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Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal

Looking for world’s top treks? Then, look no further than Nepal.

Wedged between Great Himalayas and Indian Plate, Nepal abounds with a galaxy of world-class treks, mostly found in its northern Himalayan region. Amid those thrilling trekking routes, trek to Everest Base Camp all the way from Lukla remains the top pick for world-wide trekkers. The adrenalin-packed trek takes around 14-20days with highest altitude reaching 5545m at Kala Patthar. Your adventure brings you to the exotic Sherpa Village in Namche Bazaar. Surrounded by snow-blanketed lofty peaks, you travel through iconic swaying bridge draped with fluttering prayer flags, pass ancient monastery, and witness diverse vegetation and lively wildlife. Of course, your excitement explores when you finally made it to Everest Base Camp (5364m) from Gorak Shep (5164m).

As a well-established tour operator, specializing in Everest Base Camp Trek both in Nepal and Tibet, we are dedicated to bringing you a safe and mesmerizing trek for you. From classic 14 day EBC trek to off-the-beaten treks around EBC region, you can easily customize your EBC trek with us. Our Kathmandu-based office and staff will help you deal with the necessary travel documents and book the lodges and arrange the mountain guide and Sherpa porters if needed. With time permitting, you can arrange EBC trek covering both Nepal and Tibet, giving you the full grandeur of Mt. Everest (8844.43m). So, join us to experience the highest trek in the world.

Everest Base Camp Trek in Tibet

Why Trek to Everest Base Camp with Us?

We're specialized in EBC Trek in both Nepal and Tibet

We're one of seasoned Nepali Tour Operators based in Kathmandu

Years of EBC Trek experience Since 1984, without a single accident

Kathmandu-Lukla round-way Flight Booking Guarantee

One-stop service: travel documents; dinning, Mountain Guide, Sherpa Porter; Trekking Gear Rental

Safety Guarantee: First-aid device; emergency plan; friendly care throughout the tour

Multiple featured treks to and around EBC

Stay at the Yak & Yeti hotel in Kathmandu and in comfortable lodges during the trek

Classic Everest Base Camp Trek Itineraries in Nepal Side

As the star attraction in Sagarmatha National Park, Everest Base Camp draws a sizeable number of trekkers and mountaineers each year. The varied treks in Everest Region can cater to the needs of people with different capacities. You certainly need no athletic stamina or a super robust body to do the trek. Always remember: the best trek is the one that pushes to your limit yet can be done with full preparation and the help of professional guide. We hand pick top 3 classic Everest Base Treks and hopefully you will the one that exactly you’re looking for.

  • 10 Days Everest Panorama View Trek Tour

    10 Days Everest Panorama View Trek Tour

    Tour Route:Kathmandu - Lukla- Phakding- Namche Bazaar- Khumjung- Tengboche- Monjo- Kathmandu

    10-day Everest panorama trek is designed for those who want to enjoy panoramic view of Mt. Everest yet have a tight schedule. You won't be able to make it to EBC, but can explore Sherpa village in Namche Bazaar and Tengboche Monastery and other picturesque villages along the route of classic EBC trek.

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  • 17 Days Nepal Everest Base Camp Trek Tour

    17 Days Nepal Everest Base Camp Trek Tour

    Tour Route:Kathmandu - Phakding-Namche Bazaar-Tengboche- Dingboche- Lobuche-Gorakshep- Everest base camp-Kathmandu

    Drawn by the big name of Mt. Everest, 17-day EBC trek in Nepal is the top trek of top treks in Nepal. The trek takes you to visit Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, and stunning view of from Gorak Shep to Kala Pattar and finally to the Everest Base Camp.

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Most Common Questions about Nepal Everest Base Camp Trekking

1. When is the best time to do EBC trek in Nepal?

Answer: Well, March to May and late Sept. to Nov are the best time to do EBC trek in Nepal. It’s totally free from the influence of Monsoon. Travelling in these periods of time, you will have a chance to see many beautiful peaks including Mt. Everest. The temperature will be well above 15 Celsius during the day time. Travelling from Late Sept. to Nov you will enjoy the superb visibility esp. going to EBC trek. While from March to May, the vibrant flowers and lovely wildlife would add new surprise to your trek.

2. What kind of shoes are best suited for this trek?

Answer: Choosing proper footwear is of primary importance for any trek. Pick a well-established brand with quality guarantee, such as North Face. And make sure your boots are comfortable, waterproof, lightweight, breathable.

3. Are the elderly fit for EBC trek?

Answer: There is no one saying EBC trek is exclusive to young guys and athletes. If you love outdoor activities, like jogging and swimming and trekking without severe respiratory problems, you are good to go. One thing for sure, do have a full preparation and travel with your family or friends. It’s necessary to have travel insurance which should cover helicopter rescue because high altitude sickness can occur anytime if you are not familiar with it. Finally, choose a manageable trekking route and travel light and ascend slowly.

4. Are Teahouse or lodges on EBC route are very similar or there is difference in levels of comfort and quality?

Answer: In fact, quality does vary quite a lot. The Everest region does offer a greater variety of quality than most of the other trekking areas in Nepal. Usually, at higher places such as Gorak Shep there is less choice, more choice at lesser altitudes such as Namche Bazaar. There are also some luxury lodges at some $100/200 per night. Basically two different type of lodges: comfort lodges and normal lodges. Comfort lodges are way too expensive than normal lodges. And luxury means inside bathroom, Hot shower good blanket.

5. Apart from Namche Bazaar, is internet access further available along the way to EBC?

Answer: Mobile phones lines are available on EBC routes. But it'll be very expensive. I suggest you buying a Nepali Sim card, Ncell. Or when you are in Namaste you can use their internet services and mobile lines. It'll be cheaper than use the ones of your own country. As you move higher like Dingboche and Gorak Shep, most of the time you will get E network due to high altitude.

6. Where and how to hire trekking gears?

Answer: Almost everything you need can be found in Thamel, down jacket, good-quality sleeping bag, trekking pole, tent, etc.

7. Coming alone and where to find travel mates?

Answer: You can easily travel in the Everest Region by yourself. It is perfectly safe and the trail is well marked. If you want to find a group, you will have to hang out in Kathmandu for a few days, post notes on the travel pin ups and get a group together. You can also contact us who have groups going into the region.

8. Is it safe to trek alone to EBC?

Answer: well, trekking alone to EBC is not uncommon these days. However, if you intend to do so, I personally highly recommend that you take a guide, because travelling in high altitudes and difficult terrain, and the well-train guide is your safety. Besides, he is an important link between you and the culture and will enhance the quality of your trip experience. If you have a tight budget, another great option is to join our group tour. It’s safer to travel with a group meanwhile you can share the cost and make friends with international tourists.

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