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Everest Base Camp 11 Days Trek

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country icon Nepal

calender icon Duration11 days
accommodation icon Accommodation3* Hotel in City & Trekking Lodge in Mountain
season icon Best SeasonFeb - May, Sep-Nov
hiking icon Hiking,Sight Seeing11 days
transportation icon TransportationDom Flight & Private Vehicles
altitude icon Max-Altitude 5545 m
meal icon MealFull Board Meals
difficulty icon DifficultyHard
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Everest Base Camp 11 Days Trek Overview

Everest Base Camp Trek 11 days Highlights 

Thrilling scenic flight to Lukla, the gateway to Base Camp

Sherpa Culture and tradition

Tibetan Buddhism and practices, monasteries and Chortens

Walking into the woodland of tall rhododendron, pines, firs, and junipers trees




Welcome to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal! Our airport representative will welcome you to the airport and then take you to your hotel. In the evening, you will have a brief description of the respective tour. Overnight at Kathmandu


Today we take an early morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. During the flight, you get panoramic views of mountains and terraced fields. After a scenic 30-minute flight, you reach Tenzing-Hillary Airport at Lukla. Lukla is the gateway of EBC. The Lukla airport is on the hill with a single landing strip dropping toward the deep broad valley. After reaching Lukla, we have some breakfast and start our EBC trek. The trail passes through Dudh Khoshi after crossing a large stream called ‘Kusum Drargka’. Then pass through the small settlements of Sherpa people along with their different cultures and tradition. Finally, passing barley and potatoes fields and Yak pasture, we reach the Phakding


From Phakding we head toward Namche. It is the main administrative and trading center of the Khumbu region. After breakfast, we will hike through the valley of Dudh Koshi River. Then we enter the gateway of the Sagarmatha National park, Monjo after passing a long suspension bridge. On the way, we pass through the settlements of Zapute, Toktok, Benkar, Chumoa to Monjo. From Benkar you get pleasure from the scenes of snow-topped mountains Kusum Kanguru (6,369m), Thamserku (6,623m), and so on. Then the trail drops to Jorsalle with steep downhill. And we came across an army checkpoint at the end of Jorsalle. A gradual uphill climb from Jorsalle to the mountain town, Namche. On the way to the place, Larja Dhovan you pass a long suspension bridge over the confluence of Bhote Koshi River and Dudh Koshi River. Namche is the biggest town in the Everest region. It is a central trading post in the Khumbu attracting Himalaya & lowland merchants. Overnight at Namche Bazaar


Heading toward Tengboche, you find the most well-settled trail in this EBC trek. We walk uphill and downhill on almost flat land, following the trail from Namche to Syangboche. The open straight and wide trail take you to Kyangjuma. You witness Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Everest overlooking you in Kyangjuma. The moving ahead to another corner of Kyangjuma is a small settlement, Sanasa. The routes to Gokyo and Everest Base Camp fork here and you often find souvenir stalls put on the sale. Then the trail steeply stretches toward the Dudh Koshi River Valley. And we reach the settle Pungki Thanka, the lowest point north of Namche Bazaar. Now, you enter the Imja Khola Valley pass through the trails decorated with blue pines and rhododendron forest. This forest is a habitat by Himalayan Monal and Musk deer. Finally, to the hilltop villages of Tengboche, another beautiful Sherpa settlement. The main highlight of Tengboche is the Tengboche monastery. It is the largest monastery in the Khumbu region. And here, you get one of the world’s most magnificent sceneries from the view from here. Overnight stay at Tengboche. 


After crossing the suspension bridge over Imja Khola River, the path from Tengboche to Dingboche starts. We have a gradual ascend to the village of Pangboche. It gives an awesome view of towering Ama Dablam. Ama Dablam is the most beautiful mountain in the Everest region. Then the beaten trail from here approaches a crossroad at Orsho. The routes then continue through the summer pastures to Dingboche. Dingboche is also called “the summer valley” as this place receives more sunlight than any other settlement in Khumbu. There is a kilometer-long stone wall that surrounds the village. The wall protects the crops from crazy wind blow descending from the Imja valley. And it is the gateway to Chhukung. Overnight stay at Dingboche


From Dingboche, the trail to Lobuche comes across Thukla first. Then, the trail from Thukla heads toward Pheriche which will be a bit difficult. Holding to a sedated walk, the trail takes you to the rock-strewn oblique of Chupki Lara. The trail then drops down towards the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. The view of mountains peaks like Khumbutse, the Mahalangur Himal, Lingtren, and the Pumori will be best while crossing the moraine. Moving ahead you will see the Mount Nuptse looking over you. And after a short walk downhill walk to the yak pasture Lobuche. Overnight stay at Lobuche lodge


The most anticipated day, the day of landing on the foot of Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp. From Lobuche, following the windblown and rocky path alongside the Khumbu Glacier take you to Gorakshep. Gorakshep has the world's highest settlement at an altitude of 5,181m/16,994ft. Gorakshep id derived from the name of a raven called Gorak by the Sherpas. After lunch in Gorakshep, we head toward the world's highest Base Camp, on the Khumbu Glacier. It is opposite to the dreaded icefall, the most thrilling section of Everest ascent.  After walking on the ridge for almost 2 hrs & crossing the glacier, a wide trail in the surface reaches Everest Base Camp. From the foot of almighty Mt. Everest, Everest Base camp (5,364m) you get the heavenly sight of Khumbu Icefall and Khumbu Glacier. Moreover, the stunning view of the Khunbutse and Lingtren mountains is breathtaking. But you don’t get to see the view of Mount Everest so the next day you hike to the Kala Patthar. Overnight stay is not allowed in Everest Base Camp. So after enjoying the unbelievable view of breathtaking beauty, we walk back to Gorak shep for the night. Overnight stay at Gorakshep


To catch the sunrise and shimmering Mount Everest in the morning sun. We start our hike from Gorakshep to Kalapatthar in the early morning. Kalapatthar is the best viewpoint to witness Mt. Everest and the spectacular Himalayan range. From the top of Kalapatthar, you have a look over Mt. Everest closer than ever. Likewise, its surrounding Himalayan ranges; Pumori (7,145m/23,443ft), Lingtren (6,697m/21, 973ft), Khumbutse (6,623m/21,730ft), Changtse (7,550m/24,772ft), Lhotse (8,516m/27,941ft) and Nuptse (7,861m/25,792ft) are mesmerizing from Kalapatthar. After a great moment with excellent views, descend back to Gorakshep. We take breakfast in Gorakshep and walk back to Tengboche. It will be a little longer trek than before but the fit trekkers can easily reach Tengboche for a night stay. We continue our walk to the same trail through the Lobuche than Dingboche. On the way, we have some ups & downs, side valley, crossing the suspension bridges. Finally, passing through Chortens and mani walls to the beautiful Sherpa village, Tengboche. Overnight stay at Tengboche Lodge


After breakfast, we have long descended from Tengboche leads to Phunki Thenga. Phunki Thenga is the lowest point in the north of Lukla, Imja Khola. Passing the Kyangjuma, the path climbs to Sanasa and finally to Namche Bazaar. We follow the trail that descends down crossing several suspension bridges. And further trekking to Dudh Koshi river to Jorsale, Monjo Phakding. We then have a gradual walk enjoying open plains, rhododendron, and pine forest to Chjheplung. And we finally ascend to Lukla, with prayer flags, Chortens, Mani walls & miniature Gompas lined throughout the village. Overnight stay at Lukla lodge


Another thrilling flight back to Kathmandu. The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is always in the morning. So, on the last day of our Everest Base Camp trek, you will have an early morning flight back to Kathmandu. With the amazing view of mountains, you arrive in Kathmandu after about 30 mins and transfer to the hotel by our representative. You can have a rest in the afternoon. Later in the evening, you will have a cultural dinner with Bold Himalaya. Da


Today is the departing day. A representative from Bold Himalayas drops you at the airport before 3 hours of your departing time. You can join for another thrilling adventure or trip with Bold Himalaya. We can right away arrange your awesome trip

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Included & Excluded Items in the Trip Package


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All ground transportation during trips including airport pick up drop off & Departure Three-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis & breakfast basis & best available trekking lodge in EBC trekking route One experience government license holder trekking guide, we add one assistance guide if the group are more than five including their (Food, Accommodation, Salary, and Insurance)Full Board meals  (Breakfast in t Lunch, Dinner) with tea or coffee  during the trekkingDomestic flight according to itinerary Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu Domestic Flight 2 way flight ticket including airport tax Every day some seasonal fruit items as the in trekkingFirst aid medicine itemsNecessary porters( One porter for two guests) including all their (Food Accommodation, Salary, and Insurance)One special cultural show and farewell dinner programNecessary paperwork Sagarmatha National Park entrance fee, Pasang Lhamu Rular Municipality Entrance fee, TIMSSleeping Bag, Down Jacket (If you Needed Return after Trekking)Duffle Bag, T-shirt, and Trip certificate One cultural show and dinner programEmergency evacuation support Our service charge and government taxes


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International AirfareTravel insurance Bar & desert bills Lunch and Dinner in KathmanduTips for trekking crew members 


Trip Information

Best Time to trek on Everest Base Camp

The best season for trekking on the Everest Base Camp is during Autumn and Spring, the months of September, October, November, March, April and May. 

During the Autumn season, the months of September, October and November, the weather is clear with warm temperatures and the visibility is great. As the weather is mild it's very easy to trek around he Everest Base Camp. The Spring season of March, April and May are also the best time to trek on Everest Base Camp. The spring season brings a change in the topography of the region and the destination comes to life with endless rows of different colored rhododendron, moss and orchid draped trees, colorful undergrowth stretching for miles and the snowy white mountains peak on the backdrop of clear blue skies.

Drinking Water

Trekking in higher altitude, Drinking water is the most essential needs that every trekkers are concerned with. It is said that trekkers must drink 3 to 4 litres of water everyday to save energy and keep hydrated. Normally, local people drink the water from tap or springs however water available from taps or springs are not considered as safe or fresh for Trekkers. It is recommended that you should drink boiled water, filtered or purified water. You can ask at tea houses or lodges to provide boiled water or you can also purify the water using purification tablets.

Electricity and Internet facilities

Electricity is available throughout the Everest Base Camp trek. The lower sections are powered by hydroelectricity, while the higher up electricity is solar powered. You can charge your devices throughout the Everest Base Camp trek, but it will cost you extra. As the electricity is produced by solar power, there may not be availability of charging sockets in your room. Since there are limited multi plugs, you can ask the receptionist to charge your phone by paying extra charges on hourly basis. 

There is good access of internet facilities throughout the trekking trail. Generally, internet services provided through Everest Link Wifi or by using the sim of Nepal Telecom. Internet may be quite slow in the tea houses or lodges due to the over connection of more devices on same router.

ATM facilities

Everest Base Camp trekking trail passes through the remote villages of the Himalaya therefore there is not any facilities of ATM throughout the entire trekking route. You can get the wide facilities of ATM in cities, you have to withdraw enough money before starting your trek.

Payment and Extra Money

While Trekking, payment are done even for a small materials. The payment are done for basic needs such as food, drinks and accommodation throughout the trekking. If you don't have enough clothing or materials for packing list and transportation plus hiring a guide and porter, you have to make payment for that. These types of payment are done through estimated budget for trekking. Besides that, payment for snacks, hard drinks or charging devices requires are done through extra money. It is good idea to carry some extra money along with you while trekking on Everest Base Camp.


Everest Base Camp trek is situated at higher altitude up to 5,555 meters at Kalapatthar. So, a good preparation is required to succeed the trek. You have to be fully prepared with all the essential documents, insurance paper, and both physically and mentally. Since the trekking trail is not in isolated area, you won't need a special permit from government but you have to make travel insurance compulsorily to trek on base camp of Everest. Plus you have to prepared through physically and mentally too. You have to improve your physical and mental fitness as the succession of the trek highly depends on your physical and mental ability. You can improve your physical and mental strength by running, swimming, short hiking and joining gym classes or yoga classes.

Visa Process to Enter Nepal

Every foreign citizens except the citizens of India will require a visa to enter Nepal. If you are interested to trek in Nepal, you will need a tourist visa. You can get visa from the embassy of Nepal in your country or from airport on your arrival by fulfilling the following requirements:

·         Your original passport valid for at least next two months and two blank visa pages.

·         Photocopies of the personal information page of your passport.

·         At least one recent passport size picture of yourself.

·         The completed and signed Nepal Tourist Visa Application form.

·         Valid return flight or travel ticket.

·         Proof of sufficient financial means.

·         Proof of having paid the Nepal visa fee. 

Health and Safety

Trekking is generally very rewarding and a lifetime experience. While trekking at Everest Base Camp, health and safety should always kept in mind as it lies in the higher altitude in the Himalaya region. Regarding your safety make sure you have proper clothing, have insurance, water purification tablets or carbon filters, first aid kit, medications, and torch light are packed before starting your trek. While trekking always stay on mountain side, avoid drinking alcohol, ascend slowly after passing more than 3000 meters of altitude, keep updated with weather and listen to the advice provided by guide and trekking agency.


For trekking in Nepal, trekkers need to make travel insurance compulsorily. Without travel insurance you are not allowed to trek in Nepal because the majority of trekking lies at higher altitude in the lap of Himalayas and sudden incident might happen while trekking like snowfall or Avalanches. It should cover all the sufficient medicinal facilities and helicopter evacuation facilities while you are in danger. 


Transportation for Everest Base Camp trekking, both air and road transportation are involved. You can fly to Lukla Airport from Kathmandu on plane and start trekking towards Everest Base Camp or there is another option of taking jeep to Salleri of Phakding and start your trekking. Beside this, there is another option of reaching on starting point of Everest Base Camp by the help of Bus or Jeep. It is one of the easy accesses to get to Everest as the road is linked with Kathmandu and Lukla which is the gateway of Everest Base Camp trek and start trekking. While returning to Kathmandu after completing the trek, you can use the same means of transportation that you used to reach Lukla.

Guide and Porters

Guides and Porters will provide you wonderful services with safety issues. We provide you a friendly and well experienced guide and porters for your trekking on Everest Base Camp. A guide will give you all the necessary information about weather, villages and vegetation throughout the trek. He will select the comfortable food and accommodation for you during trek. A porter will carry your luggage throughout the entire trekking trail to make sure you have a comfortable journey. A porter will carry a maximum of 10 to 15 kg of luggage.

Hot Shower and Laundry

Almost all of the tea houses or lodges will provide you a facilities of hot shower and Laundry in the trekking trail of Everest Base Camp. Only in rare cases you won't get such facilities. In the absence of such facilities you will be given a bucket of hot water for shower or doing laundry. Remember you have to pay yourself for hot water or laundry.

Responsible tourism

We strongly believe in Responsible Tourism as our policies are guided by social, economic and environment responsibility. Everest Base Camp is considered as a gem of Nepal with its lush variation of alpine and rhododendron forest, flora and fauna found in this region. We encourage our customers to do friendly trekking without affecting the beauty and uniqueness of culture of the trekking site. We wish to preserve our local culture, customs and bio diversity so we are continuously developing new potential area for sustainable, cultural and Eco-friendly trips.

Booking Confirmation

Everest Base Camp is one of the most popular trekking trails of Nepal. If you are interested to book a trip for Everest Base Camp, you have to go through online product. Our Bold Himalaya trekking agency has its own website, where you can fulfill the asked information or you can phone us on our phone number for the trip booking confirmation.

Once your trip booking request reached to us, we sincerely suggest you the final procedure for the trip booking by the advance payment of the trip. Non Refundable Budget of 20 percentage is required to confirm the trip booking on your selected adventurous trekking area.

Last minute Booking

Booking done on last hour or within 24 hours before trek starts is considered as last minute booking. We accept your last minute booking and excellently organize your last minute booking trips as much as possible. We won't let you feel that it was a rush decision and remember last minute booking should be done 24 hours before trek begins otherwise we can't accept your booking.

Postponed Trips 

Before your itinerary starts, if you are gone through some issues and there is any problem that you couldn't attempt the trek then you can postponed the trip. If there is any cases of bad weather or certain incident like Nepal Banda, then the trip will be postponed to another time by our agencies.

Nepal Visa Information

Nepal visas can be easily obtained from the Government of Nepal or Nepalese Embassy or Consulate office located in your country. You can get a visa from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu on your arrival or from any other entry point in Nepal. Make sure to bring a few sets of your passport size photos visa fees are inexpensive. Or, you can apply for a visa in a near embassy or either you can travel to Nepal and get a visa on arrival. We will assist you to settle your visa work too. 

Everest Base Camp Trek Packing List (Gear List For Everest Base Camp Trek

Clothing items-  Caps/Hat, Warm hats (Banie), jackets(Down, fleece jacket, Water Proof), shirts, Thermal Set( Base Layer), t-shirts, trousers/Hiking Pants (warm & waterproof), Neck Gaiter, Gloves (Inner & Insulated), Towel, Undergarments

Bag packs and Bags – Day Pack, at least you have a 45-50 liters backpack or Duffel bag that can put your necessary items

Footwear- Trekking Shoes, sandals, sucks (Warm) at list 4 pairs, Gaiters (for Winter)

 Sleeping Bags- sleeping bags at least -15 to -20 for winter, Sleeping bag liner

Electronics items- Camera, Headlamp or touche with batteries, portable charger( Power Bank)

Accessories - Eye wears (Sun Glass), Trekking Poles, Water Bottle (Hydration Bladder), Crampons/ microspikes (For Winter only) 

Miscellaneous-  Safety and First aid items & medicine (Including Oximeter & Thermometer), Bag cover/pack covers, Money Belt, hand sanitizer, Sun cream, Toothbrush, tooth cream, Shop, Shampoo, Toilet paper, Booties(for winter) Mitten( For winter) Cards, Shanks, chocolates, Money, Passport, Travel insurance. 



Accommodations are available in trekking lodges, tea houses as well as several hotels all along the trail, providing basic well maintained, and reasonably 5 star ones with additional needs according to your budget. Tea houses and lodges on the trail vary in quality and price, depending on the amenities they feature.

During your days at city, you will be staying at 3 star category hotel. 3 star category hotel in Nepal are just like average hotel of Europe but these hotels are satisfying and comfortable to rest at. 

While trekking in Everest Base Camp, you will be staying at lodges in Mountains or tea houses room that has to share bed with and some basic furnitures like small table or a chair. You will be staying at luxurious hotel "Everest View Hotel" for one day to observe the great view of Mt. Everest. Mostly, you will be staying at sharing room but you can also have private room by paying some extra charges. Normally, beds contain pillows and sheets and almost all lodges or tea houses provide extra blankets as it will be freezing in night. Usually, hot showers are available throughout the trek.


About Meal

While trekking in the higher elevation, the tea houses serve three-time meals per day which are altitude friendly. The meals include energy giving food and liquid food like rice, cereals, lentils, soup, noodles soup, hot tea, potato etc. It is the food that makes the people of this region healthy, strong and energetic. 

Breakfast: Trekkers need to choose the balanced and hygienic Everest Base Camp food. Most of the tea houses serve food like varieties of porridge/oats, Potato, bread, tea, coffee, Rice pudding, Boiled eggs, Omlet, Chapati and Pancakes as healthy breakfast which maintains glucose, protein and replenish your body with energy for longer period of time.

Lunch: Lunch is the main course of the meal which is served at 10-11 in the morning. The typical Nepali lunch includes boiled rice (Bhat), lentils (Dal), vegetables (Tarkari) and pickles (Achar). There are other options of Noodles item, Momo fried or steamed, Pasta or Macaronis, Spaghetti, Pizza and Sandwich served as lunch in the tea houses of Everest Base Camp trek trails.

Dinner: Dinner is served at the tea houses where you stay overnight. After the long day trek, trekkers need to be fueled with the delicious and heavy meat for the energy. Normally, every tea house on the trail offers the same meals for the trekkers which are similar to the lunch. Either you can go for the typical Nepal Dal, Bhat or other mentioned food items for dinner.


Frequently Asked Question

Nepali Everest Base Camp lies in the southern part of Everest. There is no access to the road and a road will never be built in this Base Camp. So, We must tell you the fact that you can’t drive to Everest Base Camp from the south side.

The best way to prevent getting altitude sickness is to travel to altitudes above 2,500 meters slowly. 

You can also:

  • Avoid trekking directly on high altitude

  • Avoid climbing more than 300 to 500 meters a day after 2,500 meters.

  • Have a rest day every 600 to 900 meters you go up.

  • Make sure you're drinking enough water

  • Eat a light but high-calorie diet.

Company will provide you 3* category hotel in Kathmandu. If you didn't like the hotel that company had chosen, then you can choose the hotel yourself in Kathmandu. But the payment should be done by yourself.

You can continue going up with care once you feel you have fully recovered. If you do not feel any better after 24 hours, go down by at least 500 meters. Do not attempt to climb again until your symptoms have completely disappeared.

To ensure your booking trip the 20% down payments is required to make advance as per company policy. As Nepal most liked tourist destinations and always overbooked we encourage you to make advance payment on time to secure your reservations.

It is a better rule to thumb when trekking is to tip the equivalent of $5 per day for guides and $2 to $4 per day for porters. With guide and porters your trips will be more comfortable and memorable. You can give $ 5 per day for cook who will give you delicious food around the trek.

Trekking with any agencies will give you more confidence and motivates you as well as you will be well known about the cultures and traditions of the society. Our Bold Himalaya is one of the renowned trekking agencies of Nepal. Some reasons why you trek with Bold Himalaya are:

  • Trek with professional guide during your trip.

  • Get valuable information and knowledge of trekking site.

  • Easy to get permits for rural and Restricted Area trekking.

  • Easily accessible of trekking materials and you won't have to be worry. 

  • No compromise on your safety and security.

One of the representatives from  Bold Himalaya will come to pick you up at airport on your arrival. He/She will pick you and transfer you at 3 star category hotel referred by our Company.

It takes eight days to reach Mount Everest Base Camp for normal hikers from Luka with two extra acclimatization days. likewise completing Everest Base Camp Trek ( Including Up and Down) for normal trekkers from Kathmandu to Kathmandu takes 12 days with 2 days of acclimatization.

The difficulty of Everest Base Camp is graded as Moderate trekking. The trekking time often requires 2 weeks and leads you up to the altitude of 5,555 meters at Kalapatthar. Even though the Everest Base Camp trek requires no prior trekking expertise, it is suggested that trekkers should be determined and be physically fit.

Days required to complete Everest Base Camp depends upon how you spend your days during trekking. If you start the trek right after next day of arrival and exclude the acclimatization day, it requires 11 days to complete the Everest Base Camp trek.

  • Clean and fresh surroundings and chance to manifest the local tradition and cultures.

  • Safe from scary Lukla flight and Lukla Airport.

  • Trek through an unexplored region of Khumbu.

  • Low risk of High altitude.

  • Sightseeing Sagrmatha National Park and observe flora and fauna within it. 

The cost of trek to Everest Base Camp will be determined by the type of trek you are planning, your trekking route, time on the trail and by the season you choose to trek. The journey would cost anywhere between US$3000 to US$4500 depending on route, the outfitter and their services. 

Many gigantic eight thousanders as well as other mountain peaks can be seen from Everest Base Camp trek. The mountains such as Mt. Everest (8,848.86m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Makalu (8,485m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) and other mountains like Ama Dablam and Peaky peaks can be seen from Everest Base Camp trek.

The Kala Patthar is higher upto the altitude 5,644 meters above from the sea level. It is the highest point of the Everest Base Camp from where best view of Mt. Everest including other mountains, and lakes and glaciers can be seen.

The trek is categorized as moderate in terms of difficulty level. But Everest Base Camp trek for beginners might be little challenging. Though, the trek can be easily completed with basic physical fitness along with mental fitness. You will walk through the rocky trail with several uphill and downhill. 

Kala Patthar is the highest point at an elevation of 5,555 meters as well as the main destination of Everest Base Camp trek. It takes around 7 days to reach Kalapatthar. 

The popular trips in Everest region are given below:

  • Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Tour

  • Everest View trek

  • Introduction to Sherpa Culture

  • Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo ri Trek

  • Everest Base Camp luxury Lodge Trek

  • Everest three Passes Trek

  • Everest High Passes Trek

  • Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

Temperatures range throughout the year from around 22 degrees in the height of summer to as low as -5 degrees in winter during the day, with temperatures at night ranging from -15 degrees in the winter to around 4 degrees in the summer months. In conclusion, Everest Base Camp trek is quite a bit more cold.

Even though the trekking duration of Everest Base Camp trek is 11 nights 12 days including two days rest in Namche Bazar and Dingboche with aim of better acclimatization with an altitude environment. Therefore two days of acclimatization are enough for Everest Base Camp trek excluding rest days at Kathmandu.


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