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Everest Base Camp Trek

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5550 (Kalapather)
  • 11 Days Trekking
  • 1 Day 35 Minutes flight
Best Season
  • March - May
  • September -November
  • 11 Breakfast
  • 11 Lunch
  • 10 Dinner
  • 11 Night at Lodge
  • Flight/Car/Jeep/Bus


USD 1249 1199

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No of PAX Price / PP
More than 10 1049
5-9 1149
2-4 1199

EBC Trek Overview

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is a wonderful feat that provides adventurous traversing in the highlands of Nepal. This astounding trekking adventure is a blend of rare biodiversity, cultural practices, geographical wonders, pristine water bodies, distinct walk of life and towering peaks. If you’re wondering if this is the trek for you, it most definitely is. Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal is one of the most coveted pursuits that is sought after by many. Pertaining to its diverse offerings, trekkers are awestruck upon breathing the Everest air once they land in Lukla, which is the starting point of Everest Base Camp trek.

Highlight of Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Flight to Tenzing Hillary airport Lukla, one adventurous
  • Sherpa Capital, trekkers Junction Namche Bazaar
  • Sherpa culture and tradition, Monasteries, Flora and Fauna,
  • Syangboche, Panoramic view of the Himalayas including Mt. Everest.
  • Biggest Tengboche Monastery is a stunning view of Everest and other mountains.
  • Kalapather, Nearest Viewpoint Mt. Everest and the other Himalayas.
  • UNESCO world natural heritage site: Sagarmatha national park
  • Mount Everest Base Camp, Close view of Khumbu Icefall
  • Highest Mountain Mt. Everest (8848m) Lhotse (8516m) and Makalu (8463m)

Everest Base Camp Trek Details

Everest Base Camp Trek  is one of the most coveted pursuit in the Nepalese Himalayas. The eastern Nepalese Himalayan belt comprises a series of towering peaks. Some of these peaks rise beyond staggering 8000 meters. Mt.Everest(8848.86m), Mt.Lhotse(8516m), Mt.Cho Oyu(8188m), Mt.Makalu(8481m) and Mt.Kanchenjunga(8586m) are amongst the soaring peaks that reach the high sky of east Nepal. Everest region that resides in the northernmost reach of Solukhumbu district is home to Mt.Everest(8848m), Mt.Lhotse(8516m), Mt.Cho Oyu(8188m) and other 300 similar mountains. In other words, you can call the district of Solukhumbu as “arcadia for mountaineers''.

Mount Everest Base Camp Trek embodies a traverse through these numerous peaks that stand to welcome you to their sanctuary. Your typical trek to Everest Base Camp is filled with the diverse offerings that the Himalayan district of Solukhumbu has to offer. The initial stretch of the trek itself outlines mesmerizing views of Everest vista which never leaves your sight. Trekking in the Everest region as quoted by many is an “adventure of a lifetime”. And the most intriguing part of the trek is you will follow the classic footstep taken by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay back in 1953 to ever reach the summit of Everest. While the surrounding environment has now changed to a whole new scale, you will encounter several Sherpa villages where you will be staying during the traverse.

Unlike several decades before when there were no hotels available, today a series of hotels and teahouses has been established in the Everest region. Sherpas, who are native to the Everest region and are famous for their exceptional climbing abilities live all across the Everest Base Camp trek route. These groups of people have established teahouses or homestays that are dotted all across the Everest base camp trail. Sherpas are a group of Indo-Tibetan race of people who are believed to have migrated from the neighboring Tibet region long before. Historians believe these groups of people have been living in the high mountainous area of present day Nepal before the inception of time. While the geography and landscape of the Solukhumbu region makes it really cumbersome to sustain livelihood, Sherpas have been happily living in the outskirts of the Himalayas for ages. Their primary occupation includes farming, tourism, animal husbandry and trade. The northern reach of Solukhumbu district borders the Autonomous region of Tibet. While there is no official border, people do trade commercial goods in between themselves.

Preparation for the Everest Base Camp Trek

Proper Preparation is the key to a successful Everest Base Camp Trek. Before commencing the Everest Base Camp, we suggested the following guidelines for the trek preparation.

Before the Trek:

  • Eat a balanced diet of healthy food.
  • Avoid alcohol, smoking, and salty, and junk food.
  • Maintain good physical and mental fitness.
  • For physical fitness, participate in physical training exercises. (Running, swimming, stairs climbing, etc.)
  • Go for short hikes at high altitudes carrying a backpack.
  • For mental fitness, practice yoga and meditation, and do stress management.
  • Consult a doctor and do necessary check-ups if required.
  • Get travel insurance covering medical emergencies and elevation above 5,500 m.
  • Book with a trusted travel agency and plan and take essential guidelines in detail for the trek.
  • Use a licensed guide and porter services for a comfortable trekking experience.
  • Choose the best season and make sure to pack appropriate clothes and belongings.

Trekking period (Trek start to end):

  • Make sure to follow the guidelines strictly.
  • Make sure to obtain the necessary trek permits.
  • Carry all necessary documents (Travel Insurance, photo, copy of passport, etc.)
  • Stay hydrated (keep drinking and frequent urination to prevent altitude sickness)
  • Acclimatization rest is essential and follow the itinerary schedule.
  • Keep updated with the weather conditions and start the trek.
  • Start trek early and keep track of your eating and drinking habits.
  • Safety and precaution are in your hands (use trekking poles, pack a first-aid kit, follow the trail, if any difficulty inform the guide, etc.).
  • Respect local culture and communities.
  • Trek Responsibly (Proper waste management, using reusable bags, etc.)

Everest Base Camp Trek Route

Back in 1953, the first successful ascent of Mt.Everest was made by the British Expedition team. This team, including Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, took the eastern route via Jiri to reach the base camp. Back then, there were no airways infrastructure which made them carry tonnes of goods by carrying it on a mule or by porters. Lukla is a village that lies at the midpoint between Jiri and EBC. This small Sherpa village was gifted with an airport which now serves as the gateway towards Everest. The route to Everest Base Camp begins from this village after a nerve chilling flight through the narrow hilly areas of Nepalese highlands.

From Lukla there is only one pathway that heads northbound towards Everest region. As you embark through this trail, you will reach Phakding first, a small village which usually is the first stopover for Mount Everest trekking. Phakding village sits at the bank of Dudh Koshi river which will guide you all the way up to the base of Everest. From Phakding you will encounter 2 small settlements, Monjo and Jorsalle. Jorsalle is the entry point for Sagarmatha National Park and you will ascend further north from hereon. The next stop on the trek is Namche Bazaar, a dense Sherpa village which is the commercial hub of Everest region. There are lots of pathways that branch off right after or from Namche Bazaar. The trek to Gokyo Lakes and Everest 3 Passes Trek ( Anti-Clockwise) diverge from here.

Our trail to EBC heads a bit eastward from Namche. As you leave Namche, you will encounter a semi-arid and barren landscape headed towards Tengboche. Tengboche is named after the largest monastery in Solukhumbu district. Further up ahead, you will traverse through a flat valley cut by Dudhkoshi river that is bordered by towering peaks on all sides. You will followingly trekking through villages like: Dingboche, Pheriche, Dughla, Gorak Shep to finally reach Everest Base Camp. The return journey from EBC will retrace the same pathway as your ascents. The best part about the return journey is the popular hike to Kalapathar peak. Kalapthar is the highest point of Everest Base Camp Trek and is the best vantage point to gaze at the Everest Panorama.

Alternatively, you can opt for Everest Base Camp trek with Helicopter Return. This trip includes walking all the way up to the base camp and taking the return journey back to Lukla on a chopper. The cost of Everest Heli Return Trek costs $500 per pax and the journey takes about 20 minutes before you land in Lukla.

Additionally, you can lengthen this trekking journey by adding Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes Trek. This addition to your Everest Base Camp journey will lengthen the itinerary by 3 additional days. Cho La Pass is a popular high pass of Everest region that scales 5420 meters. Also, Gokyo Valley consists of 6 different pristine lakes that you shouldn't miss out on.

Everest Base Camp Trek Distance

The roundtrip distance of Everest Base Camp trek is 128 kilometers which starts and ends at Lukla. Aside from this, the aerial distance from Kathmandu to Lukla is about 135 kilometers. You will take a flight to get to Lukla and back to Kathmandu. The flight duration is 30 minutes one way. The standard Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary  is 12 days. Within this timeframe, you will walk for an average distance of about 5-6 hour each day. The duration of trekking each day will differ based on prior experience, elevation gain and the terrain of the area. Below provided table provides deep insight into time and distance of EBC trek.

Day Source/ Destination Distance Duration
1 Lukla to Phakding 8 kilometers 4 Hrs.
2 Phakding to Namche Bazaar 11 kilometers 5-6 Hrs
3 Namche Bazaar Day Hike 7 kilometers 3-4 Hrs
4 Namche Bazaar to Tengboche 9 kilometers 5-6 Hrs
5 Tengboche to Dingboche 10 kilometers 6 Hrs
6 Dingboche Acclimatization
(Day Hike)
6 kilometers 3-4 Hrs
7 Dingboche to Lobuche 8 kilometers 5-6 Hrs
8 Trek to Gorak Shep, EBC Day Trip 11 kilometers 8-9 Hrs
9 Hike to Kalapathar, Trek to Pheriche 16 kilometers 7-8 Hrs
10 Pheriche to Namche Bazaar 19 kilometers 7-8 Hrs
11 Namche Bazaar to Lukla 19 kilometers 7-8 Hrs
12 Fly back to Kathmandu 135 kilometers 30 min


Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu flight

The flight to Lukla operates from Manthali, Ramechhap instead of Kathmandu during April, May, October and November. This is due to the extreme air traffic in Kathmandu causing regular delays of the flights. Manthali village is located at a distance 130 kilometers from Kathmandu taking about 3-4 hours to reach. During these period of time, you will have to take an early morning drive (3-4 am) to reach Manthali on time to catch your flight to Lukla. Alternatively, if you want to skip the morning hustle to reach Ramecchap to catch your flight, you can drive there a night before and stay there in a hotel. Next morning, if the weather permits, you will fly to Lukla from Manthali airport in Ramechhap.

Hotel in Kathmandu

There are variety of Hotel in Kathmandu. You may choose hostel to 5 star Hotel. Most of our clients stay at Hotel Thamel Park in Kathmandu.

Group Joining

If you are looking a group to join, we have fixed departure every Wednesday . In case if there is only you in the group, we still organize this trek with a guide.

EBC Trek Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Kathmandu - Lukla by fly , trekking to Phakding (2610m, 8km or 3 hours walk).

Day 02: Phakding - Mango - Jorsalle - Namche (3440m, 11km or 5-6 hours walk)

Day 03: Hike to Everest View Hotel to see the World highest Peak Mt. Everest and the other Himalayas views, visit Khumjung village and back to Namche (6.6km or 3-4 hours walk).

Day 04: Namche - Kyangjuma - Phunki Tenka - Tengboche (3860m, 9km or 5-6 hours walk)

Day 05:Day 05: Tengboche - Pangboche - Somare - Dingboche (4410m, 11km or 4-5 hours walk).

Day 06: You will climb to 400m to 500m Nangkar Tshang Peak for acclimatizing, back to Dingboche .

Day 07: Dingboche - Thukla - Lobuche (4910m, 8km or 5-6 hours walk)

Day 08: Trekking to Gorakh Shep (5140m, 11km or 7-8 hours walk) , Hike to Everest Base camp (5364m).

Day 09: Climb to Kalapather (5550m), trek down to Pheriche (4240m, 16km or 7-8 hours walk).

Day 10: Pheriche - Panagboche - Tengboche - Namche (3440m, 19km or 6-7 hours walk).

Day 11: Namche - Manjo - Phakding - Lukla (2840m, 19km or 6-7 hours walk)

Day 12: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu, drive to your Hotel.

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Everest Base Camp Trek Details Itinerary

Whats Included?

  • Pick-up and drop-off service at Trivuwan International Airport in Kathmandu by private Car/Van/Bus depending on group size.
  • Sagarmatha National park fee and Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entrance fee.
  • Kathmandu- Lukla - Kathmandu flight ticket with Airport departure tax.
  • All the meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) with Lodge accommodation during the trek.
  • 2 Hot Shower (One in Namche and One in Lukla ).
  • One English speaking government certificate holder trekking guide and trekkers 2:1 porter.
  • Guide and porters: foods, accommodation, insurance, salary, flight ticket, and equipment etc.
  • First Aids Kid.
  • Seasonal fresh fruit such as Apple and Pomegranates etc.
  • Duffel Bag.
  • Fingertip Pulse Oximeter (we use every day to check your oxygen level and pulse in your body to avoid high risk ).
  • Himalaya Trip T-shirt.
  • 13% government VAT and official charge.

Whats not Included?

  • International airfare and visa fee (15 Days US$30 and 30 Days US$50).
  • Hotel and meals in Kathmandu.
  • All the drinks like tea, coffee, Coke, Fanta, mineral water, boiled water, hot shower, battery charge etc.
  • Your trekking gears.
  • Your travel insurance which should include the emergency rescue.
  • Tips for guide and porters.

Group Joining dates & Prices


USD 1249 1199

Per Person

We Offer Group discount

No of PAX Price / PP
More than 10 1049
5-9 1149
2-4 1199

EBC Trek Reviews

5 - Excellent Based on 6 Reviews
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Ho Jessica Lynette
Hong Kong, 2024

Unforgettable Everest Base Camp Trek with Jay

I recently completed a 12-day Everest Base Camp trek that left me speechless, thanks to the exceptional guidance and care provided by Jay, our guide, and his remarkable porter team. Jay's thoughtfulness, professionalism, and adaptability were evident throughout the journey as he went above and beyond to ensure our safety and enjoyment. His extensive knowledge of the region and ability to provide alternative options based on different scenarios were invaluable. The porters were incredible too, carrying our loads with diligence and always greeting us with warmth. Together, Jay and the porters formed a fantastic team that made the entire experience seamless and joyous. I highly recommend Jay and his team to anyone planning an Everest Base Camp trek. Their expertise, care, and positive energy will make your adventure truly unforgettable. Thank you, Jay, and the incredible porter team, for an incredible journey!

Hong Kong, 2024

Hong Kong, 04/2024

Good Experience of Himalaya trip’s EBC trek

It is amazing and good experience to join Himalaya trip’s EBC trek - 12 days. The tour guard - Jay and the porters are well arrangement and caring. They skillfully managed our changing circumstances and ensured our safety. And, really appreciate their efforts in making the trip a success.

Hong Kong, 04/2024
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Bob & Rae
Australia, March 2023

Everest Base Camp Trek Experience

We had used Harka and his team previously in 2014 so knew to expect great service! Jay as guide and vicus as porter we had a private trek on Everest base camp trek ! We had extreme weather conditions and jay made sure we stayed safe at all times !

Australia, March 2023
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Peter Swanson
Uk, November 8, 2019

Great time on my walk to Everest Base Camp Trek

I had a great time on my walk to Everest Base Camp Trek from Himalaya Trip Team.

I have many positive comments and the main ones are:

– You were very efficient and helpful before I arrived, answering all my questions promptly and effectively so I knew what to expect when I arrived.

– I was met at the airport as planned, had a good briefing from you at the hotel and the hotel was comfortable.

– Everything happened as planned and it was a good timetable enabling me to to walk at my own pace and to properly acclimatise to altitude on the way up.

– My guide, Om Gurung, was excellent and very attentive. He obtained single accommodation for me every night and always checked that I had everything I needed before he looked after himself. When I was unwell on the way down he carefully monitored me, gave me throat tablets and did everything he could to ensure I was comfortable.

– My porter, Bikas, also did a very good job and was always helpful and pleasant.

– The standard of the lodges was good. The only comment is that often the washing facilities were sometimes very limited and at some lodges only consisted of a tap low down beside the toilet! This is not a comment about your company as I think it applies whichever company one uses. It is just difficult to understand why the washing facilities are often so limited and in short supply when all other features of the lodges are very comfortable!

– The price of the trek was competitive compared to some companies but the standard of care was equally good.

Uk, November 8, 2019
Way to Everest Base camp sign at Gorakshep

UK, Nov 2018

Private trek to Everest Base Camp

I booked a private trek to Everest Base Camp so it was just myself and my guide / porter trekking together for 12 days. As a solo traveller I always invest a lot of time in to researching the company I book with, it was important to me to do this with a Nepalese tour company and the previous reviews were so encouraging and positive I decided to contact Himalaya Trip to see what they had to offer.

Harka responded almost immediately despite the time difference and sent me detailed information on the Everest Base Camp trek. He answered all my questions and always replied quickly which continued to give me confidence. They were also very competitively priced compared to other local companies and along with the great reviews I had a good feeling that Harka and his team would be the ones to get me to EBC.

Harka met me at the airport, took me to my hotel and helped get me any last minute bits I needed for the trek in Kathmandu. He made everything very easy and I felt safe and reassured the whole time which is important to me as a solo female traveller.

My guide / porter was called Dil and he was the man I was spending 12 days with trekking to EBC. Dil was fantastic, he looked out for me every step of the way, regularly checking in to ensure I was ok and did everything to make my experience on the trek as comfortable and as safe as possible. Dil was so knowledgable about the area and the mountains he would point out everything along the way. Despite him speaking broken English we could quite easily chat and communicate without any problems.

The trek was an incredible experience and one of the toughest yet most amazing things I’ve ever done and part of that was down to the efficiency and professionalism of Harka and his team. I didn’t have to worry or think about a thing, just getting to EBC.

UK, Nov 2018
EBC Trek best guide

Canada, November 2018

Everest Base Camp Trek – 12 Days

Was referred to Harka by a friend who had done the Everest Base Camp Trek a few months before, and he was very easy to contact and quick to respond. We were a bit uneasy about booking with someone from the other side of the world, but Harka proved himself to be honest, professional, and reputable while organising our trip for us. Once we were in Kathmandu, he was easy to meet up with and was quick to help us out with anything we needed. Our guide, Mr. Dil, who met us in Lukla, was what really made our trip as amazing as it was. He was extremely knowledgable on the mountains and mountain passes, as well as getting us into tea houses and our flight home. He was very professional, friendly, and easy to work with, even though his English was a bit broken. Overall, it was an incredible trip, and I wouldn't hesitate to book with Harka again. If you do the EBC, ask for Dil, he's the man.

Canada, November 2018
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EBC Trek Info

Sherpa Local foods in Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Bas Camp Trek will be travelling around sherpa villages. Sherpa are Buddhist region. They do not sacrifice any animals after the Lukla. All the meats supply from lower part of Lukla. You do not get fresh meat during this trek. If you want avoid diarrhea and stomach pain during the trek, you can be vegetarian and fresh foods. You may try some sherpa people local foods like Tsampa Porridge, Shyakpa or Sherpa Stew, Thukpa, Thenduk, Tingmo, Rildok, Riki Our ( Potato Pancake ), Kur, Su- Chya or butter or salt tea ) etc.

Everest Base Camp Trek Package

Himalaya trip offers multiple types of trekking packages to EBC. The standard 12 days package includes accommodation, meals, guidance, airfare and permits which is the basic package. Apart from this package, you can opt for Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. Everest Base Camp Luxury Trekking package we offer provides comfortable teahouses (Yeti Mountain Homes) during your trekking traverse. If you are looking for a pleasant trekking experience, this package is for you. Additionally, the EBC Luxury package has an inclusion of Helicopter return, which provides you with an opportunity to return back to Kathmandu on a helicopter after your trek completes. Also, this luxury trekking package of EBC is of duration for only 10 days since your return journey to Lukla will only take 20 minutes from Gorakshep.

Everest Base Camp Trek Solo

Trekking Solo to Everest Base Camp might be one of the best adventures you would ever embark on. It is possible to trek to EBC solo if you are looking for a solitude and quaint trekking experience. Unlike other treks of Nepal, you can trek to the Everest region without any guides. If you are looking for solo trekking in Nepal, inquire with us, we can book other amenities and facilities for you.

Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty

If you’re wondering How hard is Everest base camp trek, we have got the answer for you. Everest Base Camp trek difficulty depends upon the physical and mental endurance capacity of any individual. The highest point of Everest Base Camp Trek is at Kalapathar at 5550 meters. Everest trekking as considered by many is moderately difficult. This trek is appropriate for beginners and experienced trekkers in the Himalayas. Even if you are a novice to trekking, you can still successfully complete this trek without much difficulty. Himalaya trip is an Everest Base Camp Best company to design your trekking adventure professionally. We have a team of ground staff that are professionally trained for high altitude trekking. These guides will assist you through all of your trekking days till the end of your trip. Rest assured, you will definitely have a great time trekking to Everest base camp with Himalaya trip.

If you need detailed information on EBC trek, please check our Everest Base Camp Trek blog which provides a deeper insight into the trekking journey. With this blog you will get to know what to expect, what to pack, what are the basic cultural norms and gestures to be practiced. Alternatively, you can shorten your trekking duration of EBC if you are constrained by time. Himalaya trip designs custom itinerary for our clients and if you want we can craft Short Everest Base Camp Trek package based on your preference.

Best Time for Everest Base Camp Trek

Nepal experiences distinct weather patterns categorized into four seasons: Autumn (September-November), Spring (March-May), Summer (June-August), and Winter (December-February). The diverse climatic zones within Nepalese territory include Sub-Alpine, Tropical, Subtropical, and Tundra, contributing to a generally mild temperature. Occasional rain showers are prevalent throughout the region.

Considered ideal by many, Autumn and Spring are the best time for Everest Base Camp Trekking. The weather is clear and offers uninterrupted views of the Himalayan mountains during the September to November and March to May periods. In the high Himalayas, temperatures range from 19.5°C to-14°C in Autumn, while Spring temperatures vary from 24°C to -13°C. The moderate temperature fluctuations make these months optimal for trekking to Everest.

Aside from Spring and Autumn, the Summer season is also suitable for Everest Base Camp Trek best time. The Everest region is situated in a rain-shadow area, resulting in dry conditions even during the Monsoon period. Areas above Namche Bazaar receive minimal rainfall during the summer. However, occasional disruptions to the view of Everest may occur due to monsoon clouds. Flight delays and postponements are common during the summer months due to challenging weather conditions.

Duration of Everest Base Camp Trek

You might be wondering How long is the Everest Base Camp trek since the time duration of the trek differs from one company to the other. The shortest trekking time for Everest Base Camp is 12 days. 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek includes 2 days of acclimatization which is enough for adapting your body to the high altitude. Day 3 at Namche Bazaar and Day 6 at Dingboche will be your rest days when you will acclimatize.

Other than this trekking package of Everest Base Camp you can lengthen the duration of trek based on your preference. If you want to take it slow and walk at a steady pace comfortably, you can opt for a 14 days EBC trek. This trek allows you to walk at a comfortable pace 4-5 hours a day and rest at the teahouse. At Himalaya Trip, we custom create your Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary to suit your preference and requirements. Be sure to inquire us to know more.

Note that flight delays and rescheduling are common in Lukla air routes. Pertaining to the weather anomalies in the area, there are several delays caused by flights. It is advised that you set aside at least 2-3 days additional in case of such unforeseen circumstances. In case of flight cancellations, you can choose to fly to Lukla on a helicopter which is the best possible alternative. Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu heli cost $500 one way per person. One Heli can accommodate upto 5 passengers, so the lower the number in your group, higher the cost.

Everest Base Camp trek guide

A professional trekking guide is of utmost essence for any kind of trekking in Nepal. The trails, terrain and topography of Everest region might be sketchy and confusing for trekkers. The pathway diverges at many points leading to various villages spread across the Solukhumbu district. Additionally, since this is a high altitude traverse that includes reaching up the elevation beyond 5000 meters, there is high risk of Acute Mountain Sickness, commonly known as Altitude Sickness. Beside these, there are lots of physical and geographical risks that are associated with trekking in the Himalayas. If you want Everest Base Camp trek solo, we don't recommend doing that. With a professional guide you will always be on the safer end and have reliable partner in case of any disturbances

Himalaya Trip provides every one of its trekking group with a reliable, licenced trekking guide. Having a trekking guide for Everest Base Camp Trek ensures you have a safe and comfortable trekking experience. We provide professionally trained guides with years of experience in the Himalayas who have the capacity to provide an amazing experience. Guides and Porters for Everest Base Camp Trek are included in the Everest Base Camp Trek Package of Himalaya Trip.

Everest Base Camp Trek map

An essential for trekking Everest Base Camp is a reliable map of the region. While various types of maps are available in the market, it is crucial to ensure that the chosen Everest Base Camp Trek Map contains comprehensive information. Although offline digital maps accessible on the internet are reliable, it's important to consider the possibility of power shortages during the trek, especially at higher altitudes beyond Dingboche village.

In such instances, having a physical map becomes invaluable, offering much-needed guidance when power supplies are interrupted. Himalaya Trip understands the significance of a detailed map and provides one for all its customers. The map of Everest Base Camp Trek offered intricate details about stopovers, geography, terrains, emergency services, and other vital information. Each trekker is provided with a copy of this map, ensuring they have a clear understanding of what to expect during their trekking days.

Everest Base Camp Trek cost

The cost of any trekking in Nepal differs based on various factors. You can find agencies that offer difference rates for similar kind of trekking packages. The cost of Everest Base Camp Trek varies among different trekking agencies. Several factors contribute to the overall cost for Everest Base Camp Trek. Established trekking companies with a long history in the industry may charge higher prices compared to newer companies. The cost of a trekking package is also influenced by the length of the itinerary and what is included in the package.

Himalaya Trip offers a comprehensive Everest Base Camp Trekking Package at reasonable rates. The total cost depends on factors such as the number of people in a group, the time of the year, and the type of accommodation chosen in Kathmandu. Larger groups generally enjoy lower costs per person. Additionally, opting for a high-end hotel in Kathmandu may increase the overall price of the trek. It's important to note that the cost is relative and can be better understood by reaching out to us for more detailed information about the Everest Base Camp Trek Cost.

Foods Menu for Everest Base Camp Trek

The Lodges of Everest Base Camp Trek have a Menu; you will have your own choice. The foods are hygienic. But it is not like city food. Non-veg foods are not recommended. It is not hygienic.

  • Breakfast: Simple Breakfast (Eggs any item with hashbrown potato, toast or Gurung or Tibetan Bread, Pancake, Muesli, Oat Porridge, etc.)
  • Lunch: Nepali Thali (Plain Rice, Lentil soup, Potato Curry, Green Vegetable, Papadam, Tomato Hot spicy, Chicken curry optional), Macaroni, Spaghetti, Potato item, Mo.Mo or dumplings, Pizza, fried rice, Fried Noodles, French fries, etc.
  • Dinner: Nepali Thali (Plain Rice, Lentil soup, Potato Curry, Green Vegetable, Papadam, Tomato Hot spicy or pickle, Chicken curry optional), Macaroni, Spaghetti, Potato item, Mo.Mo or dumplings, Pizza, fried rice, Fried Noodles, French fries, etc.
  • Dessert: Fresh Fruit (Apple, orange, pomegranates, Banana with any seasonal fruit) serve as sweet dessert.

Note: All the drinks soft, hot, and hard drinks are not included.

When Is The Best Time To Do Everest Base Camp Trek?

We organize Everest Base Camp Trek every day for a whole year. But if you are planning to do this trek at the best time. We recommend the following time.

  • Winter (December – February): This is the coldest time of the year. It will be difficult to trek because there will be heavy snow.
  • Spring (March–May): This is the best time to trek on the Everest Base Camp trek. You will have wonderful weather with warm temperatures. You will also have a chance to see the Rhododendron flowers.
  • Summer (June – August): This is a monsoon in Nepal. There are chances of rain every day and it will be cloudy. There is a chance to cancel the flight. A rain poncho or rain jacket is needed.
  • Autumn (September – November): This is another best time to do this trek. After the rainy season. It will be fresh and clear weather will appear. It will be warm temperature.

Packing List for Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Trekking boots (If new boots are purchased, “break them in” to avoid blisters) and spare laces
  • Hat (Warm), scarf and gloves
  • Trousers (Warm trousers are useful higher up in the mountains in the morning and at night.
  • Running shoes, sandals, or thongs (To wear in the camp at night or when your boots are wet).
  • Shorts and trousers
  • Wool-blend socks, liner socks, and underwear (three pairs)
  • Thermal underwear
  • Sunhat
  • Fleece jacket
  • T-shirts (two or three) and a long-sleeved shirt with a collar (a long-sleeved – shirt is particularly suitable for avoiding sunburn.)
  • Laundry soap powder or bar
  • Toilet paper
  • Sunscreen (SPF 20+) and lip balm
  • Sunglasses
  • Pocket knife
  • Iodine,water-purification tablets, or filter
  • Insect repellent ( for lower elevation)
  • Stuff sacks
  • Earplugs
  • Backpack
  • Sleeping back and silk liner
  • Water bottle
  • Torch (flashlight), spare batteries and bulbs
  • Duffle bag
  • Crampon
  • Down jacket or down vest
  • Camera, memory card, and battery charger( spare batteries)
  • Books and magazines
  • Trekking poles
  • Quick-drying camp towel
  • Day pack (This is a small rucksack to carry personal requirements for the day e.g. toilet items, cameras, towel, soap, chocolate bar, etc.)
  • 2-4 large plastic bags: to separate clean clothes from dirty ones
  • Personal medical supplies

Everest Base Camp Trek FAQs

The kids having good health, sound physical and mental fitness, and strong determination can do this trek accompanied by parents and under strict guidance.

Important Note

Available of the trip

We organise small group private trip. If you are 2 or more people in your group, you may book any dates.

Travel Insurance

The travel insurance is need in case of any emergency. It is recommend to have.  If you are doing short  and low elevation trek, you can do normal insurance. But if you are doing high altitude or adventure trek, you should have emergency rescue.

Last Minute booking

Normally, trekkers plan the trip before 3-9 months.  Some trekkers decide the trip in last minutes. It is also possible to book your trek at last minutes. For the Last minutes booking, you need to make a full payment.


Tipping is highly expected. Our staffs try their best during the trip. After the trip, Tipping is expected. It is not fixed amount or percentage. We recommend the tipping according to their services.


When you are travelling, the safety is most important. For the safety of our clients, we trained our guide and porters. They are all register trekking / Tour  / Climbing guide and experience porters.

Extra personal expenses

For the extra expenses, it is good to bring USD / Euro / Pound Sterling or ther currency. You may change to Nepali Rupees (NPR) at Tribhuwan International Airport or near your Hotel in Kathmandu. You will use only Nepali rupees during the trip.

Nepal visa

Accept few countries , you will get on arrival Nepal’s Visa at the Tribhuwan International Airport or Nepal board. I recommend to fill up Nepal Visa online form and bring it with you. It will be faster and easy for you and visa fee is recommended to bring cash US dollar. You can’t pay by using credit card.

Trip extension or Itinerary Disclaimer

We organize small group private trip. The trip extension is possible but you have to figure out when you booking the trip.

Group joing and Fixed departure

Most of the time, we have small group private trip. Group joining or fixed departure will be available only at the clients request. 

Luggage store

You are not taking all the lugguage on the trek. You will take only necessary gears on the trek and rest of the gears, you will store at your Hotel in Kathmandu or Pokhara or in our office in Kathmandu. All the Hotels have free luggage store services. It is more convenient to store at your Hotel.

Responsible travel

  • Ask permission to photograph people.
  • Do not remove or purchase antiques, it is illegal.
  • Avoid wearing revealing clothes and avoid outward displays of physical affection.
  • Do not anything to disturb environment or wild animals.

Domestic flight

Normally, domestic flight is not on time. If you have international flight with domestic connection flight. It is always better to keep some gaps.

Trek Booking

For the Booking, we need passport copy, passport size photo by email or What's App  and 20% deposit.

Why Himalaya Trip ?

  • Fast response
  • Small group private trek
  • Safety is top priority
  • Recommended on TripAdvisor
  • Tailor made itinerary
  • Seasonal package
  • 200 plus  trekkers take service every year
  • 30-40% repeated customer


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