Everest Base Camp Trek

Price starts from

USD 1295

Meal

Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch

Breakfast and 1 special dinner in Kathmandu, 3 meals each day during the trek. You can pick up any meals from the menu but we do suggest you to stay with Veg meals. 

Start & End Point

Kathmandu

Transportation

Flight and Private Transport

All required airport transfers for domestic and international flights. During the main season (25th September to 15th November and 25th March to 15th May) Lukla flights are from Ramechap. Transports to Ramechap and return are provided.

Accommodations

Hotel & Lodge

3 Star standard hotel in Kathmandu with Breakfast and 5 nights upgraded lodged on a trek that includes Hot Shower and Attached Bathroom.

Activity

Trekking

Max Altitude

5545 Mtr

Distance

120KM

Trip Grade

Challanging

Best Time

March to May & September to November

Overview

In today's time, most people have already realized the Everest base camp Trek is the most iconic trek in the world. It is an adventure that lets you walk through the base camp of the world's highest Mountain Everest along rich Sherpa heritages and natural heritages on the way. Undoubtedly on this trip, you will enjoy the views of the 8000-meter summits which include the astonishing Mount Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Cho-Oyu, Nuptse, Thamserku, and many more.

Generally, people may think the trip to Everest Base Camp is just a trek with the mountains around, but this trip demands more attention to its diversity of nature and culture. To be more specific, this adventure will take you through the different levels of altitudes with its variety of flora and fauna, historic Buddhist monasteries, and charming sherpa villages with great hospitality. You have to know that the Sherpa people are the only inhabitants of the Everest region. Without a doubt, you will be amazed by their unique culture, which will prove as a great experience for you in this adventure.

We want you to know that the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek is considered moderately challenging. It is primarily because of its high altitude and the need for sustained physical endurance. For beginners, trekking through the rugged terrains and high altitudes of the Himalayas can be physically demanding. And the risk of altitude-related ailments adds an extra layer of challenge. So, to fully relish this incredible journey, we urge trekkers to come prepared.

With the right preparation, trekkers can unlock extraordinary comfort while trekking the Everest region, ensuring a safe, enjoyable, and successful adventure while trekking with Trek Ways Nepal. 

For a deeper understanding of the Everest Base Camp Trek, including its itinerary, preparation, challenges, and more, we have prepared information in the next sections. Please follow through as these detailed insights will help you embark on this iconic adventure fully informed and prepared.

If you are seeking the best lodges and return by helicopter from Everest Base Camp, you can check our Ultra Luxury Trek to Everest Base Camp.  You can also explore more areas while trekking to Everest Base Camp with Gokyo Lake & Cho La Pass. 

Itinerary

Welcome to Nepal! Your adventure begins as you touch down in Kathmandu on this first day. We understand that you've been eagerly anticipating this journey, and our representatives are ready to ensure your smooth transition from your flight to your comfortable hotel. After a warm welcome in the hotel, you'll have time to relax for a while. Further, for the remainder of the day, you will have an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the nearby areas and do shopping to fulfill your checklist for the trek. After you are done with the shopping, our team member will give you a brief introduction and provide valuable information about the trek in the evening. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(1,300m/4,264ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

3 Star Hotel

Today is going to be very special. Following breakfast, we will go on a day tour of the Kathmandu Valley, visiting several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath Temple (Cremation site), and Swyambhunath Temple (Monkey Temple). Our knowledgeable tour guide will accompany us on this tour. After finishing the tour we will take you back to the respective hotels in Kathmandu. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude
(1,300m/4,264ft)
Loding Level
Accommodation

3 Star Hotel

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast

Today from Kathmandu, you will take an early morning flight to Lukla. On this flight, you'll experience the thrill of landing at one of the world's most renowned and challenging airports. This flight will only take about thirty-five minutes, giving you plenty of time to take in the breathtaking Himalayan vistas. Right after landing on Lukla, you will be introduced to porters and shortly after, you will start the trek from the Dudh Koshi bank. It will take you about 3 and a half hours to reach Phakding. After some time rest, walk up to the monastery as an evening walk to get acclimatization. As a rule, you always climb high and sleep low. It helps to complete the trek without medication. We do every day until we reach the Everest Base Camp. Overnight at the lodge in Phakding.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(2,652m/ 8,700ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge with Attached bathroom

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

In the morning, we will have breakfast at the lodge. Eventually after finishing it, we will start the journey and follow the Dudh Koshi River. Crossing the river several times, you will enter the national park in Jorsale and stop for lunch. After finishing lunch and trekking for a few hours, we will reach the path surrounded by pine trees. And ahead of it, there lies the Namche Bazaar. Eventually, you will pass the elevated plain and reach Namche Bazaar. Encircled by mountain ranges, Namche Bazar opens up only in the path of the Dudh Koshi. Further, this village serves as the region's hub and is where you can buy a lot of goods. Climb up to the Sagarmatha National Park headquarters office to see the sunset and explore the museum. It is an evening acclimatization walk. Overnight at the lodge in Namche Bazaar.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(3,440m/11,283ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Hotel with Attached Bathroom

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Today is a critical acclimatization day. To get used to the low oxygen levels, we will spend the day in the nearby Namche Bazaar. For that, we can do a short trip to the museum that showcases the customs of the Sherpa people. In addition to it, we'll trek up to the Syangboche airport and Everest View Hotel, which has been listed as one of the world's highest hotels. From this point, we get spectacular views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest and its neighboring peaks. After completing the short trip, we will return to Namche Bazaar for an overnight stay.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(3,440m/11,283ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Hotel with Attached Bathroom

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Following our morning meal at the lodge in Namche, we begin our trek across a steep and flat mountain trail. The path here will provide us with a breathtaking view of Thamserku, Kantega, and Kusum Kangrib. After a few hours of flat Zigzag walking, we descend to the river and reach Phunki Tenga. From here we will climb from the rhododendron forest to reach Tengboche Village. Overnight at the lodge in Tengboche.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(3,860m/12,664ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge with Shared Bathroom

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

The highlight of today will be eating breakfast in the early morning under the towering Himalayas. After taking in some more spectacular views of the mountains, we shall continue on to Dingboche. Dingboche is one of the Sherpa communities at a high altitude. First, we descend through the forest, pass the Imja Khola, and then gradually ascend to the settlement of Pangboche. Located at an elevation of 6,812 meters, this location offers some of the most breathtaking views of Mount Ama Dablam. The route continues beside the glacier river until we reach Dingboche. Overnight at the lodge in Dingboche.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(4,410m/14,468ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Another day dedicated to acclimatization. We will walk to the 5,060-meter-high Nangkartshang Viewpoint today, which provides breathtaking views of the Ama Dablam, Makalu, Imja Valley, and other nearby mountains. After that, we'll return to Dingboche to relax and make the most of the time that remains before moving on to the Lobuche.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(4,410m/14,468ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

After a short hike and acclimatization yesterday, we think you're prepared to challenge yourself today. You will ascend the main trail through the broad valley beneath the Tawache and Cholatse peaks. We keep climbing in order to reach the settlement of Lobuche, which is situated at the base of the enormous Lobuche peak. Because of the altitude today, some breathing issues can occur. Following our trek across Thukla Pass and the Sherpa Memorial, we will arrive at Lobuche village. Overnight at the lodge in Lobuche Village.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(4,910/16,108ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

It's the day already. Your wish to visit Mount Everest's base camp will soon come true. We begin our rough trek along the Khumbu glacier after leaving Lobuche, passing the International Pyramid Laboratory Observatory. Walking a little further brings you to Gorakshep, a tiny village.

We will pause here for lunch and leave our belongings at the lodge because this is the last location with lodging available before beginning our trek to reach Everest Base Camp. Then, to make it to Everest base camp, you must go for an additional two hours alongside the glacier on a rough, uphill and downhill track.

After finally reaching the camp stop to enjoy the scenes of Mount Everest and hear the tales of the climbers attempting to reach the summit and head back to Gorak Shep for the evening. Overnight at the lodge in Gorakshep.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(5,364m/17,598ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today is going to be one of the trek's hardest but most rewarding days. We ascend to Kala Patthar (5,555mt/ 18,225 ft) early in the morning to witness the first light. From Kala Patthar, we can enjoy a panoramic view of Mt. Everest and many other mountain peaks, including Mt. Pumori, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, and many more. After enjoying the scenes of the sunrise, we hike down to Gorakshep, have lunch, and then begin our descent to Pheriche. Overnight at the lodge in Pheriche.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(4,240m/13,910ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Lodge

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

We descend past Pangboche and Tengboche, leaving the mountains behind, and then reach Namche Bazaar. The afternoon finds us returning to Namche. After reaching here, you'll have time in the evening to wander around the market for refreshments, food, and most importantly, bars and barbecue, which will be the your reward for a successful journey. Overnight at the lodge in Namche Bazaar.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(3,440m/11,286ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Hotel with Attached Bathroom

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

We gradually make our way downhill after breakfast, passing by every location we had seen while climbing the previous day. After going past the Monjo village & over the Dudh Koshi River once more via the suspension bridge, we arrive at Phakding village. Eventually from here, we will reach Lukla while enjoying the views of the surrounding farms and communities along the route. Overnight at the lodge in Lukla.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(2,652m/8,700ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

Hotel with Attached Bathroom

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

As we return to Kathmandu after a 35-minute scenic flight, we get to see the last of the peaks we just toured. Once there, we will take you to the chosen hotel. We have a free day to explore Thamel and enjoy a massage and spa after check-in and refreshments. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude
Altitude

(1,300m/4,264ft)

Loding Level
Accommodation

3 Star Hotel 

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast & Dinner 

Your last departure from Nepal will take place at Kathmandu Tribhuwan International Airport, where you will be dropped off by a company representative before 3 hours of your flight time.

Single Supplementary
Meals

Breakfast 

Include

    • Arrival and departure transfer service from the airport
    • 3 nights accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast (at 3-Star Standard Hotel) on a twin-sharing basis
    • Airport transfer for domestic flights (Ramechap transfer from 25th September to15th November and 1st April to 15th May)
    • Flight tickets to and from Lukla including airport tax
    • 3 meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) every day during the trek
    • All accommodation ( Upgraded lodges with 5 nights attached bathroom and hot shower) during the trek (twin sharing basis)
    • Seasonal fruits, every day after dinner during the trek
    • 3 cups of tea/coffee every day during the trek (served in cups only)
    • Purified drinking water during the trek (as much as you need)
    • All required trekking permits and Khumbu Gaunpalika Tax 
    • Government-licensed, English-speaking, experienced, and knowledgeable guide and his entire expenses
    • Porters (one porter for every 2 members) and his entire expenses
    • Full insurance of guide and porter
    • All required local and government taxes
    • Down jacket and sleeping bag rented items (if required)
    • Duffle bag and trekking route map 
    • First-Aid Kit (Basic) along with Oximeter
    • Farewell dinner after the trek
    • Adventure certificate (when the trek is finished)

Exclude

    • Nepal arrival visa
    • Meals in the city, except breakfast and farewell dinner
    • Monument entrance tickets while on city tour of Kathmandu (Day 2)
    • WiFi, and battery charging services, extra drinks 
    • Personal expenses, such as mineral water, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, extra meals, snacks, etc.
    • Your travel insurance covers helicopter evacuation over 5000m, trip cancellation, trip interruption 
    • Tipping to the staff 

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Useful info

Airport Transfers

Trek Ways Nepal offers a convenient airport pick-up and drop services where our friendly guide will be waiting with a name plate, assist you to the car, and ensure a smooth transfer to your booked hotel. After the trip we will assist you to the airport as per given schedule.

Accommodation

On the Everest Base Camp trek with Trek Ways Nepal, enjoy comfortable accommodations with 3 nights in Kathmandu at 3-star deluxe hotels and 7 nights during the trek in lodges featuring attached toilet bathrooms for your convenience and comfort. 3 nights will be pretty basic with no attached toilet and hot shower. Total 11 nights in the mountains and 3 nights in Kathmandu.

Meals

During the Everest Base Camp trek with Trek Ways Nepal, clients can enjoy a variety of meals chosen from the menu provided at each stop, ensuring a diverse and satisfying dining experience. We recommend opting for vegetarian meals above Namche for better acclimatization and digestion. As a special conclusion to the adventure, a final farewell dinner will be served at either Fire and Ice Pizza or Roadhouse Pizza in Kathmandu, offering a delightful and memorable end to the journey. We strongly recommend avoiding dairy products, including cheese, as well as alcoholic beverages, caffeinated drinks, and hot chocolate, based on expert advice for optimal health and acclimatization during the trek.

Bag/ Luggage

For the Everest Base Camp trek, Trek Ways Nepal provides each client with a waterproof duffel bag to protect your belongings from the elements. A porter will carry this duffel bag throughout the trek, allowing you to travel light and comfortably. However, it's essential to bring a small day pack, approximately 30 liters, to carry your personal items such as water, snacks, camera, and extra layers that you'll need access to during the day. Trek Ways Nepal helps to store your suite case safely in the hotel or in our office.

Communication Facility

During the trek to Everest Base Camp, you will have access to various communication facilities to stay connected with family and friends. Most teahouses along the route offer Wi-Fi services, often for a small fee, ensuring you can send updates and share your experiences. Additionally, mobile network coverage is available in many areas, with Ncell and NTC providing the best service. For those needing more reliable connectivity, satellite phones are an option, though they come at a higher cost. Trek Ways Nepal ensures that you are informed about the available communication options at each stop along your journey.

Water and Electricity facility

During the trek to Everest Base Camp, safe drinking water and electricity are available at various points along the route. It's advisable to bring water purification tablets or a portable water filter, as tap water is generally not safe to drink directly. Bottled water is available for purchase at teahouses, though prices increase with altitude. Many trekkers also opt to fill their bottles with boiled water, which is often provided for a small fee.
 

Electricity is available in most teahouses, allowing you to charge your electronic devices such as cameras, phones, and headlamps. However, power supply can be limited and inconsistent, especially at higher altitudes, and there is usually a small fee for charging. It is a good idea to bring extra batteries or a portable power bank to ensure your devices remain charged throughout the trek.

Safety and Security

Safety and security are top priorities for Trek Ways Nepal during the Everest Base Camp trek. Our experienced guides are trained in first aid and altitude sickness prevention, ensuring that you are well cared for throughout the journey. We provide comprehensive briefings on safe trekking practices, acclimatization techniques, and emergency procedures. In case of any health issues, our team is equipped with necessary medical supplies and can arrange for evacuation if needed. Additionally, we keep your belongings secure by coordinating with reliable porters and maintaining strict oversight of your gear. With Trek Ways Nepal, you can trek with confidence, knowing that your safety and security are in expert hands.

Our role to avoid the altitude sickness

To avoid altitude sickness while on the Everest Base Camp trek, Trek Ways Nepal implements several effective strategies. We ensure a gradual ascent, allowing ample time for acclimatization by including scheduled rest days at key points like Namche Bazaar and Dingboche. Our guides closely monitor each trekker's health, watching for early signs of altitude sickness and providing appropriate advice and support. We recommend staying well-hydrated, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, and consuming a high-carbohydrate diet to help with acclimatization. Additionally, we educate trekkers on recognizing symptoms of altitude sickness and the importance of communicating any discomfort immediately. With these measures in place, we strive to make your trek both safe and enjoyable.

Climb High Sleep Low

Trek Ways Nepal is committed to the "climb high, sleep low" principle to help trekkers acclimate effectively and avoid altitude sickness during the Everest Base Camp trek. This strategy involves ascending to a higher altitude during the day and then descending to a lower altitude to sleep, which aids in the body's adjustment to lower oxygen levels. Our itineraries are meticulously planned to incorporate this practice, ensuring that trekkers gain the benefits of higher altitudes while resting at lower, more comfortable levels at night. By adhering strictly to this approach, Trek Ways Nepal prioritizes your health and safety, enhancing your overall trekking experience.

Packing List

Clothes

  • Waterproof jacket
  • Rain coat
  • Lightweight Down jacket (Provided)
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Lightweight trekking trousers
  • Hiking shorts (if trekking in the summer)
  • Thermals (top and bottom, merino ideal)
  • Two to three trekking t-shirts/shirts
  • Fleece or warm mid-layer
  • Waterproof thick gloves
  • Glove liners
  • Hiking socks and lighter walking socks
  • Wool hat
  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Spare underwear
  • Buff or similar to cover your neck and face
  • One pair of worn-in, waterproof hiking boots
  • One pair of lightweight trainers (for the camp, in the evenings)
  • 4 season sleeping bag (Provided)
  • Extra Clothes for Winter
  • Extra warm layers (add an extra warm item to all key items above)
  • Extra set of thermals (pair to walk in, pair to sleep in)
  • Merino trekking socks
  • Merino glove liners
  • Gaiters
  • Hand warmer

 

Tech

  • Powerbank
  • Universal plug adaptor
  • Charging cables
  • Phone / iPod /Kindle

 

Toiletries

  • Biodegradable wet wipes
  • Hand gel
  • Small biodegradable bags to take toilet tissue off the mountain
  • Toilet paper
  • Sunscreen & lip block
  • Personal medication

 

First Aid Kit, including:

  • Anti-Diarrhoea Tablets (Imodium)
  • Painkillers
  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Throat Lozenges
  • Rehydration Sachets
  • Blister Plasters
  • Vaseline - to rub on feet to reduce friction
  • Diamox for (only after consultation with a medical professional)

 

OTHER ITEMS

  • Trekking poles
  • Travel towel
  • Two water bottles (one litre each)
  • Metal SIGG bottle (useful to fill with hot water to use as a hot water bottle at bedtime)
  • Water purification tablets, such as Lifestraw or SteriPEN
  • Crampons or chained spikes that will fit any boot, if you don't have crampon-suitable boots (for winter departures between December and March)
  • Day pack with rain cover (30 litres +)
  • Duffel bag (for the porters to carry overnight kit) (Provided)

Map & Altitude Graph

Reviews

Steve

USA

No need to look any further for a trekking company in Nepal. In my view, Tika is a one-stop shop. He and his staff will ensure everything is covered in all aspects of your trip. I have trekked with Tika in 2016 Everest Base Camp, 2018 Annapurna Base Camp and most recently in 2023 EBC again. I am planning another trip with a group in the Fall of 2025. Life changing…. That is how I characterize Nepal. Tika Regmi, his guides and porters are the very best. They plan all aspects and the only thing they don’t control is the weather, but fortunately, I have been very lucky on my trips. Please give them a call, text or email as you will quickly know why I am recommending them! You will find that Nepal is a surprisingly affordable place to travel and the people are so welcoming. The culture, religions, and history is the richest I have ever experienced!

Mark Osman

UK

I was recently part of a small group of five who travelled from the UK to undertake the Everest Base Camp trek with Trek Ways Nepal. Overall, I would say the support we had from Tika and his team was outstanding. Tika Regmi and our guide, Pramod, struck exactly the right balance of having a plan, but knowing when to adapt and be flexible to meet our needs. They made the trip safe, rewarding and enjoyable and we were all able to achieve the goals we set ourselves. Tika’s focus on customer service was exceptional; its obvious that he genuinely cares about his clients. I would have no hesitation in recommending Trek Ways Nepal to anyone who wants to tackle this life-affirming challenge.

Frequently Asked Question

The best and suggested time to trek to Everest Base Camp are Mid-September to Mid December (Autumn) and March to late May (Spring). However, this trek is possible year around. We suggest you to trek during the best time of year but we can organize if you need to trek during the monsoon or winter. During the winter it can be done with proper winter gear.

March/April/May/June (Spring)
During springtime, the average temperature is 20°C (68°F), with a high of 25°C (77°F) during clear days and a low of – 15°C (5°F) overnight above 4000 meters.
July/August through early-September (Monsoon)
During the monsoon, the average temperature is 22°C (71.6°F), with a high of 30°C (86°F) during clear days and a low of- 5°C (23°F) overnight above 4000 meters.
Mid September/October/November (Autumn)
The average temperature in autumn is 17°C (62.6°F), with a high of 20°C (68°F) during clear days and a low of – 15°C (5°F) overnight above 4000 meters.
December/January/February (Winter)
The average temperature is 10°C (50°F), with a high of 17°C (62.6°F) during clear days and a low of – 20°C (- 4°F) overnight above 4000 meters.

Yes, you need a sleeping bag sleeping bags rated -10°C (14°F) to -20°C (- 4°F) as per the trekking season you plan. Also, our guide can provide you an extra blankets if needed at the teahouses. It is always good to have a liner which you can buy here in Kathmandu or you can bring from home.

No, on this trek you do not require Crampons. There will not be ice on the trail to Everest Base Camp. If there
 

Yes, you can buy gears in Kathmandu at better price than your home but quality may not be the same. There are some branded items like Rab, North Face, Black Yak, Marmot etc. There are local brands as well. You can rent sleeping bags and down jackets but the other items you need to buy.
 

It is suggested to follow our standard itinerary. However, you can walk faster and finish the trek earlier but it is your own risk. Due to the altitude issue we have designed our itinerary and strongly suggest you to follow it.
 

It depends up on timing, weather condition and your health condition. In general, you will be spending 30 minutes at the Everest base camp. However, you can spend more if time permits or if your health, weather condition is good. This is what you and your guide decide.
 

Yes, you can go Kalapatther for sunset but it will be freezing cold after sun goes down. In general, many people go for sunrise. You can do both is you want to.
 

No, we do not carry oxygen on this trek. Because there is oxygen available in the lodges and you can use if needed with extra cost.
 

If you get sick, we will take you down if you can walk. Or you can take horse down (you need to pay extra for horse ride). If you have basic altitude symptoms then we will stop for the day and see how you feel. If you feel better then we will continue up otherwise we will take you down. If you are serious then we will take you down by helicopter either in Lukla or Kathmandu.
 

If you need to take helicopter rescue down to Kathmandu then we will coordinate with helicopter company who will deal with your insurance.
 

Unfortunately, you cannot buy insurance here in Nepal. You need to buy from your home country that should cover trip cancelation, trip interruption, helicopter evacuation, medical and health expenses etc.
 

Tipping is not in our culture but guides, Sherpa and porter expect tipping. You can tip at the end of the trip.
 

Yes, there are weight restrictions on a lukla flight. You can carry 15kg total (10kg your duffel bag and 5kg hand carry bag). If you have more than that then you need to pay extra (USD 1.5 per kg)
 

If your flight to lukla get cancel then either you try next day or pay extra for the helicopter.
 

Helicopter will fly with the bad weather condition as it has better visibility. But sometime helicopter also can not fly. If you want to fly to Lukla by helicopter then you need to pay USD300-USD500 which depends up on the situation.
 

Due to the air traffic all Lukla flights are from and to Ramechap. Because Lukla flights are always in the morning and there are several international flights lands in Kathmandu airport. There is only one runway in Kathmandu which cause flights on hold. During the main season (Mid -March to Mid -May and October to Mid -November all lukla flight operates from Ramnechap.
 

There are shared tourist vehicle provided from and to Ramechap. They depart 2am from Kathmandu for Ramechap and on return after your flight there are shared tourist vehicle stand by in Ramechap for Kathmandu. It is 5 hours drive.
 

Yes, you can have private vehicle to Ramechap and back if you want with an extra cost.
 

Your guide will pick you up from Kathmandu airport up on your arrival. He will be holding a paper with company and your name on it. You need to carefully look for your name. My guide will assist you to the hotel in Kathmandu.
 

Yes, we will arrange a private transport for you.
 

Yes, all of our guides speak English fluently. Do not expect guide as a native speckers but good enough for Nepalese standard. Beside English our guide speaks Spanish.
 

Yes, our Guides are certified and got Government certificate. Also, first aid trained, skilled and has leading capacity with knowledge of locals.
 

Yes, we do have our staff yearly insured. Also, we do provide full trekking gears initial phase and they are well equipped.
 

We will provide you a porter who will carry your bag. We do have 2:1 porter ratio (1 porter for each 2 people).
 

Porter will carry max 25kg (12.5kg each).
 

Yes, you can have your own porter which cost USD25 per day.
 

Yes, we do provide you a duffel bag. Your entire trekking gears will go in to the duffel bag which porter will carry.
 

Yes, you can leave your suitcase either in our office or in the hotel. Hotel in Kathmandu has free luggage store room. We can help you in this.
 

On a trek we do offer mid - range accommodation. First three nights and last two nights you will have attached bathroom and hot shower. But rest of the lodges does not offer hot shower with attached toilet in. There are common shared inhouse toiled. Rooms are twin sharing basis and they are pretty clean. We can offer Luxury lodges on this trek but the cost may vary.
 

There are no lodges or tea house in the Everest Base Camp. It is not legal to sleep in the base camp for those who does not have climbing permit. Either you have to have Everest Climbing permit or Nuptse climbing permit to stay overnight in a tent in legal.
 

Yes, you can have your own private room but you need to pay extra USD250.
 

Yes, you can have hot shower till Dingboche on the way up. But we do suggest you not to have hot shower after Namche. On the way down you can have shower from Pheriche.
 

Yes, it is better to bring your own face towel and bath towel. However, there are towels in some lodges but good to have your own.
 

Yes, you need to buy toilet paper along the way. They won’t have toilet paper in their toilet.
 

Yes you need to bring your own soap for your personal use.
 

In the village there are rest rooms but not along the way. You need to find private spot along the way for emergency use.
 

There are menu available with varieties of choices. You can pick up any items as per your choice but please be vegetarians. Meats are not suggested as they are not fresh. Basically, there are bread, eggs, potatos, rice, Pasta, noodles, pizza, macaroni, different soups and Dal Bhat (lentil and rice with curry) available along the trek.
 

Yes, we do serve hot and fresh food. They will start preparing and serve once you order your meal.
 

Absolutely not. There are veg meals available and we do suggest you go for veg meals.
 

No it is not a problem. You can still have options but you must tell my guide if you are vegan.
 

Yes, you need to tell us what food you should not eat so our guide can let it know in the lodges.
 

No, you van not use running water because they are not safe. You need to boiled them or purified them.
 

Yes, it is provided which is medicated proof and safe to drink. Our guide will carry purified tablets and add in to your bottle in front of your eye.
 

Yes, you can buy water bottle along the way but you need to pay for that.
 

Yes, you can have boiled water but you need to pay extra.
 

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