Everest Base camp Trek - 15 Days

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“Because It’s There”, that’s why nothing can stop the climbers to reach at the top even with threatening climate change, mountain sickness, high altitude or not even with their own life at risk. You may ask Why? And the answer is probably nothing because we don’t know how it feels to be at the top until we reach. Yes, this is the highest peak renowned as Mount Everest and only the climbers know the value of it. Mount Everest also known as Sagarmatha in Nepal, is the highest peak of the world and also renowned as “Goddess of the World” with the height of 8,848m conquered by Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary.

DifficultyMedium-Hard
Duration15 days
Max Elevation5,545 m
Best TimeOct-June
ActivitiesTrekking,Culture,Flora & Fauna
Trekking PermitsNational Park Permit,Local Government entrance fee TIMS Card
AccommodationLodge/ Tea House/Hotel
MealsIndian/Nepali/Western/Chinese
Starting/Ending pointKathmandu/Kathmandu
RegionEverest, East Nepal
Other InformationPotential altitude problems; Flight Hassle in Lukla

With the help of an experienced and professional guide from Pristine Nepal, you can trek to the Everest Base Camp at the foot of Mt. Everest and explore beautiful landscapes and face challenges.

What can you explore before reaching Everest Base Camp?

-The challenge starts with the first destination, direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla which is also Sherpa village. Following down to the Dudh Koshi River which is the highest river in elevation you will reach Namche Bazar, the town of Sherpa. After learning some culture and customs of Sherpa your next destination will be Tyangboche which has old monasteries and some beautiful architecture.

What is the best time to trek in Everest Base Camp?

-The best time to trek in E.B.C is post-monsoon (late September to December) and pre-monsoon (March to May).

What can we provide?

We will be providing you all right equipment’s, documents and anything else you need to trek like a pro. Get discounts according to the groups and individuals with the best accommodations and more.

Why trek in E.B.C?

“Because it’s There”, the highest peak in the world, which beauty can’t be described by words nor you can experience by reading in books or blogs nor watching videos. Therefore, you can only get the full experience, by trekking in Everest Base Camp. And to make it possible we are there for you.

Acclimatization:

Namche Bazar is popular for native market too. Of course, most of the trekkers’ lodge in the least two nights here as a result of you would like to acclimatize. Whatever, you will have a beautiful walk around Namche Bazar & Syangboche for an excellent view of Mt. Everest & others several higher mountains. In the same time, you will visit the native market; the native market is going to be busy on Friday and Saturday. Therefore you will visit all the time to envision its several trekking gears retailers, art shop, Cyber café, departmental stores, Pub, bank, etc during Everest base camp trek.

If you seek to continue your trek on higher altitudes mountains such as Everest Base Camp trek, Everest three high passes trek, and Gokyo Lake Trek then you have to adapt in high altitude

After reaching Tyangboche you will have surprising views of the attractive mountain to Dingboche. Surely, Dingboche offers another acclimatization day for you. Most importantly, you will still climb higher mountains in Dingboche day in addition. After a day off in Dingboche, you’ll trek to Lobuche. Lobuche is over 4,910m above the sea level, therefore, you have to be careful with acute altitude sickness

Will I get AMS-Acute Mountain Sickness? If yes what should I do?

First of all, AMS can be dangerous because it can be fatal in the worst cases or even death. If you feel worse headache, dizziness, blur vision, vomiting, very tired, no appetency, and short breaths then this is the symptoms of AMS. Your only choice will be returning back which will be very sad.

But hey, we are here for you because we know you want to be at the top of the Everest Base Camp, with excellent guidance from our professional guides, you will be put to different hikes to adapt high altitudes before reaching Everest Base Camp. Your health will be a top priority for us because we care.

Our Social Activities

We are coordinating for free volunteering in Nepal as well. And we are supporting to needy people of Nepal through our trekking agency. We are helping some students with their school expenses back on the mountain. You may check those of our social activities on the free volunteering page.

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Day 1
Day 01: Received by Pristine Nepal guide & transfer to hotel

Pristine Nepal Treks guide or employees will pick you up from arrival & drive to the hotel. Normally, we bring you at Thamel. Thamel is a standard traveler place in national capital wherever you’ll see several gears shops, art shops, souvenirs stores, hotels, shops, restaurants, travel agencies, trekking agencies, banks, & more. If your arrival during the daytime you’ll explore around.

Day 2
Day 02: Kathmandu heritage tour & preparation for trekking

Your tour guide will meet you at your hotel after your breakfast. You will visit at least three to four different places including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey temple, Pashupatinath temple, Buddha Stupa. A tour guide will brief about the history of those places. And back to the hotel for preparation of trekking.

Day 3
Day 03: Fly to Lukla 2,800m & trek to Phakding 2,660m – 4 hrs

Trekking guide will come to your hotel early in the morning & picks you up at the domestic airport. It’s a short scenic flight to Lukla. It’s said that Lukla airport is that the most dangerous field in the world. It’s located over 2,800m above the sea level & on the lap of the mountain. Sometimes, it’s terribly unstable weather makes too difficult for flight. You’ll meet your porter at Lukla & breakfast there too. Lukla is obtaining larger each day. Many people, young boys come back to Lukla from the various a part of Nepal for being a porter. They carry traveler bag packs in busy season & carry local’s things in offseason. Most of them are unbelievably strong to hold hundreds. Sometimes, they carry up to 120kg moreover. However, your trekking porters carry 20-30kg as a result of your porter ought to follow our itinerary.

3-4 hours walk only on the first day through the few Asiatic villages together with Chaurikharkha, Ghat, Thadokoshi. You’ll stop on the first day at Phakding for an overnight stop.

Day 4
Day 04: Trek to Namche Bazar 3,440m – 06 hrs

The morning walks begin simply when breakfast by following Dudhkoshi river. It’s straightforward walking till Monjo, Jorsalle. You’ll have some few suspension bridges on Dudhkoshi River to cross. And one famous high bridge before Namche bazar with colorful Buddhist prayer flags. Of Course, you’ll meet several donkeys, jokpyos (crossing from yak & cow), on the way. You have to be very careful with those animals. You ought to take a secure part whereas crossing to them. Generally, they’ll push you right down to the mountain.

You have to climb a steep mountain before Namche Bazar. This can be a tough half too. This day, you’ll have 2 totally different travelers stop wherever you purchase your park permit & check it moreover. Most of the time, you ought to walk a forest moreover. This is a park that listed in world heritage site too. Here many wild lives, birds, lakes, ice mass etc.

Day 5
Day 05: Acclimatization day, hike to Everest view hotel 3,810m

Namche Bazar 3,440m is a most significant place for Khumbu region. It’s a well-liked Sherpa village. It absolutely was celebrated for the Tibetan market moreover. Tibetan individuals accustomed come back here with their several Chinese products available & would obtain some Nepali native product too. Especially, most of the individuals from the Khumbu region would come back here to sell merchandise. Friday and Saturday are very busy at an area market. Of course, Namche has several things these days together with hotels, restaurants, pub, bar, trekking gears shop, departmental stores, thangka picture gallery, native porterhouse, school, health post, security base etc.

Well, it’s important to adapt during this place. Thus there are prospects to urge AMS (Acute mountain sickness). If you stayed here a minimum of 2 nights then your body gets adapted. It’ll facilitate a great deal. You’ll visit the highest of Namche Bazar known as Chorcamp. You’ll have a good view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, beautiful Ama-Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse, Kongde, Khumbila, Island etc. And climb a steep mountain to Syangboche wherever Everest View Hotel is moreover. You’ll have the attractive view of mountain peaks. Then back to the hotel for a day of rest.

Day 6
Day 06: Trek to Tyangboche 3,810m – 06 hrs

The day starts with breakfast at Namche steep climb to begin your trek to Tyangboche. The path is straightforward with nice views of Himalaya when Namche Bazar for some hours. There are 2 alternative ways at Lausasa; one goes up to Gokyo lake valley and one goes Everest Base camp via Tyangboche. It’s all downhill to Fungi Thanga. You ought to climb up once more for a couple of hours to Tyangboche after lunch at Fungi thanga. Tyangboche has a previous religious residence. It’s a well-liked religious monastery in this place. Monks live here most of the year praying twice in an exceedingly day. Thus you’ll have an opportunity to examine this ceremony moreover. Of course, Tyangboche offers a wonderful view of Everest beautiful other mountains.

Day 7
Day 07: Trek to Dingboche 4,450m – 06 hrs

The morning starts at Tyangboche after your breakfast. It’s a small amount downhill to Deboche through the Rhododendron forest. It’s a cool place and simple to trek here. You’ll cross Dudh Koshi River before the ascent to Pangboche. Pangboche is another standard Sherpa village. Many Sherpa climbers from this village touched to the highest of world’s highest peak. You’ll follow the Dudh Koshi River continue for an entire day today. Take a lunch break at Somare then still Dingboche for an overnight stop.

Day 8
Day 08: Acclimatization day, climb on mountain or hike to Chhukung

Today, you’ve got another rest day/acclimatization day. You’ll climb to Nagarjuna peak for testing your trekking ability. Nagarjuna nearly 5,100m high, it’s terribly steep up to climb. Try and climb it. It’d be easier to climb to base camp if you may climb this one. Otherwise, you might have a couple of hours hike to Chhukung village. This village is on the way to Island peak.

Day 9
Day 09: Trek to Lobuche 4,910m – 06 hrs

Morning walks lead way to Lobuche today. It’s a pleasant path, almost flat after a small amount a climb from Dingboche, however, it’s already terribly high altitude areas. You’ll have a lunch break at Thukla/Dukla 4,630m. Now, it’s steep up to the highest of the mountain. It’ll be very hard for trekkers however not an extended distance. You have to trek slowly-slowly. Drink a lot of water. Once you come across the highest of the mountain, you’ll see several memorials of various mountaineers. The path is less complicated to Lobuche from this place however it’s hard to walk because of altitude. Lobuche offers some lovely mountains view & cool temperature. Several trekkers’ criticism concerning altitude issues during this place, if you’re obtaining AMS symptoms please talk to your guide. A bit headache, hard to fall in sleep is common at this altitude. Stay warm, stay safe.

Day 10
Day 10: Trek to Everest base camp via Gorakshep & back to Gorakshep for an overnight stop - 07 hrs

Today is a pleasant day for you. You’re planning to have world’s highest base camp. This is your final destination moreover. We have the dedication to bring you to base camp. This is your historical experience moreover.

You should wake up early in the morning. Have a hot cup of tea or perhaps some little breakfast too. Then begin your morning to trek up slowly –slowly. The first a part of the path is straightforward however hard to trek quick, actually, it’s not suggested to walk quickly here. After walking for one hour, you ought to climb up to the mountain wherever the path is rough, some places ice mass too. It takes a couple of hours to reach in Gorakshep 5,180m. You’ll have tea break & leave your bag packs at Gorakshep and still base camp. You need to walk on the rough trail for a couple of hours to reach in base camp from Gorakshep.

You will have photo time, get pleasure from base camp, celebrate base camp and back to Gorakshep for an overnight stop. If you’re not that tired you’ll climb to Kalapathar to see sun setting view. Or climb in next early morning. Sun setting is usually recommended to see. You’ll have this view simply when half-hour of climbing. At night is additionally a bit hard for trekkers because of its altitude.

Day 11
Day 11: Trek down to Pheriche 4,210m – 06 hrs

After an incredible experience of Everest base camp, it’s time to trek right down to Lukla. This morning starts with a breakfast. Then time to say goodbye to Everest base camp and Gorakshep. From Gorakshep, all downhill to Pheriche 4,210 for an overnight stop. Otherwise, you might have the alternative camp to stop. If you’re not that tired you’ll trek right down to Pangboche to stop for an overnight.

Day 12
Day 12: Trek to Namche Bazar – 07 hrs

The morning starts when breakfast. Currently, you ought to go down on a constant road you climbed up. You have to climb up a touch bit before Tyangboche however it’s not a big deal when doing Everest base camp. From Tyangboche, you have to trek right down to Fungi Thanga on loose rocks trails that build your walk difficult. This place offers a lunch break. Here we have a tendency to maintain uphill once more way to Namche Bazar. You’ll have a cozy night at Namche Bazar. Get pleasure from Namche Bazar.

Day 13
Day 13: Trek to Lukla – 07 hrs

The morning starts with a delicious breakfast & walking downhill via a famous same higher bridge. Follow Dudh Koshi River, Jorsalle, Monjo, TokTok, Phakding, Ghat, Thadokoshi, Chaurikharka & Lukla. After having a final lunch at Fakding, it takes few hours to trek to Lukla. Ascent up before Lukla can cause you too terribly tired however finally, you’ll be at Lukla for the last overnight on the mountain. It’s time to mention bye to your porter. Most of them come back to the airport to bring your backpack however formally, their duty is finished here.

Day 14
Day 14: Fly back to Kathmandu

Now time to mention bye Everest. Normally, you’ll have morning flights to fly back to the national capital. It’s a short flight with mountain range views. You’ll have a free afternoon in Kathmandu. We are going to provide farewell dinner. Of course, would like to hear your every comment; positive & negative. Positive comments can build us energetic & negative comments can build us be practiced & lesson to try to advanced.

Day 15
Day 15: Departure from Kathmandu to home

We will be appreciative to supply our greatest service for your Everest base camp trek. We have a tendency to hope you’ll bring a nice experience on this trip and you’ll advocate individuals to travel Nepal for this excellent trip. We are going to forever welcome once more you, your family, relatives, & friends. We are going to bring you to the airport as per your flight time. We have a tendency to want you all the best.

Cost Inclusion

  • Airport picks up & drops
  • Kathmandu heritage sightseeing with monument fee
  • Tour guide
  • Transportation for sightseeing
  • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast on twin sharing basis
  • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight tickets
  • Baggage allowance 10kg check-in & 5kg hand carry
  • Guide flight Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
  • Lodge accommodation during the trekking
  • Meals: breakfast, Lunch, & dinner tea or coffee per meals only in trekking
  • Fresh fruits with dinner
  • National park permit
  • TIMS Card
  • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality local permit
  • Trekking equipment: Down Jacket & four season sleeping bag
  • English speaking, government license holder trekking guide
  • Sherpa porter (food, accommodation, insurance, salary)
  • Water purification
  • Medical kits
  • Coordination for emergency cases
  • Farewell dinner at the reputable restaurant

Cost Exclusion

  • Nepal visa fee
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone bills, bar bills, chocolate, shower, WIFI etc
  • All types of soft & hard drinks
  • Tips to guide & porter
  • Extra nights in Kathmandu hotel in the case early returns
  • All things which are not mentioned in includes

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FAQ

What is the price for the group trekking? Will I get discount in Group trekking?

If the group size is more than 3- 6 then you will get extra discount up to 5% even more which will cost you $1,402 per person. And if your group size is more than 6-12 then you will get up to 10% more which will cost you $1327 per person.

How it works?

Your money will be utilized for renting equipment’s to trek in Everest Base Camp, Guide fee, Porter Charge, National park entrance fee, rural municipality entrance fee, transportation fee, domestic flight ticket to Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu, food, and accommodation during the trekking, hotel, and breakfast in Kathmandu.

When can I book my trip for Mount Everest Trek?

Well, our booking for Mount Everest trek always starts from 1 Sep-Dec and 1 Feb-May in Nepal, which means you can choose any date between them. Except for this fixed date, it can be organized any time of year as per your request as well as you can see the best dates recommended by us in dates section.

Can I book my trip at the time of June-Aug?

Yes, you can do it even in June-Aug too but you will need extra days just for incase if anything happens because this is monsoon season. The domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu can be delayed due to bad weather. Normally, weather on high altitude area is fine at this time.

Can I customize my trip?

Of course, you can customize the trip but the trip should not be less than 14 days and it should not include any harm to the reputation of the company. If you need any help then you can send us an email.

Are there any hidden charges or additional costs?

No, there is no any hidden charges for what we have provided facilities. But if you used the horse for riding, helicopter instead of flying domestic flight, using five-star accommodation in Katmandu, then only that is your own cost to pay.

Is there an Age limit to trek in Everest Base Camp?

Yes, people as young as Seven and old as 70 have successfully completed the trek. But it doesn’t mean everyone can do, especially if your children have never done any hiking in high altitude before, you can’t bring them just for their safety.

Which package will be the best for my children?

Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, Chitwan jungle safari, Mustang Tour will be best for most of the children.

What should I bring for trekking in Everest Base Camp?

Checklist: • Daypack • Hiking pants • Waterproof jacket • Full – sleeves shirt • Jumper or pile jacket • T-shirts • Trekking boots (waterproof is recommended) • Camp shoes or Sandal • Polypropylene/wool socks • Light cotton socks for under wool socks • Woolen socks to wear with boots • Sun hat • Beanie • Gloves • Sunblock for lips • Sun lotion • Goggles or sunglasses • Thermal Long underwear • Insulated pants • Nylon windbreaker • Nylon wind pants • Water bottle • Sewing kit • Medical & first aid kit • Flashlight • Batteries and bulbs • Swiss army knife • Personal towel • Personal toiletries and medication which should be labeled

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  • 5,545M

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