Everest Base Camp Trek
The seduction of a trek to Everest base camp has long been known to travelers, climbers and adventurers. Immersed in the peaceful world of Tibetan Buddhism, and framed by the majestic Himalayas, this Nepalese trek offers more than just a walking holiday; it is for many a pilgrimage to the bottom of the highest mountain in the world, in a remarkable country which will leave you with vivid memories of the people who live there.
The total distance covered throughout an Everest Base Camp trek is approximately 92km. Every day the trek starts after breakfast at about 8.30 am and there are many opportunities to stop and take photos, or have a cup of tea. The pace is slow and the itinerary allows for acclimatization and also rest days. At the start of the trek the distances are short but there are hills aplenty, and higher the distances increase but the gradient is more consistent and even.
The Everest base camp trek is a feasible goal for most fit hill walkers. The paths are well trodden, they are the highways and byways of the Sherpa people, so you find yourself passing through many villages and getting up close with the culture. The average group size is ten and you will have Sherpa guides and a team of porters to assist you all the way there. Accommodation is in comfortable lodges which provide a wide range of western and Nepalese food. Our programme allows you to choose freely from an a la carte menu.
you can also get more information and booking through our sister company page on the Adventure Alternative UK website. Everest Base Camp trek’s.
Please note that the required number of participants is at a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 12 participants. Nevertheless, it doesn't mean that you have to be a group of 2 to book the trip.
17 days - Itinerary
Days 1 & 2: Arrival and preparation in Kathmandu
Days 3 - 11: Fly to Lukla then trek up to Everest Base Camp
Days 12-15: Trek back down from Everest Base Camp
Days 16 - 17: Fly back down to Kathmandu & depart
$ 1,770 - £ 1,395
Kit list :
Don't forget anything for your trek and read carefully our kit list.
14 - 30 April 2019/20
28 April - 14 May 2019/20
05- 21 May 2019/20
12 - 28 May 2019/20
Note : you can also select other dates that are more convenient for you.
22 September - 08 October 2019/20
06 - 22 October 2019/20
20 October - 05 November 2019/20
03 - 19 November 2019/20
International flight to Kathmandu
Meals and drinks in Kathmandu
Personal costs like drinks, laundry, hot showers, bottled water
Additional Porters if packs are overweight. ~$15/kg
Visa ($40 for 30 day visa)
Airport departure tax for some tickets (~$25 paid in Nepalese rupees)
We also recommend offering a tip at the end of your trip to your guide and porters, as tips are not included in the package price.
Internal flight to Lukla
Accommodation in Kathmandu for 3 nights -twin/double rooms
Accommodation in lodges/tea houses (twin rooms with beds and mattresses)
Three meals per day during the trek, and hot drinks (e.g. tea, coffee, juices)
Sagamartha National Park Fees
Sherpa guides (English speaking, trained in first aid)
Porters (max weight carried for you is 15kgs)