Everest Base Camp

Everest base camp trek offers with the thrill being so close to the world’s highest peak.
Everest base camp trek is the most popular and once in a lifetime world’s top adventure destination in the Himalayas. Trekking to the mount Everest base camp in Nepal is an ultimate goal for trekkers and a beginning of the expedition bid for the climbers. The scenery is simply breathtaking with parades of glistening peaks, stunning glaciers around, ancient and ornate monasteries with the fascinating Sherpa people and their culture and tradition.
Checking all the gears and getting prepared, we take an exciting flight to Lukla airport to start the guided adventure hike to the Everest base camp in Nepal. Hiking along the Dudh Koshi river, we climb up to the busting Sherpa settlement of Namche Bazaar where we spend two nights to ensure proper acclimatization with exploration hike around. Leaving Namche we hike to the hidden valley of Khunde and Khumjung and then to Dingboche via Mong la and Phortse. No doubt the different and less trodden trek route than the regular Everest base camp trek itinerary allows all the trekkers in group to have enough time for proper and better acclimatisation. Our expedition style EBC Kalapathar hiking route explore the unspoiled corners in the Khumbu region which many of the classic trekking groups have been simply missing it.
The alpine scenery on base camp trek become more rugged as we hike above the tree line on the Khumbu glacier moraines to Gorak Shep via Lobuche, the last settlement before the base camp. The climb on to the landmark destination of the Mount Everest base camp to leave the footprint over the boulder-strewn moraines can be challenging but very rewarding for the sense of great achievement. We hike up to the Kalapathar at the height of 5545 meters, the highest point on our entire trek, from where the experience of seeing the mount Everest and wonderful Himalayan vista – never to be forgotten.
We walk down to Lukla via the Pheriche and Thyangboche monastery a different trail than we ascend up to the EBC. The great thing of this Mountain Monarch’s Everest base camp trekking itinerary is that we can still continue our exploration and enjoy the diverse angle views of Himalayan ranges on our return. Our experienced and medical trained group leader and enough support crew including the responsible trekking of 01 porter : 01 trekker always with you to support. We ensure proper safety back up like Oxygen cylinder or Portable Altitude Chamber in your guided expedition hike to Everest base camp to make it fully safe and trip of a lifetime to the Himalaya at affordable trek cost.

Day Program
01 Arrive in kathmandu and transfer to hotel
02 Kathmandu/Lukla early morning drive to airport and flight to Lukla and same day in Phakding 2-3 hours walk (2600m).
03 Trek to Namche Bazaar 6-7 hours walk (34440m).
04 Rest day In Namche for Acclimatization.
05 Trek to Thyangboche 4-5 hours (3860m).
06 Trek to Pheriche 5-6 hours walk (4240m).
07 Rest day in Pheriche and visit Mountain skins hospital.
08 Trek to Gorakshep 6-7 hours walk (5100m).
09 Trek to Kalapattar or EBC visit and to Gorakshep.
10 Trek back to Pangboche.
11 Trek back to Tangboche.
12 Trek back to Namche Bazaar.
13 Trek back to Phakding.
14 Trek back to Lukla.
15 Lukla/Kathmandu by flight.
16 Kathmandu city sight seeing
17 Bhaktapur/Patan sightseeing and shopping day
18 Final departure to home

Everest base camp itinerary:- At 5347m. the base camp is a place of glory.
It is a place a from where many have looked upon Everest with hope and
wandered what tomorrow even more admissions of defeat. After this visit, you
will go to historic Tangboche and walk along nightly glaciers.
Program details:-
Day 01: Arrive in kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 02: Kathmandu-Lukla-Phakding(2600m): It takes around 40 minutes to fly
from Kathmandu to Lukla. When you leave the airport you see the Langtang and
Jugal ranges surrounding the Kathmandu Basin. Next you fly over Rolwaling
Himal where Gaurishankar and Menlungtse are particularly striking. Then when
you enter the Khumbu region the nose of the plane down and you make a
thrilling but safe landing at Lukla.
You begin a gentle climb up the mountain side on the left bank of the
Dudhkoshi. Nupla(5885m) which can be seen in the distance on the opposite
bank is a peak a top the Kongde Ri ridge. When you descend a mountainside
path that images into this route to Everest. At its far end you may see
Kusum Kang(6367m). The Dudhkoshi approaches you pass a Mani wall and arrive
at Ghat where there is a tea house. Continue walking along a small path many
ups and downs that follows the left band of Dudhkoshi to Phakding(2600m).
The village on the left band, and you must cross the modern bridge to the
right bank for camping. (And this is our beginning trekking we can walk 2-3

Day 03: Namche(3440m) -As you follow the level path along the right bank
from campsite, Thamserku(6623m) looks skyward on the opposite bank. After
crossing the stream and climb the terraced hills from the Dudhkoshi route
you walk through the forest from where the view of Everest is excellent. The
climb erases somewhat, and Namche Bazaar appears ahead as you travel along
the path surrounded by pines. You pan the plateau where the Saturday bazaar
is held and enter the village Namche Bazaar(3440m.) (This day we have to
walk 6-7 hours)

Day 04: Rest day for acclimatization.

Day 05: Tangboche(3860m) – After leaving Namche bazaar and climbing to the
top of the ridge, you come to a level mountain path that offers an excellent
panorama of Thamserku, Kantega and Kusum Kang. To the right is a steep
cliff that drops down to Dudhkoshi, taintly visible on the valley floor
below. As you make your way around a branch ridge, Ama Dablam(6812m),
Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse(7855m) and Tawetse(6501m) suddenly appears. And then
you descend gently to Dudhkoshi and cross a wooden bridge to reach Phunki
Tenga, and take a long clim to Tangboche. Tangboche is an important look out
point on this course and the sunset on Everest and Ama Dablam is especially
beautiful.( This day we have to walk 4-5 hours).

Day 06: Pheriche(4240m) – Leave Tangboche with its representative Himalayan
scenery-Monastery, Chortens and the Khumbu mountain as a backdrop and ascend
a rhododendron covered area to emerge to a pleasant level area. Pass a long
Manistone wall to while looking up at Ama Dablam and Kantega appears on the
opposite band. As you ascend the chorten-lined route, you come to a folk –
the upper path goes to Pangboche terin and a Monastery, but you take the
lower path to Pangboche Olin. Pan through the village and cross the stream,
climb past the tree line on a gently slopping path a mid low scrub to Orsho.
It is an easy climb to Pheriche where there is a clinic of the Tokyo medical
University, Pheriche offers a vista of Tawetse to the left and the
unfamiliar back view of Ama Dablam. And take a days rest here at Pheriche.

Day 07: Rest day.

Day 08: Gorakshep (5100m) – After leaving Pheriche you wind around a lateral moraine of Khumbu Glacier and enter the zone of ablation. Fording a stream, you walk along a mountain side route with Pumori(7161m)straight ahead and Nuptse the right. You arrive at Chilly Lobuche where there are hotels and lodges as well as a run by the National Park service. While enjoying the rays of the afternoon on Pumori, you follow a level path through the zone of ablation, standing a top the moraine after a short climb, you look down upon Khumbu Glacier and Changri Glacier that how on to Khumbu Glacier from the left. You cut across the rocky changri glacier and climb up the lateral moraine on the opposite
at Gorakshep. This is short walk to rich at Gorakshep (5-6 hours)

Day 09: Kalapattar – You’ll have to climb in order to reach Kalapattar, the
climb is very difficult in the beginning because the first incline is
extremely step. While the angle of incline eases after the first hill, it is
a still very long walk. The view from either ridge is enough to make you
forget the difficult climb. Long waited Everest and Nuptse -the world’s
highest peaks and Ama Dablam, Kantega, Thamserku, Tawetse to the south
together with Pumori above and extendely to China’s Changtse(7553m) all from
a magnifcient 360 panorama, through ice pinnacles and plateaus and finally
arrive at Mt. Everest ahead is the jagged ice fall. It is desolate world
enclosed by walls of rocks and take a days rest and camp.
Day 10: Trek Back to Pangboche.
Day 11: Trek Back to Tangboche
Day 12: Trek back to Namche.
Day 13: Trek back to Phakding.
Day 14: Trek back to Lukla.
Day 15: Morning flight from Lukla/Kathmandu.
Day 16 Kathmandu city sight seeing
Day 17 Bhaktapur/Patan sightseeing and shopping day
Day 18 Final departure to home country


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