Join us on an extraordinary 14-day Everest Base Camp trek, a journey to the foot of the world’s highest mountain. Guided by experienced Sherpa guides, you’ll explore the breathtaking landscapes of the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and explore the rich culture of the Sherpa people.
Rising 5,364 meters above sea level, the Everest Base Camp is a dream destination for trekkers and mountaineers worldwide. Whether you’ve been to Nepal before or this is just your first high-altitude trek, we’ll support you throughout the entire journey, ensuring a safe and unforgettable experience.
From the bustling markets of Kathmandu to the tranquil monastery of Tengboche, our trekking experience offers a unique blend of adventure and spiritual discovery. Look up to the awe-inspiring peaks of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam, and experience Nepal’s landscape in its purest form.
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Our Everest Base Camp Trek spans 14 unforgettable days of adventure, exploration, and cultural discovery. The journey begins with your arrival in Kathmandu, followed by 12 days of trekking through the heart of the Everest region, and concludes with a day of departure from the Nepalese capital.
In addition to the essentials, our 14-day program is thoughtfully designed to include proper acclimatization stops, ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek. From the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the tranquil heights of Kala Patthar, every detail is taken care of. The price you see encompasses all aspects of the trek, minimizing the possibility of extra costs and allowing you to focus on the adventure that awaits.
Considering the Everest Base Camp trek? It’s a choice many adventurers make for good reasons. From stunning landscapes to unique cultural experiences, this trek offers something for everyone. Here are five solid reasons why you might want to take on this challenge:
You can book your flight with airlines such as Malaysian Air, Qatar Airways, Fly Dubai, Air Arabia, Turkish Airlines, Thai Lion Air, and Indian airlines such as Air India and Vista Air. If you are traveling through Bangkok, Dubai, and Malaysia, you can connect with Nepal Airlines (RA).
All foreigners need a visa to enter Nepal. Visas are available on arrival at Kathmandu airport or any entry point of Nepal. To obtain a visa, you need to have a passport that is valid for at least six months. For more information on visa requirements, visit https://nepaliport.immigration.gov.np/. Visa fees on arrival are:
15 days – $30
30 days – $50
90 days – $125
The trek is considered challenging and physically demanding due to the altitude and rugged terrain. It is recommended for individuals who are in good physical condition and have some prior hiking experience.
The best time to go on the trek is from September to November and from March to May. The weather is generally clear and stable during these months, providing good visibility of the mountains.
Accommodation during the trek is mainly in teahouses or lodges. These are simple, basic accommodations with shared bathrooms. Some teahouses may have electricity and hot water, but this is not guaranteed.
During the trek, you will have three meals per day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Meals will be served at various teahouses and will include options such as pizza, noodles, dumplings, sandwiches, Dal Bhat, porridges, bakery items, coffee, and tea. Drinking water is also readily available during trekking days.
During peak travel seasons such as spring and pre-winter, Lukla flights may take off from Manthali Airport in Ramechap. This is done to avoid congestion at Kathmandu Airport. The Lukla airport is the busiest among the STOL runways operated from Kathmandu, and to avoid congestion at the airport and limit the load, all flights to Lukla may be redirected to Ramechap for smooth operation.
You should pack warm clothing, hiking boots, a sleeping bag, a down jacket, a waterproof jacket, a hat, gloves, a headlamp, a water bottle, a first aid kit, toiletries, and personal medications. It is also recommended to bring a portable charger and a power bank to charge your electronic devices. A full list of required trekking gear can be found in our extensive guide to trekking the EBC trek.