Picture taken at Nagarjuna top during Everest base camp trek.Picture taken at Nagarjuna top during Everest base camp trek.

Easy Everest Base camp Trek

Quick Facts
  • Trip Duration15 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Maximum Altitude 5,545 m/18,192 ft
  • Activity Trek
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu - Kathmandu
  • Group Size 1-16
  • Transportation Flight and drive
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
Why You'll Love This Trip
  • Commence a journey full of exciting adventures by traveling to the foot of the highest mountain in the world with knowledgeable native guides familiar with the area.
  • Encounter the wild flora and fauna as you hike through the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Dive into the stunning scenery throughout the hike, with breathtaking views of various stunning landscapes, alluring mountain vistas, and a unique and varied hiking experience as you walk over glaciers and mountains.
  • Have a soothing view of beautiful locations like Nagarjuna Hill, Kala Patthar, Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, and more.
  • Feel nature's core while walking through the grassy slopes, rich rhododendron woods, suspension bridges, and magnificent waterfalls.
  • Witness the Sherpas and local communities closely along the trekking route and immerse yourself in the unique mountain lifestyle.
  • Explore the historic monasteries and stupas to taste the Everest region's rich cultural diversity.
  • Experience this wonderful, hassle-free trip with complete services in a reasonable and budget-friendly package.

Introduction: Everest Base Camp Trekking

Experience the splendors of the Everest region with our exclusive Everest base camp, located in the Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal, near the border between Nepal and Tibet. Nestled amidst the stunning Himalayan landscape, Everest Base Camp serves as the starting point for trekkers and mountaineers heading towards the iconic Mount Everest. The trek begins with the Kathmandu to Lukla flight following the trekfrom Phakding to Namche Bazaar.

Taking in the breathtaking scenery of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, guarantees that you will see some of the most stunning scenery on earth, as it is home to a wide variety of plants and animals. Trekking across high-altitude terrain, charming villages, and verdant rhododendron forests provides a singular and enlightening experience within this protected region.

There are numerous visible mountains in the Everest region, which will make you feel like you are in a sea of hills and mountains. Mt. Kushum Khang, Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Taboche, Cholatse, and many more are among the noteworthy snow-capped peaks that can be seen along the Everest base camp hiking path.

Visit the well-known Tengboche and Pangboche monasteries to get a sense of the region's rich culture. Your walk will gain a cultural component from visiting these old monastic sites, which offer insights into the spiritual practices of the nearby Sherpa people. To help you acclimate to the altitude and ensure a safer and more pleasurable hike, our program includes carefully planned acclimatization days. Engage in local customs and culture during these pauses as our knowledgeable guides give insights into Sherpa traditions, enhancing your trek's cultural richness in addition to its physical rewards.

Our all-inclusive trek package comes with all the permits needed for the trek. Furthermore, we put your safety first by securing dependable travel insurance from our dependable partner, so you can concentrate on the adventure while we handle the details. We recognize the value of ensuring that all adventure seekers can reach Everest Base Camp. Our trek package provides excellent services at a reasonable price without sacrificing them. We put your comfort first while keeping the cost of the trek reasonable, from lodging to food while on the hike.

The short and easy Everest base camp trek itinerary is designed for people who are short on time and want a short yet rewarding experience. The 14-day trip to Everest Base Camp requires you to be fearless and push yourself to the limit. This trip also has numerous health benefits. With our amiable and trustworthy crew, make your way into the Himalayan wilderness. We'll make sure your Everest base camp hike with us is safe and unforgettable.

With Nature Excursion, feel a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to experience the beauty of Everest. In addition to a thrilling mountain experience, our Everest Base Camp Short Trek guarantees a comprehensive experience that will leave you with priceless memories.

What can you expect on an easy and comfortable Everest Base Camp trek?

Trekkers who wish to travel towards Everest Base Camp will witness the grandeur of nature. The easy and comfortable Everest Base Camp trek will cherish fellow travelers with the mesmerizing view of majestic mountain peaks including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Khumbu Yui Lha, Ama Dablam, Mera Peak, Imja Tse, Ombigaichan, Lobuche, Kusum Kanguru, Kongde Ri, Chhukung Ri, and others.

Similarly, there are various monasteries and stupas located on the Everest Base Camp route. The famous and supposedly oldest monastery in the Khumbu region, which is called the Tengboche monastery, is located here. Pangboche Monastery is another such monastery that has both religious and cultural importance. Exploring such architectural masterclasses will provide evidence for the rich heritage the Everest region holds. Participating in meditation or prayers will rejuvenate any individual and bring about a sense of mindfulness and personal growth, with blessings from the monks and nuns who reside in these monasteries.

Likewise, visitors can get a chance to communicate with the Sherpa people. The Sherpa community dominates Everest, and they offer exceptional hospitality to visitors. Traditional dances, masked performances, and music can be seen during the festive times, giving insights into the culture of the Sherpas.

The Sagarmatha National Park, located in the Everest region, is also another highlight of the trip. This protected area is home to some of Nepal’s most exotic, rare, and endangered flora and fauna. The top attractions of Sagarmatha National Park are the animals, which include the Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Musk Deer, Himalayan Tahr, Himalayan Goral, Himalayan Wolf, and Himalayan Marmot. The national bird of Nepal, which is the Himalayan Monal, is also found here. The comfortable Everest Base Camp is the perfect destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.

The sunrise or sunset view from the Kalapatthar is one of the best-capturing sights in the Khumbu region. Kalapatthar provides a 360-degree view of the Himalayan range of Nepal, which is not to be missed. The Khumbu Glacier, which is the biggest glacier in the Khumbu region, can also be seen from Kalapatthar. As the trek is carried out easily and comfortably, trekkers of moderate fitness can do this trek.

The trek mostly begins early in the morning with breakfast at the accommodation. Then the journey continues by gradually moving to a higher altitude. The maximum elevation reached in the Easy Everest Base Camp trek is 5,545 meters. Trekkers will walk across rugged terrain and steep uphill while passing through waterfalls, rivers, suspension bridges, and glaciers. Lunch is served along the route, while dinner is mostly at the place of rest.

Who can do the Everest Base Camp trek?

16-day Everest Base Camp Easy and comfortable trekking is considered a moderately difficult trek. Any person with a moderate fitness level can head to the Everest Base Camp without difficulty. However, engaging in cardiovascular exercises like cycling, running, jogging, swimming, and walking can greatly enhance the experience. It is recommended to make minor changes in the daily habits of those who wish to visit Everest Base Camp. The changes can include omitting lifts, taking the stairs, and walking for at least 45 minutes for a month before starting the trek.

As mentioned, the Everest base camp trek is an easy and comfortable journey. Individuals who intend to walk alone, with friends, or in groups with families and children can accomplish this. The Everest Base Camp journey will not disappoint anyone who wants to lie in the lap of the Himalayas or get close to nature.

Similarly, trekkers with prior experience in the mountain region can easily complete this trek. Those who are familiar with high-altitude trekking and have already gained experience in acclimatization can do this trek with minimum difficulty. However, those who are completely new to trekking might feel this trip is challenging. Walking at higher altitudes needs proper adaptation to the decreased oxygen level, so proper guidance is required to carry out the acclimatization procedure. We at Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. have guides who are skilled at handling beginners as well as experienced trekkers, followed by proper acclimatization techniques.

What is the necessary preparation before the trek?

For Everest Base Camp's easy trek, meticulous planning is necessary. Physical and mental fitness are a must, even though Everest base camp trekking is considered a moderately difficult trek. Hiking the rugged terrain along the glaciers with steep uphill slopes can be a challenge. So effective planning is necessary. Some of the following points encompass the requirement for preparation before heading towards the base camp of Everest.

Physical fitness: A moderate fitness level should be maintained one month before the trek. It is necessary to engage in cardiovascular exercises like jogging, cycling, running, and swimming so that the journey will be relatively easy. Some aerobic workouts and walking for at least an hour per day can enhance the ability to walk on steep slopes. Strong legs are the key to easy trekking, so practice exercise focusing on the leg muscles. Similarly, omitting lifts, preferring stairs, and researching the terrain can help get insights into what to encounter during the Everest base camp route.

Mental fitness: besides physical fitness, one needs to be mentally prepared to embark on the base camp. As the region is at a high altitude, hiking in the isolated region can put pressure on the mentality. Irritation during the trek is a common problem, so it is necessary to keep an open mind and adjust to minor changes. Accommodation options, food, poor communication, and electricity facilities can be a big deal. Besides this, the challenging trekking routes and lack of communication skills can bother any individual. So, it is necessary to do some research about the landscapes, terrains, and local communities of the area before going on the trek. This will make any individual familiar with how the region is and what can be expected.

Considering altitude, the highest altitude reached in the Everest Base Camp is Kalapatthar, 5545 meters. So, acclimatization is an important factor in counteracting acute mountain sickness or altitude sickness. Take the steps cautiously without rushing to reach the top. Smaller steps, while considering the energy level and elevation gain, are a must. During the acclimatization day, be sure to gain a significant amount of elevation and return to adapt to the high altitude and decreased oxygen level.

What do you need to pack for the trek?

Packing the equipment, gear, and all the necessary belongings is necessary for a comfortable Everest base camp trek. Be sure to pack all your belongings according to your needs. Packing heavy or light can greatly affect the trekking experience. Overpacking can cause difficulty while walking and discomfort while packing. You can miss out on any essential materials that are of utmost importance. So, it is necessary to follow the packing list prepared by Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. to not miss any of the essential kinds of stuff for trekking.

Similarly, good-quality trekking boots, sleeping bags, down jackets, and trekking bags should be packed without missing anything. Be sure to carry water bottles that can carry at least 4-5 liters of water, which will keep you hydrated on the journey. Similarly, dry fruits, energy bars, or other foods can also be kept as a source of energy for the trip. Any individual who has to take medicine should bring a prescription, as similar medicines might not be available. For ladies and women, be sure to carry extra sanitary pads.

Ready for the experience?

The Himalayan region of Nepal is a memorable destination that is going to cherish all its visitors with all their mountain memories. The rich Sherpa heritage and hospitality will be one of the most unique blends of adventure and culture that the Everest region has to offer. Easy Trekking in Everest Base Camp will allow anyone to immerse themselves in the Nepalese-rich mountaineering culture. The difficulty of this trek will challenge any trekker. As this is an easy and comfortable trek, it is suitable for beginners, intermediates, and hardcore trekkers. Alongside this, Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd., one of the renowned trekking companies in Nepal, values trekkers satisfaction, comfort, and safety. So, we will best cooperate with our fellow travelers to provide exceptional service that will be noteworthy.

Similarly, as trekkers get to Kathmandu, a scenic flight from the capital to Lukla awaits, where passengers will get a bird's-eye view of the landscapes and mountain ranges on which they will soon embark. The rivers, glaciers, and waterfalls along the rugged terrain offer an additional touch of beauty to the trekking experience. A magnificent sunset or sunrise view from the highest altitude (5545 meters) of the trek known as Kalapatthar is also included in this 16-day Everest Base Camp Easy and Comfortable Trekking Package.

Similarly, get a chance to view the Khumbu Glacier, the biggest glacier in the region, and the Khumbu Icefall with our expert guides and porters. Traverse along the Sagarmatha National Park with a chance to encounter various wildlife species, including the Red Panda, Himalayan Thar, Himalayan Monal, Musk Deer, and many more.

So come together with Nature Excursion to get immersed in the rich cultural and religious history of the Khumbu region with the Sherpa community. This memorable trek will be off your bucket list, and we are ready to assist you on an easy and comfortable trek towards the Everest base camp.

Why the Everest Base Camp trip with Nature Excursion?

Our team at Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. has been providing trekking services to our valuable guests for a long time. Our experienced guides and reliable porters are native to their trekking region. Thus, this gives them an upper hand in understanding the culture, traditions, and structures of the region. The guides are informative and enable trekkers to travel in a comfortable manner, feeling at home. The interactive and reliable nature ensures an easy and safe journey, thus minimizing the risk of any unforeseen circumstances.

Despite the trekking experience, there are various perks to traveling with Nature Excursion. They are given as follows:

  • Complimentary airport transportation according to the schedule.
  • Obtain hiking equipment for the trip, such as a duffel bag and down jacket, which should be returned at the conclusion of the expedition.
  • Using a first-aid kit and an oxygen meter when hiking.
  • Local porters and guides for mountains
  • spick and span with well-prepared meals.
  • Trek certificate and t-shirt from Nature Excursion.
  • During the walk in the remote areas, use the satellite phone to communicate with the office staff.
  • In Kathmandu, extra luggage storage is free.
  • In the event of an emergency, we will offer you rapid helicopter rescue and medical support (at your travel insurance company's expense).
  • Farewell meal at the end of the journey.

Despite all the above-mentioned services, there are no hidden costs while trekking at the Everest Base Camp with Nature Excursion. We believe in budget-friendly trekking, where every individual will be able to explore the magical country of Nepal without fear of expense. So join hands with Nature Excursion to immerse yourself at the top of the world in a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Welcome to Nepal. As you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, a member of Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. will be in the arrival section waiting to meet up with you. Once you meet up, he or she will carry your luggage and transfer it to the vehicle. Once you are settled in the private car, you will drive towards the bustling city of Kathmandu and reach Thamel, which is the tourist hub of Nepal. After you reach the hotel, you will check into your room and rest. Later in the evening, you will meet the company owner and staff, who are going to brief you about the trek. Once that is done, you will have the evening to yourself, where you will explore the bustling city of Kathmandu. Dinner can be done at your convenience. After dinner, return back to the hotel and prepare for the trek the following day. Spend the night in Kathmandu.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m/4,600 ft
  • Accommodation:Hotel

After breakfast in the Kathmandu hotel, your guide will pick you up at the hotel lobby. Be sure to carry your necessary luggage and leave the rest of it in the hotel with your tag. Afterward, you will drive towards the domestic section of Tribhuvan Airport for a thrilling flight to Lukla. Following a bird's-eye view of Kathmandu city, you will see rivers, villages, landscapes, and mountain ranges. You can see Mount Everest, Manaslu, Mt. Khatang, and many more. Once you land at the Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla, you will have a tea break with the guides and porters. Afterward, you will begin your trek towards Phakding.

You will cross notable villages like Chiplung, Thadokoshi, and Ghat to finally reach Phakding. The trail is on the stop steps with gradual elevation. The trekking time from Lukla to Phakding is about 4 hours if you are walking at a normal pace. Upon reaching Phakding, we will find an accommodation where dinner is served. You will rest after dinner and spend the night at Phakding.

  • Max. Altitude:2,846 m/9,337 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:30 minutes flight and 3 hours hike

The day begins with a delicious breakfast. After breakfast, you will prepare to leave Phakding and head onward to Namche Bazaar. You will pass some of the prominent villages in this section of the trip, which includes Toktok, Bankar, Monjo, and Jorsale, to finally reach Namche. The lunch stop for the day is Jorsale, which is about 3 and a half hours from Phakding. After lunch, you will continue to walk for another three hours to reach Namche.

During the walk, you will first need to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, which begins in Monjo. There, you will show your Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit to the officials and begin your journey towards Namche.

As you reach Namche, get settled in the booked lodge and have a delicious dinner. If you have time, you can explore the village, or else you can do it the following acclimatization day. You will spend the night in Namche.

  • Max. Altitude:3,440 m/11,290 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:6-7 hours

Today is your acclimatization day. After waking up and getting refreshed, you will have breakfast. Following breakfast, you will head out to explore the vibrant Namche Bazaar. You can go on a hike towards the Everest View Hotel for a mesmerizing view. Mount Everest can be seen at a distance from the Everest View Hotel. As you trek towards the Everest View Hotel, you can adapt to the decreased oxygen level as the elevation gain can be up to 300–400 meters, making it an excellent destination for acclimatization. Other places of interest in and around Namche include the Sherpa Cultural Museum, which hosts the memorial for the rich sherpa and mountaineering culture. Similarly, if you are visiting Namche on Saturday, be sure to witness the Saturday market, where vendors from all over the Everest region put up stalls of accessories. Similarly, Sagarmatha National Park Museum, Syangboche Panorama View Point, Irish Pub, and many more.

After the well-spent day of acclimatization, you will return to the lodge or hotel and spend the night in Namche.

  • Max. Altitude:3,962 m/13,000 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:2-3 hours

After breakfast, you will start your hike toward Tengboche. At the beginning of the trek, the path is relatively flat while reaching Kyanjuma, where the route diverts to Gokyo base camp. After taking the route to Everest Base Camp, the trail reaches Phunkithanga. We moved past, crossed the swing bridge, and then spent a couple of hours climbing uphill. After the uphill climb, we walk uphill for normal elevation gain to reach Tengboche. After reaching Tengboche, we will check in at the available accommodation option and order dinner. After dinner, you will move to the room and sleep to end the night at Tengboche.

  • Max. Altitude:3,860 m/12,660 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:5-6 hours

Today, after breakfast, we will explore the famous Tengboche monastery, which is considered the oldest monastery in the region. You can also see a 16th-century footprint on the rock of the monk who prayed in the monastery. After visiting the monastery, we continue the trail towards Dingboche with the view of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Thamserku, and Everest.

Today you will gain an altitude of 500 meters, so ascending slowly will be the best option. Along the route, you will come towards Deboche through lush rhododendron forests. After Deboche, you will reach Pangboche, where another monastery known as Pangboche Monastery is located. As the exploration of Pangboche monastery is completed, you will head towards Somare for lunch and head to Dingboche. It will take about three hours to reach Dingboche from Somare, while the total walking time for today is five hours.

As you approach Dingboche, find an accommodation place and settle there for dinner. After dinner, rest in Dingboche.

  • Max. Altitude:4,410 m/14,470 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse

Today is your second acclimatization day on the easy and comfortable Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary. After breakfast today, you will have the whole evening to explore Dingboche village. The best option for acclimatization in Dingboche is to trek towards the Nangkartshang Peak viewpoint, located at 5,083 meters. Hiking from Dingboche, the front view of Ama Dablam, Dingboche village, island peak, and Mount Makalu can be seen. There is also a famous rock for photography here.

After exploring the peak, return to Dingboche and have dinner. If you have some time, you can also explore places in and around Dingboche. You will spend the night in Dingboche.

  • Max. Altitude:5,100 m/16,732 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:3-4 hours

Today you will have breakfast and leave for Lobuche. Lobuche is a small village where Lobuche Peak can be seen, along with a close view of Nuptse and Pumori. As you proceed from Dingboche, you will continue walking for two and a half hours to reach Thukla. Thukla will be the lunch stop for the day, after which a 45-minute steep climb appears. This is one of the most challenging sectors of the whole trip. As the steep climb completes, you will reach Thukla Pass, where memorial sites of climbers who previously attempted Everest are made. After descending from Thukla Pass, you will reach Lobuche.

As you approach Lobuche, find an accommodation to rest and eat dinner. After dinner, spend the night in Lobuche.

  • Max. Altitude:4,910 m/16,210 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:4-5 hours

After breakfast, you will leave Lobuche and head towards Gorakshep. Gorakshep will be your highest stop, where you will spend the night. On the way, you are going to Lobuche Pass through a gradual up-and-down trail to witness a 360-degree view of the mountain. You will walk on the surface of the Khumbu Glacier, which is one of the biggest glaciers in the region. After walking along the Khumbu glacier, you will descend to reach Gorakshep.

After reaching Gorakshep, the trail is relatively flat. As you continue walking for two and a half hours, you will reach Everest Base Camp. Once you reach the base camp, you will explore the location. Visitors can take pictures of the famous base camp rock situated here. You can also see the Khumbu glacier and Khumbu icefall here. After spending time in the base camp and looking at the surrounding mountains, you will return to Gorakshep.

Once you reach Gorakshep, you will rest and have dinner; afterwards, you will stay the night in Gorakshep.

  • Max. Altitude:5364 m/17,598 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:7-8 hours

This will be an early morning wake-up. Before breakfast, you will walk towards Kalapatthar, the highest point of the trek, for a splendid sunrise view. The walking time from Gorakshep to Kalapatthar is three hours. The path is steep throughout the route. After reaching Kalapatthar, you can see the best view of Everest from Kalapatthar. After spending a reasonable amount of time in Kalapatthar, you will continue a downhill route to reach Gorakshep, where you will have breakfast. After breakfast, begin the return journey towards Pheriche. The trail is initially a zigzag downhill path until reaching Lobuche. To get to Pheriche, the trail continues on a downhill path and then follows a flat path.

After reaching Pheriche, you will adjust to an accommodation and have dinner. The day ends in Pheriche.

  • Max. Altitude:5,545 m/18,192 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:6-7 hours

Wake up for a lovely breakfast. After breakfast, continue the descent towards Phungi Tanga. Phungi Tanga is a location that hosts various teahouses for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A view of Mt. Khangtega and Thamserku can be seen clearly along the way. Once you reach Phungi Tanga, you will find an accommodation place to settle down and have dinner. Your journey for the day ends in Phungi Tanga.

  • Max. Altitude:3,250 m/10,662 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:5 hours

After waking up, you will have breakfast and start your journey towards Namche Bazaar. Your journey will be a gradual descent throughout, with some uphill sections of the route. You will walk on similar stone-step roads passing along the pasture lands. Then you will eventually reach the vibrant city of Namche Bazaar.

Upon reaching Namche Bazar, you will explore the area, and your guide will find you a place to rest. Your guide will then take you to the hotel, where your accommodations will be prepared. After that, you will have dinner and spend the night in Namche Bazaar.

  • Max. Altitude:3,440 m/11,290 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:4-5 hours

As you leave Namche after breakfast, you will move towards Phakding. The walking time will be around four to five hours, depending on the pace. You will come across several notable villages. The first after Namche is Jorsale, followed by Monjo, Bankar, Toktok, and finally reaching Phakding.

After reaching Phakding, you can sit in the accommodation for dinner. You will spend the night in Phakding.

  • Max. Altitude:2,610 m/8,563 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:4-5 hours

You will continue to descend further today. Your walk will be from Namche to Lukla while passing along Ghat, Thadokoshi, and Chuplung to finally reach Lukla. The walk today will be about three and a half hours. After reaching Lukla, you will find an accommodation place to rest and spend the last night of the Khumbu region in Lukla.

  • Max. Altitude:2,846 m/9,337 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Duration:3-4 housr

You will wake up, have breakfast, and board the plane towards Kathmandu, depending on your departure time. As your flight takes off, you will remember your memories made in the Everest region. You will then spend 45 minutes on the plane while looking at the landscapes and villages from a bird's-eye view.

Upon reaching Kathmandu, you will be picked up from the arrival section and brought back to the hotel. In the evening, you will meet the owners of Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. and discuss your trekking experience. You will also have a farewell dinner later in the evening in a Nepalese restaurant.

After dinner, you will return to the hotel, where you will rest and end the day.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m/4,600 ft
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Duration:30 minutes flight

This will be your last day in Nepal. You will pack your bags and get ready to go to the airport. Nature Excursion will make all the necessary arrangements for your departure. Remember, you will need to arrive at the airport at least one hour before the departure time. Once you board the plane, the Everest Base Camp journey in Nepal ends. Best wishes for future adventures.

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Cost Details
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off services on a private vehicle (car, jeep, or luxury bus) as per group size during arrival and departure time
  • Both-way domestic flight tickets (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu) with airport departure taxes
  • 11 nights’ accommodation during the trek ( 6 nights mountain-based cozy room with attached bathroom, 5 nights twin-sharing common room)
  • All healthy meals during the trek (12 breakfasts, 11 lunches, and 11 dinners)
  • Government-licensed, well-English-speaking Nature Excursion's native guide with his meals, salary, flight cost, insurance, and other necessary equipment. We provide an assistant trek guide group of six or more trekkers.
  • Porter to help with the trekker's luggage. Two trekkers can share one porter; the luggage weight limit is 10 kg per trekker.
  • You can store non-essential stuff in your hotel or Nature Excursion's store.
  • 2 nights in a hotel in Kathmandu before and after the trek.
  • For safe drinking, Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. provides water purification tablets.
  • Snacks (cookies) and seasonal fresh fruit as per the availability.
  • Khumbu, Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry fees
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fees
  • All government, local taxes, and official expenses
  • The guide was carrying a first-aid kit with Diamox (preventative measures to avoid altitude sickness). Oximeter to check your pulse and oxygen level in your body.
  • We provide a sleeping bag and a down jacket as per your request. Has to return after the trek.
  • Appreciation certificate after the completion of the trek.
  • Farewell dinner at the end of the trek
  • Assisting in any emergency evacuation or rescue due to uncertainty or any serious health condition (incurring charges should be covered by your travel insurance).
  • Nepal entry visa fees vary depending on how much time you want to spend in Nepal ($25–15 days, $40–50 for 30 days, and $100–110 for 90 days).
  • Excess luggage for the Lukla flight.
  • Your meals and hotel in Kathmandua due to early arrival, late departure, or early return from the trek than the scheduled itinerary
  • Your personal clothing and gear.
  • Personal nature expenses like energy bars, hot and cold drinks, laundry, internet, battery-recharged hot showers, extra porters, etc.
  • Your travel insurance, which covers your emergency evacuation,.
  • Extra expenses that are not listed in the include section
  • Additional costs due to delays caused by circumstances beyond our control, like landslides, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, weather conditions, illness, changes in government policies, and strikes
  • Tipping for your guide, porter, and driver.

Clients Reviews

  • The best tour guide!

    Karan took my partner and I on a trek to Everest Base Camp and it is one of our favourite memories! The whole trip was fantastic, well organised and full of adventure. We felt well taken care of by Karan and had lots of fun games of cards in the tea houses each night with other people we met along the way.
    Highly recommend this trip and getting in touch with Nature Excursion to book.

    Martha R
    Martha RUnited KingdomJun 20, 2023
  • Best local guides with years of experience!

    This trip is once in a lifetime experience which I would recommend to anyone at all fitness levels. Raju is an amazing guide which made the trek enjoyable, his expert knowledge of the area means he will answer your 100 questions on the way as well as play card games during the break times! Raju always ensured we had plenty of breaks so no matter your fitness level- you can see the beautiful Himalayas for yourself. Great for solo travellers which want someone they can trust and meet other likeminded people on the way.

    Karolina F
    Karolina FPolandMay 10, 2023
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What is the best time or season to trek to Everest Base Camp?

The Everest base camp trekking can be done all year round in Nepal. However, as Nepal faces four seasons, that is, spring, autumn, winter, and summer, trekking in each of the seasons is different as compared to another. Spring and autumn are referred to as on-season, or the best seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp, while summer and winter are referred to as off-season, where the crowds are comparatively lower.

Everest Base Camp is an easy trek in the spring.

The spring season in Nepal lasts from March to May, and it is one of the best seasons to embark on the Everest Base Camp trail. There are fewer travelers at the beginning of the season, and there are plenty of teahouses and guesthouses available. Most of the snow in the region melts, giving it a vibrant feel, which provides a comfortable walking experience. Similarly, the skies are clear, and the views of mountain ranges and peaks come alive. The days are longer, with shorter nights, giving a longer duration for trekking. The vegetation along the route is filled with blooming rhododendrons, and the alpines feel alive, marking excellent scenery.

The temperature ranges from 7 to 15 degrees Celsius.

Everest Base Camp is a comfortable trek in the autumn.

The autumn season in Nepal lasts from September to November and is the most favored season for trekking towards Everest Base Camp. As the monsoon is just over, marking the beginning of the fall, the area is filled with clean air and a humid atmosphere. The skies are clear, with undisturbed visibility of the surrounding peaks and mountains. The nighttime is a bit cold, but the daytime is warm enough to provide a comfortable and easy trekking experience. The faded color of the vegetation and landscapes adds extra beauty to the region against the backdrop of the mighty Everest.

The temperature ranges from 4 to 16 degrees Celsius.

Everest Base Camp is an easy trek in the winter.

Winter, which lasts from December to February, is not a recommended season for trekking at Everest Base Camp for beginners. However, trekking in winter is possible for expert trekkers and mountaineers who like to face challenges with an extra pump of adrenaline. The climatic conditions are severe, with trails covered with deep snow layers. The visibility of the mountains can be obstructed, but with proper planning and management, Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. can encounter this adventure.

Extra layers of thermals and proper trekking gear are required with meticulous logistic preparation. Acclimatization is a crucial factor while trekking in the winter season, as the weather can be unpredictable.

The temperature ranges from -4 to -17 degrees Celsius.

Everest Base Camp is a comfortable trek in the summer or monsoon.

The monsoon in Nepal starts in June and lasts until September. Due to the frequent rain and strong winds that characterize the summer, hiking trails can become dangerous. Thus, the summer season is also considered a challenging time for Everest Base Camp trekking. The visibility of the mountains can get obstructed due to heavy rainfall, but when the rain stops, it provides a clear view of the mountains. There are also issues with leeches and insects during summer trekking at Everest Base Camp. So, it is necessary to pack extra, including wind and waterproof jackets, insect repellents, and an extra pair of clothes.

The temperature ranges from 5 to 18 degrees Celsius at night and day, respectively.

What are the accommodation options during easy and comfortable Everest Base Camp trekking?

As the journey begins in Kathmandu, the accommodation facilities during your stay there are top-notch. We have hotels that are marked 3 stars to make sure your stay in Kathmandu is luxurious and comfortable. Similarly, during the trekking route to Everest Base Camp, our main accommodation will be lodging. Lodges offer more comfortable lodging options where two people can share a single room. For those who are intending to travel solo, we can book single rooms too. The rooms in lodges have a clean blanket and pillows with comfortable mattresses. There is also the option of attached bathrooms with hot showers.

*Note: A single room is only available if you request it at the time of booking. Likewise, the cost also differs.

There are also options for accommodations in teahouses, which are considered the cheapest and most basic. Teahouse options are best recommended for trekkers who are on a budget. Teahouses provide basic amenities like beds and blankets, and a single room has two beds suitable for a maximum of two trekkers. The bathrooms in teahouses are mainly shared with the availability of buckets, geysers, or solar showers.

Another option for accommodation is camping, which can be done only at higher altitudes. Camping is a must-do option for mountaineers who wish to summit the majestic Everest. Our guides and porters will carry all the essential items required for camping, including the tents and accessories. However, camping in Everest requires prior notice as necessary logistics need to be handled.

Similarly, it is necessary to understand that as we move past Dingboche, the number of lodges decreases with the availability of teahouses only. So, keep an open mind and expect small rooms with minimal decorations and shared washrooms. Charging can cost extra; however, communication and Wi-Fi will be negligible. Most of the teahouses accept only cash, so be sure to carry some Nepalese rupees with you too.

What Meals on Easy and Comfortable Everest Base Camp Trekking?

After a long day's walk, trekkers will settle into an accommodation and get ready for supper, which will have a heavenly feel. Good food will set a good mood and help to energize fellow trekkers to walk the following day. The Everest region luckily offers decent meal options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Highly populated villages like Phakding, Namche Bazaar, and Tengboche offer a variety of food options on the menu.

Dalbhat, which is the main staple food of the Nepalese, is a combination of rice and lentil soup with a mixture of vegetables. Other options are momo, noodles, thenduk, Tibetian bread, thukpa, shyakpa, eggs, fries, varieties of soup, and dhido. As previously mentioned, big villages have options for pizza, burgers, and bakery items.

There are beverage options ranging from alcoholic to non-alcoholic drinks. However, it is recommended to not drink any alcoholic drinks, and for non-alcoholic drinks, coffee should be limited as it causes dehydration. It is necessary to choose wisely what to eat. Any illness in the stomach can result in a devastating experience. It is also recommended to omit meat while ascending the Everest Base Camp map.

Note: Dal Bhat is the holy grail. It is delicious and costs little. You will be full for the day, and it has a lot of nutritional value.

What are the permits and fees for easy and comfortable Everest Base Camp trekking?

For residents of numerous countries, Nepal offers special tourist visa arrangements. You should check your visa status to verify if you are on the on-arrival visa list for your country. If you are not, contact the Nepalese Embassy or Consulate in your country to obtain a Nepali visa. Similarly, if you qualify, you can obtain an on-arrival visa at any of Nepal's entrance points, including the Tribhuvan International Airport.

Likewise, for Everest Base Camp trekking, you will need to obtain various documents and permits to enter the Khumbu region. As the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, is located here, a permit to enter the national park is also necessary. You will need to carry these permits at all costs because there are several checkpoints and permit points where officials check these documents. The documents and permits required to enter the Sagarmatha region are as follows:

Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit

This is one of the most important permits required for trekkers embarking on Everest Base Camp. The base camp is in the part of Sagarmatha National Park, which is marked as a restricted and protected area by the government of Nepal for the protection of exotic flora and fauna found here. So, to enter the national park, a Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit is required.

This permit can be obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board located at Kamaladi Kathmandu; if not, it is also made available in Monjo village, which is en route to Everest Base Camp. The cost of this permit is NRs 3000 for foreigners and NRs 1000 for SAARC nationals. As for the Nepalese trekkers, the cost of the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit is only NRs 100 per person, and those below 10 years of age can enter freely.

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Entry Permit

The Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Entry Permit is the replacement for the Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card. As a result, the local government is responsible for collecting the permit fee directly. The cost of the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Entry Permit is Rs. 2000 per person, and it is free for children under the age of ten. Similarly, this permit can be obtained from the Tourism Board of Nepal, located in Kathmandu or at Monjo, which is en route to Everest Base Camp.

Other documents, like a passport, a valid visa from Nepal, and two copies of a passport-size photo, should also be kept to safeguard against any cases.

Can you do Last Minute Everest Base Camp easy and comfortable trek booking?

To book a last-minute Everest Base Camp expedition, you must send the whole package amount along with your basic details. You only have one day to prepare for the journey, and you arrive in Kathmandu one day before it begins.

Please keep in mind that we do not offer refunds for last-minute bookings. You will not receive any reimbursement from the company if you decide not to participate in the trip or cancel in the middle.

Contact us via phone, email, website, or social media for additional information.



  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Winter hat, insulating hat or wide-brimmed hat
  • Headlight with extra battery


  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglass with UV protection
  • Face and body wipes


  • Lightweight gloves
  • Lightweight winter gloves


  • Hiking shirt
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Hooded rain jacket
  • Fleece jacket
  • Lightweight cotton pants
  • T-shirt (bring lightweight wool)
  • Polypropylene underwear
  • Down jacket (available for rent in Kathmandu)
  • Sweater
  • Waterproof jacket and pants


  • Hiking boots
  • Thick wool socks (take an extra pair of thick wool socks)


  • Backpack or daypack (size depends on whether you take a porter or not.)
  • Thermal bottle
  • Water purification
  • Trekking pole
  • Sleeping bag (-20-degree sleeping bag is best in high-altitude trekking)


  • Medium-size drying towel
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Biodegradable bar soap
  • Nail clippers


  • Money
  • Watch
  • Cell phone
  • Camera


  • First aid kit
  • Extra password photos and photocopies of password
  • Notebook and pen
  • Binoculars

Easy Everest Base camp Trek FAQs

  • Yes, the solo trek is allowed in the Everest Base Camp, but the trekkers should be aware of the risks that arise there.

  • We can have electricity and wifi facilities in the lodges and tea houses up to Gorak Shep.

  • The Everest base camp trek is extremely safe.

  • Yes, we can have a luxury option for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

  • The shortest itinerary for Everest Base Camp is about 10 days.

    Day 1: Lukla to Monjo.
    Day 2: Trek to Namche Bazar.
    Day 3: Trek to Pangboche via Tengboche.
    Day 4: Trek to Dingboche and hike to NangkarTseng Hills.
    Day 5: Trek to Lobuche.
    Day 6: Overnight at Gorekshep.
    Day 7: Hike to Kalapatther and to Pheriche.
    Day 8: Trek back to Namche Bazar.
    Day 9: Trek back to Lukla.
    Day 10: Fly back to Kathmandu.

  • Everest Base Camp is much harder as compared to Annapurna Base Camp.

  • The average group size to trek to Everest Base Camp is about 6 to 8 people.

  • In the Everest Base Camp, we can have a typical Nepali meal like dal, bhat, and tarkari, as well as dumplings, soup, and other famous Nepali items.

  • We can find different types of accommodations, like

    1. Tent Camping Accommodation
    2. Tea House Accommodation
    3. Hotels Accommodation
    4. Camping at the base camp
  • Trekkers need quite warmer and more comfortable clothes like thermal leggings, trekking trousers, waterproof jackets, wool hats, trekking t-shirts, fleece, trekking boots, etc.

  • Gorakshep is the nearest village to Everest Base Camp.

  • Gorakshep is the nearest town to Everest Base Camp.

  • Trekking to Everest Base Camp is considered moderately difficult. With proper physical and mental fitness and a proper acclimatization process, anyone will be able to complete the Everest Base Camp trek.

  • The difficulty level of Everest Base Camp is moderate.

  • There are two base camps on Mount Everest: one is the South Base Camp, and the other is the North Base Camp. South Base Camp is in Nepal, which is about 5,364 meters, and North Base Camp is in China, which is about 5,150 meters.

  • Yes, people live at Everest Base Camp; however, it depends on the temperature and the situation of the weather. For every climber, three to four local workers are living in the base camp, as well as some Sherpa community members.

  • The Sherpa community lives widely at Everest Base Camp.

  • There are two base camps on Everest. One is the South Base Camp, which is in Nepal, and another is the North Base Camp, which is located in Tibet, China.

  • It takes about 12 to 14 days to get to Everest Base Camp. However, Nature Excursion Pvt. Ltd. can provide customized itineraries depending on personal preference, budget, and time of travel.

  • During May, the daytime temperature is around 15 degrees Celsius, while the nighttime temperature can be around 0 degrees Celsius. The month of March favors clear skies and moderate temperatures, offering a comfortable walking experience. Thus, May is one of the best months to travel to Everest Base Camp.

  • The best way to go to Everest Base Camp is by taking a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trekking via Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, and finally Everest Base Camp.

  • The South Base Camp, which is located in Nepal, is the more popular Everest Base Camp. The trekking trail towards South Base Camp is more accessible and is a well-maintained trekking trail as compared to North Base Camp located in Tibet.

  • Yes, a tent is necessary for any individuals who are willing to spend the night at Everest Base Camp. There are no accommodation options in the base camp, so tents are the only option available to spend the night at Everest Base Camp.

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