Everest Base Camp trekking is a lifetime dream for many travelers. To stand at the foot of the world’s tallest mountain, Mt. Everest, and seeing high up is many people’s dream. Trekking to Everest Base Camp is the perfect opportunity to explore the lifestyle of the Himalayan people, their religion, customs and traditional way of life. Comparatively, Everest Base Camp trekking is more challenging than the Annapurna Circuit due to difficulty with altitude. On day 2 of the Everest Base Camp trek, you reach at 3,420m in Namche Bazaar. On the Annapurna Circuit, you do not gain this much altitude until Day 6. Each day, the trail involves a substantial amount of scrambling up and down on Everest Base Camp trek, whereas, the Annapurna Circuit trekking has far more gentle, flat stretches that don’t leave you heaving for breath. On the Everest Base Camp trek, you have to come down following the exact route that you climbed up before. On the Annapurna Circuit, you never have to repeat any step that you have taken at the beginning. If you are really looking for challenging trek and close-up mountain views, then Everest Base Camp might be your choice.
The trek to Everest Base Camp begins after an exploration of the local temples, shrines, bazaars and restaurants in Kathmandu followed by a flight to Lukla within the mountains and continue to walk uphill through the Dudh Kosi Valley. While on the trek, you will enjoy the views of awe-inspiring peaks of Thamserku, Kusum Kanguru and Ama Dablam in the far distance. Along the trail, you will encounter unique flora and fauna, friendly Sherpa people, yaks, colorful festivals and Buddhist monasteries. Blooming of different flowers like rhododendron, magnolias, blue pine, Chir pine, juniper, and hemlock make the Everest Base Camp trek more delightful for nature lovers. At Namche Bazaar we take a rest to assist in better acclimatization and for further exploration of the surrounding and continue the trek further. The close-up view of Everest and other mountain peaks from Kala Patthar is the most exciting and memorable one. The dry seasons of autumn - October/November and spring – March/April are the best time to do Everest Base Camp trek as you get a glimpse of Everest distinctly from all directions.
Note: Trekkers who will join us for EBC trek in the month of April and May, can also have the opportunity to stay 1 or 2 nights at Everest Base Camp with our Expedition members and enjoy our hospitality.
- Airport pickup & drop off for both National and International
- 4 Nights hotel in Kathmandu on BB Plan on sharing basis
- Domestic Flights: Both way air ticket (KTM-LUKLA_KTM) with the airport tax
- Necessary transportation cost for our trekking crews
- Tea house accommodation during the trekking
- Meals: Full board (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) with Tea/ Coffee
- Permit: All the necessary permits required for trekking
- 1 Certified Trekking Guide
- Porters: Necessary porters (2 Members: 1 Porter)
- Insurance for all the involved Nepalese Staffs
- Our service charge and government taxes levied by Nepal Government
- Pioneer Adventure Duffel bag (If required)
- Trekking Route Map
- First Aid Medical Kit carried by Guide
- Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley with Tour Guide, necessary Entry Fees and Transportation
- Farewell dinner in a typical Nepalese restaurant in Kathmandu
- International Airfare
- Nepal Entry Visa Fee
- Travel and Emergency Medical Rescue Evacuation
- Lunch and dinner during your Hotel stay in Kathmandu
- Trekking Gears, Phone Calls, Water, Laundry, Bar Bills, Battery Recharge, Internet etc.
- Tips for Staffs
|Trip Dates||Space||Book Now|