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EBC TREK OVERVIEW
The high mountains of the Khumbu Valley shadow the famous route to the base camp of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, known as Sagarmatha to the local Nepali people. The summit of Everest sits at 8848m, so even trekking to the base camp 5350m is no small task. While we will be trekking uphill on the way to Everest Base Camp, the trek is considered "Nepali Flat", meaning there are many ups and downs consistently throughout the 40-mile trek (one-way, a total of 80 miles). However, we will be hiking with light day packs, while supporting the local community by hiring porters to carry the majority of our group and personal gear. This trek is a massive accomplishment and an unforgettable adventure!
On this 17-day Wildland Trekking hiking tour, we will travel through remote villages inhabited by the Sherpa people, visit Buddhist monasteries and sleep in rustic Sherpa tea houses. We will have breakfasts, lunches, and dinners in tea houses along the way ensuring cultural interaction. Additionally, we will visit the Kathmandu temples of Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, and Durbar square. The natural mountain scenery coupled with the rich culture of the Khumbu Valley makes the Wildland Trekking Everest Base Camp trek one of the best treks in the world.
Mt. Cholatse, Mt.Tabuche, Mt.Everest, Mt. Lhotse Shar and Mt. Amadablam
Amazing view of the Himalayan panorama. It includes Mt. Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8414m), and Amadablam
The lifestyle, culture, tradition, and hospitality of local ethnic groups, especially Sherpa.
Beautiful and villages in the trekking
Exotic floral and faunal diversity along the trekking trail.
The lush forests, green hills, rugged landscapes.
Natural diversity: Greenery, vegetation and terraced farms alongside the trek route
You get to walk through the peaceful, off-the-beaten-paths of the Everest region
You will have a memorable time when viewing the sunrise/sunset view at Mount Everest and other neighboring peaks from KALAPATHER (5550 meters).
You can click awesome photographs of the unspoiled and crisp Gokyo valley.
You can delve into the serenity of the dazzling glacier lakes, especially during the afternoon.
Everest Base camp (5,350m)
Namche Bazaar (3,440m) is a tourist hub and the most popular resting stop in the Khumbu region. This hilly settlement is shaped like a horseshoe and positioned in a very unconventional location. Immediately west of this bustling town is Kongde Ri (6,187m) and to the east is Thamserku (6,608m). In addition to the abundant hotels and lodges, Namche boasts of three small museums, a stupa, a monastery, several bakeries (cafes), and many well-stocked stores. Here, trekkers can access modern communication facilities to stay connected to the outside world.
Namche Bazaar, a gateway to the high Himalayas and known for offering wonderful views of the snow-capped peaks, is considered to hold the distinction of being the wealthiest district in Nepal. It is in fact, a junction of trekking trails where different Everest trek routes have diverged.
Namche Bazar and Kongde Himal
KHUMJUNG & KUNDE
The small villages of Khumjung and Kunde are located in the Khumjung Valley at the foot of Khumjung Khumbi Yul Lha, the sacred mountain of the Sherpas. Notable stops include Kunde Hospital, founded by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1966, Khumjung School (also known as Hillary School) founded in 1961, and several small Buddhist monasteries including one that very proudly displays (what it claims is) the scalp and hair of a Yeti.
YETI HEAD AT KHUMJUNG MONASTERY
Tengboche Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries of Nepal, probably because of its unrivaled backdrop of Mt. Ama Dablam. The monastery is the leading Buddhist center in the Khumbu a region with a residing Rinpoche who blesses pilgrims, mountaineers, and travelers passing through.
Every October, Tengboche Monastery hosts the colorful Mani Rimdu festival, which is a culmination of Buddhist celebrations with a religious gathering, songs, ritual dances, and enactments of the lives of legendary figures. Visitors are always welcomed to partake in the festivities and many trekkers book their trek to coincide with the festival. Tours of the monastery are conducted every afternoon for visitors. Tengboche lies on the very popular trek route to the Everest region.
which was renamed the Tenzing Hillary Airport in 2008, are both extremely small and extremely busy. With its short runaway, steep incline, and quickly changing weather, Lukla has one of the most challenging runways in the world. In fact, for the past 20 years, it has been named the most dangerous airport in the world. High winds, low lying clouds, and sudden changes in visibility are some of the reasons behind this title. Bad weather is also a huge factor in the frequent cancellation of flights. Lukla is a gateway for Everest region trekking and climbing.
Mt.Everest 8848m- The Summit is called Sagarmatha (सगरमाथा) in Nepali and Qomolangma in Chinese. Nepal's Mount Everest (8848 meters) is the tallest mountain on the earth. The highest mountain was named Everest by Sir Andrew Waugh, the British Surveyor-general of India in honors of his predecessor Sir George. The majestic Mt. Everest was ultimately conquered by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa hailing from Nepal along with his New Zealander counterpart Sir Edmund Hillary at 11:30 AM on May 29, 1953, via the South col route.
Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel B/B/3star
Fly to Lukla from kathmandu / trek to phakding
Trek to Namche Bazer (3450m.)
Namche acclimatization day up to climbs 400m and visit view pint to see the panoramic view of Mt EVEREST mahalagur range
Trek to Tyanboche (3887m.)
Trek to Dingboche (4410m)
Acclimatization day around Dingboche
Note :- we must hike more than 400m for the acclimatization because of acute mountain sickness. up to climb 400m
Trek to Labuche
In the afternoon we must hike more and less 300 or 400m
Climb high and sleep low
Trek to Gorakshep
1) When we arrive Gorakshep after that we take lunch and we will go to EBC. If someone feels good . or if some not good they will take rest
2) Half-day rest
Trek to kalapather and trek to Pheriche
1) Earlier morning wakeup walking to kalapather back to Gorakshep and trek continues to Pheriche
Trek to Namche
Trek to Lukla
Fly back to kathmndu from lukla
Transfer to airport, departure onward destination
Date and Cost
EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK COST
People Cost Per person
1 People 1,900/-
2-3 People 1,680/-
4-6 People 1,450/-
7-10 People 1,380/-
11+ People 1,175/-
This price including tax and service charge
1 room (double bed ) /2 person, 2 person- 1 porter. if someone needs a single bedroom please send me an email.
If the flight will cancel to Lukla due to the bad weather the Kathmandu hotel charge clients must pay
If the flight will cancel from Lukla back from the trekking. We need to keep extra days. It will happen sometime due to the bad weather
The departure schedule can be changed to any unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, natural changes of walking track, road slides, avalanches, and public strikes.
The guide will be briefing day by day program every evening
What To Take
Equipment list for #EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK #EBC
Passport, Money, Credit Cards, Personal Travel Insurance, Passport size photos, Pen & dairy book, the Communication device (laptops, Tap or phone), Camera
Sunglass UV more than 500%,
Note: - if you have eyes problem please consult your doctor because of in Nepal High Mountain has dry air and in the city so much dust
Sunblock cream SPF 25 to 50 (small tube), Lip balm SPF 10 to 15
Note:-depending your skin, please consult your doctor (as our experience some of my clients get allergy from sunblock cream)
Day backpack (15 ltr to 20 ltr), Duct tape (few meters –you can roll-on water bottle or trekking pole), enough batteries for headlamp, Portable solar charger, Backup power bank, Bathing Suit: Towel, Toothpaste, and brush, floss, mini hairbrush, razor, soap, a mini bottle of shampoo, travel mirror, nail clippers, etc and rain cover
I'm a solo traveler, is there a single supplement?
Our prices are different based on a number of people. The prices are set based on a number of people traveling together. For example, the price for 1 person and the total price for 2 people is different. So, the price you see at the time of making the reservation is the final. We do not charge an additional amount for the single traveler.
Which currency is most widely accepted on this tour?
We accept major currencies such as USD and EUR. Credit card payments are accepted only in USD. We also accept bank transfers, direct remittance services (Western Union, Moneygram), etc.
What is the best time and season?
Mid March-May, and October – December are considered the best months for trekking and climbing peak in Nepal. climbing is doable throughout the year however some months are better than others. June – August is monsoon season so there might be some rain showers in these months. January – February is winter months, it’s usually much cold in higher areas and more avalanche risk area during the winter. The trek is doable throughout the year.
How are the meals and accommodation like?
We will be eating and sleeping in the lodges for the whole trek as an itinerary. Generally, rice, noodles, pasta, vegetables, curry, potatoes, eggs, sandwiches, etc. are available. The lodges will have twin sharing rooms. In most cases, we will provide you a private room however in rare cases you may need to share the rooms with other travelers (especially if you are traveling alone).
Do I need to be physically fit?
Very good question. Usually, a person with previous multiday hiking experiences is welcome to join our treks. This is an adventurous trek that consists of high altitude trek over 4000 meters for nearly a week. If you do not have previous hiking experiences but still have no problem walking for 6-9 hours every day, then we are happy to take you on board.
Can we do this trip with kids?
We take bookings for this trip for people over 16 years old. The trekking doable with kids as well and we have previous experiences of organizing family tours.
Are the guides experienced? Are they licensed?
We have very experienced guides at the company. We have guides experienced for at least 5 years to 18 years. All our guides are certified IFMGA/UIAGM mountain guides, NMA mountaineering Guide and trekking guides Ministry of Tourism licensed by Nepal Government.
Trek cost includes / excludes
Documentation: - Trekking permit, national park fees, coordination with relevant government office. All government taxes are included in the price
Accommodation: - 4-night hotel in Kathmandu 3* Hotel, lodge during trekking and best
Food: -full board meal during the trek best available hotel/lodges or tea house
Transport: - Domestic flight Kathmandu-Lukla-kathmandu, international airport arrival & departure, all land transportation around cities with a private vehicle, Helicopter evacuation for Nepali team, Porter or yaks for this trekking and domestic flight maximum 15 kg.
Communication: - weather report
Expedition team: - Trekking guide, Assistance guide, and porter allowances & wages for Nepali Trekking team
Safety equipment: - First aid kit, Oxy meter and common Trekking equipment in the group.
Whats not included
PERSONAL equipment fortrekking
Personal & medical Insurance of Trekking
Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter incase needed
Bar Bills & beverage
Tips for all group member
Insurance of member
Visa & visa extension fees
Cost of emergency evacuation
Other charges at lodges/tea houses such as showers, internet access or battery re-charging, hot water for drinking , extra hot drink.
Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
Cancellation, inclusions and Policies
If our clients fail to make their trip or want to cancel their program due to any unavoidable circumstances following charges will be made for the Trip Cancel
Less than 60 days in advance: 15%
Less than 45 days in advance: 25%
Less than 30 days in advance: 50%
Less than 15 days in advance: 75%
Less than 10 days in advance: 85%
On or after the starting date: No refund will be made
Notice on Domestic Flight (Kathmandu - Lukla)
The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).
Alternatively, helicopter arrangements can be made on 5 people sharing basis with the addition of USD 500 for one way flight per person to change your airplane flights to the helicopter. We will try to coordinate and form groups at the airport for this arrangement, but we cannot guarantee it. The drive to Ramechhap and flight to Lukla is almost always guaranteed unless the flight is canceled due to bad weather conditions.
Travelers are suggested to advise us on the preferred alternatives for the flights to/from Lukla affected due to possible delays or disruptions.
it is your responsibility to ensure that you are fully and adequately insured for the duration of your trip. Please ensure that all activities, excursions, and destinations in your itinerary are included in your insurance policy, We advise to valuable clients to have full insurance against Medical, Evacuation, Trip cancellation, lost or damaged baggage, Air delays, etc. for Everest base camp and this peak, you must be covered up to 6000m altitude.
Please take a copy of your insurance policy to the pre-trip briefing, as the guide will need to collect your insurance details. We also ask that you keep a copy of your policy summary (containing policy number and emergency contact number for you insure) in your daysack at all the time, so that we can access the information should wee need to contact the insured on your behalf.
HIGH ALTITUDE SICKNESS
High-altitude illness is due to a decrease in oxygen at high altitude.
Atmospheric pressure decrease as altitude increases but the percentage of oxygen in the air remains constant; as a result, the partial pressure of oxygen decreases with altitude and is at 5500m (18000 feet) is about ½ of that at the sea level.
High-altitude illness is seen in people in people who have recently arrived at high altitude or have just gained altitude, and may start any time from few hours to a few days after ascending. High altitude is arbitrarily defined as altitudes higher than 3.000 m (10.000 ft). people with heart and hung decreases may have difficulty at lower altitudes and, rarely, a healthy, a healthy person will develop altitude illness at as low as 2500 m (8.200 ft)....READ MORE
PASSPORT AND VISA
Please double-check that your passport is valid for 6 months beyond the date of arrival in Nepal. We recommend that you take a photocopy of your passport and keep it separate from the original, and this will be useful if the original is lost while you are traveling. You must carry your passport on the trek with you, as it is required for internal flights.
Need to Get Nepal Visa
Two Passport-sized photos with a light background.
Bring Cash USD to get the visa fee.
Your passport must valid for at least 6 months.
As soon as you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, you will get a visa on arrival.
In the arrivals hall, you’ll find electronic booths that read your passport, take your photo, and print out a completed form. Take your completed form to the payment counter where you'll pay for your visa, and then head to the immigration line for "Visa on Arrival".
Fill out your arrival card on the plane so you can quickly move through the queue in the arrivals’ lounge. Also, completing the visa form online prior to arrival should also save some time as there's a limited number of electronic booths.