15 Days


  • City Tour in Kathmandu
  • Explore Sherpa Culture
  • Trekking and Hiking
  • Visit Everest Base Camp
  • Kala Patthar Hike


  • 14 Breakfast
  • 11 Lunch
  • 11 Dinner


  • Hotel: 3 Night  in Kathmandu
  • Lodge: 11 nights on Trek


10% Discount for Group



Everest Base Camp Trek

Welcome to Everest Base Camp Trek (Everestbasecamptrek.info), a leading trekking and hiking company specializing in the Everest region. We are a sister concern company of Nepal Tour & Trekking Service P. Ltd., a Nepal Government Authorized adventure travel company with over 15 years of experience in the tourism industry.

We are passionate about sharing the magic of the Everest Base Camp Trek (EBC Trek) with trekkers and climbers worldwide. Our dedicated and experienced team are certified trekking guides, mountain professionals, providing in-depth knowledge of the region, safety protocols, and local culture

While the Everest Base Camp Trek is our specialty, we offer extensive trekking and hiking experiences throughout Nepal. Explore the pristine trails of the Annapurna Region, embark on an epic journey to the Manaslu region, or immerse yourself in the cultural wonders of the Langtang area.

For those seeking a broader experience, we offer enriching city tours of popular destinations like Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lumbini, allowing you to discover the diverse beauty of Nepal.

Ready for the trek to Everest Base Camp? Contact us today to start planning your extraordinary Everest Base Camp Trek experience. Together, let’s conquer the Himalayan trails and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Our commitment is to provide unmatched trekking experiences that prioritize your safety and satisfaction. We achieve this through:

Rigorous safety measures: We implement comprehensive safety protocols and use top-quality equipment to ensure a worry-free trek.

Meticulously prepared itineraries: Our experienced team meticulously plans itineraries tailored to your specific needs and pace, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable journey.

Personal attention: Our dedicated team is committed to exceeding your expectations and making your Everest Base Camp adventure truly memorable.

Everest Base camp Trek Map

Main Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Thrilling Flight to Lukla: Experience an exciting 30-35 minute flight to Lukla, considered one of the world’s most unique airports due to its short runway and high altitude.
  • Explore Namche Bazaar: Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Namche Bazaar, a historic market town and gateway to Everest, offering stunning mountain views and rich Sherpa culture.
  • Sherpa Culture and Tradition: Feel the warmth and hospitality of the Sherpa people, renowned for their resilience and deep connection to the Himalayas. Learn about their unique traditions and way of life.
  • Tengboche Monastery: Visit Tengboche Monastery, the largest and oldest monastery in the Khumbu region, perched amidst breathtaking mountain scenery.
  • Highest Farm in the World: Discover the unique agricultural practices at Dingboche, the highest permanent settlement with a functioning farm in the world.
  • Everest Base Camp: Reach the base camp of Mount Everest, the highest mountain on Earth, and stand in awe of its majestic presence.
  • Kalapatthar Viewpoint: Enjoy the unparalleled panorama of Everest and surrounding peaks from Kalapatthar (5,550 meters), offering the most iconic view of the mountain.
  • Crossing the Highest Suspension Bridge: Cross one of the longest and highest suspension bridges in the world, adding an element of adventure to your trek.
  • Everest View Hotel: Take a day trip to the Everest View Hotel, boasting stunning panoramic views of Everest and Ama Dablam.
  • Thame and Khumjung: Explore the village of Thame, known for its gompa (monastery) and historical significance, and visit Khumjung, a “green village” nestled amidst the rugged landscape.
  • Sagarmatha National Park: immerse yourself in the diverse ecosystem of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and spot diverse flora and fauna.
  • Footsteps of Legends: Follow in the footsteps of pioneering mountaineers like Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, who wrote mountaineering history on Everest.
  • Gorakshep Views: Witness breathtaking sunrise views of Everest and surrounding peaks from Gorakshep, a high-altitude settlement offering panoramic vistas.
  • Khumbu Glacier: Stand beside the dramatic Khumbu Glacier, the largest glacier in the Himalayas, and observe its awe-inspiring power and beauty.
  • Kala Patthar Sunrise: Capture the breathtaking moment of the sunrise painting Everest in golden hues from the vantage point of Kala Patthar.
  • Sherpa Culture: Throughout your trek, experience the rich culture and traditions of the Sherpa people through interactions, local food, and cultural programs.

Everest Base Camp Trek Brief Itinerary (15 Days):

Our Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary is just standard. We can customize our Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary according to your preferences, time, and budget. The trip cost is per person we are offering here. We offer 10% discount for the group more then 10 trekkers. The cost of this Everest Base Camp trek will depend on the hotel category you choose, transportation, air service, and the group size. Therefore, please give us details of your travel requirements so we can prepare a customized package. A special discount is available for international tour guides.

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel, prepare for trekking, and complete permit formalities.

Day 02: Full-day Kathmandu City Sightseeing Tour.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (25-30 minutes), trek to Phakding (2,640 m) (2-3 hours).

Day 04: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,430 m) (5-6 hours).

Day 05: Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, visit Khumjung village and Everest View Hotel.

Day 06: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3,867 m) (5-6 hours).

Day 07: Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4,410 m) (5-6 hours).

Day 08: Acclimatization day in Dingboche, optional climb of Nangkartshang Peak (2 hours).

Day 09: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche (4,930 m) (5-6 hours).

Day 10: Trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep (5,140 m) (3 hours) and visit Everest Base Camp (2-3 hours).

Day 11: Hike from Gorakshep to Kalapatthar (5,550 m) (2 hours), trek back to Pheriche(4,371m – 5-6 hours).

Day 12: Trek back to Namche Bazaar (7-8 hours).

Day 13: Descend from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (6-7 hours).

Day 14: Take a scenic flight back to Kathmandu (25-30 minutes).

Day 15: Transfer to the Kathmandu International Airport for your departure.

Overview of Everest Base Camp Trek

Embark on the transformative journey of the Everest Base Camp Trek, a remarkable expedition that immerses you in the majestic Himalayan environment and vibrant local communities. As you traverse through charming villages, picturesque valleys, and enchanting rhododendrons, oak, juniper, and spruce forests, you’ll ultimately reach the base of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.

This iconic Everest Base Camp trek offers awe-inspiring views of the Himalayan panorama, featuring snow-capped peaks such as Mount Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Nuptse, Pumori, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kangtega, and other stunning mountains. Renowned as one of Nepal’s premier trekking routes, the Everest Base Camp Trek attracts thousands of global adventurers annually, making it a celebrated and well-known expedition.

Beyond the breathtaking landscapes, this journey provides a deep dive into the local culture, traditions, and lifestyle. Each day brings unique scenery, and the warm hospitality of the villages enriches your experience. Encounter Gompas, Mani walls, and Chortens adorned with vibrant prayer flags, showcasing the spiritual richness of the region.

The Everest Base Camp Trek unfolds through the picturesque Himalayas, leading you to the base of Mount Everest and guiding you through alpine regions, remote ridges, and the iconic Everest Base Camp. The climb to Kala Patthar, at 5550m, stands as a pinnacle moment, offering a close-up view of Everest and a 360-degree panoramic spectacle of peaks above 8,000m.

Beyond the scenic wonders, the Everest Base Camp trek is a profound journey of self-reflection and goal-setting. The serene environment, far from the hustle of daily life, provides moments of introspection. Our professionally designed itinerary ensures an immersive experience in the Everest region, with options for customized treks tailored to your preferences.

This 12 day Everest Base Camp Trek seamlessly blends the splendor of the world’s highest mountains with the rich Sherpa culture. Beginning with a short flight to Lukla, a picturesque Sherpa town, you will be greeted by breathtaking views of the mighty mountains. The trek takes you through Sherpa settlements like Phakding, Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gorakshep, offering glimpses into Sherpa traditions amidst snow-capped vistas.

A pinnacle of the journey is the ascent to Kala Patthar, providing an unparalleled view of Everest and neighboring peaks. The trek’s difficulty level is moderate to difficult, catering to the physically fit and mentally resilient. Whether in Autumn, spring, or year-round, this expedition promises an encounter with nature’s beauty and your potential.

Optimal times for the Everest Base Camp trek are Autumn and spring, yet it is feasible year-round. During the climbing season from April to May, you may even cross paths with mountaineering enthusiasts attempting to summit Mount Everest, adding another layer of excitement to your unforgettable journey.

Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary

Day 01
Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to hotel, prepare for trekking, and complete permit formalities.

Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our support team will transfer you to the hotel, where you will prepare for the trek and complete the necessary permit formalities. Your trek guide will meet you at your hotel or our office to assist in the preparation, requiring three passport-size photos and a copy of your passport. Ensure your travel insurance covers the Everest Base Camp Trek, and carry a copy of your policy.

Meals included: None

Day 02
Full-day Kathmandu City Sightseeing Tour

Commence your day with a delectable breakfast at your hotel before embarking on a journey to Swayambhunath, an awe-inspiring Buddhist stupa steeped in over 2000 years of history. Ascend the hill and be captivated by the breathtaking panoramic views of the Kathmandu Valley, where playful monkeys freely roam.

Delve into the rich history of Kathmandu Durbar Square, a former palace complex showcasing ancient Lichhibi art and architecture. Despite ongoing renovations following the 2015 earthquake, explore historical artifacts, including weaponry, at the museum. Witness the Kal Vairab statue and experience the unique presence of the living goddess Kumari. Take in the serene atmosphere and explore nearby restaurants, stores, and cafes.

Head to Pashupatinath, a revered Hindu temple situated on the banks of the Bagmati River. Observe cremation ceremonies, an integral part of Hindu rituals. Continue your exploration to Bouddhanath Stupa, one of Asia’s largest, and be mesmerized by its 2500-year-old structure. Witness the four watchful eyes of Lord Buddha gazing in cardinal directions. Join pilgrims as they circumambulate the stupa and spin prayer wheels, seeking blessings. Immerse yourself in the picturesque ambiance with traditional Nepalese houses and restaurants, creating an unforgettable experience.

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 03
Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla - 25 to 30 minutes, then hike to Phakding (2,640 m) -2 to 3 hours walking.

Your trek guide will pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to Kathmandu domestic airport for your flight to Lukla. During the high season, direct flights to Lukla from Kathmandu Airport may not be available, necessitating a 4-5 hour drive to Ramechhap for a subsequent flight to Lukla. Lukla, nestled in the Himalayan foothills, experiences unpredictable weather.

Due to the swiftly changing weather conditions in the afternoon, flights to Lukla typically operate in the early morning when conditions are more favorable. After a scenic 25- to 30-minute flight, you’ll land at Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, where our crew awaits you. Lukla offers panoramic views of snow-capped peaks such as Karyolung (6,511 m), Khatang (6,853 m), Numbur (6,959 m), and Kongde Shar (6,093 m).

Commencing your trek, the first day takes you through the northern part of Lukla, passing Sherpa culture-imbued hotels, stores, and houses. Descending through pine and rhododendron forests above Chaurikharka village, you’ll leave the gate named after Pasang Lhamu, the first Nepali woman to summit Everest in 1993.

The trail continues through Sherpa settlements like Thalshora and Chheplung, offering glimpses of Samdenling Gomba attached to a rock. Crossing an apple orchard established by the Japanese, the trail then heads towards the village of Ghat, providing views of Mount Kusum Kanguru.

The journey ascends to the sacred site of Nurling, marked by Buddhist carved rocks, Mani walls, and chorten atop a hill. Descending near the Dudh Koshi River, the trail winds down to Phakding, a pleasant 2-3 hour walk. In the afternoon, you can explore the village or take a 20-30-minute side trip to Pema Choling Monastery on a forested hillside. Overnight stay at the lodge.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 04
Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,430 m) - 5 to 6 hours walking

In the early morning, we commence our journey towards Namche Bazaar. Crossing a bridge, we ascend along the Dudh Koshi River’s bank, passing through the village of Tok-Tok with a splendid view of Mount Thamserku. After about an hour and a half of effort, we reach the village of Bankar, where a picturesque waterfall awaits our crossing.

Continuing our trek, we cross the river over a bridge to the east of the bank, ascend through the village of Chhumowa, and proceed uphill to Manjo after crossing the Kyangsar Khola. The Sagarmatha National Park office is located at the northern end of the village. A narrow trail then leads down to the river, and after crossing another suspension bridge, we reach Jorsale.

Jorsale is the last village before Namche Bazaar, making it an ideal spot for lunch and refilling water bottles. Today’s trek involves multiple crossings of the same river. Following the river’s west bank from Jorsale through a pine forest, we cross the bridge once more and continue along the east side of the bank. The trail ascends the river bank with some steep paths to the confluence of the Dudh Koshi from the east and west banks of the Bhote Koshi, crossing the gorge on an exhilarating fifth suspension bridge.

The one-hour climb up the front ridge rewards us with inspiring views of Mount Everest on a clear day. Continuing through the pine forest, we reach a police checkpoint and several lodges in Namche Bazaar. The walk from Jorsale takes approximately 3 hours. The remainder of the day can be spent exploring the surrounding area, and you’ll overnight in Namche Bazaar, enjoying views of the snow-capped mountains.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 05
Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, visit Khumjung village and Everest View Hotel.

Today serves as a rest day, allowing time for acclimatization and rejuvenation before embarking on the journey to Everest Base Camp. Namche, nestled opposite the stunning Mount Kongde, is a haven for trekkers—an ideal place for exploration and relaxation. After a leisurely breakfast, offering picturesque views of Kongde to the west and Mt. Thamserku and Kangtegha to the east, we stroll around Namche Bazaar before ascending to Everest View Hotel.

Situated northeast at the top of the village, near the Sherpa Museum, the trail climbs along the ridge, offering spectacular mountain vistas and breathtaking landscapes amidst subtropical alpine vegetation. As we approach Syangbuche Airport and Panorama Hotel, the panoramic view includes the world’s highest peaks: Mount Everest (8,848m), Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Kangtegha, Thamserku, Kusum Kanguru, and Khongde.

From Everest Panorama Hotel, capturing the stunning scenery with your camera, we descend through a pine forest to Khumjung Valley. To the immediate north of the valley, the sacred peak Khumbila, considered the patron deity of Khumbu, comes into view. In Khumjung Valley, you can explore the Edmund Hillary School, an ancient monastery with a Yeti skull, and Khunde Hospital.

A 15-minute walk south on Khumjung leads us to the Hillary Memorial Stupa, erected in honor of Sir Edmund Hillary—a figure cherished by the local Sherpa community for his contributions to education, healthcare, and air travel in the region. We return to Namche for the night. Additionally, you have the option to visit the mountaineering museum, Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee, Sagarmatha National Park Headquarters (open from 8 am to 4 pm, excluding Saturdays and holidays), and the monastery.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 06
Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3,867 m) -5 to 6 hours walking

From Namche, the trail veers northeast, leading to the top of the village where impressive Buddhist Mani prayer inscriptions mark the way. Continuing, the trail ascends above the Dudh Koshi River on a wide dirt road, offering breathtaking mountain views and stunning valley scenery. With short climbs and mostly descents, the path takes you to Kyanjuma, approximately an hour from Namche.

As you trek, the towering forms of mountains like Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Khangtekha, and Lhoste dominate the landscape. After about ten minutes through the rhododendron forest, you’ll reach the junction of the Khumjung, Gokyo, and Tengboche trails. More teahouses await, and you may encounter Himalayan goats and musk deer in the vicinity.

The trail descends for about half an hour to Punge Thagna, situated on the banks of the Dudh Koshi River. This location, approximately three hours from Namche Bazaar, serves as an ideal spot for lunch, especially if you’re starting your journey later, as it is the last teahouse before Tengboche. The trail then ascends the forested ridge leading to Tengboche Monastery, one of the largest monasteries in the region.

Tengboche is a beautiful place offering breathtaking views of Mount Everest, Kongde, Tabuche, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kantega, Thamserku, and more. The monastery hosts prayer ceremonies every morning and evening, providing an opportunity for you to attend. The view from Tengboche is remarkable throughout the day, with the sunrise and sunset transforming the colors on the mountains into a breathtaking spectacle. Enjoy an overnight stay at a Tengboche tea house.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 07
Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4410 m) -5 to 6 hours Walking.

The day’s hike commences after breakfast at the same teahouse in Tengboche where you spent the night. The trail heads east, gently descending through a captivating landscape of rhododendron and a lush, mossy forest, reaching Deboche in approximately 30 minutes. Deboche serves as an alternative place to stay during the high season when Tengboche hotels are crowded.

Crossing the Imja Khola through the jungle, where sightings of wild animals such as pandas and musk deer are more likely, the trail continues through the same vegetation to Ani Gompa and the small settlement of Milinggo. Crossing a bridge over the rushing Imja Khola River offers a breathtaking view of the towering Ama Dablam to the east. The trail then ascends towards Panboche village, passing a Chorten and stupa.

The upper route leads to Pangboche Gumba in the upper settlement of Pangboche, one of the oldest Gumbas in the region, constructed approximately 300 years ago when Buddhism was introduced to the Khumbu by Lama Sangwa Dorje. Continuing northeast across the tree line near the Imja Khola, the trail reaches Somare, taking almost an hour.

As the landscape becomes drier and more barren, you’ll pass through Orsho. Another 15 minutes of walking brings you to a small summer pasture at Tsuro Wang. The right branch of the trail leads to Dingboche, while the left leads to Pheriche; both tracks ultimately lead to Everest Base Camp. Crossing the Labuche Khola, the trail gently ascends east into the Imja Valley, adorned with substantial agricultural terraces and the settlement of Dingboche. Spend the rest of the day exploring Dingboche village, surrounded by stunning mountains. Overnight stay at a tea house.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 08
Acclimatization day in Dingboche, climb Nangkartshang Peak - 2 hours.

Today marks the second rest day dedicated to planned acclimatization. Begin the day with a peaceful breakfast, preparing equipment for the day’s hike. After exploring various side trails around Dingboche, ascend to the ridge at Nangkartshang Peak located in the corner of the village. From this vantage point, enjoy a 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains, including Makalu (the fifth highest mountain in the world), Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and others. It offers a unique perspective, allowing you to see the three highest mountains in the world at a glance.

The path to the hill with the Chorten above Dingboche is the same as the one leading to Everest Base Camp, involving a steep ascent up the ridge to gain altitude above the valley. The journey takes approximately two hours to reach Nangkartshang Peak. For a day trip, consider visiting Chhukung, Island Peak Base Camp, Ama Dablam Base Camp, or the Himalayan Rescue Association in Pheriche. After savoring the panoramic views from the peak, return to the tea house and spend the night.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 09
Trek From Dingboche to Lobuche (4,930 m) -5 to 6 hours.

After fortifying ourselves on the acclimatization day, we ascend to the ridge above Dingboche, following a serene high-altitude route. Upon reaching the Chorten, the walk becomes delightful as we traverse through picturesque pastures, the summer abode of yaks. The journey unveils a breathtaking natural landscape, showcasing Ama Dablam, Khangtega, Thamserku, Tawache, Cholatse, Lobuche, and a majestic view of Mount Pumori.

A trail from Pheriche converges with the main route at the pasture’s edge, and we descend to cross a glacial stream leading to Thukla. The easy hike from Dingboche to Thukla takes approximately 3 hours. Following a brief rest at Thukla Teahouse, the trail ascends steeply up a ridge to Thukla Pass. Colorful Buddhist flags flutter around stone monuments erected in memory of climbers who lost their lives in expeditions in the region.

The view from Thukla Pass is spectacular in all directions. After a short walk and a stream crossing near the west side of the Khumbu Glacier, the trail follows the stream along a broader valley, offering frequent views of snow-capped mountains. Eventually, it leads to teahouses and hotels in Lobuche, near the Khumbu Glacier, where we spend the night.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 10
Trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep (5,140 m) - 3 hours and Everest Base Camp -2 to 3 hours.

The trail from Lobuche runs along the Khumbu Glacier, providing awe-inspiring views. After a fifteen-minute walk, a sign for the International Laboratory of the Pyramid becomes visible. The research center, equipped with a meteorological station monitoring the evolution of phenomena like the monsoon, air pollution, and seismology, is located about 30 minutes north of Lobuche.

Continuing toward Gorak Shep (5,140 m), the trail gradually ascends to the base of Lobuche Pass. Before reaching the pass, a special effort is required for a steep 10-15 minute climb, crossing the Changri Glacier with several descents and loose rocks. About 2 to 3 hours from Lobuche, the trail reaches the ridge above Gorak Shep.

From this vantage point, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking panorama of the surrounding mountains, including Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori, and the Khumbu Glacier, Everest Base Camp, and the Gorak Shep tea houses. After lunch, check into the hotel/teahouse, take some rest, and then embark on a walk to Everest Base Camp along the ridge of Khumbu Glacier.

As Gorak Shep is the last teahouse before Everest Base Camp, it’s crucial to fill up water bottles and carry warm clothes and necessary equipment. Crossing the glacier with frequent ascents and descents, it takes two to three hours to reach the northern corner of the glacier and, ultimately, Everest Base Camp (5,360 m). The trail to EBC can be challenging to navigate, so rely on our guide to lead the way, as the route changes annually due to the glacier’s instability.

While Mount Everest may not be visible from the base camp, the fantastic views of snow-capped mountains and the breathtaking scenery of the Khumbu Icefall make the journey unforgettable. After spending some time at Everest Base Camp, return to the Gorak Shep teahouse for an overnight stay.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 11
Gorakshep to Kalapatthar (5550 m) -2 hours and back to Pheriche -5 to 6 hours walking.

Today marks the most significant day of the entire trip as we embark on the trek to Kalapatthar (5550 m) after starting the day with a cup of tea at the teahouse. The trail ascends steeply for the first 20 minutes from the lodge, reaching a plateau. Subsequently, the trail continues its steep climb to Kalapathar, also known as the “black rock,” offering breathtaking views of a multitude of peaks overlooking the Khumbu Glacier.

Most trekkers choose to ascend Kalapathar in the early morning to enjoy optimal weather and capture stunning photographs. However, sunset is considered the best time for photographing Everest and other mountains, bathed in golden hues. Ensure you are equipped with warm clothes, a headlamp, and a water bottle, as temperatures drop sharply after sunset.

From the summit of Kalapatthar, you’ll have a panoramic view of Everest Base Camp situated on the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. Kalapatthar provides expansive views of mountains such as Mount Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbutse, Changtse, Nuptse, and, of course, Everest. After complete the Everest Base Camp Trek, return to Gorak Shep, walk to Thukla, and then descend to Pheriche for an overnight stay.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 12
From Pheriche to Namche Bazaar - 7-8 hours of walking

After breakfast, we descend to Tengboche, retracing our previous route. At the village’s end, we cross the Lobuche Khola and ascend the hill adorned with a Buddhist prayer flag and a cairn. Locals offer stones to the deity for a safe journey to the destination at this site. The slightly descending trail intersects with the Dingboche trail, continuing through Somare, Pangboche, and Dibuche, eventually reaching Tengboche. In the high season, encounters with many hikers, porters, and yak caravans are common, sometimes requiring brief waits to pass the bridge.

While passing yaks and mules along the path, it’s essential to pause at the corner. Having spent the night in Tengboche, you can explore areas you might have missed last time. Tengboche, with its stunning scenery featuring Ama Dablam, Everest, Mount Lhotse, and Lhotse Shar to the northeast, stands out as the most beautiful place on the mountain.

Embarking on another beautiful day hike to Namche Bazaar, enjoy the breathtaking mountain views before setting off. The trail descends on the western edge of Tengboche, leaving behind the well-decorated gate and old Chorten. After approximately 2 hours of hill walking through the mountain forest, you’ll reach Phuge Thaga. Cross the Dudh Koshi River, ascend through pine, juniper, and rhododendron forests to Sanasa and Kyanjuma, encountering one of the trek’s more challenging sections.

From here, the trail gradually descends, offering picturesque scenery and magnificent mountain views. After about 4 to 5 hours of walking from Tengboche, you’ll arrive at Namche Bazaar. Spend the remaining time strolling through the lavishly landscaped area, and explore cafes, stores, and bars. Overnight stay in Namche Bazaar.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 13
Namche Bazaar to Lukla - 6-7 hours of walking

Today’s journey involves a lengthy walk up to Lukla, but it is not strenuous due to the descent and some flat passages through various Sherpa settlements. Once you leave the village, the trail descends into the forest, providing opportunities to spot Nepal’s national bird, the “Daphe,” and the Himalayan Thar with its long hair. In one to two hours, you descend to the confluence of Bhotekoshi and Dudh Koshi, cross an exciting suspension bridge, walk to Jorsale along the riverbank, and then ascend the hill to reach the Manjo checkpoint.

Throughout the day, you will cross numerous bridges on your way to Lukla. Lunch will be in Phakding, followed by a 2-3 hour hike to Lukla. Our guide will visit the airline office to reconfirm your flight for the next day to Kathmandu or Ramechhap. Spend the night in a teahouse in Lukla.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 14
Flight back to Kathmandu in -25 to 30 minutes.

Most flights from Kathmandu to Lukla and vice versa operate in the morning. Last-minute flights are not recommended due to the unpredictable weather conditions in the high Himalayan mountains. Depending on your flight time, you will walk to Tenzing Hillary Airport. After the experience of flying from Lukla to Kathmandu and collecting your luggage at Kathmandu Airport, we will drive to the hotel. The rest of the day is at your leisure. Enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 15
Transfer to the Kathmandu international airport for the journey home.

On the last day of your Nepal trip, we will provide you with a trekking permit, TIMS card, and a travel thank you card as souvenirs. We value your feedback about the trip, including our teamwork, accommodation, transportation, etc., to enhance and provide first-class services to our future clients. Take the remaining time to buy souvenirs for your family and loved ones.

Our driver will arrive at your hotel three and a half hours before your flight to transport you to the international airport. Board your flight with beautiful memories of the Everest Base Camp Trek, an experience of a lifetime.

Meals included: Breakfast

Cost Included/Excludes

**Cost Inclusions:**
  • Complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off with private transportation.
  • Three nights of accommodation in a three-star hotel in Kathmandu, with twin shared rooms and a breakfast plan.
  • Required documents and trekking permit, including access to Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Local Government Fee, TMS, and Maps.
  • Air ticket from Kathmandu to Lukla and Kathmandu, including airport tax.
  • Trekking equipment such as down jackets, sleeping bags, and duffel bags (if needed).
  • Three daily meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), along with tea and coffee during the trek.
  • Comfortable private accommodation with shared beds in mountain areas, featuring shared bathrooms.
  • English-speaking guide, inclusive of meals, accommodation, transportation, salary, and guide equipment.
  • A trekking map of Everest Base Camp for the entire group.
  • Additional refreshments like cookies and fresh fruit are available during the hike.
  • An assistant guide for groups with more than ten people.
  • First aid kit for travel, including an oximeter for measuring oxygen levels and a pulse machine for high altitudes.
  • Tourist service tax, VAT, government tax, and office service charge.
**Cost Exclusions:**
  • All types of drinks, including mineral water, chocolate, cookies, desserts, phone calls, laundry, and hot showers during the trip.
  • Travel and evacuation insurance for clients.
  • Extra charges in the event of flight cancellations or when chartering a helicopter.
  • Tips for the guide and porter.
  • Meals in Kathmandu, excluding breakfast.
  • Personal expenses, including shopping, souvenirs or gifts, and mountaineering equipment.
  • Porter services (available between 2 people at a time), with a maximum carrying capacity of 20-25 kg.
  • Optional excursions and extended sightseeing tours.
  • International air ticket, airport departure tax, and visa fees.
  • Visa fees upon arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu.
  • Items not mentioned in the included section above.
Essential Information

Food and accommodation

Our team is committed to providing the best facilities during your Everest Base Camp Trek. While in Kathmandu, you will stay in 3-star hotels with bed and breakfast. For the Everest Base Camp Trek, we will book the best tea houses, and the package includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner along the trekking route.

Accommodations during the EBC trek in Nepal are basic, and options are limited, so comfort should not be expected as in city areas. We use simple family accommodations, tea houses, or homestays with pleasant dining rooms and fireplaces, providing a private room with a twin shared bed and bathroom.

The Everest Base Camp trek is renowned as a lodge-to-lodge trek, and while there are luxury lodges in many places, certain locations have more basic accommodations. Staying in typical lodges allows you to experience local culture, traditional houses, and the hospitality of Sherpas, enhancing the overall enjoyment of the trip. In places like Dingboche, Pheriche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep, accommodations may not have private bathrooms.

It is crucial to understand that trekking takes you away from the comforts of home and civilization. Despite the lack of facilities, these lodges offer tranquility, spectacular views, a harmonious family atmosphere, great hospitality, and a glimpse into the daily life of the Himalayan people.

As the Everest Base Camp trek is the most popular teahouse trek, all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) will be provided there. The menu cards offer a variety of food options such as pizza, macaroni, pasta dishes, rice, soup, bread, MoMo, sizzlers, pancakes, etc. In some places like Kathmandu or other cities, you can find a wide range of continuous meals, including Nepalese (Dal Bhat), Indian, Chinese, cereal, American, French, etc.

In most trekking locations, meal options are more limited and may include Dal Bhat (rice, lentil soup, vegetable curry, pickles, papad), noodles, potatoes, bread, eggs, etc. Dal Bhat, a popular Nepali dish, is widely enjoyed as it contains various ingredients and can be efficiently prepared for multiple people, saving fuel and time. By opting for Dal Bhat, you indirectly contribute to environmental conservation. The food is prepared by professional cooks maintaining hygiene, and well-trained servers offer the food with warm hospitality.

The best time for a Trek to Everest Base Camp:

The two optimal seasons for the Everest Base Camp Trek are spring (pre-monsoon) from March to May and autumn (post-monsoon) from late September to November. These periods provide favorable weather conditions and offer the best trekking experience.

Spring, encompassing March, April, and May, presents crystal clear blue skies, breathtaking views, and vibrant landscapes. It is an ideal time to avoid the crowds of trekkers, although temperatures can be freezing (-20°C to -30°C). Heavy snowfall is possible, and trekkers should be prepared with sufficient warm clothing, including microspikes and gaiters.

Autumn begins immediately after the monsoon season, featuring lush vegetation and perfect weather conditions with stunning mountain views. Festivals like Dashain and Tihar add cultural richness to the experience. Hence, autumn (September, October, and November) is widely regarded as the best time for Everest Base Camp trekking. During both autumn and spring, temperatures are moderate, neither too hot nor too cold. Spring, in particular, showcases the blooming of colorful rhododendrons.

While it is possible to undertake the Everest Base Camp trek in January and February, offering clear skies and fewer crowds, the weather is extremely cold, ranging from -20°C to -30°C. There is a possibility of heavy snowfall, leading to potential weather delays. Trekkers should be well-prepared with ample warm clothing, including microspikes and gaiters.

Trek Guide and staff arrangements for Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek takes you through the highest trekking route in the world, and having an experienced local guide accompanying you can greatly enrich your trip. Safety is paramount, and trekking with someone who knows the mountains well ensures a secure and enjoyable experience.

When you book an Everest Base Camp trek with us, we carefully match you with one of our local guides. Our guides possess over seven years of experience and extensive knowledge of the areas you will be exploring. They have completed the trekking guide course and hold the necessary state license to work as mountain guides. Proficient in English, they have also received training in wilderness first aid and crisis management.

The hike is led by a guide or hike leader, with one assistant guide for every four hikers. Additionally, one porter is assigned to carry the luggage of two clients. It’s important to keep individual luggage under 15 kg, as each porter can carry up to 30 kg.

We prioritize the ethical treatment of our employees. All guides and porters are equipped with proper gear and clothing to withstand the harsh mountain weather conditions. Before embarking on a trek, we ensure our guides are fully insured. We believe in fair wages and respectful treatment for our team members.

Adhering strictly to IPPG (International Porters Protection Group) guidelines, we support porters in developing their skills and aim to create a positive and sustainable trekking environment.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any further questions or need additional information!

Travel and Health Insurance

For the Everest Base Camp Trek, it is essential to have a comprehensive travel insurance policy that covers all activities and altitudes outlined in your itinerary. The highest altitude reached during the trek is 5,550 meters, and your insurance should provide adequate coverage up to this altitude.

While your safety is our top priority, unforeseen mishaps and emergencies can still occur at high altitudes. The reduced oxygen levels in the environment may lead to acute altitude sickness, which can be life-threatening if not addressed promptly. Additionally, trekking in mountainous terrain exposes you to the risk of physical injuries. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that your insurance policy covers the costs associated with injuries and emergencies that may arise during the trip.

Specifically, your insurance policy should encompass expenses related to helicopter evacuation and hospitalization in the event of an accident or medical emergency. These services can be costly, and having coverage ensures you receive necessary care. Check for vaccination requirements, as some travel insurance policies may necessitate specific vaccinations before departure. It is crucial to carefully read the fine print of the policy and choose a company that provides coverage for canceling domestic and international flights, as well as for lost or stolen baggage.

Ensuring comprehensive coverage in your travel insurance will contribute to a secure and worry-free trekking experience. If you have any further questions or require additional information, feel free to ask.

Distance of Everest base camp and daily trekking hours:

The total distance covered in the Everest Base Camp trek is approximately 130 km or 81 miles. The journey begins in Lukla, goes up to Everest Base Camp, and then returns to Lukla. The one-way distance from Lukla to Everest Base Camp is approximately 65 km. The entire Everest Base Camp trek takes 14 days, starting from Kathmandu, or 11 days if commencing from Lukla.

Typically, the daily walking duration on the Everest Base Camp Trek is around 5 to 6 hours, excluding the day from Gorak Shep to EBC and Kalapatthar. The trek usually starts at around 7 AM after having breakfast at the same teahouse where trekkers spend the night. The trail traverses Sherpa settlements, passes by Mane’s Buddhist walls and monasteries, providing opportunities to appreciate the natural beauty and mountain vistas. After a hike of two and a half to three hours, there is a lunch break offering various dishes from the menus. The trek then continues for another 2 to 3 hours until reaching the day’s destination.

Drinking water on the EBC trek:

There are various options for obtaining drinking water during the Everest Base Camp trek, and the choice depends on individual preferences and availability. At tea houses along the route, you can get boiled and filtered water, purchase bottled mineral water, or treat the water yourself. However, it’s important to note that the Kumbu local government banned bottled mineral water from January 2020 to reduce pollution. Therefore, buying boiled water and treating water yourself are the available alternatives.

The cost of boiled drinking water tends to increase with altitude. On average, prices range from 50 to 150 NPR from Lukla to Namche Bazaar and rise thereafter. To minimize costs during the Everest Base Camp trek, using a water purification device like Steripen (Iodine/Chlorine/Filter/UV) to treat raw tap water is a recommended option.

The difficulty level of the Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek is categorized as moderate to strenuous in terms of difficulty. The majority of the trek involves a gradual uphill ascent, navigating through alpine forests and mountain trails with breathtaking views. While trekking, there are opportunities to rest and enjoy the scenery. However, certain sections of the trail include steep climbs, contributing to the overall challenge of the trek.

The third day, from Phakding to Namche, is particularly demanding, featuring a rapid ascent from the confluence of Bhote Koshi and Dudh Koshi rivers to the picturesque Namche Bazaar. Additionally, the section from Punge Thagna to Tengboche on the next day poses challenges due to its ascent. The eighth day, from Dingboche to Lobuche at Thukla Tea House, involves a strenuous climb to the top of Thukla Pass, representing the most challenging part of the trek. Finally, the ascent to the renowned viewpoint of Kalapatthar is another demanding segment of the journey. The difficulty of reaching Everest Base Camp is contingent upon the individual trekker’s fitness level and the prevailing weather conditions on the given day.

Permits and procedures for Everest Base Camp trek:

  1. Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Local Government Fee
  2. TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) cards – Not mandatory, but recommended, especially if you have a guide and porters, as they provide insurance coverage for a small fee.
  3. Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit

These permits can be obtained in advance by sending the full names of the trekking members, as per their passports, or a copy with a photo via email. Additionally, it’s essential to specify the start date of the trek.

Wi-Fi services, telephone, and power to recharge the batteries

Nepal is swiftly adapting to modern connectivity trends, making it increasingly connected like the rest of the world. While these services may be less visible in more remote areas, it is still possible to stay connected even in some of the world’s highest places. Telephone services and cell phone connections are now accessible throughout Nepal, and Wi-Fi and phone services are available in most locations within the Everest Region. Many tea houses in the region also provide electricity, and in cases where it’s not available, there are often solar panels where camera batteries can be charged. It’s advisable to consider purchasing an extra battery and a solar charger as a backup.

Safety on the Everest Base Camp Trekking:

The Everest Base Camp Trail takes you through the stunning landscapes of Sagarmatha National Park, encompassing jungles, mountain ridges, suspension bridges over roaring rivers, charming settlements, rocky paths, serene lakes, and glacial terrain. The journey involves encounters with numerous fellow trekkers, porters, yaks, and mule caravans navigating narrow paths along cliffs. It is crucial to exercise caution and keep a safe distance when crossing paths with these groups to avoid potential accidents. Additionally, it is advisable not to carry valuable items and jewelry on the trek to ensure the safety of essentials such as money, passports, cameras, and other belongings.

Keep the things in Kathmandu that you do not need during the trek:

To enhance your trekking experience and travel light, it is recommended to store unnecessary items in Kathmandu during the Everest Base Camp trek. You can keep these belongings in our office or your hotel. When storing items at your hotel, remember to obtain a bag tag, keeping it safe until you return to claim your bag after the trek.

Accommodations during your stay in Kathmandu will be in 3-star hotels, providing bed and breakfast. For the Everest Base Camp trek, you’ll stay in tea houses, which are basic yet cozy accommodations. These tea houses offer a glimpse into the local culture, traditional houses, and the warm hospitality of Sherpas. Keep in mind that facilities are basic, and comfort may differ from city areas. The package includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the trekking route.

The Everest Base Camp trek is renowned as a lodge-to-lodge journey, with luxury lodges available in many locations. Accommodations may include shared facilities, and certain places like Dingboche, Pheriche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep may not have private bathrooms.

While trekking takes you away from the comforts of home, these lodges provide a serene atmosphere, spectacular views, and an insight into the daily life of the Himalayan people. Meals will be taken at tea houses, offering a diverse menu, including items like pizza, macaroni, pasta, rice, soup, bread, MoMo, sizzler, pancakes, etc. Dal Bhat, a Nepali dish, is a popular choice, featuring rice, lentil soup, vegetable curry, pickles, and papad. It’s not only delicious but also eco-friendly, contributing to the conservation of resources. The food is prepared by skilled cooks maintaining hygiene, and the courteous staff serves meals with warm hospitality.

Packing List for Everest Base Camp trek:

Trekking equipment plays a crucial role in ensuring a successful and comfortable Everest Base Camp trek. It’s essential to check and prepare your gear based on the Everest Base Camp equipment list before departing. You can find most of the necessary trekking equipment at trekking stores in Kathmandu, particularly in the Thamel area. This includes items such as proper clothing, footwear, backpacks, sleeping bags, and other essentials. Investing in good-quality equipment will enhance your overall trekking experience and help you better cope with the challenging conditions of the trek.

Local religious beliefs and respect during the Everest Base Camp trek:

The Sherpa people are the predominant ethnic group in the Everest region and are globally recognized for their involvement in mountaineering activities. The majority of the population in this area follows Buddhism, and as you trek through the villages, you will encounter numerous religious monuments such as mane walls, monasteries, Chortens, and prayer posts on the way to Everest Base Camp.

It’s important to be respectful of the local customs and religious practices. When passing these religious monuments, it’s customary to walk clockwise. Additionally, seeking permission before taking photographs is a courteous practice. From an ethical standpoint, it’s advisable to be mindful of attire, especially during religious rituals. Nepali women often wear long dresses, and wearing non-offensive clothing is respectful when walking through villages.

When entering personal houses, temples, or monasteries, it’s customary to remove shoes and sandals as a sign of respect.

FAQS (Frequently Asked Questions)

The 15-day journey to Everest Base Camp is equally challenging and rewarding. It is a physically demanding trek that requires advanced preparation to make your trip successful. Beginner trekkers in good physical condition will complete the EBC treks efficiently.

The fastest way is a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airport. From Lukla, it is a few days’ walk to Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital of the Everest region. Here you will need at least a day to get used to the altitude and then five to seven days to trek to base camp.

Alternatively, you can start the trek from Jiri or take a flight or jeep to Salleri from Kathmandu; this way, you will start the trek much lower, making you fitter and better acclimatized.

Everest Base Camp usually requires 12 to 14 days, and the cost ranges from $1300 to $1600 per person, depending on the minimum group size of two. It is cheaper if the group is more significant. It includes airfare, travel permits, guides, porters, meals, and lodging. The cost depends on the group size and the tour type.

The answer is “no”; you cannot see Everest from the base camp: other incredibly high peaks block the view. To see Everest, you must hike to Kalapatthar at 5,545 meters. You will have a magnificent view of Mount Everest and other highest mountains from there. Other option is the Gokyo Ri trek for the best view of Everest.

Most teahouses offer Wi-Fi services. If you want to use it, the teahouse will provide you with data for an extra fee But do not buy too much data at once. The data is valid for a particular place and time. Let us say you buy data in Namche. It is valid only for specific areas; other areas are not covered. The best option is to buy Nepalese SIM cards. It has reception even in Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar. For data, you can top up your credit according to your data needs and use the internet. To buy SIM cards, you must carry a PP, two photos, and a copy of your passport.

You will have enough acclimatization days on this trip to reach Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar. Therefore, when you take two rest days in Namche and Dingboche, your body will already acclimate to this environment. According to our previous guest, most hikers completed the treks without obstacles. We wish you all to reach the base camp without any challenges. If we need oxygen, we can get it from the teahouse. Most teahouses have an oxygen bottle. For this, you must pay the cost yourself.

It is an important question. Regarding the drinking water on the EBC Trek, you can buy a bottle of mineral water at any tea house and grocery store throughout the trip. However, because of environmental concerns, it would be better to purify the water with any purifier. You can have raw water in any tea house and filter it. Nevertheless, you can also buy water if you want.

The weight limit for the flight to Lukla is only 10 kg of luggage + 5 kg of hand luggage, which is 15 kg per person. Therefore, try to control the weight of the luggage accordingly. Otherwise, you will be charged extra over the limit. You can drop off an extra bag at our office or the hotel. Traveling light is the best way to explore.

There is no direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla during the high tourist season. You must drive 132 km from Kathmandu to Manthali Airport in Ramechhap and fly to Lukla in 15 to 20 minutes. It would be helpful if you leave early, around 3 am. For this, your trek guide will arrive at your hotel at 3:00 am and start walking. So please be ready before 3:00 am. You will drive from Kathmandu to Manthali Airport in Ramechhap, it takes about 4 to 5 hours, and then fly to Lukla. All local transportation from Kathmandu to Ramechhap to Kathmandu is included in this price. Still, a private vehicle will cost extra if you want a more comfortable journey.

On our Everest Base Camp Trek, the teahouses we use have western toilets. The rooms in the luxury lodges and teahouses at lower elevations have an attached bathroom and hot water shower. Facilities may be somewhat basic at higher elevations, and you may have to share a bathroom with other travelers. In extreme cold, the water in the sink may freeze, and you may need to use an Asian toilet outside. Always carry toilet paper rolls with you. Taking enough toilet paper rolls and hand sanitizer for the trip is best.

No, there are no ATMs everywhere in the Everest region. ATMs are only available in Lukla and Namche Bazaar. Therefore, take enough cash for the trek. Only Nepalese currency is valid, and the tea houses do not accept card or dollar transactions.

You must be reasonably fit mentally and physically. People of all ages with good physical fitness and commitment can trek. Ensure you get a good workout a month before trekking by stretching your legs and keeping fit. You are best suited for the Everest trek if you are an athlete, regular gym goer, or jogger.

The altitude of Everest Base Camp starts at 2860 meters at Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla and ends at 5545 meters in Kala Patthar.

Our Happy Clients

 Paul Dresdner

Paul Dresdner

I was part of 8 German people who wanted to trek to Everest Base Camp. Mr. Kishor booked our trip at Nepal Tour and Trekking Service P. Ltd. Their service was exceptional. They shared the plan every day. It gave us added comfort that we knew what to expect, from what to carry in our daypacks to how much water to carry to the weather forecast.Jeevan, the leading guide, was exceptional and showed that he cared about the safety and courtesy of all participants. His crew of 3 assistant guides and four porters was also fantastic and hardworking. I would recommend Mr. Kishor, Jeevan, and other members. Thank you, guys. See you next time.

Emilia Klein

Emilia Klein

After reading the Tripadvisor and Google reviews, my wife and I went to the Everest Base Camp trek and booked a trip with Mr. Kirshor and Kul. We were fortunate, as the service was excellent from start to finish. Mr. Kishor picked us up at the airport with his team, took us to the hotel, and gave us a briefing that evening before we left for trekking. His leading guide was excellent with his other team. Each evening and morning, our guide explained what we would be doing. The porters were also excellent, strong, and very friendly. We had a fantastic trip. We had no problem recommending Kishor and his company. It was an extraordinary service.

Emma Müller

Emma Müller

In April 2018, I embarked on a 12-day Everest Base Camp Trek organized by Nepal Tour and Trekking Service P. Ltd. With a group of over 12 members, meticulous planning for accommodation, food, and equipment was crucial. I reached out to Mr. Kishor Nepal early on, who efficiently crafted a perfect itinerary. The trip, from our arrival in Kathmandu to the trek's end, was seamlessly executed, thanks to excellent guides and porters. Despite the large group, Mr. Kishor managed everything effortlessly, ensuring all trekkers, myself included, reached base camp. Accommodation and food were well-organized, and the reasonable trek cost makes me highly recommend the company for future trips. Kudos to Mr. Kishor and the team.

Ben Wagner

Ben Wagner

After two years of planning, I finally did the Everest Base Camp trek. Fortunately, I talked to the Nepal Tour and Trekking Service P. Ltd team, exchanged many emails, and kept asking questions. Kishor was swift and friendly. He shared the details of the itinerary. He was a perfect companion for preparing the trip details. Considering the service and the guide, the price was affordable. When I arrived in Kathmandu, Kishor welcomed me, took me to the hotel, and immediately had a pre-trip meeting with the guide, and the next day headed to the mountains and wonderful experienced without any problems. I thank them from the bottom of my heart and highly recommend them to anyone.

Lina Richter

Lina Richter

We had the best trek of our lives. I want to thank Kishor for organizing a Everest Base Camp Trek. The guide he provided, Rakesh, was perfect for this trip. With his encouragement and support, we completed this trek in 14 days, reached base camp, and climbed Kala Pattar. Everything was well planned, from flights to lodging and meals. We were also fortunate to have an honest and hardworking porter. Thank you, Mr. Jagat, for being humble on the mountain. Furthermore, the best part was that Kishor kept updating our status and location throughout the trek. It was my best experience in Nepal. I highly recommend Kishor and his company for adventures in the Nepalese Himalayas.

Robert D. Kirk

Robert D. Kirk

After several emails with Kul and Kishor, we booked our Everest Base Camp trek and Kathmandu City tour. Not only did they respond promptly with honest answers, but they also offered us a reasonable price for our Nepal Trip with a guide and porter. We were lucky that the flight to Lukla was not canceled or delayed and was the first flight, Kathmandu -Lukla -Kathmandu. Our guide was always sincere in his work. Great care in accommodation and food. We climbed Kalapatthar and had a great view of Mount Everest. Comparing service, price, and information, It is a highly recommended agency for Everest base camp. We will use this agency in the future too.

Peppin Bilodeau

Peppin Bilodeau

We complete our Everest Base Camp Trek easily with the help of Mr. Kishor. They are the best organizer and an excellent team of professionals. The 14-day trek was one of the highlighted trips of our lifetime. Communication with Kishor, the General Manager of the Agency, was Amazing. He replies to our emails on time and confirms our trip dates and logistics professionally and expertly. When we arrived in Nepal, everything went smoothly: airport transfers, excellent nighttime accommodations, and domestic flights to and from Lukla. During the trek, our guide Sukra was knowledgeable and helpful and accommodated us.