14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

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Max Elevation:5,545mBest Time:Oct-Dec & Mar-June
Trekking Permits:National Park Permit, TIMS, Local PermitDomestic Flight:KTM/Ramechhap-Lukla-Ramechhap/KTM
Guide & Porter:ExperiencedHidden Charges:No

“Everest Base Camp trek is the best sold and best trekking destination in Nepal”. This beautiful Everest Base Camp is located in the Khumbu region of Nepal in the lap of Mt. Everest. And more than 35,000 tourists visit this place in a year.

Combined with the unique culture & traditions of the Sherpa family & Natural beauty of Everest Base Camp, this trip is the best for adventure seekers. Similarly, the EBC trek is a moderate-level trek. However, don’t forget to check out the age limitation for the EBC trek if you want to visit it with your family.


Also, you can check out the Hotel Thamel Park where you will be staying after your arrival in Kathmandu.

EBC Trek Details:

Everest Base Camp trek boasts the longest, spiritual, thrilling adventure and best-waymarked network of trekking trails. Being the popular treks in Nepal, here are some short details of Everest Base Camp for you:

Max Elevation:5,545mBest Time:Oct-Dec & Mar-June
Trekking Permits:National Park Permit, TIMS, Local PermitDomestic Flight:KTM/Ramechhap-Lukla-KTM/Ramechhap
Guide & Porter:ExperiencedHidden Charges:No

Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary:

Being the most popular trekking trail in the world, it is an ideal destination for all trekkers. Below is the detailed itinerary that is suited for all types of trekkers in the Everest Base Camp trek which I highly recommend. 

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel

We will come to the airport to pick you up. Arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport, you will get an on-arrival visa in the immigration department of the airport like most of the countries do. Sometimes, you will have to stay an hour too in the queue for an on-arrival visa due to many tourists.


After receiving the visa, exit out of the airport. We will be waiting outside of exit door with the Pristine Nepal Treks name board or with your name in board.

Once we meet and greet, you will be escorted to Thamel which is a half an hour drive. The distance is about 7 km (4.3 miles) from the airport to Thamel.

After reaching Thamel, we will bring you to the hotel where you will meet your trekking guide. A short brief regarding your Everest base camp trek will be presented to you. Further information about the trip will be given during the trek & as for trekking gear, we will help you to manage it.

Normally, we provide a sleeping bag and down jacket for your trek. So we request to go together at the store to choose a sleeping bag and down jacket.

Similarly, all the remaining balance for the trek is supposed to be paid in this day. Even though it is possible to pay the whole amount in online for the trip, we always ask to pay 20% to 30% of the package through the online system for the trip confirmation only. Because when you pay the deposit through the online payment gateway, our bank always takes 3.5% from total amount received. Sometimes people ask to pay through a card when they are here but still Nepali bank charges 3.5 % to 4%. That is why we expect the remaining balance in cash. 

Day 2: Fly to Lukla & Trek to Phakding

Most of the Lukla flight is possible from Kathamndu however due to only single runway for both international & domestic flights, Lukla flights are now operated from Ramechhap during peak season.

Lukla Airport

Similarly, it takes 30 minute flight from Kathamndu to Lukla however Lukla weather is usually unpredictable. During bad weather, it takes more time to have a Lukla round trip. The normal time for one round trip is about one and half hours but it can take more than two and half hours for a round trip if bad weather. This is also the reason why all the domestic airlines are operated from Ramechhap to Lukla during the busy season.

To reach Ramechhap, it is a 4 to 5 hour drive from Kathmandu. All the domestic airlines fly to Lukla early in the morning because Lukla weather is comparatively better in the morning. So you need to be in Ramechhap before 7 am. For that, you have to drive very early like 2 am from Kathmandu.

Once you reached Lukla you will meet our porter. You will have time for breakfast and preparation for the day in Phakding. There is a Pasang Lhamu municipality check post at Lukla where we need to buy a local permit for the Everest base camp trek. You will see the Pasang Lhamu statue on the top of the exit gate before you leave Lukla. Pasang Lhamu Sherpa was the first woman from Nepal who summited Mount Everest on 22 April 1993. 

The trekking trail leads you slowly down to Chaurikharka, Chheplung. It is not that significant down. Chaurikharka is one of the popular Sherpa villages as well. After this, you will follow the old trekking trail to Thadokoshi village, Ghat, Chhuthawa and Phakding. You will experience the Nepal suspension bridge on this very first day. There will be short downhill, and short uphill sometimes but most of the time trail goes through at a similar altitude. Villages are not that big in this area. Most of the local people are involved in tourism. You will see some hydro project pipelines on the way where locals use this for electricity.

You will follow this Everest base camp trail along the Dudhkoshi riverside. After walking for approximately four hours you will reach Phakding. Phakding village 2,660m is tourist oriented village. There are about 20 lodges, guest houses, hotels, and restaurants. Almost all the trekkers stop at Phakding for the first night. Most of the lodges are very similar. We hope you will have a wonderful time here. You will enjoy your first day of the Everest base camp trek. 


Trek duration: 3 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3: Trek to Namche Bazar from Phakding

Namche Bazar

After having a wonderful night at Phakding, the second day of the Everest base camp trek will start after having a delicious breakfast. Today you need to trek to the famous Namche Bazar 3,440m which is called the gateway of Mount Everest.

After a short walk, you need to cross the suspension bridge even in Phakding which brings you to the next side of the Dudhkoshi River. You will have to cross at least five suspension-bridge before Namche Bazar. Passing through Tok Tok village, Bangker, Monjo, and Jorsalle will be a fantastic walk in the afternoon today. There is also a Sagarmatha National Park check post at Monjo where we have to buy a national park entrance permit. After Monjo, as soon as you cross the river you will stop at Jorsalle for a lunch. 

After lunch, you will again cross the river then you will have a steep uphill to climb. Approximately one-hour walking will bring you to Larja Dovan where the famous Hillary Bridge with colorful Buddhist prayer flags is built which seems a bit scary and it offers chill wind all the time if the weather is nice.  Then you need to trek uphill for two hours to Namche Bazar.

Trek duration: 6 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4: Acclimatization day | Visit Syangboche 3,800m for Mt. Everest View

Namche bazar

Because Everest base Camp is 5,364m it is very important to have an acclimatization day. You have to rest at altitude of 3,000m & 4,000m altitude to adjust your body to surroundings & Namche Bazar is the perfect place to have a rest day. Another reason for the acclimatization day is to check whether you will get AMS or not due to possibility to have altitude sickness after 3,000m. It is advisable to walk slowly and stay at a place for two nights to avoid altitude sickness. We suggest you hike even though this is the rest day in the Everest base camp trek.

Normally, our guide will bring you to Char camp which is on top of the Namche Bazar where you can have beautiful mountain views including Mount Everest. You will witness the statue of late Sherpa mountaineer Tenzing Norgay and a view of Mount Everest 8,848m, Lhotse 8,516m, Ama Dablam 6,838m, Thamserku 6,608m, Kusum Kangaru Himal 6,367m, Kongde Himal 6,187m, Khumbila, Tawache 6,495m, Nuptse 7,861m and other many high peaks from this Char camp. 

Mt. Everest & Ama Dablam view from the top of Namche Bazar

Go further up to Syangboche 3,800m for a better view. It is steep uphill but not that long. Syangboche is famous for two things, its airport which is the highest airport in Nepal, built at an elevation of 3,780m above sea level, and the Everest View Hotel. It is said to be the highest hotel in the world from where you can witness Mount Everest view. Enjoy the Everest view with some hot drinks here. Then go back to Namche Bazar. 

Namche Bazar is also popular for its market on the weekend and Saturdays. People from different villages come to Namche Bazar for shopping. Similarly, farmers bring their products to sell here. Except for the market, this place offers many trekking and climbing gears shops, banks, restaurants, hotels and lodges, health post, security post, military base, Sagarmatha pollution control committee, small departmental store, sauna bath center, massage center, etc.

Syangboche Trek Duration: 2 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5: Trek to Deboche 3,820m via Tyangboche 3,860m

Everest & Lhotse view from Tyangboche

After stopping at Namche Bazar for two overnight, your Everest base camp trek starts again from here up to Tyangboche. The first part of the trail is so smooth and nice with a beautiful Everest view. The path is wide and clean through a similar elevation. You will have a panoramic Lukla valley view in the south and a gorgeous view in North-East. Two hours of pleasant walking will bring you to Lausasa where clear two different trekking routes are divided. North uphill trail goes for Gokyo lake valley and east downhill brings you to Tyangboche

You need to hike approximately an hour downhill to Phungi Thanga where we stop for a lunch. You will have another suspension bridge here. Then you need to climb uphill to Tyangboche for two hours approximately. Tyangboche is an important place in the Khumbu region. It has the oldest monastery. It is also the center of the religious faith of the Buddhist Sherpa people. 

Normally, monks live in this monastery where those monks perform puja in the morning and afternoon every day. You can go here and get a blessing from the monk. Then walk a little down for half an hour more to Deboche. Similarly, Tyangboche has only five lodges & very busy at the time of peak season. So, if you walk half an hour further down, Deboche offers some nice accommodation. We will stop here for an overnight. 

Trek Duration: 6 hours
Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6: Trek to Dingboche-4450m


Today you will trek to Dingboche which is over 4,400m above sea level. Your morning starts with a delicious breakfast at Deboche and ready for a hike. The first part of the trail is a beautiful and horizontal path through the rhododendron forest until reached the Dudhkoshi River. Then you should trek uphill till Pangboche village. Pangboche 4,000m village is the famous Sherpa village as well. This village has given many Sherpa climbers in mountaineering field. Tree lines almost end up here but you will see the forest on another side of the mountain with north-facing areas. Pangboche and Somare are facing south. South facing area does not have a tree line at this 4,000m altitude. 


After this village, you will have again horizontal path for half an hour and shortly uphill to Somare where a lunch break will be taken. Normally, will have a lunch break for an hour. Then you will have the time horizontal path to Dingboche but the elevation continues to get high gradually. It takes about two and half hours to Dingboche from the lunch place. Dingboche 4,450m is a comparatively big and last village in this area. You will have two overnight at this village.

Trek Duration: 5 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7: Second acclimatization day at Dingboche


Trekking to Everest base camp will always be challenging due to its high altitude & weather. Weather also has a major role is AMS which is why you need second acclimatization day too. On this day, you will be resting at the 4,000m above altitude to adopt the surrounding atmosphere. Sinilarly, hiking to Nangkartshang peak 5,121m can really help you to withstand the altitude of Everest Base Camp.

To reach Nangkartshang peak, it is steep uphill from Dingboche which takes up to 2 hour and 30 minutes to climb. Of course, this peak offers beautiful Mount Makalu 8,463m views including Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Island Peak, Kangtega, Thamserku, Tawache, Cholatse, Nuptse, and many other big mountains. 


Then go back to Dingboche before lunch and rest for the day. Going up and stopping at a lower elevation is perfect for acclimatization.

Sometimes, even if you completed the Nangkartshang peak climb, you may get AMS because that’s how AMS happen. At that time, you have to tell your guide or friend if you have a problem. Normally, it will be fine after stopping two overnight at this place.

Nangkasrtshang Hike Duration: 5 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8: Trek to Lobuche 4,910m – 6 hour

After having two overnight at Dingboche you will follow to Lobuche today. The first part of the trail is just a bit gradual uphill for 20 minutes. Then it is a smooth gradual horizontal path heading to Thukla for two to three hours. You should cross Small River before Thukla 4,600m. This river comes from the Khumbu glacier. Due to the fast melting of the glacier, it always changes its way. Sometimes in summer, it becomes big as well. There is no fixed bridge. Local people fix the bridge but it is not stable. 


Anyway, you will stop at Thukla at 4,600m for a lunch. It is called Dukla as well. There are only two lodges and one tea shop. This place becomes very busy in the high season for a lunch. Most of the trekkers stop here for a lunch. 

You need to hike up after lunch at Thukla. This uphill part is one of the famous uphills in this Everest base camp trek. It is not that long but trekking here in the afternoon will be a bit hard, challenging, and interesting as well. Approximately one hour of climbing this uphill brings you to the top of the mountain where you can witness a popular passed mountaineer’s memorial. This place always offers chill windy. Then you need another one and half hours to reach Lobuche from this place. 

Normally, the trekking trail is fine here all the season except for winter. This is a horizontal path over here but a lot of snow makes challenging in winter. Lobuche is a tourist-stopping center before Gorakshep and Everest base camp. There are only 6/7 lodges, all are similar categories. Due to its high altitude, many trekkers complain about sleeping here. Many trekkers get a headache. But you have to be very careful if the headache is getting worse. Mild headache is acceptable in this place. You will be fine after having a rest. 

Meals here are not that tasty due to losing appetite. Lobuche and Gorakshep both places do not have that great food test. So you also do choose the specific item and the right portion. Because bringing food here is a big challenge. Most of the trekkers have short sleep at this altitude.

Our team always has an oximeter during trekking. You can measure the proportion of oxygenated hemoglobin in the blood of your body. It will help to monitor how your body reacts to this altitude. 

Trek Duration: 6 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9: Trek to Everest base camp 5,364m via Gorakshep 5,180m and back to Gorakshep for an overnight


This day is your Everest base camp day. You need to get up early in the morning. Take some warm breakfast and start your day around 5 am. The first one-hour walking will be easy even though this is high-altitude walking. You can have the gradual horizontal path in the first section. After walking an hour approximately you should climb steep uphill to Lobuche pass 5,110m for 20 minutes. Then you will have mostly a path formed by melting glaciers. So it is unstable as well every season. It is about two hours to Gorakshep you need to walk here. But the views are incredible here. Once you reached Gorakshep 5,180m you can have a break for some food.  

After stopping for a while here your walking will continue to Everest base camp. It is only one hour half to base camp from Gorakshep. If you feel very tiring, go slowly, take your time. Maybe you need two hours to be there. The trail to base camp from Gorakshep is moderate. It is also formed by melting glaciers. Everest base camp is also very unstable due to ice melting. The base camp is located just before the Khumbu icefall area. All expeditions team fix their tent here. Now we are facing the challenge of global warming which cause the glacier to melt very fast.

Once you reached Everest base camp, we congratulate you. Everest base camp is not only a mountain base camp it is the highest mountain base camp. It is a dream destination for all adventure lovers, all nature lovers, and mountain lovers. Everest base camp is located over 5,364m above sea level. This is the highest base camp of the highest peak. It is called that you are not a real adventurer if not been to Everest base camp. So make pictures, and enjoy the moment of Everest base camp.

After an unforgettable moment of Everest base camp you will go back to Gorakshep for an overnight sleep.

Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10: Hike to Kalapathar and Trek down to Pheriche


After a tremendous experience in Everest base camp, it’s time to trek back to Lukla. But wait there’s more! We will head down to Kalapatthar-the best viewpoint of the entire Mount Everest massif. After that, we will head downhill all the way to Pheriche 4,200m. If you can walk further then you can head down to Pangboche too.

Trek Duration: 8 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11: Trek to Namche Bazar


You will be amazed by how easy it is to head back to Namche Bazar. You will be full of energy again because you will have no problem breathing as you ascend down to 3,440m. If you were having sleep disorder at a higher altitude then get to bed early as you will have sound sleep here.

Trek Duration: 7 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12: Trek to Lukla


Today is the last day in the Everest region after accomplishing the EBC trek. Now all the things will be your beautiful memory so don’t forget to enjoy the last day also. You will stay your last stay in Lukla.

Trek Duration: 7 hours
Accommodation: Tea House
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13: Fly back to Kathmandu

Early morning after a delicious breakfast you will fly back to Kathmandu. After your arrival, our team will come to pick you up. Similarly, we always organize a farewell dinner for the groups in a popular restaurant.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 14: Departure from Kathmandu to home

Today you will be transferred to the international airport approximately three hours before your scheduled flight by one of our representatives. It may be the departure day but we will be in touch with you from time to time.

What are the inclusion and exclusion of Everest Base Camp Trek?

Before booking your trek, do check Everest Base Camp trek all-inclusive & exclusive. The price of your Everest Base Camp trek includes:

Inclusion of Everest Base Camp trek:

  • Airport picks up and drops (two domestic and two international)
  • Two-night hotel in Kathmandu based on twin sharing with breakfast (Hotel Thamel Park or Hotel Jampa or similar)
  • 5-night attached bathroom room on the mountain during trekking (1-night at Phakding, 3-night at Namche Bazar, 1-night at Lukla)
  • 6-night normal twin sharing room (1-night at Tyangboche/Deboche, 2-night at Dingboche, 1-night at Lobuche, 1-night at Gorakshep, and 1-night Pheriche)
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner serving tea or coffee cup during trekking
  • Seasonal fruits with dinner
  • Kathmandu/Ramechhap – Lukla – Ramechhap/Kathmandu domestic air ticket
  • 10 kg baggage and 5 kg hand carry on the Lukla flight
  • Trekking guide flight
  • An experienced trekking guide for the trip
  • One porter for two trekkers from Lukla (weight restriction up to 20 kg for porter)
  • Sagarmatha National park entrance fee
  • Pasang Lhamu Municipality Local permit
  • TIMS Card Permit
  • Ncell SIM card on request
  • Pristine Nepal Trek’s duffle bag for trekking
  • Pristine Nepal Trek’s T-Shirt as a souvenir
  • A Sleeping bag and down jacket, if you don’t have
  • Trekking map of Everest base camp
  • First aid kit
  • 10 GB wifi internet data pack
  • Water purification
  • All paper works
  • Farewell dinner at the reputable restaurant in Kathmandu

Exclusion of Everest Base Camp Trek:

  • Nepal visa fee ($30 for 15 days, $50 for 30 days, and $100 for 90 days)
  • Travel insurance with helicopter evacuation
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • Personal expenses such as bar bills, snacks and deserts, laundry, hot shower etc.
  • Kathmandu hotel in the case of early return

For full details about the cost, check out “Everest Base Camp Trek Cost | Complete breakdown”.

Things To Pack For Everest Base Camp Trek:

Here are the essentials gears you need to pack for your Everest Base Camp Trek:

Hiking pantsWaterproof jacketFull – sleeves shirt
Trekking boots (waterproof is recommended)Jumper or pile jacketT-shirtsCamp shoes or Sandal
Sun hatPolypropylene/wool socksLight cotton socks for under wool socksWoolen socks to wear with boots
BeanieGlovesSunblock for lipsSun lotion
Goggles or sunglassesThermal Long underwearInsulated pantsNylon windbreaker
Nylon wind pantsWater bottleSewing kitMedical & first aid kit
FlashlightBatteries and bulbsSwiss army knifePersonal toiletries and medication that should be labeled

Everest Base Camp Trail Map:

Kathmandu is the starting point as well as the ending point for the Everest Base Camp trek. The EBC map is designed according to the itinerary. Some popular mountains are also listed on the map for easy reading.


How to prepare for the Everest Base Camp Trek?

There is two effective way to prepare for Everest Base Camp trek-Training and Guide. Training for Everest Base Camp includes building your stamina whereas Guide for Everest Base Camp means getting the top-notch tips from professionals.

To make it easy to understand, I will only highlight the main points to prepare for the Everest Base Camp trek.

a) Preparing EBC trek by Training:

Training for Everest Base Camp means building your stamina. Without any stamina to walk further, you will never complete your EBC journey. Thus, here are some exercises that you can try to prepare for the EBC trek:

  • Short hiking
  • Cardio Exercise
  • Cycling
  • Jogging
  • Running

If you want detailed information about how you can maximize your stamina then check our “How to train for EBC trek for beginners” guide.

b) Preparing EBC trek with tips:

If you are like me who always seek information before heading to the destination then the idea of “50 best tips for EBC” may sound awesome. Why not right? It’s all for success. However, I will only point out the best and most used tips among those 50 tips.

Here are the most used tips in Everest Base Camp Trek:

  • Always walk slowly & Be hydrated
  • Bring Extra Nepalese currency with you in trekking
  • Pack your backpack light & important gears only
  • Avoid any hard drinks during the trekking
  • Choose the best time to trek Everest Base Camp
  • Always start your trek early

All pros and beginners follow these tips. If you are new to trekking then you might also like “Top 7 beginners tips for 2022”

How to get Visa on Arrival in Nepal?

1st Step
-Get the “Arrival Card” and Fill it
-Fill in the Online ‘Tourist Visa ‘form ( you can fill it up prior to your arrival by visiting the official website of the Department of Immigration / fill it up using Kiosk machines upon your arrival at the airport). If you fill it in from the website, you will get a submission Receipt with a barcode, please print it out and bring it along for acquiring a visa. It works for fifteen days and becomes invalid then after. If so, you will have to fill it up again.

2nd Step
-Make payment at the bank according to your visa requirement ( 15/30/90 Days)
-Get the receipt
-While you can use different modes of payments (at the visa fees collection counter), we advise you to carry some cash to be on the safe side.

On Arrival Visa Fee

15 Days – 30 USD

30 Days – 50 USD

90 Days – 125 USD

3rd Step
-Proceed to the Immigration Desk with your online form, payment receipts, and your passport
-Hand in your documents to the immigration officer for visa processing. He/she issues visa to you upon his/her satisfaction.

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. And if your group size is more than 6-12 then you will get up to 10% more.

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?

Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) are the best time for the Everest base camp trek. It means this time will be very busy. So book your trip at least three to six months before your trek.
Except for a fixed date, it can be organized any time of year as per your request.

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, that is your own cost.

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 and Chitwan jungle safari will be fine for children. Check these trips on our homepage.

What should I bring for trekking in Everest Base Camp?

• 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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