|Accomodation||Hotel/Lodge/ Tea House during the trek|
|Distance||lukla-EBC-Lukla (130km / 80miles)|
|Start / End point||Kathmandu / Kathmandu|
|Max. Altitude||5,555m at Kalapatthar|
|Meals Included||All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek|
|Nature of Trek||Lodge to Lodge Trekking|
|Best Season||Feb, Mar, Apri, May, June, Sep, Oct, Nov & Dec|
|Activity Per Day||Approximately 4-6 hrs walking|
|Transportation||Domestic flight (Ktm-Lukla-Ktm) and Pick up & Drop off by PrivateTransportation (Hotel-Airport-Hotel)|
About the Trip
Ever dream of trekking to the world’s highest peak? The alluring Himalayas in Nepal is a sight to behold. Weaving through the Mahalangur Himalaya range, hiking up to the Everest Base Camp is the most rewarding ultimate adventurous epic journey for intrepid trekkers for a life-changing experience. The world's highest peak is remunerated with Thrilling heights, breathtaking scenery, challenging landscapes—the world’s best trekking trail not to mention diverse flora and fauna, frozen lakes, and beautiful mountain vistas, suspension bridges spanning chasms of thin air, Buddhist monasteries, unrefined Sherpa culture. With both astonishing views and marvelous adventures, this trek is an opportunity for the roof of the world. Once you taste the cold breeze of Everest, you'll remain nostalgic about it your entire life. Imagine you're surrounded by the world's highest peaks around you and everything seems so pure and heavenly, that's what Everest base camp is!
- Sherpa culture, lifestyles and monasteries
- Beauty of the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest (8,848m)
- Other peaks Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Makalu (8,463m) and Cho Yu (8,201m)
- Wide range of Flora and Fauna
- Stunning Khumbu Glacier
- Wildlife like snow leopards, musk deer and Himalayan Monal
- Panoramic view from Kala Pathar (5,555m)
- World’s highest airport in Syanboche
- The ancient monastery in Tengboche
- Airport arrival and departure transfer to/from Hotel by private transportation.
- Provide pulse oximeter for blood oxygen saturation level monitor to high altitude. It is an important indicator to recognize early signs of impending altitude sickness and other potential health risks.
- Medical Kit.
- Arrangement of sleeping bags and down jackets if you do not have your own.
One of the most popular treks, the Everest Base Camp is a remarkable creation of mother nature. Mt Everest has traditionally been the ultimate goal for mountaineers for some time now. This unique trek passes through the Kumbu Region (Sherpa Villages), where trekkers acclimatize and admire the lifestyle and the warm hospitality of the local people. Besides Mt. Everest(29,029 ft/ 8,848.68m), other tall peaks of the world are clearly visible and are a sight not to miss like Lhotse ( 8,516 m/27,940 ft), Nuptse (7,861 m/25,791 ft), Makalu (8,485 meters/27,838 ft), Cho Oyu (26,867 feet/8,189 m)), Ama Dablam (6,812 m/22,349 ft), Thamserku 6,608 m /21,680 ft, Island Peak (6,189 m/20,305 ft), Mera Peak (6,476 m/21,247 ft), Lobuche (4,940 meters/16,210 ft) . The biodiversity is very rich at the Sagarmatha National Park (world heritage site).
The journey to the EBC trek begins with 40 minutes mountain flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. We’ll begin our trek into the village of Phakding ( 2650 m/ 8562 ft ) to Namche Bazaar (3,440m); the Sherpa capital of Nepal or also known as the gateway to Everest Base Camp. Along the way, we’ll pass by exciting things and places like Thaktul Monastery (2,860 me/9,383 ft), Hillary suspension bridge, and a trail full of huge carved stones which is actually called Mane & Chortens in the Sherpa dialect which is there for good blessings and well wishes for locals and travelers: it is said that one should always choose to walk the clockwise direction for good charm while crossing those carved stones as per religious practice. Wandering around this small town, we will experience the beautiful scenery and the lifestyle of the locals. Although we’ll pass by amazing places like Syangboche Airport (Nepal’s Highest altitude Airport), Khumbu Monastery, Yak Farm, Hillary School, Khumbu Monastery (Famous for Yeti Scalp), and so on, our itinerary of 10 days demands timely accent so from Namche Bazaar, the trail goes up to Tengboche, where we’ll come across an ancient Buddhist monastery called Tengboche Monastery a.k.a incense Monastery as Monks and locals practice prayers and meditation. Further, continuing our trek to Dingboche at an elevation of 4,410 meters/14,470 ft, breathtaking peaks and amazing landscape awaits us. Surprisingly, Dingboche is a mountain valley surrounded by ChhuKung Ri (5,550 m /18,209 ft), Imja Lake (5,004 m/16,417 ft), Rivers, and the way to Island peak but still is quite a warm place to stay relatively.
As you’re slowly nearing your destination, the altitude and the challenges increase as trails to EBC is quite unique. The efforts and dedication make this trek worth the time. The journey further continues to Lobuche given the spectacular views over the Himalayas. We finally reach the Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft), the nearest you could ever be to Mt. Everest (8,848m/29,028ft) and back to Gorak Shep (5,185m). The next day we hike to Kala Patthar viewpoint (5,550m/18,208ft) where we can witness the sunrise on Mt. Everest and also view the Khumbu glacier. Every moment of the trek is worth the dedication and the challenges that have to be faced. The sense of achievement of facing the world’s highest mountain cannot be compared to any other feeling. It definitely encourages you to face any upcoming challenges in your life and pushes you to be a better person and make the world a better place. We trek back to Gorak Shep then to Pheriche 4,371 m/14,341 ft. In between, we’ll see a tribute memorial park where we can see a hill covered with stones and stupas with a tribute to late legends who came to the Khumbu region to conquer their dream peaks representing their Country and we descend down to Namche Bazaar following the route to Lukla. Finally, we’d take the domestic flight back to Kathmandu with a smile on our faces.
The walk through the Himalayas is a stunning journey from start to ending and allows you to not only be able to see the incredible scenery of the highest mountains in the world but also to experience the lifestyle of the Native Sherpa people. No matter the case, your journey to the Everest Base Camp Trek will be full of challenges, excitement, and beauty. 10 days trek is challenging as there is no acclimatization, so clients should look at our variety of Everest Packages.
After almost a year of the ban on travel and tourism, Nepal is welcoming travelers, trekkers, and mountain climbers from all over the world to pursue their dreams in Nepal this New Year 2021. Here’s how we’re at Discovery World Trekking working with the Government of Nepal following all safety guidelines to make our valuable client’s trip to Nepal as comfy & safe as possible. Check out how we’re operating treks/expedition after pandemic with all necessary safety required.
It is a very important notice to all our clients who are booking Everest base camp trek to inform you that it's a very challenging journey to complete in 10 days due to various reason like weather, climates and with that's said you also must be physically fit to complete it in 10 days as EBC itself is very challenging and it becomes to when it's needed to be completed in 10 days. Discovery World Trekking would also like to recommend all our valuable clients that they should arrive in Kathmandu a day earlier in the afternoon before the day we departed and start our Everest Base Camp Trek the next day, To make sure that you’ll attend our Official Briefing as an important Pre-meeting. The reason we do so is we want to make sure that you get proper mental guidance and necessary information just to have a recheck of equipment and goods for the journey to make sure you haven't forgotten anything and if forgotten, then make sure that you are provided with those things ASAP on that very day. This pre-meeting will give a clear idea about the necessary types of equipment and the challenges you may face in the trek which will be a kind of motivational seminar for you to be prepared and excited about the trek. Similarly, it is best to have at least 1 or 2 days extra because the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla or from Lukla to Kathmandu might be canceled or delayed due to bad weather and that might make you miss your international flight back home.
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Day to Day Itinerary
- day 1
Flight from Kathmandu (1,400 m / 4,593 ft) to Lukla (2,850m/9,350 ft) Trek to Phakding ( 2650 m/ 8562 ft )
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 6.2km/3.8 miles Flight Hours 40 minutes Highest Altitude 2,850m/9,350 ft Trek Duration 3 hours
After a proper meal of breakfast, we will head to the Tribhuvan International Airport for the 40 minutes scenic flight to Tenzing and Hillary Airport at Lukla (2,804m). We will begin our journey towards Everest Base Camp through the prosperous village of Lukla by following the trail of the Dudh Koshi River until we reach Phakding. To acclimatize, today will just be a short hike day. For the rest of the day, we can discuss the schedule of the next day's trek, relax at the lodge with the melody & peace of nature. Then we still stay. In this way, our first day of the journey will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at “Khumbu Travel Lodge” room with attached bathroom.
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 2
Trek from Phakding ( 2,650 m/ 8,562 ft ) to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285 ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 7.4 km/4.6 miles Highest Altitude 3,440m/11,285 ft Trek Duration 6 hours
We will be following the banks of Dudh Koshi river on the second day of our Everest trek, crossing the exciting river via the suspension bridges. We will be crossing one of the famous bridges, the Hillary Suspension Bridge. We will be arriving at the Sagarmatha National Park where our permits will be registered to continue our trek further. Moving ahead, the trail becomes challenging in the steep climb through the dense forest, finally arriving at Namche Bazaar. This Sherpa town or the gateway to "Everest Base Camp", has many quality restaurants, hotels, shops. In this way, our second of the EBC trek will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at "Sakura Guest House” room with attached bathroom.
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 3
Trek from Namche (3,440m/11,285 ft) to Tengboche (3,855m/12,850ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 9.2 km/5.7 miles Highest Altitude 3,855m/12,850ft Trek Duration 5 hours
The trek continues as the elevation slowly increases. During a clear sky, magnificent views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam can be seen. It is absolutely stunning. The trail leads us to a pine forest where local wildlife may be spotted such as musk deer or a herd of Himalayan Thar. We will be passing through the pine forests and then be crossing the prayer flags, decorated over the bridge of the Dudh Koshi river. We arrive at the ancient Tengboche monastery which has a 20 feet sculpture of Budhha. After a victorious day's 3rd trek towards the base camp of Mt Everest, you'll definitely be more excited for the next day!
- Overnight at “Paradise lodge."
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 4
Trek from Tengboche (3,855m/12,850ft) to Dingboche (4,360m/14,290ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 12 km/7.45miles Highest Altitude 4,360m/14,290ft) Trek Duration 4,360m/14,290ft
The uphill trek continues as we head to Pangboche. On the trek, we will cross through many chortens and mane walls and small villages. We will get a spectacular close up of the peak Mt Ama Dablam. We will be entering the Imja valley accompanying the Lobuche river than climbing a steep trail eventually reaching Dingboche. We'll also cross through many meadows and forests. After finally arriving at Dingboche, we get an attractive view of the Ama Dablam peak (6,812m) and Mt. Lhotse (8,516m). We shall spend overnight at this traditional Sherpa village of Dingboche at a lodge. In this way, our 4th day of the Everest Base Camp trek will be thriving & we'll be ready for the Subsequent Day!
- Overnight at “Hotel Good Luck”
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 5
Trek from Dingboche (4,360m/14,290ft) to Lobuche (4,930m/16,175 ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 8.5 km/5.2 miles Highest Altitude 4,930m/16,175 ft Trek Duration 5 hours
The endeavor to Lobuche will indeed be a rewarding one as it will be filled with beautiful mountain views. The trail continues along the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and a small collection of lodges. The trek becomes more challenging as we reach a higher elevation. We will also pass by stone memorials for climbers who have perished on nearby summits. The hike to Lobuche is pleasant. This large settlement has impressive shops and hotels in marvelous settings. In this way, our 5th of the Everest Base Camp trek will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at “Mother Earth House”
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 6
Trek from Lobuche (4,930m/16,175 ft) to Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft) and back to gorak shep (5,185m/ 17,010 ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 15 km/9.32 miles Highest Altitude 5,364m/17,598ft Trek Duration 6-8 hours
The awaited day is finally here. Today we trek to Everest Base Camp (5,364m), the nearest you could ever be to Mt. Everest without being a climber. We will be trekking through the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier, climbing over steep trails, and finally reaching Gorak Shep. We take a break for lunch and then further continue our trek to the Base Camp of Mt Everest. Once reaching the Everest Base camp, you really appreciate the Everest climbers who bravely stepped the hazardous routes. Then we trek back to Gorak Shep.
In this way, our 6th-day trek to Mt Everest Base Camp will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at “Buddha Lodge”
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 7
Hike to Kala Patthar(5,555m/18,208ft)-viewpoint, trek to Gorak Shep to Pheriche (4,250m/13,945ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 9.6km/6 miles Highest Altitude 5,555m/18,208ft Trek Duration 5 hours
Early morning, we will hike to the famous Kala Patthar viewpoint (5,555m). During our hike, we will be stopping for a while to snap amazing pictures of the viewpoints. After an hour, we will finally reach the viewpoint and we’ll get to see the amazing sunrise view on Mt. Everest and other peaks. After admiration, we will trek back to Gorak Shep then heading downwards to Pheriche; a small beautiful. In this way, our 7th of the Everest Base Camp trek will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at “Himalayan Hotel”
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 8
Trek from Pheriche (4,250m/13,945ft) to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285 ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 14.3 km/8.8 miles Highest Altitude 4,250m/13,945ft Trek Duration 6-7 hrs
Today, we will be trekking down through the hillside blanketed by rhododendron trees. We will stop for lunch after 3-4 hours of trekking. Soon after, we will be crossing the prayer flag festooned bridge over the Dudh Koshi river. As we return through the, we also keep an eye for wildlife such as mountain goats, snow leopards, colorful pheasants, etc. We will finally reach Namche Bazaar where we will relax in the lodge and meet up for dinner. In this way, our 8th of the Everest Base Camp trek will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at "Sakura Guest House” room with attached bathroom.
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 9
Trek from Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,285 ft) to Lukla 2,850 m/9,350 ft)
Itinerary Facts Trek Distance 13.5km/8.3 miles Highest Altitude 3,440m/11,285 ft Trek Duration 6-7 hrs
A long but rewarding trek back to Lukla, from where it all started. We will be trekking down the Dudh Koshi valley, uphill to Lukla from the Kusum stream. The trail becomes steep as we head towards the west. We will reach a small village which will lead us down to the main trail joining at the side stream before Toktok. As we further continue, we will finally reach the large town of Lukla. In this way, our 9th of the Everest Base Camp trek will be successful & we'll be ready for the Next Day!
- Overnight at “Comfort Inn” room with attached bathroom
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner )
- day 10
Fly back to Kathmandu (1,400m / 4,593 ft) from Lukla (2,850m/9,350 ft)
Itinerary Facts Highest Altitude 40 minutes
We take an early morning flight back to Kathmandu if everything goes according to the schedule, reflecting an amazing journey to the Everest Base Camp. Once you reach your hotel, it is entirely up to you what you want to go ahead. If you want, we can arrange a tour of Kathmandu city where you will visit the UNESCO world heritage sites, etc. In this way, our journey of the Everest Base Camp trek will be successful!
- Included standard meals ( Breakfast)
What is Included?
- Domestic Flights (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu) Tickets and airport departure taxes
- Four nights room with attached bathroom at Lukla, Phakding, Namche (2N), five nights at best available room at Tengboche, Dingboche, Louche, Gorakshep and Pheriche (Generally twin Sharing room)- 9 Nights
- All Standard Meals (10 Lunches, 09 Dinners and 10 Breakfasts) during the trek.
- Government License holder English Speaking Discovery World Trekking experienced and qualified trek leader guide and porter to help trekkers luggage. (2 trekkers:1 porter "9 kg per trekker max limit")
- Coverage of Guides and Porters, Their meals, insurance, salary, lodging, transportation, flight and other necessary equipment.
- Water purification tablets for safe drinking water
- Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee
- Khumbu Pashang Lhamu Rural Municipality fees.
- Snacks (cookies) and Seasonal fresh fruits every day
- All government, Local taxes and official Expenses
- Assistance in arranging rescue operation in case of complicated health condition (funded by travel insurance)
- Souvenir - A company's T-shirt & Cap
- Discovery World Trekking’s appreciation of certificate after the successful Trek.
- Farewell Dinner at the end of the trek
What is Excluded?
- International flight airfare
- Nepal Entry Visa Fees for multiple Entries on arrival at Tribhuwan Internationa Airport- (15 days - $25-30, 30 days- $40-50 and 90 days- $100-110)
- Excess baggage charges (Limit is 9kg per Person)
- All Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu, before and after we start our journey
- Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, early return from the trek.
- Personal expense (shopping, snacks, boil bottle water, hot and cold drinks, hot shower, Alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone call, battery re-charge fee), extra porters etc
- Personal clothing and gear
- Travel insurance which has to cover emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation compulsory
- Tips for guide and porters (Recommended by the Culture)
- Additional costs or delays caused by out of management control, for example, landslide, weather condition, itinerary modification due to safety concerns, illness, change of government policies, strikes etc.
- All the costs and expenses which are not listed in "cost includes" will be counted as Excludes
Equipment lists for 10 days Everest Base Camp Trek
It is recommended to carry the basic clothing and accessories needed for the trek. The following belongings are suggested that should be brought, although we understand that our clients have their own preference for clothing, we have listed some useful clothing during the trek. Porters will be carrying the main luggage which should not exceed more than 18kg (one porter will carry two people's luggage, 9 kg for each). Equipment can be bought in Kathmandu at a reasonable price.
Sun hat or scarf
Winter hat or insulating hat or Wide-brimmed hat
Headlight with extra batteries
Sunglass with UV protection
Heavy weight winter gloves
Long sleeved shirt
Hooded rain jacket
Lightweight cotton pants
T- Shirt (bring Light weight wool)
Down jacket (available in rent in Kathmandu)
Waterproof jacket and pants
Thick wool socks (Take an extra pair of thick light socks)
Backpack or daypack (Size depends on whether you take porter or not).
Sleeping bag (-15 bag is best in the high altitude trekking)
Medium size drying towel
Biodegradable bar soap
First aid kit
Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport
Notebook and pen
Covid-19 updates & safety precaution for Everest Base Camp Trek
The Everest base camp, one of the most visited tourist destinations of Asia lies in the Solukhumbu District of Nepal, an adventurous yet thrilling tourist destination. But the question is, is it safe to travel to Everest base camp after the corona pandemic?
The answer is yes, it’s safe to travel Everest Base post-covid-19. EBC is far safer than other destinations of the world in terms of population, corona cases & impact of the pandemic. The nearest city to Everest base camp is Namche Bazar where the population is less than 2000 at 3500 elevations where you’ll be doing social distancing naturally. Furthermore, on the route, you won’t find many people as the long trails go for 10 days long. The route consists of notable places like Lukla, Namche Bazar, Lobuche, Gorak sheep, and so on where the combined population of the Area is roughly 4 thousand. You’ll be completely wandering in the solace of nature along with our crew ( Trek leaders and porters) who will help you along the way. We understand it’s been a hard time for everyone so we have made sure you’ll be surrounded by motivational and inspiring aura throughout the journey,
As per covid-19 safety concerns, here are the following measures we’ve taken to make travel as safe as possible.
- Our guides are well trained with Intensive wilderness First Aid
- Trek leaders and guides have years of trekking experience who can help you if there is any kind of uneasiness and assure happiness & satisfaction is guaranteed.
- We'll have High-quality masks & Gloves with sanitizers for everyday use throughout the journey for the DWT team assisting you.
- Encouragements and motivation will be everyday perks
- Food & Accommodation in mountains will be rechecked for extra hygiene.
The beginning of the journey towards Everest Base Camp
You will arrive in Nepal, Kathmandu at Tribhuvan International Airport as that is the only international airport. An overnight stay in a hotel in Kathmandu is required upon arrival which is not included in the package. Then the next day, in the early morning we will take a domestic flight to Lukla, approximately 40 minutes.
Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu Flights included in package!
Don't Worry, We'll Pick You!
We provide free airport arrival and departure transfer on any flight for the Everest Base Camp Trek package. You will be received from our representative crew from Discovery World Trekking regardless of the flight you take holding a pamphlet of your name and our company name with a warm-hearted welcome with either a khada or a marigold garland and you’ll be escorted to your hotel with all comfort possible.
Accommodation Details During The Trek
10 days long trek includes 9 nights lodge to lodge stay at a mountain where we use the best available lodge and select the best accommodation in Everest. We provide four nights twin sharing room with private attached bathroom at Lukla, Namche (2N), and Phakding, five nights twin sharing accommodation at Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, and Pheriche.
For solo trekker -a single private room with attached bathroom at Lukla, Namche, and Phakding, single private accommodation at Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, and Pheriche.
Two nights of Hotels in Kathmandu before and after the trek is required which is not included in the package. Kathmandu has a wide range of hotels for all budgets and your interest. We prefer your choice.
Hot showers, Wi-Fi will be available at an extra cost in possible places.
Our trek is all over high elevations near the world’s highest peak which means your body needs enough carbohydrate, protein, nutrition as food is fuel for the body to hike on such humongous Himalayan trails. The meal on this trek is very convenient but not as in cities.
There will be 10 Breakfasts, 10 Lunch, and 9 Dinners will be provided in the trek.
Some of the popular menu items are -
Ten Breakfasts - ( Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, French toast with Jam, Butter, Cheese, and Honey Tibetan bread or Chapati Local tsampa porridge, Hashed brown eggs, Varieties of eggs (Omelets) Pancakes Muesli Breads Fruits and Vegetables Hot drinks like varieties of teas and coffees Hot chocolates, etc)
Ten lunch - (Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari (Dal Bhat power 24 hours) Tibetan Bread Various Soups items Sherpa Stew Steaks Sandwiches Momo (dumplings) Macaroni dishes Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles Thukpa Pasta Vegetable curry Potatoes items Vegetable and salad Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snakes (Papad, Prawn) Desserts items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), etc)
Nine dinners -( Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari Tibetan Bread Various Soups items Sherpa Stew Steaks Sandwiches Momo (dumplings) Macaroni dishes Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles Thukpa Pasta Vegetable curry Potatoes items Vegetable and salad Pizza (, Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snacks (Papad, Prawn) Korean Raman Desserts items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), Hard Drinks Steaks, etc.)are available on the menu during the trek.
The best selected from the menu of the lodge which will be fresh, hygienic, tasty, and nutritious. The menu is a combination of traditional local, Asian, and western cuisine almost everywhere but as we go up close, the menu list will be shorted. We highly recommend liquids green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea and garlic soup(must), etc. at high altitude and also the fresh vegetable items for health benefit.
Tho plenty of non-veg items will be available we won’t recommend any of them because the meat in such places is not hygienic and healthy during the trek. We highly encourage to avoid dairy and cheesy items and strongly suggest not to consume Alcoholic drinks, caffeinated items, hot chocolates as experts suggest to avoid such items during such high elevation treks.
All Personal Bills (Alcoholic Drinks, Hot and Cold Drinks) in tea house/ Lodges or in cafe except Standard Meals(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with seasonal fruits) are excluded from Package.
Best Season For Everest Base Camp Trek
The weather is one of the most important factors to look at when deciding to trek to Everest Base camp cause no one is beyond nature. Tho live forecast of Everest base camp can be gain here, it’s yet very hard to predict being 100% sure. People trek 12 months of the year up to Everest base camp trek but certainly, there is ups and downs in every season, It is best suited to trek during the spring and the autumn as the sky is crystal clear from dusk till dawn, the rainy weather stops and thick sun-blocking clouds also fades. The Magic of clear azure skies provides the most spectacular vistas. With added those breathtaking views, the temperature is also exquisite with sunlight being warm and the environment after delving of the sun is not as cold as other months. Tho during the winters and monsoon, it becomes a bit challenging to trek due to heavy snowfall, cold temperature but that’s what excites many trekkers.
January – February
This time is the coldest, especially from early January to early February. This when there is heavy snowfall in the mountain and can result in extreme cold temperatures. Though the daytime may be warm and admirable with clear skies, the night time would be extremely cold but it’s perfectly fine to trek in these months as discovery world trekking make sure of every possible safety during the trek but if you are allergic to extreme cold, you shouldn’t be trekking at these month or else people trek 12 months of the year and leave their footprints around the world’s highest peaks.
Temperatures ranges from 15°C to -15°C.
March – April
This is the one of best times of the season to hike in the Everest Base Camp. The weather is very favorable this month. Stunning views of the Himalaya ranges and glaciers will be seen. March being the beginning of the Spring season, The weather starts to warm up during these months. During these months, all flora and fauna dormant throughout the winter back to life feeding and breeding in the sun-kissed temperatures. Temperatures may start increasing from the mid of March and with clear skies, snow mountains will be seen at their best. Many trekkers often succeed in their expedition at this time.
Around 18 °C. At night, the average minimum temperatures drop down to around -12 °C.
May to June
This is also the perfect time for trekking right before the rainfall. Nepal starts its rainfall from the end of June till mid-August. The season of spring and summer makes the trek much more enjoyable.
Around 25°C. At daylight and it drops down to around -5°C.
July to August
The rainfall hits at its peak during this time, below 3500 meters. Due to heavy rainfall, Flights to Lukla may get canceled at beginning or end of the trek but trekkers are seen in those month too trekking towards everest base camp, it’s challenging but not impossible, if you choose to trek in these months Discovery world trekking will take care of your safety at its fullest as it does in every month but as the way is not that favorable its not highly recommended to trek in these months but The rainfall also provides spectacular views of the waterfall and avoid the crowds like other months.
Around 27°C at daylights to 5°C
September to October
This is also one of the perfect seasons for the EBC Trek. This season is the peak of tourists due to the favorable weather. As the monsoon slowly ends, a perfect trekking climate sets itself. The temperature goes up to 20 degrees in the day time and falls down to 5 degrees during the night time. This season is when trekkers enjoy trekking the most, with a clear sky, and an amazing view of the mountains. It is highly recommended as it’s the best time for the Everest Base Camp trek, usually from mid-September to the end. Tourists in this season are also attracted by the main festival of Nepal; Dashain and Tihar.
Temperature goes up to 20 degrees in the day time and falls down to 5 degrees
November to December
As winter slowly begins, snow falls begin in the Himalayas region and it eventually gets tough to trek. Nights get very colder. November is the busy season people all over the world come at these months as it's the clearest month with sparkling days and amazing views of humongous mountains. The daytime temperatures are very stable and constant and due to this, the view of the clear blue sky and the mountain is phenomenal. From December, the temperature starts to get cold and begins to snow like diamonds in the sky.
Temperature: Temperature goes up to 18 degrees in the day time and falls down to -10 degrees.
The weather in the Himalaya is so unpredictable and the temperature may change quickly from day to night.
Trip Grade: Fitness level, Medical, and Health
Everest Base Camp Trek is a short trek without having rest or acclimatization days during trekking. We spend three nights over 4,000m while hiking up and reach 5,555m at Kalapatthar, the highest point of the trek. Thus, this trek is recommended to previous high-altitude trekking experience trekkers who are in good health condition with normal physical fitness and have a positive attitude, self-confidence, and strong determination. An average hiking per day is 5 to 7 hrs a day, some days require longer waking hours, so you must be reasonably fit and prepared for long days.
Trekking at high altitudes is physically demanding than trekking at the low altitude. This mountain journey is not for the usual visit. The trekking route involves hiking along the rocky mountain, steep ascents, descents, and straightforward. No technical experience and skills are necessary. Trekkers who are able to hike 5 to 6 hours a day at a reasonable pace with a light day pack can take part in this trip. Exercising and jogging regularly for a couple of weeks prior to the trip is a good idea to enhance our stamina. It is very important to make sure you are as healthy as possible before starting the trek. Participants with pre-existing medical conditions such as heart, lung, and blood disease should inform us or consult with physician before booking the trek.
Our trekking leader and guide have extensive first aid training and well -experienced in the Himalaya and use oximeter in trekking to monitor your oxygen level and help in early detection of the symptoms. Our itinerary is designed for altitude sickness prevention, taking your time with regular breaks from time to time, allowing slow ascent, and suggesting to drink plenty of water each and every day. We guarantee your health will be in reliable hands. Your trek leader or guide will suggest precautions. In severe mountain sickness cases, the only cure for it is to descend immediately. Please note that your group leader has the ultimate responsibility to decide or stop your ascent based on your overall condition. It is essential to keep in mind that some are more vulnerable than others.
We organize a group as well as a private trek. The price of group discount is applied with having your own paxes at your group and price will be the same whether group joining or private touring. We are able to lead and handle any size of the participants in a group. There will be a group leader Guide, a porter for every two trekkers, and an assistant guide for a group of 12 or above trekking members.
A typical day on the Everest Base Camp Trek
Every day will be rewarded with a unique experience of trekking, climbing enjoying the scenery, taking photos, and exploring the local villages. During the expedition, we are accompanied by experienced, friendly, and qualified expert Sherpa’s sharing of information and historical facts about the places as we trek. We will also be accompanied by the porters who carry our luggage. However, we will be carrying our small regular day bag pack of necessary items.
The day starts with an early morning hot cup of tea/coffee. After packing our bags and gorging on a wholesome breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk around 7 AM to 8 AM, depending on the duration and nature of the day’s walk. After trekking for three to four hours, lunch will be served around midday on the route to the next destination and we continue after about an hour of rest.
The afternoon walk is generally shorter; about two to three hours. Once we reach our overnight lodge/tea house/tent, we snack on the extra dietary food. We will have free time to explore nearby places.
Dinner is served around 6 PM to 7 PM. After dinner and before going to bed, we indulge in friendly conversations and discuss the experience of that day. The expedition leader/guide will brief us about the next day’s plan. After this briefing, we enjoy onboard games like monopoly, cards, and watch available mountaineering documentaries. Most of the foreigners indulge in light and fun learning of Nepalese language from our crew or read books before heading off to bed for a well-deserved sleep.
Communication on trek
On the Everest Base Camp Trek, the use of internet service will be available at the lodges with some extra service charge. You can contact your family and friends via the lodges, but once we reach high altitudes communication will be through the phone for safety purposes.
We'll communicate with all our valuable clients through our leader at least once a day to make sure you're fine, safe, feel right, and have everything up there. You'll always be connected to Kathmandu's DWT office for any kind of help during the trek. Also, depending on the kind of network you use, there will be a signal but not very strong before the high altitude. At your request, we can provide you with a separate local sim card (Most of the places have wifi service available with an extra cost) for good access to connect.
Normally Wi-Fi works every part of the trek in lodge/lodges which will be provided with an extra cost.
Extra personal expenses on trekking
Discovery World Trekking tries to provide all extra expenses excluded from the package. Meals and accommodations in Kathmandu are up to our clients themselves as all kinds of hotels/lodges (both luxury & budget) can be booked easily online or even we can do it on request. All our valuable clients will have to bring personal spending money with them to cover costs of meals and accommodations in Kathmandu, visa process, travel insurance policy purchase, beverages, snacks for the trek, hot and cold drinks, tips to the trekking crew members, souvenirs, etc. We recommend bringing cash (dollars) which can be changed to rupees here cause during the trek only Nepalese currency is accepted.
Electricity and battery recharge, water on the trek
Throughout the lodges at 10 days-Everest base camp, electricity for the camera and mobile battery recharge is available with an extra cost in all lodges. Most of the lodges have hydroelectricity and some of them have used solar panels. Water during the trek, you can buy either packed mineral water from local lodges and en route shop or filling boiled water at an extra cost. A water purification pill will be provided to make water drinkable.
You shouldn't drink water from the river, tap, well up there cause it might not be drinkable as it seems.
Discovery World Trekking Crews
During the 10 days Everest Base camp trek, you will be accompanied by our local best trained and well-experienced guides/sherpas to make your journey even more comfortable and memorable. All guides are well trained licensed with a prior experience they have spent years trekking / climbing a peak all over the world. Porters will also be assigned to carry your luggage. Two people will be assigned one porter, combined luggage should not exceed more than 18 kgs. We never overload our porters. A proportion of one porter for two members and one assistant guide with 8 members. If required we can also have one porter per person. Our crew members are the local people of high Himalayas remote areas and their physical endurance and heredity nature can live easily and comfortably at high altitudes without being affected. All our staff is very valuable to us, they are well paid and we take care of their insurance, clothing, food, and lodging throughout the expedition. All our Guides and Porters receive Medical care when ill or injured. We always make sure that they are happy as we believe that only happy people can make others happy The local expert trek leader to guide you is specialized under the following subject. We provide basic accommodation for our guides and porters or tent with the sleeping gear we also provided them food and warm drinks.
Intensive Wilderness First Aid
Authorized certificate of Trekking Guide Training
Fluency speaking English and other major Languages
Conservation and biodiversity
Travel insurance is a significant part of our booking condition for The short Everest base camp trek. All the members of trekking must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate to Discovery World Trekking. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation inclusive of helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at high altitudes (up to 6000m) for trekking members.
We can recommend insurance companies to help you but we don’t directly get involved in the sale of the insurance policy. Members can be refused to be included in the trekking based on insufficient, improper, or absence of travel insurance policy.
Trekking members are kindly requested to send their detailed insurance information once they book for the trekking. In case of emergency situations, we will be using the insurance policy and informational documents you sent us. This will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for emergency medical help, etc. Please ensure that the insurance company includes the cost incurred for mountain rescue service at the highest elevation of the trekking.
Before you buy travel insurance (Don't just believe them what they say on their website) make sure you call them and recheck if they have Heli-rescue and evacuation up to 6000m according to your trekking height.
Passport and visa
All foreigners except Indians, require a visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at the Tribhuvan international airport. Visa can be extended at the central immigration office www.immigratiion.gov.np The visa application will require at least a passport of 6 months’ validity, and a passport size photo. The current cost of the visa fee is the US $50 for 30 days which have to be paid in cash on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport. Citizens of China and the SAARC countries will receive a free visa. There are certain countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan)that may not receive the visa on arrival and so you will have to contact your local Nepalese embassy.
Nepali Rupees (NPR/Rs) is the local currency.
(1 USD = Approx Rs.100-116 NPR).
We can exchange most of the foreign currencies through local banks and legitimate money exchanges in Kathmandu and all over Thamel. Small amounts of cash can also be exchanged at the hotel.
The ongoing rate of exchange is visibly displayed. The government of Nepal has banned the import, export, and use of 500 and 1000 Indian Rupee notes in Nepal. You should ensure that you are not carrying these notes on arrival in Nepal as they will be confiscated and you may also be fined.
Despite having the security advantage of a traveler's cheque, we prefer cash exchange to avoid hassles like a lengthy process and a high rate of commission at the banks. You can withdraw cash (in Rupees only) from one of the many ATMs in Kathmandu and Thamel itself. There are quite a several ATMs that are open around the clock. The maximum withdrawal amount is 35,000 Rupees for a 500 Rupees processing fee if you are using your foreign card.
If you use the money exchange facility at banks and financial institutions the service fee charge imposed is about four percent or more depending upon the bank.
During the trek, there are no banks and money exchange services so you should exchange your money in Kathmandu only, depending on how much personal expense you require as in the Himalayan region people only accept Nepalese Currency
Most of the established banks in Asia will not accept foreign currency notes that are old, torn, or faded. Please ensure that you have new, clean notes
How Much Does Everest Base Camp Trek Cost?
Under normal circumstances, the trip itself is of 10-16 days, and the cost of Everest Base Camp trek usually costs somewhere between $1200 to $1600 which mostly covers Domestic flights, trekking permits, (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), an expert trek Leader, and porter, accommodations, and certificate of completion of the journey. Huge discounts are made if you travel in groups!
Everest Base Camp trek costs highly depend upon if you're traveling private or in a group, Days you want to complete, and environmental conditions. Traveling in Group can be more affordable as you'll share Treak leaders and porter whereas private treks are tailored as per requirements.
How Much Luggage can I take during 10 days-Everest Base Camp Trek?
The weight limit for your luggage is 9 kg per trekker, Porters will be assigned to carry your luggage, Two people will be assigned with one porter, combined luggage should not exceed more than 18 kgs. We never overload our porters. but a should carry your own knapsack or backpack (with your valuables or anything important) on your own. Only carry what is essentials, You can leave any excess baggage either at your hotel or at the Discovery World Trekking store for free and it'll be completely safe.
We'll recheck everything (Luggage, equipment, etc) in our briefing before we start our journey in our Office.
Everest Base Camp Trek Safety
Discovery World Trekking guarantees our valuable clients' safety, security, and satisfaction. Safety is the utmost important concern for us. For the trek, we will be carrying all the necessary gears, equipment, and first aid kits. Our leaders and guides have vast knowledge and have extensive first aid training. If a trekker falls sick due to the altitude, it is entirely up to the trekker to decide if he/she will further continue as health is very important. In case of emergency, the rescue helicopter will always be ready to bring you back from the higher elevation. During the trek, every group will be together so that everyone is safe and won't wander off alone.
Please be advised:
We highly recommend our clients to add extra days in your trip to Nepal as a safety margin for your return flight. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu may get behind the schedule due to air traffic and may cause delays. In such cases, we always try our best to reschedule the flights to and from Lukla. However, we would like to inform you about the possibility of postponements or cancellations of flights. We would like to suggest our clients to schedule 2 days extra to avoid any problems with the international flight. Upon our client's request, we can arrange a helicopter at the cost of approximately USD 500-1000 depending on the demand and capacity. It is very likely that there will be no delays but if any such case happens, we can help arrange additional activities with your extra time in Nepal.
Please Note: The 10 days Everest Base Camp trek includes fixed departure dates from Kathmandu and can be fitted to accommodate your specific requests and schedule. Please review our designated departure dates for this trek and if they do not suit your timeframe, then let us know how we can arrange a trek that is convenient for you. The itinerary listed above is a general guideline; please be advised that it might be necessary to modify it due to external factors beyond our means including and not limited to the following: unstable weather, accessibility, and availability of lodging and campsites, unforeseen governmental, trail and ecological conditions and other circumstances beyond our control. Although it is unlikely that changes will occur that would significantly alter the original itinerary, we cannot be held accountable for the results of delays or changes beyond our control. In the event of an Itinerary adjustment or need to redirect to other trails and areas, the Leader Guide will ultimately make the final choice on the best rerouting after consulting with the group members and keeping in mind the interests of the party as a whole. If an alteration is necessary, then we will certainly do everything we can to diminish the effects.
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EBC 2018-Beast Mode “10 Day Challenge”
The trek was planned online with Discovery World Trekking and although the payment asked for, is in the currency of USD-Paul Gurung was understanding and allowed for us to make the entire transfer online through the website with a Visa card versus bringing about 900 USD a person (EBC 10 day trek) in cash with us. When you get to Nepal, you understand why this most convenient. The going rate with most companies is around 1000$ CAD for 12 days or so, however after speaking to others and hearing about experiences, this was the best way to go about trekking to EBC, really it’s like a VIP service. Our Tour Guide mentioned to us how many foreigners attempt to complete the trek on their own and succeed but usually take a longer time and experience the really “character building” obstacles that one might expect (especially during the winter climbing season). This trek was one that myself and my two friends took a bit more lightly than we probably should have. EBC is about 4 days or so, away from Lukla. The roads and paths are treacherous and filled with different dangers. Ultimately what happens to everyone at some point is that they decide to give up. This is number one, why you should go with friends or others, and two why you should go with a guide. The trip is recommended as no more than 14 days and no less than 12. The acclimatization does make a difference. The cost difference is minimal as well, but regardless of what you choice, Paul and his tour guides will do their best to get you where’re you need to be. The way back is also a conversation best discussed in person with Paul, but if you are a cautious person or traveling alone, it is strongly recommended that you purchase travel insurance as the helicopters are said to be within the price range of 10,000$ (USD) for a ride, emergency or not. Generally, people only get the minimally required insured helicopter up to 3000m. The way that the trip starts out, you really don’t think you will need to worry too much, however if we had the insurance we certainly would have used it on our way down from Pengbouche; especially if weather and flights are looking like they won’t work. For MSH medical insurance holders, please note that it is clearly excluded as it falls under the excluded circumstances of travel on mountains (apparently), but if you are weaker or not as strong willed, take your time, don’t run, and breathe. The normal tip for porters is 100$ USD apparently, where the Tour Guide should get 200$ per group according to this company, which is not totally hard to understand but, Paul also made it clear that porters and tour guides are well taken care of by the company so really, these are guidelines. Please keep in mind there always questions, and don’t be afraid to ask to clarify and make it very clear if there is something you don’t understand, otherwise you feel awkward when you found out you paid the incorrect amount, or what might be seen as a stingy amount. Nonetheless, everything worked out well and we were very happy throughout the trip, Dol was our tour guide for the entire trip-very respectful, kind and courteous man who was able to offer insights and advice to make our trip more comfortable and successful. Most guides you get differ in personality types but Paul assures us that all his hired guides are the best and work the hardest to get the customers to where they need to be as comfortably as possible. Paul and Dol made it very clear just exactly what kind of adventure this was going to be and needed to move our booked flight on our last day (out of country) to a day later as it was unclear of whether we were able or unable to make it back for that day. It is not certain that flights will return or even go each day, generally all flights end around noon to Lukla. Paul is excellent At ensuring that timings and luggage is on track and conveniently taken care of. Our luggage was over weight and moved to the next flight which wasn’t a problem as Dol was able to help us get the luggage on the next flight in. Versus the experience a college had with a random no name guide who basically lost his luggage and he lost an entire day of his trek waiting in Lukla, which really sucks because there is basically nothing there and not a whole lot of variety of food to choose from. A few details about the package that Paul offered were the meals included which is actually cheaper if you just pay yourself and don’t plan on eating much more than one dish and a drink at leach meal. The average cost of food is 400 a meal and 150 for a drink a tea. Soft drinks aren’t included, and you need to get your own chlorine tablets. Tablets can be bought in KTM at about 200 NPR for a box of 50. The accommodations were not expensive but also not clear as to what it would have been had we been on our own, a fella came into the lodge the first night claiming that 500 was too much a night in Pakding...so I mean, ya we certainly pa8d more than we would have if we went on our own but we had Dol who was able to help us along the way. If you are wondering why it is was helpful having Dol and the porter, well-we almost didn’t need the porter if we didn’t get the sleeping bags. But Dol was able to help us pace, know when we couldn’t go further because of the distance versus the time of the day and really because he was so nice he made us feel we couldn’t be right rude to each other when we were annoyed or loud and obnoxious when we were really excited, like the last day heading down the mountain. Paul’s company was also will to allow us to use their trekking poles, sleeping bags, and downwear jackets. Keep in mind, if you carry the trekking pol up, and it is rented, try not to break it-luckily I had my own and although it was not destroyed, it was broken enough compared to when I started that I would most likely had been charged. Nonetheless if you find yourself in Louboche and in need of a pole, mine may still be there (joy world brand). We only needed one trekking pole, one downwear jacket and three thermal/down sleeping bags because some of us had immediate plans elsewhere after Nepal. To be honest the quality of the “Northface” in Nepal in general that you see in Thamel is low quality, so if you are renting on your own please be careful, the sleeping bags and downwear jackets shed like crazy through the day and night. The thermal sleeping bags are not enough to keep a person warm at night either, which is not to the fault of the DWT but just a heads up. It gets wicked cold the higher up you go. Every lodge/tea house we stayed at was very familiar with Dol (our guide) and DWT which was great because basically anything we needed or wanted was taken care of, except wifi and hot showers-maybe in the future you can work a deal out with Paul if you are going to represent his company with go face value for his company, but generally it’s a harder bargain to drive. By the end of everything Paul was really great about any areas of concern and even made up certificates (photographic) that were a nice token of our accomplishment. It was an awesome experience and I really recommend people travelling to EBC if they really want to know what they are made of and not only go, but go with Discovery World Trekking. All meals are paid for including the final one at a great restaurant with Paul at the end of the trek where he will debrief with you and get feedback. Many of my friend have also gone on treks with Paul’s company as well as Dol as a cook and tour guide. These two guys are really stretching out their arms to reach other areas of the tourism industry as well, don’t be afraid to inquire about custom packages. If you have other questions or concerns please let me know, I am always happy to share my positive experiences with others, especially when it’s about such good people.
Experience of a lifetime!
I booked a 10 day hiking trip to Everest base camp with Discoveryworldtrekking. Paul, the owner of the company was incredibly resourceful in arranging everything for me. I had nothing to worry about but just take in the raw beauty of the Himalayas and enjoy my trek. From the time of landing at the airport to the departure, everything was taken care of in a concierge style with utmost punctuality and ease. I would not do it any other way. Nepal is not easy to navigate by yourself and I would strongly recommend Discoveryworldtrekking as they took care of everything. I had a guide and a porter with me the entire time which made this trip worry-free and very enjoyable. The personal touch that Paul and his company invests in their clients is priceless. He was also able to arrange for a helicopter tour of Everest base camp which was a life-changing experience! I can’t thank him enough for his hard work and diligence in making my dreams come true!
Amazing...once again!! This time Everest Base Camp
My friend and I decided to conquer the Everest Base Camp for her 30th birthday. In the past, we had booked ABC with Discovery World trekking and there was no doubt in our minds that we'd be booking with them again. Our first experience was exceptional! Just like last time, Paul was informative and quick to respond. He made planning this trek VERY easy. When we couldn't get out to Lukla for two days (because of the weather), Paul was very good with reassuring us that things would work out (we were on a time constraint) and made arrangements accordingly. In the end, our 12-day trek turned into a 10-day trek. Nonetheless, we made it!!! I cannot say enough about our guide Mansing. He was amazing! He made this trek possible with his constant encouragement, patience, and many jokes to get us through the tough parts of the trail. And the mini snicker bars after a tough climb were a great touch! He was knowledgeable about the trail and defined the term "Nepali flat" quite well for us (once you do EBC, you'll know what I'm talking about :p). He would go out of his way to make sure we were okay and comfortable all the time. Our porter, Manjit was such a pleasure to have around.
Dommie Wcislo celebrated a birthday at Everest Base Camp (5,364m)
He was also very patient with us and would also make sure we were okay all the time. And his singing voice was a bonus on the trail. And how could I forget about the mini dance party we had on the trail on the way down. These two were so great to trek with!! I also wanted to mention that DWT went out of their way to make our trip extra special. We made it to EBC on the day of my friend's 30th birthday. Mansing and Manjit made it possible for a cake to be there when we got there. It was amazing! Singing happy birthday to my friend, at EBC with a bunch of strangers that have just been on the same journey with us is something I will never forget. It was incredibly special. Thank you, DWT for yet another memorable trip!!!