Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp, the closest you get to Mt. Everest

Duration: 15 Days

Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Visit the World Heritage Site recognized by UNESCO, Sagarmatha National Park
  • Enjoy the panoramic view of Everest (8,848.68 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Cho Oyu (8,201 m), Makalu (8,463 m), and many more peaks.
  • Visit the nearby prayer wheels, prayer flags, and monasteries to purify your spirit.
  • Many species of rare flora and fauna.
  • Spend some time in the Sherpa people’s homeland.
  • At 5,555 meters, Kala Patthar is one of the most breathtaking vistas in the world.
  • Khumbu Glacier at 4,900 m high is the world’s tallest glacier.
  • Lukla Airport (2,845 m) is the world’s most extreme airport.


Trip Duration

15 Days

Maximum Altitude


Trip Grade


Group Size

2-12 People


Trekking and Cultural excursion


Hotel, lodge (tea house)

Everest Base Camp Trek Overview

Getting to the top of the world’s highest mountain is still out of reach for many adventure lovers who want to go on the Everest Base Camp trek. Thousands of people around the world set their sights on the Everest Base Camp Trek because they are determined and love nature. The Nepal Himalayas offer a feeling of grandeur.

Explore the stunning beauty of Sagarmatha National Park on this famous walk through the Khumbu Valley. Viewpoints of the world’s four tallest mountains—Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu along with Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Lobuche are truly amazing.

The hike is an extended experience of the beauty of nature. Sounds of birds, animals, and a rare sighting of Danfe (Himalayan monal), pheasants, and musk deer can be seen. You might also hear the rare snow leopards rumbling through Sagarmatha National Park.

You can see some of the world’s highest villages as you follow the paths of pioneers like Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. You can learn about Sherpa culture and how they feel being connected to the Himalayas. Seeing the sun go down from Kalapatthar is an experience that will stay with you forever. The formation of golden color over the dazzling white mountains will bring tears of joy and an immense feeling of achievement.

The trek through the holy mountains is a magical way to find out more about yourself. The humming sounds coming from monasteries can be heard in the background of the trail. Their strong resonance has a deep effect. The Everest Base Camp trek is a life-changing experience that reconnects trekkers deeply with the majestic Himalayas. It includes visits to local villages and learning about Sherpa’s history and customs.

Everest Base Camp Trek Best Season

In the higher parts of this region, the weather can get really cold and tough. But, there are times when it gets milder which makes it great for trekking. It is important to know the weather patterns when you are planning for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Spring is a super popular season to trek in the Nepal Himalayas. There might still be a bit of snow if winter is ending. But overall, the weather is stable and dry making this season perfect for trekking and climbing. It is also a great time for blooming rhododendrons, and many Everest summits happen in spring. So, in the spring season, you might likely meet lots of climbers.

Autumn is another fantastic season. It’s colder, especially at night, but you get amazing views. Plus, you can explore less crowded routes with equally stunning scenery.

Winter is very cold, but you can still trek. Days are shorter, there’s more snow, and you might cross big passes. The weather is stable and dry, so the classic route is doable. If you don’t mind the cold and want fewer crowds, winter trekking could be for you.

During the monsoon season, it rains a lot. The routes are quiet, with only the bravest trekkers facing the rain. Slippery trails, leeches, and poor mountain views usually discourage most people from visiting.

Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty

Trek to Everest Base Camp is kind of like a moderate-level difficulty. It usually takes about two weeks to complete the trek. You don’t have to be a trekking expert but it is good to be determined and physically fit.

The tough part is dealing with the high altitude and low oxygen levels. The trek starts from 3,000 meters, and the base camp is 5,400 meters above sea level. It is smart to get advice from a doctor and read up on altitude sickness before you start the trek.

Even though the distance isn’t huge, the trek is on high ground and not on nice, smooth paths. It’s more like rocky, steep trails. To get up and down, people use yaks, porters, and Sherpas. They carry stuff, and these guys are like the taxis of Everest Base Camp.

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness can happen when you go to high places like Mount Everest Base Camp without letting your body get used to it. A lot of people worry about how they would feel at such heights before going on a trek to Everest Base Camp. It is important to prepare for Everest Base Camp even if it is not the highest point.

If you are cautious and take the proper precautions, you should simply feel the normal effects of being in a high elevation. However, if you walk too fast then you risk suffering from extreme mountain sickness. This is when your body can’t adjust to the lower oxygen levels as you go higher. Dehydration, drinking alcohol, and not getting enough sleep can also bring altitude sickness.

Being aware of the symptoms and telling your trek leader is essential to avoiding altitude sickness during the Everest Base Camp trip. It is possible to reduce your risk of illness in addition to these additional measures. Making steady progress while taking enough acclimatization to allow your body to acclimate is important. Make sure to sleep in places that are lower than our daily walking routes. We’ll make sure you drink enough water along the way. Drinking at least five liters of water each day on your trek can help you keep hydrated and prevent altitude sickness.

Everest Base Camp Trek Permit

To do the Everest Base Camp Trek, you need two permits. One is the Khumbu Rural Municipality Permit, which costs NPR 2,000 per person for the first four weeks for foreigners. After four weeks, it becomes Rs. 2,500 per person. No VAT is added.

The second permit is the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit. For foreign nationals, it’s NPR 3,000 per person, while for SAARC nationals, it’s NPR 1,500. Nepalis pay NPR 100, and there’s an extra 13% VAT. Kids under 10 enter for free, and you need your passport for this permit.

Food, Accommodation, Transportation

It is crucial to eat the right foods to keep your energy up during the Everest Base Camp Trek. You will mostly find Nepalese food on your trek, which is full of flavors and spices. A common dish is lentil soup (Dal), rice (Bhat), and vegetables (Tarkari), providing the protein and carbs you need for long hikes.

What’s special about this trek is the variety of accommodations available. Small lodges are scattered along the trail, offering basic amenities and a unique cultural experience. Though simple, these lodges give you a cozy place to rest after a day of trekking. The rooms vary from more comfortable Western-style toilets to basic squat toilets, depending on the location.

The Everest Base Camp trek starts with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The flight takes about 30-40 minutes which is the quickest and most reliable transportation. If you’re on a tight schedule or prefer a more comfortable trek, you can even do an Everest Base Camp trek with a helicopter tour. For those with more time, there’s also the option of a longer trek from Jiri to Everest Base Camp.

Everest Base camp Trek packing list:


  • Moisture-wicking long-sleeve t-shirts (3)
  • Moisture-wicking short-sleeve t-shirt (1)
  • Heavy fleece or down jacket
  • Gortex or waterproof jacket with hood
  • Windbreaker
  • Rain poncho
  • Fleece pants
  • Trekking pants (2)
  • Hiking shorts (2)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Hiking socks (10)
  • Warm thermal socks (1)
  • Long underwear (2)
  • Underwear (10)
  • Hiking boots with ankle support
  • Camp shoes or tennis shoes
  • Light inner gloves/glove liners
  • Insulated wool or down mittens/gloves
  • Sunglasses
  • Broad-brimmed hat
  • Neck gaiter or bandana (for sun protection)
  • Wool hat or balaclava (should cover ears)
  • Gaiters (needed Dec-Feb)
  • Sweatshirt (optional)Sock liners (optional)

Trekking Gear & Supplies

  • Duffel bag for carrying gear via porters (provided by Family Adventure Treks  if you’re trekking with us)
  • 40 Liter Day pack for carrying what you need on the trail
  • Waterproof cover for day pack
  • Water bottles or hydration bladder (i.e. CamelBak)
  • Sleeping bag rated to -18°C/ 0°F (available for rental if you’re trekking Everest Base Camp through Family Adventure Treks )
  • Trekking poles
  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Lightweight water filter or iodine water tablets (personal preference)
  • Hand warmers
  • Travel pillow or pillowcase
  • Sleeping bag stuff sack
  • Dry bags in several sizes
  • Stuff sacks for dirty clothes/shoes
  • Camera with extra batteries and memory cards
  • Small lock(s) for duffel bag and day pack
  • Sleeping bag liner (optional)
  • Quick-drying trekking towel (optional)

Food & Snacks

  • Snacks (combine protein & carbs for well-balanced energy)
  • Thermos (optional for hot beverages)
  • Re-hydration gels or powder


  • Sunscreen
  • Lip balm with sunscreen
  • Toilet Paper
  • Moleskin, medical tape, and/or duct tape for treating/preventing blisters
  • Advil or Ibuprofen
  • Diamox (for altitude sickness)
  • Personal prescriptions
  • Antibiotics (Cipro for travelers’ diarrhea)
  • Anti-chafe balm (e.g. Body Glide, to prevent chafing)
  • Diaper rash cream (Can treat rashes or chaffing)
  • Soap
  • Deodorant
  • Toothbrush/toothpaste
  • Razor (as needed)
  • Shampoo
  • Wet wipes
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Feminine hygiene products (as needed)
  • Face lotion
  • Hairbrush
  • Hair ties

EBC Trek Internet facilities

The easiest way to get on the internet is using your mobile phone, and you can do this on the Everest Base Camp Trek. Since 2010, there’s been 3G connectivity provided by a Nepalese company linked to a Swedish one. They’ve set up base stations along the trek, from Lukla to Gorak Shep. The mobile internet is fast, letting you browse and make video calls, which is much cheaper than using satellite phones. Many trekkers find this mobile internet good enough for their needs.

There are Wi-Fi connections during the trek, but they are limited to certain higher altitudes. Because of the high terrain, you might also experience a slow connection. Traditional Wi-Fi spots are there too, but they’re not free and not very common. That’s why we suggest getting a SIM card and using 3G.

Travel Insurance

It’s important to get proper insurance coverage if you plan on going to Everest Base Camp. Even small injuries like an ankle injury can become a big problem in this remote area. Insurance helps cover the costs and logistics of unexpected situations. Choosing the right insurance can be tricky because the details can be lengthy and confusing.

While accidents during mountain treks are not common, they can still happen. Being in a remote area and at high altitudes can turn minor injuries into serious issues quickly. Your insurance should cover the possibility of a helicopter evacuation in case of a severe injury or altitude sickness. Make sure this is included in the standard hospitalization coverage of your insurance policy.

Few FAQs

Can a beginner trek Everest Base Camp?

Everest Base Camp Trek is a challenging adventure that requires physical fitness, mental preparation, and the ability to acclimatize to high altitudes. It is a popular trek and many beginners complete it so it is important to be aware of the difficulties.

What is the maximum age for Everest Base Camp Trek?

There is no strict maximum age limit for the Everest Base Camp trek. The age can vary widely in your physical fitness and mental state. There is a history of people in their 60s and 70s completing this trek. However, it is also essential to consider your health, fitness fitness, and any pre-existing medical conditions.

How much does it cost to trek to Everest Base Camp?

The price for the Everest Base Camp Trek ranges from $800 to $5000. The price will fully depend upon what amenities you are looking for during the trek. The route you choose, duration, transportation, and time of year will influence the cost it takes for Everest Base Camp Trekking.

How many km per day do i have to walk for Everest Base Camp?

The distance covered per day during the Everest Base Camp trek can vary based on the specific itinerary chosen, the trekker’s pace, and the acclimatization schedule. On average, trekkers cover approximately 10 to 15 kilometers per day during the trek.

What is the hardest day at Everest Base Camp?

One of the most challenging days for many trekkers is often considered to be the day of the trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep, with an optional side trip to Everest Base Camp.

Is trekking to Everest Base Camp worth it?

Many people consider trekking to Everest Base Camp to be a greatly satisfying and changing experience. The scenery ranges from lush green forests and attractive villages to rough terrains and snow-capped summits. You may learn about Sherpa culture and hospitality. Visits to monasteries, prayer flags, and interactions with people offer insight into the unique Himalayan way of life.

What preparation should I do before the Everest Base Camp Trek?

Regular cardiovascular and weight training exercises should be done to increase stamina and endurance. Consult a physician to ensure you are physically healthy for high-altitude trekking. Make sure your plan includes acclimatization days to help your body to adjust to the higher altitude. Buy full travel insurance which includes coverage for high-altitude trekking, medical emergencies, and evacuation. You should also be sure about the proper trekking equipment, including a good-quality, well-fitting pair of hiking boots.

Is the Everest Base Camp trek crowded?

Yes, the Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek is known to be a popular and frequently traveled route, making it relatively crowded during peak trekking seasons.


Everest Base Camp Trek Detail Itinerary

Day 01: kathmandu Arrival

It is important to engage in a pre-trip discussion and safety briefing. This session ensures that all participants are well-informed about the journey ahead, including the challenges, safety protocols, and necessary preparations.

Once the pre-trip discussion is complete, it’s time to meet up with fellow trek members. This is an excellent opportunity to build fellowship, share excitement, and get acquainted with the team that will accompany you on this Everest Base Camp Trek.

Interacting with the guide is a crucial step. The guide plays a pivotal role in ensuring a smooth and safe trekking experience. This interaction provides an opportunity to discuss any concerns, ask questions, and gain valuable insights from someone with local expertise. Additionally, this is an ideal time to do some shopping for the trek, guided by the expert recommendations of your experienced trek leader.

Day 02: Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,860 m/9,380 ft.), 30 min flight and trek to Phakding (3446m).

Your adventure kicks off with a hotel pick-up, setting the tone for an exciting journey ahead. Prepare for a short but thrilling 45-minute flight to Lukla Airport, offering stunning aerial views of the Himalayas. Upon landing, embark on a 3 to 4 hour trek to Phakding, an enchanting village nestled in the Khumbu Valley.

Along the trail, you’ll traverse the charming Cheplung village, immersing yourself in the local culture. Keep your eyes peeled for breathtaking glimpses of towering peaks like Mt. Khumbila, Mt. Kusum, Mt. Kangaru, and the elusive Kongde, a mountain that remains unconquered. The ascent through Cheplung village is followed by a gradual descent, eventually leading you to the picturesque destination of Phakding.

As you settle in for the night, the anticipation builds for the adventures that lie ahead. Phakding becomes the first chapter in your Everest Base Camp trek, offering a taste of the natural beauty and cultural wonders awaiting you on this remarkable journey.

Day 03: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m)

Today is the first day of the hike which takes you on a 6 to 7-hour journey from Phakding to the vibrant Namche Bazaar. The trail unfolds like a picturesque story, leading you through lush green pine forests that offer a refreshing backdrop. As you ascend, the path takes you to the north side of the Benkar valley, treating you to breathtaking views along the way.

You will then cross the Dudh Koshi River, meandering through the charming villages of Chumoa and Monjo. These quaint settlements provide a glimpse into the local way of life, setting the tone for the cultural richness of the trek. The real gateway to the Everest region unfolds as you reach the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park, a pristine natural haven.

A thrilling suspension bridge marks the transition into Jorsale, another picturesque village on this incredible journey. The rhythmic sounds of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers accompany you as you walk alongside their banks. This creates a soothing melody that resonates with nature’s harmony. The final destination of the day is Namche Bazaar, perched at an altitude gain of 789 meters. This vibrant mountain town welcomes you with open arms, offering a well-deserved rest at Namche Bazaar.

Day 04: Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar

Before hitting the trails towards Everest Base Camp, taking a day for rest and acclimatization in Namche Bazaar is crucial. Namche Bazaar serves as a hub for trekkers, offering a mix of cozy lodges and shops. You’ll have the chance to explore the town, visit souvenir shops, and savor the local cuisine in its charming restaurants.

Consider waking up early to embark on a refreshing hike up Sagarmatha National Park. The early morning ascent not only allows you to relish the tranquil sunrise but also provides an unparalleled panoramic view of majestic mountains, including the towering peaks of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kongde. Immersing yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas is the perfect way to kickstart your day. Namche Bazaar welcomes you with its vibrant atmosphere and stunning vistas which will set the stage for the adventure that lies ahead on the Everest Base Camp trek.

Day 05: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3867m)

Your day kicks off with a 6 to 7-hour journey from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. The day will offer you an immersive experience of stunning mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Khangtaiga.

Nature lovers will be thrilled by the rare sightings of musk deer and pheasants along the way. This adds extra excitement to your Everest Base Camp Trek. The trail passes through diverse landscapes, taking you across a suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River, enhancing the thrill of the journey.

As you ascend, the path winds through fragrant pine and juniper forests, providing not only a picturesque backdrop but also a refreshing and invigorating atmosphere. The day concludes with a restful overnight stay in the charming Tengboche Village, setting the stage for more awe-inspiring moments on your Everest Base Camp trek.

Day 06: Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4481m)

The walk from Tengboche Village to Dingboche is a 6 to 7-hour memorable journey. The trek kicks off with a descent to a quaint village renowned for its monastery, setting the stage for a scenic adventure. As you continue, the trail leads through an enchanting alpine landscape, gradually ascending toward Pangboche.

Amidst this trek, you’ll be treated to the breathtaking sight of Ama Dablam, a majestic peak that adds a touch of awe to the journey. Pangboche itself holds a special charm, being one of the last Sherpa settlements in the area. Don’t miss the chance to explore the Pangboche Monastery, the oldest in the Khumbu Region, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural tapestry of the Himalayas. Finally, the day concludes with an overnight stay in Dingboche, where the blend of nature and cultural exploration creates a memorable experience on the Everest Base Camp trek.

Day 07: Acclimatization Day in Dingboche

After days of trekking through the mesmerizing landscapes of the Everest Base Camp trail, you’ll reach a crucial phase – the rest and acclimatization day. This day is not just a break from the trail; it’s a strategic pause to let your body adjust to the increasing altitude. You’ll find yourself in Dingboche village, surrounded by the charm of the Himalayan setting. This is an opportune moment to explore not only Dingboche but also the nearby villages of Chhukung and Imja.

The vistas from these locations are breathtaking, offering a panoramic view that rewards your trekking efforts. However, amidst this beauty, it’s crucial to prioritize proper rest. Acclimatization is key for your body to adapt to the high altitude, ensuring a safe and successful continuation of your adventure. So, take this day to rejuvenate, appreciate the surroundings, and prepare for the final leg of your Everest Base Camp trek.

Day 08: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche (4930m)

Today you will expect a trek for 6 to 7 hours from Dingboche to Lobuche, marking a point where the trek becomes more demanding. The trail ascends gradually, leading you through yak pastures and bringing you to the first pitstop: Dhukla. As you continue, be prepared to conquer steep steps that eventually guide you to the moraine of Khumbu Glacier.

Despite the physical demands, the reward is immense—a panoramic view of the majestic mountain range. Peaks like Lobuche, Nuptse, Cholatse, Khumbutse, Lingtren, Pumori, and Mahalangur stand tall, creating a spectacle that defies description. The day’s challenges are met with the equally awe-inspiring beauty of the surroundings, making the overnight stay at Lobuche a moment of respite and reflection amidst the grandeur of the Himalayas.

Day 09: Trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5160m) and visit Everest Base camp (5365m)

Get ready for the pinnacle of our trek as we embark on a 6 to 7-hour journey from Lobuche to Gorak Shep, passing through the legendary Everest Base Camp. Today marks the grandest day of our adventure, as we approach the base camp of the world’s highest mountain.

The trek kicks off with a challenging ascent to Gorak Shep, leading us through rocky dunes and moraine, making this leg of the journey relatively demanding. Along the way, be prepared to marvel at the renowned Khumbu Glacier and Icefall, offering a glimpse into the raw beauty of the Himalayan landscape. The reward for your efforts is the breathtaking sight of mighty peaks such as Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Pumori, Khumbutse, and Lingtren.

If you’re trekking during the spring season, you might even have the chance to meet climbers eagerly waiting to conquer the heights. After soaking in this awe-inspiring moment at Everest Base Camp, we’ll make our way back to Gorak Shep for a well-deserved overnight stay, reflecting on the incredible journey so far.

Day 10: Trek from Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar. (5,545 m) & trek to Pheriche (4,288 m)

Today you will engage in an epic 8 to 9-hour trek from Gorak Shep to Pheriche via Kalapatthar. The day begins with an early rise to catch the breathtaking sunrise from the iconic Kala Patthar viewpoint. As the first rays of the sun grace the towering peaks, you’ll find yourself immersed in a magical spectacle. You will witness the majestic Mount Everest alongside other stunning giants like Pumori, Lingtren, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.

The panoramic views from this vantage point create a canvas of natural beauty that is simply mesmerizing. After absorbing the splendor, the journey continues, descending back to Pheriche, where you’ll rest for the night. This day encapsulates the trek’s essence, offering a physical challenge and the unparalleled reward of witnessing the Himalayan grandeur at its finest.

Day 11:Trek from Pheriche to Namche bazaar (3500m)

Today we will pass through the picturesque terrain from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar, dedicating 5 to 6 hours of captivating trek. The gradual descent in altitude will be accompanied by occasional hill ascents, allowing for a varied and engaging trail experience. Enveloped by the enchanting beauty of rhododendron and pine forests, the trek promises a sensory feast of colors and scents.

Along the way, the majestic peaks of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, and Thamserku will grace our panoramic view, creating a breathtaking backdrop. As we reach Namche Bazaar, nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, we’ll conclude our day’s adventure, finding comfort and rest overnight in this vibrant mountain town.

Day 12: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2800m)

As you wrap up the inaugural Himalayan adventure, today marks the final leg of the journey. The descent from Everest Base Camp promises a swifter pace, a stark contrast to the multiple days it took to ascend. The southward trek through the snow-laden terrain brings about a profound sense of gratitude, even as the snowy landscape remains a breathtaking spectacle. The rapid descent initially offers a quick loss in elevation, creating a sense of exhilaration.

However, as the descent progresses, the rate of elevation loss gradually slows down. Surprisingly, the concluding stretch of the trail presents a bit of a twist – an uphill climb as I head back to Lukla, ultimately concluding the remarkable Everest Base Camp Trek. The trek’s diverse terrain, from snow-covered expanses to uphill trails, encapsulates the essence of the Himalayan experience, leaving me with a medley of memories from this extraordinary adventure.

Day 13: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu

After an exhilarating Everest Base Camp trek, your return journey begins with a scenic 45-minute flight back to Kathmandu. This short but spectacular flight allows you to soak in the mesmerizing views of the majestic mountains one last time. As you soar through the skies, the memories of the towering peaks, including Mt. Everest, linger in your mind. Upon landing in Kathmandu, you will be conveniently dropped off at your hotel, providing a smooth transition from the adventure of the Himalayas to the comfort of your accommodation.


Day 14: Free Day in Kathmandu

Today you have free time to explore the vibrant capital city of Nepal at your own pace. Typically, such a day begins with a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, allowing tourists to savor local flavors and specialties. Many might opt to visit iconic cultural sites like the historic Kathmandu Durbar Square, known for its ancient palaces, temples, and intricate architecture. Others may embark on a spiritual journey by exploring the sacred grounds of Swayambhunath, or the serene Pashupatinath Temple on the banks of the Bagmati River.

For those seeking a more contemporary experience, Thamel beckons with its eclectic blend of shops, restaurants, and vibrant street life. A stroll through the narrow alleys of Thamel offers opportunities to shop for traditional handicrafts, clothing, and souvenirs. As the day concludes, travelers can unwind in one of Kathmandu’s cozy cafes or rooftop bars, reflecting on the diverse experiences of their free day in this captivating city.

Day 15: Departure to the international airport for the next destination.

This day, you will be engaged in a departure transfer that will take you back to your country of origin. We will transport you from the hotel to the airport for departure. Once that is complete, you will then proceed to the next destination.

Cost Includes
  • International/domestic airport drop/pickup
  • 3 nights 3 star hotel in kathmandu with breakfast
  • Experience English speaking Trekking guide
  • High experience bag carry porter from lukla
  • Kathmandu –lukla-kathmandu round trip flight ticket
  • Guide’s domestic flight ticket, food, salary, insurance
  • Sagarmatha national park entry permit
  • Everest trekking map
  • Medical kit bag
  • TIMS (Trekking information Management system) Card
  • Tea house accommodation during the trek
  • Breakfast, lunch & dinner lukla to lukla
  • Tea or coffee during the trek
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag
Cost Excludes
  • Meals your self Kathmandu (L+D).
  • Your Travel insurance.
  • International airfare.
  • Nepal entry visa ( You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Nepal’s Airport in Kathmandu).
  • All kind drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks)
  • Personal shopping and laundry etc.
  • Personal trekking Equipment.
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver. (Tipping is expected, but it is not mandatory)
  • If do any tour and sightseeing and other activities etc.

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