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Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest is more than simply a mountain; getting there requires more than a simple hike. Every turn in the trail, which some have dubbed “the steps to paradise,” offers another opportunity for photographs of the picturesque forests, Sherpa communities, glacier moraines, and slopes.

Our comprehensive trekking support personnel will introduce you to the local cultures before opening a window to the globe’s top for energetic adventurers not afraid to work up a sweat.

Kala Patthar

It translates roughly to “Black Rock.” Take a detour to this breathtaking vantage point, which is located 18,208 feet (5,550 meters) above Gorak Shep. 

With the Khumbu Icefall smashing through the valley below, many consider it to be the most incredible view of Everest, despite the actual effort of climbing 1,640 feet (500 meters) in two hours.

Sagarmatha National Park Museum

You’ll come upon this one on your rest day at Namche Bazaar early in the journey. Because of the breathtaking views of Everest and Nuptse in the forecourt—your first look at the enormous mountain—it is worthwhile to ascend to its vantage point above the hamlet. 

A visit to the museum is a fantastic way to learn more about Khumbu Sherpa culture, tradition, and history.

Sagarmatha National Park Museum stands for some intriguing facts and information about Everest, the surrounding mountains, and the area’s account if you’re ever considering a trek to the highest peak in the world.


The Everest Base Camp hike transitions from the alpine settings at the southern end of the Sagarmatha National Park to the scree-covered hills of old moraines.

Although the beginning sections have milder terrain, they are more challenging due to their continual steepness.

This may be seen throughout the climb from Lukla to Namche Bazaar and the subsequent climb from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. 

The route there is mostly shadowed by pine, and ironwood forests, muddy when rainy, and dotted with pebbles that have been driven into the ground. Most rivers are crossed by strolling across suspension bridges.

Why Dolma Tours?

We boast decades of experiences in Trekking in Nepal.


We provide the most affordable Nepal adventure prices for all international and domestic tourists.


We are eager to share their experiences by giving enough details because they have received extensive training.


We provide an accessible transportation facility to all internal and external tourists.

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Client Testimonials

"EBC Trek was my once-in-a-lifetime experience. I was introduced to Dolma Tours by a friend who visited Nepal ahead of me. I came across the best guides for my trek. Thank you, and I am sure to contact you in no time for my next adventure."
Andrew Jones
"Dolma Ecotourism has been a great choice so far for some thrilling adventures at a very affordable price for us domestic tourists. Very happy with the service I got from you."
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"Had a good experience. I definitely will ring you up for adventures next time. Paragliding in Pokhara was breathtaking moment for me and I enjoyed it a lot. Thank you Dolma Ecotourism. "
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Everest Base Camp in Nepal

The Khumbu Glacier, where the Everest Base Camp is located at the foot of the highest Peak, celebrates the entire journey.

Trekkers encounter stunning scenery, Dudhkoshi valley, tapering ridges, and the distinctive Sherpa tradition, culture, clothes, and delectable foods as they travel from Lukla to Namche through this valley.

The magnificent mountain views and the exquisite old Buddhist monasteries, such as Tengboche, provide a link between culture and nature.

In addition, the trip brings you to Kalapathar (5445m), one of the highest hiking points, which offers an incredible 360-degree panorama of all the gems of the Everest region, including Mount Everest, Pumori, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Nuptse.

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