Everest Base Camp Trek
In the realm of lofty peaks and swirling mists, lies the legendary Everest Base Camp trek, a true testament to human resilience and the raw power of nature. As your steadfast trek leader, I invite you to join me on an awe-inspiring journey that will test your limits and ignite the fire of adventure within your soul.
From the vibrant streets of Kathmandu, we’ll ascend through ancient rhododendron forests, cross suspension bridges suspended over rushing rivers, and pass through Sherpa villages teeming with colorful prayer flags. With each step, we’ll immerse ourselves in the spiritual rhythm of the mountains, reaching Namche Bazaar, a vibrant Sherpa town where dreams of the Himalayas are born. The trail will lead us higher, through alpine meadows and barren landscapes, until we stand in the sacred presence of Everest Base Camp, surrounded by the colossal beauty of the Khumbu Icefall.
We’ll ascend Kala Patthar, where the rising sun unveils an unforgettable panorama of Everest’s crown jewel. Descending with a treasure trove of memories, we’ll bid farewell to the mountains, forever transformed by their grandeur. Prepare to embark on an odyssey that will test your mettle, nourish your spirit, and leave an indelible mark upon your being. The Everest Base Camp trek awaits, ready to unravel its secrets and weave its tales of triumph and wonder.
- Two-Night Hotel/ Guest House accommodation in Kathmandu including breakfast & dinner. (With MAP) sharing basis.
- Both-way flight tickets Kathmandu / Lukla / Kathmandu.
- One fluent English speaking as well Hindi speaking guide .
- All meals (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during your trekking.
- Lodge accommodation on the way, twin bed-sharing.
- Sagarmatha National park entrance permits.
- Guide, Food, Lodge, Flight, Insurance, Equipment, Salary, etc.
- Hard and soft table drinks such as coke, beer, Mineral water, hot shower,hot water during your trekking.
- Personal insurance.
- Rescue operation charge if in case.
- Tips for guide and assistance as well as a porter if anyone needs a porter and hires a personal porter.
- International airfare.
Things to Carry
Back pack & rain cover: (50 – 60 litre) with Comfortable Shoulder Straps
Day pack + rain cover: 20 – 30 litre (If You Hire a Mule/Porter)
Walking stick: Advisable (At least One)
Water bottle/Hydration pack: 2 Bottles of 1 litre Each
Personal Medical Kit: Consult Your Doctor
Snacks: Energy bars, Dry Fruits, Electral/ORS