Everest Base Camp Trek with Guide

16 Days Everest Trekking

meal included

1250 USD


  • Dates: Daily
  • Best Season: March/April/ September/October
  • Duration: 16 Days
  • Trekking Days: 13 Days
  • Grade: Hard
  • Commences At: Lukla
  • Ends At: Everest Base Camp
  • Code: NPE

Everest Trekking 16 days

Highlights of the trek?

1.Two way Kathmandu -Lukla- kathmandu flight 2. arrival departure service 3. Accomodation in Kathmandu for 2 nights. 4. Accomodation with B, L & D with hot beverage during trek 5. English speaking trekking guide 6. all the required trekking permits .

The Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal is considered a must-do trek for several reasons, attracting adventurers and nature enthusiasts from around the world. Here are some key factors that make it a popular and unforgettable trekking experience:

  1. Stunning Scenery: The trek offers breathtaking views of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many others. The Himalayan landscapes, glaciers, and deep valleys create a picturesque backdrop throughout the journey.

  2. Cultural Experience: Trekking to Everest Base Camp provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich Sherpa culture. You'll encounter traditional villages, monasteries, and friendly locals along the way. The hospitality of the Sherpa people adds a unique cultural dimension to the trek.

  3. Challenging Adventure: The trek is physically demanding, adding an element of challenge and adventure. Hiking through varied terrains, crossing suspension bridges, and gaining altitude contribute to a sense of accomplishment upon reaching Everest Base Camp.

  4. World's Highest Peak: Standing at 8,848 meters (29,029 feet), Mount Everest is an iconic symbol of human achievement. Reaching the base camp allows trekkers to get as close as possible to this majestic peak without actually attempting a climb, making it a bucket-list experience for many.

  5. Tea Houses and Local Cuisine: The trekking route is dotted with tea houses, providing basic accommodation and meals. This allows trekkers to experience local hospitality and savor traditional Sherpa cuisine, such as dal bhat (lentils and rice) and momos (dumplings).

  6. Unique Flora and Fauna: The Sagarmatha National Park, through which the Everest Base Camp trek passes, is home to diverse flora and fauna. You may encounter unique wildlife, including Himalayan thars, pheasants, and if you're lucky, the elusive snow leopard.

  7. Everest Base Camp Itself: Standing at the base of the world's highest mountain is a momentous experience. The atmosphere at Everest Base Camp is charged with excitement and a sense of accomplishment. Trekkers often get a glimpse of mountaineers preparing for their ascent, adding to the overall adventure.

  8. Fellow Trekkers and Camaraderie: The trek attracts people from various backgrounds and nationalities, creating a sense of camaraderie among fellow trekkers. Sharing the challenges and beauty of the journey with like-minded individuals can enhance the overall experience.

  9. Personal Growth: The Everest Base Camp trek is not just physically challenging but also mentally and emotionally rewarding. It often becomes a transformative journey, pushing individuals to overcome their limits and gain a new perspective on life. There are very few people who do not get nervous about Everest. It is because this trek is beyond most trekker’s comfort zone for altitude factors (maximum height 5545 m at kalapathar)

  10. Scenic Flight to Lukla: The adventure begins with a thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, one of the world's most dangerous airports. The short and scenic flight sets the tone for the trekking adventure.

While the Everest Base Camp trek requires preparation and a reasonable level of fitness, the combination of natural beauty, cultural richness, and personal achievement makes it a must-do trekking experience for many outdoor enthusiasts.

 This exciting trek begins with a sort scenic flight to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region. There is also an alternative route by road. It takes 6 hours by jeep/bus from kathmandu to Salleri and start trekking to Namche Bazaar via Nuntala pass. Tenboce, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakhshep and EBC is the usual trail. Everest trekking can be made more exciting and rewardin by extending it to kalapathar, Dzonla pass, Gokyo lake and Renjo la pass. It is now popularly known as Everest three passes trek.

Note: Before naming it Mount Everest in 1865 AD,  this highest mountain in the world is called chomolungma, meaning godess mother of the world. In 1956 AD, the mountain got named in Nepali language by Sagarmatha, meaning the godess of the sky.


My friend and I did a 15 day trek to Everest Base Camp and through 2 of the 3 high passes. Bikash Maharjan was our guide. He was very knowledgable and ...

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