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Anjali Malik


My dream or a thing that was always in my bucket list is a trek to the great Everest Base and my dream came true when my Face book Friends gang had surprised me by taking me to this place as a birthday treat. Thanks friends for showing me heaven in this form.


About the Destination:

The Mount Everest Base Camp trek is the next best thing to climbing the mountain. Follow the footsteps of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay as you navigate dangerous, ever-changing and breath-taking passes. Get to visit the Tengbohe monastery, discover the incredible Khumbu glacier and the Gokyo Lake, experience Tibetan culture and perhaps even search for Yeti, the mythical abominable snowman of the mountains.

Located at 5,550m above sea level, trekking to the Everest base camp is packed with tons of trekking, camping and cultural experiences. Apart from passing through celebrated and unconventional trails including the treks to Kalapathar and Nagakarshang, you will also visit the Sagarmatha National Park, discover the Imja glacier that is turning into a lake due to global warming, and enjoy great camaraderie from fellow travellers and crew members.

Altitude: 5,550 Mts.


  • Day 1 - Departure from Kathmandu

    Tour Ends Here

    Finally, after the 14 days of pure fun and excitement, today, you will be departing Kathmandu and wishing adieu to the lovely and gorgeous ambience of Nepal your Mount everest base camp trek comes to an end. 

  • Day 2 - Flight from Kathmmandu – Lukla (30 Minutes), Trek from Lulka – Phakding (2,810m)

    Panoramic Views, Cheplung Village, Dudhkoshi River, Kusumkangru

    Today, you will be flying to Lukla, the origin of this amazing Everest Base Camp Trek; do not miss the panoramic view of mountains while on board! On arrival, you will meet the Sherpa, crew and also the Yaks that will carry your baggage.The first day has many treasures in store! After prepping the gears, the staff will join you as you begin trekking towards Phakding. The trek is a milder one and will take you towards the north of Lukla and circling above Chaurikharka Village where the school founded by Sir Edmund Hillary is located. On arriving in Cheplung Village, you will get to see Dudhkoshi River.

    From this point, the trail starts to descend. You will cross a suspension bridge and get to see a beautiful view of Kusumkangru (6,367m). The trail then starts to change, entering mani walls and chortens carved with Tibetan mantras, praying wheels and flags. You will finally reach Phakding village with its streets lined with many lodes; overnight stay in Phakding.

  • Day 3 - Trek from Phakding – Namche (3,440m)

    DudhKoshi River, Toktok Village, Thamserkue Peak, Jorsalle, Sagarmatha National Park

    The third day is a little more strenuous but you will see many quaint little villages along the way. You will walk along the banks of the Dudh Koshi River, passing by many lodges and local porter rest houses called bhattis and climb up to Toktok Village. Continuing with the steep ascend and on crossing the third village on the way, you can have the stunning views of the Thamserkue Peak (6,608m).

    On a whole, after around 90minutes of your trek, you will arrive in the Benker settlement, from where you will be trailing further through the scenic rhododendron and fir forests. The trail becomes steeper after this point, all the way up to Monjo Village with its bhattis and lodges, where you will break for lunch. Over the Monjo lies the check point of Sagarmatha National Park where the entry will be taken care of by the guide.  

    Descending down from this point, you will reach a suspension bridge, from where the trek gets gentler and leads to Jorsalle. Continuing further, you will be crossing the Dudh Koshi River once again and follow a zigzag path till you reach Namche, where you will be spending the night.

  • Day 4 - Acclimatisation Day, Hike from Namche – Khumjung (3,970 m) – Namche

    Khumjung, Sherpa Culture Museum, Syangboche Airport, Mt Everst

    The fourth day will mostly involve getting used to the high altitude and getting briefed on the trail. Sometimes later during the day, a short trek will take you to Khumjung; en route, you can visit the Namche Museum and have a glimpse of the colourful cultures, traditional and religious values of the locals.At this point, you will pass by Syangboche Airstrip, which is amongst the world's highest airports, and will get a chance to see the stupendous Mount Amadablam. True to its name, the Everest View Hotel will give you a wonderful view of the mountain. Following this, you will climb down to Khumjug valley, visit Sir Edmund Hillary's school and return to Namche for an overnight stay.

  • Day 5 - Trek from Namche to Tengboche (3,879m)

    Sansa, Phunki Tenga, Himalayan Peaks, Tengboche Monastry

    The fifth day sees you heading towards Sansa, which is a one-hour trek from Namcha, a trail that is scattered with numerous trees, rhododendrons, mani walls, chortens and forests. On descending further, you will cross a suspension bridge and arrive in Phunki Tenga.

    After a brief respite, start trekking towards Tengboche through a difficult and steep climb but worth its weight in gold; thanks to the numerous views that will climb in and out, jumping out of the foliage! You will see Mt Everest, Mt Lohtse, Mt Kangtega and Mt Kwangde among other peaks. The evening will end with a praying ceremony in the Tengbohe Monastry.

  • Day 6 - Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4,252m)

    Pangboche, Imja Khola Valley, Sommare, Island Peak

    Not everybody gets a chance to wake up to an astonishing view of the mountains. After breakfast, you will start your trek to Dingboche. This path comprises mostly of forest area, up until you come to the Imja Khola valley trail, which crosses over a steel bridge. This route springs many visual surprises - stupas, birches, rugged scenery and a steady line of trees. Following this route, you will reach Pangboche, a village that houses a gompa (monastery) founded by Lama Sange Dorge, who introduced Buddhism in the Himalayas in the late 17th century.

    Here onwards, continue trekking through the steep trails that lead to Somare, the lunch-spot for the day. Post lunch, get some rest and start trekking Imja Khola and arrive near a small bridge. While crossing the bridge and advancing towards Dingboche, enjoy the stunning views of the Island Peak, Makalu and Amadablam.

  • Day 7 - Acclimatisation Day, Hike from Dingboche – Nangakarshang (5,010m) – Dingboche

    Acclimatization Day, 2-3 Hours Trek, Nagakarsang Hill

    Your ascent starts to get more difficult, with high altitude sickness, nausea, cold and whistling air overcoming you at all points, equally challenging and exhilarating. Once you reach Lobuche, the trail circling over Pheriche and going all the way up to Dhukla, taking you by a small glacial stream. The journey to Dhukla is magnificent in itself, with memorials of previous great climbers who lost their lives in the mountains. Other sights include a beautiful glacial stream and wondrous views of Cholatse, Pumori, Nuptse and finally Lobuche.  

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  • Day 9 - Trek from Lobuche – Everest Base Camp (North) – Gorakshep (5,360m)

    Kala Pathar, Everest Base camp, Gorakshep

    After breakfast, navigating through narrow and tricky gaps between glacial moraines of the glacial valleys and the mountain wall, you will begin your trek to Gorakshep. From here, you can have the most captivating views of the Kala Pathar, Mt Everest and the Khumbu Glacier.

    Arriving in Gorakshep, enjoy a delicious lunch, get reenergised for the rest of the journey and spend some delightful moments in the campsite. Post this, start trekking back to the Gorakshep camp, where you will be retiring for the night.


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Other Inclusions

  • Breakfast in Kathmandu
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  • Airport arrival departures (four times) (In case, you are coming single or not in the group, you have pay an additional charge for airport hotel and transfer)
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  • 2 night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu
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  • Flight tickets from Kathmandu – Lulka – Kathmandu
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  • Domestic air taxes during the flight (2 times)
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  • Tims Card and permit at Sagarmatha National Park
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  • Sharing accommodations during the trek
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  • Local and experience trek guides and their charges
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  • Porters and their charges
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  • Insurance for Nepali Staff

Things To Carry

  • Warm clothes, jackets, raincoats, fleece jackets and thermals
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  • Hand gloves, trekking poles, trekking shoes and extra pair of socks
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  • Water bottles, energy bars and energy drinks
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  • Caps/hats, sunglasses and towels
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  • Personal toiletries and medications (if any)
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  • Backpack with waterproof linings


  • In case the trek gets cancelled due to any natural calamity, you can retake it next year without any extra charge.
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  • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
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  • Pay heed to the trek leader or instructor in order to enjoy a safe and sound trekking experience.
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  • Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
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  • Avoid trekking during the nights.
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  • Before undertaking the trek, consult a physician.
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  • Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the trek.
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  • The trek takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.

Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • If cancellations are made within 0-30 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

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    My dream or a thing that was always in my bucket list is a trek to the great Everest Base and my dream came true when my Face book Friends gang had surprised me by taking me to this place as a birthday treat. Thanks friends for showing me heaven in this form.

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