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Budget Everest Base Camp Trek

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Mt. Everest has been popular since it was well-measured by Sir George Everest from the UK & in 1856 Everest got cited as the world’s highest mountain. Whereas the Budget Everest Base Camp Trekking has been popular when Sir Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay Sherpa Submitted the top of Everest on 1953 May 29. Every year the percentage of trekkers increases because of Everest treks from all over the world. However, the Everest trek is not only a walking holiday it is also a chance to get a thrilling experience of walking, trekking, and local Sherpa, Rai, and Tamang Culture & Traditions.

Budget Everest Base Camp Trek begins after a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport. This Airport is considered the World’s scariest Airport since the Airstrip is halfway up on a cliff face at 2800 meters in a small village with the same name. After a safe landing, we begin the first trek, which will take 2 -3 hours to Phakding (2,660 m). There we will stay overnight. After an early breakfast, we begin the second-day trek to Namche Bazaar as it is a beautiful Sherpa village in the Khumbu region.

Namche Bazaar is a densely Sherpa Populated Village, from where you can enjoy Peaks of the Himalayan Range, such as Lhotse, Everest, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Kwgde, Thamserku, and many other stunning white mountains. A further small hike will bring us to the Everest View Hotel, where you can enjoy more of the breathtaking Mount Everest view from a perfect angle including mesmerizing valley view and surrounding high mountain peaks.

For people who have to Travel on a Budget, we have developed a special Trekking Package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek. Our Aim is, everyone should at least once in a lifetime experience Mount Everest. Included in this Package are Accommodation, Guides, and Porters, who will take you Safely to the Everest Base camp. We are aware, that the Everest Base Camp Trek is a dream of many people; Adventure seekers as well as people like you and me. After all, not every day you arrive at the base camp of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. This led us to find ways to offer you the Budget Everest Base Camp Trek on a low Budget for a lesser fee without cutting back on safety requirements.

We want you to get there and back safely. While we are on the trek you will be amazed by the scenery of Mountains, blue sky, and Nature in general, while at the same time you will get an insight into the Sherpa Culture.

However, over the years we have observed that this might be too long for some people. So we came up with a short trek, which lasts for only 13 days. Whenever possible, we try to adjust our offers to our guest’s needs. Therefore, we have adjusted the Budget Everest Base Camp Trekking in a way, that only people who want the Budget Everest Base Camp Trekking Package.

At the Everest Region Trekking, there are so many Tea houses and Lodges to stay in as it is a Popular and Highest area trek in the world. If you don’t have a Tent or any camping Gear no worries you will have private clean and safe Tea House Accommodations. This trek can be extended toward the Gokyo valley trek if you are still fit after Everest base camp there is a straight way to go to Gokyo via Chola Pass which is one of the most famous high passes in the world.

About Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest base camp trek starts in Lukla after your 30-minute flight from Kathmandu and the trek route leads you through the beautiful Everest Khumbu valley and Imja valley to Everest base camp (EBC), which is situated on the southern side of Mt. Everest. Next, after visiting the Everest base camp the route takes us to Kalapthar which is the viewpoint of Nepal, from where you can explore such a magnificent Everest Himalaya range including Mount Everest-8.848 m.

The Everest base camp trek is the best high-altitude adventure trekking Journey in the Himalayas of Nepal. It is not only the trekking journey; it is also a wonderful chance to encounter the Sherpa Community, Culture, Customs indescribable landscapes, and their way of living.

Embark into the Sagarmatha National park gives you many opportunities to explore the Khumbu region such as colorful decorative Buddhist monetary, Suspension bridges, alpine meadows, Yak farm, Sherpa local houses, crystal clear Dudh Koshi river, Namche bazaar, and so many surrounding high Mountain beauties.

The route of the Everest base camp trek starts from Lukla following the forested narrow path along the river and passes quite some local Sherpa towns then to Phakding.

On this journey, Phakding is your first overnight stay on this trek. The Everest base camp trek itinerary provided by your travel agency is one of the most important things that you need to follow for your safe trek, Thus from Phakding,

We head towards Namche bazaar on our day 2nd through the alpine forest and local houses. Namche Bazaar is a hub of the Everest region trek where there are Banks, Bars, a Bakery, and more than 50 lodges to stay. It is where we spent 1 extra night for acclimation.

The next day, Our Journey continues to Tengboche, where you can visit the largest monastery in the Khumbu region.  It is also a popular place for Sherpa’s biggest festival the Mani Rimdu held in November. After that, we trek to Dingboche passing some forests, bridges, Buddhist curtains, and different air landscapes. The Dingboche is already standing at 4460 meters from sea level, hence you are recommended to stay 2-night At Dingboche for acclimatization than we follow the itinerary reach to Lobuche.

Eventually, we reach Gorakshep and Everest base camp. The route of the Everest base camp trek from Dingboche is a snowy rock-strewn path, but the view of giant mountains is just there.

Your 7th-day journey finally takes you to your dream destination- The Everest base camp and Kalapathar. We ascent to Everest base camp after reaching Gorakshep then the next day we hike to Kalapathar to see the charmed Everest mountain range, the Khumbu ice-fall, and Khumbu Glacier then we retrace our steps to Gorakshep and descent to Pheriche. The next day is Namche likewise Lukla following the same route of the EBC trek.

The best trekking seasons having a place with the autumn season (Mid to Sep. – End of Nov.) and spring season (March to May) are known as the best trekking season and months for the Everest base camp trek.

Everest base camp & Kalapathar trek organize by the local trekking agency:

There are thousands of trekking agencies that organize the Everest base camp and Kalapathar therefore Everest trekkers get confused about either international-level agencies or agency run by locals. However, trekking through the local trekking agency is much cheaper compared to an international level agency.

You are advised to book your EBC trek with a local trekking agency for your care, and quality service and the money you pay for this trip goes straight to local people which increases the local economy.

Safe holiday adventure is a local travel agency based in Kathmandu and we are a team of experienced Trekking guide who has been working for 15 years in the Himalayas of Nepal thus, we will be pleased to share our experiences with you and makes your Everest base camp trek a memorable on a reasonable price.

Everest base camp trek Package price:

The Everest base camp trek package price is not constant because all different agencies provide different servicing however, primarily the price of the EBC trek differs with the service inclusive section and exclusive sections.

Everest Base Camp Trek is 12 days journey from Kathmandu to Kathmandu with both ways Lukla flights so the 12 days Everest base camp trek package price cost $1299 US respectively, but at your request, we can give a discount and gives you an option to trek with groups or without.

Best season for Everest base camp trek (EBC):

The best season for EBC trekking is from mid-September to the end of November known as the autumn season similarly; From March to May known as the spring season is the best time for Everest base camp and Kalapthar trek. Spring and autumn season has relatively Crowe, but you perceive the super clear view of the Everest Himalayas, less chance of flight cancellation, and chancing to observe some Sherpa festivals.

The Everest base camp trek can be done during Monsoon and winter, but it is a relatively more challenging and a rare chance to see clear mountain views, so if you wish to witness the mountain in a tranquil trekking path then Winter season (Dec- Feb) and Monsoon season (June to Aug.) is the best time of EBC trek.

Budget Everest base trek information:

  1. Everest Base Camp Kalapathar Trek in November
  2. Major interesting facts about Lukla airport
  3. Answers to your Everest base camp trek Questions
  4. Major 20 Things you Need to Know Before Trekking to Everest Base Camp
  5. Everest base camp trekking price
  6. The Everest base camp trekking Distance

The Everest base camp trekking itself is a wide area with some alternative routes, however, the information above might help to make your comfortable and memorable trip. If you want me to help you with your trip, please just drop your message at

Budget Everest base camp trek short Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350 m),

Day 02: Fly to Lukla (2,850 m) in the morning and trek to Phakding (2,660 m/8727 ft). Village,

Day 03: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3450 m/11,318 ft) – 6 hrs walk,

Day 04: Acclimatization and rest at Namche Bazaar,

Day 05: Trek to Tengboche (3,890 m/12762 ft) /Pangbuche (3,900 m/12795 ft) – 5 hrs/6.5 hrs walk,

Day 06: Trek to Dingboche (4,360 m/14304 ft) – 4 hrs walk,

Day 07: Trek to Lobuche (4,910 m/16108 ft) – 5 hrs walk,

Day 08: Trek to Gorakshep (5,180 m/16994 ft) and Everest Base Camp (5364 m/17598 ft) and back to Gorakshep-7 hrs walk,

Day 09: Trek to Kalapathar (5,555 m/18225 ft) and Pheriche (4220 m/13845 ft) – 6 hrs walk,

Day 10: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,435 m/11,318 ft) – 6 to 7 hrs walk,

Day 11: Trek to Lukla (2,860 m/9,383 ft) – 7 hrs walk,

Day 12: Fly back to Kathmandu (30-35 minutes) – 30-minute flight,

Day 13: Final Departure.

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1350 m/4,428 ft)

When you landed at Kathmandu airport, we will be greeted by our agency representative and he will drop you at your hotel. We provide you with a comfortable Car/ Jeep as per the size of a group. When you check in at your hotel we let you have your own time for refreshment, and rest than in the evening time we will provide you with local authentic food.

Overnight: Kathmandu Hotel

Meals included:  Dinner

Day 02:  Kathmandu valley City tour

Kathmandu city tour is the best way to explore the old architecture and culture we manage your city guide after your breakfast at your hotel, he will take you around world heritage sites which are very historical and cultural places. The Pashupatinath temple, Swayambhunath stupa, Kathmandu Durbar square, and Boudhanath stupa are the major highlights for travelers where you can visit so many interesting things both culturally and religiously. Pashupatinath temple is one of the most popular temples for Hindu people and pilgrims, Swayamhunath Stupa is also known as a monkey temple from where we can see the entire Kathmandu valley as it is situated on the top of the mountain. The Bouddhanath stupa is just massif and it is the world’s largest stupa Kathmandu Durbar square is an ancient royal palace. After visiting that popular historical place our city guide will drop you at your hotel.

Overnight: Kathmandu hotel

Included Meals: Breakfast

Day 03: Fly to Lukla then trek to Phakding (2651 m/8700 ft): 30 minute Flight, 8 km distance & 3 hrs trek

Today we will be flying early to Lukla from Kathmandu. It is about a 30-minute flight to the east’s north side of Kathmandu as it is a popular place for the Everest region trek. When we reach Lukla we will stop there at a tea shop and meet some porters there and we begin the trek. The trail today is quite easy and short and the first 1-hour walk going to be gradual downhill to the Cheplung Sherpa villages, it is a beautiful Sherpa village where you can see traditional people, their farming, and the sacred mountain Khumbila. It is a holy mountain in Nepal. The trail is gradual down and up some time, but it is a pleasant way made in stone mostly. After the 3-hour walk, we will reach Phakding village where we can see so many tea house accommodations and quite some tourists too as it is the first trekker’s settlement of this trek.

Overnight: Phakding

Meals in the package: Breakfast, Lunch Dinner

Day 04: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3438 m/1280 ft): 11 km distance: 6 Hrs trek

We begin the trek after breakfast at our lodge we then follow the north-up valley and crystal clear river. Today we will have to go over the bridge at least 5 times over the Dudh Koshi River. We continue our walkthrough Toktok, Banker Monjo which is about an hour difference walk and we follow the gradually ascending path to Monjo where we have to check all our permits and legal documents for the trek. After that, we descend a few minutes across the bridge and we will stop at Jorsalle for Lunch. The lunch break will make your very strong leg climb all the way up to Namche. The first-hour walk will still follow the Dudh Koshi river and some suspension bridges we then steeply climb through the pine forest till we reach the beautiful Namche Bazaar.

Overnight:  At tea house Namche

Meals: B.L.D

Day 05: Namche Bazaar Acclimatization day

Namche Bazaar is a popular town in the Everest Khumbu region where we can have quite some facilities such as a bank, ATM machine, Government office, Cafe, bar, restaurant, and so many categories of shopping stalls. We hike to Army camp, which is about a 20-minute climb from the lodge and the view from there is just unbelievable including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and other many peaks surrounded. If you are thinking to have a nap or reading a book just relax at your hotel, then we recommend you not to go further up from that viewpoint if you are quite fit and prefer to walk for a few more hours, then we can visit Khumjung village where we can see Hillary School, very old Gompa and we can see the scalp of yeti.  We will have our lunch at Khumjung We then trek back to Namche Bazaar.

Overnight: At Namche 

Meals included: B. L. D

Day 06: Trek to Tyangboche (3,870 m/ 12,694 ft): 10 km: 5 to 6 hours trek

We begin the day early in the morning again. For the first 20-minute walk from our hotel, we have to climb steeply on stone-made trekking we then walk just on a wide and easy trail Lunch place the Funkithanga. The Funkithanga is a small area located at the bank of the river where we stop for lunch and trek steeply uphill Tyangboche through the forest. The Tyangboche is famous because of the old monastery and its indescribable view as located on the top of the high green hill at  3870 m. If you are interested to visit the monastery and want to see the chanting ceremony, then you should reach Tyanboche before 3 pm or the next morning at 6 am you can visit.

Overnight at Tyangboche

Meals: B. L. D

Day 07: Trek to Dingboche (4,360 m/14,300 ft): 9 km: 5 hours trek

After breakfast, we follow the trail towards Dingboche. Our trail descends at the beginning into the birch forest,  Rhododendron forest, and confer. We walk about 25 minutes downhill then we reach Deboche then we cross the suspension bridge over the Imja river so then we follow the trail ascending to Pacgboche. We continue our walk tough Ijma valley which is gradually uphill until So mare where we will stop for lunch we then continue the walk smoothly through the valley until Pheriche Khola where we have to go over the bridge, then climb another 20 minutes after that you can see already quite big Dingboche village and towering peaks.

Overnight at Dingboche

Meals: B. L. D.

Day 08: Acclimatization day  at Dingboche    

Today we will have a very relaxing day that we eat breakfast on our own time, then slowly we go climb Nagarkhan hill which is about an hour’s walk steeply which helps a lot not to get mountain sickness and also the view from the Nagrakhan hill is just magical including Mt. Makalu, Lhotse, Island peak, Ama Dablam and many other peaks. We trek back to the Hotel after that short hike, then rest at the lodge.

Overnight: Dingboche

Meals: B.L.D

Day 09: Trek to Lobuche (4910 m/ 16108.92): 8 km:  5 to 6 hours trek

It is a relatively quite difficult day as we are walking over 4300 m now today. We begin the day with a short climb from Dingboche for about 20 minutes we then follow the small trail towards and north valley as it is just a stunning area from where we can see a really close-up view of Mountain Changatse and Cholatse. We walk on an easy path of about 2 and a half hours, then we reach Dhugla (4645 m), where all trekkers stop as there are few tea houses. We also stop and take some food after we follow the steep trail up to Memorial hill which is about an hour’s walk, but it is quite difficult because of the steep path and altitude. When we reach the memorial hilltop we can see hundreds of memorials who have died during the climb. We will have a short rest there then trek to Lobuche through the east valley and for about an hour trek we reach Lobuche.

Overnight: Lobuche

Meals: B.L.D

Day 10: Trek to Everest base camp and back to Gorakshep (5170 m/16961 ft) 13 km: 7 to 8 hours trek

Trekking to Everest base camp today is the most highlighted day as we begin the trek very early from Lobuche following the small path towards the eastern valley. The trail until Gorakshep is just a gradual uphill, but each and every step ahead provides you such stunning mountain views, Khumbu Glacier, and just clear sky. Once we reach Gorakshep we will have some food and get rooms for the night in the tea house we then trek to EBC with just a day bag, a bottle of water, medicines, dry food, and a camera. The trek to EBC is just a gradual uphill on the rock, after 2 to 3 hours of walks we reach EBC, which is the main target of this trek so you can stay some time, take photographs of the Khumbu Glacier and ice-fall, then back to Gorakshep via the same way.

Overnight: Gorakshep (at tea house)

Meals:  B.L.D

Day 11: Gorakshep to Kalapathar (5,545 m/18,192 ft) and trek to Pheriche (4,288 m/14,070 ft): 16 km: 7 to 8 hours

We woke up early morning today for the Kalapathar hike. It is about 1:30-minute to a 2-hour hike on the north side of Gorakshep. The view from Kalapathar is just indescribable, especially the World’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest and Nuptse. After the Kalapathar hike, we go back to Gorakshep and follow the path back to Lobuche similar to Dhugla and Pheriche. Today, after Kalapather’s only descent along the valley. The Pheriche is quite a big town where you can have quite Nice food, and better accommodation, than Gorakshepa and Lobuche.

Overnight: Pheriche

Meals: B.L.D

Day 12: Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar (3450 m/11318 ft) 20 km: 7 hours trek

We trek quite a long way to Namche today, but we just have to descents most of the time. The first 2 hours walk to  Pangboche where we can stop for tea if needed, then we continue to walk to Tyangboche where we stayed on the way up. We can have some lunch at Tyangboche and at the same time, you can still observe the towering tall mountains around including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, and Amadablam.

After lunch we will be walking on a very dry and rocky path steeply down until Funkithanga where we will have to cross the bridge we then continue to climb up the hill to the other side for about an hour then we reach Kyanjuma. The trekking path from Kyanjuma to Namche is just very wide and pleasant as it is an open area so the view is just very clear and open.

Overnight: Namche Bazaar

Meals: B.L.D

Day 13: Trek from Namche To Lukla (2860 m/ 9383 ft): 19 km: 6 to 7 hours trek

We begin our trek quite early today because we will have to walk about 19 km. Today our feet will be quite tired because the trail is mostly Rocky terrain. Trekking from Namche to Lukla goes through the village, forest, and quite some suspension bridges. The 7 hours journey today, takes us to Lukla then our trek is over. You will have dinner altogether as our porters are not flying back with you to Kathmandu so, it is your last day on the mountain therefore you have to tip your staff which is highly expected.

Overnight: Lukla

Meals: B.L.D

Day 15: Fly to Kathmandu

We are flying back to Kathmandu today in this morning after many days of walking in the mountain. After reaching Kathmandu you can have some rest and after your rest, you may go shopping for your family, and friends.  If you need any help to buy for shopping souvenirs then our guide will help you, and evening time we will have, a farewell dinner together as a completion of our Mountain Journey.

Overnight: Kathmandu Hotel

Meals: Dinner 

Day 16: Departure (Last day in Nepal for this trip)

Your trekking adventure in Nepal ends today and hoping for your visit in the near future with us. Our Airport representative will drop you off at the airport on time from your Hotel.

What is included
  • Pick-ups and Drops Service by private transport (Airport/Hotel/Airport),
  • Clean and net Accommodation with hot shower for 2-night in Kathmandu,
  • Local tea house, Hotel, Guesthouse Accommodation During the trekking,
  • Well, Trained English speaking Government Authorized Mountain Guide,
  • Guide insurance, food, and his Accommodation,
  • Everest national park entry permit, TIMS Permit,
  • Flight tickets Kathmandu/ Lukla/ Kathmandu,
  • Official expenses.
What is not included
  • International Air Tickets,
  • Your Lunch & Dinner In Kathmandu,
  • All meals during The Trek,
  • All Drinks, Alcoholic & non-alcoholic,
  • Insurance against Accident, Emergency rescue Evacuation,
  • City Tour,
  • Travel Insurance.
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Can I get a visa when I reach Kathmandu TIA Airport?

It is very easy to get a visa when you arrive at Kathmandu International Airport. Besides a few countries, most people from all different countries can get a visa. If you are staying in Nepal for 15 days you have to pay 25$ and a month’s stay costs 30$ and costs 100$ for 90 Days tourist visa. Don’t forget to get 2 passport-size a photograph with you for a visa.

If you want to fill up the online form here is the link
You can apply for an online visa from the 1st of March (

Your Company provides Pick up and drop Service on Arrival at Kathmandu Airport?

As we have a complimentary from our company, we will give you private transpiration to pick up you and drop you off. We have an airport representative who will take care of you when you arrive and depart in Nepal.

Which Season is the Best Month to Visit Nepal?

We have so many different areas of Trekking and tours where still we trek in monsoon and winter, but the best Season is spring (March-May) and Autumn (Sep to Nov). If you are planning your holiday in Nepal, you are highly recommended to make your trip between Sep to Dec if not March to May is good though.

Can a Trek to Everest Base Camp?

To Complete Everest base camp trekking, first of all, you have to be positive and need to do some workouts as it is really important. Before you go trekking to EBC if you are not so fit you can make morning exercise, have a balanced diet, and take care of fitness then you can do it easily. If you are already fit, then you just follow the general itinerary as your agency or guide provided then you can do it. The Geographical features of the Everest region are high, but the trail to go to EBC is just a gradual ascend so if you are between 15 years to 60 years and if you have general exercise then you can make Everest base camp easily as per your itinerary.

What kind of Accommodation will I get in the Everest Region?

The accommodations in the Everest region will be quite good because you can have a warm dining hall to eat your food and to talk with your friends and the room will be windproof plus perfect ply insulations, you can use an indoor Restroom near your room.

The excess of Accommodation during high season (Sep-Dec 15) will not be enough, sometimes because there are about 500 trekkers flying into Lukla to Everest trekking so you should reserve your accommodation if you want to be sure that you will have a room each night during the trek. You can tell your guide about reservations while you are in the Everest region because they always have each settlement’s hotel number and they know the person too, so just one day earlier or two days earlier they accept a reservation in the Everest region so you need to tell to your Guide or Porter. As per the itinerary for each settlement, you can get tea-house/lodges so it will be warm and safe during Everest trekking.

What sort of path do we follow from Lukla to Everest Base Camp?

Everest trekking region sounds very difficult, but it is not true 100% as a guide of the Everest region for 14 years I would say the path from Lukla will be wide and natural through many traditional Sherpa houses and new lodges, tea houses, Mani-wall, Suspension bridges, and Rivers. The path to walk each day will be about 4 to 5 hours from morning to evening you can walk slowly but it will be just a gradual path Except for Kalapather, Namche hill, and Tangbuche hill. Otherwise, it will be easy to ascend along the river.

What kind of food can I have during Everest Base Camp Trekking?

While you are in Kathmandu city obviously you can have all kinds of food of your choice but during trek Everest base camp trekking you can get, Pasta, Mo: mo (Dumpling food), Rice, Pancake, Apple pie, Nepali foods(Dhal Bhat), All kind of Noodles, Soups, Coffee, Tea, desert so no from the menu, But in general every tea house have menu and they serve you western foods, Nepali foods, continental and Indian food mainly in the lower part below Dingbuche and further up from there are not many choices like a lower loop but still they serve you so many different foods.

When you order your dinner in Everest Region during high season (Sept to Nov) you should give your order before 5 pm then give also them the time you will eat your dinner, then they will serve you on time because there are fixed lodges and so many people in the lodge this is why they have this kind of system.

Does Safe Holiday Adventure operate Kathmandu to Lukla air Tickets and Hotel Reservation?

Yes for sure we organize indoor and Outdoor Flight Tickets, Hotel Reservation at your request, as we are an authorized agent. We have been doing this job for many years and we will be glad to operate these programs. Besides Ticketing things we organize, Jungle Safari Tour, Rafting Tours, Bungee Jumping, Paragliding, Hotel Booking, Mountain Bike Tours, and many more.

Is it Compulsory to have Guided in Nepal?

Actually having a Guide with you is not Compulsory till now as we go through the rules of the Nepal Tourism board but there are so much Biodiversity, Culture, Traditions, and Localities so your Trip will be meaningful if you have a Guide and especially the route where you going to walk you need Guide and at risky area also you need Guide beside that to gain about the fact of Nepal, Rural life, Culture, traditions, and Himalaya you need Guide otherwise you just walk and it is kind of your Exercise, so hiring a Guide or Porter is not only your safety and information source there will be your contribution for the local economy and help Local People.

Is Nepal Safe for Trek and Tour?

Yes, Nepal is safe to travel to since 2006 especially because Nepal Government and the revels sighed peace agreements, then they are in Parliaments together, Which means there are no obstacles either in the city or mountains. Even after the Earthquake, it was a common question for all different visitors, but now everything is normal and recovered from last year if you are dreaming to explore the high-range Himalayas Please don’t hesitate to just book your trip to Nepal.

Is there any Mobile signal or WiFi service during the trekking of the Mountain?

Yes, you can get a phone signal and service most of the popular trekking such as Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang. For a few years, you can also use Internet service (WiFi) in some lodges but need to pay.

What are the essential things to carry during the Everest Trek?

Our Porter will carry your big Bags and your extra weights too what you have to carry is just your personal day Bag with a Bottle of Water, a Fleece Jacket, a warm Hat, Gloves, Sun cream, some Medicine, a Windproof Pants and a Windproof Jacket. Generally, you have to reduce the extra weight of your bags that you can leave in Kathmandu hotel as you get one porter for two trekkers you are allowed to have 12 kg each of means porters need to carry 24 kg in total.

What do I need to do if I get Mountain Sickness?

You suppose to have your insurance in general, when you are traveling and especially in the case of high-area trekking. We will have some first aid medicine with us and give you some tips too on what is best to do when you have a sickness but some time might not work so in that case we have to go down and still if you are the same and nothing improved we arrange emergency chopper service through your insurance then you will transfer to the hospital where ever closer to the mountain than after an hour you will be fine. We have a good train guide and he knows what should be done when our clients get sick so he will give you useful information and help you-you follow him.

What kind of medicine can I take with me?

Generally, our guide will take mountain-related medicine, but besides that, you can take it with you too because when we have a big group you might not be close by from your guide so each trekker needs to carry their first aid medicine with them. Diomax is a common medicine for altitude sickness.

How much does EBC trek Cost?

Everest base camp (EBC) Trekking takes 12 days to go and back from Kathmandu including both-way flights (Ktm/Lukla/Ktm). If you are following a 12-day itinerary, it costs $999 US per person generally, but the price will depend on what kind of accommodation you need in the city, how many Nights, and even in the Mountains. But if you are two people and looking for an average package trip costs $999 US per person.

Hiring a Guide and Porter Lukla to EBC?

Hiring a guide and porter from Lukla is not difficult, especially in the case of porters you can hire easily there are many porters waiting for their job just outside of the airport in Lukla and there is not really fixed price for Porters they generally get $20 to $25 US a day and they carry max 30 kg.

To hire a professional guide you can get it from an agency or search freelance guide web page you can find easier than you can get him in Kathmandu he will manage all documentation and permits for the Everest trek. If you hire a guide from Lukla you might not get Professional Guide because most of them, used to live in Kathmandu and just a few guides live there they are pre-booked so it is better to have your guide from Kathmandu through the authorized agency. A day-wise salary for a guide costs $35 US which includes his salary, food, insurance, and Accommodation.

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