Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek

Important Facts

Duration: 16 Days
Pace: Relaxed
Destinations: Kathmandu ➜ Flight to Lukla ➜ Hike to Phakding ➜ Dhudh Kosi (Sherpa Villages, Namche Bazaar) ➜ Khumjung (Kunde to Acclimatize) ➜ Thyangboche Monastery ➜ Kyanjuma ➜ Khumbu Valley ➜ Imja Valley ➜ Dingboche ➜ Lobuche ➜ Everest Base Camp (Gorak Shep, Kala Pattar, Climb Down to Pheriche) ➜ Kathmandu

Walk along the famous trail to the Everest Base Camp and Ascend Kala Pattar

The base camp at at the foot of the earth’s highest mountain is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed. Mount Everest soars 29,030 ft./8848 m high up into the heavens and following the trail to its base camp is the experience of a lifetime. While hiking past the small villages and cultivated lands of Sherpa country our bodies get the chance to acclimatize to the height. This is essential because we soon reach high altitudes with stunning views of Everest, Ama Dablam and other peaks in the Himalayan Mountain Range from the impressive Thyangboche Monastery. There is also the wonderful opportunity to ascend Kala Pattar at 18,192 ft./5545 m for even more amazing panoramas.


  • Trek where many famous climbers have left their footprints on the way to the Everest Base Camp
  • Get to know more of the Sherpa culture and visit Namche Bazaar
  • Follow the trail in sight of the greatest mountain on earth and enjoy the breath-taking views of Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Lhotse and of course Everest
  • Admire the hilltop Buddhist monastery of Thyangboche
  • Climb Kala Patter to see Everest from up close
  • Make new friends and share experiences with fellow trekkers in cozy teahouses
  • Bask in the famous Nepalese hospitality of the mountain lodges

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Key Info

▪ Stay in standard hotels for 3 nights, and in lodges for 12 nights
▪ Trekking from one point to the next for 12 days, full portage included
▪ Group size usually between 4 and 16, with tour guide assisted by local staff. Minimum age of participants 16 years
▪ Average altitude 12,795 ft./3900 m, maximum altitude 18,192 ft./5545 m
▪ Transportation: Two domestic flights and in a private minibus
▪ 5 to 8 hours trekking per day, but some days may be longer
▪ First aid supplies and oxygen carried by staff throughout the trek

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We meet in our Kathmandu hotel for a full briefing on the tour in the evening.

After landing at the airstrip at Lukla, we are off on our initial short hike to Phakding. We trek down the little plateau and then head north along the forest of the Milk River or Dudh Kosi River Valley, enjoying beautiful views until we reach the small village of Phakding at altitude 8701 ft./2652 m where we overnight in a tea house.

▪ Meals included: 1 breakfast
▪ Total ascent: 751 ft./229 m
▪ Distance covered: 5 mi./8 km
▪ Activity: 3 hours

We continue north along the Dudh Kosi Valley through spectacular forests with occasional sights of the distant mountains in front. Bridges take us across the river on several occasions, and we trek through the Benkar, Monzo and Jorsale villages. At the last bridge we come face to face with a steep ascent to reach Namche. If the weather allows we will have our first sight of the great Everest peak towering up behind the Nuptse-Lhotse Ridge. A final 984 ft./300 meters and we arrive in Namche Bazaar, the main village of the region and Sherpa capital. This prosperous town is also an important commercial center, bustling with daily activity especially during the Friday and Saturday markets. Trekkers fill souvenirs shops, meet in coffee shops and bakeries, and buy last minute items at shops selling mountain climbing gear. We spend the night in a tea house, altitude 11,286 ft./3440 m.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 4052 ft./1235 m

▪ Distance covered: 7.6 mi./12.3 km

▪ Activity: 6.5 hours

The trail leaving Namche past Syangboche airstrip is steep. Our destination is the Japanese built Hotel Everest View, 12,730 ft./3880 m above sea level. Perfectly situated with all-round views of Ama Dablam and Everest, there is no better place for our tea break. We trek down through woodland to Khumjung to enjoy a well-deserved lunch near the local Edmund Hilary School. Afterwards we pay a visit to the hospital in Kunde, also named after the man who, together with his Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, first reached the top of Everest. This village and its twin Khumjung lie in the shadows of the sacred Sherpa Khumbila Peak. On this part of the trek we have almost constant views of the Himalayan massifs, including Ama Dablam. We traverse Khumjung to visit the monastery. Unfortunately, it sustained damage in the 2015 earthquake, but renovations are under way. On payment of a small fee used for the repairs, one can see something quite unique – the only skull of a Yeti ever found. We follow the main trekking trail to Kyanjuma to overnight in a tea house.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 2080 ft./634 m

▪ Distance covered: 7.3 mi./11.8 km

▪ Activity: 4 hours

In the morning the walk is downhill to cross the river at the tiny Phunki Thankha village, altitude 10,663 ft./3250 m. From this point the going is uphill through forests until we reach Thyangboche, 12,687 ft./3867 m above sea level. This is where we enjoy lunch before a visit to the renowned monastery. Be on the lookout for Himalayan tahrs, they may be spotted in the forest around the monastery. Sunset offers a spectacle like none other when the mountain peaks Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Lhotse and of course Everest are bathed in soft colors to form the perfect background for our overnight tea house.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 1985 ft./605 m

▪ Distance covered: 4 mi./6.4 km

▪ Activity: 4 to 5 hours

We make our way through green forests to Devoche until we cross Imja Khola, a strong-flowing river that drains the slopes of Everest. We follow this valley, climbing systematically until we end up in Pangboche, 12,795 ft./3900 m high. This settlement is the highest village above sea level in the valley. We continue down the valley trail to Shomore where we enjoy lunch. The trek now leads us out of the trees and where the Imja Kholas and Khumbu Rivers meet, we cross the bridge. After a short but steep climb we arrive at our destination for the day. Dingboche is a summer village that lies at a height of 14,272 ft./4350 m and here we spend the night in a cozy lodge.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 2290 ft./698 m

▪ Distance covered: 7.3 mi./11.8 km

▪ Activity: 6.5 hours

We give our bodies another day to get used to the higher altitude. If you are not affected by the height, you may want to ascend Nangkartshang Peak, 16,732 ft./5100 m. The views here are spectacular and you will see Ama Dablam, Tawoche, Chalotse, Lhotse and Makalu. The climb to the summit takes around 3.5 hours and is steep and tough, but worth the exertion for the unsurpassed views. You can also opt to go only halfway up. We return in time for lunch and spend the afternoon relaxing. Our overnight stay is in a tea house.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 2480 ft./756 m

▪ Distance covered: 3.1 mi./5 km

▪ Activity: Optional 5-hour acclimatization climb

Immediately after leaving the village, we start a steep climb, pass a Buddhist shrine and then follow a more gradual ascent to the Khumbu Glacier’s end moraine at Dugla. It is time for tea and something small to eat before we tackle the steep ascent to Chukpo Lari. Although the panorama of the mountains on the Tibet Nepal border is beautiful, this location touches the emotions – a row of memorials pay tribute to those who have succumbed while attempting the ascent of Everest. From now on the route is more easy going along the beautiful valley to tiny Lobuje where we will send the night in one of the lodges. Later in the afternoon you may choose to follow the lateral Khumbu Glacier moraine to watch the breath-taking Nuptse sunset.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 2146 ft./654 m

▪ Distance covered: 6.1 mi./9.8 km

▪ Activity: 5 to 5.4 hours

We make an early start as we have a long and hard day ahead. We trek north along the Khumbu Glacier to Gorak Shep at 17,00 ft./5184 m. The route curves and moves then up, then down the glacier, sometimes climbing steeply. The lateral moraine trail is quite rocky and only after around three hours do we arrive at Gorak Shep for a well-deserved rest and some nourishment. There are no facilities between Everest Base Camp and Gorak Shep, so we have to carry water and snacks for our trek there and back. Initially we walk across the sandy lakebed, then continue onto the Khumbu Glacier’s lateral moraine. For two hours the trail follows the ascending side of the glacier but then descend onto the rough rocky moraine itself. We maneuver up and down and around stunning seracs to reach the base camp. From here, during springtime, we might observe expeditions further on, preparing to climb Everest. This area also offers an amazing close up of the impressive Khumbu Icefall at the head of the glacier, which brings home the difficulty these huge mass of ice blocks poses for the climbers to negotiate. Behind us Pumori soars into the sky and in front Nuptse overshadows the Base Camp. There is time for a few selfies and award-winning photos before we head back to Gorak Shep to spend the night.

Note: Gorak Shep offers limited sleeping options, and the lodges are very basic. However, food is served promptly and will satisfy hungry trekkers’ tummies. Also, the communal dining area is cozy and warm. High altitude may affect the plumbing and water pipes are often frozen up.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total ascent: 981 ft./299 m

▪ Distance covered: 8.1 mi./13 km

▪ Activity: 9 to 12 hours

Another strenuous day lies ahead as we take the steep incline beyond Gorak Shep up to Kala Pattar, or the so-called Black Rock. From this small peak we have views down on the numerous Everest expeeditions at thir base camps. This trek up Kala Pattar gives us a wonderful vista of Khumbu Glacier and even more impressive, close range sweeping views of the highest mountain in the world. We retrace our steps down to Gorak Shep and return to Lobuche in time for lunch. After the meal we follow the river valley to lower altitudes and overnight in a tea house in Pheriche.

Note: Both the trek to the Base Camp and the ascent up Kala Pattar are extremely tough. We may decide to swap the two events around, depending on weather conditions and the fitness of the group.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total descent: 3084 ft./940 m

▪ Distance covered: 8.7 mi./14 km

▪ Activity: 10 to 11 hours

We walk through the village, cross the bridge, and climb briefly before we trek down into the Imja Khola Valley. This trail leads us through a mountainous meadowland to Pangboche. We walk along the gushing river and travers the tranquil rhododendron landscape to the small Devoche settlement. From here the road takes us up to the ridge to Thyangboche for lunch. After lunch we climb down the ridge again to Phunki Tenga to return to Kyanjuma at an altitude of 11,810 ft./3600 m for our overnight stay in a tea house.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total descent: 2461 ft./650 m

▪ Distance covered: 8.1 mi./13 km

▪ Activity: 7.5 to 8 hours

Today we have a beautiful walk ahead on a winding road looking down on the Dudh Kosi River. In Namche we have lunch before we walk through the village to join our trail again until we reach Monzo 9350 ft./2850 m above sea level, where we will spend the night in a lodge.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total descent: 2461 ft./750 m

▪ Distance covered: 6.8 mi./11 km

▪ Activity: 4.5 to 5 hours

Today is all downhill until we get to Chaunrikhara. A final climb brings us to the Lukla airstrip. We stay the night in another tea house at altitude 9186 ft./2800 m.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

▪ Total descent: 164 ft./50 m

▪ Distance covered: 8.1 mi./13 km

▪ Activity: 4.5 to 5 hours

Upon landing back in Kathmandu we book into our hotel for the night.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

Today is a free day to accommodate possible delays of flights from Lukla and for sightseeing in the city. Swayambunath, the so-called Monkey Temple at Bodnath is amongst the largest Buddhist shrines in the world and well worth a visit. Another option is the famous Hindu Temple down in the Pashupatinath Valley. We have a number of interesting sightseeing tours on offer, and you can book and pay for any of them locally.

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

After breakfast at the hotel, the tour comes to an end. (I do not understand what is meant by land only travelers)

▪ Meals included: Breakfast

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Included in the Cost of the Classic Nepal Trip

  • All breakfasts
  • Morning tea in bed while on trek
  • Welcoming drink upon arrival at every overnight stay
  • 12 nights in tea houses and 3 nights in standard hotels
  • All activities on the itinerary and all transport
  • Accompanying tour leader at all times, as well as local staff. On trek the client to staff ratio is 4:1
  • Transfers at arrival and departure
  • Full portage during the trek
  • Map of the trek will be provided locally
  • National parks fees and trekking permits

Services not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Vaccinations and visas
  • Sleeping bags. They can be rented in advance at around $59*
  • Warm down jacket. Rent in advance at around $59*
  • International Flights

Vaccinations for Nepal

Nepal do not require any specific vaccinations, but we recommend the following: Tetanus, Polio, Diphtheria, Hepatitis A and Typhoid.

Malaria is not prevalent in Nepal, so unless you fall into a high risk health group anti-malaria tablets will not be a necessity. However, it is a good idea to speak to your health clinic or GP for the best advice. Malaria risk is mostly encountered in the lower south terai areas bordering India.

Yellow fever certificates are required only if you travel from any country where there is a danger of transmission of yellow fever or if you have spent 12 hours or more in such a country.

The majority of our Nepal tours visit high altitudes which implies the possibility of suffering from Acute Mountain Sickness. We always plan our itineraries to provide ample opportunity for acclimatization to high altitudes. However, the risk of suffering from AMS is always present, so consult the ‘Altitude Warning’ found in ‘Trip Notes’ below for more information and advice.

Eating and Drinking

All breakfasts are included during the trek.

The tea house breakfasts consist of bread (choice of chapatti, toast, or local Tibetan bread), egg (fried, omelet or boiled), and either porridge or muesli. Hot coffee or tea is served with breakfast. On some days no choices will be available. On these days you will receive either a so-called trekkers’ breakfast, consisting of toast, baked beans, hash browns and egg, or pancakes with honey or jam. Not all tea houses have options available, so only when we are absolutely sure will we offer you a choice.

We will have our lunch at lodges on the way. To save time, a guide will sometimes walk ahead with everyone’s orders. Dinners will be taken in our overnight tea houses. 

Menus at the different lodges are mostly identical, but are fairly extensive with a large selection including the traditional Nepalese dish of Nepalese dhal bhat, and even pizza with apple pie for desert. Dhal bhat, Nepal’s staple diet, also comes in a variety of forms. However, it usually is a curry lentil dish with vegetables or meat, rice and pickles or chutney. Momos is a very popular snack. It is the Nepalese version of dumplings, either steamed or fried with a filling of vegetables or meat.

Meat is readily available, but we strongly advise against consuming any meat while on trek as it has usually been transported over a period of days without refrigeration, from the lower altitudes to reach the tea houses. Consuming meat not properly kept at the right temperature may result in illness or upset stomachs. Dirty money is a source of germs, so make use of hand sanitizer regularly.

If you are gluten intolerant, we advise you to bring extra snacks and food as the variety available on trek will not suffice. This is especially true for breakfast when your only choice will be between an egg, vegetable fried rice and sometimes the trekkers’ breakfast with an additional egg to replace the bread. Note that even the soups contain gluten and are not fresh but made from soup powder. For vegans the daily breakfast will consist of porridge or muesli with water, with on some days an eggless trekkers’ breakfast or vegetable fried rice. For lactose intolerant trekkers the vegan breakfast applies with an egg of your choice.

Be aware that buying imported drinks or food on trek will imply higher costs than the amount we suggest.

The importance of water

It is important to stay hydrated while being physically active but even more so at higher altitudes, so we recommend a daily consumption of 3 to 4 liters or more.

Please refrain from purchasing bottled water while on trek. Plastic pollution is a growing concern in Nepal. Rather buy hot, boiled water at the tea houses. It costs around Rs 150 to 300 a liter and is perfectly safe without have to be treated. Naturally the higher we are the more the cost. At bedtime it can also serve as a hot water bottle.

If requested, tea houses will hand out cold water for free. This water need to be treated before drinking, so be sure to carry suitable water treatment supplies and your own reusable water bottle. Consult an outdoor retailer, as there are much better products available lately than the old fashioned purification tablets. Make sure the product you buy will be as effective in cold or freezing temperatures and also take into account battery life – in general lithium batteries perform better than traditional ones in freezing cold conditions.

A handheld UV water filter can effectively treat a liter of liquid in just a few minutes and it is immediately drinkable. Best are the lightweight models that use lithium batteries. Also be aware that you need a bottle with a wide mouth to use with this device.

There are many water purifying and filter bottles available these days, but be careful not to buy a weighty bottle which holds only a small amount of water. Always check the product’s performance under freezing conditions.

Weather Conditions

The Nepal trekking season is mainly between October and mid-May. Day temperatures are usually comfortable for trekking at most altitudes during this time. Another advantage is frequent clear skies with only occasional snow and rainfall. In the Kathmandu Valley you can expect day temperatures ranging between 59˚F/15˚C and 95˚F/35˚C, and around 50˚F/50˚C at altitude 11,811 ft./3600 m. The higher the trail takes us; the lower temperatures will drop. Every trekking season has its advantages.

Autumn/Post Monsoon: Mid-September – November. This is high season for trekking in Nepal, and daytime temperatures in the Kathmandu Valley are usually above 68˚F/20˚C. Clear skies mean sunny weather with good mountain views. At night the temperature at high altitudes can drop to 14˚F/-10˚C. 

Winter: December – the end of February. Although conditions are cooler, this is the best time to embark on a Nepal trek. Especially during December, the skies are invariably clear, making for excellent mountain views. Nights can be as cold as 5˚F/-15˚C, and even drop to -4˚F/-20˚C higher up the mountain.  However, the days are still sunny and pleasant. In addition, there are not as many trekkers during this time. Day temperatures in Kathmandu can be as high as 66˚F/19˚C.

Spring/Pre-Monsoon: From March to May. Temperatures are higher during the days and nights, but an afternoon haze usually develops. The lowlands can be very hot while Kathmandu temperatures can go up to 95˚F/35˚C. It is springtime, so flowers are in bloom, a reason why many trekkers decided on a spring trek.

Snowfall is possible whichever time of the year you choose to go on trek, especially higher up.

Weather conditions in mountainous areas are rarely predictable, so be equipped and prepared, and bring everything you need to handle adverse weather conditions.

Altitude Warning

During this trek you will spend at least one night higher than 11,483 ft./3500 m and there is a definite risk of getting Acute Mountain Sickness or AMS. This condition, if not treated may become life threatening. Most trekker are affected to a milder degree and may experience symptoms like sleeplessness, shortness of breath and headaches during the day or night. All out trek leaders are fully trained and will be able to identify severe AMS symptoms. If necessary, we will immediately make arrangements to take a client down rapidly to lower altitudes.

Is This the Trip for You?

If your feel confident about your health and physical fitness, you will enjoy this challenging level five grade trek. It gives you the opportunity to trek to the famous Everest Base Camp and up Kala Pattar with splendid vistas of the world’s highest mountain up close.

The trip consists of 12 days’ walking from one point to the next, full portage included, so you will only carry a daypack. Previous experience of trekking is necessary, and so is regular mountain walking or exercise. Otherwise, it is essential to prepare yourself physically beforehand. There are around 7 suspension bridges to cross twice on the trail. Although they are all modern with mesh sides, some are quite high and long, so if you suffer from vertigo or a fear of heights, these crossings may be a challenge.

The average altitude of the trek is 12,795 ft./3900 m and the maximum 18,192 ft./5545 m. There are ample opportunities and time to acclimatize but altitude will always be a factor that should be taken into consideration.

There are one or even more domestic flights included in this trip and the Lukla return flight is on a Dornier of Twin Otter. We make use of private minibuses for transfers.

The duration of the daily walks indicated in the itinerary is only an approximation. The hours stated do not include lunch breaks and may vary according to the pace and fitness of the group.

Lodges and Hotels

During the trek, overnight stays will be in tea houses (lodges). These are quite adequate, although they offer only basic accommodation, so be realistic and do not expect luxury in such remote places.

 In Kathmandu you will sleep in hotels for three nights. This hotel will be within easy walking distance from the popular Thamel district and will have 4 stars.

The dining rooms of the lodges is the place where everyone congregates. They sometimes have a heater or stove (sometimes a fee is charged for switching on the heater) and beautiful multi-colored traditional rugs. The majority of lodges have snacks and some basic items for sale, such as soap, toilet paper and tissues. There usually is electricity, although it may not always be reliable and provide bright light. We highly recommend you carry a flashlight for reading etc. Facilities to charge electrical appliances are in general only available in the dining areas and cost Rs150 to Rs350 an hour for every device. Solar power is used by many tea houses which means that there will not be adequate electrical power for charging. These days many tea houses have Wi-Fi, but may be temperamental and slow.  

Accommodation on trek is in double rooms with two beds. The beds have mattresses, sheets and one pillow. The rooms are not heated, so a good sleeping bag is essential. These can be rented.

Toilet facilities are basic and usually limited to one or sometimes two per lodge. They are outside the lodge building and most of them are of the ‘squat’ Asian kind. However, some tea houses have installed western style toilets. You will have to carry your own toilet paper or purchase it locally. Toilet paper should always be thrown in the waste bin provided, not into the toilet bowl. In case there is no handle for flushing, use the water in the container. If the water is frozen or the container is empty, refill it or notify the lodge.

There are now lodges with hot ‘showers’, sometimes just a bucket filled with hot water, without a traditional shower head. The charge is around Rs250 to 500 for a shower.  

Hygiene standards may vary, especially during peak climbing season and when water freezes during the winter months. Please talk to the lodge management or your trek leader to report problems and stay vigilant on matters of personal hygiene at all times: hand sanitizer or soap should be used before and after visits to the toilet, eating snacks or before meals.

Generally, the higher up the mountain the lodge is located, the costlier services and food will become. Tea houses at higher altitude are also more basic.

Clients on any of our treks in Nepal will be accompanied by one staff member per every four trekkers. Obviously when a staff member has to stay behind with to assist a client for some reason, this ratio will change. Trek leaders are further assisted by extra guides and a number of porters or cow-yak hybrids called dzos to transport the group’s luggage. Our clients only carry a day pack with what is needed for the day’s trek, the rest of the gear is transported by porters or dzos. These pack animals can carry four trekkers’ gear while porters can carry two, so kitbags should not weigh more than 22 lbs./10 kg each. We provide all porters who trek higher than 14,764 ft./4500 m with the necessary warm clothing such as a windproof pants and jackets, boots and socks, hats and sunglasses and gloves. We also insure all trekking staff at our local Nepal partner.

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New Delhi ➜ Mandawa ➜ Khimsar (Heritage Fort Hotel) ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Udaipur ➜ Chittorgarh Citadel ➜ Bundi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Abhaneri Stepwell ➜ Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Agra (Taj Mahal & Red Fort) ➜ Khajuraho ➜ Orchha ➜ Varanasi (Ganges & Sarnath) ➜ Lumbini (Nepal) ➜ Pokhara ➜ Chitwan National Park ➜ Kathmandu

From $2795 pp India

India to Nepal Tour

Type: Budget to Luxury Private Tour Wildlife & Cultural You Visit:

New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Ranthambore National Park ➜ Abhaneri Stepwell ➜ Ghost City Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Agra (Taj Mahal & Red Fort) ➜ Khajuraho ➜ Orchha ➜ Varanasi (Ganges & Sarnath) ➜ Lumbini (Nepal) ➜ Chitwan National Park ➜ Pokhara ➜ Kathmandu

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