Everest Base Camp Trek is an incredible journey in the beautiful Himalayan landscapes. This exciting trek package from Base Camp Adventure takes you through diverse landscapes. Trekkers will arrive at the base camp of the highest mountain peak in the world in just a few days.
Everest Base Camp is a stunning area with incredible mountains all around, including Mt. Everest (8848.86m). Trekkers can observe majestic mountain vista and wonderful natural surroundings. They will also get to observe the spectacular view of Mt. Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Khumbutse, Pumori, Cho Oyu, and other Himalayan mountains.
Moreover, this trek in the Everest region passes through rugged terrains and is moderately challenging. With some proper training and preparation, anyone can take this trek with ease. Tea houses along the trail will keep you warm and safe during the night. These teahouses are essential and provide standard facilities along the route. The incredible hospitality will make you fall in love with the place.
Besides that, trekkers will also have an opportunity to explore the cultural landscapes of this region. Various Buddhist landmarks along these trails include monasteries, chortens, and gompas. Travelers will pass through Sherpa settlements with Tibetan heritage. You can have a spiritual experience while trekking through the region.
After you book your trip, we will set up a meeting with you either at our office or a specified hotel. There you will get a complete briefing about this incredible trek journey. You can join a group of trekkers for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure in the Himalayas. We at Base Camp Adventure are providing this outstanding trek at a reasonable cost. Read on to know more about the Everest Base Camp trek group joining in detail.
Highlights of the Trip
- Magical Himalayan sunrise from various viewpoints, including Kala Patthar.
- Experiencing the incredible atmosphere of Everest Base Camp and other natural landscapes
- Exploration of Namche Bazaar and its various cafes, bars, restaurants, souvenir shops of the region.
- Scenic mountain flight with best Himalayan views to and from Lukla
- The exploration of Tengboche monastery and its spiritual premises.
- Trekking through incredible landscapes of Khumbu Icefalls and glaciers.
- Cultural exploration of lifestyle, heritage, and tradition of the Sherpa community
- The warm hospitality of local people
EBC Trek Altitude Chart
Everest Base Camp Trek Group Joining Route
Our trek journey starts as you take a scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. Lukla is the gateway of the Mount Everest region. You will trek to Phakding from Lukla. From Phakding, you will trek to Namche Bazaar. The commercial town has many ancient Sherpa settlements, hotels, pubs, cafes, and others.
The culture, tradition, and heritage of Sherpas will enchant all travelers. After arriving at Tengboche, you can observe the ancient monastery of this region. Trekkers will pass through the settlements of Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep. Finally, you will arrive at Everest Base Camp, which is our primary destination. This 360-degree panoramic view of the snow-capped mountains of the region will welcome you.
The trail goes uphill and downhill, passing through forests of rhododendron, juniper, and pine trees. Glaciers, glacial lakes, and green hills are another highlight of this trek. Travelers will travel to Kala Patthar (5545m), another incredible viewpoint for gorgeous Himalayan sunrises. You can observe Mt. Everest (8848.86m), Lhotse (8414m), Khumbutse (6636m), Pumori (7161m), Nuptse (7861m), Lingtren (6749m) and others.
After exploring the base camp area and taking incredible pictures of this region, you will return to Gorak Shep. Kala Pathar hike the next day is another challenging journey through rugged terrains. You will get majestic views of Mount Everest from Kalapathar. After Kala Pathar, you will return to Pheriche and pass through an earlier route of Namche Bazar and Phakding to Lukla. Finally, you will take a scenic mountain flight from Lukla to Kathmandu as your trip comes to an end.
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Best Season for Everest Base Camp Trek Group Joining
The treks in the Everest region are perfect in peak seasons of Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). These seasons are ideal for trekking in the area. There is stable weather with moderate temperatures in the Everest region, making it suitable for trekking.
Weather in Spring
Spring is generally considered perfect for trekking and hence is peak time for adventures. There is less precipitation in the foothills of the Himalayas, which makes it favorable for trekking. Moreover, moderate temperatures in the daytime and a serene environment are other advantages. Trekkers will pass through green hills, fast-flowing rivers, water streams, and beautiful landscapes. Overall, there is a tranquil environment in Spring in the Everest region.
Weather in Autumn
Autumn is a beautiful time for the EBC trek as there is an excellent daytime trekking environment. There is minimal precipitation and less challenges like floods, landslides, and avalanches. Besides, you can also go on a complete cultural exploration of this region.
There are many cultural festivals in this season, and the atmosphere remains quite lively. There are various cultural landmarks in the region, including monasteries and temples.
Everest Base Camp in the off-season of winters and monsoons is also possible. However, they are pretty challenging as the weather remains unpredictable. There is extremely cold weather and heavy rainfall in these seasons. Hence, trekkers should pack well for this trip and train well for a safe and comfortable experience.
Difficulties of Everest Base Camp Trek
This Everest region is remote, with rugged and challenging terrains. Altitude sickness is quite a challenge in this high-altitude trek. Moreover, trekkers should acclimatize well during this trek with proper rest and hydration to trek with ease. Diamox tablets can also help you tackle altitude sickness along trails.
Moreover, trekkers will pass through the harsh terrains of these regions. The steep uphill trails are a challenge for even the most experienced of trekkers. Trekkers also need to train well with proper physical strength, endurance, and stamina. This trek has facilities of accommodation in teahouses.
These teahouses have basic facilities so you will have to compromise in this aspect. The food is also essential as ingredients need to get transported through porters or yaks along the trail. Everest Base Camp Trek is therefore difficult in these aspects. However, if you trek with proper packing and preparation, you can complete this trek. Read more at How difficult is EBC trek?