Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days

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At a Glance
  • Duration14 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Maximum Altitude5,555 m /18,225 ft
  • ActivityTrekking and Hiking
  • Group Size1-12 People
  • StartsKathmandu
  • EndsKathmandu
  • Best SeasonFebruary, March, April, May, June, September, October, November and December
Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days Highlights
  • Journey to the top of the world’s highest peak mount Everest.
  • Enjoy romantic views from the World's highest-point Hotel "Everest View Hotel".
  • Thrilling Lukla Flight and explore Sherpa town.
  • Visit Tengboche Monastery with its spiritual environment.
  • Trek through we can view dense forests and green meadows.
  • Trek through high-altitude villages Dingboche and Lobuche.
  • Immerse in the unique Sherpa culture, traditions, festivals, and lifestyles.
  • Climb kala patthar for sunrise views of Mount Everest and Surrounding mountains.
  • Reach Everest base camp to view dramatic icefalls and rugged Khumbu glaciers.
  • Enjoy aerial views of the mountains from Lukla flights.

Everest Base Camp Trek Overview-Join on 14 Days Adventure

For every trekker, The Everest Base Camp Trek(EBC) is on their top bucket list, taking you to the base camp of Mount Everest(8848.86m), the highest peak in the world, and offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan mountain range. Amble through the villages of Sherpa and unfold their culture that is spiritually bounded by the monasteries, prayer flags, and chantings, making your journey spellbound through the swift air originating from the high Himalayas that gaze you from above. 

14 Days Mount Everest Base Camp Trek is a premier adventure of trekking in the Solukhumbu district of Northeast Nepal. If you have completed other treks and missed out on treks to Everest Base Camp then you are certainly not getting the complete trekking experience. This region is very famous among national and international adventurous travelers as it gives the optimum level of satisfaction of trek.

The journey starts with an adventurous flight into the land of the Himalayas, Lukla(The World's Most Dangerous Airport) where you do not fly above but side by side with the hills. The journey takes you through the green alpine vegetation, guided by the Dudh Koshi River, and over the chilling suspension bridge. As you gain altitude, walk on the rocky terrain and the ridge with the breathtaking views of the Himalayas and finally over the Khumbu Glacier. 

Walk over craggy peaks tracking the footsteps of famous mountaineers making the way to the iconic starting point for all Everest Expeditions. Enjoy the dramatic performance from sunrise to sunset over the still environment. Comfort your channeling journey through Sherpa community hospitality. Learn more about their culture, hidden below the giant rocks and some on the hilltop welcomed by prayer flags and chanting, including Tengboche Monastery, one of the monasteries in Nepal, where the grand and auspicious Mani Rindump festival is celebrated.

Making it to the Base Camp is not the only Benchmark you make. You will also walk on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sagarmatha National Park, where you get the opportunity to witness rare species of flora and fauna, including wide species of Rhododendron and Lophoporous, but being the national treasures.  

Treks to Everest Base Camp offer the majestic view of  Mount Everest and the lifestyle, culture, tradition, cultural heritage, food habits, and flora and fauna of people in the EBC Trekking area. Generally, this place is famous for Sherpas who are also renowned for mountain climbing all over the World. Tenzing Norgay Sherpa was the first human being to put their foot on the highest point on earth 8848m  Mount Everest. Thousands of climbers have climbed, Mount Everest, today. Nowadays many climbers visit Nepal to do expeditions to Mount Everest.

This long journey toward Everest Base Camp is a thrilling experience that you carry through the rest of your life. After all, it contains every aspect of mountain trekking. Everest Base Camp Trekking will take you through a lot of places including Lukla Airport, at 2846m in height from sea level. Along with this, you will pass through Namche Bazar, another attraction of Everest Trekking as it is an ancient city in the mountain region that has its own unique identity and lifestyle. There are many Buddhist monasteries and ancient museums in this Region. There is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is Sagarmatha National Park which is a natural habitat for many plants, birds, animals, and insects found in the high mountain region of Nepal. Let's not forget the trading hub of this region Namche Bazaar and Gorak Shep as we talk about the best spots on this trekking trail. 

An Epic Everest Base Camp Trek Package is a combo package for adventurous trekkers that not only offers you a hike to Mount Everest but also a lifetime memory that trekkers see along the way.EBC Trek offers you a majestic view of the different mountains in that region. The chief highlights of EBC are Gorekshep, Khumbu Icefall which is a stunning glimpse that you can capture, and a closer view of Pumori, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Mount Everest. Kala Patthar(5555m) is a stunning place that is the last point of the 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek.

Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek Short Route

The route of the Everest base camp trek goes through the villages of the Sherpa people. So, during the 14 days of the Everest Base Camp Trek, you will get a chance to know the festivals like Loshar, Dumji, Funji, Yarchang, etc. We designed the Everest base camp short treks itinerary by including the general route and minimum required days.

Remember us if you are interested in the Everest Base Camp Journey. Our qualified guide and porters will be available all the time. The best times of the year are September, October, November, and March, April, and May. We have qualified members of travel guide and porter.

Firstly, you will land at Kathmandu airport and we will welcome you and prepare a comfortable lodgment another day we will fly from Kathmandu to Lukla, the flight to Lukla is itself a thrilling experience. then trek from Lukla to Phakding, and walk past the town of Lukla. After Lukla, walked along the dense forest downhill. We will cross the Dudh Koshi River over many suspension bridges. On your way, we will see Mount Karyolung(6511m), Mount Kusum Kanguru (6367), Mount Nupla (5885m), and Mount Gongla (5813m), and we will reach the Phakding we will be welcomed by fluttering Tibetan prayer flags. When will have breakfast then our journey starts at the Namche bazaar. We will view the Sagarmatha National part at Manjo on the trail. And Walt toward the following the Duhh Koshi River saw the Rhododendron and pine forest along the way. We will stay at the Namche Bazar and another morning after breakfast, we begin the journey to Tengboche.

After day 6 we will arrive at Trek we head over to Dingbouche. Dingbouche is a village in the surrounding Himalayas of Ama Dablam and Lhotse. Day 7 we will climb to Nangkartshan peak. It is a 2-3 hrs. uphill hike altitude of 5,083 m we will stay there at night and on another day, we will trek Dingbouche to Lobuche. Lobuche after morning breakfast we will journey start at the destination Everest Base Camp ascending along the Khumbu Glacier and take a peek at the ongoing activity in the base camp of the brave team and journey back to Goreshop.

On day 10 we will wake up early before sunrise and trek to KalaPathar to view the sunrise over the KalaPathar (black rock). Take some time to admire the view and descend to Ghorepsep for breakfast and back to Pheriche. On day 11 descend the Pheriche to Namche Bazar and celebrate the successful journey. And another day we will have breakfast and come back to Lukla stay there this day and on another day, we will fly back to Kathmandu.

Upon arrival, we will be transferred back to the lodgment in Kathmandu. And the evening you will join the Fairwall Dinner Organized by the Company in a cultural show restaurant with the Mount Glory Treks team. Final day 14 take breakfast and our representative will pick you up 3 hours before the flight, to the airport.

What makes EBC Trek special in 2024/ 2025?

The Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek remains one of the most popular trekking routes in the world. Mt. Everest (8848.86)m is the world's highest mountain which is located in Nepal. This is attracting trekkers with its beautiful geography and rich cultural experiences. Day by day many teahouses, lodges, and other installations have been comfortable and safe for hikers.

The Everest Base Camp (EBC) journey in 2024/2025 is especially extraordinary due to a few improvements and one-of-a-kind components. Progressed framework, counting superior trails and updated convenience, guarantees a more comfortable journey. Economical tourism activities emphasize eco-friendly hones and community-based ventures, enhancing social involvement. Progressed innovation gives way to better network and security measures, whereas neighborhood celebrations and uncommon social programs offer elite experiences. Favorable climate expectations, off-peak openings, and specialized trekking bundles cater to differing interfaces. Improved well-being and security conventions, dependable flight administrations, and elective courses are included in the request. Recharged post-pandemic intrigued in enterprise travel advance hoists the EBC Trek's appeal, making it a standout enterprise for trekkers.

Why 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek Special for Trekkers?

The Everest Base Camp Travel is moreover called the 14-day EBC Journey of the Everest Himalayan Range. Through this journey, you will learn approximately Nepal’s traditions and culture in expansion to the highest top in the world. This Trek to EBC will raise you to around 5,364 meters in height. It offers clearing sees of various summits rising to 8,000 meters.

During the 14-day EBC Oddysey, travelers can investigate the exceptionally wonderful Sherpa town, see one of the greatest and longest Khumbu icefalls or Khumbu Ice sheet, the interesting and conventional Sherpa culture and religion, exceptionally amazing Lukla Air terminal, which is found in the travel of the Everest Base Camp. We will see diverse sorts of towns and wild creatures on this travel. We will see the marvelous cultivating arrival for potatoes, wonderful Sherpa valley/green hills, and an extraordinary see of the mountains including the Everest locale.

On the Everest Base Camp Trek, we will arrive at the Namche Bazar which is a vibrant market town nestled in the heart of the Everest Region and is a pivotal stop on the EBC which is situated at an altitude of approximately 3,440 meters, Namche serves as a crucial acclimatization point for hikers. Trekkers often take the opportunity to explore the limited winding streets, connect with local people, and pick up a more profound appreciation for the strength and warmth of the Sherpa community that calls Namche home. Another interesting place is Everest View Hotel providing a withdrawal from the trek’s physical demands while offering beautiful views of some Himalayan. And hikers can savor the comfort and warmth of the hotel’s hospitality. We will see the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site. And Tengboche Monastery which is the largest Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu region.

We will view the many adventure things, and spiritual and cultural focal point that enriches the Everest Base Camp trek.

How to prepare for the Everest Base Camp Trek First Time?

Everest base camp is one of the most popular treks in the world. Preparing for an adventure like Everest Base Camp can seem dangerous. For first-time trekkers, there are many things to consider, from packing and fitness to health and equipment. But base camp isn’t a technical trek – it doesn’t require mountaineering experience, nor extensive. As long as you’re prepared to research, plan, and work hard.

Here, are many things to consider when preparing for an Everest Base Camp journey.

  • Research the time of year you wish to travel.
  • Physical training and mental preparation, fitness.
  • Visa processing.
  • Learn about difficulties during the hiking.
  • Prepare your equipment.
  • Learn about Nepal’s history, culture, and customs.
  • Packing lightly.
  • The trekkers must carry waterproof hiking shoes, warm jackets, and sunglasses.

Trek cost for the Everest Base Camp Trek 2024/2025

The Epic Everest Base Camp Trek 14 days (EBC Journey 14 days) is one of the curious trekking trails in Nepal. Everest Base Camp journey costs begin from USD 1420 per individual and decrease depending on group size up to USD 1170 Per Person. Regularly, this is a 12-day travel but it may take 14 days because of the drive-in and drive-out.

This fetch more often than covers permits, breakfast, fundamental teahouse lodging during the EBC travel, three times suppers amid the travel, a proficient English Talking and qualified Trekking guide, and every 2 individuals with 1 porter who is carrying your 20 kg stuff in the entire trip and transportation inside Nepal (including flights from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu), and in some cases extra advantages such as farewell dinner in Kathmandu or rental equip. It's basic to carefully audit what is included in the cost and any potential extra costs to guarantee a smooth and enjoyable trekking experience.

Mount Glory Treks Offers group cost for 2024/2025. Please follow our cost breakdown table.

No of TravelersCost Per Person
2-2USD 1290
3-3USD 1270
4-6USD 1230
7-9USD 1190
10-12USD 1170

Note: If the group size is more than 12 travelers please directly contact our operation team for a special group discount offer.

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Welcome to Kathmandu Nepal! Namaste

Upon landing at the Tribhuwan International Airport, clear all the necessary immigration formalities claim your baggage, and head outside the airport.

Our representative will be waiting outside the airport with a placard. You will be assisted by our team and transferred to the hotel. 

Kathmandu is the first stop for those traveling to Nepal by air. The city is the capital of the country and a political and cultural hub. Once a medieval town ruled by the Mallas and Lichivi, Kathmandu displays the fine architecture of the Newari ethnic group. The city host 7 UNESCO Heritage site. The buzzing traffic and folks of birds in the sky, the fluttering prayer flags, monasteries within the Hindu temple, and the busy yet charming people make Kathmandu a surreal place to be. 

Upon arrival at the hotel, meet your guide and discuss the details of your journey towards the Himalayas. 

Make sure that you have all the necessary gear available with you. If you have missed anything, worry note, there are several stores where you can buy according to your needs. 

  • Max. Altitude:1,400m/4592ft
  • Accommodation:3-Star Hotel

Breakfast at the hotel.

Depending on your flight schedule you will be transferred back to the airport to the Domestic terminal for your flight to Lukla. 

Considered one of the most dangerous airports in the world, the flight to Lukla is itself a thrilling experience. Through the narrow gorge that almost looks as if the wings are about to touch giant hills, the 30-minute flight takes you to the gateway to Everest. 

Upon arrival at Lulka, you will meet the rest of the crew members and begin your trek. 

Today, you will be trekking to Phakding. Walk past the buzzing town of Lulka. After leaving Lukla, walk along the alpine forest downhill. You will cross the Dudh Koshi River over many suspension bridges. On your way, you will witness  Mount Karyolung (6511m), Mount Kusum Kanguru (6367m), Mount Nupla (5885m), and Mount Gongla (5813m). 
 While approaching Phakding, you will be welcomed by fluttering Tibetan prayer flags. 

Situated at an altitude of 2,610 meters, Phakding is a charming village with many local monasteries overviewing the mesmerizing view of the Himalayas. 

Upon arrival at Phakding check in to the lodge and spend your time relaxing.

  • Max. Altitude:2,610m/8,561ft
  • Time:4-5 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Breakfast at the lodge.

Begin your trek along the Dudh Koshi River to reach Monjo. Along the way, walk past the suspension bridge, including the famous Hillary Suspension Bridge (the highest and longest bridge in the Everest region). 

You have a check post of Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo. Show your permits clear all the necessary formalities and continue moving forward.   

Ascend toward Jorsale and walk following the Dudh Koshi River and through the rhododendron and pine forest. The trail starts getting steeper, and you feel out of breath because of the altitude. Here you will catch your first glimpse of Mt. Everest above the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge and finally lead to Namche Bazaar, the largest town and the main tourist hub in Khumbu Region. 

  • Max. Altitude:3,440m/11,284ft
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Today is a rest day to adjust to the low oxygen levels at the high altitude. 

After breakfast, take a short acclimatization hike to the Sagarmatha National Park Headquarters. This uphill hike offers a spectacular view of Namche Bazaar below and its surrounding snow-capped giants. Visit the museum if interested. The museum has all the information about the Himalayan history, geography, culture, mountaineering history, flora, and fauna of the region. 

You can also explore the local market, and monasteries to accustom to the altitude and get a cultural experience of the Sherpa community. 

Make sure to remain hydrated, drink plenty of water, and avoid taking alcohol and smoking. 

  • Max. Altitude:3,440m/11,284ft
  • Time:3-4 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, we begin the trek to Tengboche. 

The trail is probably the most scenic in the Everest Region, offering awe-inspiring views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku. 

Start by descending through and walking past small villages and hamlets. Then the trail starts getting steeper as you walk along the ridgeline. Along the way with occasional glimpses of Mount Everest, you're likely to encounter the beautifully colored Dhampe Pheasant (Impeyan Pheasant), Nepal's national bird, the elusive Musk Deer, and the occasional herd of Elk Deer and Himalayan Tahr (mountain goat). 

Tengboach has the largest monastery in the Khumbu Region. The monastery is home to over 60 monks and is considered one of the world's most prominent centers of Tibetan Buddhism.

Evening, you have the option to visit the monastery and attend the evening prayer ceremony. 

  • Max. Altitude:3,860 m/12729 ft
  • Time:4-5 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, we head over to Dingbouche.

Descend through the birch, fir, juniper, and rhododendron forests until you reach Deboche. Walk past a long prayer wall and cross the Imja-Tse River on a small bridge over the narrow gorge. Once you reach a large Mani Wall Gate, the trail gradually ascends. 

Once at Pangboche, a Sherpa settlement with the Khumbu region's oldest monastery, you see two routes, the upper part leads to the upper village of Pangboche village (3,900m) and the lower trail to Dingboche. Walk through the lower route via Shomare, offering you astonishing views of Ama Dablam, one of the region's most beautiful mountains, and finally to Dingboche. 

Dingboche is a village nestled beneath Mt. Ama Dablam and the surrounding mountains of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Nuptse. The village is known for its potato fields and stone barriers that protect crops from high winds.

  • Max. Altitude:4,350 m/14271 ft
  • Time:4-5 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

On the acclimatization day, hike to Nangkartshang Peak. It's a 2 - 3 hrs uphill hike but takes you to an altitude of 5,083 m, so it might be a bit challenging due to the high atmospheric pressure. Make sure to take it slow and remain hydrated all the time, and reaching the top will surely reward you with the mesmerizing view of Mt. Tawache, Ama Dablam, Island Peak, Lhotse, Everest, and Pumori. 

You also have the option to hike to Chhukung Ri, another popular trekking peak in the Khumbu Valley. Situated at an altitude of 5546 m, the hike offers a jaw-dropping view of Nuptse. 

Later hike back to Dingbouche and spend the remaining day at leisure. There is a small library in Dingbouche you can visit if interested. 

  • Max. Altitude:5615 m/18421 ft
  • Time:3-4 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Today, trek on a well-defined trail to reach Lobuche. 

Start by ascending to the Pheriche Valley with Mani-prayer stupa and through alpine scrub and yak pastures witnessing Tawoch and Cholotse, with Ama Dablam leading to Thokla Pass.

From Thokla, descend towards a trail that offers a mesmerizing view of Nuptse, Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, and a few other peaks leading to Lobuche. After we reach Lobuche at 4910m, we can observe a close view of majestic mountains like Nuptse, Pumori, and Lobuche. 

Lobuche is a small village with stunning views of the surrounding valleys and peaks of Pumori, Nuptse, and Changtse.

  • Max. Altitude:4,910 m/16108 ft
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, march forward to the most awaited terminus of the trek, Everest Base Camp, after you check in to the lodge in Gorakshep. 

To reach Gorakshep, climb up the Khumbu Glaciers and follow the trekking trail till you see small settlements over boulders and rough terrain. Gorak Shep refers to the Graveyard of Crows.
Once you reach Gorakshep, leave your heavy bags and carry the most essentials and start your hike to Everest Base Camp ascending along the Khumbu Glacier. Reward yourself by relaxing and enjoying the view. 

Do note trekking groups are not allowed to go to Base Camp, where the expedition camps are set.
Take a peek at the ongoing activity in the base camp of the expedition team and hike back to Goreshep. 

  • Max. Altitude:5,365 m/17601 ft
  • Time:6-7 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Today wake up early before sunrise and hike to KalaPathar to witness the sunrise view over Kalapathar. 

Kala means Black, and Pathar means rock. The hike to the point is challenging, with steep climbs at high altitudes. But the view is sensational; Khumbu Glacier is below you, and the highest peak, Mount Everest (8,848m), is above you. Take some time to admire the view and hike back to Ghorepsep for breakfast.

Begin this day and make your way back to Lukla. Today, you will trek be trekking to Pheriche. Retract your way back through the Khumbu Glacier. 

  • Max. Altitude:5,555 m/18225 ft
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Today is a long day hike, and the altitude dropping considerably low. 

You will hike past Debuche, Tengboche, and Phunkitanga mostly downhill. Once you approach Namche, you will see a forest. 

Namche has considerably good hotels, cafes, and pubs, so it's a good opportunity to celebrate your successful trek. 

  • Dudh Koshi Gorge
  • Pine trees and Rhodendron forest
  • Himalayan wildlife including pheasants, goats, animals, and insects 
  • Max. Altitude:4,200 m/13779 ft
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Enjoy your breakfast with one final look over the giant Himalayas, and begin your last day of the trek. 

Hike all the way to Lukla. The trail again is mostly downhill, through green vegetation along passing bridges. Once you arrive at Lukla, explore the village on your own. It’s the last day where you will be with your entire crew members, so do spend some time sharing your moments one last time. 

  • Max. Altitude:3,440m/11,284ft
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Mountain Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast,Lunch And Dinner

Breakfast at the lodge and depending on your flight schedule, fly back to Kathmandu.

Upon arrival, you will be transferred back to the hotel in Kathmandu, where the remaining day will be at leisure. 

Evening you will join the Farewell Dinner Organized by the company in the Cultural Show Restaurant with Mount Glory Treks Representative.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400m/4592ft
  • Accommodation:3-Star Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast And Farewell Dinner

Leisurely breakfast at the hotel our 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek Ends. You will have some free time until your final departure. Depending on the flight, our representative will pick you up 3 hrs. prior to the flight, to the airport. 


  • Meals:Breakfast

NOTE: All information in this itinerary is accurate to the best of our knowledge, considering the current situation of the itinerary. But please note that the changes might occur at any time despite our best efforts to improve our program or due to logistical regions such as traffic jams, flight schedules, weather conditions, governmental policies, or any external reasons.  

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B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner 

Route Map

Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days map
What's Included
  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private tourist vehicle.
  • 02 Nights Twin sharing 3-Star accommodation in Kathmandu); Breakfast included. (A single room can be arranged upon payment of an extra price of USD 50 per night).
  • All your standard Meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner).
  • Standard Guest House accommodation while trekking time on a twin-sharing basis.
  • Airfare from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu includes airport departure tax in Kathmandu and Lukla airport.
  • Well, English-speaking Government License Holder and Experienced Trek leader/Guide.
  • Porters to carry your bags(1 porter for 2 guests).
  • Food, Accommodation, salary, insurance, and equipment are for all staff.
  • Everest National Park Permits and TIMS for trekking.
  • All government, hotel, and other applicable taxes.
  • Official expenses.

Complementary From Mount Glory Treks:

  • Mount Glory Duffle(Return After Trek)
  • Mount Glory Treks Company T-shirt.
  • Sleeping Bag (Return After Trek) 
  • First Aid Kit Box which was carried by our trek Leader.
  • Oximeter For monitoring Oxygen levels during the trek
  • Water Purification Tablets.
  • Seasonal Fruits and Snacks.
  • Everest Base Camp Trek Map.
  • Trip Completion Certificate.
  • Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali Restaurant with a cultural dance show.
  • Rescue Service Based on your Travel Insurance: Only in Emergency
What's not Included
  • International Airfare and taxes.
  • Personal Travel Insurance.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • All items of personal expenses.
  • Tipping for a guide, porters, and drivers(tipping is expected).
  • Any other expense which is not mentioned in the price Includes' section.

Note: Please bring 4 passport-size photos, a copy of your passport, and travel insurance at Our First Meeting In Our Office.

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Useful Information

Best Time to Visit Everest Base Camp Trek

1. Spring Season (March-May)

The March to May of spring is considered the best season for the Everest Base Camp journey. In spring, the climate is lovely favorably stable, and perfect for high-altitude climbing. Spring is also a suitable time with trekkers in March, April, and May.

On top of the favorable weather conditions, views with clear sky and colorful Rhododendrons along the travel also focus. However, the best season with the perfect climate comes at a cost. Since it’s the high season, the locale gets reasonably crowded. however, the month of May is the best season to trek Mt. Everest and the encompassing mountains like Lobuche and Island Peak. It ranges from 15 degrees Celsius to 21 degrees Celsius amid the daytime and evenings are slightly cold with temperatures decreasing as low as 5 degrees Celsius to 0 degrees Celsius. The sky is clear and no rain is expected during May.

2. Autumn Season (End of September/October/November)

After spring, the fall season is also a good season to hike to Everest Base Camp. Autumn is the best season of the year for the Everest base Camp Trek. Autumn is also a suitable time with hikers in September, October, and November. Between September, and October. Nepalese Hindu people celebrate their massive festival-Dashain. The festivity’s warmth in the air is a also point in the journey to Mardi Himal during the drop season.

Clear days are features of this popular hiking time. Although cold days and cold nights are to be expected, this is a small price to pay for the wonderful vistas and perfect views of the region’s peaks. It is around 20 degrees Celsius/ 68 degrees Fahrenheit in the daytime and falls to around 5 degrees Celsius/ 41 degrees Fahrenheit at night.

3. Summer Season (June/July/August/mid-September)

Another season that has climbers all suitable for the Everest Base Camp journey is the summer season (June to August) is not the best time to climb the Everest Base Camp trek. Because the temperatures range from 12 degrees Celsius during the day and at night it slips from 0 degrees Celsius to -5 degrees Celsius.

This season is not trekking to Everest Base Camp. Aside from the wet climate which can lead to landslides on trails and sloppy conditions, rain clouds can darken the mountain sees. But temperatures are moreover hotter at this time, and it rains all day each day. The path conditions are not more secure, the trek will be damp and unenjoyable and you won’t indeed be able to get any extraordinary pictures of the wonderful view mountain peaks.

4. Winter Season (December, January, and February)

Winter is among the most unsuitable seasons for climbing at the Everest Base camp. The cold and dry air makes your heart race. The winter (November, December, and January) isn’t necessarily a bad time to trek to EBC, but it’s certainly the off-season.

Weather can get very cold, so you need to be well-prepared for clothes and other materials. This season trekkers are feeling the snowfall. You won’t be hustling for space with other climbers on the route, as it is off-season treks would be empty and also tour prices and flight costs tend to decrease a little bit than other seasons.

Food and Accommodation

The EBC (Everest Base Camp) hike is a teahouse trek. Trekkers stay in teahouses, which are guesthouses designed for this purpose in small villages along the trekking path. The climber stays in teahouses and lodges. You don’t have to carry camping or cooking materials you just hike from teahouse to teahouse. Our trekking guide describes the all things about the trek and should be helpful if you are managing the EBC journey.

Food on the Everest Base Camp Trek

On the journey path, you might not get all the international melas in the Everest Base Camp region, but the taste and proper diet will be enough for this path. There is available typical local Nepali food like Dal Bhat, and some Indian, and Tibetan food, Sherpa Stew (Syakpa also).

During breakfast, you will get an omelet 2 eggs) and toast and tea with milk, and Masala tea. Eggs were always available as an omelet, scrambled, fried, or boiled.
During lunch, the teahouse and lodges offer Nepali Dal Bhat, achars are included (Gundhruk and vatta) and more types of pickles which are made in the home and other types of foods are pasta, momos, and some other meals. 

Dinner will be for the most part comparative to lunch, but it depends on what to eat for your dinner. You will typically eat three meals a day when hiking in the Everest base camp region: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Accommodation on the Everest Base Camp Trek

With the developing business of trekking in the mountain region, numerous well-featured teahouses and lodges have been built up in later a long time. Since the 1970s, cash from climbing lodges has been the major source of wage in many mountain villages.

The teahouses offer comfortable apartments and warm covers. The lodge offers a progressed position of comfort than teahouses. But you discover the homestay serves the best settlement compared to lodges and teahouses. If you need to set up yourself in the trek Jone.

Accommodation will be comfortable looking like the lodges. The apartments have 2 to 3 beds and have no private restroom. The lodges give Wi-Fi services. The cost of the room ranges from USD 7 to 16, depending on the time.

The accommodation and food costs a little more increase rather to the lower part of Everest.

During Kathmandu stay we provide 3-star category accommodation on a BB basis if travelers need more comfortable accommodation we will arrange it as per their request at an additional cost.

Difficulty of the 14-day Everest Base Camp Trekking

During the Everest Base camp trek good preparation and self-determination, the average weekend hikers can complete this journey comfortably. The Everest Base Camp journey is a difficult trek which is a challenging trail of 14 Days and 97 miles on foot. Hikers with no or little mountain trekking experience can face more difficulty while doing this. The trekkers with no similar experience will find this trek delicate. So, touring distance and time of the trek can be problems for some trekkers. However, some factors make it difficult.

Altitude sickness in the EBC

Altitude is the prime thing you need to consider while trekking on the Everest Base Camp path. Mountain sickness is common on the trail; so suitable your body properly before making another gain in altitude.

The trek takes you to high altitude, with Everest base camp situated at 5,364 meters above the sea. Altitude sickness can also be affected by dehydration, alcohol consumption, and lack of sleep. So, it’s important to look after yourself during your trek. Some of the symptoms of altitude, including headache and mild nausea, are likely to be experienced by everyone at altitude in a less extreme form.

The most important of these steps is to ascend at a steady pace and take acclimatization days. We always make sure that we sleep in teahouses/lodges that are lower in altitude than we have been walking that day, as this makes it easier for the body to adjust to the altitude when we are asleep.

Weather and temperature on the EBC Trek

The weather and temperature in the Himalayan are changeable. Hikers nowadays know how and when it can change. The climate and temperature amid your Everest Base Camp journey will shift altogether depending on the month you select for the expedition. From the clear sky and beautiful view of the mountains of the post-monsoon period to the new, scenes of the per-monsoon season, each month offers a special point of view on this travel of a lifetime. Still, the weather and temperatures feel to stay calm in the Autumn and Spring.

Everest Himal Base Camp's normal day temperature in the winter is from 9 degrees to 12 degrees. These temperatures drop by 5 degrees as every 1000 measures you lift. But the nights get cold, and fall a temperature from 0 degrees to 5 degrees. Overall, the temperatures in advanced places are always cold and challenging for individuals living in sticky and low-altitude places.

Permit and Required documents for EBC Trekking

The trekkers are required to carry their allowed reports when they enter Kathmandu Nepal. We prescribe if you visit for the to begin with time in Nepal you fulfill a few terms and conditions with the Nepal law.

To travel in the EBC Region you will no longer require a Trekkers information Management System (TIMS) card. You require your visa details for Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Provincial Region and Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Allow. 

  • The cost of the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit is 3000 Nepali Rupees.
  • The Cost of a Khumbu Pashang Lhamu Muncipility Entry Permit is 2000 Nepali Rupees.

Note: Mount Glory Treks will provide all necessary paperwork.

Guides, Potters, and Luggage During Everest Trek

The porter and guides are more vital in the Everest base camp travel. To make the most of this extraordinary travel, you’ll require a trusted direct and porter to open the full potential of this life-changing journey. With the perfect companion to offer assistance, you travel the territory; you’ll have the opportunity to make recollections that will final a lifetime.

If you travel to the Everest Base camp the experienced porter and direct are the two most vital individuals one needs. Porters carry supplies up and down the mountain whereas direct helps travelers in their travel. This dangerous journey of breathtaking heights and cold climate requires legitimate, learned, and dependable individuals to succeed. The porter carrying luggage during a trip is a great way to spare time and vitality. Every 2 people with 1 porter who is carrying your 20 kg baggage in the whole trip. if you carry additional stuff more than 20 kg you are required to pay the additional charge.

We give our guides and porters the essential security adapts and insurance. Without them, our trips would not be possible.

Electricity/water/Wi-Fi/charging in the Everest Base Camp Route

Wi-Fi offices are accessible on the Everest Base Camp Journey courses. There is a bounty of spots along the EBC climbing routes where you can get to or get Wi-Fi. In any case, the Everest base camp, the Wi-Fi connection, and the connect card benefit are not working appropriately.

When you travel to this locale numerous teahouses and lodges where you can charge your electronic gadgets but you pay the extra charges for this benefit. When you are at a higher elevation it will be difficult to get to the versatile arrange, Wi-Fi, and power. We prompt explorers to travel with intervals control banks.

The water from the sources along the way is risky to drink. So, we proposed not to drink specifically from the nearby source. Mineral water is accessible to purchase all through the way. The showers and clothing were troublesome for the climbers to wash their dress. But these days there are offices made possible for the trekkers. Visitors get hot shower offices in the numerous lodges and homestays. The hot shower costs around USD 4 to USD 15 per use.

Exchange Money and ATM offices are accessible amid the Everest Base Camp Trek

During the Everest base camp travel, getting to ATM offices is accessible but restricted. The primary areas where you can discover ATMs are Lukla and Namche Bazaar. Lukla is the normal beginning point for the journey, and it has a small number of ATMs.

The ATM accessibility diminishes essentially as you advance into the course. It’s pivotal to arrange, carry sufficient cash, and be arranged for the plausibility of questionable or inaccessible ATM offices. So, that you carry adequate cash with you in the whole travel. Since you are swapping the Nepal cash and ATM foundations you can change your cash through cash exchange counters, commercial Banks, and authorized lodges. Each day exchange rates are settled by the Nepal Rastra Bank. The money exchange rate changes day by day.

You can find ATMS in all major cities and on the roadways. You can draw neighborhood cash through your credit and charge card. ATM limits the entirety of cash you can take out per day the withdrawal compel is NPR 25,000 (approx. USD 180) and the single-day control is NPR 60,000 (Approx. USD 500). If it's not as well much inconvenience keep in intellect the neighborhood bank will charge around USD 5 per bargain as a bank advantage charge for each withdrawal.

Why is acclimatization on the journey to Everest base camp so important?

Acclimatization is particularly important in the Everest locale due to the essentially high altitudes. The Everest Base Camp sits at a height of approximately 5,364 meters (17,598 feet). Trekking to such a tall height without legitimately acclimatizing can lead to serious health issues, including Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), and High-Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE). 

To guarantee you acclimatize appropriately amid your Everest base camp journey, your schedule ought to incorporate acclimatization days. Namche Bazar, at an altitude of roughly 3,440 meters (11,286 feet), and Dingboche, at around 4,410, meters (14,469 feet), are two common places where trekkers spend additional evenings for acclimatization.

Acclimatization climbs are too commonly embraced in these towns. In Namche Bazaar, you can climb to the Everest See Lodging or Khumjung Town, whereas in Dingboche, an acclimatization climb to Nangkartshang Top is common. Acclimatizing well is not as it were basic for your well-being and security, but it increases your chances of effectively reaching the Everest Base Camp.

How to book for the Everest Base Camp journey package 2024/2025 on the Mount Glory Trek

We should make sure to visitors please before making your booking make sure that you have read the relevant tour itinerary on our website which we have provided for any of the trekking routes in Nepal don’t miss to read our terms and conditions you should here to know more in detail. It is important that you choose a trekking destination that will be suitable for your abilities.

Mount Glory Treks has been Nepal's renowned leading travel company since 2017 under of the Government of Nepal. We also engage the Nepal Tourism Board and Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Association and many other organizations. You can a booking of the Everest base camp journey package directly by calling +977 984986378 (WhatsApp/Viber), emailing [email protected], or filling out the shape. Here are your contact points of interest for your convenience. We have a very easy and secure online payment system where travelers easily pay 20% of advance booking fee and the remaining amount upon arrival in Kathmandu at our first meeting but last-minute booking require the full amount.

Why Travel Protections when you go through the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek?

Travel protection is an outright need for anybody arranging to set out on the exciting Everest Base Camp journey in Nepal. It serves as a vital defense, moderating major monetary dangers related to traveling, misplaced things, robbery, crisis departure, mishaps, sickness, and restorative issues.

For trekkers in the Mountains locale, the protections cover the taken toll of discussing emergency vehicles, clinical considerations, and so on at coming through issues of tall elevations. You can approach conventional protection companies that offer different protection sorts, including travel protection. The protections cover therapeutic departure, including the costs related to treatment, healing center charges, doctor’s expenses, items of baggage security, sickness, flight cancellation, and the taken toll of vital medication.

Safety and Security During Everest Base Camp Trekking in Nepal

The travelers coming to the Everest base Camp trek should keep in mind the possible dangers that may occur during trekking in the Himalayas such as landslides, altitude sickness, occasional thefts or extortion, and so forth. Safety is a fundamental aspect of the hiking experience and is influenced by its challenges. The Everest Base Camp trek is high in altitude and remote in terms of locality to ensure a smooth and satisfactory journey security is vital.

Major and minor accidents and various unnecessary circumstances can be avoided if safety is kept on the trek. To suggest you some of the safety and security rules to keep in mind are:

  • Do not trek alone
  • Do not display valuables such as money and others.
  • Register personal information and trekking details with your respective embassies.
  •  Buy a travel insurance policy that covers all the responsibility.
  • Leave a copy of the details with us in Kathmandu.

In recent years, the flight to Lukla sometimes departs from Manthali. During the peak trekking season, mostly during March,April And October,November, there is high air traffic, hence to control air traffic, flights are diverted to Manthali and take off from there instead. 

In such case, you will be transferred to Manthali on an early morning drive, around 2 or 3 AM. Or you can drive a day early and have an overnight at a local lodge in Manthali. The drive is approx. 5 hrs,  covering 132 km to the east of Kathmandu. The flight from Manthali to Lukla is approx. 25 mins each way. 

Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days FAQs

  • Mount Everest is, a mountain on the peak of the Great Himalayas of southern Asia that lies on the border between Nepal and the Tibet independent Region of China, at 27°59′ N 86°56′ E. Coming to a height of 29,032 feet (8,848 meters). Mount Everest is the most traveled choose in the world.

  • No, solo trekking is still permitted if it is with a guide, so people can enjoy thrilling journeys without requiring a partner or joining a group. During the journey increase your appetite moreover and diminish your supporting power. Hotels and lodges will also need to believe in you as you are single. There is a high chance of getting sick in the mountain region.

  • If you fall sick during the Everest Base Camp hike, you should consult your trek leader and try to descend to a lower height and continue your journey once you feel better. If your condition doesn’t move forward, you can call for an emergency helicopter clearing to an advanced medical facility office in Kathmandu. You can also attempt the other things if you’re experiencing altitude sickness: breathe in additional oxygen, increase the air pressure, get down in the high passes rapidly, and rest at the same altitude.

  • The Everest Base Camp Trek is popular for its natural beauty, cultural richness, and the coming to the foot of the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest. It pulls in the experience sees of the Himalayas, and the opportunity to encounter the unique Sherpa culture. The hiker offers a different scene, from lavish forests of flowers, and passes through Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site. The challenge of high-altitude climbing, the historical importance of Everest endeavors, and the warm hospitality of local teahouses.

    The Major attractions of Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking Trail are Lukla Flight, Lukla Village, Namche Bazar, Everest View Hotel, Tengboche Monastery, Gorekshep, Everest Base Camp, Kalapathar, Sherpa Culture, festivals, traditions and local lifestyles, mountain panoramic view, Sagarmatha National Park, unique flora and fauna.

  • The total distance covered is around 130 kilometers or 80 miles, beginning and finishing at Lukla. The highest point you'll reach is Kala Patthar, at a rise of 5545m or 18,192ft. See our 14-day EBC Trek Itinerary.

  • Yes, beginners can journey to Everest Base Camp (EBC) with legitimate planning physically, and mentally. The trekkers frequently face challenges that can include walking on rough paths and narrow ways. Beginners may also face challenges from the climate, altitude, and limited facilities.

  • Normally, each EBC trek commences from Kathmandu to Lukla on a flight and walks ahead on foot through Tenzing-Hillary trails. It takes 30-40 minutes to arrive at Lukla from Kathmandu so the EBC journey on a flight is the fastest, easiest, and most reliable transportation. During Kathmandu, we can arrange a car transfer.

  • Lukla Airplane Terminal positions among the world's most dangerous air terminals, rated as one of the most spine-chilling encounters in the Khumbu region. One of the most exciting attractions in the Everest region is Lukla Air Terminal, also known as Tenzing Hillary Airport.

Clients Reviews

  • rating starFirst Time In Nepal 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

    Me and my partner did 14 days Everest base camp trek with Mount Glory Treks. The whole team of Mount Glory is brilliant they provide all the details which is required during our trekking journey. Our guides Amrit and Porter Dawa are very friendly, helpful, and well-experienced. We went in the month of March very perfect time and stunning mountain views as well. If we visit Nepal again for visit we definitely choose Mount Glory Treks for our adventures. We highly recommend it for any type of adventure activities around Nepal.

    Thank You Namaste!

    Rahul MishraIndia,March 12, 2023
  • rating starJourney to World's Highest Peak Mount Everest

    We did 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek With Experienced Guide Amrit and Porter Dawa both are very professional and experienced.

    We use Mount Glory Treks for our trip to Everest they arrange all the necessary arrangements clearly. We are happy for the team and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to visit Nepal for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

    Namaste Dhanyabad!


    Pinkey MishraIndia,March 12, 2023
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