We found Base Camp Adventure Trekking because my brother did a trekking with Jwala some years ago. He was very pleased with the guide and the company, so we decided to book a trekking here as well. Unfortunately Jwala got sick a few days before our arrival in Kathmandu so he was unable to guide us to Everest Base Camp. Nonetheless (CEO) Shree took care of everything. A new guide was arranged and we had an outstanding experience with our wonderful guide Prakash. Prakash is a very pleasant, English speaking, funny guide. He treated us like his family. During our trek everything was perfectly arranged, but not only during the trek. Before and after the Trek Shree was always there to answer questions about anything we needed to know. Pick ups were complimentary and well arranged. We would recommend Base Camp Adventure Trekking with 10/10!
Trip Cost Include
- Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private car / van / bus.
- Standard accommodation in Kathmandu.
- Guided city tour in Kathmandu by car / van / bus.
- All your standard Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
- Best available guest houses during the trek (mainly in twin sharing).
- A local government licensed English speaking Guide during the trek.
- The required number of staff and Porters to carry your luggage during the trek.
- Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, medicine and transportation for all trekking/tour staff.
- National Park permits and TIMS Permit (Trekker’s Information Management System)
- Down Jacket, sleeping bag and duffel/kit bag by Base Camp Adventure (which needs to be returned after the trek.)
- First aid medical kits.
- All necessary land transport
- Domestic airfare and airport tax.
Trip Cost Exclude
- Lunch and dinner whilst in Kathmandu.
- Your travel insurance (compulsory).
- International airfare and airport departure tax.
- Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, laundry.
- Personal trekking Equipment.
- Tips for trekking staff.
- Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.
We are advised to consider the following equipment as these are essentials while packing for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Adjustments to the list can be managed according to the requirements, interests, duration of trip, and season of trip. We can find variety of these gears to rent or buy in Kathmandu. Majority of the gears which are in sale in Kathmandu are locally manufactured and some are imported from china and they are much cheaper. And there are some famous branded gear shops in Kathmandu, Thamel.
– Lightweight and comfortable hiking boots: fit them with hiking socks and wear them wherever possible before you go to trekking.
– Sleeping bag and liner
– Sandals/ Flip flop
– Hiking socks – at least 2 pairs of cotton socks and 2 pair of wool socks
– Lightweight long sleeve hiking shirts
– Windproof/Waterproof pants and jacket
– Plastic rain poncho
– Light weather protection and warmer weather
– Hat for sun and wind
– Windproof gloves
– Warmer clothes
– Long underwear
– Thermals (socks, t-shirts, sweater)
– Wool hat/beanie (for winter)
– Hiking trousers
– Down jacket
– Sunglasses with good UV protection
– Lightweight bag to carry your personal needs during the day
– Insect repellent
– Camera with extra battery
– Aluminum water bottle
– Head lamp
– Trekking Poles
Q: I’ve never trekked before. Can I do this trek?
Answer: Of course if you are reasonably fit, mentally prepared and can walk for 6-7-hours a day then no matter who you are and what your background is, a bit of training may be necessary, but even that is not 100% essential for most.
Q: How many miles do you walk each day?
Answer: It is about 20 miles from Lukla to Tengboche and it should take a minimum of 3 days excluding 1 acclimatizing day on Namche Bazar. In average you walk around 4-7 miles per day while going up and 8-12 miles while coming down.
Q: Is there battery charging facility?
Answer: The tea houses have charging ability via their solar panels but if it has been cloudy for several days, there may not be enough reserves to charge barberries for your camera, and thus it is better to have an extra battery. Teahouses usually charge for it – maybe a 300-500 rupees per hour. Many people want to charge their batteries so try to plug your stuff in as soon as you arrive.
Q: Can I do laundry on the trek?
Answer: Yes, you can. You can take this service with guest house. This will not be by machine, it will be by hand. Or, you can do your own laundry in a bucket.
Q: Is there bottled water on this trek?
Answer: Yes, there’s bottled water from Lukla all the way up to Tengboche. But, the price goes up the higher you go. One liter bottle of water cost start around 70 rupees and at Tengboche cost well over 200 (around $2). A budget solution to this is to use water treatment solution or use water purifier tablets. Some purification tabs and drops make the water taste weird. Please be aware of that too. Buying boiled water can be a solution to save money from expensive bottled water but make sure if water was fully boiled or not before you buy.
Q: Is there age limit for Everest Base Camp Trek?
Answer: There isn’t any official age limit saying you can and cannot trek to this route.
Q: How difficult is this Everest View Trek?
Answer: In terms of terrain there are no ropes needed and no ice picks needed. There is no vertical climbing involved. The ground is not paved. It is rough, rocky and gravel strewn. Most of the trek involves long paths that go up and then down. People with weak ankles should take caution. Depending on the time of year you go there can also be snow and ice in the trails.
Q: Can children do Everest View Trek?
Answer: Yes in the general rule. It’s advisable that your child is reasonable and able to understand and follow instructions immediately. Your child should be mature enough to recognize altitude sickness symptoms.
Everest View Trek is a mini trek that provides an opportunity to hike in Everest region of Nepal. It is one of the popular treks in Everest, for those not willing to walk all the way to Everest base camp yet who dreams to have closer view of Mt. Everest and other Khumbu mountains as well as explore the cultural insights on the lives of the legendary Sherpa people. This exceptional 8 days trek features a wide range of remarkable scenery combined with unique cultural encounters with the local inhabitants of high altitude region.
After a short yet adventurous flight from Kathmandu to the beautiful village of Lukla (2800m), the journey heads directly towards Sagarmatha National Park, which is the second most popular trekking area in Nepal. The trek endures through the lush vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park with, rhododendron forests, pine forests and plenty of wildlife, to Namche bazaar, a lively market that is a junction for trekkers and the biggest Sherpa residence in Everest region where a day rest is essential in order to get acclimatized to higher altitudes.
Following the trek trails leads you to several Sherpa Villages like, Khunde village, Phortse village, Khumjung village and many other small villages which rewards you with spectacular views of snow-capped mountains that rise above the clouds. From each village you can not only see these incredible mountains but also get an opportunity to experience Sherpa culture, visit monasteries and learn the way of living style of the Himalayan people. Ultimately, the trek trail leads you to famous Tengboche Monastery.
Tengboche Monastery, situated at the altitude of 3867m is one of the biggest monasteries in Khumbu area. Surrounded by rhododendron forest all around, the monastery is located on a ridge top with impressive views of Everest Landscape. The view from this stop is absolutely delightful view of different mountains like the Mighty Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Nuptse, Thamserku, Kangtega, Kusum, Kangaru, Malaphula , Tawoche along with many others. Residence of about 40 Tibetan Buddhist Monks, Tengbche Monastery is also the spiritual centre for Sherpas. Moreover, this monastery is also reputed by photographers as one of the best places to capture the remarkable beauty of Mt Everest and its neighboring peaks. So, be prepared to have your camera permanently in hand to record this astonishing experience.
The closing days of this experience will be spent in the delightful and lovely villages of Khunde (3500m) and Khumjung, where you will have the chance to further interact with the legendary Sherpa people and take part in their astounding conventional way of life. After that, you will return back to Lukla and ultimately to Kathmandu, appreciating the last views of the spectacular mountains and the people.
All in all, Everest view trek is not only for its nearness to the world’s highest mountain but also for its friendly Sherpa people, great variety of cultures and tradition, charming villages, colourful festivals and monasteries. This trek will definitely provide you a good insight into Sherpa culture without much struggle of high altitude trekking.
Day 01: Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Trek Preparation and Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour.
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (40 Minutes). Trek to Phakding. 3hrs.
Day 04: Trek to Namche Bazaar.6:30hrs.
Day 05: Acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar or day hike to Kunde and Khumjung villages.
Day 06: Trek to Tengboche monastery.6hrs.
Day 07: Trek to Namche and continue to Monjo.6:30hrs
Day 08: Trek back to Lukla airport. 4hrs.
Day 09: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu.
Day 10: Transfer to international Airport for next destination.
This itinerary is just a standard pattern, we are always open to customize your trip as per your interest and suggestion.
Departures and Availability
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|5 Mar 2017 - 11 Mar 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|8 Mar 2017 - 14 Mar 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|12 Mar 2017 - 18 Mar 2017||Limit Seats Available||Confirmed
|15 Mar 2017 - 21 Mar 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|19 Mar 2017 - 25 Mar 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|21 Mar 2017 - 27 Mar 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|26 Mar 2017 - 1 Apr 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|30 Mar 2017 - 5 Mar 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|2 Apr 2017 - 8 Apr 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
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|8 Apr 2017 - 14 Apr 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|11 Apr 2017 - 17 Apr 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
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|20 Apr 2017 - 26 Apr 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
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|27 Apr 2017 - 3 Apr 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|2 May 2017 - 8 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|7 May 2017 - 13 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|9 May 2017 - 15 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|14 May 2017 - 20 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|18 May 2017 - 24 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|20 May 2017 - 26 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
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|25 May 2017 - 31 May 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|29 May 2017 - 4 Jun 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|3 Jun 2017 - 9 Jun 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|5 Jun 2017 - 11 Jun 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|14 Jun 2017 - 20 Jun 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
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|21 Jun 2017 - 27 Jun 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|26 Jun 2017 - 2 Jul 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|2 Jul 2017 - 8 Jul 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
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|20 Jul 2017 - 26 Jul 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|24 Jul 2017 - 30 Jul 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed
|27 Jul 2017 - 2 Aug 2017||Seats Available||Confirmed