Everest Base Camp Trek

All Inclusive Package & Departure Date for 2024 | 2025

Trip Facts

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Group Size: 2 - 10 People in Group
  • Trip Type: Teahouse Trek
  • Season: March-June & Sept-Dece
  • Trek Start & End: Kathmandu
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel & Lodge in Trek
  • Transport: Flight & Private Vehicle
  • Food: As Per Itinerary
  • Max Elevation: 5,545m | 18,193ft

Highlights

  • Breathtaking journey to Everest Base Camp in just 14 days.
  • All meals inclusive of 13 breakfasts,11 lunches 11 dinners.
  •  Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas.
  • Experience the unique Sherpa culture and traditions.
  • Witness stunning panoramas of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.
  • Cross-suspension bridges over roaring rivers.
  • Visit ancient monasteries and immerse yourself in spiritual serenity.
  • Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Experienced guides and porters ensure your safety and comfort.
  • Accommodation in teahouses with meals provided.
  • Suitable for all levels of fitness and experience.
  • Create lifelong memories in the world's most renowned trekking destination.
  • Let the Himalayas mesmerize you and leave an indelible mark on your soul.

About Everest Base Camp Trek

You are heartily Welcome to the world's popular breathtaking journey to Everest Base Camp Trek, brought to you by Nepal Spirit Adventure! Prepare to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that will take you to the roof of the world and immerse you in the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas.

Walking to Mount Everest Base Camp is one of the most renowned trekking destinations in the world, the Everest Base Camp Trekking offers a thrilling and rewarding experience for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. This carefully crafted itinerary is designed to provide you with an unforgettable encounter with the majestic Mount Everest and its surrounding peaks, while also allowing you to explore the unique Sherpa culture and picturesque landscapes of the Khumbu region.

Memorable Experiences And Challenging:

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is physically and mentally demanding, but the memories you create are priceless. Along the way, you'll spin prayer wheels, visit Buddhist monasteries, and meet friendly Nepali people. The stunning vistas, the camaraderie with fellow trekkers, and the sense of accomplishment make this adventure unforgettable. Remember, this trek is not just about reaching the base camp -it's about the entire journey and the experiences that shape it and the memories you create during this trek will stay with you forever.

During this exhilarating journey, you will trek through charming Sherpa villages, traverse ancient trails, and witness stunning panoramas of snow-capped mountains, including the iconic Ama Dablam and Lhotse. Along the way, you will cross suspension bridges over roaring rivers, visit ancient monasteries, and bask in the serenity of the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Once again, Trekking to Everest Base Camp is physically and mentally challenging, but the stunning vistas and unique cultural experiences make it worthwhile.

What is the best season for the Everest base camp trek?

The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp depends on various factors, including weather conditions, visibility, and trail congestion, let’s explore the different seasons and their suitability for this iconic trek.

Spring (February to May):
The spring season offers pleasant weather and fewer crowds, blooming landscape-witness spring blooms along the trails. The trekkers have the personal choice to trek to Everest Base Camp during early April and loved their experience. While the true climbing season for summiting Everest occurs in April and May, the fall season offers clear skies and magnificent scenery, making it the more favorable time for trekking and the reason, why the Spring season is good for the Everest Base Camp trek.

Ideal Weather: Spring months offer stable and dry weather, making it perfect for trekking and high-altitude climbing.
Vibrant Scenery: The region is adorned with flowering rhododendrons, creating a colorful backdrop.
Busy Rotes: Keep in mind that this is the most popular time for Everest summits, so expect many climbers and support crews on the trails.

Fall (September to October):
The fall season is also a good time to trek to Everest Base Camp and visit several tourists due to the following verities weather.

Clear Day: Fall brings clear skies and excellent visibility.
Cold Nights: While days are pleasant, nights can be colder but could be a good trek.
Less Crowded Routes: Consider exploring less popular routes like the Gokyo Lakes Trek to Everest Base Camp during this season.

Autumn ( Late September to November): The Autumn season is the best month to Trek to Everest Base Camp, most trekkers from different nationalities visit the Everest Base Camp during this season for the following reasons.

Dry and Clear: Autumn is the peak season with dry and clear days.
Trail Traffic: Trails are busiest during this time.
Stunning Views: Enjoy breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas.

Off-Season (Last week of December to January): Despite very cold temperatures, trekking is still possible, less crowded but can see the excellent mountain views, and shorter days- expect shorter daylight hours. You can still trek the classic route to Everest Base Camp, but be prepared for sub-zero temperatures at higher altitudes area. In summary, consider either spring or fall for your Everest Base Camp trek. Each season has its unique charm, so choose based on your preferences and availability for happy trekking.

Acclimatization:

A journey to Mount Everest Base Camp is a top high-altitude foothill walk. Before reaching the Everest Base Camp, the acclimatization day is necessary for every trekker, even solo, or group join base it doesn’t matter! There is always a good question why for acclimatization day?

The answer is: Proper acclimatization is crucial to avoid altitude sickness, spending extra days at specific altitudes (e.g.Namche Bazaar and Dingboche) helps your body adjust to the thin air.

Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary:

The trek itinerary is another factor in achieving the Everest Base Camp at 5364m. The classic 12-day Everest Base Camp trek covers terrains, from lush forests to rugged mountain trails.

Here's a brief overview of the itinerary:

Day 1: Fly to Lukla and hike to Phakding. Approximately 4 hours trek.
Day 2: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar. Approximately 7 hours walk.
Day 3: Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar. Hike to Syanboche for the best mountain view.
Day 4: Continue the trek to Tengboche. Approximately 6 hours walk.
Day 5: Trek to Dingboche. Approximately 6 hours walk.
Day 6: Another acclimatization day. Better hike to Nangkartshang Gompa for a view of Mt. Makalu.
Day 7: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche. Approximately 6 hours walk.
Day 8: Trek to Gorak Shep, visit Everest Base Camp (5,364m), and return to Gorak Shep for a night stop. Approximately 8 hour's walk.
Day 9: Trek descends to Pangboche. Approximately 6 hours walk.
Day 10: Trek back to Namche Bazaar. Approximately 6 hours walk.
Day 11: Return to Lukla. Approximately 7 hours walk.
Day 12: Morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, approximately 35 minutes flight.

Why Nepal Spirit Adventure?

At Nepal Spirit Adventure, we prioritize your safety and comfort throughout the trek. Our team of experienced guides and porters will accompany you, ensuring your well-being and providing fascinating insights into the local culture and natural wonders that you encounter along the way. We take care of all logistical aspects, including accommodation in tea houses, meals, and permits, so you can fully immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring surroundings without any worries.

Whether you are an experienced trekker seeking a new challenge or a first-time adventurer with a desire to conquer the Everest region, our '14-Day Everest Base Camp' starting and ending in Kathmandu inclusive of day one arrival-welcome pickup from the Tribhuvan International Airport, day fourteen, farewell departure from hotel to KTM's airport drop for flight back to your home country or explore another destination. Trek is designed to cater to all levels of fitness and experience. Join us on this extraordinary expedition and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Lukla Airport:

Lukla Airport is one of the most challenging and dangerous airports in the world. The runway is incredibly short and slopes upward into the mountain to help arriving planes slow down. For departing planes, this incline becomes a decline, allowing them to gain speed for takeoff. Fortunately, flights to Lukla are usually successful, but it's an adrenaline-filled experience and our flight arrived safely in Lukla, marking the start of our Everest Base Camp adventure.

Trip Important:

Main trekking season (April to May and October to November) all the airline flights to Lukla from Ramechhap-Manthali airport, which is about 130 kilometers from Kathmandu and requires 4 hour's drive. A private vehicle is available according to your requirements.

"Get ready to embark on an epic adventure to Everest Base Camp with Nepal Spirit Adventure. Let the Himalayas mesmerize you and leave an indelible mark on your soul."

Everest Base Camp Trek

Itinerary

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We are landing at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport where our airport representative receives you for the short drive to your respective hotels in the hub of Kathmandu. After checking into your nice rooms with resting after a jet lag, and then rendezvous with another group member of Everest Base Camp Trekking, where our guide/leader will brief you with information regarding the Everest Base Camp treks, service details, and look trek equipment overnight 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Accommodation: 3 Start Hotel
  • Location: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1,315m | 4,314ft

Flight time for Lukla usually happens early morning when a short drive takes you to Kathmandu airport, after checking in at the respective airline's counter with security board a small aircraft for a scenic short of 30 minutes to land at Lukla's small airstrip. 

During air grand panorama of Himalayan peaks with Everest and Makalu at a close distance as the plane heads to the runway to stop at the parking area at Tenzing and Hillary Airport in Lukla. With time here for refreshing stops and then a walk starts accompanied by our native guide and porters, beginning with a pleasant start downhill past Lukla town to reach Dudh Kosi River valley with Sherpa farm villages as our route leads further encountering prayer walls and spinning bells to reach our first overnight stop at Phakding village. 

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Phakding
  • Altitude: 2,610m | 8,562ft
  • Walking Hours: 3-4 hours: 5.1 Miles 8.2 Km

Our second-day walk is quite long due to an increase in heights as morning starts beyond Phakding entering a river gorge and crossing over a bridge to reach a nice lovely village at Monjo with views of Thermasarkhu peaks

From here short descent to enter Sagarmatha National Park, where all trekkers have to obtain National Park permits, as TIMS (Trekking Information Management Systems) pre-obtained in Kathmandu. Sagarmatha is a Nepalese name for Everest, whereas local Sherpa of Tibetan origin languages calls Chomolungma in both words means Great Mother.

From here cross over a bridge to reach Jorsalle the last village before the climb to Namche Bazaar, at Jorsalle for possible lunch stops and then walks lead towards river banks into lovely woodland of pines and rhododendron after crossing a last high suspension bridge with a gradual climb on the winding road facing views of Kongde-Kusum Kanguru with Everest and Lhotse to reach famous Namche Bazaar. 

Namche Bazaar is located 3,440 m high with amphitheater landscapes adorned with several well-built houses serving as hotels, lodges, and resorts. At Namche for overnight stops with grand views of Kongde and Thermasarkhu peaks and time for short walks around the lines of its streets with well-stocked shops and stores and many restaurants and fresh bakeries.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Namche Bazaar
  • Altitude: 3,440m | 11,287ft
  • Walking Hours: 7 hours: 6.8 Miles 10.9 Km

At Namche Bazaar for a rest day to support acclimatization at this right altitude of above 3,000 m high, on this day take a short hike to Everest View Hotel above Namche Bazaar, the first Porsche hotel or resort of the Khumbu area. 

This place offers grand views of Everest and Amadablam peaks with other adjoining peaks within beautiful green woodland of tall rhododendrons and silver fir trees. Other options will be walking high above Namche at the Park Museum area facing mighty views of Everest, Lhotse, and stunning looking Amadablam peaks, with time to visit the museum of great interest with full information of the Khumbu areas for Sherpa culture and history.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Namche Bazaar
  • Altitude: 3,440m | 11,287ft
  • Walking Hours: 3 hours: 3.4 Miles 5.4 Km

From Namche morning a short steep climb to reach a gradual scenic trail, where the walk leads on the winding path facing glorious views of Everest with magnificent Amadablam within a cool shade of the woodland. As the walk progresses downhill to reach a bridge over the Imjatse River to a small place at Phunge-Tenga situated forest, a possible lunch stop here where an afternoon walk takes you to a climb into a cool shade forest of quaint woodlands of rhododendron, pines, firs trees, and then reaching a small plateau at Thyangboche with an amazing panorama of mountains with Everest in views.

At Thyangboche visit its colorful and impressive monastery and witness the priest-lama and monks active in prayer in the grand surroundings of tall trees and mountains. Thyangboche is a scenic and beautiful spot where once a year in the month of mid-October or November a festival is held called Mani-Rimdu, where you can observe monks adorned in different deities' masks wading evil spirits overnight at lodge.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Tyengboche
  • Altitude: 3,860m | 12,644ft
  • Walking Hours: 5-6 hours: 6 Miles 9.6 Km

Morning views of Everest and magnificent Ama-Dablam, walk leads downhill for a few hours to the bridge over Imjatse River, after the bridge walk on the open country where the tree lines disappear only for a few sparse vegetation and juniper bushes, walking on the gentle uphill for a while to reach at Pangboche village at 3,900 meters.

This point is the last permanent village before Dingboche and beyond, from here a slow climb to Somara for lunch and continues walking on the nice terrain with the last climb to Dingboche village for an overnight stop, located in the Imjatse valley with the picturesque panorama of snow-capped mountains including North Face of Ama-Dablam.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Dingboche
  • Altitude: 4,410m | 14,469ft
  • Walking Hours: 6 hours: 6.5 Miles 10.5 Km

A full rest day at Dingboche for better acclimatization to make sure that every member in the group is well and fit for the onward journey to Everest base camp, Dingboche takes a short hike to Nangkartshang hill for a great panorama of Imjatse valley with Island, Taboche peaks includes views of world’s fifth-highest Mt. Makalu towards east direction.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Dingboche
  • Altitude: 4,410m | 14,469ft
  • Walking Hours: 4 hours: 3.2 Miles 5.1 Km

Morning on leaving Dingboche with a steep climb up to a ridge lined with prayer flags and Buddhist monuments Stupas, facing grand views of peaks where the walk from here leads on a gradual uphill to reach ThuglaA small place with about 2-3 tea houses serving as lunch stops located at the end of massive Khumbu glaciers that melt into a torrential river.

From here a steep climb for an hour to reach Thugla ridge top. Here witness some memorials of unfortunate climbers around the mountains of high Khumbu and Everest, after a refreshing break walk is easier with a slow climb to reach Lobuche situated in a corner of the valley beneath Lobuche peaks. Overnight at Lobuche in its nice and cozy lodge with views of Nuptse peaks towards Everest and Lhotse.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Lobuche
  • Altitude: 4,910m | 16,863ft
  • Walking Hours: 6 hours: 4.5 Miles 7.9 Km

After a pleasant stop at Lobuche, a walk leads towards our main highlights of the journey to reach our much-awaited destination Everest Base Camp, where they walk in the morning leads on the pleasant path and then a short climb to reach higher ground. Then back on nice trails reaching a place where you can visit Glass Pyramid place, a metrological station's joint venture of the Italian and Nepalese Governments, surveying the weather and movement of ice and glaciers. From here with interesting information about the project walk leads towards moraine and ice above Khumbu's massive glaciers and then a short descent to a wide-open field at Gorakshep, a place with few lodges.

Gorakshep was an original Everest base camp before it moved further east. After a short stop and rest heading towards our goal walking into moraine and rocks to reach Everest base camp in the backdrop of mighty Khumbu Ice Falls and glaciers. Everest is hidden between the peaks of Lho-la and Nuptse where a tip of Everest can be seen from the base camp, with ever-present views of towering peaks after an exciting moment of the adventure heading back to Gorakshep for the last overnight on the highest point of the journey.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Gorakshep
  • Altitude: 5,140m | 16,863ft
  • Walking Hours: 7 hours: 7.3 Miles 11.7 Km

Gorakshep is located beneath Kalapathar and a lofty peak of Pumori, morning a steep climb heading into a rocky path with vigorous breathtaking uphill to reach the top the highest spot of the adventure at Kalapathar, situated above 5,545m facing a sweeping panorama of high giant mountains a view of Pumori and Everest at close distance. 

After a glorious scenic moment descend to Gorakshep and continue walking on the same trail back to Lobuche to reach Thugla, where the path from Dingboche and Pheriche splits as our walk leads downhill towards a flat windy valley of Pheriche. Walking for an hour on the scenic valley to reach Pheriche a settlement with a number of good lodges to stay with views of Amadablam-Taboche-Cholatse with other series of peaks, at Pheriche for an overnight stop.

NOTE:If we do not climb up to Kala Patthar, the trekking journey will be 7.1 Miles and 11.5 Km in 5 hours only.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Lodge | Teahouse
  • Location: Pheriche
  • Altitude: 4,240m | 13,911ft
  • Walking Hours: 7 hours: 9.4 Miles 15.2 Km

From Pheriche, a morning walk leads to the end of the valley with a short descent to a river and then climbs to a ridge with a Stupa, where the walk leads to a long descent past Somare and Pangboche villageAfter Pangboche retracing the journey back uphill to Thyangboche and then downhill to Imjatse River with a steep climb for some time to reach Lobesa and Shanasa villages and then on an easy walk to a small beautiful place at Kyanjima.

The walk continues on route Namche with wonderful views of Everest-Lhotse-Nuptse-Amadablam with an array of peaks, some of the areas on the walk lead you to a pleasant place where sometimes one can spot some wild-life like Musk Deer, a herd of Himalayan Thar with colorful Danphe (Lophoporous / Impeyan Pheasant) national bird of the country. Finally, the walk ends overnight at Namche Bazaar after scenic walks of the day from Pheriche.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Teahouse | Lodge
  • Location: Namche Bazaar
  • Altitude: 3,440m | 11,287ft
  • Walking Hours: 7 hours: 12.1 Miles 19.5 Km

Today is our last walking day of the adventure, morning walk on the best pleasant path where the walk follows the Dudh Kosi River to Phakding village and then heads towards Ghat and Tade-Kosi small areas with the last climb to reach the main gate of LuklaAfter a final climb of the journey rest of the walk is easy going through Lukla town and its markets place to our overnight stop in a nice lodge at Lukla celebration with fellow trekkers and staff.

  • Meals: B L D
  • Accommodation: Teahouse | Lodge
  • Location: Lukla
  • Altitude: 2,840m | 9,318ft
  • Walking Hours: 6 hours: 11.9 Miles 19.1 Km

From a Luklamorning scenic flight back to Kathmandu with fantastic views of mountains from the plane on landing at Kathmandu airport, our staff transfers you back to the hotel around the Thamel area with the rest of the day free at leisure.

  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Location: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1,315m | 4,314ft

After a wonderful time at Everest Base Camp Trekking with the grand service of Nepal Spirit Adventure, as per the flight time transfer to the international air terminal for your departure homeward bound or to the next respective countries.

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    Cost Details

    • Private vehicle for arrival and departure transfer.
    • Two-night 3-star hotel (twin sharing room) in Kathmandu with breakfast.
    • Domestic flight fare from Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu.
    • Kathmandu and Lukla domestic airport departure taxes.
    • Tea house (lodge) accommodations (twin sharing room) along the trek.
    • Three times a daily hygienic food (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
    • Daily 3 cups of tea or coffee (black).
    • Experience trek guide inclusive of his daily wages such as food, accommodation, transportation, and trek insurance.
    • One porter for two trekkers1:2 including his daily wages such as food, accommodation, transportation, and trek insurance.
    • One assistant guide for ten people in the group, including his daily wages and insurance.
    • Trek route permit Sagarmatha National Park permit.
    • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Development entry permit.
    • Trekking Equipment: Inclusive sleeping bag, down jacket, and duffle bag (return after the trek).
    • Arrangement of emergency (it may require).
    • General Medical Kit.
    • The Nepal entry visa fee can be received after you arrive in Kathmandu.
    • Excess Baggage Charge: If you have more than 15 kg weight of luggage required to pay the extra cost, per kg approximately $1-$2
    • Trek & Travel Insurance:Your travel insurance (compulsory).
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
    • Extra Night:  Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
    • Personal Expenses: Your expenses, all the alcoholic, and non-alcoholic drinks, internet, laundry, battery recharge, extra porters Sweet things like a chocolate bar, and a hot shower during the trek.
    • Tips for the guide and staff.
    • Personal Trekking Equipment: Bring your personal ebc trekking equipment
    • International airfare.

    Dates & Prices

    Departure note

    Group join online published dates are guaranteed for departures. The private ebc trek can be organized on any date in the year, for your tailor-made trips talk with our travel experts.

     

    Departure DateStatusPriceNote  
    26 Apr, 2024 - 09 May, 2024AvailableUS$1350Confirm
    29 Apr, 2024 - 12 May, 2024AvailableUS$1350Confirm

    Useful Information

    Are Acclimatization Days necessary for Everest Trek?

    Yes, acclimatization days are necessary for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Acclimatization refers to the process of adjusting to high-altitude environments to prevent altitude sickness and ensure the well-being of trekkers.

    During acclimatization days, trekkers have the opportunity to explore the surrounding areas, take short hikes to higher altitudes, and then return to lower altitudes for sleep. This process helps the body adjust to the decreasing oxygen levels and reduces the risk of altitude-related illnesses.

    14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek's package includes two acclimatization days at Namche Bazaar and Dingboche.

    Is the Everest Base Camp Trek Fit for Me?

    The Everest Base Camp Trek is suitable for individuals with a good level of physical fitness and a sense of adventure. While it is a challenging trek, it is accessible to a wide range of people who are willing to prepare themselves physically and mentally.

    At Nepal Spirit Adventure, we offer different trekking itineraries tailored to different fitness levels and preferences. Whether you are an experienced trekker seeking a challenging adventure or a first-time trekker with a sense of adventure, we can provide guidance and support to help you make the most of your Everest Base Camp Trek.

    Best season to visit Everest Base Camp Trek

    The best season to visit Everest Base Camp is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These seasons offer the most favorable weather and trekking conditions in the Everest region.

    Both spring and autumn seasons are popular among trekkers due to their favorable weather conditions and visibility. However, it's important to note that the weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, and there may be occasional rain or snowfall even during these seasons. It's always advisable to check the weather forecast and be prepared with appropriate clothing and gear.

    Upon Arrival Airport Pickup

    Upon arrival, we provide convenient airport pick-up services to ensure a smooth start to your Everest Base Camp trek. Our friendly and experienced staff will be waiting for you at the airport, holding a sign with your name for easy identification. During the transfer from the airport to your hotel in Kathmandu, you can sit back and relax while enjoying the scenic drive through the vibrant city.

    Nepal Spirit Adventure takes pride in providing excellent customer service right from the moment you arrive in Nepal. Our airport pick-up service is just one part of our commitment to making your Everest Base Camp trek a memorable and hassle-free experience.

    What type of accommodation do you provide along the trek?

    During the Everest Base Camp trek, accommodations are provided in teahouses along the trekking route. Teahouses are basic but comfortable lodges that offer a cozy place to rest and rejuvenate after a day of trekking. Nepal Spirit Adventure ensures that the teahouses selected for your accommodation during the trek are clean, comfortable, and safe. Our experienced guides will assist you in finding suitable accommodations and make the necessary arrangements to ensure your stay is pleasant.

    We strive to provide the best possible accommodations during your Everest Base Camp trek, allowing you to rest and recharge for the next day's adventure while immersing yourself in the beauty of the Himalayas.

    MEALS CONDITION IN EVEREST BASE CAMP TREKKING

    During the Everest Base Camp trek, meals are provided at the teahouses along the trekking route. These meals offer a combination of local and international dishes to cater to different tastes and dietary preferences. Breakfast options typically include items like toast, eggs (boiled, fried, or omelet), pancakes, porridge, muesli, and hot beverages such as tea or coffee. This hearty breakfast helps fuel your energy for the day's trekking ahead.

    Lunches during the trek consist of a variety of options, including sandwiches, fried rice, noodles, pasta, momos (dumplings), and soups. These meals provide a good balance of carbohydrates and proteins to keep you energized during the trekking hours.

    Nepal Spirit Adventure understands the importance of providing hygienic and nutritious meals during the trek. In cities: Like Kathmandu, only breakfast is included in the package. On the trek, we provide full board meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) in your Everest Base Camp Trek Package. Our guides will assist you in making suitable food choices and ensuring that your dietary needs are met to the best of our abilities.

    Our Experienced Trek Crew

    At Nepal Spirit Adventure, we take pride in our team of experienced trek crews who are dedicated to providing you with a safe and memorable Everest Base Camp trek experience. Our trek crews are knowledgeable, skilled, and passionate about the mountains and the region's rich cultural heritage.

    We also have a team of reliable and strong porters who will assist with carrying your luggage during the trek. Our porters are well-trained in handling trekking equipment and ensuring the safe transport of your belongings. They play a vital role in lightening your load, allowing you to focus on the trekking experience.

    The safety and well-being of our trekkers are our utmost priority. Our trek crews are trained in first aid and have a good understanding of altitude-related illnesses. They are equipped to handle any potential challenges that may arise during the trek, ensuring your safety and providing necessary assistance.

    Trip Safety While You Trek with Us

    Trekking to Everest base camp with us, we take care of our clients, safety is our priority and the trip itinerary has been designed by travel experts and veteran guides who have trekked this route innumerable times.

    To prevent AMS, the required number of rest days has been added to the itinerary. Our guides always carry a first-aid kit and pulse oximeter (to measure the oxygen level in your blood) with them. The guides assigned to you have more than 10 years of experience and know what steps to take during an emergency. They are well-trained in wilderness first aid and crisis management.

    If a client shows symptoms of AMS and needs to descend to a lower elevation, an assistant guide will escort him/her and will follow the safety protocol. He will closely monitor the client’s condition and take the required steps needed for the client's well-being.

    If they feel alright after a night’s rest, the guide will escort the client back to join the group. But if the condition worsens, the client will be escorted down to a lower elevation or get airlifted to Pokhara or Kathmandu for expert medical aid.

    Is trekking equipment included in the trip package?

    Yes, It is inclusive: We provide you sleeping bag, down jacket, and duffel bags those trek equipment must be returned to the company after the EBC trek.

    What Should I Pack for the Trek?

    Certainly! Packing for the Everest Base Camp trek requires thoughtful planning to ensure you’re well-prepared for the challenging terrain and varying weather conditions. Here’s a comprehensive list of essentials.

    Clothing:

    • Layering is key! Choose moisture-wicking fabrics to keep you warm and dry.
    • Base Layer: Lightweight, quick-drying long-sleeve tops and bottoms (thermal or synthetic).
    • Mid Layer: Fleece or down jacket for insulation.
    • Outer Layer: Waterproof and windproof jacket (Gore-Tex or similar), Waterproof pants.

    Headwear:

    • Warm hat (to cover ears) and sun hat.
    • Sunglasses with UV protection.

    Gloves:

    • Lightweight liner gloves.
    • Waterproof outer gloves.

    Footwear:

    • Sturdy hiking boots (broken in).
    • Woolen socks (several pairs).
    • Gaiters (to keep snow and debris out of boots).

    Miscellaneous:

    • Comfortable trekking pants (convertible to shorts).
    • Thermal underwear optional but useful for cold nights).
    • T-shirts and lightweight hiking shirts.
    • Undergarments.
    • Swimsuit (for hot springs if you’re interested).
    • Sandals or camp shoes (for evenings).
    • Buff or neck gaiter (versatile for sun protection or warmth).

    Gear and Equipment:

    • Backpack: A comfortable daypack (around 30-40 liters) for daily essentials.
    • Sleeping Bag: Rated for sub-zero temperatures (down or synthetic).
    • Trekking Poles: Helpful for stability and reducing strain on knees.
    • Headlamp or Flashlight: Essential for early morning or late-night walks.
    • Water Bottle or Hydration System: Stay hydrated!

    Snacks and Energy Bars:

    • Trail mix.
    • Energy gels.
    • Chocolate & Biscuite.

    Personal First Aid Kit:

    • Include bandages.
    • Blister treatment.
    • Pain relievers, and any necessary medications.

    Toiletries:

    • Toothbrush.
    • Toothpaste.
    • Wet wipes.
    • Hand sanitizer.
    • Toilet paper.

    Sunscreen and Lip Balm:

    • High-altitude sun exposure can be intense.

    Camera or Smartphone:

    • Capture those stunning views!

    Chargers and Power Banks:

    • Charging facilities are available at tea houses.

    Trekking Map and Guidebook:

    • Useful for navigation.

    Duffel Bag or Dry Bag:

    • To store extra gear.
    • Carried by porters.

    Permits and Documents:

    • Sagarmatha National Park Permit.
    • TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card.

    Passport and Visa:

    • Ensure they’re valid for your entire stay in Nepal.

    Travel Insurance:

    • Covers emergency evacuation and medical expenses.

    Miscellaneous:

    • Cash: ATMs are scarce along the trail.

    Trekking Snacks:

    • Chocolate, nuts, or dried fruits.

    Good Book or Kindle:

    • For relaxing evenings.

    Positive Attitude and Adventurous Spirit:

    • The most important items!

    Remember to pack light and prioritize essentials. You’ll have the opportunity to do laundry at tea houses along the way. Enjoy the trek, take in the stunning vistas, and embrace the adventure!

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