung.
  • The permit can be obtained at the Sagarmatha National Park entrance gate or in Namche Bazaar.

4. Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit (Optional):

  •  Some treks to Everest Base Camp may pass through parts of the Gaurishankar Conservation Area, particularly if taking alternative routes.
  • If your trek itinerary includes areas within the Gaurishankar Conservation Area, you’ll need to obtain the appropriate permit. However, this is not necessary for the standard Everest Base Camp trek route.

5. Permit Regulations:

  • Trekkers are required to carry their permits at all times during the trek and present them when requested by park officials or checkpoints along the trail.
  • It’s essential to obtain permits through authorized agencies or directly from the relevant authorities to ensure validity and compliance with regulations.
  • Permits are non-transferable and cannot be exchanged or refunded once issued.

6. Validity and Duration:

  • Permits are typically valid for the duration of the trek as specified in the itinerary.
  • Trekkers should plan their trekking dates accordingly to ensure that their permits cover the entire duration of their trek.

Ensuring that you have the necessary permits before embarking on the Everest Base Camp trek is essential for a smooth and hassle-free journey. Compliance with permit regulations not only helps support conservation efforts but also contributes to the safety and sustainability of trekking in the Everest region.

You will need several permits to trek to Everest Base Camp, including the Sagarmatha National Park Permit, Local Permit and the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card. Your trekking agency will typically assist in obtaining these permits.

Guided vs. Independent Trek:

Choosing between a guided and independent trek to Everest Base Camp is a significant decision that depends on several factors, including your experience, preferences, budget, and comfort level with the logistics of trekking in a remote mountainous region. Here’s a comparison of guided vs. independent trekking options for the Everest Base Camp trek:

Guided Trek:

1. Professional Support:

  • Opting for a guided trek means you’ll have the support and guidance of experienced trekking guides and porters who are familiar with the trails, local customs, and emergency procedures.
  • Trekking agencies typically provide knowledgeable guides who can offer insights into the region’s culture, history, and environment, enhancing your overall trekking experience.

2. Logistical Convenience:

  • Guided treks usually include pre-arranged accommodations, meals, permits, transportation, and equipment rental, relieving you of the burden of planning and organizing logistics.
  • Trekking agencies handle the necessary paperwork, including permits, TIMS cards, and park fees, ensuring a hassle-free experience for trekkers.

3. Safety and Support:

  • Trekking with a guide provides an added layer of safety and security, especially in remote and challenging terrain.
    – Guides are trained in first aid and altitude sickness management, and they can monitor your health and well-being throughout the trek.
  • In case of emergencies, guides can coordinate evacuation procedures and communicate with local authorities and rescue teams.

4. Group Dynamics:

  • Guided treks often involve trekking in a group with other travelers, providing opportunities to meet like-minded individuals and share the experience with fellow adventurers.
  • Group dynamics can enhance the social aspect of the trek, fostering camaraderie and support among trekkers.

Independent Trek:

1. Flexibility and Freedom:

  • Independent trekkers have the flexibility to customize their itinerary, pace, and route according to their preferences and interests.
  • You can choose your own accommodations, meals, and rest stops along the trail, allowing for a more personalized trekking experience.

2. Cost Savings:

  • Trekking independently can be more budget-friendly compared to joining a guided trek, as you have greater control over expenses such as accommodations, meals, and permits.
  • You can opt for basic teahouse accommodations and self-catering meals to reduce costs, especially if you’re traveling on a tight budget.

3. Self-Reliance and Adventure:

  • Independent treks offer a sense of adventure and self-reliance, allowing you to navigate the trails, interact with locals, and immerse yourself in the trekking experience at your own pace.
  • Trekking independently requires a certain level of preparation, self-sufficiency, and confidence in outdoor navigation and wilderness survival skills.

4. Solo Trekking:

  • Independent trekkers have the option to trek solo, which can be a rewarding and introspective journey for those seeking solitude and self-discovery.
  • Solo trekking allows for greater autonomy and solitude, providing opportunities for personal reflection and connection with nature.

Ultimately, whether you choose a guided or independent trek to Everest Base Camp depends on your preferences, level of experience, budget, and comfort level with the logistical and physical challenges of trekking in a remote mountain environment. Both options offer unique advantages and experiences, and the decision should be based on what aligns best with your individual preferences and goals for the trek.

While it’s possible to trek independently, many travelers opt for guided tours. Guides are familiar with the terrain, can help with logistics, and provide cultural insights. They also ensure safety and proper acclimatization.

Physical Fitness:

The EBC trek is moderately challenging, but a good level of fitness is essential. Regular cardiovascular exercise and strength training before the trek will enhance your experience.

Packing List:

Pack essentials like warm clothing, a good-quality sleeping bag, sturdy hiking boots, and a backpack. Be sure to bring altitude sickness medication, a first aid kit, and water purification tablets. It’s advisable to consult your trekking agency for a detailed packing list.


Tea houses and lodges along the trail provide basic accommodation and meals. Rooms can be simple, with shared bathrooms. Advance booking during peak seasons is recommended.

Altitude Sickness:

Altitude sickness is a potential risk. Acclimatization days are included in most itineraries to help your body adjust to higher altitudes gradually. It’s essential to listen to your guide and monitor your health closely.


Travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking is crucial. Follow your guide’s advice and pay attention to weather updates. Emergency evacuation services are available if needed.

Facilities & Accommodation on Everest Base Camp Trek

Facilities and accommodation along the Everest Base Camp Everest Base Camp trek can vary significantly based on the location and altitude of the trekking route. Here’s an overview of what you can expect in terms of facilities and lodging options:

1. Tea Houses and Lodges:

  • Along the EBC trek, you’ll find a network of tea houses and lodges in most villages and settlements. These are basic, family-run accommodations that offer rooms and meals to trekkers.
  • Tea houses provide a rustic and cozy atmosphere. Rooms typically have twin beds with basic bedding, and shared bathrooms are common.
  • The quality of accommodation may vary from place to place, with some tea houses offering more comfortable rooms and services than others.

2. Dining:

  • Tea houses and lodges serve a variety of meals, including Nepali, Tibetan, and international dishes like pasta, pizza, and rice and curry.
  • Food options can be limited at higher altitudes, and the menu may become more basic as you ascend.
  • It’s recommended to try local foods like dal bhat (rice and lentils), momos (dumplings), and Sherpa stew for a cultural experience.

3. Electricity and Charging:

  • In many tea houses, you can charge your electronic devices (e.g., smartphones, cameras) for a fee. However, power supply can be unreliable, especially at higher altitudes.
  • Some lodges may have solar or hydroelectric power, and you may need to charge your devices during specific hours.

4. Hot Showers:

  • Hot showers are available in some tea houses, but they usually come with an extra cost. As you ascend higher, the availability of hot water may decrease.

5. Wi-Fi and Internet:

  • Wi-Fi is available in some tea houses, mainly in lower-altitude villages like Namche Bazaar and Lukla.
  • Be prepared for slow and intermittent internet connections, and expect to pay for access.

6. Toilets:

  • Toilets in tea houses and lodges can range from basic squat toilets to more modern sit-down toilets with flushes.
  • As you trek higher, expect more basic facilities, including outdoor toilets.

7. Clean Drinking Water:

  • Safe drinking water is essential during the trek. You can buy bottled water, but it’s more sustainable and cost-effective to use water purification tablets or a water filter to treat tap water or spring water.

8. Supplies and Gear:

  • You can purchase trekking gear, snacks, and other supplies in Namche Bazaar and other larger villages along the way.
  • Prices may be higher at higher altitudes, so it’s a good idea to stock up on essentials in lower-altitude towns like Lukla or Phakding.

9. Medical Facilities:

  • Basic medical facilities and pharmacies are available in some villages, but they may have limited supplies.
  • It’s advisable to carry a basic first-aid kit and any necessary medications with you.

While the facilities and accommodations on the Everest Base Camp trek are basic and may not offer the comforts of city life, they provide the essentials needed for trekkers to enjoy the journey and experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Everest region.

Can Beginners Trek to Everest Base Camp? 

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is a challenging adventure that is feasible for beginners, but careful preparation and awareness of certain factors are crucial. Beginners should focus on building physical fitness, particularly endurance and strength, in the months leading up to the trek. Altitude acclimatization is vital to avoid altitude sickness, so selecting an itinerary that includes gradual ascent and rest days is essential. Joining a guided trek with experienced guides can provide valuable support and enhance the overall safety and enjoyment of the journey. While it’s an ambitious undertaking, with the right mindset, preparation, and guidance, beginners can successfully trek to the iconic Everest Base Camp and savor the breathtaking Himalayan landscapes and cultural experiences along the way.

Alternative Treks You Can Consider in Everest Base Camp

While the Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most popular and iconic treks in the Everest region of Nepal, there are several alternative treks you can consider if you’re looking for a different experience or want to avoid the crowds. Here are some noteworthy options:

1. Gokyo Lakes Trek:

  • This trek takes you to the stunning Gokyo Lakes, a series of turquoise glacial lakes situated at a higher altitude than Everest Base Camp.
  • Highlights include panoramic views of Cho Oyu, Everest, and other peaks, as well as crossing the challenging Cho La Pass.
  • The trek also offers cultural experiences in Sherpa villages like Namche Bazaar and Gokyo.

2. Three Passes Trek:

  • The Three Passes Trek is a challenging and adventurous trek that crosses three high passes: Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La.
  • It offers incredible vistas of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and numerous other peaks.
  • This trek is less crowded compared to the standard EBC route and is suitable for experienced trekkers looking for a more strenuous adventure.

3. Everest Base Camp via Jiri:

  • If you prefer a longer and more traditional approach, you can start the trek from Jiri, which adds approximately a week to your journey.
  • This route allows you to gradually acclimatize and enjoy a quieter, less touristy trail while passing through charming villages.

4. Pikey Peak Trek:

  • The Pikey Peak trek offers fantastic views of Everest and other Himalayan giants from the summit of Pikey Peak.
  • It’s a less-visited area, providing a more remote and tranquil experience.
  • This trek also allows you to explore the culture and traditions of the local Sherpa and Rai communities.

5. Makalu Base Camp Trek:

  • For a truly off-the-beaten-path experience, consider the Makalu Base Camp trek, which takes you to the base of Mount Makalu, the fifth-highest peak in the world.
  • The trek offers pristine wilderness, lush forests, and a chance to explore the cultures of the Limbu and Sherpa people.

6. Arun Valley Trek:

  • The Arun Valley trek is another less-visited option, taking you through the beautiful Arun Valley, known for its rich biodiversity.
  •  You’ll experience a mix of landscapes, including terraced fields, dense forests, and high alpine meadows.
  • This trek is an excellent choice for nature enthusiasts.

7. Rolwaling Valley Trek:

  • The Rolwaling Valley trek explores the remote Rolwaling region, known for its rugged terrain and pristine wilderness.
  • Highlights include Tsho Rolpa Lake, the serene Na Gaun village, and the challenging Tashi Lapcha Pass.
  • This trek is ideal for those seeking solitude and a sense of true wilderness.

Before embarking on any of these alternative treks, it’s essential to plan thoroughly, be adequately prepared, and, if possible, hire a local guide or join a trekking group to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Each trek offers its own unique charm and adventure, allowing you to explore different facets of the stunning Everest region.


Trekking to Everest Base Camp is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, offering an opportunity to explore the Himalayas and experience Sherpa culture. Proper planning, physical preparation, and the guidance of experienced professionals will ensure a safe and memorable journey. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and cultural richness of Nepal on this extraordinary trekking expedition.

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Trekking Equipment

Preparing for the Everest Base Camp trek requires careful planning and packing to ensure your safety and comfort during the journey. Here’s an equipment checklist for your Everest Base Camp trek:


  1. 1. Base Layers:
    – Moisture-wicking thermal tops and bottoms
  2. 2. Insulating Layers:
    – Fleece or down jacket
    – Insulated pants or trekking pants
  3. 3. Outer Layers:
    – Waterproof and windproof jacket with a hood
    – Waterproof and windproof pants
    – Gaiters (to keep snow out of your boots)
  4. 4. Headwear:
    – Warm beanie or hat
    – Sun hat with a wide brim
    – Neck gaiter or scarf
    – Sunglasses with UV protection
  5. 5. Handwear:
    – Lightweight gloves for trekking
    – Warm, insulated gloves or mittens for cold weather
  6. 6. Footwear:
    – Sturdy, waterproof trekking boots with good ankle support
    – Gaiters to keep snow and debris out of your boots
    – Moisture-wicking socks (bring several pairs)
    – Insulated socks for colder days
    – Camp shoes or sandals for relaxation at tea houses

Trekking Gear:

  1. 7. Backpack:
    – A comfortable, durable backpack with a rain cover (around 40-50 liters)
  2. 8. Sleeping Bag:
    – A warm sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures (down or synthetic)
  3. 9. Trekking Poles:
    – Adjustable trekking poles for stability on steep and uneven terrain


  1. 10. Headlamp:
    – With extra batteries and spare bulbs
  2. 11. Water Purification:
    – Water purification tablets or a portable water filter
  3. 12. Duffel Bag:
    – A sturdy duffel bag for carrying your gear, to be carried by porters
  4. 13. Toiletries:
    – Toilet paper, biodegradable soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, and other personal hygiene items
    – Hand sanitizer
  5. 14. First Aid Kit:
    – Including bandages, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, blister treatment, and any personal medications
  6. 15. Trekking Map and Guidebook:
    – Useful for navigation and information about the trail
  7. 16. Travel Insurance:
    – Ensure it covers trekking at high altitudes and emergency evacuation
  8. 17. Trekking Permits and Documentation:
    – Necessary permits and identification documents
  9. 18. Cash:
    – Local currency (Nepalese Rupees) for expenses along the way
  10. 19. Camera and Binoculars:
    – Optional, but the scenery is breathtaking
  11. 20. Snacks:
    – Energy bars, trail mix, and other snacks for the trek

Remember that you can rent or purchase some equipment in Kathmandu or Lukla if you don’t want to bring everything from home, but it’s essential to ensure that rented gear is of good quality and in proper condition.

Additionally, your choice of clothing and gear may vary depending on the time of year you plan to trek and your personal preferences. Be sure to check the weather forecast for the time of your trek and consult with experienced trekkers or a local guide for additional advice on what to bring.


How long does it take to complete the Everest Base Camp trek?

The duration of the Everest Base Camp trek typically ranges from 12 to 14 days, allowing for proper acclimatization and enjoyment of the journey.

What is the best time of year to trek to Everest Base Camp?

The optimal trekking seasons are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is most favorable, offering clear skies, moderate temperatures, and stunning views.

Is the Everest Base Camp trek difficult?

While the trek is challenging, it is suitable for trekkers of all levels of experience. However, proper physical conditioning and acclimatization are essential for a safe and enjoyable journey.

Do I need prior trekking experience to do the Everest Base Camp trek?

No prior trekking experience is required, but it is recommended to have a reasonable level of fitness and stamina. Our experienced guides will provide support and assistance throughout the trek.

What is the altitude of Everest Base Camp?

Everest Base Camp is located at an altitude of 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) above sea level.

Do I need to hire a guide for the Everest Base Camp trek?

While it is possible to trek independently, many trekkers choose to hire experienced guides for safety, navigation, and cultural insights. Guided tours also provide logistical support and enhance the overall experience.

What permits do I need for the Everest Base Camp trek?

Trekkers require a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit, local permit and a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card, which can be obtained through registered trekking agencies or the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu.

What should I pack for the Everest Base Camp trek?

Essential items include sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing layers, a sleeping bag, trekking poles, sunscreen, a first aid kit, and water purification tablets. It's important to pack light but adequately for changing weather conditions.

Are there any health risks associated with trekking to Everest Base Camp?

Altitude sickness is a potential risk due to the high elevation. It's crucial to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and listen to your body's signals. Our guides are trained to recognize symptoms and provide assistance if needed.

What type of accommodation can I expect during the Everest Base Camp trek?

Accommodation along the trekking route typically consists of tea houses or lodges, offering basic but comfortable amenities such as shared rooms, hot showers (for a fee), and meals.

Is altitude sickness a concern during the Everest Base Camp trek?

Altitude sickness can be a concern due to the high elevations reached during the trek. It is essential to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and ascend gradually to minimize the risk of altitude-related illnesses.

Is bottled water available during the Everest Base Camp trek?

Bottled water is available for purchase at teahouses along the trekking route, but it is advisable to use water purification tablets or a filtering system to minimize plastic waste.

Are there ATM facilities along the Everest Base Camp trek route?

ATM facilities are not available along the trekking route, so it is advisable to carry enough Nepalese currency (in cash) for expenses during the trek. Some teahouses may accept card payments, but this cannot be relied upon.

Can I charge electronic devices during the Everest Base Camp trek?

Some teahouses along the trekking route offer charging facilities for electronic devices such as phones and cameras, usually for 1-5 $. However, power availability can be limited, so it's advisable to bring a power bank or spare batteries as a backup.

Are toilet facilities available along the Everest Base Camp trek route?

Most teahouses along the trekking route have basic toilet facilities, which are typically squat toilets. Some teahouses may also have Western-style toilets, but these are less common.

Is travel insurance necessary for the Everest Base Camp trek?

Travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, evacuation, and trip cancellation is highly recommended for the Everest Base Camp trek. It provides peace of mind and financial protection in case of unforeseen circumstances or emergencies during the journey.

Can I trek to Everest Base Camp solo?

While it is possible to trek to Everest Base Camp solo, it is recommended to go with a guide or as part of a group for safety reasons. Solo trekkers should have prior trekking experience, be well-prepared, and have a good understanding of the trekking route.

What kind of food is available during the Everest Base Camp trek?

Teahouses along the Everest Base Camp trek route offer a variety of meals, including Nepali, Tibetan, and Western dishes. Common food items include dal bhat (rice and lentils), noodles, soups, momos (dumplings), and tea or coffee.

Are there laundry facilities available during the Everest Base Camp trek?

Laundry facilities are limited along the trekking route, but some teahouses may offer hand-washing services for a fee. It's advisable to pack enough clean clothing for the duration of the trek or hand-wash items as needed.

How much does the Everest Base Camp trek cost?

The cost of the Everest Base Camp trek varies depending on factors such as the duration of the trek, choice of trekking agency, accommodation preferences, and additional services. On average, the cost of a guided trek with basic amenities ranges from USD 1,000 to USD 2,000 per person.

Are there age restrictions for the Everest Base Camp trek?

While there are no specific age restrictions for the Everest Base Camp trek, trekkers should be in good health and have a reasonable level of fitness to undertake the journey. It is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before embarking on the trek, especially for older adults or individuals with pre-existing medical conditions.

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