Everest Base Camp Trekking

(3 customer reviews)
Duration 📅

16 Days

Flights ✈️

International flights are NOT included

Airport Transfer 🧳

Drop-Off, Pickup

Accommodation 🛏️

3 Star Hotel, Hostel

Tour Size 🧑🏻‍🤝‍🧑🏻

Small Group

Language 🌐


Difficulty 🚥


Transport 🚍

Airconditioned Vehicle, Domestic Flight

Visa 🛂

NOT Included


3 Star in Kathmandu (3 nights) & Tea house lodge in the mountain (12 nights)
Kathmandu to Lukla & Lukla to Kathmandu flight ticket
Trekking permit (Sagarmatha National park ) and Khumbu village entry permit
Tour Guide

From: $1,495.00

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💎 Why we love it ?

We begin Everest Base Camp Trek with a short domestic flight to Lukla from where we rely on our own feet for the rest of the journey. You will get to taste the intoxicating blend of mountain views and the local Sherpa culture. Nights will be spent mostly in lodges and enough time will be allocated for acclimatization whenever a great significant altitude shift is involved. You will also have the opportunity to explore the Mountaineering Museum in Namche Bazar, witness mountain life in Khumjung, and many monasteries, lamaseries, and temples during the trip, including the famous Tengboche Monastery.

🏁 Tour Itinerary: Everest Base Camp Trekking

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu

On your day of arrival in Kathmandu, we will receive you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. If time permits, we will have a brief meeting in our office with your Trekking Guide, evening overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu.


Day 2: Trek Preparation Day

While we take care of your documentation (issuing of trekking permit and TIMS), you can enjoy a day tour of Kathmandu city with our tour guide (Additional cost applies)


Day 3: Kathmandu – Lukla – Phakding

Our guide will pick you up at 5:30 am and drive you to the airport. You will board the early morning flight at 6:30 AM and fly to Lukla (2750M) in about 45 minutes. After breakfast in Lukla, we will walk for about 4 hours to Phakding (2610M), a fairly plain terrain inhabited by Sherpas. Afterward, we will follow upstream Dudhkoshi River and spend the night in a lodge.


Day 4: Phakding – Namche Bazar

We will trek for nearly 7 hours to reach Namche Bazar (3440 m), the famous town in Solukhumbu. The last 3 hours of this trek will be tougher, but the beautiful sceneries on the way will make you will forget your tiredness. The night will be spent in a local teahouse.


Day 5: Acclimatization

To help your body adjust to the high altitude conditions, we will spend the day for acclimatization. You can do some daytime hiking and explore Khumjung village, Everest View Hotel, Syangboche Airport, and return to the teahouse at Namchebazar for the night stay.


Day 6: Namche Bazar – Tengboche

After a 6-7 hour trek, you will reach Tengboche (3860 m), a perfect viewpoint to observe the beautiful peaks of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku and a greater part of the Himalayan range in the Khumbu Region. The highlight of this village is Tengboche Monastery. evening overnight at Local Tea House.


Day 7: Tengboche – Dingbuche

Dingboche (4250 m) lies at about a walking distance of 6-7 hours. Due to the increasing altitude, you will be walking slower than on previous days.


Day 8: Acclimatization

This will be the second acclimatization day. You will be taken on a day trip to Chhukung valley and back to Dingboche. Rest and rejuvenation are quite essential to continue trekking the next day.


Day 9: Dingboche – Lobuche

Our next stopover is Lobuche (4950M), at about a walking distance of 5-6 hours. Views of Mt. Pumori and Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse, and many more are the main highlights of the day.


Day 10: Lobuche – Gorak Shep – Everest base Camp and Back to Gorek Shep

The next segment of your trek, Lobuche to Gorek Shep (5160 m) is short and can be completed in about 3-4 hours, just in time for lunch. After resting for a few hours, we will take you on a walk to Everest Base Camp in the evening to sight the beautiful sunset over the majestic Himalayas. Then we return to Gorek Shep for an overnight stay.


Day 11: Gorek Shep – Kalapatthar (Sunrise View) – Pheriche

You will begin hiking (about 2 hours for Kalapatthar) early in the morning to Kalapatthar, lying at an altitude of 5550 m, this is the highest point you will reach in this Trek. This is well known as a perfect viewpoint to see all major parts of the Himalayan range, including Mt. Everest itself. If the weather permits, you will get to see a spellbinding sunrise, something you will not find elsewhere in the world. Take as many photographs as you like and go back to Gorek Shep for breakfast. Shortly afterward, you will descend back to Pheriche for our overnight stay.


Day 12: Pheriche – Tengboche

Trek for about 6 hours and spend overnight at Tengboche.


Day 13: Tengboche – Namche Bazar

Resume trekking for about 5 hours and arrive at Namche Bazar for the night’s stay.


Day 14: Namche Bazar – Lukla

Trek down to Phakding for lunch and continue to walk to Lukla overnight, which normally takes about 7-8 hours walking.


Day 15: Lukla – Kathmandu – Farewell Dinner in the Evening

Fly back to Kathmandu, where we will transfer you to your hotel. Evening joins Live Cultural show Nepali Typical dinner host by Outdoor Himalayan Treks. Overnight at Hotel.


Day 16: Departure Day

If you are flying back home or to any other destination outside Nepal, we will transfer you to the airport right on time. Even if you are staying longer in Nepal and departing at a later date, do not hesitate to use our complimentary transfer service.

3 reviews for Everest Base Camp Trekking

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  1. Jon

    Leading up to the Trek:
    I discovered this amazing company through talking to my Kathmandu accommodation provider. This trek is something that my friends and I had been planning for some time, Outdoor Himalayan Treks (OHT) was very responsive all throughout the planning stages and made the trip stress free. The service provided exceeded all our expectations, OHT met us at the airport on arrival, ensured we arrived safely at the hotel in Kathmandu and maintained consistent and clear communication leading up to the trek and all throughout the trek.

    During the Trek:
    We were very fortunate to have Prakash Khatiwada join us on the three passes trek as our guide. Prakash was very knowledgeable about the entire everest region and I can’t recall a single question that he was not able to answer… Prakash was caring, selfless and always put the needs of the group before his own, a true leader. Also, throughout the trek we made several tweaks to the itinerary which OHT and Prakash were able to accommodate, allowing us to leave the Everest region a day early so we could spend some time in Pokhara. This side trip was also organized by OHT.

    When considering doing a trek or travelling in Nepal, use OHT and ask for Prakash as your guide, I can assure you that you will not be disappointed!

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  2. Kevin P

    My son and I just completed a 16 day trek to EBC and the three passes lead by our great guide Dilli Prasad Lamsal. The adventure of a lifetime. It was a busy time on the trails and Dilli made sure we had nothing to worry about – from navigating airports to knowing we would have a good tea house each night. He kept us informed, on schedule and entertained. I can’t recommend this trek, company, or guide enough. Also, must acknowledge our trusty porter Keshab for his hard work and dedication.

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  3. Wilson_M68

    My friend and I wanted to do the trek to Everest Base Camp. At the last moment, that is, at the airport, we had to change our plans because of inclement weather and the flights to the starting point was backed up by at least a week. So at the spur of the moment we decided to bail on our flight and try to do the Annapurna Circuit to Thoroung Pass instead. Outdoor Himalayan Treks did the whole setup for us literally between the hours of 9am to about noon. By 1pm we drove to our starting point for the 16 days or so of the trek to Thoroung Pass.

    I think a bit part of why the experience was good was because of our guide. We had a really cool guide that took a lot of attention to detail. My friend and I drank an obscene amount of water and our guide (Bishwas) was always on top of asking the hotel staff about the cleanliness and price of water as well as answering any questions we had, like whether eat the Yak burgers were a good idea. Bishwas didn’t just give us some BS answer, he actually explained when it might be the freshest and he asked the managers at the hotels when the yak was killed. Bishwas also gave my friend and I the freedom to hike ahead when we wanted to or fall back when we wanted to. We ended up not just having a guide/client relationship, it was more like just having a friend show us around. And he showed us great spots that I know other guides didn’t show their clients because we were the only ones at certain hotels (namely one that overlooked a waterfall, and was so close that there was a constant thundering sound of water crashing – amazing).

    Without hyperbole, I think we had the best guide between the 40 or so people that were hiking along the same schedule as us (and we were subsequently the coolest clients too).

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