Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

Price starts from

USD $2480


Breakfast in Kathmandu & Full meals on a trek

Start & End Point

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek


Flight and Private Transport


Hotel and Lodge


6-7 hours walking

Max Altitude



193 KM

Trip Grade


Best Time

March to May & September to November


The Everest base camp trek from Jiri can be recognized as the finest classic trail trek in the Himalayas. This journey follows the same route that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa followed in 1953 to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Since the Lukla airport hadn't yet been built, this route was the only way to get to the Everest region back then. For that reason, it is known as a classical route to the Everest base camp.

As you make your way to Everest base camp on this journey, it is obvious that you will be passing through stunning alpine, forests, glacier rivers, and moraines. the route will never fail to impress you with the views of mani walls, chortens, prayer wheels, and many other cultural landmarks. Along this route, trekkers will pass through a lot of villages. Tengboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep are a few of the Everest region villages that are always going to provide you with breathtaking views of mountains like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Makalu, Cho-Oyu and many others.

On this trek, trekkers will have the chance to explore and enjoy the natural landscapes of both hilly and the Himalayan regions. In addition to these fabulous natural landscapes, trekkers will also gain insight into different local communities, culture, people, and their way of life. Most of the time on this trek, trekkers will come across Sherpa people. They are the locals in the majority of regions, and their gracious hospitality has always enchanted their hearts.

The trek from Jiri to Everest base camp is one of the longest and toughest journeys. Most people who attempt this route are highly dedicated trekkers who want to experience actual adventure and experience the thrill of accomplishment. This is a hard journey that is very certain to put your physical and mental abilities to the test. So, before beginning this adventure, we highly suggest you be dedicated and well-prepared.


One of our representatives will be ready for you to meet and welcome you as soon as you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport. After the meeting and greeting, he will soon transport you to the three-star hotel in the heart of the town. As soon as you get to the hotel, you can relax your jetlagged body. After some time, you should prepare for the pre-trek briefing, where all of the details of your trip will be decided. During this time, you will be ready to speak with your trek guide and ask any questions you may have about the adventure. He will explain everything to you.

Also on this day, you will prepare for your Jiri to Everest base camp trek by making a packing list and getting your clothes ready. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

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Today we are heading to the Kathmandu Valley's well-known sights. We will get ready for the city tour following a delicious breakfast at the hotel in the early morning. We'll begin the Kathmandu sightseeing tour after a quick introduction from your tour guide for the day. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square will be the primary destinations of this journey. Following a full-day tour of the valley, you'll go back to your hotel. Once you get to the hotel, you can once again keep an eye out for goods to add to your packing list. You may also look for any further preparations needed for the trek tomorrow in accordance with the advice of the guide. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

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After having an early morning breakfast in Kathmandu, your guide will again give a brief summary of your journey. After completing all the preparation for your Jiri to Everest base camp trek, we will drive you to the local bus station which will head towards Jiri. This journey will be long, but it will be totally worth it as you will pass through the beautiful scenery along the way. As it is a long bus journey, the bus will stop twice. You will have lunch and snacks at these stops. After spending a long time you will finally reach Jiri and head into the lodge. When you get into the lodge, you may relax and take a break there or go for a short walk through the charming town of Jiri. Overnight at the hotel in Jiri.

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After having breakfast, you will go up through an uphill slope to the Chitre ridge before descending to the riverbank and crossing the suspension bridge. You'll go through a lot of teahouses along the way before reaching the suspension bridge, giving you the chance to interact with most of the people. After descending all the way down to Shivalaya you will arrive at the lodge. This will take you roughly 2 hours. Upon reaching Shivalaya, you can walk around the village in the evening. Overnight at the lodge in Shivalaya.

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After enjoying a satisfying breakfast at the lodge, your guide will watch and validate your permit at the check post. After completing the process you will begin your uphill trek toward the Deurali pass. You will have a pleasant view of the mountains and lovely valley from this pass. After enjoying the fantastic views from this point, we descend to Bhandar through a forest route. Overnight at the lodge in Bhandar.

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Today we will start our trek from Bhandar toward Sete. The trek will go down and pass the small village. After crossing a few ascend and descending along the route, we will get down to the river and cross the bridge. After crossing it, we will reach Kinja village. We will have a short lunch break in this village. If it's possible, you will also have fresh fish meat from the river for your lunch. We will trek up toward Sete shortly as your meal is finished. Trekkers can enjoy breathtaking views of Numbur Himal from the hill when going from Kinja to Sete on clear days. Overnight at the lodge in Sete.

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Today we head in toward Junbesi, leaving Sete Village behind. We will head all the way up to the Lamjura pass 3530m which will somewhat prove hard for the trekkers. Moving on you will soon arrive in the village of Ghaurasey which will go through the magnificent rhododendron and pine forests. Ghaurasey is a little village in the midst of a forest with a few homes. After a short break at Ghaurasey, we will continue on the trail to finally reach Lamjura-La pass by crossing the ridge. After spending some time there, we will descend through a forest of fir and rhododendrons, and arrive in Taktor. We will however carry on with our journey to the north side of the valley and eventually descend to the Sherpa settlement of Junbesi. We stay the night at the lodge after spending the afternoon here visiting the village

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Today is the first acclimatization day of our trip. The rest is very important since it allows our body to adjust to the altitude and prevents the effects of it. Although it is our rest day, we will not stay in the lodge all the time. We will do short hikes nearby and be used to the environment. Stay Overnight at the same lodge in Junbesi.

Today we will again go through the forests, where we will view the sights of Everest and nearby peaks for the first time. Early on, you will see Everest from a far distance so the other peaks will appear much taller. You will continue to ascend the trail and descend from Junbesi to Ringmo. From here, the trail ascends once more from Ringmo to Taksindo Pass 2960m. Finally, from this pass, you will descend to Nunthala, where you will spend the night.

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The first part of today's journey will involve walking downhill toward the river and crossing a suspension bridge. You may take in the breathtaking vistas of Karyolung, Gyachung Kang, Khumbila, Kusum Kanguru, and a few more peaks as you make your way down to the river. Following this bridge, you must climb uphill to reach Kharikhola. You will pass through a few villages en route and eventually arrive at Khari Khola. Overnight stay at Khari Khola.

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After a delicious breakfast, it will take us about an hour and a half to travel across the Suspension Bridge and up to Bupsa. Once more passing through the forest, the trail then passes through Khari-La before coming in at Paiya. You'll need about 2.5 hours to complete this. You will enjoy this walk so much, simply because of the stunning mountain vistas along the way. After passing through a few tea shops along the road, you will eventually arrive in Paiya for an overnight stay.

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After having breakfast at Paiya, we will head out for the trek and spend an hour climbing a ridge. The route then descends to Surkhe, which is near the bank of the Dudh Koshi. The path to Phakding continues after that as we go alongside the Dudh Koshi River. Mani Walls, Cheplung Khola, Thado Koshigaon, and Nurning will all be crossed as you go through. You will also enjoy breathtaking views of Kusum Kanguru from here. Then after, we go through quiet paths lined with prayer flags, prayer wheels, and mani walls until we arrive at the settlement of Phakding. Overnight at a lodge in Phakding.

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Namche Bazaar, a well-known town in the Everest region, is where we're going today. We'll start off by following the Dudh Koshi River, then ascend through rhododendron and pine forests which ends with a breathtaking view of the Thamserku and Kusum Kanguru Mountains. Prior to entering the Sagarmatha National Park, our trekking permits will be checked in Monjo. Following your entrance into the park, you'll continue to follow the trail as it gradually descends to the Dudh Koshi River bridge. You'll take a lunch break here on the route to the Jorsale. After lunch, we will continue walking for a few hours through pine-covered forests and through plateaus. Eventually, after some moments, we will arrive at the lively town of Namche Bazaar. You'll check into the lodge as soon as you get to Namche. After resting for a bit, you may explore at nearby bakeries or coffee shops while exploring the town. Overnight at a lodge in Namche Bazaar.

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This is our second acclimatization day of your wonderful trip. Before attempting to go to a much higher altitude, we must spend a day in Namche to become acclimated. Instead of getting sleep, you should keep active by going on short hikes across the area to accelerate the acclimatization process. A lot of things can be done on this day of acclimatization. You can head out for a day trip to Thame village which is an old Sherpa community located on the western side of Namche Bazaar. Besides that, you might choose to visit Syangboche, Khunde, and Khumjung. This will also be a fantastic substitute for the close acclimatization hike. After doing one of these hikes, you will return to Namche. Once you arrive in Namche, you can use the remaining time to visit monasteries or the national park headquarters. Or you just might relax browsing the internet in one of the town's cafés or restaurants. Overnight at the lodge in Namche Bazaar.

Today after breakfast, we will depart Namche Bazaar and head towards Tengboche. Most trekkers describe this trail as the most fascinating route they came across on their way to Everest base camp. First, we go along the main Everest path via the Khumjung and on to Sanasa. Moving on, we'll pass via Tarshinga and basically cross the path to reach Phunki Thenga by the way of the Dudh Koshi River. From this point, you will slowly climb uphill toward Tengboche. After a short while, you'll be standing atop the mountain. You can enjoy stunning views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam from this viewpoint.
Shortly as you arrive in Tengboche, you will check into a lodge and leave with your guide for the Tengboche Monastery visit. He will guide you through the background and ideology of the monastery. After enjoying the surroundings and the Monastery visit, you will then return to your lodge. Overnight at the lodge in Tengboche.

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After crossing Tengboche, the landscape will change to an open grassland since the elevation will start to rise above 4000 meters. In a short while, the trails will descend to Dingboche and cross the Imja River. You will then pass past the magnificent mani stone monuments and ultimately get to Pangboche at 3860 meters. The Pangboche Monastery is the most well-known and historic site in the region. Paying a visit to this location will be worthwhile. Following Pangboche, the trail ascends to Pheriche at a height of 4240 meters. You may get medical services and information on altitude sickness at Pheriche. After taking some information and exploring the village, you will head to the lodge for an overnight stay.

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Today is the third acclimatization day of our journey. Besides resting for a whole day, you will ascend to a ridge above Pheriche. You will be reaching a height of 5000 meters. Since the main idea is to climb high and sleep low, you will come down after finishing a hike. While descending, you can stop to enjoy a cup of coffee and pastries at Dingboche's bakery. After spending some time here, you'll soon come to Pheriche and spend the night there.

Starting the trek you will get to see some beautiful views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Tawache, Pokalde, Makalu, and Nuptse. Before arriving in Lobuche, we will first go through Dughla by crossing the Khumbu Glacier stream. As we continue, we will cross the Thugla pass (4830m) and go over the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier. From Thugla Pass, you can see the magnificent Mount Pumori and the peaks located west of Mount Everest. After taking in the scenery for a bit, we will cross the Thugla Pass and hike through Khumbu Glacier's moraines to reach Lobuche. Moving on, we will cross the High Camp and reach Lobuche. You may go explore the Khumbu Glacier or the Italian Pyramid after your arrival in Lobuche. Overnight at the lodge in Lobuche.

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4,928m/16,164 ft

Since we'll reach our ultimate destination today, it's going to be the most exciting and anticipated day of our journey. We will begin our journey by walking down via the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. After a few challenging walks, you will reach Gorakshep through this path. You will be welcomed at Gorakshep, a town at the foot of Kala Patthar with breathtaking views of Mounts Changtse, Lingtren, Khubutse, and Pumori. Eventually, you will check in at the Gorakshep lodge, leave your belongings, have lunch, and then depart for the Everest base camp. Once you start to notice the colorful flags at the base of the Khumbu icefall, you will quickly realize that you have reached Everest Base Camp.
It is thrilling to arrive at the base of Everest, and it is an accomplishment for every trekker. In order to keep this great milestone in our collective memory, we will make the most of our time in base camp by taking some photos, enjoying the scenery, and celebrating our success. In an hour, we will depart the Everest base camp and return to Gorakshep. When we return to Gorakshep, we'll take the same path we did to get to Everest base camp. Take some time to relax after you get to Gorakshep. Overnight at a lodge in Gorakshep.

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Today on this next most special day, you will wake up early and hike to Kalapatthar. The day prior, you were in Everest base camp but couldn't see Everest. Don't worry, you will view it from a far better perspective today. It takes around two hours to walk from Gorakshep to Kalapatthar. Like other sights in the Everest region, Kalapatthar also greets you with fluttering Buddhist prayer flags. From here, one can view Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Pumori, with every aspect of their amazing beauty.
Likewise, the astonishing Gorak Shep, Khumbu Glacier, Khumbu Icefall, and Everest Base Camp can be seen from the top of Kala Patthar. We take our time while we photograph the breathtaking views of the imposing mountains and surrounding landscapes. While still at Kala Patthar, we will take in the view of the sunlight touching Mount Everest before making our way down to Gorakshep for breakfast. We will then reverse our route back to Lobuche after some refreshments in Gorakshep. We continue on in the direction of Dingboche, leaving the landscapes filled with glacial lateral moraines. Upon arriving in Dingboche, you will check into the lodge and relax to recover from the tough day. Overnight at the lodge in Dingboche.

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There are different ups and downs in the routes as we leave today. Despite the long walk, the surrounding mountains may be seen in endless panoramic views. The spectacular vistas of the Everest region might trigger many stops. We gradually descend while admiring the surrounding Alpine scenery from the picturesque villages of Orsho, Somare, Pangboche, Tengboche, and eventually Namche. When you finally reach Namche Bazaar, you might want to relax at the lodge and think back on your time at Everest base camp. Or, you could decide to hang out at the nearby restaurants and cafés. Overnight at a lodge in Namche Bazaar.

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Today you'll leave the breathtaking mountain beauty behind and descend to Lukla. As we descend, we will go over the towns of Jorsale, Monjo, Phakding, and Lukla. While descending this route, you will go through forests and along hilly pathways, which will yet give you an overall sensation of freshness. Keep in mind that you will need to complete all the necessary formalities to check out of the National Park in Monjo when you return. Further, after going to Phakding and eating lunch there, we will now eventually ascend to Lukla.

Here, we will stop along the route to take one last look at prayer flags, prayer stones, rhododendron and pine woods, and Sherpa settlements. And then, when you finally reach Lukla, you have the option of relaxing with your group and celebrating your accomplishments. Besides that, you could spend some quiet time reflecting on those challenging moments and appreciating how far you've come to get to this phase of the journey. Today is our last day of trekking, and we'll stay overnight in Lukla.

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After taking in one more breakfast in Lukla Village, you will say your final goodbyes to the Khumbu region. Since you must catch an early flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, you must get ready early on this day. Soon after getting on the plane from Lukla to Kathmandu, you will again get a fabulous view of the Everest region's mountains. You'll be able to identify most of the mountains from your window seat this time since you've got plenty of expertise.

Once you reach Kathmandu, you'll see the city's bustling streets again. You'll surely experience a new spark after spending so much time in the mountains. After settling into the hotel, you may go shopping and look at some old Nepali items in the marketplaces. We'll have a farewell meal later tonight. Here, we'll look back on our memorable experiences and ask for your insightful reflections on the trip. After you've enjoyed our delightful dinner, we'll transport you back to your hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

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1,300m/4,264 ft

Your trip to this lovely nation ends today. Exactly 3 hours prior to the departure time of your home flight, a representative from our company will transfer you to Tribhuvan International Airport. We'll have to say goodbye after sending you sincere regards and our best wishes. Even when we say goodbye, we make an effort to get in touch with you regularly via a variety of means and always think back on the pleasant times we have had.


    • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle
    • 3 Nights twin sharing accommodation in Kathmandu at 3* standard hotel with breakfast
    • Private transport to Jiri
    • One full day guided city tour by private vehicle
    • Trekking permits and Tims permits
    • Flight tickets to Kathmandu from Lukla
    • Khumbu Gaunpalika tax
    • Gaurishankar entrance permits
    • All meals during the trek (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
    • Accommodations during the trek (with 6 nights attached toilet with hot shower
    • Gov. licensed and well trained English speaking guide and his entire expenses
    • A porter (One porter for each 2 members) and his entire expenses
    • Insurance of Guide and Porter
    • All required local tax and Gov tax
    • Down jackets and sleeping bags
    • Trekking route Map


    • Nepal arrival visa
    • Meals in the city except breakfast and above mentioned special dinner
    • Monument entrance fees
    • Your personal nature expenses eg. All drinks,Mineral water, Beer, Coke and entire beverage

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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. There is road access further than Jiri (Shivalaya) where you can take direct transport from Kathmandu. This way you will save a day. Let us know if this is the case.

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.

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 Kathmandu from 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 cannot fly. If you want to fly to Kathmandu 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 Ramechap. They depart 7am from Ramechap. It is 5 hours drive. If you want a private transport there will be an additional charge.

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.

However, during the Everest expedition season (April to June) there are several tents where you can spend a night.

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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