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Everest Base Camp Trek

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  • Visit the base camp of the world's tallest Himalayan Peak
  • Trek through Khumbu's Sagarmatha National Park- a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site
  • Visit Khumbu's prominent settlements and villages like Namche Bazaar and Tengboche
  • Visit the Tengboche Monastery, the largest Buddhist monastery in the region
  • Experience the ethnic Sherpa culture as you trek through the villages
  • Visit the vantage point of Kalapatthar from where the entire panorama of the Everest massif can be seen in a dramatic manner
  • Enjoy mesmerizing Himalayan views of the Sagarmatha Peaks as you trek through the alpine landscape of the Khumbu.                                                                               

Fuyang What's Special About Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest Base Camp Trekking (EBC Trek) is beyond one’s imagination. It is an epitome of all adventure journeys that you have ever accomplished. If you wish to leave your footprints on the foothill of the world’s tallest mountain, Mt. Everest (8848 m), then get ready to soak your spirit up in the alluring Himalayan beauty of Khumbu region.

Explore an abode of intrepid Sherpa and over dozens of snow-clad mountains blessed by Mother Nature. Feel the cool breeze of fresh mountain air and relish alpine woods to high altitude barren landscape. You dream and visit Nepal. Green Society Adventure ensures a hassle-free stupendous Nepal Trekking holiday.

Federal Way How is it like to go on EBC trek? 

Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek starts with the flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. The thrill begins to take over your soul immediately after landing at the world’s most extreme airport, the Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla.

Khumbu region of Nepal, where Mt. Everest is situated, is much diversified in terms of nature and culture. The trip heads to Namche Bazaar after the first-night rest in Phakding. The first sight of glorious Mt. Everest can be seen prior 30 minutes before reaching Namche.

Adventurous Larpchen Bridge, too, can be fascinating. Acclimatization hiking is done the following day to adjust your mind and body to high altitude walking journey of Everest Base Camp. During acclimatization, trekkers reach the highest located organized hotel in the world, the Everest View Hotel.

If weather permits you can enjoy the spectacular scenery of the mountains up and close. The view of Mt. Thamserku, Amadablam, Tabuchi, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Everest can be cherished while sipping a cup of coffee in the Hotel’s terrace restaurant. Strolling around various eateries, shops, and bars of Namche Bazar during the evening could also endow some insights about the lifestyle of Sherpa people. The journey from Namche Bazaar onwards is purely Himalayan wilderness.

Monastery, Memorials & More 

On the backdrop of the Tengboche Monastery and Mt. Amadablam is one of the most coveted destinations: Everest Base Camp. After getting the blessings from the monastery, the trail leads trekkers to the windy valley of Dingboche via Pangboche.

Another acclimatization hiking takes place in the form of Nagarshan Hill (5100 m) during the rest day at Dingboche. From this place, the marvelous view of Mt. Pumori looms large throughout until trekkers reach Gorakshep.

The memorial of famous climbers like Scott Fischer, Rob Hall, Babu Chhiri, Pasang Lhamu, and others in Thukla Pass is an essential aspect of learning the fate of brave mountaineers. A tranquil hamlet of Lobuche and moraines trail leads trekkers to Gorakshep. About 2 hours of walking from this place are iconic Everest Base Camp (5364 m).

Leave your footprints on a legendary spot where famous Everest climbers started their summit journey. After such vivacious moment in EBC, early morning hiking of Kalapathar (5545 m) endow majestic joy of witnessing sunrise phenomena. This place is probably the highest place to witness the sunrise - a sunrise to remember. 


DAY 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1320m/ 4329ft). 

DAY 2: Flight to Lukla (2800m/9184ft) and hike to Phakding 2-3 hours walk (2655m/ 8708ft).

DAY 3: Trek to Namche bazaar 5-6 hours (3440m/11284ft).

DAY 4: Acclimatization day in Namche (3440m/11284ft).

DAY 5: Trek to Thyangboche 4 -5 hours. (3790m12694ft).

DAY 6: Trek to Dingboche 5 – 6 hours, (4410m/14464ft).

DAY 7: Trek to Thukla or (Dhukla) 3 hours, (4620m/15154ft).

DAY 8: Trek to Lobuche 3 hours, (4930m/16172ft).

DAY 9: Trek to Gorekshep 3 hours, (5160m/16929ft) and hike to Everest base camp 4-5 hrs. (5364m/17593ft).

DAY 10: Early hike to Kala Patthar (viewpoint) 2 hours, (5560m/18236ft) and trek back to Pheriche 4-5 hours, (2400m/13776ft).

DAY 11: Trek to Namche 6 hours, (3440/11284ft).

DAY 12: Trek to Lukla 6-7 hours, (2800m/9184ft).

DAY 13: Flight back to Kathmandu, free day. 

DAY 14: Final departure from Nepal.


Arrival in Kathmandu (1320m/ 4329ft).

You may arrive in Kathmandu at any time. Upon your arrival, you will be welcomed by one of our airport representatives. He will help you get transferred to the Hotel. There are no planned activities for the day, thus you may check into your Hotel and relax. Overnights stay at the Hotel in Kathmandu.


Flight to lukla (2800m/9184ft) and hike to Phakding 2-3 hours walk (2655m/ 8708ft).

Early in the morning, you will have a short scenic flight to Lukla. For this, you will be transferred to the airport from the Hotel. The short flight is quite amazing and many also consider it one of the highlights of the trip. You can see the Himalayan periphery of Nepal from the window of the plane.

Upon landing at Lukla, you will begin your wonderful short trek to Phakding- one of the popular Himalayan villages of the Khumbu. The trail runs below tall hills, and when you approach Phakding, you will get your first glimpse of the Kusum Kangrarau Peak. Overnights stay at the guesthouse at Phakding.


Trek to Namche bazaar 5-6 hours (3440m/11284ft).

From Phakding, you will make your way towards Monjo. This is where the entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park is situated. The path enters the national park, snaking through beautiful trans-Himalayan woodlands. Deciduous pine, cedar, juniper, and chestnut trees form dense canopies of emerald. After trekking through the dense woods up the valley, you will reach Namche Bazaar- the famous "Gateway to Everest". Overnights stay at a guesthouse at Namche.


Acclimatization day in Namche (3440m/11284ft).

Namche is a major commercial hub of the Khumbu region and is bustling with Sherpa culture, which is why it makes for one of the best options for acclimatization. From the town, you can witness majestic views of the Kongde RI Himal to the west and the Thamserku peak towards the east. You can enjoy the local street market of Namche as well, where the local people sell ornaments, yak shawls, and other souvenirs. You can also visit the famous Everest View Hotel, as well as the Sherpa Culture Museum and the Everest Photo Gallery. Overnights stay at the guesthouse in Namche.


Trek to Thyangboche 4 -5 hours. (3790m12694ft).

Thyangboche is another famous mountain village of the Khumbu. From Namche Bazaar, you will trek deeper into the Dudh Koshi River valley, making your way towards the village of Thyangboche. Along the way, you will pass Phungki Thanka, a small settlement from where the views of the Everest Peak and the Ama Dablam Himal are quite spectacular. Climbing up the rhododendron-laden terrain, you will finally arrive at the "spiritual center" of the region. Here, you can also visit the holy Thyangboche Monastery. Overnights stay at the guesthouse.


Trek to Dingboche 5 – 6 hours, (4410m/14464ft).

Following the tracks overshadowed by tall pine and cedar woods, you will cross a suspension bridge over the Imja River and visit the village of Pangboche on your way to Dingboche today. The trans-Himalayan landscape is filled with small brooks and streams running beside chartreuse forests of rhododendrons and junipers. Dingboche is also known as "the summer valley" of the region. Overnights stay at the guesthouse at Dingboche.  


Trek to Thukla or (Dhukla) 3 hours, (4620m/15154ft).

From Dingboche, you will follow the pathway that winds up the hills towards the small settlement of Dhukla. It is a steady gain in elevation and the trek might be a bit strenuous for a short while, but it isn't anything too difficult. From Dhukla, you are presented with thrilling views of the Island Peak.  Overnights stay at the guesthouse.  


Trek to Lobuche 3 hours, (4930m/16172ft).

The trail passes by Pheriche, where the Trekker's Aid Post is situated. The Aid Post is run by western volunteer doctors and it oversees the minor treatment of trekkers in the region. Further along from Pheriche, you will reach Chupki Lharka, a rocky terrain strewn with large boulders. The Khumbu Glacier moraine is situated further along. Views of mountain peaks like Khumbutse, the Mahalangur Himal, the Lingtren and the Pumori from the glacier moraine are brilliant. Finally, you will reach Lobuche. Overnights stay at a guesthouse at Lobuche.


Trek to Gorekshep 3 hours, (5160m/16929ft) and hike to Everest base camp 4-5 hrs. (5364m/17593ft).

The well-trodden path runs alongside the Khumbu Glacier Moraine, leading to Gorakshep- the last stop before the Everest Base Camp. From Gorakshep, you will carefully move further along the snowy landscape to finally reach the base camp of Mount Everest.

Upon your arrival at the base camp, you can enjoy the sight of the Khumbu Icefall, as well as the views of Khumbutse and Mount Lingtren. After spending some time at the base camp enjoying the sights, you will return to Gorakshep. Overnights stay at the Guesthouse at Gorakshep.


Early hike to kalapatthar (view point) 2 hours, (5560m/18236ft) and trek back to Pheriche 4-5 hours, (2400m/13776ft).

From Gorakshep, early in the morning, you will trek to the vantage point of Kalapatthar. It is one of the best highlights of the journey and the vantage point is famous for its panoramic views of the entire Mount Everest massif. The sunrise view amidst the peaks seen from Kalapatthar is heavenly. After taking in the views at Kalapatthar, we will trek back towards Pheriche, following the beautiful trail through alpine woodlands and occasional terrace farms. Overnights stay at a guesthouse at Pheriche.


Trek to Namche 6 hours, (3440/11284ft).

From Gorakshep, early in the morning, you will trek to the vantage point of Kalapatthar. It is one of the best highlights of the journey and the vantage point is famous for its panoramic views of the entire Mount Everest massif. The sunrise view amidst the peaks seen from Kalapatthar is heavenly. After taking in the views at Kalapatthar, we will trek back towards Pheriche, following the beautiful trail through alpine woodlands and occasional terrace farms. Overnights stay at a guesthouse at Pheriche.


Trek to Lukla 6-7 hours, (2800m/9184ft).

From Namche, you will make your way back through the Dudh Koshi River valley, passing by Phakding and Monjo. You will exit the national park and reach Lukla. Overnights stay at the guesthouse at Lukla.


Flight back to Kathmandu, free day.

This day is reserved for plausible flight delays. This day can be used as a contingency day. However, after landing in Kathmandu, you will be transferred to your hotel, after which you can spend the day as you please. Overnights stay at the hotel.


Final departure from Nepal.

Approximately three hours before your scheduled flight, you will be transferred to the airport by one of our staff members from where you will depart.

Trip Cost Includes
  • All Airport and hotel transfers as per itinerary in private vehicle
  • Accommodations in Deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing Basic.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner
  • Round trip flight Kathmandu – Lukla– Kathmandu including departure taxes
  • Full board meals: B, L, D and accommodation during the trek.
  • An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
  • Down jacket, sleeping bag, Green society duffel bag, t-shirt, trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
  • All necessary paperwork and National park permits and TIMS
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes
Trip Cost Excludes
  • Nepalese visa fee
  • International airfare
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • All bar bills along the trek.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Travel and rescue insurance.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc
  • Tips for guides and porters.
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What is Trekking?

Trekking is a thrilling adventure! And this activity requires a multi-day hike and climbs on mountain villages and park trails. The mountain trail usually steep, gradual and likely to encounter with snow at high elevation (that above 3000m/9840ft in winter and 5500m/18040ft in summer).

How tough is Everest Base Camp Trek?

Trekking to Everest base camp is quite tough but we recommend this trek is for everyone who loves outdoors, physically fit, have a good health condition and patient. As we are hiking on a higher altitude, you better to have some physical training before going for this trek.

Does Everest base camp Trek Require Previous Experience?

Well, if you have a healthy circulatory ability and good strength to cope with high altitude and lower oxygen density then it doesn’t require early experience. But who has early experience in trekking or hiking they can enjoy their Himalayan adventure maximum!

What is Altitude Sickness? How to Deal with?

Altitude sickness, also known as “mountain sickness” is a symptom that can attack while you hike or climb to the higher elevation. Especially this can be happening after 3000m/9840ft. if you walk too quickly.

There are three types of Altitude sickness

  1. AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness: Very common one. Symptoms: dizziness, headache, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting.
  2. HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema: Can happen when it build up fluid in lungs. This is very dangerous and even life threating.
  3. HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema: this is the most severe form of altitude sickness and it can happen when fluids take a place in the brain. This is life threating, as soon need to seek medical attention.

Read more about Altitude Sickness here.

What should you do

  • Hike (Ascend) slowly.
  • Take a rest and take a deep breath.
  • Drink plenty of water and fluids, stay hydrated.  
  • Walk on high and sleep at a low altitude.
  • Descend (at low elevation).
  • Take a Diamox or Tylenol.

What is the best time for Everest Base Camp (EBC) trekking?

March to the end of May and Mid-September to end of November would be the best time for this trek.

Are any permits required for Everest Base Camp trek?

Trek to EBC, you need to get Sagarmatha (Everest) National park entry fee $30 and Local Government tax fee $20.

How long must walk every day?

In average, we walk 5 to 6 hours a day. But in higher elevation (over 4400m/14430ft) normally we hike 3 hours a day.

What types of meals we can get in Everest Base Camp Trek?

Continentals menus are generally available in this trek. As well you can get traditional Nepali Dal-Bhat and some Sherpa dishes (Sherpa Stew, Tsampa porridge).  

What types of accommodation do we utilize?

Most of the area in this place we can get a clean and comfortable guest and lodge. Some luxury hotels also available. 

Just got back from an 8-day trek around the Everest region! It was incredible! I highly recommend this company! They took care of everything and catered to our individual group needs. Raj knows his stuff and really cared about our wellbeing the entire time. It was an amazing adventure!

Janelle Parslow (from United States)

There really are no words to accurately capture what it was like to trek with Green Society Adventure and see the wonders of Everest Himalayas. Truly a breathtaking experience and one that I will never forget! Raj was such an awesome guide! Super knowledgeable about the mountains, vistas, history, and everything in-between, and always willing to answer my million and one questions. It was a pleasure to get to know him and his porters, and I will ABSOLUTELY come back and hire him in a heartbeat. Thank you Green Society and team for everything!

Aleks Slijepcevie (from United States)

I trekked with Green Society Adventure twice to Gokyo and EBC. Both treks were great and very affordable. Raj is a really very nice guide, always kind, helpful and sincere. He arranged both of our treks. The overall experience was just amazing :) Many thanks to Green Society Adventure and Raj! I'm planning to arrange my next trip to Upper Mustang with them too.

Tatiana Shukhina (from Russian Federation)

I organize an EBC trek with Green Society Adventure and my guide is one of the best, kindest, fabulous. He is considerate, kind and allows people to walk at their own pace. Best experience ever to be had if your trek is led by Raj. So, come on people, get back to Nepal and experience all it has to offer. Isn't it enough that all the people in Nepal suffered after the earthquake? Now they are suffering from a lack of tourism and thus a lack of income. Get to Kathmandu and experience one of the most mystical places on the planet - NEPAL!! I'd highly recommend Raj and Green Society Adventure to any future trekkers.

Wendy Hillman (from Australia)
Trip Facts
Group Size 1 to 12
Best Season June - August
Duration 14 days
Grade Moderate
Max Altitude 5540 meters
Starting Point Kathmandu

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