Everest Base Camp Trek
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The most well-known trekking route in the world is the Everest Base Camp Trek, and everyone has heard of Mount Everest. Both the ascent and the descent of the mountain, mountaineers use the base camps, which are basic tents at the foot of Mount Everest.
The popularity of the Everest Base Camp trek is due to this.
Everest is only one of the breathtaking sights throughout the EBC climb. Reaching the base of the world’s tallest mountain is an incredible feat that is absolutely worth the effort. The Everest base camp trek is not far from Kathmandu. 5,364 meters above sea level, in the Khumbu Region, Everest Base Camp approximately 200–300 kilometers from Kathmandu.
It is being able to boast that you have been to the world’s tallest mountain. In addition, the Solu (down to Lukla) and Khumbu (up to Lukla) regions, where Mt. Everest and its accompanying other many peaks exist, provide stunning landscapes and outgoing Sherpa inhabitants. With snow-capped peaks rising above the Khumbu glacier and a pleasant climb to Everest Base Camp, the sunrise vista from Kalapathar’s 5,550-meter summit of Mount Everest is like looking into a mirror. The Khumbu Glacier is present along the last leg of the route to one of the Everest Base Camps.
The EBC Trek is easily accessible by foot and is one of the significant locations to see at least once in your lifetime. Everest hiking is noted for its friendly Sherpa inhabitants, vibrant festivals, and Buddhists.
And monasteries with vibrant prayer flags along the hiking route to Everest base camp. Everest Base Camp is located within Sagarmatha National Park. The Khumbu area includes the Everest region. Also, it was confined in Sagarmatha National Park, a place of international significance.
Sagarmatha is a beautiful region with majestic mountains, glaciers, and deep valleys, where Mount Everest lies. The snow leopard and the smaller panda are just two of the endangered creatures that call the area home. Because of the Sherpas’ presence there and their unique culture, this place is more alluring.
Because Mount Everest, at 8848 meters, is famous as Sagarmatha in Nepal. The Nepalese camp in the Khumbu region, often known as Everest Base Camp, is where this famous hike ends. The inhabitants of the Khumbu area are well-known climbers. The expedition crew will keep an eye on things throughout this testing phase in March, April, and May with the goal of reaching the summit of the planet. And many hikers travel to Nepal for vacations, hiking in the Everest region.
It is best to visit Everest Base Camp on either side of the monsoon season. It lasts from late May to mid-Sept. The main trekking seasons are from the end of September to the beginning of November. And from February to May, when Base Camp temperatures can drop as low as -6°C and conditions are often stable. Normally, it takes 12–14 days of strenuous hiking to cover the 130-kilometer (80-mile) distance from Lukla. Therefore, even on your “rest days,” you must walk!
Arrival in Nepal Airport 1350mtrs 30 Min.
Welcome to Himalayas Nepal! We pick up you from Tribhuvan International Airport and drop you at your hotel where you had booked. After resting some hours and we come there to brief about our Everest Base Camp Trek.
Kathmandu to Lukla flight 35m to Phakding 2652 Mtrs 2-3 hrs.
We fly to Lukla 2800mtrs after 30 minutes and we prepare our luggage to make it easy to carry for the helper and start to walk through Khumbu flat and trek for about three to four hours to Phakding overnight at the lodge.
Phakding to Namche Bazaar 3440 Mtrs 5-6 hrs.
After breakfast we start to walk and continue uphill along the bank of the Dudh Kosi, crossing this majestic river with exciting suspension bridges laden with prayer flags and reaching the village of Monju the entrance gate of the Sagarmatha National Park. When entering the National park boundary we walk down and a gradual walk brings us to the suspension bridge over the Bhote-Koshi river to Jorsalle village after Jorsalle again crosses Bhote Kosi then the trail climbs steeply with breathing views to the last village Namche Bazaar as well as can see Mt. Everest way to Namche. Namche is a prosperous trading town and gateway to the Khumbu region.
Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar 3440 Mtrs.
Namche Bazaar (3440mtrs) is the unofficial capital of the Khumbu region of Nepal and is an acclimatization point for trekkers and climbers heading for Mount Everest base camp. Namche Bazaar is the best place to acclimatize pushing you to go to Everest Base Camp destination for all trekkers. You have full-day leisure so we also take an interesting side hike up to Everest View Point hotel which is 400mtrs up from Namche Bazaar to see the wonderful panoramic view as well as Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Thamserku, Kongde, and other snow peaks and they services of ATM`s, trekking shops, Internet cafe, restaurant, bakery; and colorful shop with different varieties market each Friday and Saturday. Also, you can visit Sherpa Museum as well a great place to learn about Sherpa culture and history of mountaineering, and overnight at Namche Bazaar.
Namche Bazaar to Tengboche 3867 mtrs 5-6 hrs.
Everest Base Camp Trek with pleasant walking through the pine and Rhododendron forest toward a magnificent view of Mt. Everest 8848mtrs, Nupse 7879mtrs, Lhotse 8516mtrs, Ama Dablam 6856mtrs, Thamserku and Kwangde peak with the view of the eastern snow-capped mountains. Our trail follows a few ups and downs overlooking a magnificent view of the awesome Himalayas. Walking through this day we can see wild animals like pheasant, musk deer, blue ship, and Himalayan Thar. The trail passes down to Kayangjuma and eventually reaches Sansa which is the major trail junction to go to Gokyo Valley and Everest Base Camp. Then the trail follows through the pine forests and after we cross the prayer flags wood bridge over Dudh Koshi River, we reach Phunki Tanga to have lunch. After having lunch at Phunki Tanga, we climb uphill of the pine forest and reach the Buddhist Monastery place of Tengboche. We can visit the monastery during prayer time and overnight at the lodge.
Tengboche to Dingboche 4360 mtrs 5-6 hrs.
The trail descends to Debuche, winding through the Rhododendron Forest to Debuche, crosses another exciting suspension bridge on the Imja Khola, and climbs up to Pangboche with thousands of Chorten with stones. Our uphill trek continues, taking us to the traditional Sherpa village of Dingboche with its fantastic views of Lhotse, Island Peak, and Ama Dablam. Dingboche is also the gateway to Chhukung and further, beyond for the most challenging traverses towards Makalu area and Hinko Valley via Sherpani col 6,100m and Amphu Laptsa pass 5,780m and overnight at lodge.
Acclimatization Day in Dingboche 4360 mtrs.
This is the second rest day you have helped to push up your destination of the trek. You can utilize your full-day resting or there are some places where you can hike for a day to Chhukung 44730mtrs, it takes 3-4 hours along the Imjatse Valley either towards the Chhukum Ri 5550mtrs quite far and there are tea houses in Chhukum to have lunch or site trip to the Nagarjun viewpoint, a fantastic view for many high mountains including Mt.Makalu 8475mtrs, Ama Dablam 6856mtrs, Island peak 6183mtrs, Tawache 6367mtrs, Cholatche 6335mtrs, and other snow peaks. After enjoying a stroll back to Dingboche overnight at the lodge.
Dingboche to Lobuche 4910 mtrs 5-6 hrs.
This day turns to the north, the trail is gradually up for about an hour as we come to a Mani prayer Stupa and walk through the mountain flat viewing Pheriche village down there. The trek terminal moraine of the Khumbu glacier and cross the wooden bridge then will reach Thukla 4620mtrs, which is nice rest for lunch. After having hungry lunch we continue uphill to Thukla Pass 4830mtrs, at the top of the right we can see memorials with prayer flags with a name and countries of mountaineers. From here, in about half an hour will reach Lobuche 4910mtrs overnight at the lodge.
Lobuche to Gorak Shape 5140 mtrs 3-4 hrs.
After breakfast, we start our trek to Gorakshep and along the windy and rocky trail gradually uphill to Gorak Shep after walking 3-4 hours. This lags offers a fantastic view of Mt. Pumori 7161mtrs, Mt Nuptse 7855mtrs, other peaks, Everest base camp 5364mtrs, Kalapathar 5550mtrs and beneath the Gorakshep valley included top of the world Mount Everest 8848mtrs and check-in at the lodge as well as after the lunch, our adventure keeping towards Everest Base Camp 5364mtrs crossing through Khumbu glacier, rocky path. After 2- 3 hours reach Everest Base Camp, during the spring season (March, April, and May) there will be many groups of mountaineering in colorful tents and many people will be there. We can enjoy some hour in Everest Base Camp, Khumbu glacier with Carapaces and back to Gorak Shape for overnight at lodge.
Gorak Shape to Pheriche 4240 Mtrs 5-6 hrs.
Early in the morning hike to Kala Patthar 5550mtrs for the best sunrise view of the Mt. Everest 8848mtrs as well as many others like Nuptse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam along with the entire mountain view of Khumbu Himalayas range after 2 hours walk reach on the Top of Viewpoint with fresh morning air from Mt. Everest. Enjoying some hours on the top of Kala Patthar taking a nice photo attached with Mount Everest then back to Gorak Shep, have breakfast, and trek down to Pheriche overnight at the lodge.
Pheriche to Namche Bazaar 3440 Mtrs 4-5 hrs.
On this day we trek down along the yak grazing place Somare and passing through Sherpa village Pangboche and along the Dudh Kosi River through a magnificent rhododendron forest reach to Tengboche and after that down to the Phungi Tanga then cross the wooden bridge and climb up to Sansa, Kyang jump then following Nepali flat and down to Namche Bazaar overnight at lodge.
Namche - Monju to Lukla 2800 mtrs 5-6 hrs.
The trek all the way down to Dudh Kosi and River from Base Camp and joint point then cross the suspension bridge and passing through noticing impressive faith and Buddhism Culture of Prayers Chorten and Prayer flags when we walk crossing Sherpa villages of Jorsalle, Exit gate of Sagarmatha National Park, Monju, Phakding and your last night in mountain sleep at Lukla and enjoy with your staff and make them happy overnight at Lukla.
Lukla to Kathmandu 1350 Mtrs 35 Min.
Fly back to Kathmandu in the morning and rest of the time take a rest or buy some things for your family, friends, and relatives from Himalayas Nepal overnight at a hotel at your own expense.
- International airport pick up and drop service
- Hotel to Airport by taxi.
- Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu by Flight.
- Both way Airport Tax.
- Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner along the trek).
- Lodge accommodation on the way (simple one).
- License holder guide (Including his salary, equipment, flight fare, insurance, Lodging, and Food)
- Equipment; Down Jacket, Sleeping Bags.
- Legal documents (National park permit and TIMS card).
- 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 or 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 for guide.
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I recently had the incredible opportunity to embark on the Everest Base Camp Trek, and I must say, it exceeded all of my expectations in every way possible. From the jaw-dropping landscapes to the warm hospitality of the local Sherpa community, this trek is undoubtedly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Everest Base Camp Trek is an absolute must for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts. It’s a journey that challenges you physically and mentally, rewards you with breathtaking vistas, and immerses you in a unique and rich cultural experience. The memories made and the lessons learned during this trek will stay with me forever. If you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure that pushes your limits and offers a glimpse into the majestic world of the Himalayas, look no further than the Everest Base Camp Trek.
At last, I enjoyed this trek with my guide Deepak Gurung. And it is all possible through Himalaya Guide Nepal Local trekking in Nepal.
The Everest Base Camp Trek is a remarkable and iconic journey that offers adventurers a chance to immerse themselves in the breathtaking landscapes and culture of the Himalayas. I cross through charming Sherpa villages, lush forests, ultimately to the base camp of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest. The trail is quite challenging due to elevation but immensely rewarding, providing stunning views of towering peaks, including Everest itself.
Everest Base Camp Trek is a must-do for adventurers seeking an unforgettable combination of stunning landscapes, cultural insights, and the personal accomplishment of reaching the base of the world’s highest peak.
My decision to start the Everest Base Camp (EBC) climb has forever changed the way I view adventure and has pushed me beyond my comfort zone. This trek, which is frequently referred to as the ultimate pilgrimage for hikers, is more than just a physical ascent; it is a life-altering event that redefines one’s relationship with the environment, culture, and oneself.
I enjoy this trekking when I am in Everest base camp.
Anaya Anand AshirgadeIndia
A 12-Day Everest Base Camp Trek: A Journey Beyond Expectations
Embarking on the 12-day Everest Base Camp trek was a decision that yielded an experience far beyond my expectations. From the very first day, the adventure immersed me in a world of wonderful landscapes and cultural wonders. The well-paced itinerary ensured a gradual acclimatization, allowing us to savor every moment and take in the remarkable scenery without feeling rushed. Each day’s trek was a revelation, with verdant forests, charming Sherpa villages, and suspension bridges that seemed to link worlds together. The final ascent to Everest Base Camp itself was a culmination of effort and determination, rewarded by the awe-inspiring sight of the world’s highest peak.
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A Majestic Odyssey to the Roof of the World – The Everest Base Camp Trek
I did Everest Base Camp Trek with Himalaya Guide Nepal and my guide was Dinesh Gurung. He is educated and has a huge knowledge of the Everest base camp. It is an unparalleled masterpiece in the realm of adventure. From the very start, as you embark on this transformative trip, you are swept away by the enchanting landscapes that unfurl before your eyes. Every step is a symphony of rocky beauty, from emerald forests to ice-carved valleys, leading you to the crescendo: the iconic Everest Base Camp. The trek is not just a physical sojourn; it’s a spiritual awakening. As you immerse yourself in the tapestry of Sherpa culture, traverse challenging terrains, and rise above altitude obstacles, you come to realize the essence of human determination.
The weather’s capricious dance only adds to the thrill, a reminder of nature’s grandeur and our humble place within it. The Everest Base Camp Trek isn’t just an expedition; it’s a pilgrimage of personal growth, cultural discovery, and boundless admiration for the world’s highest peaks. It’s an odyssey that echoes in your heart long after the last footprint has faded from the trail. I do not hesitate to recommend this company for your base camp trek in Nepal.
Starting the Everest Base Camp Trek is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that provides an immersive trip through breathtaking landscapes and vibrant Sherpa culture. The trail’s spectacular scenery, which includes towering peaks and verdant woods, never fails to astound. Meeting the local people and seeing the famous Everest Base Camp is both inspiring and humbling. This walk is an unforgettable experience that combines natural beauty, cultural knowledge, and personal success, in spite of the physical difficulties and unpredictability of the weather.
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Krishna Kanta VarmaIndia
A Remarkable Journey to Everest Base Camp Trek
The Everest Base Camp Trek is the best trip that transports you into the heart of the majestic Himalayas, offering an experience that is both physically demanding and spiritually rewarding. Embarking on this trek is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the world’s tallest peak, Mt. Everest, up close. Having recently completed this trek, I am compelled to share my thoughts on this extraordinary journey.
The Everest Base Camp Trek is a transformative trip that challenges your physical limits while nurturing your soul. The sense of accomplishment upon reaching the base camp is unparalleled, and the memories forged along the way are priceless. The combination of stunning natural beauty, cultural insights, and personal growth makes this trek an absolute must for adventurers and nature enthusiasts.
In conclusion, the Everest Base Camp Trek is an expedition that will forever be carved in my memory. It’s a fusion of adventure, culture, and natural magnificence that every intrepid traveler should embark upon at least once in their lifetime. So, I highly recommend this company.
Dr. Ken TakadaJapan
Fantastic Everest base camp trek with Himalaya Guide Nepal and Guide Salman Gurung. I had a wonderful trip with HGN Team. We had beautiful Mountain views, culture, and the local sherpa people of the Everest area.
Best trekking company in Nepal for your Everest base camp trip in Nepal. The team had excellent services from airport pick up to whole trekking (We had visited Everest base camp 5310m and Kalapathar 5555m for view) and airport drop fly to home.
So, I really recommended this trekking company and Guide Salman Gurung.
12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek
12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek, Chandra was my personal guide during the 12-day Everest Base Camp Trek in December 2008. I have done many customized tours around the world (Andes, Himalaya). But this is definitely one of the best I have ever experienced. The views and sunsets are awesome. Chandra did an awesome job of listening to my needs and organizing the ideal trip for me.
A very helpful intelligent and kind guide and good company as well! Goes out of his way to assist you in which way he can. I managed to sort out a new camera for myself during (!) the Mount Everest Base Camp trek as mine had broken down. Adventure of a lifetime!
Rishi DattaKolkata, India
Great Experience with Himalaya Guide
I have great Experience with Himalaya Guide, Himalaya Guide Nepal Pvt. Ltd. is one of the best agencies that I met with. Because their guidance and helping hands were always there for us. And we did Mount Everest Base Camp Trek.
Awesome Everest Base Camp Trek
Awesome Everest Base Camp Trek, I cannot tell how happy I was with Himalaya Guide Nepal services. I received this during my October 2016 ‘expedition’ to Everest Base Camp. The company went far and beyond what I needed. Full comprehensive and honest service – very happy and satisfied. And as it is sometimes difficult to decide to whom to entrust ourselves. So, they even organized my very pleasant one-day tour of Kathmandu, with a driver and tour guide. I do thank Himalaya Guide Nepal Pvt. Ltd. for making my experience of going to Mt. Everest Base Camp so pleasant and memorable. Frank – Melbourne, Australia.
J. RobertsNew Zealand
13 Days Everest Base Camp Trek
13 days Everest Base Camp Trek. We made a spur-of-the-moment decision to do this trek. So, contacted Chandra to see if it was possible at such short notice. He responded immediately, in no time at all had everything organized for us, and a week later. We arrived in Kathmandu for our preparation day. This was our second visit to Nepal – last year we trekked the Annapurna Circuit with the same company. Dinesh (Chandra’s younger brother) was our guide. And he arranged for a helper (Suraz) from Lukla who carried our packs.
The trek was very challenging, with the altitude and cold conditions for us. But we had amazing weather and the scenery was spectacular beyond belief. Dinesh is an exceptionally competent guide. Whom we found very caring with a quiet sense of humor. His English is very good which enabled some good discussions regarding Nepalese culture and points of interest. I have no hesitation in recommending this company for trekking in Nepal. And we certainly intend to visit again.
Trekking to the base camp of Mt. Everest was beautiful
Trekking to the base camp of Mt. Everest was beautiful. I spent d days but all of the sights are an awesome and kind guide. It is an unforgettable memory for me. Himalaya Guide Nepal Pvt. Ltd. Trekking company is the best one in Nepal for your trekking and other activities and the guide was the best as well.Thank you for everything.
D. RobertsNew Zealand
Everest Base Camp Trek
After having trekked the Annapurna circuit last year, EBC remained on our list to do. We only decided to do this at very short notice. And sent a tentative inquiry to Chandra to see if it was possible. Within 24 hours everything was organized and off we went. While we had some idea of the demands of trekking in Nepal after Annapurna. EBC is in a completely different league as far as physically challenged. It was definitely a lot harder, given both a prolonged period at higher altitudes. And colder temperatures morning and evening to contend with. On the other side, we had magnificent weather with blue skies every day. So November is definitely a good time to do this trek.
The views were simply stunning. Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, etc. Our guide Dinesh was fantastic, taking care of all the details and looking after us really well. He picked great accommodation for getting us the best rooms in the lodges. Every night he cut up some fresh Jomson apples for us for dessert! The flight into Lukla was amazing and a real highlight. The walk and acclimatization days were all well-planned and most enjoyable. During the day with the sun out, it was very warm. In addition to our guide, we had a helper (Surat)to carry our gear, which I recommend. You don’t have to be super fit to do this walk provide you don’t overstress yourself. I took Diamox (125mg) morning and evening and that helped prevent any symptoms of altitude sickness, which I suffered the year before on Annapurna, where I didn’t take this drug.
Interestingly enough we met a Canadian Neurologist who was also taking Diamox. So, that in my mind click to the fact I was doing the right thing. Chandra and his team at Himalaya Guide Nepal Pvt Limited are great to deal with and would heartily recommend them to anyone. Family-friendly and professional they cover all the basics. Our next trip is to Pokhara and their village.
Richard HazeldineUnited Kingdom
Everest Base Camp Trek – April 2018
Everest Base Camp Trek April 2018. My friend and I recently returned from EBC on a trek organized by Chandra at Himalaya Guide Nepal and I would have to say that it was one of the best trips of my life.
Right from the start when I contacted him via email Chandra was extremely helpful and quick to respond to any concerns or questions we had.
When we arrived (very late) in Kathmandu, representatives were waiting for us at the airport and ferried us to our hotel with no hassle, before our sightseeing trip around Kathmandu the next day. It was a very nice, but long, day but our tour guide was great and very knowledgeable.
Everest Base Camp Trek April 2018, Then the trek itself. It goes without saying that the scenery is unbelievable, but what else can I say except it was amazing? Our guide Nurbu and porter Lakpa took care of absolutely everything. And made us feel very welcome throughout the whole 12 days. Nurbu was extremely informative, very patient (especially with my friend, who was rather slow). With most of all great fun to be with. We looked forward to his nightly briefing with eager anticipation!
Everything ran like clockwork, with breaks, meal times, and teahouses seamlessly organized. So, that we never had to worry about a thing the whole trek.
The only problem we had was with flights in and out of Lukla (we ended up paying extra for helicopter trips due to time constraints). But even then Chandra organized a full refund for our canceled plane flights with no questions asked.
Then when we got back to Katmandu, Chandra took care of us once more, checking to see if we were ok and taking us for a celebration dinner.
What made it more special were the little touches, the fresh fruit after dinner each night. The plaque was presented to us upon completion and the silk scarf was given to us. We left for the airport after an exhausting, but highly enjoyable 15-day trip.
It was a superb experience. So, I would highly recommend Himalaya Guide Nepal to anyone wishing to trek the EBC route.