Everest Base Camp Trek is a lifetime achievement for travelers. Once you travel to Everest Base Camp, a lifetime dream is fulfilled. If you prefer to join with a fixed departure Group, you could click on the Fixed Departure date set by Adventure A one Treks team. If our fixed departure date is not suitable for you, you can make a private trip. Please inform us to create a customized departure date for your group.
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu international airport, the A1 Trek representative welcomes you and will help you to transfer to the hotel. You can then take a good rest in the hotel. Later you can explore around yourself if interested.
With an early morning flight, you will be arriving at Lukla airport. At Lukla, meet the porters before starting the trek. The route to Phakding is an easy one. Just keep on your eyes as the finest views of Kusum Kanguru can be collected. Phakding is a small settlement in the Dudh Koshi river bank. Enjoy a comfortable night's stay at the Phakding teahouse.
Start the day with a good breakfast. Get into Monjo then enter to Sagarmatha National park- the home to the greatest Himalayan flora and faunas. The dense forest of blue pine, deodar, rhododendron, and more. On a clear day, you can also catch the first glimpse of Mount Everest on the way up to Namche Bazar. After six hours of trek, you will be reaching Namche Bazar- which is also famous as the Sherpa capital. Namche is the home of famous mountaineers. You will be staying two nights at Namche before heading up.
After breakfast, you will be hiking up to Everest viewpoint to collect 360 views of the mountains. The viewpoint offers stunning views of the Himalayas including Mount Everest. Later in the afternoon, you can explore Namche Bazar or can take a good rest in your hotel.
After spending two amazing nights at Namche Bazaar, you will be trekking Tengboche this day. The route to Tengboche is fascinating as it covers the greatest views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and more. Tengboche is the village with the biggest Buddhist monastery in Everest. Make sure to visit the Tengboche monastery. Later in the evening, you can collect a greater view of sunset in the Himalayas. The overnight will be at a local teahouse.
Start the hiking after breakfast. The route to Dingboche is mostly uphill where you will be crossing several suspension bridges and local villages. One of the best villages you cross on the day is Pangboche village which offers greater views of mount Ama Dablam. Occasionally, this section offers the spotting of snow leopard and Himalayan musk deer too. Located at 4410 meters above sea level, Dingboche is a small settlement, where you will be spending two nights.
After breakfast, take a short hike to Nagarjun hills. It is the vintage point to collect the best views of mount Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Labuche, and more. Then retrace back to the lodge and spend the day taking a good rest.
Enter the valley of dusted snowed grasslands, you can enjoy the greater views of Amadablam, Lhotse, Pumori, and more along the way. Labuche today’s overnight place is a small Sherpa settlement with a few teahouses around. Take a good sleep with the excitement of getting to Everest base camp the next day.
On the most exciting day, you will first trek to Gorakshep for three hours. You will then have your lunch there. Post lunch, leave your bag packs and start the hike to Everest base camp with some essentials (day pack, water, camera, and some chocolates). It takes ninety minutes to get to base camp from Gorakshep. Enjoy the moments, collect the memories and leave a footprint at Everest base camp. Then retrace back to Gorakshep for the night.
Early morning, get to Kalapatthar to collect the best sunrise view. Kalapatthar is actually the better place to see closer views of Mount Everest. And collecting the sunrise view at Kalapatthar is the best experience of the whole trek. You will then get back to Gorakshep for the breakfast, before taking the way back to Pheriche. You will be following the same way back to get to Pheriche. You will be spending your night at one of the many teahouses at Pheriche.
The easy and pleasant way. Although the distance is a bit longer, the route is mostly descending. You will be crossing the familiar village of Pangboche, Tengboche before getting back to Namche Bazar. At Namche Bazar, you can go to the café to enjoy the good coffee and the fresh bake.
Retrace the same way back, that you have followed up. Get the final glimpse of mount Everest, enjoy the stunning trails, and wish good luck to the trekkers going up. At Lukla, you will be saying goodbye to your porter as well.
After collecting all the greatest memories of the trek, today you will be flying back to Kathmandu. From Kathmandu airport, you will be transferred to the hotel where you can take a relaxing rest.
With all the finest memories, today you will be flying to your next destination. Our representative will be transferred to Kathmandu airport. With the hope of seeing you again in Nepal, we will be saying bye for this time.
Everest Base camp, there are two base Camps for Everest Trekking. South Base camp 5,365m is Nepal and North Base Camp 5,150m is in Tibet side. Most people talk about Everest Base camp from Nepal Side and it is more famous for hiking and trekking in Nepal. So Everest Base Camp Trek is a legendary trek in the world. It is discovered on the eastern side of Kathmandu.
Nepal has more than 90 ethnic groups, within that, Sherpa people are more to connect in mountains. Similarly, Everest region more people are Sherpa, Rai, Tamang, and others. Sherpa is a mountain climber and they help people to take their dream destinations like peak climbing, Mountain Trekking, and other Adventure Activity.
Normally, Everest Base Camp Trek takes about two weeks for doing trekking. So the sky distance from Kathmandu to Everest base camp is about 155km, but for trekking, people fly to Lukla, and the trek starts from there. The walking distance from Lukla to Everest Base camp is about 72 kilometers which will take around 11 days with 2 acclimatization days.
There are several ways to reach Everest base camp. While you are planning to go to Everest Base Camp Trekking per day you need to walk 6/7 hours. But someday will be longer means there will be a final destination. but if you want to do a long time for acclimatization, in this case, it will be a shorter walk and stop in a closer village.
For the Everest Base camp Trek the price are so different on your choice of services, if you want luxury Service it cost high and for Normal Service, like no guide and porter just buying a flight ticket and going by yourself cost almost 7/8 hundred Dollar. For a normal package trip, it cost $1150/- and more to till your choice of services if you want to do a Helicopter flight it cost more!!
Yes, Everest Base Camp Trek is possible for all aged people. Bit elderly aged people can do Helicopter Trek or tour and physically fit people can Trek up to Everest Base Camp. However, people can reach The Everest Base Camp
You will get all kinds of food on the trekking route, nowadays most of the western food menu is available. There is more to Tibetan, Italian, and Mexican food but if you want to have healthy food better to Have Dal Bhat. Dal Bhat means traditional food of Nepal and it includes many varieties like Lentils, Grains, Spices, mixed veg Curry, plain Rice, Papad, and many more.
Yeti is an Abominable Snowman who has big feet and lives in the Higher Parts of the Himalayans like Nepal. As I heard people saw Yeti in Everest Region, Dhaulagiri Trekking route. It seems to be a myth but still old local people say the yeti is an ape-like creature taller than an average Human believed to be in the Himalayan Mountains.
Made it in march 2017. Just perfect... Great organisation, great guide, great landscapes Just have to profit from your hollidays. Thanks Ajeeb