|Max Elevation||5,364 m|
|Best Time||Oct-Dec, Mid-March to Mid-June|
|Trekking Permits||National Park Permit,Local Government entrance fee TIMS Card|
|Region||Everest, East Nepal|
|Includes||Trekking Guide & Porter|
|Solo Supplement Charge||$110|
Everest Base Camp Trek Highlights:
-This 5,364m elevation trek offers the best thrilling adventure through the world’s deadliest airport Lukla to the world’s highest Everest Base Camp.
-A unique taste of Cultures and traditions with interesting foods of Sherpa’s in the Everest region.
-One of the best bucket list trip of Nepal you should get once in a lifetime with full of surprises.
-One of the moderate level trek which is favorable for all types of people including students, professors, families, and budget travelers.Read More
Why choose Everest Base Camp trek of Nepal?
Everest Base Camp trek is a once in a lifetime opportunity to follow the footsteps of first summiters; Tenzing Sherpa & Edmund Hillary. This trek is filled with lots of surprises and challenges which is best for all types of adventurers. If you are with families then this trek can be best for teaching your kids about the backgrounds of the Everest region. They will learn the real cultures and traditions of the outside country which will help them to sharpen their brains. If you are a couple then this trek can be your best gift for each other because you will have an awesome story for other peoples and your kids.
With minimum physical requirements, you can easily trek in this Base Camp. However, it is recommended to have a look at the “50 best tips” from our professionals and the “Fitness level” you will need. If there is any doubt you want to clear then you can ask us anytime at email@example.com.
Similarly, we have found that lots of people are afraid to do the trek in this area. They think that this trek is very hard and there are lots of death rates in this area but it’s different nowadays. Because there were fewer details on the internet and the guides were not well trained as well as they were weak at speaking English in the past. Due to these reasons, there was no good communication between guides and tourists. Therefore, due to less guidance from guides, tourists use to get sick and they have to take the risks which result in death.
However, at this present time, you can find lots of useful information on the internet as well as tips. Similarly, new talented guides have already replaced the old ones with good communication skills, good guidance, and basic health treatment knowledge. Around 30,000 tourists visit Mount Everest Base Camp within a year and still increasing because it’s very safe nowadays. That is why EBC trek is still a popular trek in the world and one of the best bucket lists for all.
Are Accommodations good in Everest Base Camp?
Most people think that there are very bad accommodations in EBC but this is not true. Maybe there were bad accommodations in the past but at this present time, you can find lots of good hotels/lodges. Some of the hotels/lodges are upgraded into 3-4 star hotels in the Everest region. Whereas, you will never miss the traditional food taste of Nepali cultures.
It may be true that you may not get the services like the downtown hotels but you will get the scenic views of mountains from Everest hotels/lodges. From Lukla to EBC, you will never miss the Nepali culture taste. Similarly, after the upgrade, there are facilities of Wifi and telephone facilities from Lukla to the top of Everest Base Camp. You can also charge any electronic devices during your stay at any hotel.
Likewise, you can eat veg or non-veg types of meals in this region as well as you will get a clean bed for rest. If you haven’t tasted the Yak meat then you can get it in this place. If you wanted to eat different types of meals rather than Nepali food then there will be Italian, Indian, Chinese and Continental types of meals at every hotel. And all the foods will be made by professional chefs in this region. Therefore, we can say that the accommodations here are good according to the geographical structure and services.
Do I need a Nepali guide for the EBC trek?
Well, there are lots of solo trekkers who have completed this trek but it’s not recommended to do solo trekking in this region. If you are new to this trekking zone then don’t do it solo. You may ask why?
In the trekking seasons like Autumn seasons and Spring seasons, this area will be crowded with tourists. Due to the limited hotels/lodges at some of the places, you may not get a place to stay for the night. Now, remember how you will stay in this region without any accommodations? Now what? A guide can arrange an accommodation facility here. They are experienced and well-trained so they can help you with any difficulties. Similarly, you can get genuine information also as well as a guide that will make your trip fantastic, memorable.
If you take a guide with you then the first responsibility of the guide will be the accommodation facility for you. You will get a room if you take a guide with you. Similarly, they will handle all the food services for you.
Most of the tourists think that the guides are only for showing the way to the destination but it’s not only that. If you hire a guide then he will take all the responsibility for your health, foods, accommodations, rest, guidance and many more. Without a guide, no one can guarantee if you will reach the summit or not. That is why from our point of view, it’s best to hire a good guide with a good experience.
Everest Base Camp trekking Map:
This trekking Map is designed as same as the original map of the Everest Base Camp trail. All the routes are not misplaced and created by professionals to make it understandable. You can see other locations also which are the alternative destinations for a customized itinerary.
Everyone says that there is Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) or Altitude sickness problem: What should I know?
The major problem of this EBC trek is altitude sickness or also known as AMS. And most of the people are afraid to do Everest Camp trek due to this reason. However, there are many ways to find if you are suffering from altitude sickness or not. Likewise, you can also cure it with the right information and instruction from guides.
First of all, you may want to know what is AMS or altitude sickness? To be short, AMS and altitude sickness is similar and both mean the sickness that is caused by high altitude/low oxygen. When your body doesn’t get enough oxygen then it’s likely to occur fast. And in high altitude areas like EBC, there is a very high chance of getting AMS. Similarly, in past there were many cases where tourists used to get AMS very often.
But now in the present time, many things have changed including altitude sickness possibilities. Nowadays, there are very rare cases where people are suffering from AMS/altitude sickness. So why is it?
People are becoming very smart nowadays and most of them know about the AMS and it’s prevention also. Likewise, trekking agencies are also upgrading in Nepal and they are providing quality guides. Most of the guides know about the prevention measures of altitude sickness as well as curing it. That is why there is very little chance to get altitude sickness in Everest Base Camp also.
- 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)
- WIFI internet during the trek
- Water purification
- Medical kits
- Coordination for emergency cases
- Farewell dinner at the reputable restaurant
- 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