Everest Base Camp

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a dream every trekker dreams to accomplish in their lifetime. The Everest Base Camp Trek offers the trekkers with spectacular view of the highest mountain in the world Mount Everest as well as other beauty of the Himalayas.

In a constant companionship of the Himalayas, the trek takes you through the different village, life and culture of the mountain dwellers. You will taste the firsthand Sherpa culture and life. The Namche Bazaar, Tengboche and Dingboche are the villages of the Everest Region.
Apart from the natural scenery, the mountain gumbas and the flagged trails will spread the smell of Buddhism prevalent in the region.

The trekkers will climb the Kala Patthar: the black rock of Nepal which offers the beautiful views of the Everest summit, Nuptse, Lothse and many other Himalayan peaks. Looking down from the highest point of your trek, you will view the Khumbu glacier.

The trek does not end in the Everest only. The package still has the tour around then Kathmandu. The Syambhunath temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square and the Patan Durbar Square are the World Heritage Sites you should not miss.


On arrival in Kathmandu, our representative will greet you meet you at the airport and we will come to the hotel.

DAY 2 - FLY TO LUKLA, TREK TO MONJO (2,830m) 5-6 hours

We will take morning flight to Lukla from the domestic airport. This is one of the most beautiful and exciting flights in the world. We suggest to seat on the left side as you will be able to see the snow line of the Himalayan range to the north. On arrival in Lukla, you will be greeted once again by your crew there. While you can have a cup of tea or even breakfast there depending upon your flight time, our staff will sort out your baggage. After all these procedure, we will be heading toward Phakding village. After Phakding, The path leads upstream along the valley, through areas of conifer trees and several more small villages. Another 2-3 hours walking, you will reach to Chumoa, (2,743m), a small and picturesque village located below Thamserku Mountain, (6,618m) and close to the entrance to the Everest National Park. Cross the Monjo Khola and you shortly arrive in the village of Monjo for your overnight stop.
Overnight tea house (Meals: B, L, D)

DAY 3 - TREK TO NAMCHE (3,440m) 4-5 hours

The advantage of walking to Monjo on the first day is that you can walk up the steep hill to Namche in the morning when you are fit and fresh. It is fairly easy walk today. You leave Monjo and continue to the park gates of the Sagarmatha National Park at Jorsale where you complete entry formalities. Then you walk on alongside the river and cross on a high bridge. After that, you start the steep climb to Namche. Near the halfway point up the hill, if the sky is clear, your first views of Everest and Lhotse come into sight. You then continue the climb, less steeply now, to Namche.
Overnight in tea house (Meals: B, L, D)


With these high elevations, it is important to let your body adjust and avoid altitude sickness. ‘Climb high, sleep low’ is the mantra for good acclimatization. To aid acclimatization it is a good idea, at the very least, to walk up the hill to the Park Headquarters and visit the very interesting Sagarmatha National Park Museum. From here there are the first really good views of Everest and Ama Dablam – a wonderful panorama. You can also walk up to Everest View Hotel and visit the village of Khumjung.
Overnight tea house in Namche (Meals: B, L, D)

DAY 5 - TREK TO TENGBOCHE (3,870m) 5 hours

After breakfast, a gentle walk with great views brings and through forest of rhododendron and blue pine to the village of Trashinga. There are wonderful views all around specially Ama Dablam and across the valley to Thamserku and Kang Taiga. You will cross the Dudh Koshi at Phungi Tenga and then climb through beautiful forests to reach Tengboche. Here is a very famous Buddhist monastery worth a visit and there is a very famous ceremony every year in November called Manirimdu festival and people from all over the world come to attend this ceremony. It is a place filled with mystery and spirituality.
Overnight in tea house (Meals: B, L, D).

DAY 6 - TREK TO DINGBOCHE (4400m) 6 hours

After breakfast, we leave Tengboche through trees to Deboche where pass teahouses and ‘mani’ walls as the path continues along the river valley amongst the trees. After crossing a bridge, the path gradually climbs, with stunning views of Ama Dablam ahead to reach the village of Pangboche. From Pangboche, the path ascends above the village with the sparse landscape now reflecting the height. You cross a stream and making a final ascent to Dingboche.
Overnight tea house (Meals: B, L, D)

DAY 7 - TREK TO LOBUCHE (4,901m) 6 hours.

Today you leave Dingboche after breakfast in a very gentle way up to a small hamlet of Thukla. You can have wonderful views of Tawoche and Cholatse. After Thukla you start to climb to reach a jumble of rocks which marks the terminal moraine at the base of the Khumbu glacier. Now you really feel being in the high place as the landscape is now wild and rocky. After another hour of gentle walk, you reach at Lobuche.
Overnight in tea house (Meals: B, L, D).

DAY 8 - TREK TO EVEREST BASE CAMP (5,300m), RETURN TO GORAK SHEP (5,163m) 6-7 hours

Today you reach at the famous Everest Base Camp. After early breakfast, you start your walk towards north-east, along the side of the Khumbu Glacier. No you don’t see vegetation here. There are many ups and downs across the moraine before you reach at GorakShep. After check in the guest house, you start another walk to the Base camp. After a couple of hours you reach the base camp area from where you don’t really see Everest but very nice view of Khumbu ice-fall and the surrounding areas can be seen from here. Return same way back to GorakShep.
Overnight tea house (Meals: B, L, D)

DAY 9 - ASCEND KALA PATTAR (5,545m), TREK DOWN TO PHERICHE (4,370m), 7 hours

Early start is very important from GorakShep so you have a clear view of the mountains before cloud comes in to obscure the summit of Everest. This ascent can be of approximately 2-3 hours until you finally reach the rocky summit of Kala Patthar at 5,545m – This is the Highlight of your trek!
From the summit of Kala Patthar there are great views of the summit of Everest as well as – Pumori (7,145m), Nuptse, Lhotse and countless other Himalayan peaks. You can also look down on the Khumbu glacier where base camp is located.
You will then walk down to GorakShep and follow the way down to Thukla. From Thukla, You take the lower path to the village of Pheriche where you will stay for the night.
Overnight tea house (Meals: B, L, D)


You follow the same way back to Namche following Pangboche and Tengboche villages to reach Namche.
Overnight tea house (Meals: B, L, D)


After breakfast you continue your last trekking day to Lukla.
Overnight tea house (Meals: B, L, D)


You fly to Lukla after breakfast, it is a short flight but sometimes they are delayed due to weather conditions. Our representative will pick you up from the domestic airport and bring you to the hotel. You can relax in the afternoon. We will have our dinner at the typical Nepalese restaurant with cultural show.
Overnight at the hotel (Meals: B)


After breakfast, you set out for the full day sightseeing in a fascinating medieval city, its streets, bazaars, Hindu temples, shrines and Buddhist stupas.. You visit the Swayambhunath Temple (also known as the Monkey Temple) and the Durbar Square in the heart of the city. This is where the Kumari is. Next you will drive to Patan, once a beautiful city in its own right which rivaled Kathmandu in terms of the splendor of its temples and squares. There will also be time to do any last minute supplies from Nepal for presents. We will have our dinner at the typical Nepalese restaurant with cultural show to sum up the wonderful journey in the Himalayas.
Overnight at the hotel (Meals: B, D)


Our representative will drive you to the international airport for the departure to your homeland.

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