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Everest Base Camp Trek ( 16 Days )

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Best trek in Everest Region.

Visiting Everest Base Camp.

Climbing Kala Patthar for a fantastic view of Mt. Everest.

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Trip Overview

Everest base camp trek is perhaps one of the most common and challenging classic trekking in the Everest area. It has been considered a trekker's first choice to see the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest face-to-face. Likewise, to see the breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains like Mt-Everest, you must climb up to Kala Patthar. Everest base camp trek is not just for amazing views of the scenery, as it certainly provides opportunities to explore the evergreen forest and villages with monasteries in the high region. After a half-hour flight to Lukla, the Everest base camp trek starts to ascend and descend through the rugged path through the jungle, village, and hill. We travel to Everest base camp from where the Everest expedition team begins to climb Mt. Everest. You will miss your holiday with us in Nepal, trekking towards Everest base camp with our excellent guides while looking at the heart-beating views of the great Himalayan mountains with every step towards your goal.
16 days Everest base camp trek will start after you arrive in Kathmandu where your accommodation and transfer from the airport are taken care of by us. We will also give you a tour of Kathmandu city where you can enjoy and buy your trek equipment if you need it. Keep in mind that we provide a free duffle bag when you arrive, also we provide a down jacket and sleeping bag for hire if needed, we would appreciate it if you would give us the details when you book our trip.
The next day we will fly to Lukla from where our trek starts and is a total of 12 days of walking, we will be spending our night in a teahouse through different places as stated in the itinerary. We give extra care to our clients with our excellent and certified English-speaking guide who will help you with all the things you need and with their knowledge of the route you will find the trek more enjoyable. If you have more time on your hand, we would also recommend you to CHECK OUR EVEREST HIGH PASS TREK HERE which is longer, challenging having to cross through many passes and you can enjoy many amazing places along the way, including Gokyo.
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Day 1

Arrival Kathmandu, Transfer to hotel

Places Visited: Kathmandu


Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel. Drive approx 25 minutes depending on the traffic. After the check-in formalities at the hotel lobby, there will be a short briefing of the following day's program by your Tour Leader. After the briefing, you have a choice to go for group dinner to a Nepalese restaurant and experience the culture through our food and dance.

Day 2

Drive Manthali, fly to Lukla Trek to Phakding (2,780m)

Places Visited: Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Lukla) Phakding


we start our day early in the morning and drive towards Manthali airport Depending on the flight schedule, for morning flights we will have a morning wake up call. After reaching the Airport we board flight for Lukla (2850m). After arriving at Lukla we will be met by our trekking crew, the same day we set off for the village of Phakding (2656m) 3 hours.

Day 3

Trek to Namche Bazzar (3,440m)

Places Visited: Namche


We climb steadily on a winding path along the banks of the Dudh Kosi river, through villages and forests dwarfed by gigantic rock walls until a final climb that brings us to Namche Bazaar the capital of Solukhumbu region. Namche is unique for its geographical location surrounded by mountain ranges and colorful houses scattered in an amphitheater of rock. (5-6 hours).

Day 4

Trek to Kyanjuma (3,600m)

Places Visited: Kyangjuma


Today we hike up to Kyanjuma ( 3600 m ) via Japanese made Everest View Hotel, located at an altitude of 3880m. The walk up is fairly steep but along the way you get great views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many other mountains. It is basically an acclimatization walk. We descend to Kyanjuma via Khumjung and Khunde villages visiting the Hillary School, Khunde Hospital and Khumjung Monastery that houses the only Yeti skull. ( 5 hrs walk).

Day 5

Trek to Thyangboche (3,867m)

Places Visited:


Today we walk for about 4 hrs. First, we walk 1 hr downhill to the river Dudh Kosi at Phunki Tenga and cross the river by a suspension bridge, we then climb for about 3 hrs steeply through the rhododendron forest up to Thyangboche in time for lunch. For those interested, they attend the evening service at the monastery. If the weather is clear you get amazing sunset views over Everest.

Day 6

Trek to Dingboche (4,350m)

Places Visited: Dingboche


A gradual climb leads us to the highest settlement in the area, the Sherpa village of Dingboche. A slow and steady pace as we gain altitude will reap benefits. Today we go above the tree line. Approx 5 hrs.

Day 7

Acclimatization in Dingboche (4360m)

Places Visited: Dingboche


We spend an extra night here which will help with the acclimatization. There are several options at Dingboche. You can follow a gradual trail up the Imja Khola towards the village of Chukkung (4750m). Or you can attempt to climb Nangkartshang Peak (5100m) which is 3hrs steep up and 2hrs down for amazing views of several mountains including Makalu ( the 5th highest Mountain on earth ) and Ama Dablam.

Day 8

Trek to Lobuje(4,930m)

Places Visited:


We set off on a gradual climb to Dughla. From here its an hour steep climb to Chupko Lhare( 4840m) the memorial site of the Sherpa & Western climbers who perished during their climbing expeditions on Everest and other mountains of the area. From the memorial site the trail climbs gently to reach the lodges at Lobuche, alongside the Khumbu Glacier. (5 hours).

Day 9

Trek to Gorakshep (5,288m), Visit Everest Base Camp (5,300m)

Places Visited: Everest Base Camp Gorak shep


An early start for Gorak Shep. We follow the main trail over the moraine beside the Khumbu Glacier and arrive at the tiny settlement in 2-3 hours for a welcome hot drink and light lunch before setting off for one of our goals – the Everest Base Camp (5300m), situated on the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. We return to Gorak Shep for the evening. Today is a long day with 7-8 hrs walking.

Day 10

Trek to Pheriche (4,243m)

Places Visited: Kala Patthar


Today’s activity will depend on energy, weather, and what was achieved yesterday. The weather is usually clear in the morning so an ascend of Kala Pathar (5545m) at first light may be the best plan. It takes about 2-3 hours to reach the top and from there we can see the magnificent south face of Everest and the Khumbu Icefall. We aim to descend as far as Pheriche today for better sleep at a lower altitude. Approx 8 hrs walking

Day 11

Trek to Kyanjuma

Places Visited: Kyangjuma


From Pheriche, we drop down to Pangboche (4000m) and then retrace our steps past Ama Dablam to Debuche where it is worth looking out for Eagles, Musk deer, Himalayan Thar and Himalayan Monal our National bird. A half an hour climb leads from Debuche up through the woods to Thyangboche from where we descend through the forest to Imja Khola and then climb back up to Kyanjuma. 6 hrs walk.

Day 12

Trek to Monzo (2,800m)

Places Visited:


Follow the lower trail to Namche Bazaar. It is the best trail in the region with stunning views and pass the Tenzing memorial. If you have missed the museum or National Park headquarters on the way up, there will be time to fit this in. We then descend through Namche and Jorsale to Monzo.

Day 13

Trek to Lukla

Places Visited: Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Lukla)


Our last day's walk takes us back through Phakding, from where we have a final climb to Lukla. 5 hrs walking.

Day 14

Fly to Manthali, Drive to Kathmandu

Places Visited: Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Lukla)


We fly from Lukla to Manthali and take a drive towards Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel.

Day 15

Free day in Kathmandu

Places Visited: Kathmandu


Kathmandu – perhaps visit Swayambhunath also called the Monkey Temple, or the Durbar Square in the heart of the old city where the old Royal Palace & temples with intricate woodcarvings are located.If you are lucky you can see the "Kumari" at the Home of the Kumari, the young girl who is revered as a living goddess. Or do some final shopping.

Day 16

Depart Kathmandu

Places Visited: Kathmandu


Transfer to Kathmandu airport for final departure or continue with your own arrangements.

Cost Includes
  • Both way domestic flight (KTM-Lukla-KTM).

  • All necessary permits

  • One good English speaking Nepali Leader

  • Airport pick up and drop transfer to hotel.

  • International airport arrival and departutre transfers

  • All ground transportation as per the itinerary

  • Trekking Map

  • Accommodation Twin share room with breakfast in a 3 star hotel (as per itinerary)

  • Everest National Park fee and TIMS Card /Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee

  • All accommodation (B&B twin sharing basis) with Breakfast during trek (As per Itinerary).

  • Oxygen backup for Emergency

  • Government license holder experienced English-speaking Nepali Guide.

Cost Excludes
  • All the lunches and dinners in Kathmandu and on trek days.

  • Personal medical insurance.

  • Personal trekking gear.

  • Alcoholic Beverages.

  • Telephone calls

  • International air ticket and airport tax.

  • Nepal Visa Fee.

  • Personal Nature Expenses

  • Emergency rescue evacuation if needed.

  • The services not mentioned in “cost Includes

  • Sunglasses

  • Water Bottle

  • Sunscreen

  • Comfortable Hiking Shoes

  • Walking Pole

Trip Highlights

Trek to Everest Base Camp and explore many beautiful villages, on our way to EBC we visit Tengboche Monastery (3850m) - which is one of the most revered ancient monasteries. Along the way, we will see great views of Everest, towering between the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge.

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Reviews from our gratified travellers

Karen Mike

We booked this private trek for the two of us directly with Footloose. Dawa was extremely quick to respond to our requests and questions from the outset. Everything was really well arranged from start to finish. Both Karma and Dawa met with us at the start and end of the trek to ensure we were happy, which was appreciated. Our guide, Hari Khadka, really made the trek special for us and was outstanding in every respect. He spoke excellent English and was a permanent source of interesting information about local culture, wildlife and the areas we trekked through. Hari organised each night's accommodation, advised on the best local food and ensured we were looked after really well. He discussed the itinerary together with options for the next day every evening. We had an absolutely amazing time, and will definitely use Footloose for our next trek in Nepal, with Hari as our guide.

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