Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal

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Trip Highlights

  • Get a once-in-a-lifetime experience of trekking to the base camp of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest known to be a legend amongst trekkers.

  • Trek on a trail that passes through diverse landscapes where lush green forests transition into rugged, rocky valleys adorned with blankets of glacial ice.

  • Encounter four out of the six tallest mountain peaks in the world—including Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Everest—during this journey to the Everest base camp.

  • Conquer Kalapathar's summit as a part of the Everest Base Camp trek for unparalleled and stunning views of the surrounding peaks including the Everest.

  • Engage with local Sherpa communities along the trek, learning about their traditions, folklore, and way of life amidst the Himalayan landscape.

INR 46,950
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What’s inside the package?
Flights included from Nepal to Lukla
Flights included from Lukla to Nepal
2 night of stays in Namche Bazar
1 night stay in Deboche
2 night of stays in Dingboche
1 night stay in Lobuche
1 night stay in Gorakshep
1 night stay in Pheriche
1 night stay in Namche Bazar
1 night stay in Lukla
1 night stay in Phakding
Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar
Trek From Namche Bazar To Deboche Via Tengboche
Trek From Deboche To Dingboche Via Pangboche
Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche
Trek From Lobuche To Everest Base Camp And Back To Gorakshep
Hiking To Kala Patthar | Descend To Pheriche
Pheriche to Namche Bazaar
Trek From Namche Bazar To Lukla
Trek from Lukla to Phakding
Trekking Permission
Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff
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Expenses of a personal nature.
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary or inclusions
Any personal expenses
Daily Breakfast

Know Before You Go

  • Please carry a valid ID proof.
  • Take your time adjusting to high altitudes, as the weather conditions can be different from lower areas.
  • Listen to your trek leaders or instructors carefully for a safe and enjoyable experience.
  • Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the tour.
  • No bill will be reimbursed for any missed service/facility.
  • Keep your luggage minimum; the more you carry, the more you hassle.
  • Any personal expenses, items of personal nature, meals not mentioned, etc. will not be in part of the package.
  • Mobile & laptop charging points may/may not be available on campsites at a common point.
  • Avoid using plastic bags and maintain the ecological balance of the destinations.
  • It is recommended to carry enough warm clothes and the right kind of shoes for the trek.
  • Please note that in the event of emergencies or natural calamities, the management reserves the right to modify the trek itinerary. However, any changes due to circumstances beyond our control is not covered in the package cost.

Additional Information

About Everest Base Camp Trek:

The Everest Base Camp Trek is an amazing adventure in the Himalayas. Since it is the highest mountain in the world, many people dream of getting close to it. This trek takes you through Nepal's beautiful Bagmati Zone. You'll see four of the six tallest mountains: Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Everest.

During the trek, you will stay in small villages called teahouses. These are some of the highest villages in the world. You will learn about the local Sherpa people, their culture, and their life in the mountains. One special place on Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek is Kala Patthar, which is 5,500 metres high and gives you a great view of Mt. Everest.

Your journey starts in Kathmandu, where you take a short flight to Lukla. The trail leads to Namche Bazaar, a big village where you stay for a day to get used to the high altitude. From there, you continue to places like Pheriche and Dingboche, and finally to Everest Base Camp. 

So, what are you waiting for? Book your Everest Base Camp trek packages with Thrillophilia today and get ready for a 13-day adventure that will last a lifetime.

Available Group Departures:

  • March: 1, 4, 6, 9. 19, 23, 25, 27
  • April: 4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 29
  • May: 1, 4, 5, 9, 12, 13, 14, 20, 21, 25, 29, 30
  • June: 1, 5, 8

Quick Facts:

  • Start Point/End Point: Manthali Airport, Ramechhap, Nepal
  • Everest Base Camp Trekking Duration: 12 Days & 11 Nights
  • Everest Base Camp Altitude: 18,513 ft
  • EBC Trek Difficulty: Difficult
  • Approx.Trekking Distance: 130 km
  • Best Time for the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek: April to early June and September to mid-December

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking Inclusions:

  • Domestic flights (Ramechaap, Lukla, and Ramechaap), as per the variant selected.
  • Accommodation during the trekking period in a tea house or mountain lodge (11/13 nights).
  • Trekking permits: Sagarmatha National Park Permit, TIMS.
  • Khumbu Region entry permit.
  • A professionally Certified Trek leader and sherpa will assist and guide you during the trek
  • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader),
  • Oxygen cans and cylinders are available on request.
  • All government and local taxes.
  • Porter can carry up to 10 kgs of weight per trekker

How To Reach Kathmandu:

  • By Air: Kathmandu is served by the Tribhuvan International Airport, which has a number of direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, And Varanasi to Kathmandu.
  • By Road: You can reach Kathmandu by bus from either Gorakhpur or Varanasi to the Nepalese Border at Sunauli. From Sunauli one can take a local bus to Kathmandu. 
  • By Train: There is no rail line to reach Kathmandu to date. However, there's a train originating from Jainagar (India) to Janakpur (Nepal). From Janakpur It's a 6 hours drive to the city.


  • For international travelers (other than those from India, Nepal, and Bhutan): INR 25000 for International Permits and Fare difference
  • Customization is available on request

Difficulty of Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a challenging adventure, especially if you choose the route via Gokyo Ri. This trek starts at Lukla, which is 9,300 feet high and climbs up to 18,200 feet over 13 days. While most of the trek is a moderate hike through the beautiful valleys of Nepal, it gets more difficult as you approach the Everest Base Camp.

The daily hikes are long, which often lasts for about 9 hours. This makes the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek difficult, and is best for people having prior experience in trekking. You are required to prepare for at least 8 weeks before starting the trek. Start with brisk walking and then jogging to improve your fitness. You can then aim to cover 10 kilometres in under 60 minutes comfortably by the time you start the trek.

The terrain on the Everest Base Camp Trek packages does not have many dangerous sections, so it is generally safe. However, there is a risk of getting altitude sickness because you climb quickly from a low starting point. Symptoms like headaches, tiredness, and lack of appetite can appear. So, it is important to inform your trek leader if you feel any of these symptoms.

Best Time to Go For Everest Base Camp Trek

1. Everest Base Camp Trek in Spring (April)

April is the best time to go for the Everest Base Camp Trek. During this time, the weather remains pleasant as the harsh winter season has ended. The temperature during the day is usually between 18 and 24 degrees Celsius, which is warm enough to enjoy trekking without feeling too hot. At night, it can get much colder as the temperatures can drop between 0 and -5 degrees Celsius. 

Moreover, you might see some snow patches on the ground, especially if you go above 12,000 feet. Since the nights are cold, you should wear about 4 warm layers. These layers will not only keep you warm during the chilly nights but also if the temperature drops during the day. Therefore, April offers a blend of comfortable temperatures and beautiful scenery.

2. Everest Base Camp Trek  in Autumn (October)

October is another great time for Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek. At this time, the weather remains cool and clear, with temperatures ranging from 12 to 15 degrees Celsius during the day. It is comfortable for walking, but you should keep a jacket with you. If it rains or there is a drizzle, it can get a bit colder.

At night, the temperature can drop to -5 to -10 degrees Celsius. It is advisable to carry about 5 layers of warm clothing to keep you warm during the cold nights. It is advisable to carry about 5 layers of warm clothing to keep you warm during the cold nights. Therefore, the cool temperatures and lack of snow make the autumn season a pleasant and safe time for this trekking adventure.


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What is the best time for Everest Base Camp trek?

The best time to trek to the Everest Base Camp is Spring (March to Mid June) and Autumn (September to Mid December). The temperature is moderate in these seasons and guarantees amazing views through the trip. Although EBC trek can be undertaken during winter, the cold temperature might not be suitable for everyone.

How much does it cost to trek Everest Base Camp?

The Everest Base Camp trek cost for a standard package spanning 12 days and 11 nights starts from INR 46,950 on Thrillophilia’s website. It includes everything starting from accommodation, meals, transfers, tour guides, permits and local trek leaders. The Mount Everest Base Camp trek cost may also go high depending upon the duration of stay, the type of accommodation chosen and the additional experiences opted for.

What is the temperature in EBC trek?

The temperature at the Everest Base Camp is generally 25-degree Celcius to -20-degree Celcius. During the day, the temperature can be as high as 25 degrees Celcius and at night, it can drop down to -20 to -30 degrees Celcius. As you climb up from Lukla, you will feel the temperatures dropping in the higher regions like Kumbhu. It may also happen that the weather would drastically change from bright sunny to snowfall or blizzard. But it is manageable to continue the trek after the weather conditions are preferable.

How long does it take to do the Everest Base Camp Trek?

On average, it takes 12 days to do the entire Mount Everest base camp trekking. It usually starts from Lukla, where you land from Kathmandu on a 35-minute flight. Commencing from Lukla, you will trek through Kumbhu region and then to the Everest Base Camp. This takes around 09 days of hiking and descending down back to Lukla takes around 04 days.

What is the best season for Everest base camp trek?

The best season for Everest Base Camp trek is autumn, from September to November. During this time, the weather is clear with mild temperatures, offering stunning views of the Himalayas. The colourful landscapes and vibrant flora add to the beauty of the journey. Trekkers can witness breathtaking sunrises over Everest and explore attractions like Namche Bazaar and Tengboche Monastery. Additionally, the festive atmosphere during autumn enhances the overall trekking experience, making it a favourable time for adventurers.

How high is Mt Everest base camp?

If you are starting your trek from the south East Ridge than your Base Camp will be 5,380 m (18,513 ft) on the south side of Everest in Nepal. If you are trekking via Gorakshep below the Kala Pathar then your base camp will be is 5,545 metres.

What is the altitude of Mount Everest Base Camp trekking?

The altitude of the Everest Base Camp trek varies as you hike up. At the starting point Lukla, the altitude is 2800 meters. Going up to Namche Bazaar in Kumbhu region, the altitude further ups itself to 3400 meters. When you reach the Everest Base Camp, you will be at a whopping altitude of 5364 meters. Further up, as you go to Kala Patthar for a clearer view of the Everest peak, you will reach at an altitude of 5643 meters.

What are the inclusions of the Mount Everest trekking?

The inclusions of the Mount Everest Base Camp trek are as follows:

A round trip by flight between Kathmandu and Luka

All accommodations during the trek, in guest houses, tea houses and mountain lodges

Sightseeing tours in the areas covered by the trek

Mandatory trekking permits for Sagarmatha National Park and TIMS

Entry permit for the Khumbu region

All government and local taxes required during the tour

Porters for carrying baggage weighing up to 10 kgs

An expert trekking guide

A basic medical kit

Can beginners go for Everest Base Camp Trek?

The Everest Base Camp trek is not recommended for beginners. It's a moderate to difficult level trek lasting 12-15 days, demanding good fitness, stamina, and prior trekking experience. The challenging terrain and high altitudes make it unsuitable for beginners. However, with proper training and preparation, adventurers can conquer this iconic trek and savour its breathtaking views.

Is it hard to get to Everest Base Camp?

Trekking up to the Everest Base Camp is one of the exhilarating experiences one can have in their lives. It is an uneven trail with snow-capped mountains in the background. A lot of trek enthusiasts all over the world have successfully completed this trek.

Sometimes, the unpredictable weather conditions and the high altitude may hinder you to fully enjoy the hike, but it is quite manageable with a few precautions and alertness. So, if one plans, prepares and packs properly, he/she will definitely be able to finish this iconic trek.

Is it safe to trek to Everest Base Camp?

Yes, it is safe to trek to the Everest Base Camp as it guarantees a secure and adventurous journey. You should consider booking your Everest Base Camp trek package with Thrillophilia as it is known for organising such experiences throughout the different terrains of India. We work with seasoned guides, and trek leaders, ensuring safety. Our dedicated on-ground team and round-the-clock customer support prioritise your safety throughout the adventure. 

How cold is Everest base camp in may?

The month of May at Everest Base Camp is the transitional period from the spring season to the summers. While the days during this month remain hot around 22 degrees Celsius, the temperatures drop drastically at night, sometimes reaching 0 degrees Celsius. 

What is the total distance of Everest Base Camp Trek?

The total approximate distance to be covered to reach the Everest Base camp is around 130 KM, out of which, 65 KM needs to be covered on each side - ascending and descending. Having a difficult level of trekking, this route can take up to 12 to 14 days to get complete, depending on the speed of your group. 

How did you avoid altitude sickness?

While there is no way to avoid altitude sickness, there are ways in which you can minimise its occurrence by taking a few easy precautions. The golden rule is to never miss the acclimatization days. Avoid caffeine and smoking a few days before the trek starts.This helps in avoiding headaches that can be confused for AMS. Your water intake should be sufficient every day. Less water intake will result in headaches due to altitude. Walk at a comfortable pace to gain altitude slowly.

What about first aid and medication if someone falls sick?

All the guides are trained medical professionals and have the first-aid kits along with necessary medications with them. Hence, immediate medical care is provided to anyone who falls sick during the trek.

Can you see the summit of Everest from the Base Camp?

You can see a glimpse of the Everest summit, although not clearly. You can mostly see Nuptse and Kumbhu ice falls. To get a clear and dramatic view of the Everest peak, you will have to climb further to Kala Patthar which takes about 7-8 hours of trekking from Gorakshep.

How far up is Everest from the base camp?

The Everest summit is further 20 Km from the Everest Base Camp from Nepal side. The average time to reach the Everest Summit is 40 to 45 days. This is because the trekkers have to assemble at least 4 camps at various locations and establish amenities like food, fuel, and oxygen at each of the camps and then come back to the base camp. As the altitude increases drastically after the Everest Base Camp, it is vital to get acclimatized to reach the peak safely.

Do you need training for Mt Everest Base Camp trek?

Though training is not required for the Everest Base Camp Trek, prior trekking experience is essential due to its challenging terrain and difficulty level. The Everest Base Camp trek itinerary spans 12 long days, demanding good fitness levels. With proper training and preparation, you can conquer this iconic trek and indulge in its breathtaking beauty.

How difficult is the Everest Base Camp Trek?

Trekking in the Himalayas is a moderate-level trek. It is of course comparatively challenging than other mountain ranges. But it is not at all impossible. People ranging from the age of 7 years to 70 years have successfully completed Mt Everest base camp trek.

The Everest Base Camp lies at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. There will be unpredictable weather conditions and high altitude, but all this thrill will be worth it when you finally reach the base camp.

Do we need gumboots on EBC trek?

A lightweight pair of “Gore tex” will be the best for your Everest Base Camp trek. These boots provides you with great ankle support and also helps you to keep your feet dry. You can get these boots in all shapes and sizes. You can also opt for gumboots as this will help you with your grip and keep off the ice from entering your shoes.

What types of clothing should I bring with me?

As the temperature is cold throughout the trek with the possibilities of rain, we recommend that you carry woolen clothes, which can be full sleeves woolen sweater, thermal inner wear, windproof jacket, etc. along with a raincoat.

Which type of shoes should I carry?

Please do not carry the normal sports shoes. As you need the good traction during the trek, shoes from Woodland or Forclaz 500 is a recommended choice.

How much weight will I have to carry? Will porters be there?

It is advisable to carry a 60L backpack.. Yes, porters will be there to carry your luggage and will carry upto 10 kgs of your weight.

What kind of food will be available during this Mt Everest base camp trek? What about safe drinking water?

Veg and egg dishes and safe drinking water throughout the trek is available.

What is the level of fitness expected from the participants?

The fitter you are the more you'll take away from the experience. Take as much time as you can for cardio exercise and strength training, including core strength. This will make it far easier for you to trek and explore the terrain with your guide. Moreover, exercises aid in acclimatization for the trip. Experience of walking for long distances with heavy weights (at least 15 Kg) will be a useful preparation.

How to plan an Everest base camp trek?

To plan an Everest Base Camp trek, start by researching routes, permits, and gear. Consider your fitness level and acclimatisation needs. Book your trek package from Thrillophilia ensuring accommodation, meals, permits, and experienced guides. Pack essentials like sturdy boots, warm clothing, and a first aid kit. Train beforehand to build endurance and prepare for high altitudes. 

How to reach Everest base camp from Kathmandu?

To reach the Everest Base Camp, you first need to reach Ramechhap by taking a 5 hour long car, jeep or Hiace bus ride from Kathmandu. Lukla, which is the starting point of the Everest Base Camp trek, is accessible by flight from Ramechhap. From Ramechhap Airport, you can take a short flight to Lukla and begin your Mount Everest Base Camp trek towards Phankding.

How far is it from base camp to the summit of Everest?

From the base camp if you are trekking through the south ridge route then you will be covering 12.5miles (20km), plus 50miles (80km) on trekking approach (total 62.5miles, 100km). If you are trekking through the Northeast ridge route then you will be covering 22.75miles (36.5km)

How hard is it to walk to Everest Base Camp?

Walking to Everest Base Camp requires you to travel across rugged terrain, spanning approximately 130 kilometres round trip. The trail presents challenges like steep ascents, rocky paths, and high altitudes reaching up to 5,380 metres. The climate varies from mild to freezing, with unpredictable weather conditions. Stamina and good fitness levels are required for enduring long hours of trekking each day.

What are the essentials points to be keep in mind before going for Everest base camp trekking?

1) Bring enough money: There are no ATMs in Lukla, so one is advised to carry enough money with them in case of need for an emergency. And even for buying trekking equipment in Kathmandu. It is one of the best and cheapest place to buy the same.

2) Bring your own Tea: Yes, tea is very expensive at Everest. But getting hot water won’t cost you much. Carry your own tea bags to be used while on the trek.

3) Mentally prepare yourself: As this is not an easy trek, you should prepare yourself mentally for the task that is ahead of you. This means, be prepared for extreme weather conditions, All accommodation on the trek to Everest Base Camp is in small tea houses, run by the local Sherpa people or Mountain Lodges. There are options for showers lower down on the trail, if you decide to use them, however, many people keep clean by using baby wipes and a bowl of warm water each day. The toilet situations can be difficult at times, as in the tea houses they are generally not Western-style toilets, rather just a hole in the ground instead of a toilet bowl. 

4) What to Carry: Warm clothes, sunglasses, trekking boots, gloves, trekking stick, woollen caps among other trekking equipment you want to carry. However, the most important thing to bring is a good pair of trekking shoes that you have hiked in previously. Kathmandu is a great place to buy trekking clothes that are both cheap and of decent quality. If you can bring your own sleeping bag otherwise you can rent one for about 500-600 rupees a day.

5) Prepare for extreme weather: If it’s sunny you might be surprised at how warm it can get during the day. Most trekkers wear t-shirts and shorts for the first few days while the elevation is still low. When the sun sets the temperatures drop quick. Wear a warm hat while sleeping and take a Nalgene bottle filled with hot water and keep it in your sleeping bag to stay warm. 

6) Stay Hydrated: Make sure to drink plenty of water while on the trek. Do carry extra water bottles with you at all times.

7) Altitude Headaches: A headache can be one of the first signs of altitude problems. Do carry suitable medications for the same. Small headaches are common and should not stop you from trekking or worry you. However, if it persists or increases, it might be advisable to ascend or even trek down.

8) Avoid the Sun: Taking care of your skin and eyes are important. Sunburns happen much quicker at high elevation so make sure to apply sunscreen a few times a day and wear a hat. Sunglasses are a must-have and if you wear prescription glasses it’s good to come to Nepal with a pair of prescription sunglasses or at least a clip-on.

9) Dress in Layers: Layering allows you to easily regulate your body temperature and stay comfortable while trekking. It’s even better if your layers have zippers so that you have even more control of your body temperature. 

10) Bring a camera: This trek is one of the most beautiful Himalayan Treks. So much so, that one would want to stop at every step and take pictures to make memories for life.

11) Bring Extra Batteries/Charging Packs: In the cold, your batteries will die much quicker than they do at home. This holds true for basically every kind of electronics you'll be using from phones to cameras to kindles. While some of the tea houses allow you to change things, they all charge you for it (some more than others). An easy way to avoid this is to bring spare batteries and a portable charger.

Can I trek to Everest Base Camp independently / without support?

One can definitely trek independently to the Everest Base camp but it comes with its pros and cons. Everest Base Camp trek planning can be a lot of work – from permits, accommodations, transportation, and more – there are a lot of logistics to consider before and during your trek. If you pay a travel company to do this, it will cost money but comes with zero stress of all the above mentioned steps. Plus the biggest benefit is safety. You will have trained guides and experienced leaders to trek you through the best route.

What is the shortest time to do the Everest Base Camp Trek?

While the ideal duration for the Mount Everest Base Camp trek is 12-15 days, it varies based on fitness and stamina levels. Trekkers with good endurance can complete it in 7-10 days. However, the time frame ultimately depends on the chosen route's distance and individual capabilities. It also ensures a rewarding experience for those seeking the adventure of a lifetime in a shorter duration.

Can we go Everest base camp in January?

Yes, You can go for Everest Base Camp in January. The skies are clear and offer great views of the mountain ranges. The daytime temperatures can go to around 10°C, which is comfortable to bear. In the nights, while the temperature might fall between -5°C to -12°C, it is easy to bear provided you have good sleeping gear.

How long do we trek each day?

Day 1: 2.5-hour long trek from Lulka to Monjo

Day 2: 2 to 3 hours from Monjo to Namche Bazaar 

Day 3: 20-minute long additional trek towards Namche Museum

Day 4: Namche to Phunge Tenga for 3.5 hours, Phunge Tenga to Tengboche Monastery for 2.5 hours, and Tengboche Monastery to the village of Deboche for 20 minutes

Day 5: Deboche to Shomare via Pangboche for 3 hours and more 2.5 hours to Dingboche

Day 6: No trek on this day, you can further choose to hike around Dingboche to keep pace on

Day 7: Dingboche to Lobuche for a few hours in which will also get a chance to cross the Dudh Koshi River

Day 8: A 5 to 7 hours long trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep to Everest base camp and then back to Gorak Shep. 

Day 9: Hiking/trekking from Gorak Shep to Kala Pathar for around 3 hours and descend back to Kala Pathar

Day 10: A few hours-long treks to Namche Bazar while crossing places like Tengboche and Phungi Thanga.

Day 11: 5 hour long trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla

Day 12: No trekking on this day

What are the best places to visit in Kathmandu?

  • Pashupatinath Temple: Located on the banks of the Bagmati River, the Pashupatinath Temple is a sacred hindu temple complex. Serving as the seat of lord Pashupatinath, the temple houses various idols dating back to several centuries. 
  • Thamel: A visit to any new destination is incomplete without visiting a market, and similar is Thamel. From cafes to local craft stores and hotels, this place is loaded with all basic necessities required for enjoying a full fledged vacation. 
  • Garden of Dreams: The Garden of Dreams or the Swapna Bagicha is the perfect respite to relax and experience the epitome of rejuvenation. From a small pond to various rare species of plants, one can find everything here.
  • Hanuman Dhoka Temple: Covering an area of 5 acres, this temple complex houses various small buildings as well as pillars. The temple was built by Malla Kings and Shah Dynasty and imprints of which can still be seen in its architecture. 
  • Kumari House: Originally belonging to a local family, this place is famed for housing a girl which is believed to be the incarnation of goddess Durga. People from all over the world visit here to get just a small glimpse of this girl. 
  • Indra Chowk: Loaded with the hustle and bustle of locals and crowded with tourists from various countries, this place is one of those spots where you can get everything ranging from souvenirs to local delicacies. 

What are the best things to do in Kathmandu?

  • Head to the top of the Swayambhu Temple: Dating back to many centuries, the Swayambhu Temple, also known as the Monkey Temple is one of the most important religious sites in Kathmandu. On your visit to the city, climb over 300 rock stairs to the top of the temple and soak in mesmerising sights of the valley of Kathmandu. 
  • Explore Bhaktapur: Also known as the City of Temples, Bhaktapur is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to some of the most ancient temples known to man. In addition to the Pagoda style tramples, you can also see many delicate Thangka paintings, stone masonry and other traditional handicrafts here. 
  • Paragliding:Enjoy soaring high up above in the sky whilst awaking the adrenaline in you with a thrilling paragliding experience in Kathmandu. Soak in scintillating views of the snow-capped mountains and the valley as you get a bird’s eye view of the tiny hamlets, colourful monasteries and Himalayan lakes here. 
  • Gorge on local snacks and delicacies:When in Kathmandu, don’t miss out on the wide range of local delicacies that you can tuck into here. Some of the things that you can try on street-side or local restaurants in Kathmandu include Chatamari (pancakes with spicy filling), Sekuwa (kebab), Choila (spiced and grilled meat), momos, the Nepali thali and more. 

Which is harder, Kilimanjaro or Everest Base Camp?

While Kilimanjaro is situated at an elevation of 5,895 metres from the sea level, the Everest Base Camp is located at the foothills of Mount Everest, and has an elevation of 5,364 metres. However, owing to the varied terrains and extreme weather conditions, Kilimanjaro is much harder to climb.

Which are the other best Nepal treks that we can book from Thrillophilia?

Here is the list of other best Nepal treks that you can book from Thrillophilia:

  1. Annapurna Base Camp Trek
  2. Mardi Himal Trek
  3. Poon Hill Trek
  4. Langtang Trek
  5. Manaslu Trek