Everest Base Camp Trekking - 16 Days

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Everest Base Camp Trekking - 16 Days
At a Glance
  • Duration16 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • Places to Visit Everest Region - Nepal
  • Max Altitude 5,545m/18,192ft.
  • Group Size 2 - 15
  • Starts Lukla
  • Ends Lukla
  • Activity Teahouse Lodge Trekking
  • Best Season Spring/Autumn

Everest Base Camp Trekking Highlights:

  • Arriving at the cultured city of Kathmandu, the Capital City and the living heritage of Nepal.
  • Wander through Thamel Bazaar, where echoes of a bygone hippie era still thrive in this bustling tourist hub.
  • Experience the thrill of landing at Lukla Airport, renowned as one of the world's most daring mountain airstrips, at a breathtaking elevation of 2,840 meters.
  • Walking on the legendary trekking trail through the Sherpa village with its exceptional culture is way more stunning than anything.
  • Getting to Namche Bazaar, the capital of the Khumbu region via the ICONIC HILLARY SUSPENSION BRIDGE is adventurous.
  • Trek to the village of Phortse, a place of unparalleled beauty with its terraced fields and breathtaking scenery.
  • Be captivated by the close-up view of magnificent mountains, expansive green hills, and the enchanting Tibetan-Buddhist culture. Witnessing the territory of the yaks from Phortse and onwards is magnetic.
  • The walk to Dingboche with its extravagant mountain views at 360 is very enchanting. Staying two nights at the base of soaring Ama Dablam (the Matterhorn of Nepal) is a beautiful experience.
  • View of the world’s highest peak and its neighboring mountains and spectacular landscapes. Getting closer to these majestic peaks every day eventually makes you appreciate trekking being an ultimate holiday.
  • Reaching the base of Mount Everest, and conquering the summit of Kala Patthar at 5,545 meters (18,192 feet) is a monumental achievement. 
  • Eventually flying back to Kathmandu from Lukla is yet another thrilling experience.

Everest Base Camp Trekking Trip Overview:

Everest Base Camp Trekking is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that takes you to the breathtaking incomparable region of fascination.  This famous 16-day TEAHOUSE TREK to EBC is one of the most highlighted and acclaimed treks in the world. Several times, Everest Base Camp Trek has bragged about the "best trekking destination of the year" title.

Lust for triumph for Everest started a long time ago around the 1920s. This takes us back to the history of George Mallory and Andrew Irvine's expedition which is still very controversial.

However, the breakthrough of the world's highest mountain was made by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953. This undeniably unlocked the human quest and curiosity for these secret valleys and majestic peaks. This breakthrough has certainly lured so many travelers to follow in their footsteps in its natural beauty and unravel their fantasies.

Everest, which falls under the Sagarmatha National Park is a world heritage site. It delivers awe-inspiring mountain views, and picturesque landscapes, and introduces you to the Tibetan Buddhist culture. It is an experience not found elsewhere. The trek takes you through various traditional Sherpa villages, offering a genuine glimpse into local hospitality and Sherpa culture.

Every year thousands of trekkers and climbers from far and wide come to attain their long-cherished dream. Additionally, the legend states that the quest for Everest has been there since the early 1920s. The future states that the quest is equally permanent and will never cease.

History of Everest:

The history of Everest dates back to the early 20th century when the first attempts to climb Mount Everest were made by British mountaineers. Imagine a group of daring British adventurers and their sights set on the world's highest majestic Mount Everest. The year was 1920, and these courageous souls were determined on their very first expedition to conquer this titanic peak.

This ambitious mission impossible journey was led by Colonel Charles Howard-Bury including a team of seven climbers, one of whom was George Mallory. Mallory's name would echo throughout history, impressing itself in the chronicles of mountaineering legends for his persistent and spirited attempts to scale Everest's lofty heights.

The expedition made it to a height of around 26,800 feet (8,170 meters). This was indeed the highest altitude reached by humans at the time. However, they were forced to turn back due to a combination of factors, including bad weather, difficult terrain, and equipment failures. Despite not reaching the summit, the expedition was considered a success in terms of the scientific and mapping work that was carried out, as well as the knowledge gained about high-altitude mountaineering.

The experience gained by the climbers would also prove valuable in subsequent expeditions. Mallory returned to Everest in 1921 and 1924, the latter of which would be his final attempt, during which he disappeared while attempting to reach the summit. The mystery of whether or not he and his climbing partner, Andrew Irvine, reached the summit before their disappearance remains unsolved to this day.

In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest. They established their base camp at the foot of the Khumbu Icefall, which is now known as the southern base camp, on the Nepalese side of the mountain.

Since then, the southern base camp has become the main starting point for climbers attempting to summit Mount Everest. It is situated in the Khumbu Valley, which is home to the Sherpa people, who are renowned for their mountaineering skills and hospitality.

Marvel of Everest Base Camp Trekking:

Mt. Everest has always been an icon of Nepal’s recognition and today Nepal stands out with its distinguished hallmark in the world. Approximately 5,360 m / 17,585 ft, Everest Base Camp has always succeeded in luring every single mountain enthusiast with its persuasive charm and elegance.

Everest Base Camp Trekking eventually takes you to its Base which is always lively and very enchanting. Getting close to the first step of the world’s highest mountain and the spectacular Khumbu Ice-fall is simply phenomenal.

During the climbing season, it is cherishing to observe the organized setting of genuine expeditions which is exceptional. Further, hundreds of multi-colored tents and the lively activity of the people make the entire base camp very dynamic and dramatic. It is indeed very symbolic and spiritual that leaves anyone emotionally moved.

Our itineraries aptly set enough ground for healthier adaptation to the thin-air environment that exists in the Everest region. However, this could eventually guarantee everyone a safe passage to where we are going. Nepal Pyramids has even organized the Spiritual Everest Wedding Trek for a couple from Scotland.

Book Now for an Epic Everest Adventure!

Join our Everest Base Camp trek and let the tallest mountain in the world awaken your inner adventurer. Book your trip now to create lifelong memories at Mount Everest.

Our journey together into the heart of the Himalayas will be an unforgettable experience. As we follow the trails that hug Everest's foothills to base camp, you'll be immersed in the magic of the Khumbu region.

Each day presents new wonders - glittering peaks, winding trails, colorful prayer flags, cozy villages, and dramatic views. Reach the Everest Base Camp site, stand in the footsteps of the mightiest mountain on Earth, and realize a dream.

Don't wait - book your Everest adventure now and unleash your passionate explorer! Memorable challenges and reflections await at the top of the world. 

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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 4 - 05:Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,450 m / 11,318 feet) - the Capital of Khumbu Region + REST DAY
  • Day 06:Trek to Phortse Village (3810 m / 12,500 feet) - the most picturesque village.
  • Day 7 - 08:Trek to Dingboche (4,350 m / 14,271 feet) + ACCLIMATIZATION DAY
  • Day 09:Trek to Lobuche (4,910 m / 16,108 feet)
  • Day 10:Trek to Gorak Shep (5,164 m /16,942 feet) and Trek to EBC (5,360 m/17,585 feet)
  • Day 11:Morning walk to Kala Patthar (5,545 m /18,192 feet) and trek to Pheriche (4,240 m/13,901 feet)
  • Day 12:Trek Back to Namche Bazaar (3,450 m/11,318 feet) via Tengboche Monastery (3,860 m/12,664 feet)
  • Day 13:Trek back to Lukla our Final Destination @ 2,840 m/9.317 feet
  • Day 14:Mountain Flight to the Capital City of Kathmandu OR MANTHALI AIRPORT
  • Day 15:Contingency Day in Kathmandu
  • Day 16:Departure Day

Everest Base Camp Trekking - 16 Days Detailed Itinerary

Soon you land in Kathmandu airport your group leader will be there with the Nepal Pyramids board to greet you and transfer you to the hotel. Despite, the capital city of Nepal certainly being the busiest with hectic traffic it undoubtedly has a strong appeal with local splendor and vigorous activities around, where you can simply relax and take pleasure in the fun of driving through the unfamiliar roads.


  • Pick up from the international airport.
  • Transfer to the hotel by your Group Leader.
  • Short preliminary briefing.
  • Arriving early gives you an opportunity to explore Kathmandu.
  • Altitude: 1,400m / 4,593 feet
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Welcome Dinner
  • Distance: 6 km
  • Transport: Airport Pickup

Driving to Manthali in Ramechhap district, Nepal can be an adventurous journey that offers a glimpse of rural life and the scenic beauty of the Nepalese countryside. The road from Kathmandu to Manthali in Ramechhap is a mix of paved and unpaved sections. While some parts are well-maintained, others can be bumpy and rough, especially during the monsoon season. The condition of the roads can vary, and landslides are not uncommon in hilly areas. The drive takes you through picturesque landscapes, with terraced fields, lush forests, and traditional villages dotting the route. It's an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of Nepal.


  • Breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Meet up at a time provided by your Team Leader.
  • Getting together for trek briefing.
  • Distribution of company's trek equipment.
  • Thrilling Drive to Ramechaap – 4 hours
  • Fabulous Lunch in one of the Highway Restaurants.
  • Overnight stay at Ramechaap – BASIC HOTEL FACILITY 
  • Altitude: 474 m / 1,555 feet
  • Accommodation: Basic Hotel
  • Walking Hour: 4 Hours DRIVe
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 132km
  • Transport: Private Vehicle

The early morning 20-minute thrilling flight to Lukla. 3/4 hours easy walk to Phakding on the legendary trekking trail through the cultured Sherpa villages with its exceptional beauty and the view of stunning landscape, deep valley, and Dudh Koshi gorge is unique.


  • Flying in a twin-otter plane to a small Lukla airport at an elevation of 2840 m
  • Beautiful walk through the series of stunning native settlement
  • The phenomenal sight of profound gorges, ancient farming terraces, and the scenic beauty at the backdrop is something special on the very first day.
  • Overnight stay at stunning Phakding, fabulous dinner and briefing by your leader along with a number of fascinating stories.
  • Altitude: (2,600 m/8,530 feet)
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 4/5 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 7 km
  • Transport: Mountain Flight

Today we will start early for Namche Bazaar, the capital and the Administrative Center of the Khumbu district. It’s more of a luxurious city in the middle of no way in the midst of remoteness and thin air. Despite long hours of walking, it’s far more than just trekking. Give time to adapt your body to thin air. It’s not a matter of proving your physical strength, it’s more about taking pleasure with steady ascend.


  • Wake-up call as set by your leader
  • 3 hours gentle walk through a series of pleasant villages to the last settlement of Jorsale for lunch
  • Crossing 5 high suspension bridges is daring.
  • The scenic beauty and deep gorges of soaring cliffs at the backdrop is phenomenal.
  • Being at Namche, the dream land is remarkable which is worth an effort.


  • 1 and ½ hours of amazing walk for acclimatization.
  • Walk to Syangbuche, one of the enchanting places in the region with the world’s highest airstrip.
  • The close view of the magnificent mountain, extensive green hills, the
  • Tibetan Buddhist culture and witnessing the territory of the yaks are charismatic
  • The first view of the world’s highest mountain (Mt. Everest)
  • Altitude: (3.450 m / 11,318 feet)
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 9 km

Leaving Namche we climb north till we get to the high ridgeline. Soon we walk the most organized effortless trail that cruises through the two most stunning Stupas (Buddhist Shrine) with magnificent views of Thamserku and Amadablam. Once we reach the small settlement of Khyangjuma we climb the steep section to Mong La. Here, we skip the overcrowded traditional trial and explore the lower section of Gokyo Valley with the most amazing setting.


  • Beautiful walk to the village of Khyangjuma with Thamserku and Amadablam dominating the horizon.
  • Fabulous walk to the ridge of Mong-La with stunning mountain views.
  • Deep drop to the Gokyo gorge for lunch with chances to see musk deer
  • Unlike many other settlements, the terraced village of Phortse is a special of its kind
  • Altitude: (3810 m / 12,500 feet)
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6 hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8.9 km

Leaving Phortse we take the high trail, considered to be one of the most beautiful trails with an outstanding view of the enormous mountain and deep valley. Dingboche, situated at the foot of soaring Amadablam Mountain is another attraction.


  • A beautiful walk with the most beautiful view
  • Chances to witness the musk deer, mountain goat, and different birds
  • Effortless walk to Pangboche and fabulous lunch at Somare village
  • Next painless walk to Dingboche where the valley opens wide with its magnificence.
  • View of countless other neighboring mountains that are now open clear.


  • Morning excursion for acclimatization after breakfast
  • 360-degree mountain view including Island Peak and Makalu (the world’s 5th highest mountain)
  • From the point of excursion, aerial view of Imja Valley and Dingboche village.
  • Free afternoon for self-exploration.
  • Altitude: (4,350 m / 14,271 feet)
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 9.5 KM

Away from the tree line area, gradual ascent is recommended. Today is another beautiful walk where mountains like Cholatse, Lobuche, and Pumori unfold before us in this contrasting and spectacular landscape


  • Gradual climb in the wide Himalayan meadow is peaceful
  • Walking up to the memorial plateau with hundreds of memorials built after the memory of people who met with tragedy in different mountains of Everest is remarkable.
  • Getting to Lobuche a small settlement at the foot of Lobuche Peak is significant
  • Altitude: 4,910 m / 16,108 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 5 hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8 km

Leaving Lobuche this 3 hours walk to Gorak Shep is out of the ordinary through the rocky moraine undulating trail. Gorak Shep, the spectacular village is surrounded by Pumari (7145 m), Lingtren (6697 m), Nuptse (7745 m), and of course Everest (8848 m).


  • Spectacular view of the Khumbu ice fall with soaring mountain
  • Trek to the fascinating Everest base camp after lunch
  • View of the base camp and the blue ice pinnacles of the ice-fall is astonishing
  • Challenging but very rewarding walk to the fro from the base camp
  • Altitude: 5,360 m/17,585 feet
  • Accommodation: Local Teahouse
  • Walking Hour: 8/9 Hours in Total
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 12 km in Total

Now is the time for an epic climb to Kalapathar, the point to value your dream and the sensational Himalayan vistas all around. The climb is challenging but the view from the top surpasses the wildest imagination. After making historic success to Everest Base Camp and Kalapattar, we will descend down to the settlement of Pheriche descending at least 1000 m below.


  • Phenomenal sunrise view
  • A very rewarding moment being at 5545 m with an exceptional panoramic mountain view.
  • Overnight at Pheriche, which is way tranquil being away from all the hardship and the thin air.
  • Altitude: 5,545 m /18,192 feet)
  • Accommodation: Local Teahouse
  • Walking Hour: Total 8/9 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 14 km

We retrace our steps back to Pangbuche getting ourselves back to the tree line area where you would realize your breathing getting back to normal. It’s pretty wonderful looking back on our effort to Everest base camp from the Tyengbuche ridge. 

We will Visit the Tengboche Monastery. Standing in the serene courtyard of Tengboche Monastery, surrounded by fragrant juniper incense, the soul-stirring chants of monks play through the mountain air, creating a profound spiritual experience. The backdrop of snow-capped peaks, including the iconic Ama Dablam, adds an awe-inspiring dimension to this sacred sanctuary in the heart of the Himalayas.

Tengboche Monastery, with its cultural significance and breathtaking vistas, serves as a powerful reminder of the harmonious blend of nature and spirituality in the Everest region.

Walk to Namche on a fresh route makes anyone cheerful about their accomplishment.


  • Effortless walk to Tyengbuche monastery, the most active monastery in the Everest region.
  • Visit to the monastery and lighting the butter lamp is an incredible experience
  • Witness the untold history and the activities of Tyengbuche
  • We further descend down to Phunki Tenga and then steeply climb to Khyangjuma and walk to Namche.
  • Give yourself a break at Namche either with drinks or buying souvenirs.
  • Altitude: 3,450 m/11,318 feet)
  • Accommodation: Local Teahouse
  • Walking Hour: 7/8 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 16.5 km

Retracing the trail from Namche Bazaar back to Lukla marks the concluding leg of our trek. It offers a chance to revisit the picturesque landscapes and vibrant culture of the region one last time.

Starting in Namche Bazaar, you'll descend along the familiar Dudh Koshi River valley, where the trail passes through rhododendron forests, suspension bridges, and the charming villages of Phakding and Monjo. 

The final stretch of the trail from Monjo to Lukla offers 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 and is the place where your remarkable journey comes full circle.

Here, we will celebrate your trekking achievements, and prepare for our flight back to Kathmandu. 

We retrace down the way through steep descent and the suspension bridges once again to Phakding.

  • Altitude: 2,840 m/9.317 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 7/8 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 15 km

From Lukla airport, the final destination can be either Kathmandu or Manthali Airport, depending on the peak or off-season. Nonetheless, we will have a Sensational flight back. 

Flying out of Lukla Airport is a divine experience that captures the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas. As your small aircraft takes to the sky, you're immediately surrounded by a panoramic masterpiece of nature. Towering peaks, including the legendary Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam, seem to reach out and touch the heavens. 

The rugged landscapes, deep gorges, and remote villages pass beneath you like a living tapestry of Nepal's highlands. The thrill of the takeoff is matched only by the breathtaking scenery that unfolds before your eyes, leaving a permanent imprint of the Himalayan splendor on your soul. 

Flying out of Lukla is not just a departure; it's a final gift, a reminder of the unparalleled beauty that this region has to offer.

However, in the peak season time, all Lukla Flights are Diverted to Manthali Airport at Ramechhap District which is 132 km away from Kathmandu. If we fly to Manthali Airport transportation in a PRIVATE VEHICLE will be provided to transfer you to Kathmandu Hotel. 

This Drive from Manthali to Kathmandu will take 4/5 Hours approximately. 


  • Morning flight to Kathmandu or Manthali.
  • Scenic Drive to Kathmandu, if flights are diverted to Manthali Airport.
  • Explore the Capital City of Kathmandu as per your requirements.
  • Accommodation: Local Teahouse
  • Walking Hour: 4 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Transport: Mountain Flight

Contingency days are essential when trekking in the Everest region due to the unpredictable and often harsh mountain weather. The Himalayas are known for their rapidly changing climate, and adverse conditions like heavy snowfall, high winds, or cloud cover can disrupt trekking schedules.

Contingency days provide a buffer, allowing trekkers to account for such weather-related delays or Flight Cancellations and ensure a safer and more enjoyable experience. They offer the flexibility to adjust the itinerary, rest, or acclimatize as needed, reducing the risk of altitude sickness and unexpected challenges.

In a region where safety is paramount, these extra days provide a crucial safety net, ensuring that trekkers can navigate the high-altitude terrain with greater peace of mind.

    • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel in Kathmandu
    • 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: Time to Fly Home

    Everest Base Camp Trekking Detail Itinerary

    Please keep in mind that the provided itinerary serves as a general guideline for the Everest Base Camp trek. While we make every effort to follow this plan, trekking in the Himalayas can be influenced by factors like weather, trail conditions, and the health and acclimatization of the group. Our experienced guides prioritize your safety and will make necessary adjustments as needed. This might involve changes in the daily schedule or rest days for better acclimatization. Your trekking experience is our top priority, and we're committed to providing you with the best adventure while ensuring your well-being. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility.

    Flight Delay/Cancellation in Kathmandu and Lukla:

    The unpredictability of Flights flying to and from Lukla Airport, the gateway to Mount Everest, and the world’s most electrifying airport is pretty evident from its history of delays and cancellations. Diverse factors lead to the situation of cancellation including the weather, technical issues, poor visibility, etc. In such conditions, Nepal Pyramids will charter a helicopter to make certain that you don’t miss your trip or your international flight. But again under these circumstances, the possibility of flying a helicopter depends on the Nepal Civil Aviation flying rules.

    Travelers are to pay the cost of the chartered helicopter which is payable through cash, traveler’s cheques, or credit cards (Visa and Master Cards only). Travelers will be provided with a receipt upon payment so that they may claim the amount from their travel insurance. The cost per person is governed by the number of people taking this facility.

    However, it is always very wise to have an extra day in your hand in case of bad weather, delays, or flight cancellations. Though in such cases, we always come up with a possible alternative depending on the situation, however, an extra day always cushions for any such uncertainty that truly redeems you from all the international flight hassles.

    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.
    • 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, Yaktrax, 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 Everest Base Camp Trekking:

    Packing for the Everest Base Camp Trekking 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

    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 Everest Base Camp Trekking 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

    Everest Base Camp Trek Route:

    Our epic journey to Everest Base Camp begins with a scenic 4-hour, 132km drive to Manthali Airport in the Ramechhap District. We board a small yet thrilling twin-otter plane, soaring high over the endless ridges and peaks of the Himalayas towards the legendary Lukla Airport - hailed as the most exciting airstrip in the world.

    Upon landing in Lukla, we will gather our trekking gear and set off on foot, entering the Sagarmatha Buffer Zone which safeguards the ancient lands of the Sherpa people. We spend our first night in Phakding, a colorful village of tea houses, prayer flags, and snow-capped vistas. Continuing north, we enter the heartland of the Sherpas, the local indigenous tribe who have lived for centuries in the highest habitable settlements on earth. Our second night is spent in Namche Bazaar, the busy capital of the Khumbu region, where we enjoy our last hot showers and ice-cold beers before the real adventure begins.

    After Namceh we will leave the well-trodden Everest Base Camp route behind and take the serene Gokyo Valley trail. After crossing the beautiful settlement of Mong-La, we will spend a night in Phortse. Phortse village is consistently voted as one of the most picturesque villages in the region. It's a settlement with its traditional Sherpa architecture and ancient terraced farming fields set against the mighty Thamserku and Kangtega peaks.

    Very few trekkers venture onto this remote trail that we take which is indeed very magical. From Phortse taking the jaw-dropping high elevated trail, we will walk to Dingboche and join the regular EBC trail. Now leaving behind the tree-line zone we will enter into the alpine zone where the air is thin with only alpine herbs.

    After acclimatization day at Dingboche, once our bodies have adjusted to the altitude, we push on toward our ultimate goal – the iconic Everest Base Camp. After the successful ascent of EBC, we continue further to Kala Patthar at 5545 meters for sunset or sunrise views.

    Having conquered the literal high point of our adventure on the Kala Patthar summit, we descend to the village of Pheriche. Next, we will now take an alternative route back to civilization via the region's most sacred Buddhist sites – the centuries-old Tengboche monastery. It's a beautiful place with an exceptional view. We will visit this spiritual sanctuary where we complete our pilgrimage by lighting a butter lamp to give thanks for our safe passage.

    From Tengboche, we descend through the rhododendron and head to Namche Bazaar to celebrate our achievements. Following the Dudh Kosi river valley, we retrace our steps back to Lukla for a celebratory final night of dancing, music, and gratitude with our amazing Sherpa guides and porters. They are the ones who made this extraordinary expedition possible. The next morning we will take another scenic flight back to the comforts and bright lights of Kathmandu – with incredible memories to last a lifetime.

    Is Everest Base Camp Trek Difficult? 

    The very simple answer to this question is - Not Really. Trekking to Everest Base Camp is certainly not easy. It isn't something like a morning walk in the park, it is challenging and requires preparations both mentally and physically. It requires great physical activity. Everest Base Camp is Strenuous and quite challenging in regards to its altitude which we ascend regularly every day. However, what matters most is how well are you acclimatized into the thin air. The Nepal Pyramids itinerary is designed to set enough time for good acclimatization so that you can enjoy the trek without straining yourself.

    EBC trek is possible for anyone with reasonable fitness. Any pre-physical training prior to your trek will be an added advantage to further assist you in your Everest dream. Above all, what is more significant is your determination and positive attitude toward your goal. If you have a very well-set positive outlook both in your thoughts and heart about your goal, nothing can stop you.

    Besides, it's not the level of difficulty that puts someone on a platform to failure, it's the FEAR.

    Permits required for Everest Base Camp Trekking:

    All foreign national requires two permits for this trip. The overall cost for the permits required is approximately USD $ 50 equivalent to NPR 5,390.

    What are two Permits?

    • Sagarmatha National Park Permit - Cost - NPR 3000 / rough equivalent to USD$ 25 Per Person - For SAARC nationals NPR 115 Per Person - Locals are to pay NPR 100 Per Person.
    • Khumbu Rural Municipality permit - Cost - NPR 2000 / rough equivalent to USD$ 16/17 - price is the same for SAARC nationals as well.

    However, children below 10 years old don't require permits.

    Where you can obtain the permits?

    National Park permits can be obtained in Kathmandu itself or you can always get them at Monjo (settlement at Sagarmatha National Park). Whereas for Khumbu rural municipality permit you have to get it from the Lukla counter. A copy of your passport or your original is required for the permits.

    When is the Best time to Trek to Everest Base Camp?

    The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp is during the Spring Season which starts from March until May or the autumn season which is from September until November in Nepal. Travelers do the trek to Everest Region even during the winter like December and January as it provides the most beautiful crystal clear weather. The probability of high or low cloud interference during winter is very low or zero.

    However, trekking to EBC in winter is certainly a big challenge. The temperature drops below zero every day starting from Lukla itself. Few of the lodges at high elevations that are not permanent residents like in Thugla, Lobuche, or Gorakshep can be shut down. This is due to the temperature extremity that is unsupportable for many, especially the working staff. However, trekking to EBC in December is becoming trendy these days - KNOW WHY TREK TO EBC IN DECEMBER.

    Monsoon is not recommended due to the high chances of flight cancellation when flying to Lukla or out of Lukla Airport. Anyone trekking to EBC during winter must be very well-equipped with warm equipment and be ready to prepare for the worst chill scenario.

    However, we have month-by-month details for Everest Base Camp Trek.

    Everest Base Camp Trek Cost for 2024

    The cost of the Everest Base Camp trek can vary widely based on several factors. The factors include the route you take, the duration of the trek, the level of comfort you seek, and the services you choose. Here's a general breakdown of the EBC Trek Cost.

    • Permits: You'll need permits to enter the Sagarmatha National Park and the local government area. The cost of these permits can change, but they are a significant part of the total cost.
    • Guides and Porters: Hiring a guide and/or porter is common and can enhance your trekking experience. Guides can provide valuable information about the region, help with navigation, and ensure your safety. Porters can carry your heavy backpack, allowing you to trek more comfortably. So this will surely add up to your Everest Base Camp Trek Cost.
    • Accommodation: There are various types of accommodation along the trek, ranging from basic tea houses to Luxury lodges. The EBC trek cost depends on the quality of accommodation you choose.
    • Food and Water: The cost of meals and bottled water will increase with elevation as you go higher along the trek. Since all supplies need to be transported to the higher altitudes the cost of transportation is implied unanimously.
    • Equipment: If you don't have your trekking gear, you might need to rent or buy equipment like trekking poles, sleeping bags, down jackets, and more. Most companies like OURS give these items for complimentary use to make the trip hassle-free. We try our best to cut down your costs to make your trip more comfortable and hassle-free.
    • Travel Insurance: It's highly recommended to have travel insurance that covers trekking activities, as the trek involves some level of risk due to high altitudes and challenging terrain.
    • Miscellaneous Expenses: The Everest Base Camp Trek Cost here includes things like hot showers, charging electronic devices, snacks, and other personal expenses.

    A rough estimate of the total cost for the Everest Base Camp trek could range from $1,300 to $3,000 or even more, depending on the factors mentioned above. These prices are subject to change with the change in new government taxation policies. Besides these costs, you would require emergency cash for situations like a horse on hire, health checkup, flight cancellation, etc.

    However, spending more doesn't necessarily guarantee a better experience, but cutting costs too much might affect your comfort, safety, and overall enjoyment of the trek. It's also recommended to book with reputable Local Trekking Agencies that prioritize safety and ethical practices.

    Important Information

    Complimentary Equipment:

    During your pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu, we provide you with a complimentary waterproof Duffel Bag, buff (neck gaiter), 2 Toilet Rolls, a Map, and a Baseball Cap. The duffel bag will serve as a means to pack all your necessary trekking supplies for your upcoming adventure.

    Your Daypack:

    In addition to the duffel bag, it is essential that you have your 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.

    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 with liners, a Walking Stick if required, and Yak-Track (mini crampons where required). However, When trekking at altitudes above 4,000 m, it is crucial to have your personal lightweight down jacket and warm fleece Jackets or hoodies. 

    Drinking Water Supply:

    In our commitment to environmental sustainability and responsible trekking practices, we wholeheartedly discourage the use of single-use mineral water bottles along the trekking route. To minimize plastic waste and protect the pristine Himalayan environment, our dedicated staff ensures a constant supply of safe, boiled drinking water throughout your journey. We kindly request that you carry reusable water bottles and rehydration bladder to stay well-hydrated. Together, we can make a positive impact on the delicate ecosystem.

    Assigning Porters:

    To ensure 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 10/11 kg as the weight limitation for porters is 25/30kg max and if you are flying to any high mountain airports in Nepal your overall weight limitation including your duffle + daypack is only 15kg / 33 pounds.

    Your Extra Luggage:

    For your convenience, you can store all your extra luggage, and suitcases at the hotel SAFETY STORE in Kathmandu. This way, you can travel light and have peace of mind knowing that your belongings are safe and secure.

    Tipping Tips:

    Tipping is a gesture of appreciation, a heartfelt way to express gratitude for the incredible journey you've embarked upon and the dedication of the remarkable individuals who have been your guiding stars throughout your trek. 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 the entire team who make your adventure possible. It is a way to honor their dedication, hard work, and the stories they've shared around the campfire, deepening the bonds formed in the heart of the mountains.

    Caution at the Airport on Arrival:

    Upon arrival, we strongly advise against entrusting your bag to anyone other than our trusted office representatives. Unknown airport porters taking your luggage for a few seconds and claiming for TIPS is a very common incident at the airport. Our team is there to ensure that your belongings remain safe and that you can embark on your adventure with confidence. Your safety and peace of mind are our utmost priority.

    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.

    Everest Base Camp Trekking - 16 Days 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. 

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