US$1,653.00
Nepal

Trek to Everest Base Camp

Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Upon arrival in Kathmandu, meet, assist, and welcome by our representative and transfer to your hotel.

Upon arrival in Kathmandu, meet, assist, and welcome by our representative and transfer to your hotel. After a short refreshment at your hotel, we will provide a short briefing about your upcoming tour.
Late evening entertainment and stroll in Thamel, a general touristic place in Kathmandu. And a bustling bazaar which offers a glimpse of Nepal's vivid ethnic tradition after that overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Leisurely breakfast at your hotel and we will drive to Mulkot-near Ramechhap,

Leisurely breakfast at your hotel and we will drive to Mulkot-near Ramechhap, Manthali airport approximately 95 KM drive, which will take 3 to 3.5 hrs. Upon arrival, we will transfer to Hotel Taj Safari Resort, where you can refresh in the swimming pool as well. Rest day relax with overnight at resort.

Day 03: Lukla - Trek to Phakding which set off(2800M),

Lukla - Trek to Phakding which set off(2800M), breakfast on the lodge then transfer to Manthali airport for an early flight to Lukla. It is approximately 35 minutes' flight, and the airport is known as a cliff-hanging airport. We then start our trek heading towards North up the valley of Dudh Koshi. We will begin to descent after reaching the short pleated, which is downhill walking into the forested valley. The trail offers some tantalizing views earlier than attaining the small settlement of Phakding where we spend our first night time at teahouse.

Day 04: Namche Bazaar (3440M), with time to explore the Sherpa villages. Heading out of Phakding, we follow with the Dudh Kosi northwards.

Namche Bazaar (3440M), with time to explore the Sherpa villages. Heading out of Phakding, we follow with the Dudh Kosi northwards. This present day's stroll takes us through magnificent forests with glimpses of the mountains straight forward. We cross the river many instances by way of bridges as we pass through the villages of Monzo, Benkar, and Jorsale. After the steep climb, a final bridge brings us to the foot of the Namche.
Midway up this ascent, we may get our first glimpse, cloud-allowing, of the summit of Everest appearing majestically in the back of the first-class ridge of Nuptse-Lhotse. The final 300m of hiking brings us to Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital and the foremost village within the field. Namche is a prosperous Sherpa city and a principal trading center. It has a weekly market on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning; however the town bustle all day daily with trekkers, coffee stores, bakeries and retailers selling all kinds of trekking and climbing equipment as good as Tibetan souvenirs and in a single day at tea-house.

Day 05: Kyanjuma (3600M),

Kyanjuma (3600M), we climb steeply out of Namche past the airstrip at Shyangboche to the Everest View resort, the highpoint of our day at 3,880m. Built with the aid of the Japanese, this spectacularly headquartered resort with extraordinary views of Everest and Ama Dablam is the best place for a tea house. Descending by way of the wooded area we come to Khumjung, the now we have lunch almost the Sir Edmund Hillary college. We walk up to Khunde after lunch and where we will visit the health center established by sir Edmund Hillary. The rocky peak is sacred to all Sherpa where the twin villages Khunde and Khumjung are located.
For a significant walk, we have beautiful views of Ama Dablam and different Himalayan giants. We walk to go into reverse by way of Khumjung to the monastery. Regrettably, it used to be damaged within the earthquake but is now repaired. Inside is a small field and after paying the entry cost (which works toward the repairs) - we will be able to be proven the one Yeti skull in the world! Descending to the essential trail, we spend the night time at Kyanjuma and in a single day at teahouse.

Day 06: Thyangboche (3870M), this morning we descend to the river.

Thyangboche (3870M), this morning we descend to the river. We pass it on the little contract of Phunki Thangkha at 3,250 meters then climb steeply by way of the forest area to Thyangboche at 3,867 meters. We will be able to be right here with the aid of lunchtime and in the afternoon we will consult with the famous monastery. The sundown and morning on the tremendous and splendid panoramic view or surrounding us not to be Missed-Lhotse, Nuptse, Everest, and Ama Dablam provide the backdrop on the wonderful way at our teahouse. You can get sightings view of the Himalayan Thar in the woodland surrounding the monastery. Overnight at teahouse.

Day 07: Dingboche (4350M),

Dingboche (4350M), we descend through the wooded area to Devoche and just a little additional on we cross the speeding Imja Khola, whose valley we now follow. Mountaineering frequently, the path enters Pangboche, at three,900m, the very best everlasting settlement on this valley. Ascending the valley, we now have lunch at Sophomore, after which we depart the trees at the back of and go a wooden bridge at the confluence of the Khumbu and Imja Khola. A brief steep climb brings us to Dingboche, at 4,530m, a summertime day where fine peaks encompass us and overnight at teahouse.

Day 08: At Dingboche (4350M),

At Dingboche (4350M), we spend the day at Dingboche to continue our acclimatization. These are adapting well to the altitude can climb Nangkartshang top at 5,100 meters for excellent views of Lhotse, Makalu, Tawoche, Chalotseand Ama Dablam and in a single day at teahouse.

Day 09: Lobuje (4930M),

Lobuje (4930M), the trail climbs steeply out of Dingboche prior to a Chorten where the walk which is ascending climb gradually to Dugla valley at the finish of terminal glacial known as Khumbu Glacier. We have to walk again steep uphill up to Chukpo Lari, a gorgeous, but poignant place the place there's a line of memorials in tribute to the climbers. Who's died on Everest and from the site we have an attractive panorama of the peaks lying on the Nepal-Tibet border. The path then eases off as we comply with the valley to Lobuje, a tiny hamlet with a couple of teahouses. The sundown on Nuptse is not to be ignored and overnight at teahouse.

Day 10: Everest Base Camp (5184M),

Everest Base Camp (5184M), this day is an extraordinarily lengthy, hard day as we depart an early northward to Gorekshep following the Khumbu Glacier. The trail rises and falls with up and down the glacier with some brief steep sections. The path is rocky in areas as we at the moment are on the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. It'll take us about three hours to reach Gorak Shep where we will be able to have a relaxation and whatever to devour.
From right here to base camp and back there are not any lodges, so we will be able to fill our water bottles and take some snacks for the stroll to Everest Base Camp. We begin by jogging across the sandy flat at Gorak Shep and climb onto the lateral moraine of the Khumbu glacier. The trail ascends the facet of the glacier for a few hours earlier than in the end descending onto the rocky glacial moraine itself. The trail winds up and down through intriguing ice seracs to the discipline often called Everest Base Camp. Where in spring, we could see within the distance some of the day trip groups as they prepare to climb the mountain.
From the bottom Camp, we get outstanding close-up views of the Khumbu Ice Fall, and we will admire simply how complex it's for the climbers to barter a route by means of the big blocks of ice. Nuptse towers above Pumori and us rears up in the back of us. After a short picture stop with the aid of the base Camp rock, we retrace our steps to Gorak Shep and overnight at teahouse.

Day 11: Kala Pattar (5545M,

Kala Pattar (5545M, we now have a different hard day as we climb steeply above Gorak Shep to the small top of Kala Pattar, 'Black Rock,' at 5,545m from the place we will seem down over the bottom camps of the more than a few Everest expeditions. This climb affords a powerful view of the Khumbu Glacier and exceptionally a close-up view of the sector's highest mountain. We return to Gorak Shep and retrace our steps to Lobuje for lunch after which we continue on down the valley to the lessen altitude of Pheriche for the night. Please be aware that the walk to Everest Base Camp and the climb of Kala Pattar are both very hard and overnight at teahouse.
👉🏿 sometimes we may alter the order where we tackle the walks depending on the group's ability and climate stipulations.

Day 12: Kyanjuma (3600M),

Kyanjuma (3600M), descending via Pheriche, we move a small bridge and have a brief climb before descending to join the primary Imja Khola Valley. We follow the valley right down to Pangboche through an alpine meadow panorama. We drop down to the speeding river then stroll via the peaceful rhododendron forests to the village of Devoche from where we climb again as much as possible to Thyangboche where we will stop for lunch on the ridge. We again descend from the ridge to Phunki Tenga and stroll back to Kyanjuma, where we spend the night at teahouse.

Day 13: Monzo (2850M),

Monzo (2850M), walk to Namche Bazaar takes us along a wonderful undulating path excessive above the Dudh Kosi. We've got a while in Namche, and after lunch, we descend via Namche Bazaar and decide upon up our outward trail once more to Monzo.

Day 14: Lukla (2800M),

Lukla (2800M), we retrace our steps to Chaunrikhara the place we the fina.l climb to the airstrip at Lukla for overnight at teahouse

Day 15: Lukla to Manthali-Ramechhap,

Lukla to Manthali-Ramechhap, after breakfast then go to Lukla airport to fly again to Kathmandu (we fly to Ramechhap-Manthali airport) and transfer to our hotel via 3.5 hours long drive to Kathmandu. Rest day free to stroll around Thamel the touristic hub and shopping souvenirs for your dear and loved once.

Day 16: Kathmandu - Breakfast at the hotel then free for sightseeing in Kathmandu City.

Kathmandu - Breakfast at the hotel then free for sightseeing in Kathmandu City. You may also desire to talk over with the monkey temple at Swayambunath, some of the biggest Buddhist Stupas on the planet at Boudhanath, or the most important Hindu temple within the valley at Pashupatinath. We offer a full range of sightseeing tours which can also be booked and paid for locally.
👉🏿 additionally, it is a spare day to allow for any delays in the flights to or from Lukla as a result of the weather.

Day 17: Departure Day/Tour End

After having breakfast at the hotel, wait till flight time then we drive to Tribhuvan worldwide Airport on your flight back.

Tour Highlights

  • Travel Destination: Nepal/Everest Region
  • Trek Day: 11 Day
  • Group Size: 2 Pax Minimum
  • Transfer: Land Transfer/Flight/Trek
  • Trip Type: Challenges
  • Meal: Restaurant and Lodge
  • Accommodation: Hotel/Lodge
  • Maximum Altitude: 5545M
  • Best Season: March to May and September to November.
  • Trips Cover - Return Airport Transfer Kathmandu Lukla, Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Lobuche, Visit Everest Base, Gorak Shep, Visit Kalapattar, All Permission Fees and All Government Taxes.

Bulk discount (by percent)

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 Group 3-6 3 6 5
2 Group 7-10 7 10 15
3 Group 11-14 11 14 20
4 Group 15-20 15 20 26

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Everest Base Camp?
Just opposite side of Mount Everest is called Everest Base Camp. South base camp located in Nepal is at 5,364 ft. altitude.
Is Everest Base Camp Trek different from climbing Mount Everest?
Yes, it is different.
Is Everest Base Camp Trek challenges?
Everest base camp trekking requires all trekking preparation. It is challenging, but not impossible. No other person will experience a perfect view of Mount Everest, comparing to Everest Base Camp trekkers.
What is the shortest duration of the Everest Base Camp Trek?
It is 17 days trekking plan. It can be shortening up to 2 weeks as per requirements.
What is the lowest cost of the Everest base camp trek?
Based on the number of trekkers trekking together, it can be planned at USD 1,000 per person.
Is there any other option to experience Mount Everest just like in Everest Base Camp trek?
Yes, there is. You can fly from Kathmandu to Kala Pathar and have breakfast there on the lap of Mount Everest and fly back to Kathmandu.
What is the trip grade of the Everest Base Camp?
It falls on the strenuous type of trek and required a great level of fitness.

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