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  • Destination
  • Region
  • Trip Grade
    Min 01 Pax
    Sep-Nov & Mar-May
    Hotel/Tea House
  • Start/End Point
    Lukla to Lukla

Trip Overview

Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal is a legendary and remarkable adventure walking journey in the world. It is the wilderness thrill experience at an abode of the world’s tallest peak Mt. Everest. Relish the incredible mountain sanctuary in 2022. Witness the intrepid Sherpa people in their own courtyard.  Moreover, step on the foothill of Mt. Everest Base Camp.

Thousands of trekkers’ high-priority bucket lists of things to do includes a hike to Everest Base Camp. After 1953 the trial became a worldwide phenomenon. If you are looking for Himalayan treats on your vacation, look no further than the Everest Base Camp. It is undoubtedly the most astonishing adventure to do once in a lifetime.

Why is Everest Base Camp Trail Famous?

The 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek Trail is not an ordinary walking route and it is a legend in itself. Nowhere in the world will you find the Himalayan sanctuary like in this region. Trekkers surely get the chance to knit together splendid mountain stories.

Throughout the trekking, trekkers keep on getting outstanding scenery and iconic moments. Be it the trailhead or be it the final destination. Everest Base Camp Trekking never fails to hook trekkers with its grandeur and beauty. Walking begins from Lukla. A joyous flight to Lukla is an adventure of a different blend. A short runway, narrow valley to navigate and incredible landscape make the entire flight a marvelous experience.

Three distinct forest types make it diverse too. The start of the journey is at the temperate forest belt, the middle phase is at alpine, and finally the tundra vegetation. Diverse vegetation is home to diverse wildlife too. Therefore, Everest Base Camp Hike is more than just a mountain thrill. The trail passes by numerous Sherpa hamlets, towns, rivers, and moraines.

In every hour of a journey the surrounding landscape and scenery change. It is rare for any trekking route other than those in Nepal. Khumbu region of Nepal is particularly outstanding for its diverse walking experience in terms of attractions. The Buddist Chorten, Monasteries, Manes, and prayer flags endow the spiritual boost to the journey. Moreover, an entire region of Everest seems like a mythical as well as a mystical place.

Stunning Kalapathar Vantage Point  (5545 M)

Do not miss to visit the Kalapathar viewpoint (5545m) and it’s one of the supreme spots throughout the trek. Where you can observe mount Everest too near and discover the popular mountains like Pumori, Nuptse, Amadablam, Khumbu Glacier, Khumbu Icefall, Khumbtse, Thamserku, Labuche Peak, Mera peak with an amusing view of the Himalayas.

Moreover, The Classical Everest Trekking trailhead is Jiri. However, the opening of Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla revolutionized the entire trekking scenery of the Everest region. The journey begins from Lukla and it’s the major gateway of the Everest trekking region. After two days of trekking, trekkers reach the magnificent Namche Bazaar. It is one of the highest altitude towns in the world. The second day of the journey provides the first sight of Mt. Everest. It is from a few meters before reaching the Namche Bazaar. The place is where trekkers do the first acclimatization activities and the second acclimatization at Dingboche village.

Trekkers follow the trail passing by Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep to reach the Everest Base Camp. Route up to Dingboche is relatively easier and has lots of greenery. However, the trail beyond Thukla Pass is through moraines and dried glaciers. The Everest Base Camp Trekking trail combined the most popular treks like Everest Three Pass Trek, Gokyo Lake Trek, Island Peak Climbing, Labuche Peak Climbing, and more unknown treks too.

Acclimatization and Altitude

Acclimatization during Everest Base Camp Trek (EBC) is a high priority. It is better to ascend gradually rather than speed the trek. The biggest secret of successful high-altitude trekking is drinking plenty of water and proper acclimatization. So, what is proper acclimatization? It is very simple. Hike to higher altitudes and rest at lower altitudes.

The first acclimatization is at Namche Bazaar surrounding. Trekkers trek to Everest View Hotel or Khumjung Village and return back to Namche for overnight sleep. During this acclimatization hiking, trekkers get outstanding visual treats in the form of mountains. Major delicacies are Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Lobuche, Cholatse, Amadablam, Thamserku, etc. The second acclimatization is at Dingboche Village. Trekkers either trek to the top of Nagarshan hill or trek to Chhukung Valley. Both of these places offer breathtaking scenery. On top of that, these hikes help trekkers to adjust themselves in thin air.

The lowest altitude on this journey is Kathmandu (1300 m) and the highest altitude is Kalapathar (5545 m). Everest Base Camp is at an altitude of 5364 m. Overall the journey is definitely high-altitude walking. Therefore, proper travel insurance is needed which covers helicopter rescue, medical charges, and emergency situations.

Why Nepal High Trek & Expedition?

Nepal High Trek & Expedition is a pioneer in Everest Trekking. Our itineraries are meticulously designed by travel planners and experienced guides. It avoids the maximum risk and yields a high success rate. The price is reasonable and the services are impeccable. High-altitude trekking like 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek requires expert guidance. The agency ensures every trekker gets the chance to successfully complete the trekking without any hassles. Check out the reviews and responses on the most popular travel platform Tripadvisor site.

Details Itinerary

On reaching Kathmandu International Airport received by our staff and guide with warm welcome than a short drive to your hotel in the main areas of Kathmandu city, here joining with other members of Everest Base Camp Trek, our guide will brief with full information about the trek – hotels-culture with do’s and don’ts, include welcome dinner in a nice Nepali restaurant with folk programs.
Everest Base Camp Trek begins with the sweeping short flight to land at Lukla, during 30 minutes on air view of a stunning mountain range with Mt. Everest, as the plane lands at Lukla named as ‘Tenzing-Hillary Airport’ in honor of legendary climbers’ first summiteers of Mt. Everest. From Lukla, our first-day walk starts on a winding downhill path with a short climb passing many traditional Sherpa farm villages with views of peaks, after a pleasant walk reaching at Phakding for an overnight stop near the glacier-fed Dudh Kosi (river).
After a pleasant overnight stop in Phakding, morning walk starts following Dudh Kosi, and crossing bridges to reach Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo village, from here walk to last Jorsalle village before Namche Bazaar and then on crossing a last high bridge climb leads with beautiful views of Everest and other peaks, walk finally ends at famous Namche Bazaar for two overnights in this prosperous town or large village with facilities of ATMs, Cybercafes, stores, shops, restaurants, banks and fresh bakery with a busy colorful Saturday market.
Namche an ideal spot for rest and acclimatization, free day with morning short hike up to park museum with the necessary information of mountaineering, flora/fauna with Sherpa culture and Buddhist religions, this scenic spot offers grand views of mountains Mt. Everest and stunning Amadablam, for interested people hike uphill to Everest View Hotel for best views of Mt. Everest and other mountains.

After a wonderful stop with free days at Namche in morning walk leads to the nice winding path through rhododendron and pine tree forest with views of Amadablam, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamserku, and Kwangde peak.

After a few short ups walk descends to Imjatse River at Phung Tenga, for lunch and then the afternoon walk leads to a climb of a few hours into the pristine forest to reach Tengboche Monastery. Tengboche Monastery is located on a small plateau with wonderful views of Amadablam, Kangtenga, Thamserku, Kwangde, and Mt. Everest. A holy spot as the head lama (Rinpoche) resides in this famous monastery, where mountain expedition climbers receive a blessing from a high priest (Rinpoche) for a successful and safe climb.

Morning with eye-catching views of mountains, our journey starts with a long descend through beautiful birch-rhododendron and pines forest, and then crossing a bridge over Imja Khola. From here tree lines stop for short bushes of juniper and dwarf rhododendron bushes (azalea), after the bridge, a slow climb brings you at Pangboche, this is the last permanent village further up are temporary settlements to cater to the needs of travelers with fine cozy lodges.

The walk leads slowly into exposed areas of windswept landscapes with grand close views of Mt. Amadablam with gradual up and crossing the last small bridge reaches you at Dingboche for another town night stops. Dingboche is located on scenic Imjatse valley a summer grazing area for yaks, at present with many good lodges with the great panorama of mountains with views of Island peak, Lhotse-Nuptse, and North Face of Amadablam.

Rest day in Dingboche for better acclimatization, morning take a slow walk uphill to Nagarjun hill for best views of surrounding peaks including Mt. Makalu towards the east, one can take a walk to Chukung the last human settlement with beautiful views along the trail, taking more than 4-5 hours and back.

After Dingboche, climb uphill for an hour then a nice good walk to Thugla ( Dugla) on the midway of Pheriche-Dingboche and Lobuche, with views of Taboche, Cholatse, Lobuche, Pumori, Amadablam. Thukla is a popular lunch spot for people heading up the hill to Everest base camp, after a lunch break an hour’s climb to a ridge known as Thug-la pass festooned with many memorials of unfortunate climbers, who died on Everest-Lhotse-Pumori expeditions.

From this lovely spot, an hour more of pleasant walk brings you at Lobuche on route Everest base camp.

Morning walk leads on the gradual trail with a few short steps up gaining high altitude with superb views of Mt. Pumori, Lingerie, Khumbutse, and Mt. Everest. After a few hours of scenic trekking reaching at Gorakshep after walking past moraine and glaciers, Gorakshep with a few nice lodges for an overnight stop, this isolated spot located beneath Kalapathar Hill and Pumori peak on route Everest base camp. Gorakshep was the earlier and original base camp in the 1950s to 1970s, from here our journey continues walking over moraines and glaciers trail to reach our main highlight of the adventure at Everest base camp.

Everest Base Camp is located beneath massive Khumbu Ice Falls and glaciers, this super spot with immense views can be crowded during peak expedition season around April and May months, here enjoy surrounding views with Mt. Everest hidden behind high peaks of Lho-la and Nuptse. On reaching our destination and highlight return back to Gorakshep for last overnight stop around high and beautiful Khumbu Valley

Starting early morning to reach Kalapathar with the steep climb for a few hours, on reaching the top of the black rocky ridge, enjoy super panorama views of giant peaks including Mt. Everest at close distance, on top of Kalapathar highest point of the adventure at 5,545 m / 18,192 ft.

After a fantastic time on top of the scenic Kalapathar, return walk downhill to Gorakshep and then continue trek to reach Pheriche valley for an overnight stop, walk leads on the same trail to Thugla, after crossing a small bridge then down to Pheriche windy valley. A nice walk of a few hours to reach at the end of the valley at Pheriche for an overnight stop, this windy spot has many good lodges with HRA (Himalayan Rescue Association) medical post.

leaving Pheriche with super morning views of Amadablam, and then on the downhill walk with a short climb then losing altitude heading past Pangboche and from the bridge back into tree lines with an hour climb to Tengboche Monastery.
Morning walk leads to long descend reaching at Imjatse River in Phunge Tenga, after crossing a bridge with short steep uphill and then on a gradual winding trail to Namche Bazaar, after a short break at Namche, continue to walk on the downhill to Dudh Kosi River valley, and then with short ups and downs to reach at the entrance and exit gate of Sagarmatha National Park, a short walk from brings you at Monjo village for an overnight stop.
After a marvelous and enjoyable time on high Khumbu valley and ridges with super Everest base camp trek, our last day walk of this adventure leads back on the same trail to Lukla, arriving in Lunch by lunchtime with last overnight stop within Everest region, after lunch free and celebrate dinner with fellow members, staff and guides.
Waking early morning to catch the flight back to Kathmandu, transfer to Lukla airport terminal and then board in a small aircraft either twin otter or Dornier, for a super scenic flight to reach at Kathmandu, on arrival in Kathmandu airport, transfer to your respective hotels with rest of day free for individual activities and souvenirs shopping.
An important and necessary to have one extra day in Kathmandu in case of flight delay and cancellation, due to bad unfavorable weather which can happen sometimes as Himalayan weather is unpredictable. If all goes well as per our itinerary days, one can join in our delightful and interesting tour of Kathmandu-Patan and Bhaktapur, all these places full of the world heritage sites of historical-culture and religious importance.
Your last day in Nepal, an amazing country of Himalayan wonders, as per your flight time leaving your hotel where our staff transfers you to the airport, after a great memorable adventure with enjoyable time on Everest base camp trek.

Cost Details

  • All ground transportation.
  • Meals During Trek:  (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner).
  • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Three cups of hot tea during the trek.
  • Everest National Park Permit.
  • Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Ticket.
  • All necessary paper works.
  • Domestic Flight Ticket From Kathmandu to Lukla / Kathmandu.
  • Good Accommodation on the trek.
  • Fresh fruit during the trek
  • NHTE’S Dawn jacket, sleeping bag & duffle bag. (If required )
  • An experienced, expert, helpful and friendly Guide and Their well-paid Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation, and Insurance for the Guide.
  • 1 porter sharing for two clients. (Included his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, and insurance)
  • Adventure Certificate: NHTE provides Adventure Certificate.
  • An arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company.
  • Medical kit bag.
  • Farewell dinner.

Cost Exclude:

  • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport – Katmandu).
  • Your Travel and rescue insurance.
  • International airfare and airport departure tax.
  • All the Food in Kathmandu. Also in the case of early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled Itinerary.
  • All the expenses in mountain over than scheduled itinerary (due to strike, delay, or canceled flight)
  • Extra night Hotel in Kathmandu if arrive early or late departure than scheduled Itinerary.
  • All the Bar bills and personal expenses (phone call, laundry service, battery recharge, a bottle of water, hot water, shower.
  • Tips for the guide and porter.

Trip Map


Please ensure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after the last day of your trek as some countries may refuse entry if there is any less.  Most citizens can also be granted a visa on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu. For up-to-date regulations, please check the link:
Yes, travel insurance is mandatory for Everest region treks, and before purchase, your travel insurance makes sure you know about the altitude. The travel insurance must cover your emergency rescue and medical expenses too.
The trekking permit and Khumbu entrance ticket will do arrange by Nepal High Trek. Khumbu entrance ticket provided by Pasang Lhamu Municipality at Lukla and the entrance ticket cost is Rs, 2000 each person. EBC Trekking permit can buy at Sagarmatha National Park in Manju village. A permit cost is RS.3000 for each person except the SAARC countries.
The Kalapathar (5545m) viewpoint is the highest point in the trek and the second-highest elevation is the Everest base camp. However, don’t miss to visit Kalapathar and it’s one the best place to explore and discover mount Everest with the stunning Himalayas
Yes, all necessary airports pick up and drop are included in packages. . You will be picked up by a Nepal High Trek representative holding a Nepal High Trek sign at the airport.
Nepal has typical monsoonal conditions with two seasons a year. Mid-September-mid December marks the start of the dry season, which in many ways is the best time of the year in Nepal. We highly recommend the spring and autumn seasons to do treks around Nepal
Mobile coverage and paying internet connection are accessible, not much mobile coverage in the Everest region but paying internet service available each hotel throughout the trek.
It is not recommended to consume direct tap water on the trek but you can use a water tablet or water pill. The guesthouse will offer purified boiled drinking water, but also available bottled mineral water along the trek.
Credit cards can be used in several places like Lukla, Namche Bazaar, and Dingboche. All major credit cards are accepted mentioned specific places so you may need cash for smaller expenses.
Above the 4000m, acute mountains sickness persecutes most trekkers on the trek but first of all, you must be prepared mentally and physically. When you started the trek you should eat enough food, hot drinks, and soups and must drink 3 liters of water each day. Avoid alcohol, smoking, and use the Diamox from above the 3000m. Moreover, acclimatization is very crucial for a buddy and very helpful to complete the trek without AMS.
There are always solo travelers & like-minded passengers on our Everest Base Camp Tour & we always work to provide our passengers a relaxed & sociable environment, allowing them to easily meet people & make friends.
There are always solo travelers on our treks. If you don’t mind being roomed with another single traveler of the same gender in a hectic season, then you do not need to pay the supplement. Single supplement is for travelers who would like to stay in a single room for the duration of their trek to Everest Base Camp.
The difficulty level of the Everest Base Camp is moderate with altitude trek and the trekking duration often requires 12 to 14 days from Kathmandu. Even though the EBC Trek requires no prior trekking expertise, it is suggested that the trekker should be determined and be physically fit. The trek leads you to a maximum of 5545m, at Kalapathar. The trek is quite a high-altitude trek than other popular treks but the trekking trail is wide and safe. Despite the high altitude we can do easily complete the ABC trek but you must eat well,
If you are planning to do the EBC Trek in near the future usually not necessary hard train. But before trekking to Nepal, you must do a normal hike and keep fit physically in your place. If you are physically and mentally prepared for the trip definitely you can do complete the trek.
The Everest Region Treks are completely based on the tea house (Guest House) basis for 20 years and there available very nice hotels around the Khumbu valley. Nepal High Trek arranges the whole trekking accommodation and you will get your own separate (Twin sharing) room.
Tips are a common reward for service staff in Nepal. Your trek guide and crew will be especially appreciative and honored with this kind of traditional gratitude at the end of your tour.

Cost & Date


Departure Date Duration Availability Cost Booking
05-August-2022 14 Days Available USD 1299 Only Per Person
05/09/2022 12 Available USD 1299 Per Person
05/10/2022 12 Available USD 1299 Per Person
05/11/2022 12 Available USD 1299 Per Person

Client Reviews

Vanda Gooley

Australia, NSW

In 2010, my son, husband and I did the Langtang Valley Trek with Anjan as our amazing guide. His knowledge of the area was extensive, including walking expectations, weather and terrain conditions, and the best places to stop, rest, eat and sleep. So much so, that other Trekkers called on his advice despite having their own guides. He was a very acknowledges an expert mountain guide. On the trek, Anjan was nurturing, fun and extremely amicable with everyone. He had a very endearing personality, and over the two-week trek, he became a member of our family. I highly recommend Anjan to anybody considering undertaking any trek in Nepal.

Robert Francisco

USA, California

I have done 3 treks with Anjan and Nepal High Trek & Expedition Langtang gosainkund Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek and Island peak climbing and Annapurna circuit Trekking 5 years before in Nepal. That’s was wonderful and lifetime trip in my life. Due to weather conditions, we had to change our plans and return to Besi chair and then do the Annapurna Base Camp with a few extra places along the way. My guide was Anjan and he was so helpful. When our itinerary had to change he was helpful, suggested other options and did what he could to make the best of a situation beyond all human control. Anjan is very proud of his country and willing to share all his knowledge and experience with his clients. Nepal High Trek & Expedition is trustworthy, takes all responsibility and all problems The staff at Nepal High Trek are very helpful and willing to help you with any information or anything else you may need. I would highly recommend this agency as they are professional, competent and helpful! I will definitely be back and trekking with them in the future.

Rajan Riv Turck

German, Munich

Ghorepani poon hill trek “Lieber Anjan, das Trekking mit dir war super! Es hat uns sehr viel Spaß gemacht! Die Kombination aus Abenteuer, Natur und Wandern ist ideal zum Abschalten! Du bist ein großartiger Führer!!!”