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Great Himalaya Trail in Nepal

Everest base camp trek

everest base camp


everest base camp trekking

EBC trek

everest base camp trek

everest base camp trek

everest trek

everest base camp trek

everest base camp trek


(16 days)

"A trek designed to get you real close-up to the 'mother of all peaks' Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world. "

Getting to an elevation of 5357m, Everest Base Camp is an achievement. After a day exploration of the treasure troves in Kathmandu the Everest Base Camp Trek begins with the electrifying flight to the airport in Lukla, which hangs on the edge of the cliff at 2900m. While penetrating through the floral and faunal biodiversity of Sagaramatha National Park, the trial winds through the magnificent forests of rhododendron, magnolia and firs. The gateways to scattered highland hamlets are adorned with Buddhist prayers engraved mani walls and fluttering prayer flags.
The stunning landscapes and the breathtaking views of Himalayan giants including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Ama Dablam among others are frequent rewards throughout the trek. Visit to sacred Himalayan Monasteries including the one at Tengboche and encounter with the culture of native Sherpa families are astounding cultural highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek. Getting closer to colossal Everest, Kalapattar 5545m is a breather offering the best view Everest and the fantastic glacial walk to the Everest Base Camp which lies at the foot of the Khumbu Icefall make the trek absolutely worthwhile.



Trip duration: 16 Days
Trip grade: moderate to fairly challenging - Grade Explanation
Activity: Trekking and Cultural excursion
Starts in: Kathmandu
Ends in: Kathmandu
Trek type: TH (Tea House / Lodge)
Accommodation: Hotel, lodge (tea house)
Transportation: Flight
Maximum altitude: 5545m


"The meeting and handling was very welcoming. The staffs at Explore Himalaya were very friendly and helpful".

"The trek was adapted by our tour guide to help suit our group, so the best outcome for all of us could be achieved. Great guide and Great Sherpas were always with better plans. The adjustment of itinerary to suit one more group was an excellent job as we had more fun".

"Meals were always good. Hotels were far better than we expected, considering the locations".

Name: Tony Bruke
Country: Australia
Area: Everest Base Camp
12 October 2012, 2102

“We felt like a king and received very professional service from all staff during our trip. Lodges and food during the trek was good.”

Name:  Niklas Jacobsen and Sandra Maculla 
Country: Germany and Switzerland
Area: Everest base camp with Renjo-la pass, Gokyo lake and Cho-la pass
Date: 19th- 30th April, 2012 

“ The meeting and handling was very good and on time. We were provided lots useful tips about the Kathmandu and trek. During trek our trekking staffs were very helpful. Lodges were good with warm welcome every time. Itinerary was good and flexible and adapted to our needsC

Name: Eva Aksahin
Country: Hungary
Area: Everest
Date: 24th April- 4th May,2012

“This is a note to thank you. Firstly though, allow me to apologise for the delay in getting thoughts and sentiments to paper. We have been back a number of weeks and life slowly drags you back into the quagmire of routine.

I was recently part of a group that spent time in Nepal – Kathmandu and the Himalaya primarily. (We were there in late April for three weeks) This was the first time that I have travelled to your beautiful country and our entire Nepal and Himalaya trip was truly spectacular!

I think for all first timers, Nepal and the majestic, challenging Himalaya – always are. What made the difference to our experience though was the quality of the people who guided and educated, welcomed and helped us – the family that looked after us whilst we were there. The more you spend time there, and allow the significance of your own experience to sink in the more powerful this realisation becomes. As you become able to accurately compare your support team to other groups on the trail – this degree to which the quality of your experience there is determined by your team becomes apparent.

We were truly blessed in this regard, and the quality of our experience, certainly mine (I do think I speak for us all though) – was off the charts, a special and unique, privileged time. The ground crew / Kathmandu crew at Explore Himalaya were competent, courteous, on time and wonderful. They bent over backwards when we changed schedules, and clucked and fussed around us to ensure we had a smooth time. They just made the cacophony and madness of Kathmandu, and logistics in Nepal in general a non-headache, which as I'm sure you know is a major thing.

They key factor however, that made our adventure truly special, unique and wonder-filled, was our guide, Da Yula Sherpa, and his team. He is a man amongst men, and with his brother and nephew – were the best team we could ever have hoped or imagined to have guide and look after us in the Himalaya. Da Yula's preparation, experience and attention to detail made our experience wonderful. I don't say this lightly – his attention to all details: - food, illness scenario's, logistics on the mountain, accommodation, routes, comfort, security, every conceivable variable that could have been prepared for and thought about - was incredible and so thorough. Being with them made the adventure rich in detail – we learned SO MUCH from him about Nepal, the people, the culture, the mountains, he and his team were so much more than walking guides. They were anything but that – and the unit we formed up there was incredibly special. They made our trip, and I will recommend them and you; Explore Himalaya unreservedly to anyone venturing to Nepal.

Without your input and guidance, we would not have had this unique experience – it is much and seriously appreciated. ”

Name: Andrew Gillespie
Country: South Africa
Area:  EBC Trek/ Everest Region
Date: April, 2012

“The meeting and handling was very good. Tour & trek guides and support staff were excellent. The hotels were also very good. ”

Name:  Brian Johnson
Country: UK
Area:  Everest Base Camp
Date: March, 2012


“The staff were very informative and punctual and explained what was happening. They were supportive and well informed. Service within lodges were excellent. Gopal, Shenka, Bharat and Saros – excellent service by all 4 guides! Sumandra was an excellent tour oprator and he deserved a great thank you!”

Name: Shawn Levie, Jason Laioler, Stephen McFarlane, Michelle McDonald
Country: Australia
Area: Everest Base Camp Trek/ Everest Region
Trip Date: : October, 2011


“Our guides provided fantastic service. Gopal, as the leader was fantastic – very patient, courteous, obliging, organized and managed staff & trekkers well. His support guides were also excellent but needed appropriate clothing and footwear. Our itinerary was great. The trek was fabulous. Flexibility good. Appreciated efforts in getting out of “fogged in” Lukla. Explore Himalaya’s staff was very obliging.”

Name: Creighton Donahue
Area: Everest Base Camp Trek/ Everest Region
Trip Date: : October, 2011


“The meeting & handling was good. Kisan was polite & helpful. Gopal & the other guides were excellent, knowledgeable and helped us all through the trek.”

Name: Neil Scott
Area: Everest Base Camp Trek/ Everest Region
Trip Date: : October, 2011


"Kudos to Explore Himalaya! You have made this trek a memory for a lifetime for us. We will never forget any moment of this trek. We promise to come back to us whenever we go on any trek in future as we do not want to look for any other travel companies in Nepal simply because they will not be anyway close to you with regards to efficiency. To handle a group of young lads from India that too 9 in number was some task...but that is what we thought. For you it was a job well done. Guys, The Final Dinner with Mr. Navin, Mr. Prabhakar and Mr. Samundra spoke a lot about the relation that we will be sharing after this trek. It was a pleasure to trek under your itinerary and the support staff that you have simply rocksss!  All in all, its a start of a wonderful relation all 9 of us will share with Explore Himalaya.”

Name: Mahek Kamdar & friends
Country: India
Area: Everest / EBC Trek
Date: May, 2011


"Yalamber was fantastic. Our trek & Tour guides and support staff were all very good. We very much appreciate your efforts in getting us out of Lukla on an early flight. Meals during the trek were excellent, considering the remoteness. Dingboche was fantastic. We suggest you to encourage trekkers to take an extra day to visit. We also suggest you use Family Hotel there - very nice."

Name: Ye’elah Berman
Country: Australia
Area: Everest
Date: November, 2010


"The meeting and handling was brilliant. The service of supporting staff was 5 star.The transportation was perfect and our itinerary was informative. Thank you to everyone who helped after I got rescued. I was treated like a King!"

Name:  Lee Haslam
Country: UK
Area: EBC Trek – Chitwan Tour
Date: November, 2010


"Bharat our trek guide, is an exceptionally nice individual and very supportive, kind and experienced. The porters were also brilliant. During the trek, meals were generally good. Hotel Marshyangdi in Kathmandu had great service. Overall we had an amazing experience.We highly recommend this to anyone else in UK seeking a similar experience."

Name:  Chris Wilborne & David Hay
Country: UK
Area: EBC Trek – Chitwan Tour
Date: November, 2010

"Thank you very much for the great support during our trek and more importantly your help after our return to Kathmandu. We had a great guide, Tiger (Bagbir), and porter. They both were very supportive during the entire trek. Tiger was very aware of our condition and health and made sure we stayed within our comfort zone. Your support staff in Kathmandu was great, what else can I say? Although we had some communication issues (mostly on my part), Kisan was always there to offer support. Thanks again!!!!!!"

Name: Mark & Daniel
Country: USA
Area: Everest
Date: October 2010

"Our guide was exceptional. His knowledge of the region, the people and their culture was excellent. And our porter was always very helpful and cheerful. We also felt very safe with Phul, our guide, as his knowledge of AMS was very good. Although very basic, our meals and accommodation, during the trek were fine. The service was always friendly and accommodating. The transportation was good and our itinerary excellent."

Name: Karen & Roy
Country: UK
Area: Everest Base Camp / EBC Trek
Date: June 2010

"Our trek guide (Maule Tamang) was very informative and knowledgeable of the area and rather amusing company. The services in lodges during the trek were better than expected - very clean (except some toilets), friendly & hospitable staff with very good English. The meals during the trek were amazing. Good 'dal-bhat' even right at the top! Lukla airport landing was very memorable. Our itinerary was very good and well planned, but allow extra time in Kala Patthar and perhaps a rest day in higher altitude. Very happy with the selection of hotel in Kathmandu- good location, clean and peaceful."

Name: Soliel McKinly
Country: Australia
Area: Everest / EBC Trek
Date: May, 2010

"The meeting and handling was super. Maule our trek guide is a good guy. He knows a lot about the area and he is very friendly. Services at lodges during the trek was perfect."

Name: Mikkel & BjØrn Thygeso
Country: Denmark
Area: Everest / Everest Base Camp Trek
Date: May, 2010

"The Nepalese people are extremely friendly and welcoming. Our trek guide and support staff were great. The hotels and lodges that we stayed in were quite hospitable. Yak & yeti was awesome. Nice that they had boxed breakfast for us the day we left to go trekking. Also thank you for putting us in the upgraded rooms on our return. Transportation was great - on time and waiting for us at pick up and drop off points! We shared good communication with Natang (trek guide) and the sherpas as well as with Explore Himalaya staff."

Name: Tina Pauley
Country: USA
Area: Everest / EBC Trek
Date: April, 2010


"The meeting and handling went perfectly. Our guide and sherpas were excellent. During the trek, the meals as well as the lodges we stayed in were fine. In Kathmandu we were accommodated the hotels we stayed in were quite good."

Name: Juan Carlos Gonzalez
Country: Denmark
Area: Everest
Date: April, 2010


"The meeting and handling was good. Mr. Kishan has been very helpful, good-natured and soft spoken. The itinerary was well planned. We would have liked the guide to give us enough information about the alternative lodges available during the trek. In Pheriche and Namche, we upgraded to different lodges and it was a much better experience."

Name: Anshul
Country: India
Area: Everest Base Camp
Date: March, 2010

"I got to know about your company via Google. This trip was satisfying. The meeting and handling was excellent. I am very happy with guide Bharat. The itinerary was very good, not too exerting and I enjoyed it. Great arrangement! Looking forward to make many more trips to Nepal through Explore Himalaya!"

Name: Nitin Supekar
Country: India
Area: Everest Base Camp
Date: March, 2010


"We heard about your company online. We are very happy with Explore Himalaya and its staff members. We had lost a bag and they helped us find it. All were very kind, especially Nirgaman and Bharat - they made our trip more enjoyable. The only suggestion I would like to give is give trekkers different options about where to eat and sleep during the trek. If it is more expensive we can decide to pay the difference."

Name: Jose Orozco
Country: Mexico
Area: Everest Base Camp
Date: March, 2010

More Testimonials on Everest Base Camp

Day 01 - Arrive Kathmandu
Day 02 - Sightseeing tour of Boudhanath, Pashupatinath & Patan
Day 03 - Flight to Lukla & trek to Phakding
Day 04 - Trek to Namche (3450m)
Day 05 - Rest day in Namche
Day 06 - Trek to Thyangboche[3864m]
Day 07 - Trek to Pheriche [4252m]
Day 08 - Rest day in Pheriche
Day 09 - Trek to Lobuche[4930m]
Day 10 - Trek to Gorak Shep [5184m]
Day 11 - Trek to Everest BC [5357], back to Gorak Shep
Day 12 - Trek to Pangboche [3985m]
Day 13 - Trek to Namche[3450m]
Day 14 - Trek to Lukla[2900m]
Day 15 - Flight to Kathmandu
Day 16 - Depart Kathmandu

Fixed Departures 2015

10 Feb - 25 Feb // 22 Feb - 09 Mar // 09 Mar - 24 Mar // 21Mar - 05 Apr // 
02 April - 17 April //14 April - 29 Apr // 26 Apr-11 May //  05 May - 20 May //       
15 Sept - 30 Sept // 27 Sept- 12 Oct // 06 Oct - 21 Oct // 18 Oct-02 Nov //
 03 Nov - 18 Nov // 15 Nov -30 Nov // 29 Nov- 14 Dec // 08 Dec-23 Dec // 20 Dec-04 Jan //  


T-house trek:
Includes: Accommodation in Lodge, guide, porters and all meals
USD 1840 per person on twin sharing – minimum of 3 persons

Guide, Accommodation and Porter trek (GAP trek):
Includes: Accommodation in Lodge, guide and porters only
USD 1445 per person on twin sharing – minimum of 3 persons

Single room supplement: US$ 70 (compulsory if no one to share the room with)


  • All meals during trek in Local Lodge (except for GAP trek)
  • Accommodation during trek available everyday en-route (local lodge)
  • English speaking local expert guide, porters
  • Sagarmatha National park fees
  • Trekkers' Information Management System fees
  • Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu airfare with domestic airport departure tax
  • 3 nights' accommodation at 3 star hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing with breakfast
  • All guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and entry fees.
  • Airport transfers with an escort
  • Equipment clothing for porter & staffs
  • Insurance for all staff & porters 


  • Nepal visa - Multiple Entrée 30 days - USD 40 Details in Visa Page Details in Visa Page
  • International flight
  • Lunch & dinner during hotel stay in Kathmandu
  • Meals during GAP trek, hot shower during trek
  • Extra baggage charges (All together only 15 kg is allow by domestic airline) 
  • Personal gears & clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips, any expenses incurred in emergency evacuation/road block due to any reason, table drinks, snacks while walking
  • Your insurance
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