Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days

The Everest Base Camp 14-days Trekking opens the door to exhilarating trekking in the gloom of the highest mountain in the world. EBC Trekking adventure immerses you in the Himalayan way of life in Eastern Nepal as it traverses the vast Alpine terrain of the Everest region beneath the clouds. Each step to the Everest base camp flows with enthusiasm and thrilling experiences. The Sherpa community's rich culture and lifestyle enhance the trek's attractiveness.


The world's largest peak, "Mount Everest," greets you with a cheerful encounter, comprising various delightful aspects such as icefalls, glaciers, waterfalls, a suspension bridge, and close-up views of neighboring mountains. The Everest Base Camp 14-days Trek is Nepal's most popular expedition, offering trekkers the greatest experience of an enthusiastic trekking excursion in the icy Everest region.


Everest Base Camp Trekking Highlights.

  • Scenic mountain flight to Lukla Airport (Tenzing Hillary airstrip).
  • Follow in the footsteps of Tenzing and Hillary through the Sherpa Heritage, along the banks of the Dudhkosi River.
  • Cross the suspension bridges with scenic views of waterfalls and rivers.
  • Explore Namche Bazaar and its surroundings on an acclimatization day.
  • Trek to Kala Patthar (5,644 m), the highest point of the expedition, and obtain a 360 panorama of the Everest Region.
  • Get a magnificent perspective of the Khumbu Glacier and Ice Falls.
  • Admire the stunning view of "Mount Everest," the highest peak in the world, from the luxurious Everest View Hotel.
  • Appreciate the outstanding vistas of Mt. Pumori, Island Peak, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Cho Oyu.
  • Experience the chilly atmosphere upon arriving at the majestic Everest Base Camp at 5,364 meters.
  • Trek through Sagarmatha National Park's lush vegetation, encountering Rhododendron forests and endangered wildlife.


Experience the daily lives of the Sherpa Community.

The 14-days Everest Base Camp Trek exposes you deep into the picturesque Sherpa community in the Everest region. With a greater focus on tourism and agriculture, these settlements serve as a representation of the Eastern Himalayan geographical region. The magnificent and active town of Namche Bazaar, lying just underneath Mount Everest, serves as the community's core. While wandering around Namche Bazaar, you may discover many traditional items associated with Sherpa ethnicity and the practice of Buddhism.

Trekking via the trail that passes through the exquisite settlements of Tengboche, Pangboche, and Dingboche delivers another heavenly experience within the Sherpa community. The monasteries around here are among Nepal's most popular and significant monasteries, showcasing Tibetan Nepalese culture and heritage. Tengboche offers a spectacular perspective of Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Sagarmatha (Everest). The flickering prayer flags, mani walls, stone sculptures, and the opportunity to participate in the customary festivities of the Tibetan Nepalese community add to the vibrancy of the trek.


Thrilling Flight to Lukla.

The 14-days Everest Base Camp Trek begins with an exciting flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The flight on the initial leg of the expedition provides the finest thrill before the trek. Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla is one of the world's most hazardous airports. It takes around 35 minutes to fly from Kathmandu to Lukla; however, due to inclement air traffic, there may be a flight from Ramecchap to Lukla. Flights from Kathmandu to Lukla are operated by small-town Otter and Dornier aircraft such as Summit Air, Sita Air, and Tara Air. The aircraft takes you over the stunning Eastern Highlands.

The entire aerial glimpse of the Nuptse, Everest, and Lhotse is visible from the window. Before landing, the aircraft stays low from the cliffs and touches down at the airstrip in Lukla. The lovely hamlet of Lukla offers the first view of the majestic mountains to the north, and approaching the settlement seems like entering paradise. The first destination following the flight is Lukla, which is where the Everest Base Camp 14-day trekking begins. The settlement of Lukla becomes a beautiful place to admire when the weather turns clear. For more information about the Lukla Scenic flight to Lukla Airport


The 14 days Everest Base Camp Trekking Itinerary,

Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport of Kathmandu and Drive to the hotel (1,350m/4,429ft) – 20 mins Drive
Day 02: Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu or drive to Ramechhap and fly to Lukla and then trek to Phakding (2,610m/8,562ft) – 3 hours trek
Day 03: Trek from Phadking to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,286ft) – 5 -6 hours trek
Day 04: Acclimatization day at Namche. Short Hike to Everest View Hotel and back to Namche
Day 05: Trek From Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3,860m/12,664ft)– 6 hours trek
Day 06: Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4,410m/14,468ft) – 6 hours trek
Day 07: Acclimatization Day, Hike to Nangkartsang Peak (5616m/ 18425 ft) and back.
Day 08: Trek from Dingboce to Lobuche (4,910m/16,106ft) – 4 to 5 hours trek.
Day 09: Trek from Lobuche to Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft) via Gorakshep and trek back to Gorakshep (5,164m/16,942ft) – 3 hours trek
Day 10: Hike to Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192ft) and then, Descend to Pheriche (4,288m/14,070ft) – 8 hours trek.
Day 11: Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar -8 hours trek.
Day 12: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla -7 hours trek. 
Day 13: Flight back to Kathmandu or Manthali/Ramechhap from Lukla and same-day drive to Kathmandu.
Day 14: Drive to the Airport for Final Departure.

Best Season for Everest Base Camp Trek.

The Everest Region's unpredictable weather may lead to lots of situations during the trek. Throughout the year, the Eastern region of Nepal receives significant rainfall and snowfall. The 14-days Everest Base Camp trek goes extremely well and becomes enjoyable with the pleasant weather and best time of the year. Thus, it's crucial to have some understanding of the Everest region's weather patterns before starting the Everest Base Camp 14 days Trek.

Spring Season (March to May)
This is the best time to embark on trekking to Everest Base Camp. A significant amount of snow is left behind as winter departs the Everest Region. The ideal season for trekking to Everest Base Camp is from the beginning of March until the end of May. With the pleasant weather, one can appreciate the breathtaking views of the Himalayas as well as the lush greenery that surrounds the Everest region. In mid-May, there's a chance of light rain, but it won't interfere with trekking. It is possible to do an enjoyable trek in the spring that offers stunning views of the surrounding Everest region and the mountains.

10°C to 15°C
Nighttime: 0°C to -10°C


Summer/Monsoon Season (June to August)
The summer season provides considerable rains to the Everest Region. The chilly air from the Bay of Bengal carries considerable rainfall and strikes the Everest Region, resulting in severe rain. With the severe rain, there is a risk of flash flooding and landslides, which might disrupt the route. On the other hand, it may be beneficial to check the weather before the excursion. The nicest experience is when you see Mount Everest in the summertime when there are no clouds or fog. The monsoon rains enhance the lushness of the environment, making the valleys and slopes a brilliant green. There will also be fewer trekkers and traffic during this season.

15°C to 20°C
Nighttime: 5°C to 10°C


Autumn Season (September to November)
The autumn season is optimal for the 14-days Everest Base Camp trip. The sky will be clear, with no risk of rain. The mild wind from the west clears the air of humidity and improves visibility. Beautiful rhododendron and pine forests dominate the whole lower Everest Region. The warm temperatures make for the finest trekking experience throughout the autumn season. This month is when one of the greatest festivals celebrated by the Nepalese people Dashain and Tihar takes place, and it's possible to come across festival celebrations going on while trekking.

10°C to 15°C
Nighttime: 0°C to -15°C


Winter Season (December to February)
The winter season in the Everest region is a pleasing sight to behold. The crispness and snowy scenery make the trek spectacular. The Everest area is completely covered with snow, making the terrain icy. During this season, there will be fewer trekkers, making the trek calmer and allowing one to fully appreciate the Everest Region. However, the severe cold air and heavy snow can disrupt the trail, making it tough to complete during this season.

0°C to 5°C
Nighttime:-10°C to -20°C


Permits for Everest Base Camp Trek.

The Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit, Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit, and Trekkers’ Information Management System are the essential permits required for the Everest Base Camp trekking in Nepal.

Sagarmatha National Park Permit
During the Everest Base Camp trek, a Sagarmatha National Park permit is necessary to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, which includes the Everest region. The fee helps to conserve and maintain the park, as well as to assist the surrounding communities.

Sagarmatha National Park Permit Costs
ØFor foreigners: NPR 3,000 (USD 25)
ØFor SAARC nationals: NPR 1,500 (USD 12 )
ØFor Nepali visitors citizens: NPR 100.
ØFor Trekking guide NPR 1500.


How to get Sagarmatha National Park Permit?
Obtaining a Sagarmatha National Park permit for an Everest Base Camp trek is an easy procedure. You may obtain the permit at the Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu or Monjo, the Sagarmatha National Park entry point. You will need your passport copy to get a permit. Sagarmatha National Park Permit payments are made in Nepalese Currency.

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit
The permit is necessary for all trekkers entering the Everest region. The fee helps in funding community development efforts and infrastructures in the Everest region.

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit Costs
The cost of the Khumbu Pasang Rural Municipality permit is the same for trekkers from any nation, including citizens of Nepal. The cost is about 15 USD which is NPR 2,000.


How to get a Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit?
The permit is easily accessible at Lukla or Monjo which falls in the trial of Lukla. All you need is your passport, copy, and Nepalese currency to pay for a permit.

TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System)
For the Everest region, the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit took the place of the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card.

All mentioned permits are included in the total trip cost provided, so there are no hidden additional costs for the permits.


Accommodation and Meals on Everest Base Camp Trek

Trekkers can expect a range of accommodation and meal options throughout their Everest Base Camp 14-days trek, all of which are intended to help them as they trek through the challenging trial of the Everest Region.


The meals available along the route are mainly designed to provide essential energy and calories. Breakfast dishes commonly include cereal, toast with jam or honey, egg items, muesli, porridge served in a variety of ways, and pancakes. Tea, coffee, and hot chocolate are also widely available. 

For lunch and evening, trekkers may eat healthy specialties like Dal Bhat, a classic Nepali meal made up of rice, bean soup, vegetable curry, and pickles. Other popular alternatives include fried rice or noodles with vegetables, eggs, pasta meals like spaghetti and macaroni, Tibetan-style dumplings known as momos, and a range of soups such as vegetable, chicken, and garlic. Some bigger neighborhoods, such as Namche Bazaar, may also provide pizzas. Some tea rooms serve snacks such as chocolate bars, cookies, and nuts, as well as freshly baked goods such as apple pie. Trekkers need to stay hydrated, and they can buy bottled water or utilize tap water filtered by tablets or filters.


Tea houses and lodges, which offer simple yet cozy accommodation, are the usual overnight options along the trail. Trekkers should carry their sleeping bags for extra warmth, however, these tea houses are frequently located along the trekking route and offer basic comforts like twin mattresses with blankets and pillows in private rooms. Most restrooms and toilets are shared, with different facilities available in different places, ranging from simple squat toilets to more modern Western-style toilets. Most of the time, the rooms are not heated, and at night, especially at higher elevations, the temperature can drop dramatically. 

Tea houses may provide extra facilities like Wi-Fi and hot showers at an additional cost in settlements like Namche Bazaar, although the connection can be poor and irregular. Overall, the Everest Base Camp trek's meals and accommodation are planned to accommodate trekkers' requirements, offering necessary rest and nutrition while maximizing the experience of the breathtaking Himalayan scenery.


Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty level.

The Everest Base Camp 14 days Trek has a Moderate to Demanding difficulty level. During two weeks, the trek requires crossing tough, uneven terrain as well as managing severe ascents and descends. A major determining factor is altitude, with trekkers reaching 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) at Everest Base Camp and even higher at 5,545 meters (18,192 feet) at Kala Patthar. This higher elevation increases the likelihood of altitude sickness, which may affect trekkers of any level of physical fitness. It is important to properly acclimate, which includes taking rest days and trekking slowly, to reduce this danger. In light of this, we designed our EBC Trekking itinerary so that trekkers may get the rest and leisure they need. Our itinerary includes two days for acclimatization: the first at Namche Bazaar and the second at Dingboche.

Everest Base Camp Trekking Altitude Chart
       The 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking Altitude Chart.

Weather and Routes.
The daily trekking hours range from about 5 to 8 hours, and the trails are typically rough and uphill and downhill, which can be physically challenging. Weather circumstances increase the challenge since temperatures may drop dramatically, particularly at higher elevations, and the weather can change quickly. Breathing becomes more difficult due to the thin air and decreased oxygen levels, increasing the amount of effort. Despite these difficulties, the trek is basic, requiring neither specialist climbing gear nor abilities. But endurance, stamina, and a strong cardiovascular system are essential to complete the trek with no issues.


Preparation for Difficulties on the EBC trek.

Cardiovascular training, strength training, and trekking practice with a weighted backpack should all be part of the preparation for the trek. Because of the great distance and demanding nature of the trek, mental preparation is just as essential as physical preparation. The assistance of guides and porters can help with some of the physical challenges, but trekkers must be prepared to confront the natural obstacles of trekking to one of the world's most famous Everest Base Camp Trek.


Essential Gears for Everest Base Camp Trek.

When preparing for the Everest Base Camp trek, having the right gear is essential for your comfort, safety, and overall trekking experience. Here is a comprehensive list of necessary equipment; 

Base Layers
Thermal Tops and Bottoms: layers that drain away moisture and provide insulation to keep you warm.
Insulating Layers.
Fleece or Down Jacket: Provides warmth in chilly weather.

External Layers
Waterproof jacket and trousers: Protect against rain, snow, and wind.

Pants and Shorts for trekking
Convertible pants: Flexible and appropriate for a variety of weather situations.

T-shirts for trekking
Breathable Shirts: They keep you hydrated while remaining comfortable.

Hand gloves
Interior Gloves: Not too heavy for moderate weather.
Outer Gloves: Insulated and resistant to cold weather.

Sun Hat: Provides solar protection.
Warm Hat: Winter-proof insulated hat.

A Neck cover or Scarf
Increases warmth and offers protection against cold and pollutants.

Boots for Trekking
Durable and Waterproof: Provides support for the ankles and traction on varying surfaces. Make sure you have used it previously, not a brand-new one.

Trekking socks
Dry and Warm: Preserves moisture while providing warmth for your feet.

Snow and Dirt Protection: Avoids both dirt and water from getting inside your boots.

Internal Footwears
Convenient and lightweight: Ideal for use in tea houses following an exhausting day of trekking

Gears and Equipment
Perfect for carrying necessities during the day, a daypack of 30–40 liters is recommended.

Duffel Bags
Visit Himalaya Treks provides 80 liters of a duffel bag for packing your trekking gear which is fully waterproof. While on the trek porter will carry your duffal bag.

Sleeping bags
Perfect for at high altitudes which cover at least -30 degrees.

Covering for sleeping bags
Keeps the sleeping bag clean while adding a few degrees of warmth.

Trekking poles
Adjustable and lightweight for stability on rough surfaces.

Necessary for use at night and in the early morning.

Items for Personal Use
Water bottles
One to Two liters of bottle and make sure to drink plenty of water.

Tablets or Filter for Water Purification
Make sure that the water is safe for consumption.

Personal First Aid Pack
This includes painkillers, sunburn treatment, altitude sickness medication, and any personal medicines.

Personal hygiene
Wet wipes, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and biodegradable soap are recommended.

Sun protection measures
Sunglasses with UV Protection: Protect your eyes from harmful UV radiation.
Sunscreen (SPF 50+): Prevents sunburn on your skin.
SPF-infused lip balm: shields lips from chapping.

Extra Items
Effective in shared lodgings for reducing noise.

Travel Cushion
Improves healthier sleep.

Diaries and Books
Provides entertainment and lets you record the places you visit.

The 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking  Cost for 2024 and 2025.

Discover the adventure of a lifetime with Visit Himalaya Treks' standard 14-days Everest Base Camp Trek, available at the competitive rate of USD 1,500 per person. Whether you're planning your journey for 2024 or 2025, our comprehensive table outlines the costs of this unforgettable experience for various group sizes, ensuring that you have all the information you need to plan your trip. 

When it comes to the Everest Base Camp trek, costs can vary based on your unique needs and preferences. As you delve into your research, you'll encounter a range of price points from different travel agencies, each offering its own set of services tailored to your trekking experience.

Please review the following details for the 14-days Everest base camp trek cost which is structured based on group size. 

Number of Pax. Price.
1 USD: 1500
2 - 5 USD: 1400
6 - 9  USD: 1370
10 + USD: 1330


Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days Detail Itinerary

  • 1

    Today is the day you arrive in Kathmandu. Our tour representative will be waiting to receive you at the airport. Once our tour representative greets you, he will drive you to the hotel. At the hotel, our tour representative will deliver a quick overview of trekking to Everest Base Camp. 

    Altitude 1350 m
    Meals No
    Accommodation Hotel
  • 2

    Drive to Manthali and Fly to Lukla.
    We will fly from Ramechhap, Manthali to Lukla in March, April, May, October, and November. At this time of year, the Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport will see heavy traffic. As a result, we will need to drive to Manthali and then fly to Lukla. Upon waking at one in the morning, we will board a tourist bus or jeep that will take us eastward through Banepa, Dhulikhel, and Bhakundebesi. It will take us four hours to arrive at Manthali Airport. The plane will next fly us to Lukla, which will take around twenty minutes to reach Lukla.


    Direct Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.
    The direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla lasts around 35 minutes. With its breathtaking views of the northern mountains, the 35-minute flight will be fantastic. The flight is appropriate in January, February, June, July, August, September, and December. We will be leaving the hotel early in the morning and arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport after a 20-minute drive. The aircraft will then depart Kathmandu and proceed northeast. During the flight, the view of the villages and the lush, green mountains provides the most appealing experience. After landing at Tenzing Hillary Airport, the trek begins at Phakding. In three to four hours of trekking, we will reach Phakding by passing through the Sherpa communities along the Dudh Koshi.

    Altitude 2610 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 3

    The fresh morning breeze in Phakding boosts energy and enthusiasm for the trek. As we rise the trail, we get glimpses of the Himalayas passing through lush oak woodlands. The beautiful backdrop of the pine forest greets us as we cross the suspension bridge while soaking in the pleasant murmuring of the river. While trekking along the edge of Sagarmatha National Park, the Himalayan landscape remains breathtaking. Praying flags that flicker along the trail showcase the Sherpa communities' cultures. After some hours, the picturesque village of Namche Bazaar greets us, with the Himalayas beaming in the backdrop. On this particular day, we will spend the night at Namche Bazaar. 

    Altitude 3440 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 4

    In a trek, the day of acclimatization is the most crucial. Today we will go on a short ascend to Everest View Hotel. The Everest panorama from the Everest View Hotel offers us a truly magnificent atmosphere. This hotel provides a spectacular view of Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. Along with that, we will have a typical Nepalese lunch before returning to Namche Bazaar. Namche Bazaar serves as the Everest region's main hub. There are several traditional stores and cozy teashops in the exquisite Sherpa town where we may enjoy our time. In the remaining time, there will also be an exploration of the neighboring communities and museums. Overnight will be in Namche Bazaar at the same hotel. 

    Altitude 3800 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 5

    The Namche Bazaar's morning ambiance provides an excellent spirit to begin the day. The trek gradually ascends onward, with the downhill and uphill trials. The trail becomes narrower as it follows the Dudh Koshi River through the lovely Rhododendron forest. Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Everest become increasingly visible. There will be teashops along the way in the Sherpa settlement where we will stop for a while before continuing on our trek. The breathtaking views contribute to the trek's incredible beauty. Within a few hours, we will arrive at Tengboche, a calm Sherpa community. The prayer flags, mani walls, and sculptures around the Tengboches symbolize Tibetan Nepalese culture. In the evening, we will visit Tengboche Monastery, which is also one of Nepal's notable monasteries.

    Altitude 3860 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 6

    The vista of the Himalayas in the morning is breathtaking, especially with the prayer flags fluttering in the breeze. We'll depart Tengboche and continue north. The next sight before us is the narrow alpine woodland, with progressively denser vegetation. We'll gradually make our way to the Imja Settlement. Imja is a picturesque village offering a great view of Ama Dablam and Nuptse. Because of its rugged landscape, the Imja Valley has a genuine Himalayan feel to it. The picturesque community of Dingboche greets us as we follow the shadow of the Himalayas, encompassing the island peak. With prayer flags, mani walls, and other Buddhist-inspired arts and crafts, the small sherpa community has a lot to offer. The Dingboche teahouse is where the overnight stay will take place.

    Altitude 4410 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 7

    This is the second acclimatization day following the Namche. Relaxing at Dingboche is a wonderful portion of the trek. We will trek to Nangkartsang Peak and experience incredible vistas of Nuptse, Everest, Lhotse, and  Makalu. After spending some time here, we will head back to Dingboche. The small Sherpa settlement of Dingboche is cut off from the outside world. The crisp evening air makes it ideal for visiting the surrounding communities. 

    Altitude 5616 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 8

    The trek starts early in the morning from the Dingboche. The scenery becomes rocky and barren, and we will arrive at Thukla after several hours of trekking. Thukla is the trek's brief rest point when the majority of the trekkers stop before proceeding. Continuing the trek, there will be stone tributes to the trekkers who died while attempting to reach the summit of Mount Everest and other Himalayan Peaks in the Khumbu region of Nepal.  The trail eventually will lead us to the rough and steep terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. Crossing the moraine, serene Lobuche will greet us stay overnight at Lobuche. 

    Altitude 4910 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 9

    The stunning sunrise vista of Mount Pumori from Lobuche will be remarkable. Today, the trekking trial requires considerable effort since, at a certain point, the terrain becomes rough and steeply uphill. Our ascend will follow the Khumbu Glacier once we depart from the Lobuche. Following the trial, the gorgeous Himalayas and refreshing glaciers provide an enjoyable setting. Within a few hours, the stunning Himalayan settlement of Gorakshep becomes visible.

    After resting in Gorakshep, we will proceed on to the Everest Base Camp. The icy and rocky trial manages to drain some of our trekking stamina. After reaching Everest Base Camp, the panoramas of Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbutse, Lho La, and Nuptse west face, become more readily visible. This will be a great accomplishment since we will finally be able to appreciate the natural splendor of the Everest region from the Everest Base Camp. The vista of the Khumbu Icefall and Khumbu Glacier adds to the elegance. After savoring the landscape from Everest Base Camp, we will return to Gorakhsep, where we will spend the night. 

    Altitude 5364 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 10

    We will be able to see the breathtaking sunrise panorama of the Himalayas during our early morning hike to Kala Patthar. Kala Patthar offers an incredible view of Mount Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbutse, Lho La, Nuptse west face, Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Khumbu Himalayan Range. From this vantage point, we can fully appreciate the panorama of the entire Everest region. The beauty of the icefall and the glaciers will make us feel incredible. 

    Following our breathtaking, once-in-a-lifetime vista of the Himalayas and surrounding area, we will make our way back to Gorakshep. The trek to Pheriche starts after a short break for relaxation. Pheriche is a charming tiny Sherpa hamlet in the lap of mountains. The lovely prayer flags, along with the cool air, contribute to the vibrancy of the evening. Overnight stay will be at Pheriche.

    Altitude 5545 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 11

    The crispness of the morning and the combination of the breakfast in Pheriche offers an upbeat environment. The trek starts on the same trail that we used. We will arrive at Pangboche after crossing the magnificent river and continuing the trail. The trail leads us deep into the woods, passing through the picturesque villages of Pangboche and Tengboche. Within a few hours, we will arrive at Namche, where we will spend overnight.

    Altitude 3440 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 12

    In the early hours of the morning, we will depart from the picturesque Namche Bazaar Sherpa hamlet and begin the trek towards Lukla. The rhododendron woods, together with the gorgeous Alpine greenery, provide a refreshing mood when trekking. The trail will be easy to follow along the Dudh Koshi River. We'll make up to Lukla in the evening. This day's overnight stay will be in Lukla as we explore the nearby areas in the evening.

    Altitude 2810 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Tea House / Lodge
  • 13

    Flight from Lukla to Manthali and Drive to Kathmandu.
    It will take around 20 minutes to fly from Lukla to Manthali/Rammechap. The plane's windows provide a farewell look at the Himalayas to the north. After saying goodbye to the Everest region, the flight will depart Lukla and proceed west. The flight from Lukla to Ramechaap is most appropriate in March, April, May, October, and November. From Manthali we will take the vehicle to Kathmandu. It takes around a five-hour drive to reach Kathmandu from Manthali.


    Direct Flight to Kathmandu.
    The direct flight from Lukla to Kathmandu will last around 35 minutes. Soaring over the verdant cliffs of the Eastern Hills, the flight will be thrilling. As soon as you land at Tribhuvan International Airport, a tour representative will meet you and take you to the hotel. In the evening, we will celebrate the completion of the Everest Base Camp's 14-day trek in a typical Nepalese restaurant. After enjoying typical Nepalese food we will make our way back to the hotel.

    Altitude 1350 m
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Accommodation Hotel
  • 14

    This day marks the conclusion of the adventurous Everest Base Camp's 14-day trekking. Our tour representative will drive you to Tribhuvan International Airport 3 hours before your flight. Following the last farewell, you will depart Nepal with the most wonderful memories and experiences that you had in Everest Base Camp for 14 days Trekking in Nepal.

    Altitude 1350 m
    Meals Breakfast
    Accommodation No

Cost Includes

    • Arrivals and departure transport by car (We will collect you from the Kathmandu International Airport) and transfer to the hotel.
    • 2 nights’ accommodation (2 persons per room) in Kathmandu in a 3* standard Hotel with breakfast. (1 night before and 1 night after the trek)
    • Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu airfare including airport taxes. Or Optionally Manthali – Lukla - Manthali Domestic flight.
    • Kathmandu Manthali- Kathmandu land transport if flight to Lukla from Manthali.
    • Accommodation and all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) while on trek in normal teahouses.
    • Salary, insurance, food, and accommodation for guides and porters.
    • A porter to carry your luggage on treks (Per person 15-kilogram luggage).
    • National Park entry fee and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS).
    • First Aid Kit.
    • Service charges and Government taxes.

Cost Excludes

    • Nepal entry Visa Fee.
    • Personal Travel Insurance (Compulsory).
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
    • Extra night accommodation early arrival and late departure.
    • Personal expenses like beverages (mineral water, alcohol, soft drinks), telephone bills, laundry, bar bills, personal tips, etc.
    • Extra baggage charge. (Kathmandu – Lukla-Kathmandu) or Manthali – Lukla - Manthali baggage limitation is 15KG including handbags.

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Carolina And Judith, From Switzerland

Incredibly 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking.

We were incredibly fortunate to trek Everest Base Camp Trekking with Visit Himalaya Treks.

Himal, the owner of Visit Himalaya Treks, was in contact with us through every step of our planning phase; answering even our most benign questions. He gave great advice on Visas, travel insurance, and hotels (we wanted to stay two additional days before the trek). Throughout our trek he and our guide kept our friends and family updated on our progress through Facebook posts. He made us feel like family from the moment we stepped into his office.

Our guide, Ngima, was extremely professional and incredibly experienced. He greeted us at the airport and his smile and adventurous, positive nature were immediately infectious! He also shared with us his journey to becoming a guide. Ngima solved every little ‘problem’ that arose on the trek (in the mountains nothing is certain) with skill and grace. We never had to worry about anything-we knew he had everything under control. He made sure we ate enough every day (key to avoiding AMS) and that we had a great time-even teaching us some card games!

If you’re adventurous and have a love for the outdoors Everest Base Camp will be one of the best things you’ll ever do. It takes a bit of planning and is not an easy Sunday stroll so you’ll want to be sure to book with a company that will assist you with the planning before, encourage and motivate you during, and become your family after.

We were sad to say goodbye to Himal and Ngima and we’ll definitely go back to tackle another of the incredible Himalayan treks with Visit Himalaya Treks. 

April 2024.

Luka Williams, From Australia

14 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking With Chitwan National Park Tour

Had an absolute blast with my girlfriend doing the 14-day Everest base camp trek! Himal and Raj were extremely helpful with answering any questions we had about the trek. when we reached Lukla airport we were greeted by our amazing guide Ram who did an amazing job guiding us through the beautiful Himalayan Ranges. He made our trip effortless and was always in high spirits! After our trek in the Himalayas, we decided to do a trip To Chitwan National Park for 3 nights which I highly recommend if you have the time.

The guide was yet again experienced and informative and there were plenty of exciting things to do for each of the action-packed Days. overall, everything went smoothly, Himal and Raj were very helpful with anything we needed and always offered friendly services such as taking us to the hotel and picking us up which made our stay in Kathmandu also more pleasant. I could not recommend this company enough as It was one of the most memorable experiences I have had.
Thank you Himal, Raj, and the VHT team for the wonderful holidays.
Nov 2023.


Yes, of course, the Everest Base Camp Trek requires porters and guides, who will assist you along with the difficult terrain. Guides will help you in a variety of situations, such as unexpected circumstances, on trials, and give you background knowledge on associated places. Porters will also assist you with carrying your bulky baggage during the trial. Therefore, having a guide and porter you enjoy your lifetime Everest Base Camp Trekking full of joys. 

A gradual and steady ascent, acclimatization days, drinking enough of water, and staying away from alcohol are all recommended to reduce the risk of altitude sickness. Carry medication such as Diamox after speaking with a medical professional. Keep a tight eye on your health and be prepared to back down if any serious symptoms arise.

Trekking might take anywhere from five to eight hours a day, depending on the terrain and elevation gains. Certain days can be longer and more exhausting, particularly the ascents to Kala Patthar and Everest Base Camp, while other days could be shorter to allow for acclimatization and relaxation.

Travel insurance is strongly recommended and is mandatory for the Everest Base Camp Trek. It should include coverage for medical costs, travel cancellations, emergency evacuation, and trekking at high altitudes. Without insurance, helicopter evacuation in the event of serious altitude sickness or injury can be quite costly.

Although it is possible to trek alone, it is best to join a group or hire a guide and porter for boosted enjoyment, safety, and assistance with backpacks. Trekking in groups offers company and the opportunity to share experiences, and guides may give valuable assistance and knowledge of the area. Also, if you wish to go on a solo trek, we can arrange a guide and porter so that you may fully experience our 14-day Everest Base Camp trek package.

The physical requirements of the Everest Base Camp Trekking require a moderate to high degree of fitness. Previous trekking experience is important, as is regular cardio and muscle training. You may better prepare your body for the long hiking days and elevation gains by doing treks with a backpack.

At tea houses, charging facilities are available at a cost of about USD 2 to 5. It is advised to have a backup battery bank or solar charger because the weather in the Everest region can change suddenly, disrupting power supplies.

The Everest Base Camp Trek route goes through Sherpa neighborhoods, providing opportunities for discovering the customs, culture, and way of life. You may tour monasteries, socialize with locals, and observe traditional Sherpa rituals. Depending on when you embark on the EBC trek, you may also be able to witness religious rites and festivals.

Best Selling Trip

Group Size Price
1 People $1500
2 - 5 People $1400
6 - 9 People $1370
10 + People $1330
$ 1330 / Person
14 Days Nepal
Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days
Altitude 5364 m
Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days
Region Everest Region
Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days
Difficulty Moderate to Demanding
Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days
Group size 1+ Peoples
Everest Base Camp Trekking 14 Days
Best Season September to December & March to May.