15 days Everest Base Camp Trek is located in eastern Nepal and is one of the most spectacular trek to see the world’s highest mountain at 8848m. Trekkers from all corners of the earth come to see this remarkable natural iconic wonder. Trekking to Everest Base Camp will offers you an opportunity to experience true Tibetan and Sherpa communities, culture and religious dialects, pristine flora and fauna and abundant waterfalls and landscapes that are truly memorable.
The Everest Base Camp region is dominated by Sherpa’s which are well known as mountaineering people. The majority of the community here are Buddhists and enjoys a peacefulness of spirit. On your Everest Base Camp Trek you will experience 360 degree views of majestic snowed capped mountains surroundings. Some of these peaks are extremely popular of climbing such as: Amadablam, Island Peak, Lobuche East, Lobuche West etc. While taking in these amazing mountains you will also be richly affected by the deep Buddhist culture, its communities, its monasteries and of course the Nepal Trekking Experts crew and local people who will affects you in their kind and warmth of spirit.
The area boasts the Sagarmatha National Park a beautiful and memorable place of trees and waterways. We will enter Sagarmatha National park from Monjo where trekkers should obtain national park entrance permits. Trekkers also need Tims card which we will obtain from TAAN office or individual trekkers can obtain from Nepal tourism board. The Everest Base Camp Trek normally starts at Lukla for those who fly in or from Jiri or Salleri if you come by road transport like a jeep. If you start trekking from Jiri then you should obtain Gaurisanker conservation area permits as well.
If you are looking for such an adventure that includes reaching the roof of the world with unforgettable views of the massive Himalaya range, stunning flora and fauna and communities that provides rich culture, then Nepal Trekking Experts highly recommend Everest Base Camp Trek is for you. If you have further queries please feel free to visit our blog or contact us.
Day 01: Welcome at airport and transfer to the Hotel.
Day 02: Free day for final trekking preparation.
Day 03: Kathmandu to Lukla by scenic mountain flight and trek to Phakding (2610m, 4/5 hrs).
Day 04: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m, 6hrs).
Day 05: Acclimatization day in Namche.
Day 06: Namche to Tengboche (3870m, 5/6hrs).
Day 07: Tengboche to Dingboche (4410m, 6hrs).
Day 08: Another acclimatization day.
Day 09: Dingboche to Lobuche (4940m, 6hrs).
Day 10: Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5140m, 7 hrs) then hike to thrilling Everest Base Camp 5364m and back to Gorak Shep for overnight.
Day 11: Early morning hike to Kala Patthar (5550m), then descend to Pheriche (4280m, 5/6hrs).
Day 12: Pheriche to Namche(3440m, 7hrs).
Day 13: Namche to Lukla (2840m, 7hrs).
Day 14: Lukla to Kathmandu by flight then enjoy with final shopping, drinks, meal etc.
Day 15: Next program or International airport departure according to flight schedule.
Note:- Above itinerary is just a guideline. If you are not satisfied please feel free customize your own.
Welcome at Airport and transfer to the Hotel. Introduce about program then enjoy your first night in Kathmandu.
Free day for final trekking preparation and spend your day as you prefer.
Kathmandu to Lukla(2840m) by flight then we might have Breakfast/lunch at Lukla and trek to Phakding(2610m, 4/5 hrs)
Today will be a beautiful day, as we will most likely get a view of the Himalayas as well as crossing the Edmen Hillary suspension bridge (3440m, 6hrs).
Take a hot breakfast then hike around Everest view Hotel to have first great view of Everest and enjoy with tea and coffee with highest altitude five star hotel in the world. If you also love to visit Sherpa village called Khumjung which is known as hidden valley and offer Khumjung Monastery where you can explore mysterious Yeti scalp. Then back to Namche for overnight.
Tengboche is known as one of the most beautiful view point and we can visit biggest monastery of Khumbu region. Also you can explore the morning & evening ceremony in the Tengboche monastery.(3860m, 5/6hrs)
On day 7 the trail will gradually descend into a beautiful forest and then cross a suspension bridge. Afterwards the trail gradually ascend to the town of Pangboche and Sumare. Lunch will probably be at Sumare before we head on to Dingboche where we will spend the night. Dingboche is a big town and will offers a vast amount of views of Amadablam, Lhoste, Island peak and many more.
Hike to Chhukung or Chhukung Ri to capture some of the best scenery and back to Dingboche.
After breakfast we head on to Lobuche via Thugla. On top of Thugla pass you can explore numerous monuments of different nationalities people who unfortunately died on the way of the summit of Everest as well as other mountains. Then we head to Lobuche (4940m, 6hrs).
It will be one the most crucial and amazing days of the trek. After 3 hours of walking from Lobuche we will arrive in Gorakshep to have lunch before we head on to the base camp of top of the world (5364m). After celebrating massive success with team, we will descend back to the hotel for overnight (5140m, 7hrs).
Early morning hike to Kalapatthar which means Black Rock (5550m, 2hrs) to have great view of sunrise, top of the world Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Pumari and many more 360 degree amazing Himalaya vistas just around of you then back to hotel to have breakfast. After breakfast descend to Pheriche(4240m,5/6 hrs) for overnight.
Same way back
Also same way back
After breakfast take a flight to Kathmandu then enjoy in city.
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|19 November, 2018||03 December, 2018||US $1195||Guaranteed|
|26 November, 2018||10 December, 2018||US $1195||Guaranteed|
|03 December, 2018||17 December, 2018||US $1195||Guaranteed|
|10 December, 2018||24 December, 2018||US $1195||Guaranteed|
|17 December, 2018||31 December, 2018||US $1195||Available|
I started my base camp with a tour guide with the the Nepal Trekking experts, named Raj. This guy is arguably someone that i would most importantly consider a friend and tour guide. For the majority of the time, he spent everything with a customer who was not physically capable of making it to base camp, however he reassured her and made sure she made it to the end and as an end result she was unbelievably grateful. This to me was impressive, given going to base camp is not the cheapest in journey in the world. Even though the trip is a total of 12 days walking, he made it feel like a walk in the park :) I'm not the biggest fan of giving reviews, however Raj considers people like family, not as a customer - he is extremely customer service focused and takes his job extremely seriously. I was lucky enough to meet his family, (including his wife and children) and confirm he is a true gentleman. If you ever go to Nepal, i highly recommend Raj - a man with a big heart and knowledge of the himalayan mountains that are greater than you can imagine. Thanks, Iain
My name is Bill and I have just returned home after trekking in the Everest region on the Himalayas. My guide was none other then my Himalayan Sherpa himself mr Rajesh. When you arrive in Nepal and walk thamel looking for a trekking company it is such an incredibly difficult choice to choose which company to use. I finally settled on Nepal Trekking Experts company as I was drawn to the very friendly and extremely knowledgable staff there. This is because there is no "boss" as such but the company is owned by a group of actual guides. This makes a massive difference. Rajesh spoke perfect english and his knowledge was impeccable. Every and I mean EVERY mountain in the region he knew the name of and the exact hight and even the difficulty of climb. I am personally more into mountain climbing then trekking, however I went on my trip to get an up close view of mountains that I one day wish to summit, and it was so amazing to have such a knowledgable guide as it made the trip so much more special. Even the other people whom where trekking with different companies said to me how much they liked my guide and how he was better then theirs. I feel externally lucky to have been able to take the himalayan Sherpa, mr Rajesh as my guide and am proud to be able to call him my friend now. I will 100% be using Rajesh from Nepal Trekking Experts again for my return trips to the Himalayas. Thank you Nepal Trekking Experts and especially thank you to my guide and friend Rajesh! See you soon. Visited June 2014