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Everest Base Camp Trek - 13 Days

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Trip Facts
  • Duration 13 Days
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
  • Group Size 20 Pax
  • Max. Elevation 5545m.
  • Start/End Lukla - Lukla
  • Best Time Sep to Dec and Mar to May


  • Well-managed lodges and warm hospitality
  • 13-day itinerary of the EBC trek as your arrival to departure.
  • Exploring the lifestyle, culture, and religion of the Sherpa.
  • Many white, snow-capped mountain views.
  • Every day, you should walk for 6 to 7 hours.
  • Trailhead ups and downs are gentle and gradual, with beautiful scenery.
  • You will see wildlife, flora, and fauna.
  • Crossing many suspension bridges in the Dudh Koshi River.
  • Touch the huge Khumbu Glacier.
  • Sleep at the highest elevation of 5160 m (16930 ft) in Gorakshep.
  • Touch the World's Highest Mountain Base Camp (5364 m/17599 ft).
  • Embark to the highest viewpoint of Kalapatthar (5545m).
  • Watch the splendid view of Mt. Everest (8848 m/29029 ft).
  • It is possible to explore it by helicopter tour in 4 hours.

Overview of Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular trekking destination in Nepal because you are putting your footprint in the world’s highest mountain base camp. You are watching the closest view of the world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest, at 8848m and exploring the inhabitants of the high-altitude valley's lifestyles, their typical cultures, and the religion of the Sherpa people. They are Buddhist, and there are many monuments of Buddhism, such as monasteries, stupas, mani walls, prayer wheels, and prayer flags. It is located east of Nepal and on the border with Tibet.

Mt. Everest is well known in the Nepali language as Sagarmatha, where "Sagar" means the bottom of sea level and "Matha" means the top of the head, which means sea level to top. It is the world’s highest mountain, and in the Tibetan language, it is called Chomolungma, or Holy Mountain. It looks like a black rock, but it is the world’s highest and most gloriously charming peak; it is (8848m/29029 ft) above sea level.

Touching the world’s highest peak base camp (5364 m/17599ft), watching the closest and most incredible view of Mt. Everest (8848 m/29029ft) from the highest viewpoint of Kalapatthar (5545 m/181923ft), and sleeping on the highest elevation of Gorakshep (5160 m/16930ft). Amazing trekking with typical Sherpa culture and beautiful nature scenes; thrilling viewing of many crystal-clear white snow-capped mountains. Make a plan, do adventurous with us. We make a delightful trip and  lifetime unforgettable memory. 

The Everest Region has many trekking routes. Gokyo Lake Trek, or Everest Chola Pass, is a bridge joining two famous treks, Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Valley. Another high-adventure pass is the Everest Three Pass. It explores every nook and cranny of the Everest region. You will touch or leave footprints on the world's highest mountain base and watch from the authentic viewpoint of Kalapatthar, 5545 m above Mt. Everest. Absolutely! You will see incredible things, and WOW! Just in front of you.The lifestyle of Local people and their culture, religion, and festivals in Everest Base Camp Trekking It is situated in the Solukhumbu District, east of Nepal. Most of the people are Sherpas, and a few others are Rai and Tamang people. We explore their lifestyle, culture, religion, etc. They live in a community village, and they are beneficial to each other. Every camp has a well-managed tea house that facilitates lodges; they provide organic and hygienic meals and comfortable rooms with warm hospitality. It is an open valley with less vegetation, but they do some farming and produce some crops and organic vegetables.

Sherpa people are very rich in culture and have their own traditions. They speak their own native languages, dress themselves up, and celebrate many kinds of festivals. Especially, they celebrate their own Happy New Year called "Gyalbo Lhosar." They are so helpful; they stay in the community village and help each other. They love their own typical and traditional culture. Likewise, they married according to their own traditions. The trekking route has many community villages along Lukla, Phakding, Monjo, Namche, Khunde, Khumjung, Pangboche, and Thame Thamo. They have pets and wild animals such as Sheep, Goats, Mountain goats, snow leopards, red pandas, some birds, etc.

Everest Base Camp Trekking Routes: It starts with landing at Kathmandu International Airport and staying overnight at the Standard Hotel in Kathmandu. The next day, early in the morning, fly to Lukla from Kathmandu for only 35 minutes, and the same day, the trek continues to Phakding village. Day one: easy walking, not ascending and descending, but a little bit is compulsory on the Nepal trekking trail.

Day two arrives at the capital city of Khumbu Valley, or Sherpa Valley, called "NAMCHE BAZAAR." It is a beautiful place; they have many lodges. They have trekking shops, mountain bakeries, banks, ATMs, etc. We recommend "Acclimatization Day" on day 3, but we need to do a day excursion. Our guide will take you to Khumjung Khunde village to explore Hillary School, Hospital, and Yeti Skull in Khumjung Monastery, or directly take you to Everest View Hotel to watch the incredible view of Mt. Everest at 8848m, Amadablam, Thamserku, and many more. Then, return to Namche Bazaar, take lunch, get refreshed, and enjoy a yummy mountain bakery and café. Namche Bazaar is a really nice place to stay for a couple of days, and we stayed here for two nights to adjust to the altitude for acclimatization.

Then, your trekking will continue through many beautiful villages. The next day, you will arrive at Tengboche, which is a huge historical monastery. You get a chance to visit the monastery early in the morning and in the evening during monk ceremony time. You can visit and explore it, even if you can sit in the corner to meditate for a while. You will see an incredible view of Mt. Everest panorama and Amadablam, Thamserku, Lhotse, Nupsesaar, Taboche Peak, etc.

The next day, trekking to Dingboche is an easy trail that slopes gently upward. Our itinerary does not include another acclimatization day here, but if you want another acclimatization day in Dingboche (4410 m), let us know. We can customize your trip to include an extra day. We recommend you hike to an adventure-altitude hill called Nakarshyang Top (4980m). It makes it much easier to succeed in the Everest base camp and the highest Kalapatthar adventure journey.

Everest Base Camp Trekking is continuing to ascend and starts an adventure, but our Unique Nepal Adventure Team will take you slowly and well. Trekking to Lobuche is a wonderful walk through an open valley with so many white, snow-capped mountain views. You will see many statues of those who died on the Everest expedition on the way before getting to Lobuche. Then, you get to the base of the world's highest mountain, Everest Base Camp. You will put your luggage and take lunch in Gorakshep, which is the last camp at the highest altitude. You will visit Everest Base Camp on the same day, take lots of photos in your own style with your team, have fun, and eat some snacks such as chocolate bars and cookies, which our guide will provide. Then, return to the lodge in Gorakshep.

Today's morning is the most important; you should get up early in the morning. Then, ascend approximately 385m, which takes almost two hours, and call it the KALAPATTHAR viewpoint (5545 m/18192 ft). It is an extremely tough ascent with an absolutely incredible view of Mt. Everest (8848 m/29029 ft). It looks like a "BLACK rock," but it is such a glorious view standing with the 4th highest mountain, Lhotse, at 8516 m, and Nupse. You can spend 15–20 minutes watching views and make a lot of pictures with your team in your own style; it will be a lifetime of unforgettable memories. You will see many white, snow-capped mountains.

Then return to the lodge, take breakfast, and pack your luggage. You will feel so easy to come downtown along Lobuche village, Thugla, Pheriche, Pangboche, Tengboche, Namche, Phakding, and Lukla. It's really easy; jumping down takes only 3 days to arrive in Lukla. Then I flew back to Kathmandu. Our program is a perfect 13-day itinerary; if you like one more or less day of the Everest base camp trek, feel free; we will customize your trip itinerary accordingly.

How many days of trekking would it take to reach Everest Base Camp?

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a perfect 13-day itinerary from arrival to departure. However, we will adjust the itinerary according to the number of days required. It would be perfect if we could manage 14–15 days, as we have to plan an extra few days to adapt to bad weather and can't keep the flight schedule from Kathmandu to Lukla timely. Restored. We will get you there, slowly but surely. We took a day or two off at Namche Bazaar and Dingboche for acclimatization. Our itinerary covers 13 days for experienced hikers and those short on time. If we can secure 14–15 days, we will adjust our itinerary accordingly. Feel free. 

Cost of Everest Base Camp Trek

13-day Everest Base Camp Trekking cost is US$ 1195 per person for a full-board package from your arrival to departure. We serve you, Kathmandu airport pickup to drops and Standard Hotel in Kathmandu with continental breakfast and full board services of the trekking package.

Everest Base Camp Trek, 11-day cost is US$ 1150 per person, which excludes the Kathmandu Hotel. , Full-board service packages are the same, but Kathmandu Hotel includes and excludes them. We provide excellent and tourist-standard hotels in Kathmandu with continental breakfast. Which services would you like?  Let us know, and we will arrange it accordingly.

How about the Everest Base Camp Trail?

The Everest Base Camp Trekking Trail is well-managed by the local community. It is wider, has stairs, and there is no risk of landslides and avalanches. Trekkers can walk at any time, in any season. It is a neat and clean trail. You will see crystal-clear, white, snow-capped peaks from any place with wonderful mountain views. There are many suspension bridges on the Dhudh Koshi River. You will pass many local Sherpa villages and observe their traditional cultures. They are mostly Buddhist, and they made many statues of related Buddhist monuments such as stupas, Mani walls, prayer wheels, stone carvings, monasteries, etc. You will enjoy it so much.

Lifestyle, Their Culture, Customs, and Religion in Everest Region

Most people live as Sherpas, with a few Rai and Tamang. The Sherpa people are very rich in their own culture and traditions. They have their own mother tongue, dress, customs, and festivals, and are Buddhist and very religious. They have many old and new historical buildings, including monasteries, Mani walls, chortens, prayer wheels, pagodas, and much more. In addition, they celebrate different kinds of festivals, but especially their own Happy New Year, 'Gyalbo Lhosar'. You have a bit of Tibetan influence.

Beautiful Villages in Everest Base Camp Trekking Route

Everest Base Camp Trekking passes through many typical and beautiful villages, such as Lukla, Chaurikharka, Phakding, Monjo, Namche Bazaar, Khunde, Khumjung, Tengboche, Pangboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, Pheriche, etc. You will completely touch these villages, and most of them are home to Sherpa people, who are rich in culture and especially farmers. They are religious in Buddhism, and every village has monasteries. and return the same way back to Kathmandu.

The Most Attractions and Eye-Catching Mountains Views From Everest Base Camp Routes

There are many crystal-clear white snow peaks. You will see a different angle and different views every day. The mountain's heights range from 6000m to 8848m. You can enjoy its scenic views.

  • Mt. Everest (8848m / 29029ft)
  • Mt. Lhotse (8516m / 27940ft)
  • Mt. Makalu (8463m / 27766ft)
  • Mt. Amadablam (6812m /22350ft)
  • Peak: 38 (7590m / 24902ft)
  • Mt. Pumori (7161m / 23495ft)
  • Mt. Nupse (7861m / 25791ft)
  • Mt Thamserku (6608m / 21680ft)
  • Island Peak (6160m / 20210ft)
  • Taboche Peak (6495m / 21310ft)
  • Lobuche Peak (6119m / 20076ft)

Wildlife, Flora, and Faunas in Everest Region Trek

The Everest region lies in Sagarmatha National Park. They are preserving wildlife. We can see some wild animals and birds on the way.

Yaks, Himalayan Thar, Blue Sheep, Deer, Musk Deer, Monkey, Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Wild Boar, Bear, and Many Kinds of Birds as National Birds, Danfe, Lophophores, Kalij, etc.

Rivers, Lakes, and Glaciers in Everest Base Camp Trek

Most of the trekking route follows the Dudh Koshi River side because the river follows the Khumbu Glacier. There are some lakes, such as Imjatse Lake and Gokyo Lakes, but you can’t see them if you trek straight to Everest base camp. You will see some small ponds in the Khumbu glacier. You will see Khumbu Ice Falls and milky rivers from glacier water.

Do we need any permits for the Everest Base Camp Trek?

Yes, you must issue some permits to visit Everest Base Camp. It lies in Sagarmatha National Park. You must issue some of the entry permits below. If you don't issue permits, they won't allow you to visit Everest Base Camp. There are many checkpoints. The National Park Service, Army, and Police will check it. But don't worry; we are here, we will help to issue it, and our guide will arrange everything for trekking. In the end, he will give it to you as a gift.

  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fees: - Nrs. 3000/-
  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality, Nrs. 2000/-
  • TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) - Nrs. 2000/-

When is the best time to visit Everest Base Camp?

The best time to visit Everest base camp is in the autumn (late September, October, November, and early December) and in the spring (March, April, and May). Those months' weather is always clear, with a good temperature, good visibility, and fantastic, crystal-clear mountain views. The winter and monsoon seasons are also not bad. In winter, it is snowing and very freezing cold, and in the monsoon, it is most of the time raining and cloudy, and there is no clear visibility. If you like to trek in the monsoon or winter, it is possible. We arranged it safely and successfully.

  • Autumn Season: September, October, November, and December.
  • Winter Season: late December, January, and February
  • Spring Season: March, April, and May
  • Monsoon Season: June, July, and August.

Is it difficult to do the Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest base camp trekking is not difficult because there are well-managed lodges and fine trekking trails. It is very alpine; you are getting the highest altitude at 5545m. We take you slowly up, make frequent acclimatizations, and you should walk 5–6 hours every day. We make acclimatization stops in a couple of places and slowly adjust altitude. Our guide and porters serve hygienic meals and help you so much; they advise positivity, and you will get much more energized. It makes your adventure trip easy. It’s adventurous, but we take it slowly and make it successful.

Is it Possible to Do a Helicopter Tour at Everest Base Camp?

Yes, it is possible. You can easily do a helicopter tour of Everest Base Camp and spend a short time exploring. You can touch the world's highest mountain base camp and watch closely the views of the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest, at 8848m, and many white snow-capped mountains. We organize it easily. It is approximately 3 and a half to 4 hours of travel. You will stop at Hotel Everest View or Kongde Resort for a lovely breakfast with amazing views. Then, take a walk around Everest Base Camp, and you will see a very close view of Mt. Everest and many other mountains. Then, return to Kathmandu along with Lukla. A helicopter's capacity is five people. We organized it nicely and safely. If you are interested and don’t have much time to see the world's highest mountains, you can do it in a short and sweet time and have fun.Another option is if you don’t have enough time to complete the Everest base camp trek by walking. We will, likewise, take you slowly by walking to Everest base camp, then returning by helicopter to Lukla, then flying back to Kathmandu by plane. It is 6–7 days of walking to base camp, then returning to Kathmandu by helicopter.

Carry Your Important Medicine

Medicine is very important. If you have any disease, you must carry the medicine with you. In that "prevention is better than cure" mountain region, we can’t find any healthcare facilities, clinics, or hospitals. If there is a clinic, you may not get it according to your problems. So, I humbly request that you prepare if you are continually taking any medicine. Please bring it with you or buy it in Kathmandu. It is very important, but our company will provide something in the first aid kit bag, normally for a headache, fever, etc.


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13-day perfect Itinerary for the Everest base camp trek If you like to do more or less trekking, we can easily customize it according to your schedule. It is from your arrival until your departure. Please feel free.

Unique Nepal Adventure Treks & Exp. P. Ltd. A representative will come to pick you up at the airport on time, welcome you, transfer you to the hotel, and brief you about the program. Stay overnight at a nice 3-star Hotel with breakfast.

  • Hotel
  • 1300m

Kathmandu to Lukla early in the morning, a 30-minute flight, then trek to Phakding, where you should walk around for 4 hours. The trail is easy, with sloping ups and downs and many tea houses. Stay overnight at a nice lodge. It is really joyful to walk on the first day. Stay at a comfortable lodge.

  • Lodge
  • 4 hrs
  • 2620

It is a beautiful and challenging walk. First, it is halfway easygoing, but after taking lunch at Monju Jorsalley, one needs to ascend 2 hours uphill. Monju village is the gate to the entry point in Sagarmatha National Park, where you need to issue a National Park permit. Then, take lunch in Jorsalle. You will cross many suspension bridges through pine forests. Last 2 hours of training for Everest base camp, ascending upstairs, and arriving at Namche Bazaar. Stay at Nice Lodge.

  • Lodge
  • 6-7 hrs
  • 3440m

Day excursion: after taking breakfast, ascend a couple of hours to get to Khumjung and Khunde villages, where the Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Foundation organized a high school and hospital; visit the Yeti Skull in a monastery; or another option Visit the Everest View Hotel and watch beautiful mountain views such as Mt. Everest (8848 m), Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Tauche Peak, and Kwangde Peak. Then, return to Namche, take lunch, and get some time to explore Namche Bazar. You can enjoy it in the Bakery café and Pub Bar. ATM machines and any kind of trekking gear are also available here.

  • Lodge
  • 4 hrs
  • 3860m

It is a beautiful walk with spectacular mountain views, including Everest, Amadablam, Thamserku, etc. first on a gradual street for an hour, then down to the riverside. After taking lunch, ascend for a couple of hours. Tengboche is a beautiful camp and the biggest monastery at the highest elevation of 3860m. You can explore it early in the morning and evening when monks pray. Stay in a nice lodge.

  • Lodge
  • 6 hrs
  • 3860

It is also beautiful walking gradually up to Dingboche, with wilderness beauty and white-snow mountain views all the way facing Mt. Amadablam. Track along the beautiful village of Pangboche. Lunch in Somare and stay overnight at a nice lodge in Dingboche.

  • Lodge
  • 6-7 hrs
  • 4410m

It is beautiful to walk in an open valley. Thugla (4620m) is the center point, but lunch can be a bit early when you arrive and decide with the team. If you are not hungry that much and arrive early, you can continue to Lobuche and take lunch there. You will cross some glacier trails and encounter some memories of those who died in the Everest expedition. Lobuche is really high, near 5000m. Walk slowly, take your space, and after lunch, hike to a small hill on the glacier side for acclimatization. Stay at a nice Lodge.

  • Lodge
  • 5-6 hrs
  • 4910m

The trek starts early in the morning, around 7 a.m., with walking along the glacier and not much ascending. When arriving at Gorakshep, you will check in at the lodge and take lunch. After that, you will visit Everest Base Camp, the world's highest mountain base camp (5364 m). It takes a couple of hours to get there. Explore base camp and snap some photos, then return to the lodge in Gorakshep. It is the highest elevation to sleep, so you must care for yourself very much. Be confident and try to drink lots of water and eat some hygienic foods. Our guide also takes care of you and provides excellent services. Stay at a comfortable lodge with warm hospitality.

  • Lodge
  • 7 hrs
  • 5364m

Early in the morning, you need to ascend to Kalapatthar viewpoint (5545m) to watch the Himalayan view. In front of you are the world’s highest mountain, Everest (8848 m), and many more peaks. It takes 2 hours to ascend; after the complete success of the ascending, click some pictures, then return to the lodge in Gorakshep. Take breakfast, backpack, then head towards downtown to Pheriche (4200m). It takes some time to walk, but it is easy to breathe. You will arrive easily in the late afternoon. Stay at a nice lodge.

  • Lodge
  • 7 hrs
  • 4200m

Going down is very easy, and the same way returns along Pangboche village and Tengboche Monastery. It is walking for around 7 hours. Stay at a nice lodge in Namche.

  • Nice Lodge
  • 7 hrs
  • 3440m

Namche to Lukla walking (7 hours) is also easy coming downward, crossing many villages. It is the last night of your trek. We would like to say that you celebrated last night with your trekking staff with dinner or drinks as well as sharing your gratitude as a tip. Have a lot of fun with your trekking team on the last day.

  • Nice Lodge
  • 7 hrs
  • 2800m

Lukla to Kathmandu by flight will take around 30 minutes; it will be early in the morning, so you should be ready early in the morning. Your guide will set everything up on time and let you know about the time. If possible, take your breakfast and report on time to the airport. The guide will bring you to the hotel in Kathmandu. You will get some time to explore, shop, and relax in Kathmandu. Stay at a nice Hotel in Kathmandu.

  • 3*** Hotel
  • 30 minutes flight
  • 1300m

A representative of Unique Nepal Adventure Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd. Will drop you off at Kathmandu Airport with a private vehicle.

  • Flying to Home

Trip Map

Everest Base Camp Trek - 13 Days map

Cost Details

What's Included

  • Airport pickup and drop-off by private vehicle
  • Two nights in a Kathmandu hotel with breakfast
  • All meals during the trek (lunch, dinner, breakfast)
  • Accommodations in comfortable lodges
  • One English-speaking government-trained licence holder and a well-informed trekking guide
  • One porter for two people to carry luggage
  • All expenses for guides and porters: meals, accommodation, salary, equipment, insurance, transportation (buses or flights), etc.
  • Kathmandu to Lukla and the return flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, including airport taxes
  • Guide to Flight Tickets
  • Needed Permits as below-mentioned
  • Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Fees
  • TIMS card fees (Trekking Information Management System)
  • Local Government of Khumbu Municipality
  • Government and local area taxes, where applicable.
  • Snacks cookie’s
  • Seasonal Fruits such as Apples, Bananas, etc.
  • First-aid kit bag

What's Excluded

  • International flight tickets
  • Nepalese entry visa fee
  • Travel Insurance, emergency rescue coverage, and medical evacuation
  • Cold and Hot drinks such as tea, Coffee, Coke, Fanta, Mineral water, and any alcoholic drinks such as Beer, rum, Whiskey, etc.
  • Snacks (Chocolate, biscuits, etc.) and desserts, etc.
  • Hot water, a hot shower, a heater charge, a battery charge, phone calls, and laundry service
  • Emergency evacuation and medical equipment.
  • Hire equipment and other personal items (sleeping bag, down jacket, hiking boots, camera, toilet paper, etc.).
  • In the case of natural calamities, i.e., political unrest, cancellation of flights due to weather, landslides, etc., the extra charge will be borne by the travelers themselves.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Tips for guides and porters and personal expenses

Good to Know

List of Trekking Gear for Everest Base Camp Trek

It is recommended to use trekking gear for high-altitude adventure trekking. You should prepare it properly to make your trip successful. If you don’t have something, you can buy or rent it in Kathmandu.


  • Headlight with extra batteries
  • Sun hat, insulating hat
  • Warm hat, Scarf-Beany


  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Sunglass with UV protection
  • Face/body wipes


  • Hand sanitizer
  • Light gloves
  • Warm gloves
  • Windproof gloves

Clothing for Trekking

  • Warm enough Down Jacket
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Trekking T-shirts: Few pairs
  • A couple of Trekking paints
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Polypropylene underwear’s
  • Under long fleece
  • Breathable underwear
  • Thermal layer
  • Gore Text Windproof Jacket
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers

Clothing for City

  • You can pack any clothes that you prefer to wear in the city.


  • Trekking Boots
  • Sports shoes/Sandals
  • Thin and Thick Woolen socks
  • Trekking socks
  • Gaiter and crampons


  • Duffel bag
  • Day pack
  • Rucksack
  • Rain cover

Essential Gear

  • 2-liter water bottle
  • Water purification as tables, drops or stereo pen
  • Trekking pole
  • Swiss knife
  • Warm enough Sleeping bag around -15
  • Watch or Alarm clock
  • Cellphones and charging cables


  • Quick dry towel
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Biodegradable Shampoo and soap
  • Deodorants
  • Female hygiene products
  • Moisturizer
  • Dental floss
  • Nail clippers
  • Small mirror
  • Toilet paper

Personal Accessories

  • Money
  • Camera
  • Passport, photocopy
  • PP-size Photos

Extra items

  • Notebook and pen
  • Ear plugs
  • Energy/Protein bar
  • First aid kit

Trip FAQs

  • Everest base camp trekking is strenuous but not too difficult. Most of the ages factor people can do it but they should be well prepared and care for themselves. We make a comfortable day to days program and take you slowly. You will succeed easily.

  • You can obtain it easily at airport when you arrive or if you are coming by driving you can get in any entry border. You need to show your original passport and they ask you how many days would you like to stay in Nepal? You should tell them according to your flight details as arrival to departure flight date.

  • Everest base camp trekking is 13 days perfect itinerary from arrival to departure but, if you have a short time and want to touch Everest base camp, we customize your trip accordingly. We make shortly 8 to 10 days.

  • The highest place to sleep at Gorakshep (5160m/16930ft), Touching the World’s Highest Mountain Everest base camp (5364m/17599ft), and watching the incredible view of Mt Everest 8848m/29092m from the splendid viewpoint Kalapatthar (5545m/18193ft).

  • Yes, to succeed your dream, touching the highest mountain base camp, you must walk every morning for almost an hour. If it is possible walk ups and downs and hike to up hills. It makes much easier to trek up to 4000m. You will be much fit and fine at high altitudes.

  • Yes, Of course, you should issue some permits to visit the Everest base camp. Mt. Everest is situated in Sagarmatha National Park and you should pay national park fees, local rural municipality Government fees, and a TIMS card. If you don’t issue permits, they are now allowed to trek there. Lukla and Monjo village has check post where we need to issue permits.

  • Most of the trekkers take a flight, from Kathmandu to Lukla for only 30 minutes then start trekking. Returning also same Lukla to Kathmandu by flight. Another option is running a vehicle till Jiri or Phaplu Salleri. It is a long drive and needs to extend a few extra days to arrive Lukla. Flight vs Jeep riding.

  • It is a good question; you should carry Nepali rupees. There is no bank, no ATM and they don’t have any credit card acceptance. Better carry enough money and exchange Nepali rupees in Kathmandu.

  • Yes, to succeed your dream, touching the highest mountain base camp, you must walk every morning for almost an hour. If it is possible walk ups and downs and hike to up hills. It makes much easier to trek up to 4000m. You will be much fit and fine at high altitudes.

  • Yes, you can do it. If you don’t have time and would like to see the world’s highest mountain Mt. Everest you can do It on a few hours’ Helicopter tour. The best time is early in the morning due to the clear weather. You can have a lovely breakfast at Hotel Everest view (3860m) or Kongde resort (4250m). You will see an absolutely mesmerizing view. It would be so a delightful Heli tour.

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  • Alwulfulmgorps
    AlwulfulmgorpsSwitzerland,May 02, 2022

    Everest Trekking and City Sightseeing in Kathmandu with Family

    Jay, Director of Unique Nepal Adventure Treks&Expedition, has perfectly organized a trip for us from A to Z in Nepal for the second time since 2004. He was easy to work with during the planning pfase,.Thanks to his well-founded knowledge, we were able to learn a lot about the foreign culture in Kathmandu during the tour of the city. The trekking in the Everest area was awesome. Fantastic mountains, flora and fauna. Jay not only knows all the names of the mountains (he really knows ALL of them), but also the respective height. Jay is a storyteller who shared lots of local informations. And he is always in a good mood. He is reliable and punctual. The price-performance ratio is 100% correct. The crowning glory followed in Kathmandu in a traditional restaurant with local entertainment.
    Thank you Jay, for making our Nepal trip such a fantastic and unique experience for the whole family! We can recommend the company to everyone, whether for families, groups or individuals! It was just perfect!

  • Sela
    SelaSwitzerland,April 18, 2022

    Everest Base Camp Trekking & Kathmandu Valley

    Top organization! Best guide! Nothing is impossible here! I don't think anyone can do it better!

    It was three wonderful weeks in Nepal! The trekking in Everest National Park was scenically brilliant and well organized. We also visited with him some important historical places in the capital Kathmandu like Durban Square, Monkey Mountain, Swayambhunath, Pashupathinath, Indra Chow market...! Our guide Jay was awesome! He knows a lot about the mountains, fauna, and nature and tells us many stories about the life of the people in Nepal. In addition, he is very friendly and served us fresh apples (the best we have ever eaten) for dessert every evening. We also had a lot of fun playing cards together in the evening.
    Jay planned the whole trip very well and adapted it perfectly to our needs. Unique Nepal Adventure Treks & Expedition would be our #1 choice for future trips as well! Thank you for everything!!! 👍😉


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