EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp

Nepal Pyramids Trekking & Climbing
EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp
At a Glance
  • Duration17 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • Places to Visit Everest Base Camp
  • Max Altitude 5,545m/18,192ft.
  • Group Size 2-20
  • Starts Lukla
  • Ends Lukla
  • Activity Teahouse Trekking/EBC CAMPING
  • Best Season Spring/Autumn

EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp Trip Overview

The EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp is certainly an amazing opportunity that many people don't have the privilege to experience. This epic trek takes you into the legendary Khumbu Valley and allows you to follow in the footsteps of famous climbers. You will spend an unforgettable night camping at the symbolic Everest Base Camp.

Sleeping Overnight at Everest Base Camp is essentially experiencing the life of mountaineers who spend over a month living there while attempting Mount Everest.

Besides camping overnight at EBC, this trip will blend you in the rich culture and natural beauty of the high-altitude Sherpa villages. When you are at EBC, during the night time you will witness the sensational beauty of the surrounding peaks below the Milky Way in the captivating night sky. Sleeping at the base camp of the world’s highest mountain is a rare and profound experience.

Witnessing Everest at sunrise is an experience that will stay with you forever. In this epic EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp, days are filled with stunning Himalayan scenery and the warm hospitality of the hard-working Sherpas people. You will visit traditional Sherpa villages, and Buddhist monasteries and gain deeper insight into Tibetan Buddhism.

EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp Highlights

  • Land at One of the World's Most Thrilling Airports in Lukla
  • Traverse Vibrant Sherpa Villages like Namche Bazaar
  • Cross Iconic Hillary Suspension Bridge
  • Witness Breathtaking Views of Iconic Peaks
  • Visit Ancient Tengboche Monastery & Feel Spiritual Power
  • Trek Alongside the Immense Khumbu Glacier
  • Reach Gorak Shep, on the Doorstep of Everest Base Camp
  • Experience a Spectacular Himalayan Sunset
  • Spend an Unforgettable Night Camping at Khumbu Glacier
  • Gaze at the Glittering Night Sky in Tranquil Silence at EBC.
  • Push Personal Limits Leaving with a Profound Sense of Achievement

Sleeping at Everest Base Camp Trip Summary

The EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp starts with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. After spending some time in Lukla we will walk the Dudh Kosi River valley, through Sherpa Villages, Suspension bridges, and Tibetan-style settings. Gradually we reach Phakding for an overnight stay. Walking the legendary trails will eventually reach Namche Bazaar, the happening hub in the region. Namche Bazaar is the Administrative Center and the main trading center of the Khumbu region. It’s a luxury town with all the facilities. It’s like a mirage in the wilderness.

At Namche, we will spend two nights acclimatizing ourselves to a higher altitude. On our rest day, we will do the acclimatization hike to gain a certain elevation but sleep back at Namche teahouse. During your acclimatization exploration, you will have a chance to see the first glimpse of Everest and its neighboring mountains. In addition to this, you can also visit the local market, Namche museum, or monastery, or you can simply chill and explore the Bazaar.

Next, leaving the luxury town of Namche Bazaar we will continue our trek to to Phortse. Phortse happens to be one of the most picturesque settlements in the Khumbu Region. The village is also known as the ‘Terraced Town’ due to its terraced farming fields which is their heritage. As we leave Phortse and take the high mountain trekking trail we will have the most stunning view of iconic Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kangtega.

As we walk further we will have a gorgeous view of Mount Everest. Gradually we will reach the beautiful settlement of Dingboche, a village surrounded by stone walls and fields of barley and potatoes. At Dingboche, we have yet another acclimatization day to condition our bodies to thin air. As an acclimatization hike, we will hike to Nangkar Tshang Hill which also delivers the most panoramic view including Makalu, the 5th highest mountain in the world.

The next part of the trek will take you to Lobuche, a small settlement near the Khumbu Glacier. Now we will be more into the alpine region away from the tree line. We will walk the wider trail on the Himalayan meadow shortly starting from Dingboche. We will climb the Thugla Pass at (4830m) which in reality is a memorial dedicated to all the climbers who lost their lives on Everest and other surrounding peaks. As we trek further we will also see the peaks of Pumori, Lingtren, and Khumbutse. Progressively we reach Gorak Shep, the last village before Everest Base Camp. From Gorak Shep, we will hike to the Kala Patthar (5545m), the highest trekking point for the grandiose view.

Eventually, we will hike to eminent Everest Base Camp, the highlight of the trek. At EBC we will stay overnight in tented camps and hot drinks will be prepared by our staff. Tonight will be one of the most beautiful experiences of sleeping on the glacier and under the stars. It’s certainly a rare opportunity where we will genuinely experience the feeling of the Everest Climbers. This night is sure to become a memorable night under the stars, listening to the sounds of the glacier and the wind.

After spending a night at Everest Base Camp, you will retrace your steps back to Lukla via Tengboche Monastery.

Experience of Sleeping at Everest Base Camp

EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp is certainly a challenging trip. This trip demands both physical and mental endurance. However, the reward of spending a night in a tent under the stars at the iconic Everest Base Camp is an unbelievable experience.

After we are done with our hike to Kala Patthar we gradually make our way towards legendary Everest Base Camp through the glacier moraine trail. Our excitement and anticipation build with each step as we approach closer to our iconic destination.
Finally, when we reach the base of the world’s highest mountain, we will be greeted by a mesmeric view of majestic mountains that literally surrounds us from all sides. Spending a night at Everest Base Camp is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This beautiful experience connects you with the invincible human aspiration that has appealed to millions for decades.

This Epic Trip is a memorable journey that will touch your soul and will remain with you forever. It is a memory that will craft your version of stories that may pass on to generations.

At Everest Base Camp, we will spend our night in a tent along with the delicious meal prepared by the locals. The towering mountains surround us like guardians and the sky gradually transforms into a ceiling adorned with glittering stars. The night experience here is indeed phenomenal which only few have the opportunity to experience. However, every now on then you will hear a rumbling of falling rocks over the crevasse since you are on the top of an active glacier.

Sleeping at Everest Base Camp is not just a mere adventure, it is a gift, a blessing, a miracle. You will certainly feel the magic of this place as you connect yourself with something bigger and more powerful than yourselves. Sleeping at Everest Base Camp is an experience you will never forget and it will be a memory you will always cherish.


However, it's important to note that sleeping at Everest Base Camp requires careful planning and preparation. The extreme altitude and harsh weather conditions demand proper acclimatization and the right equipment to ensure a safe and comfortable night's sleep. We consistently strive to offer our best by providing a skilled team and quality equipment to help you navigate challenges while offering expert guidance throughout the trek. 

If you are a beginner climber and seeking to give it a go for your first 6000m peak in Nepal, CLICK HERE. Here we give you details on ideal peaks for beginners. 

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Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01:Arrival at Kathmandu, The Capital City (1,400 m / 4,593 feet)
  • Day 02:Drive to Manthali (Ramechhap) (474 m / 1,555 feet) and Overnight Stay
  • Day 03:Fly to Lukla (2,800 m 9,186 feet) and Trek to Phakding (2,600 m/8,530 feet)
  • Day 04:Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,450 m / 11,318 feet) - the Capital of Khumbu Region
  • Day 06:Trek to Phortse Village (3810 m / 12,500 feet) - the most picturesque village.
  • Day 07:Trek to Dingboche (4,350 m / 14,271 feet)
  • Day 09:Trek to Lobuche (4,910 m / 16,108 feet)
  • Day 10:Trek to Gorak Shep (5,165 m /16,945 feet) and Hike to Kala Patthar (5,545 m /18,192 feet) Sleep at Gorak Shep
  • Day 11:Trek to EBC (5,360 m/17,585 feet) EXPLORE AND OVERNIGHT AT EBC IN TENTED CAMP
  • Day 12:Trek to Pangboche (3,930 m/12,893 feet)
  • Day 13:Trek Back to Namche Bazaar (3,450 m/11,318 feet) via Tengboche Monastery (3,860 m/12,664 feet)
  • Day 14:Trek back to Lukla our Final Destination @ 2,840 m/9.317 feet
  • Day 15:Mountain Flight to the Capital City of Kathmandu OR MANTHALI AIRPORT
  • Day 16:Contingency Day in Kathmandu
  • Day 17:Trip Ends - Departure Day

EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp Detailed Itinerary

Upon your graceful landing at Kathmandu airport, a warm welcome awaits you, as your group leader or our office representative eagerly anticipates your arrival. They are ready to transfer you to your beautiful hotel, where you can prepare to be mesmerized by the captivating streets of Kathmandu. As the vibrant capital city pulses with life, you may notice that the traffic can be chaotic. However, fear not, as this thrilling drive itself is truly enchanting.

Your hotel is nestled in the heart of Thamel, a picturesque town adorned with a mixture of colors. As you set foot in Thamel, embrace the spirit of adventure and get ready to explore a haven of wonders. But before you embark on your journey, allow us to treat you to a delicious welcome dinner at a fantastic restaurant. Here, you can taste mouthwatering delicacies while getting to know your fellow travelers.

Arriving early in Kathmandu is a precious gift, granting you ample time to blend yourself in the beauty and charm of this mystical city. So, dear traveler, prepare to be captivated by the enchanting charms of Kathmandu, as it uncovers its secrets and delights, one step at a time

  • Altitude: 1,400 m / 4,593 feet
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Welcome Dinner
  • Distance: 6 km
  • Transport: Airport pickup

Driving to Manthali in the Ramechhap district of Nepal can be quite an adventure, offering you a glimpse into rural life and the breathtaking beauty of the Nepalese countryside. The road from Kathmandu to Manthali consists of both paved and unpaved sections. While some parts are well-maintained, others can be bumpy and rough, especially during the monsoon season. It's important to note that the condition of the roads can vary, and landslides are not uncommon in hilly areas. 

During this drive, you will be treated to picturesque landscapes, with terraced fields, lush forests, and charming traditional villages along the way. It's a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural beauty that Nepal has to offer.

Here are some highlights of your journey:

  • Enjoy a delicious breakfast at your hotel to start the day.
  • Meet up with your Team Leader at the designated time for a trek briefing.
  • Receive the necessary trek equipment from the company.
  • Embark on a thrilling 4-hour drive to Ramechhap.
  • Indulge in a fabulous lunch at one of the highway restaurants.
  • Spend the night in Ramechhap, where basic hotel facilities will be available.

Get ready to embark on this exciting journey, where you can soak in the stunning landscapes and experience the charm of rural Nepal.

  • Altitude: 474 m / 1,555 feet
  • Accommodation: BASIC HOTEL
  • Walking Hour: 4 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 132 km
  • Transport: PRIVATE VEHICLE

We start our adventure with a 20-minute thrilling flight to Lukla in a twin-otter plane. Lukla is a small airport at an elevation of 2840 m. From there, we enter the Sagarmatha Buffer Zone and head towards our first destination, Phakding. Phakding is a beautiful village where we will spend the night. We walk for about 3 or 4 hours on a legendary trekking trail that takes us through the cultured Sherpa villages. Along the way, we enjoy the exceptional beauty of the stunning landscape, the deep valley, and the Dudh Koshi gorge. We also see the phenomenal sight of profound gorges, ancient farming terraces, and the scenic beauty at the backdrop. This is something special on the very first day of our trek. At Phakding, we have a fabulous dinner and a briefing by our leader who will share some fascinating stories with us.


  • Fly to Lukla in a small plane and enjoy the thrill of landing at a high altitude.
  • Walk through the series of stunning native settlements and see their culture and lifestyle.
  • See the amazing views of the landscape, the valley, and the gorge.
  • Stay overnight at Phakding and have a great time with our leader and fellow trekkers.
  • Altitude: 2,600 m/8,530 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 4/5 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 7 km

Today, we will set off early for Namche Bazaar, which serves as the capital and administrative center of the Khumbu district. Despite being located in a remote and high-altitude region, Namche Bazaar is a surprisingly luxurious city in the midst of vastness and thin air. It's not just about trekking; it's an experience that goes beyond physical endurance. Take the time to acclimate your body to the thin air and savor the steady ascent, rather than focusing solely on proving your physical strength.

Here are the highlights of the day:

  • Your leader will provide a wake-up call at the designated time.
  • Enjoy a pleasant 3-hour walk through a series of charming villages, with the final destination being the settlement of Jorsale, where we will stop for lunch.
  • Crossing 5 high suspension bridges along the way including the ICONIC HILLARY BRIDGE adds an element of daring to the journey.
  • The scenic beauty and the deep gorges with towering cliffs in the backdrop are truly extraordinary.
  • Arriving at Namche, the dreamlike land, is a remarkable achievement that is well worth the effort.

Prepare yourself for an unforgettable day as we continue our trek and indulge in the breathtaking beauty and unique experiences that await us in Namche Bazaar.

  • Altitude: 3,450 m / 11,318 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 9 km


Today, we will take a much-needed rest and engage in an acclimatization hike. This step is crucial in our journey towards Everest, and here's why this acclimatization hike is so important:

1. 1 and ½ hours of amazing walk for acclimatization.

  • To help our bodies adjust to the high altitude, we will embark on a remarkable 1-and-a-half-hour hike. This gentle walk serves as a crucial part of acclimatization, allowing our bodies to gradually adapt to the thin air and reduced oxygen levels at higher altitudes.

2. Walk to Syangbuche.

  • Our hike will take us to Syangbuche, a truly captivating place in the region. Here, we will have the opportunity to witness the world's highest airstrip, adding to the sense of wonder and adventure. The picturesque surroundings and unique features of this location make it a must-see during our acclimatization hike.

3. Panoramic View and a Touch of Sherpa Culture.

  • During our hike, we will be treated to breathtaking views of the majestic mountains, expansive green hills, and the enchanting Tibetan Buddhist culture. Additionally, we will have the chance to witness the territory of the yaks, adding a touch of charm and uniqueness to our experience. These captivating sights and encounters further emphasize the importance of acclimatization, as they provide us with a deeper appreciation of the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Everest region.

4. The first view of Mount Everest.

  • Perhaps the most awe-inspiring aspect of our acclimatization hike is the first glimpse of the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest, and its neighboring peaks. It fuels our determination and motivates us to continue our journey, knowing that we are on the path to conquering one of the world's greatest natural wonders.

Acclimatization is of utmost importance in our Everest Base Camp expedition. It allows our bodies to adapt to the challenging conditions of high altitude, ensuring our safety and well-being throughout the journey. 

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 3/4 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Leaving Namche behind us, we make our way northward, ascending until we reach the high ridgeline. From there, we set out on a captivating journey along a well-maintained trail that effortlessly cruises through two breathtaking Stupas, offering magnificent views of Thamserku and Amadablam. Our path leads us to the small settlement of Khyangjuma, where we face a steep climb to reach Mong La. Here, we deviate from the crowded traditional route and instead explore the lower section of the Gokyo Valley. Eventually, we reach Phortse Village which boasts an incredibly picturesque setting.

Here are the highlights of this leg of the journey:

  • Experience a beautiful walk to the village of Khyangjuma, where the dominating presence of Thamserku and Amadablam on the horizon creates a truly mesmerizing sight.
  • Enjoy a fabulous walk to the ridge of Mong-La, where we are treated to stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Descend into the Gokyo gorge for lunch, with the chance to spot musk deer in this deep and awe-inspiring location.
  • Unlike many other settlements we encounter, the terraced village of Phortse stands out as a truly special and unique place.

Prepare to be enchanted by the natural beauty and cultural richness that awaits us on this leg of the journey.

  • Altitude: 3810 m / 12,500 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8.9 km

Leaving Phortse behind, we embark on a remarkable journey along the high trail, renowned for its exceptional beauty and breathtaking vistas of the majestic mountains and deep valleys. Along the way, we have the pleasure of encountering Pangboche, a charming village nestled at the base of the soaring Amadablam Mountain. We will further walk to the village of Somare for Lunch. After lunch walking the most dramatic meadow trail along with the magnificent view we gradually get to Dingboche, a high-altitude permanent settlement. 

Here are the highlights of this leg of the journey:

  • Enjoy a beautiful walk along the trail, where every step reveals the most stunning views that will leave you in awe.
  • Keep an eye out for the opportunity to witness the graceful musk deer, agile mountain goats, and a variety of fascinating bird species, adding to the enchantment of the surroundings.
  • Our walk to Pangboche is effortless, and we will be treated to a fabulous lunch at the delightful Somare village, providing a much-needed respite.
  • As we continue our painless walk to Dingboche, the valley opens up wide, revealing its magnificence and leaving us in awe of the vastness and grandeur that surrounds us.
  • Take a moment to appreciate the countless other neighboring mountains that now come into view, their majestic peaks standing tall and clear against the sky.

Prepare to witness the natural beauty that unfolds before our eyes as we walk this remarkable trail. Each step will bring us closer to the wonders of Dingboche, offering a truly unforgettable experience.

  • Altitude: 4,350 m / 14,271 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 9.5 km


Acclimatization is of utmost importance when venturing into high altitudes, as it allows your body to gradually adapt to the thin-air environment.

Here's how we will spend our rest day and engage in an acclimatization hike:

Morning Excursion to Nangkar Tshang Hill:

After a nourishing breakfast, we will set out on a morning excursion to Nangkar Tshang Hill. This hike serves as a crucial part of our acclimatization process, allowing us to gradually adjust to the high altitude. As we ascend, we will be rewarded with a magnificent 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains, including the awe-inspiring Island Peak and Makalu, which stands as the world's 5th highest mountain. From this vantage point, we will also be treated to an aerial view of the Imja Valley and the charming Dingboche village, further enhancing our connection with the natural beauty of the region.

Free Afternoon for Self-Exploration:

In the afternoon, you will have the freedom to explore at your own pace. Take this opportunity to explore, connect with fellow trekkers, or simply enjoy moments of solitude amidst the breathtaking landscape. This free time allows you to recharge and fully appreciate the wonders of the area, ensuring you are refreshed and ready for the next leg of the journey.

During this rest day and acclimatization hike, we prioritize your well-being and ensure you have the chance to fully adapt to the high-altitude environment while also taking in the awe-inspiring beauty that surrounds us.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Away from the lower tree line area, we highly recommend a gradual ascent. Today's journey offers yet another breathtaking walk, where the majestic peaks of Cholatse, Lobuche, and Pumori reveal themselves in this contrasting and spectacular landscape.

Here are the highlights of the day:

1. Peaceful Gradual Climb in the Wide Himalayan Meadow:

  • As we make our way, we will experience a serene and gradual climb through the expansive Himalayan meadow. This peaceful ascent allows us to fully enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds us and appreciate the tranquil atmosphere of the high-altitude landscape.

2. Visit the Memorial Plateau:

  • We will have the opportunity to walk up to the memorial plateau, where hundreds of memorials have been built in memory of those who tragically lost their lives in various mountains of the Everest region. This remarkable tribute serves as a bitter reminder of the challenges and risks faced by mountaineers, and it provides a moment for reflection and respect for those who have gone before us.

3. Arrival at Lobuche:

  • Reaching Lobuche marks a significant milestone in our journey. This small settlement, nestled at the foot of Lobuche Peak, carries a sense of accomplishment as we continue to advance toward our ultimate goal. Take a moment to appreciate the surroundings and the unique atmosphere of this special place.

Prepare for another day of awe-inspiring landscapes, peaceful climbs, and significant milestones as we continue our trek toward Everest.

  • Altitude: 4,910 m / 16,108 feet)
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 5 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8 km

Leaving Lobuche behind, we embark on a remarkable three-hour walk to Gorak Shep. This leg of the journey takes us through an extraordinary rocky moraine undulating trail, adding a sense of adventure to our trek. As we approach Gorak Shep, we are greeted by the awe-inspiring surroundings, with the magnificent peaks of Pumari (7145 m), Lingtren (6697 m), Nuptse (7745 m), and, of course, Everest (8848 m) towering above us.

Here are the highlights of this leg of the journey:

1. Spectacular View of the Khumbu Icefall:

  • Prepare to be captivated by the breathtaking sight of the Khumbu icefall, with its towering ice formations cascading down the mountainside. This natural wonder serves as a reminder of the immense power and beauty of nature, leaving us in awe of the forces that have shaped this incredible landscape.

2. Hike to the Vantage Point of Kala Patthar:

  • Shortly after our arrival in Gorak Shep, we will have the opportunity to embark on a hike to the vantage point of Kala Patthar. This elevated perch, standing at an impressive altitude of 5,545 m / 18,192 feet, offers an unrivaled panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, including the legendary Everest. Prepare to be amazed as you take in the majestic beauty that unfolds before your eyes.

3. Overnight Stay in Gorak Shep:

  • After an exhilarating day of trekking and exploration, we will settle for an overnight stay in Gorak Shep. Take a moment to appreciate the tranquility of the surroundings and reflect on the incredible journey you have embarked upon.

Get ready to appreciate the extraordinary beauty of the surroundings as we continue our trek toward Gorak Shep. The stunning views, challenging trails, and unforgettable experiences await you on this remarkable leg of the journey.

  • Altitude: 5,545 m /18,192 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 7/8 Hrs. OVERALL
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Now is the time for an extraordinary journey to Everest Base Camp at an impressive altitude of 5,360 m/17,585 feet. This is the moment to embrace and cherish your dream. Shortly, we will have the privilege of experiencing one of the most remarkable highlights of our trip - an overnight stay at EBC in a tented camp. This is an opportunity that not many people have, allowing us to sleep at Everest Base Camp under the billions of stars and witness firsthand the experience of the courageous Everest climbers during their expeditions.

Here are the highlights of this unforgettable experience:

1. Enchanting Walk to EBC through the Glacier Trail:

  • After a satisfying breakfast, we set out on an enchanting walk towards Everest Base Camp, following the glacier trail. This trail presents a unique and mesmerizing landscape, showcasing the raw beauty of the Everest region. As we make our way, we will be filled with a sense of wonder and respect for the legendary mountains that surround us.

2. Rewarding Moment at Everest Base Camp:

  • Arriving at Everest Base Camp is an immensely rewarding moment. Take the time to explore this iconic location, a hub of activity and preparation for Everest climbers. As you settle into your cozy tents, you will feel a sense of accomplishment and gratitude for being part of this incredible journey. 

3. Enjoy a Camping Hot Meal:

  • Enjoy the experience of a hot meal prepared at the campsite. Enjoy the ALFRESCO while surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Everest Base Camp. This moment adds to the overall sense of adventure and fulfillment.

4. Thrilling Night in Your Warm Tent:

  • As night falls, you will find yourself in the most thrilling setting - wrapped up in your warm sleeping bag inside your cozy tent. Prepare to be enchanted by the celestial display above, as you witness the brilliance of the stars in the clear Himalayan Night sky. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will leave an indelible mark on your memory.

Embrace the opportunity to make your dream a reality as we journey towards Everest Base Camp and Sleep there.

  • Altitude: 5,360 m/17,585 feet
  • Accommodation: TENT
  • Walking Hour: 2/3 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 4.5 km
  • Depart from Everest Base Camp (5,360 m/17,585 feet) early in the morning.
  • Descend along the glacier trail, passing through the stunning landscape of the Everest region.
  • Reach Lobuche (4,910 m/16,109 feet) and take a break for lunch.
  • Continue the descent towards Thukla/Thugla (4,620 m/15,157 feet), where we will rest and acclimatize.
  • Resume the trek and follow the trail through the scenic valley, surrounded by majestic peaks.
  • Arrive at Pheriche (4,371 m/14,340 feet), a charming village known for its picturesque setting.
  • Continue the descent towards Pangboche, passing through beautiful landscapes and crossing suspension bridges over roaring rivers.
  • As we approach Pangboche (3,985 m/13,074 feet), enjoy the sight of traditional Sherpa houses and the serene atmosphere of this ancient village.
  • Altitude: 3,930 m/12,893 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 14 km
  • After BreakfastbBegin the descent towards Namche Bazaar, retracing our steps along the trail.
  • Pass through Tengboche, home to the famous Tengboche Monastery, where you can take a moment to soak in the spiritual ambiance.
  • Continue the descent through lush forests and charming Sherpa villages.
  • Arrive at Namche Bazaar (3,440 m/11,286 feet), a bustling town known
  • Altitude: 3,450 m/11,318 feet)
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 14 km

The concluding leg of our trek takes us from Namche Bazaar back to Lukla, allowing us to revisit the stunning landscapes and vibrant culture of the region one last time. Starting in Namche Bazaar, we descend along the familiar Dudh Koshi River valley, passing through rhododendron forests, crossing suspension bridges, and encountering the charming villages of Phakding and Monjo.

As we make our way from Monjo to Lukla, the trail presents a mix of landscapes, from lush forests to terraced fields. Lukla, with its bustling markets and welcoming teahouses, serves as the gateway to the Everest region, where we will celebrate our trekking achievements and prepare for our flight back to Kathmandu. During this journey, we retrace our steps, descending steeply and crossing the suspension bridges once again, as we make our way to Phakding.

Last night's party celebration with drinks and Tipping - appreciating the work of our ground staff who made this journey possible.

  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 7/8 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 18 km

After our incredible journey, the final destination from Lukla airport will either be Kathmandu or Manthali Airport, depending on the peak or off-season. Regardless of the destination, the flight back promises to be a sensational experience. 

Flying out of Lukla Airport is a truly divine experience that allows you to witness the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas. As your small aircraft ascends into the sky, you will be immediately surrounded by a panoramic masterpiece of nature. The towering peaks, including the iconic Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam, create a majestic backdrop that seems to touch the heavens themselves.

Upon landing at either Kathmandu or Manthali Airport, depending on your specific itinerary, we will arrange for a private vehicle to drive you to Kathmandu. The journey by road will take approximately four hours, allowing you to relax and reflect on the incredible memories made during your trek. As you travel back to Kathmandu, take in the changing landscape and reminisce about the awe-inspiring sights and experiences that you encountered along the way.

  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Contingency days are an essential component of any trekking itinerary as they provide a valuable buffer to account for weather-related delays or flight cancellations, ensuring a safer and more enjoyable experience for trekkers. These additional days offer the much-needed flexibility to adjust the itinerary, allowing for rest, acclimatization, or tackling unexpected challenges that may arise along the journey.

  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast

Depending on your flight schedule airport transportation will be provided. in Nepal, your airport reporting time is usually 3 hours prior to your flight. Your leader will be there to assist you to at the international airport.

  • Accommodation: Home
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Distance: 6 km
  • Transport: Airport Transfer
What's Included
  • PERMITS: All essential permits required from the Government and local authorities to legally trek in the region are procured.
  • PICKUP AND DROPS: Roundtrip airport pickup and drop-off facilities for both domestic and international flights are included in the trek package.
  • ACCOMMODATION IN KATHMANDU: Three nights of hotel accommodation in Kathmandu at a three-star twin-sharing hotel on a bed and breakfast-basis.
  • CAMPING AT EBC: Overnight at the Everest base camp in a twin-sharing tent with all meals included.
  • WELCOME DINNER: A traditional Nepali-style welcome dinner at a local restaurant in Kathmandu.
  • SIGHTSEEING: A half-day guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu's two most sacred UNESCO World Heritage sites with entrance fees paid.
  • TAXES: All applicable local and national government taxes are covered.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Roundtrip PRIVATE VEHICLE transportation between Kathmandu and the Manthali Airport for the flight to Lukla.
  • DOMESTIC FLIGHTS: Domestic flights TO and FROM LUKLA.
  • EQUIPMENT: Essential trekking gear such as sleeping bags, fleece liners, PrimaLoft jackets, rain ponchos, yak tracks, trekking poles, etc are provided.
  • LODGING: Local Tea-house accommodation on a twin-sharing basis – A single supplement is provided on request OVER MINIMAL COST, however, depends solely on the availability.
  • DRINKING WATER: Properly filtered and boiled water for drinking is provided each morning and evening. Trekkers are advised to carry reusable water bottles/bladder bags that can hold at least 3 liters.
  • GLORIOUS FOOD: All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) with hot beverages are provided throughout the trek duration.
  • TREK LEADER AND ASSISTANT GUIDE: An experienced trek leader holding legitimate licensing leads the group, along with assistant guides based on group size. Groups of 3 or more are typically assigned at least 1 assistant guide.
  • PORTERS: The porter to trekker ratio is 1:2 - meaning 1 porter for every 2 trekkers. However, for groups larger than 4 trekkers, an additional porter is provided specifically to assist with hot water supply during the trek.
  • STAFF INSURANCE & ALLOWANCES: Insurance coverage, wages, and allowances for all trek staff are included.
  • SAFETY CONCERNS: Emergency equipment including oxygen cylinders and a comprehensive medical kit is available at all times during the trek.
  • COMPLIMENTARY TAKE AWAY: Trekkers receive a duffel bag, t-shirt, multi-functional headwear, baseball hat, trekking map, and completion certificate to take home.
What's Excluded
  • NEPAL VISA: A fee of $50 that is levied on a 30-day Nepali visa.
  • INTERNATIONAL AIRFARE: The cost of all international flights.
  • PERSONAL EXPENSES: All personal expenses that may include Nepalese SIM card, internet, battery charging, hot shower, laundry, fizzy drinks, Alcohol, etc.
  • EMERGENCY: A medical examination of any kind, High Altitude Evacuation over any circumstances, Air Evacuation and Rescues.
  • DONATIONS: Donations of any kind.
  • STAFF TIPPING: Tipping is entirely a personal matter, however, it’s a trekking culture.
  • EXTRA NIGHTS: Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu on early arrival or Late departure.
  • SANCTIONS: Permits or the letter of Authorization that is required for special Filming, big Drones, and Filming Cameras.
  • INSURANCE: All-inclusive Travel or medical insurance is a must.
  • EXTRA PORTER: Over request Extra Porter or Assistant is provided that may include the cost of $25 per day.
  • OPTIONAL TOURS: Optional tours and sightseeing or any activities during free time.


Packing List for EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp:

Packing for the EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp is essential to ensure your safety, comfort, and overall enjoyment during the journey. Keep in mind that the packing list may vary depending on the season and personal preferences, but here is a comprehensive list of items to consider:


  • Take Away Synthetic Duffel Bag (Water Proof) 
  • Down Sleeping Bag (-21 c)
  • Silk Liner
  • PrimaLoft fill Windproof Jackets
  • Rain Poncho 
  • Yaktrax (Lightweight ice-traction device) - Where necessary. 
  • Trekking Poles 
  • 2 Toilet Rolls each
  • Complementary Tshirt,
  • Complementary Neck Gaiter (Buff), 
  • Complementary Baseball Hat and Map
  • Oxygen (in case of Emergency)
  • Comprehensive Medical Kit with medication and First Aid Supplies

Clothing and Footwear


  • Moisture-wicking base layers (long-sleeved tops and bottoms)
  • Insulating layers (fleece jacket, down jacket)
  • Waterproof and windproof outer shell jacket
  • Waterproof and breathable pants
  • Trekking pants
  • T-shirts and lightweight shirts
  • Warm hat and sun hat

Head and Neck:

  • Balaclava or scarf for cold weather
  • Buff or neck gaiter for sun, wind, or cold
  • Fleece beanie or warm woolen Hat
  • Sun Hat or Baseball Cap.
  • Bandana

Hands and Lower Body

  • Lightweight gloves and warm gloves
  • Thermal underwear
  • Underwear and sports bras
  • Hiking socks and liner socks
  • Gaiters (optional for snow or rain)


  • Sturdy and comfortable trekking boots
  • Camp shoes (e.g., sandals or sneakers)

Gear and Accessories


  • Backpack (30-40 liters for the day, larger for porters)
  • Rain Cover for Your Backpack
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Reusable Water Bottles (2+ Liters) like Nalgene 
  • Rehydration Bladder (Camel Bag or Platypus) 
  • Water purification tablets or a water filter
  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Personal FIRST AID KIT
  • Duct Tape
  • Toiletries (toilet paper, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, etc.)
  • Quick-dry towel
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen 50 + SPF
  • lip balm

Gadgets and Supplements


  • Compass
  • Emergency Whistle
  • Map (physical or digital)
  • Altimeter Watch or Device.
  • GPS device or smartphone with GPS capabilities
  • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
  • Fully charged mobile phone (with offline maps and emergency numbers saved)
  • Tripods
  • Portable charger or power bank
  • Appropriate Sleeping bag (if you are bringing your own)


  • Water filters or purification tablets
  • Protein Bars or Trail Mix.
  • Multivitamins
  • Altitude sickness medication like Acetazolamide (if you are going high)
  • Vitamin C and Zinc Soluble Supplement Tablets.
  • Electrolyte supplements for hydration
  • Basic medical supplies (bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers)
  • Prescription medications
  • Fire starter (lighter, matches, fire starter kit)
  • Biodegradable soap
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Biodegradable wipes

Optional Items

Other Essentials. 

  • Personal identification
  • Photo Copies of Passport
  • Passport-sized photos
  • Copies of your Insurance
  • Airline Tickets
  • Cash (in Nepalese Rupees and US Dollars)
  • Travel wallet or pouch
  • Electronics (camera, power bank, charging cables)
  • Journal and pen

Optional Items: 

  • Binoculars
  • Books or playing cards
  • Earplugs (useful in teahouse accommodations)
  • Ear Pods
  • Energy snacks and Rehydration drinks
  • Hiker Pocket Knife 
  • Whistle and multi-tool
  • Trash Bag
  • Sewing kit
  • Travel Pillow
  • Dry Bag.

It's advisable to pack light and prioritize essential items.  The EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp can be physically demanding and challenging due to high altitudes, so ensure that you are physically prepared and have the appropriate clothing and gear to stay safe and comfortable during the journey.

Essential Trip Information

Important Information

Complimentary Equipment:

While in Kathmandu, during our Pre-Trek Briefing meeting, we provide you with complimentary gear like a waterproof Duffel Bag, a company Tshirt, a buff (neck gaiter), 2 Toilet Rolls, a Trekking Map, and a Baseball Cap. The duffel bag will serve as a means to pack all your necessary trekking gear and as for your Luggage, it will be safely stored at the hotel Safety Store.

The equipment we Provide:

Besides the complimentary equipment, WITHOUT ANY EXTRA COST, we provide you with PrimaLoft wind stopper jackets, a Warm Down Sleeping Bag (-30) with liners, a Walking Stick if required, and Yaktrax (mini crampons where required). However, it is crucial to have your personal lightweight down and fleece jacket, outer shells (wind stopper), and other essential items like woolen hats, gloves, etc.

Your Daypack:

In addition to the provided duffel bag, it is essential that all trekkers have their own daypack with a waterproof cover. This daypack will be used to carry your daily necessities such as cash, important documents, water supplies or rehydration bladder, a camera, toiletries, sunscreen, a notebook, and extra clothing, etc.

Drinking Water Supply:

Since we are committed to environmental sustainability and responsible trekking practices, we truly discourage the use of single-use mineral water bottles along all trekking route. To minimize plastic waste and protect the pristine Himalayan environment, we supply you with safe, boiled drinking water throughout your journey. All your bottles and bladders will be refilled in the morning after breakfast and in the evening after dinner. We kindly request that you carry enough reusable water bottles and a rehydration bladder to stay hydrated. Together, we can make a positive impact on the delicate ecosystem.

Assigning Porters and Assistant Guides (Sherpas):

For your comfort and convenience, we assign one porter between two trekkers. The porter will be responsible for carrying the duffel bag throughout the entire trek. It is important to note that the weight of your duffel bag should not exceed 12/13 kg as the weight limitation for porters is 25/30kg max.

The assistant guides will be assigned as per the size of the groups. Nepal Pyramids assigns assistant guides from groups of 4 and above.

NOTE: if you are flying to any high mountain airports in Nepal like Lukla or Jomsom, your overall weight limitation including your duffle + daypack is strictly limited to only 15kg / 33 pounds.

Your Extra Luggage:

Don’t be concerned about your extra luggage - all your extra luggage and suitcases will be safely stored at the hotel SAFETY STORE in Kathmandu. This way, you can travel light knowing that your belongings are safe and secure.

Tipping Tips:

Tipping is a gesture of appreciation, a caring way to express gratitude for the dedication and effort of the remarkable local staff who have been your support team and a guiding star throughout your trek. Without these people, your incredible adventure achievement wouldn’t have been possible. The practice of tipping, at 10% of the trip cost, is a tradition that allows you to give back, acknowledging the extraordinary efforts of your guides, porters, and assistant guides. It is a way to honor their dedication, hard work, and the way they have made your Nepal trip memorable.

Caution at the Airport on Arrival:

Upon arrival, we strongly advise against entrusting your bag to anyone other than our office representatives. There will always be either your Trek Leader or the Nepal Pyramids representative to receive you at the Kathmandu Airport. There have been cases where unknown airport personnel needlessly help your luggage for a few seconds and claim for TIPS. We request all our travelers NOT to trust these airport personals rather look for our team with Nepal Pyramids banner who are there to ensure that your belongings remain safe.

We hope this information clarifies the important details regarding your trip. Should you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]. We want to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable trekking experience in Nepal.

Detail Information on Flying to Lukla from Different Airports

Nepal Aviation Authority (NAA) has recently introduced new rules regarding Lukla flights. These rules aim to enhance the safety and efficiency of air travel to and from the Lukla airport, which is known for its challenging terrain and weather conditions.

The choice of airport for accessing Lukla is primarily based on different seasons. Manthali is used as an alternative to Lukla during peak seasons when Lukla flights are often disrupted due to weather and congestion, while Kathmandu remains the preferred choice during the off-season for its convenience and more reliable flight schedules. 

Trekkers and climbers need to be prepared for potential flight delays and cancellations regardless of the airport they use, as weather conditions in the Everest region can be unpredictable.

1. Lukla Airport (Tenzing-Hillary Airport):

  • High Altitude and Short Runway: Lukla Airport is situated at a high altitude of approximately 2,845 meters (9,334 feet) and has one of the shortest commercial runways in the world, just 1,729 feet long. This combination of high altitude and a short runway makes it a challenging airport for both takeoff and landing.
  • Weather Variability: The weather in the Everest region, especially around Lukla, is highly unpredictable, with frequent fog, cloud cover, and high winds. These conditions can lead to frequent flight delays and cancellations.
  • Limited Infrastructure: Lukla Airport has limited infrastructure, including just one small terminal building and a single runway. This can result in congestion during peak trekking seasons when numerous trekkers and climbers are trying to get to Lukla. 

2. Manthali Airport (Ramechhap Airport):

  • Alternative During Peak Season: Manthali Airport, located in Ramechhap, is often used as an alternative to Lukla during the peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn). The advantage is that it is less congested, and flights are generally more reliable.
  • Distance from Kathmandu: Manthali Airport is approximately a 4-5 hour drive from Kathmandu. Trekkers are transported by road to Manthali from Kathmandu, and then they take a relatively short flight to Lukla. This helps in alleviating some of the pressure on Lukla Airport.
  • Reduced Weather Impact: The weather in Manthali is usually more stable than Lukla during peak seasons, making it a preferred alternative when flights from Kathmandu to Lukla are frequently disrupted.

3. Kathmandu Airport:

  • Alternative During Off-Season: During the off-peak trekking seasons (summer and winter), flights to Lukla from Kathmandu are relatively more reliable due to better weather conditions. In this case, it's more practical to fly directly from Kathmandu to Lukla.
  • Convenience: Flying from Kathmandu to Lukla is more convenient in terms of time and transportation costs during the off-season when the number of trekkers is significantly lower.

Weight Limitation while Flying to Lukla

The weight limitation for Lukla flights is typically quite strict due to the short runway and high altitude of Lukla Airport, which makes it challenging for aircraft to take off and land. The weight restrictions are in place to ensure the safety of the flight. The specific weight limitations is 15kg or 33 Pounds:

  1. Baggage Allowance: Passengers are usually allowed a specific weight limit for their checked baggage, typically between 10 kg to 15 kg (22 to 33 pounds) per person..
  2. Hand Luggage: In addition to checked baggage, passengers are typically allowed a small amount of hand luggage, which is usually limited to around 5 kg (11 pounds). This hand luggage should be small and fit under the seat in front of you.
  3. Combined Weight: So the total combined weight of the luggage is not to exceed over 15/16 kg / 33/35 pounds
  4. Excess Baggage: If you exceed the weight limitations, you may be required to pay extra fees for excess baggage or leave some items behind. The charges for excess baggage can vary with airlines you choose.

Traveling light is strongly recommended when flying to Lukla. Given the weight limitations and potential flight disruptions due to weather conditions, it's best to pack only the essentials and keep your baggage within the specified limits to avoid any inconveniences or additional costs.

Lukla Flight Delays And Cancellations

Flight delays and cancellations to and from Lukla Airport are not uncommon and are often due to a combination of factors related to the airport's unique location, weather conditions, and the limitations of the aircraft used for these flights. 

1. Weather Conditions:

  • Unpredictable Weather: Lukla Airport, is highly vulnerable to rapidly changing weather conditions. The airport's mountainous terrain means it's often shrouded in fog, cloud cover, and receives high winds, making flying conditions challenging.
  • Low Visibility: Low visibility due to fog or cloud cover can lead to flight delays or cancellations, as pilots require clear visibility to navigate the treacherous mountainous terrain.

2. Limited Instrumentation:

  • Lukla Airport lacks advanced navigation and landing systems. The absence of instrument landing systems and radar technology means flights often rely on visual flight rules (VFR), which require good weather conditions to operate safely.

3. Airport Congestion:

  • During peak trekking seasons, Lukla Airport experiences congestion as numerous trekkers, climbers, and supplies try to access the region. The limited infrastructure and parking space can lead to delays.

4. Safety Considerations:

  • Safety is a top priority for airlines operating in this region. If weather conditions are unfavorable or if there are safety concerns, airlines may choose to delay or cancel flights to ensure the well-being of passengers and crew.

5. Limited Window for Flights:

  • Lukla flights typically operate in the early morning when the weather is relatively stable. This limited window means there's less flexibility to reschedule flights if conditions deteriorate.

6. Seasonal Variations:

  • Flight disruptions can vary with the seasons. Peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn) are more susceptible to delays due to higher passenger volumes and less favorable weather patterns. Off-peak seasons (summer and winter) may see fewer disruptions.

Given these challenges, trekkers and travelers to the Everest region should be prepared for the possibility of flight delays and cancellations.

EBC Trek with Sleeping at Everest Base Camp FAQs

  • Choosing Nepal Pyramids Trekking Company for your trekking and adventure needs in Nepal can be a great decision for several reasons. We are a locally owned and operated company with deep knowledge of the region. We have a team of experienced guides and staff who are well-versed in the culture, terrain, and trekking routes of Nepal.

    Safety is our top priority and we are known for our commitment to safety standards. We provide well-maintained equipment and have experienced guides who are trained in first aid and emergency procedures.

    Nepal Pyramids offer a range of trekking packages and we can tailor them to suit your preferences and fitness level. Whether you're a seasoned trekker or a beginner, we can create an itinerary that suits your needs.

    Nepal Pyramids is committed to sustainable and responsible tourism. We strongly focus on minimizing the environmental impact of all our treks and supporting local communities.

    While providing quality services, we also offer competitive pricing, making trekking in Nepal more accessible to a wide range of travelers.

    Our reviews and testimonials from previous clients can give you insights into our reputation and the experiences of those who have trekked with them.

  • In total Lukla – E.B.C –Lukla we cover around 135/40 Km or 86/87 miles.

  • The best time to do the Everest Base Camp trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. These seasons provide the most favorable weather conditions for trekking to Everest Base Camp. 

    Here's a detailed overview of all four Nepal seasons and whether it's feasible to do an EBC trek in all 4 seasons.

    Spring Season (Pre-Monsoon):

    • Best Time:

    Starting from March to May is the SPRING SEASON, which is the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp. During spring the weather is essentially clear, and the temperatures are moderate. 

    NOTE: With the Climate Change factor these days Nepal is experiencing very unusual weather patterns. As a result, the early spring season can sometimes be unpredictable.

    Summer Season (Monsoon):

    • Feasibility During Monsoon:

     The summer/monsoon season in Nepal is from June to August. Monsoon experiences heavy rainfall and is not recommended for trekking to Everest Base Camp. The monsoon season brings unpredictable weather, landslides, and flight cancellations, making it challenging and potentially dangerous for trekking.

    Autumn Season (Post-Monsoon):

    • Best Time:

     The autumn season, from September to November, is another excellent time for the Everest Base Camp trek. The weather is great with clear skies, providing stunning views of the Himalayas.

    NOTE: However, Nepal is experiencing extended periods of monsoon every year that may make September still cloudy resulting in flight delays and cancellations. And trekkers in most Annapurna destinations encountered leeches till early October which is unusual. So, it's advisable to be well-prepared for such conditions.

    Winter Season:

    • Feasibility During Winter:

     The winter season in Nepal is from December to February. Winter comes with cold temperatures and occasional snowfall, especially at higher altitudes. While it is possible to trek during the winter to EBC but it requires proper gear, experience, and preparation for cold weather conditions

  • Though the epic trip to Everest Base camp is phenomenal offering anyone a great trekking experience with panoramic mountain views it is challenging. E.B.C. is a Strenuous-Challenging trek due to Altitude variation and thin air yet it is achievable for anyone with sound fitness. Anybody of any age group can join as our itineraries are intended to make the trip more pleasing than exhausting nonetheless, we recommend pre-physical training and your doctors’ consent in regards to personal ailments, weak ankle/knee, blood pressure, heart problem,s etc. 

  • 15 Kilograms is the weight limitation in our Domestic airlines and at the same time, all company are to abide by the porter weight restrictions rules that prevails in our country. However, regarding what you need to bring/carry with you please CLICK HERE HERE HERE

  • Since we allow people a very relaxed pace with multiple breaks, the time duration varies. However, we usually walk 5/6 hours every day excluding Lunch. To make every day more memorable and relaxed we set up our own pace giving you ample time to enjoy the moment. We also start early so that we can reach the destination which in return contributes to more space to explore and enjoy the serenity of the place.

  • With Nepal Pyramids you have every right to modify the itinerary as per the time convenient to you and the level of fitness of the group.

  • It is always very tricky to predict the weather in the mountains and anyone flying high to these high-altitude airports must be aware of the fact that the delays and cancellations are common episodes. Besides, our airport has one single airstrip for both international and domestic the probability of delays is high. In a similar way, anyone flying Lukla must be prepared to take these circumstances with patience. However, it’s not a daily story. And it’s always very wise to have a contingency day in Kathmandu to cushion any cancellation situation. 

  • Family Oriented Lodges which Nepal Pyramids use are at their best offering you a comfort experience and its typical local environment. It’s basically the extension of their own houses that offers you twin bed sharing room with common toilets. You have a variety of choices for the food and so far with Nepal Pyramids absolute contentment prevails in regards to meals and Local Tea-House. 

  • E.B.C. is an inspiring trek suitable for people with sound fitness. Though trekking in Everest involves a tremendous amount of up and down walking with gain or loss in the altitude no previous wide-ranging experience is needed. However, for anyone with very weak ankles, knee, heart, or lung problems essential pre-check-up and consent from your doctor is mandatory. We recommend some pre-physical training prior to your arrival in Nepal. The recommendation for the best preparation would be everyday undulating walking, cardio, or running certainly adds to your self-reliance.

  • Mineral water is rampant in the Everest region yet Nepal Pyramids, environmental concern we are opposed to the use of disposable plastic bottles on any of our trips to Nepal Himalayas. With no additional cost, our staff will supply you with appropriately boiled water every morning and evening for which at least 2 metal or plastic Nalgene bottles are recommended. In case you run out of the delivered water you can always buy boiled and filtered water from the tea houses along the way at minimal charges.

  • Nepal Pyramids provides you with a very warm sleeping bag with fleece liner and wind-stopper duvet jackets with attached hoods. We also provide you with a Nepal Pyramids duffel bag to fit all your gear in, a Trekking Poles, a Rain Poncho, a Yak-Track (basic crampoon), and a plastic bag to separate your clean clothes from the dirty ones.

  • Usually, your group leader sets up a ground for everyone in the group to stay together and walk collectively as a team. However, most of the time your group leader assigns jobs to the assistant guides to cater to the separated group as for himself staying at the back with the slow-walking people. But in no way do people lose their charm of free strolling, everyone reserves the right to take his/her time and maintain their own pace.

  • With Local Company it’s unquestionably hassle-free. Everything is covered and prearranged prior to your arrival in Nepal. Your local leaders are very well with the knowledge and region and can share necessary information more than anybody else. Local companies will be there with prompt solutions to any emergency situation that arises during your stay in Nepal.

  • Acute mountain sickness is something more of a reaction that materializes in our body under the lower rate of oxygen level. It’s a mountain ailment that is fatal. It’s hard to predict who of what age and physical fitness can actually get of A.M.S. However, Nepal Pyramids delivers professionals who are well equipped with medication and oxygen cylinders to deal with A.M.S. Besides, there are ample preventive strategies to deal with any mountain sickness. Food poisoning, severe diarrhea, and stomach problems are other very common mountain ailments that can be nightmarish than the A.M.S.

  • It is always very wise to have an all-inclusive travel insurance policy covering all the aspects of your adventure including trip delays, cancellation, loss of property, sickness, or air evacuation. Though your leaders are highly trained to cope with any emergency situation sometimes even after the best of our precautions things happen. From everyday trekking injuries like sprained ankles to life-threatening conditions such as HAPE (high-altitude pulmonary edema) and natural disasters like avalanches and rock falls, it’s important that you have the right travel insurance for the Everest Base Camp trek. 

Why Choose Nepal Pyramids?

Nepal Pyramids is here to craft your Nepal dreams into reality. We assure you a trip extraordinarily out of the world with quality service and value for money. We propose comprehensive flexible packages with unbeatable price - without any hidden cost.

  • Team of Local Experts
    Team of Local Experts

    Our team of local experts is the driving force behind our success. With their passion, experience, and commitment, our team of local experts ensures that we all are not just participants but integral contributors to the growth and well-being of the community we serve.

  • Safety is our Prior Concern
    Safety is our Prior Concern

    Safety is our foremost concern at our Travel company. We prioritize the well-being of our adventurers above all else. We provide top-notch equipment and conduct rigorous safety checks to ensure every trek is as secure as it is adventurous.

  • Travel Sustainably
    Travel Sustainably

    Sustainability is at the heart of our mission. We ensure that the beauty and integrity of the destinations we explore are preserved. We believe in responsible tourism that contributes positively to the environment and the livelihoods of the local people.

  • Hassle Free
    Hassle Free

    Nepal Pyramids takes pride in making your journey hassle-free from start to finish. With our efficient services, expert Group Leading, and attention to detail, you can leave the hassles behind and focus on creating lasting memories during your travels.

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