Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek
- group size
- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
- Sept - Nov & Mar - May
The Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek offers a luxurious journey to the base camp. It offers the greatest luxury experience in the Himalayas, in contrast to the traditional Everest Base Camp journey.
In the Everest trekking zone of Nepal, good lodging is available for this walk. Additionally, enjoy delicious regional Nepali food and hike the traditional path to EBC. Our travel specialists carefully craft a unique 12-day itinerary for our luxurious Everest base camp trek. You will have a terrific time exploring Nepal’s gorgeous Himalayan landscape and rich culture on this tour.
For those who dream of experiencing the trek in luxury and comfort, the Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek might be the adventure of a lifetime. The tour provides a cozy travel amid breathtaking alpine scenery. Discover glaciers, old Buddhist monasteries, and the Khumbu icefalls. Witness dawns and dusks above snow-covered peaks and a variety of plants and animals.
Luxury here denotes that we are discussing the most basic one. Because of the high elevations, the five-star classifications are not available here. We offer luxury with our staff services and lodging during the hike and stay in Kathmandu. It’s a nice experience to do base camp while staying in opulent lodges and the best tea house along the route. We can also arrange to stay in, for instance, a five-star hotel in Kathmandu both before and after the hike.
Best time for the Trek
The best seasons to go for an Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek are spring (March–May) and fall (September–November–December). For high-altitude trekking, the tour that includes luxurious lodge stays is the ideal choice.
Highlights of Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek
- Sagarmatha National Park is the highest point in the globe. Enjoy the wonderful trek there.
- Discover the distinctive customs, culture, and aboriginal way of life of the Sherpas.
- Visit the oldest Tengboche Buddhist monasteries in the whole Everest region.
- Reach new heights and get the opportunity to witness amazing vistas of the Khumbu IceFall and glaciers.
Difficulty for Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek
The level of difficulty of the Everest Base Camp trip, one of the top trekking routes in Nepal. The trek to Everest Base Camp has a moderate difficulty rating. Even yet, the difficulties are thrilling and unforgettable, pushing you to your limits and leaving you in awe. The views are also stunning. This isn’t your average travel experience.
This journey goes to the base of the highest mountain in the world, where imposing glaciers and biting winds provide an unforgiving landscape. You will exert yourself physically and mentally to the limit for days, climbing dangerous footbridges over raging rivers, negotiating steep inclines, and getting used to the thin mountains.
You can participate in the Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek if you are in good physical and mental health. Our porters and guides have extensive training specifically for traveling across the Himalayas. They will guide you to the World’s Highest Peak Base Camp, an amazing location.
Arrival in Kathmandu Nepal 1,350 Meters/30-Minute drive
On the first day of the journey, the adventure begins with the arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal, located at an elevation of 1,350 meters. The travelers embark on a 30-minute pressure to attain the vibrant and culturally wealthy capital city. As the vehicle runs through the bustling streets, a sensory tapestry unfolds, supplying glimpses of the city’s particular allure.
Kathmandu, nestled in the Kathmandu Valley, is famous for its historical significance, historic temples, and vibrant markets. The air is filled with a mix of fragrances from avenue food stalls, the sounds of honking motors, and the colorful sights of traditional structures.
This marks the end of an exploration into the coronary heart of Nepal, in which the fusion of tradition and modernity awaits the keen adventurers.
Kathmandu – Ramechhap to Lukla flight 35 minutes to Phakding 2,652meters/ 3-4 hours
On the first day of the journey, the travelers start their trek from Kathmandu. The day’s itinerary entails a flight from Kathmandu to Ramechhap, followed by a connecting flight to Lukla, which lasts approximately 35 minutes.
Lukla(2,860m), perched at an elevation of 2,860m meters, serves as the gateway to the Everest Region and is famed for its challenging and exhilarating airstrip. Upon landing in Lukla, the trek formally kicks off with a trek to Phakding.
This trek, spanning 3 to 4 hours, takes the explorers via picturesque landscapes filled with lush greenery, old-fashioned villages, and the melodic glide of rivers. The adventure provides a beautiful hiking journey even as it allows trekkers to acclimatize to the growing altitude.
Phakding, located at 2,652 meters, provides a serene setting for the first night time’s relaxation, presenting a glimpse into the specific combo of natural beauty and cultural richness that defines the Everest region.
Phakding to Namche Bazaar 3,440 meters/ 5-6 hours
On the second day of the trek, the adventure continues from the tranquil village of Phakding closer to the iconic Namche Bazaar. The trek spans approximately 5 to 6 hours, and as adventurers ascend, the landscape evolves, offering a lovely landscape of the Himalayan terrain.
The trail follows the Dudh Koshi River, crossing suspension bridges filled with colorful prayer flags. Trekkers walk via dense forests packed with rhododendron and pine bushes, catching occasional glimpses of snow-capped peaks inside the distance.
As the trek progresses, the hard ascent brings the adventurers to Namche Bazaar, a bustling market city and the gateway to the Khumbu Region.
Situated at an altitude of 3,440 meters, Namche Bazaar is nestled within a herbal amphitheater surrounded by mountains. The town is not best for acclimatization but additionally a cultural hub, proposing local markets, stores, and teahouses.
The panoramic views of Everest and the encompassing peaks from Namche Bazaar are awe-inspiring, presenting worthwhile fruits to the day’s trek.
Trekkers can immerse themselves within the vibrant surroundings of this Himalayan city and relax, preparing for the challenges and adventures that lie beforehand inside the Everest region.
Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar 3,440 meters
The third day of the trek is for acclimatization in Namche Bazaar. Recognizing the significance of adapting to the increasing altitude, this rest day allows trekkers to acclimate to the high elevation of 3,440 meters.
During this acclimatizing day, trekkers have the opportunity to discover the fascinating city, engage with the neighborhood Sherpa people, and enjoy the breathtaking views of the beautiful peaks, consisting of the towering Everest.
Namche Bazaar to Tengboche 3,867 meters/ 5-6 hours
On the fourth day of the trek, trekkers travel from Namche Bazaar to the serene village of Tengboche. The 5 to 6-hour trek showcases rhododendron-stuffed landscapes and beautiful views of the Himalayan peaks. Tengboche, at 3,867 meters, is famed for its historical monastery set in the back of Ama Dablam.
This cultural gem offers a moment of enjoyment by providing panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse. The night in Tengboche invites trekkers to take in the spiritual ambiance and put together for the next stage of the journey, marked with the aid of the anticipation of what lies beforehand inside the Everest region.
Tengboche to Dingboche 4,360 meters/ 5-6 hours
On the fifth day of the trek, the adventure continues from Tengboche to Dingboche. The trek, taking approximately 5 to 6 hours, takes trekkers via varying landscapes and growing elevations. As trekkers ascend, they can enjoy the lovely views of snow-capped peaks and alpine terrain.
Dingboche, situated at 4,360 meters, welcomes trekkers with its high-altitude beauty. The village is nestled in a picturesque valley, surrounded by majestic mountains. The day’s trek affords a gradual acclimatization to the higher elevation, allowing trekkers to regulate the thinning air.
Upon reaching Dingboche, trekkers can enjoy the specific cultural and natural beauty of the vicinity. The village offers breathtaking views of Ama Dablam and the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge, after which you can also enjoy the evening’s relaxation.
As the journey progresses, each step brings trekkers towards the remaining goal of achieving Everest Base Camp, making Dingboche a beautiful point in the adventure.
Acclimatization Day in Dingboche 4,360 meters
On the trek’s six days of acclimatization, We rest in Dingboche. Because of the increasing popularity of Everest base Camp Trek, it is becoming a bustling location.
Dingboche to Lobuche 4,910 meters/ 5-6 hours
On the seven day, the trek progresses from Dingboche to Lobuche, a 5 to 6-hour trip. As the landscape evolves into rugged Himalayan terrain, trekkers acclimatize to higher altitudes, reaching the village of Lobuche at 4910 meters.
This marks a widespread milestone, with breathtaking perspectives of towering peaks. The night time in Lobuche lets in for rest, getting ready for trekkers for the final stretch to the beautiful Everest Base Camp.
Lobuche to Gorak Shape 5,140 meters/ 3-4 hours. (Visit Everest Base Camp 5,340m)
On the eighth day, the trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep takes approximately three to four hours, reaching an altitude of 5,140 meters.
The day’s highlight is the go to Everest Base Camp at 5,340 meters, a momentous revel in surrounded by using the towering peaks of the Himalayas. Afterward, trekkers return to Gorak Shep for properly deserved relaxation, marking a pivotal success in the adventure.
Gorak Shep to Pheriche 4,240 meters/ 5-6 hours. (Morning walk to Kalpathar 5,555m then back to the hotel then walk to Pheriche)
On the ninth day, the trek descends from Gorak Shep to Pheriche, covering a distance of 5 to 6 hours and achieving an altitude of 4,240 meters. The morning starts with an invigorating stroll to Kala Patthar at 5,555 meters, presenting lovely panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, along with Everest.
After this breathtaking revel in, trekkers return to their lodge in Gorak Shep earlier than persevering with the adventure to Pheriche.
The descent from the higher altitudes to Pheriche offers a possibility for trekkers to steadily acclimatize to lower elevations. Pheriche, located at 4,240 meters, offers a picturesque view surrounded by mountains.
This leg of the adventure permits each mirrored image of the achievements of the trek and the entertainment of the herbal beauty that characterizes the Everest region. The day concludes with a properly-deserved rest in Pheriche.
Pheriche to Namche Bazaar 3,440 meters/ 4-5 hours
On the tenth day, the trek descends from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar, taking about four to five hours. The trail offers various landscapes and a mix of descents and ascents, imparting a unique attitude to the adventure.
Reaching Namche Bazaar at 3,440 meters, trekkers can reflect on their achievements and immerse themselves in the vibrant atmosphere of the city. The evening in Namche Bazaar marks the conclusion of this high-quality trek through the breathtaking landscapes of the Everest region.
Namche - Monju to Lukla 2,800 meters/ 5-6 hours
The last day of the journey will be here. To spend our final night in the Everest Region, we traveled to Lukla. additionally, board the flight to Kathmandu
Lukla - Ramechhap to Kathmandu 1,350 meters/ 35 minutes by flight
Following breakfast, we take a picturesque flight to Kathmandu, leaving behind the splendor and luxury of the Everest trekking.
And the guide will check you into your hotel in Kathmandu so you may spend your last night in Nepal there. Later in the afternoon or evening, you can go shopping, and explore the neighborhood markets.
- International airport pick-up and drop service
- 1-night 4-star hotel in Kathmandu before the trek.
- Kathmandu to Ramechhap by Bus.
- Ramechhap to Lukla by flight.
- Lukla to Ramechhap by Flight.
- Ramechhap to Kathmandu by drive.
- Both-way Airport Tax.
- Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner with Tea/Coffee along the trek).
- Lodge accommodation on the way.
- License holder guide (Including his salary, equipment, flight fare, insurance, Lodging, and Food)
- Strong mountain porter (Including his salary, equipment, flight fare, insurance, Lodging, and Food 2 guest equal to one)
- Equipment; Down Jacket, Sleeping Bags.
- Legal documents (National Park permit, Local government fee, and Guide entrance fee).
- All Gov Taxes.
- Trekking and city map.
- Duffle bag if needed.
- First aid medical box.
- Some fresh and dry fruits along the trek.
- Token of love from the company.
- Farewell lunch/dinner.
- Extra night accommodation and food in Kathmandu.
- Travel insurance along the trek and travel period.
- Hard and soft table drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer, etc.
- Personal expenses (laundry, bar bill, telephone, extra helper, battery charge shower, and boiled water).
- Tips are expected.
Difficulty of the trek
The goal of luxury treks is usually to enhance the comfort of the vacation by offering superior lodging, knowledgeable guides, and extra facilities. The biggest challenge of any Everest Base Camp expedition, whether it be standard or luxurious, is adjusting to high altitudes.
You may experience altitude sickness during the trek, which ascends to 5,364 meters above sea level. Every day, you will spend many hours trekking, with varying walks lasting different amounts of time. Although luxurious treks may include more opulent lodging and amenities, the daily walking lengths may be comparable to those of regular treks.
The trekking routes might be difficult because of their uneven paths, rocky terrain, and steep ascents and descents. So, you should be fit for this trek
Accommodation of the trek
We offer the best lodging possible for your Luxury Everest base camp Trek. During this opulent journey, your pleasure is our first concern. Thus, we’ll offer the greatest accommodation and dining in a cozy, tranquil setting. Our unique Luxury Everest vacation includes four nights in a Kathmandu hotel, rated five stars.
Additionally, you’ll stay in opulent lodges and the greatest hotels in the Himalayas for ten nights. One individual can find accommodations in luxury lodges and Kathmandu for a single room. Local lodges might not be able to accommodate this choice. It is also possible to reserve a single room for an extra fee.
Safety and Security:
As a regional trekking trip, we have been leading first-rate Luxury Everest expeditions. For your trekking experience in Nepal, security and safety are our top priorities. For your Everest Base Camp Luxury trek, a knowledgeable English-speaking local guide will lead the way.
They are incredibly adept at handling a variety of circumstances. Additionally, being courteous and friendly will facilitate your travels. Our guide will accompany you on your trek to provide a worry-free and safe journey. And they’ll return you to Kathmandu securely. We’ll also assign porters according to your choices.
How high is Everest Base Camp?
The height of Kathmandu is 1,320 meters (4,330 feet), while the height of Everest Base Camp is 5,364 meters (17,598 feet). The “Gateway to Everest” in Lukla is 2,804 meters (9,200 feet) high, and the “Sherpa Capital” in Namche Bazaar is 3,440 meters (11,286 feet) high.