Everest Base Camp Trek

Trip Code EBC-14
Trip Duration 14
Max Altitude 5550M
Group Size 1 to 20
Best Time for Visit March to May, October to December

Trip Overview


The Everest Base Camp Trek is a legendary adventure that takes you to the foot of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. Spanning a distance of approximately 130 kilometers round trip, this trek is also a mesmerizing journey through the heart of the Himalayas in Nepal. The adventure begins with a thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small mountain airstrip nestled amidst towering peaks. From Lukla, the trek also commences, leading you through picturesque Sherpa villages, lush valleys, and dense rhododendron forests. Along the way, you'll encounter prayer wheels, colorful monasteries, and prayer flags fluttering in the mountain breeze, offering glimpses into the rich Buddhist culture of the region. As you ascend, the landscape gradually transforms into an alpine wonderland. You'll also cross suspension bridges suspended over roaring rivers, and traverse steep, rocky trails that challenge your physical endurance. The dramatic scenery includes soaring snow-capped peaks, cascading glaciers, and the ever-present presence of Mount Everest, which looms majestically above the surrounding summits. The trekking route is punctuated by cozy teahouses, providing warm hospitality, delicious Nepali cuisine, and a chance to connect with fellow trekkers from all corners of the globe. Evenings are also spent around crackling fireplaces, sharing stories of adventure and marveling at the star-studded night sky. The ultimate goal of the trek is reaching Everest Base Camp, a temporary campsite used by mountaineers during their expeditions to the summit. Standing at an altitude of 5,364 meters, the base camp also offers awe-inspiring views of the Khumbu Icefall and the iconic South Col of Everest. Upon reaching Everest Base Camp, a sense of triumph and accomplishment fills the air. You'll also have an up-close encounter with the world's highest peak, witnessing firsthand the indomitable spirit of human exploration and perseverance.

Conclusion and Summary

The Everest Base Camp Trek is not just a physical challenge; it's an immersive experience that exposes you to the raw beauty of the Himalayas and the warmth of the Sherpa people. It's an opportunity to push your limits, embrace the serenity of the mountains, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

 Trip Highlight

  • World’s highest airport at Syangboche (3,780m / 12.402ft)
  • Chance to explore the culture and lifestyles of the local Sherpa people
  • The magnificent views of the world’s highest peak, 8,848.68m/29,029 ft.
  • Views of other peaks such as Mt. Lhotse(8,516m), Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Mt. Makalu (8,463m)
  • Explore Sagarmatha National Park
  • Prayer wheels, colorful flags, Mani stones, high suspension bridges
  • Wide range of flora and fauna
  • Ancient monastery in Tengboche (3,867m / 12,687ft)
  • Wildlife like musk deer, colorful pheasants, snow leopards, and Himalayan Tahrs
  • Highest glacier on Earth- Khumbu Glacier (4,900 m)
  • Amazing panoramic views from Kala Patthar (5,555m)


You will be welcomed by our staff and transferred to your hotel. Our Airport representative will explain the program upon arrival. Overnight at the Hotel.

Accommodation: at 3- star Hotel in Kathmandu
Meals: Dinner and Bed

Maximum Altitude: 1,350m

After our exciting and scenic 40 minutes flight, we will land at the Tenzing Hillary Airport at Lukla. Our journey to EBC, which begins from Lukla, will be very exciting, as it will be our 1st day of the trek. We will leave Lukla and trek through Chaurikharka village and descend to Dudhkoshi Ghat (2,530m / 8,300ft) until we reach Phakding. The trek today will be short and enjoyable as we will also be acclimatizing. We can spend our spare time visiting local monasteries (like Rimishung Monastery) and preparing ourselves for a long trek the next day.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
PlaceLukla – Phakding
Maximum Altitude: 2,610M

(Note: During the peak season, the flight to Lukla happens from Ramechhap Airport (also called Manthali Airport) which takes a 5hr drive from Kathmandu to Manthali and a 15 min flight to Lukla. Due to the heavy air traffic at Kathmandu airport, we must travel to this small airport to fly to Lukla.)

We will wake up in the morning and continue trekking along the northern bank of the Dudh Koshi River while enjoying the majestic views and crossing many suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River, including the Hillary Suspension Bridge. As we move forward, we arrive at the Sagarmatha National Park check post, where we will have our permits registered and then climb up through the dense forests. From this forest, we will catch the first sight of Mt. Everest. Trekking further, we will arrive at Namche Bazaar- the gateway to Everest.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
PlaceNamche Bazaar
Maximum Altitude: 3,440M

It is time to acclimatize at Namche Bazaar itself. We recommend you to explore Namche Bazaar, as this town hosts numerous wifi-linked cafes and restaurants, souvenirs, and gear shops. We have several hiking options – such as visiting Hillary School, Sherpa settlement, Syangboche Airport, and yak farms. If you are passionate about Everest, you should not miss hiking up to Everest View Hotel, from where you can catch the breathtaking views of Mt. Everest.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
PlaceNamche Bazaar – Everest View Point
Maximum Altitude: 3880M

This day we will leave Namche and head to Tengboche. The trail is full of ups and downs and passes through forests, making the trek challenging, but the views you get to enjoy are truly-rewarding. If you are lucky, you might also spot musk deer, pheasants, and Himalayan Thars. Near the end of the trek, you will find yourself descending to Phunki Thenga Village, but after leaving Phunki Thenga, you will be ascending continuously until you reach Tengboche. Tengboche looks like handcrafted natural beauty, which opens up the stunning views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. This day also provides you the chance to see the biggest Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu Region – the Tengboche Monastery. We will be spending the night at Deboche.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Maximum Altitude: 3,860M

After breakfast, we will be heading to Dingboche. On the way, we will be passing many Chortens, mani walls, and several small villages – including Pangboche, from where you can enjoy the stunning views of Mt.Ama Dablam. Throughout the trek, you will be gaining altitude, and as you move nearer to Dingboche, you can see fields surrounded by stone walls to protect crops. In this hostile environment, the locals manage to grow barley, buckwheat, and potatoes this way.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Maximum Altitude: 4410M

It is time for acclimatization, once more. By reaching Dingboche, we will have gained considerable altitude, and our body needs time to adjust to the thin air and high altitude. However, to remain busy, we will be walking up the ridge above Dingboche to get spectacular views of mountains – Ama Dablam, Island Peak, Cho Oyu, & Makalu.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Maximum Altitude: 4410M

The hike begins with breathtaking Himalayan views. As we start our walk, the Himalayas are all around us. At first, the journey is difficult. As we approach Dusa, however, the valley narrows.After that, we follow the first completed Everest Expedition past the encampment. We’ll still be able to glimpse Mt Pumori as we continue walking till the path lowers and twists. Pumori Mountain offers breathtaking vistas. This segment of the trail crosses a river. On the top of the peak, there are numerous multicolored flags and stones. The Remembrance Refuge is what it’s called. There are hundreds of cairn memorials that can be seen there. They are memorials to the mountains that have passed away. We’re going to go again now. We’ll be spending some time there. The path leads to Khumbu’s glacier moraine. Finally, we’ll make it to Lobuche. At the bottom of the summit, Sherpa Lobuche has a tiny village. Stunning mountain vistas will highlight the top of Lobuche. Lobuche has a high-altitude research center.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Maximum Altitude:4,910M

This is an extraordinary day as we will be summiting Base Camp. At first, we will be trekking through the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and arrive at the beautiful Gorak Shep Village – a village surrounded by snow-capped mountains. We leave our belongings at Gorak Shep and hike up to the Base Camp. This is the closest you can ever get to the highest mountain in the world. You will savor the incredible views from EBC, take pictures of the surrounding, reflect on the memories and your achievements, and then head back to Gorak Shep. Along the way, you will also see the deepest glacier in the world – the Khumbu Glacier.

Accommodation: Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Place: Everest Base Camp, Gorakshep
Maximum Altitude: 5,364m/5,185m

We will be waking early in the morning at Gorak Shep and hiking to Kala Patthar to view the sunrise at Mt. Everest and other peaks. Believe us – you have never seen anything as awe-inspiring as the early sunshine covering Mt. Everest anywhere else. After spending some time at the viewpoint, we will trek back to Gorak Shep for breakfast. We will rest for a bit and start our trek to Pheriche, our destination for the day.

Accommodation:Teahouse/guest house
Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Maximum Altitude:5,555m/4240M

After a good night’s sleep at Pheriche, we wake up early in the morning, have breakfast, and then trek down towards Tengboche. Our way passes through the rhododendron forests across the Imja Khola bridge, through the juniper forest, and finally to Tengboche.  The trail takes us through forests full of high-altitude wildlife like pheasants, musk deer, mountain goats, or even snow leopards. Along your path, you will also see numerous prayer flags, chortens, the backside of Lhotse, and Mt. Everest. After arriving at Namche Bazaar, we will head to our lodges and rest as the trek for this day is over.

Accommodation:Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
PlaceNamche Bazaar 

Maximum Altitude:3,440M

Today’s trek will be a short one as we head to Phakding, following the banks of the Dudh Koshi River and crossing many suspension bridges that lie on the way. After passing through several forests and small villages, we will finally reach Phakding.The route is mostly gentle uphill up to Kusum Stream, but before reaching Lukla, the trail heads steeply up to the west and takes us to Toktok. From here, the views will be entirely different, and we will spend some time savoring those views. We will continue until we reach Lukla. This will be our last day of trekking, and we will be resting at Lukla at night

Accommodation:Teahouse/guest house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Place: Lukla
Maximum Altitude:2,850m

This is the last of your trek; after having breakfast, you will be flying back to Kathmandu. The 40-minute flight back to Kathmandu will indeed be a relaxing one. It will provide you some time to appreciate your achievement and fall back on your memories. After arriving in Kathmandu, we will head to our hotels respectively. How you spend the rest of the day is entirely up to you.

Accommodation: at a 3 star Hotel
Meals: Breakfast
Place: Kathmandu
Maximum Altitude: 1400M

Friendship World Treks will be organizing a farewell dinner on this day. You will also be receiving successful trek certificates. It would also serve as an opportunity to let Friendship World Treks know what you loved about the trek, what you hated, and how the experience could have been richer.

On your final day in Nepal, a representative of Friendship World Treks will transfer you to Tribhuvan International Airport for your final departure. Your pick-up time from the hotel will depend on when your flight is scheduled to depart so be sure to make note of the time and be prepared to leave.

Departures & Availability

The set departure dates listed are specially quoted and specified for group joining option. Let us know if the set departure dates are not suitable for you- another dates which are suitable for you can certainly be added by us.

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Start Date Price Availability

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

  • Flight tickets from Kathmandu or Ramechap to Lukla – Kathmandu or Ramechap.
  • 3 Nights Stay at a 3 star Hotel (twin sharing basis) in Kathmandu with Breakfast.
  • Three daily meals with tea/coffee (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
  • Tea house accommodations with the twin sharing room during the trekking.
  • Professional and experienced English-speaking guide.
  • One porter for the two trekkers.
  • Food, Accommodation, Salary, Equipment, Medicines, and insurance for trekking staff (guide and porters).
  • All the necessary permits and entrance fees during the trekking. (National Park Entrance + Municipality Entrance).
  • Farewell dinner at the end of the trek.
  • Trekking maps and Everest Expeditions Nepal appreciation certificate.
  • A medical kit is carried by our trekking guide/leader.
  • All the government taxes and operating charges.
  • Airport Pick-up and Drop Off,
  • Licensed and trained trekking guides,
  • Transportation to and from trail head by Private and Sharing Transport from Kathmandu to Ramechap to Kathmandu to Ramechap)
  • All necessary documents and permits for trekking (where applicable)
  • National Park/Conservation Area entry Permit, Insurance, and
    equipment for the staffs.
  • Coordination of quick Rescue service (Costs covered by your Insurance Plan)
  • Trekking staffs wages etc.
  • Welcome dinner in a Nepali Cultural Dance restaurant in Kathmandu.
  • Trekking Map, T-shirt, and Trekking certificate.
  • Exclusive of Medical Kit Bag
  • All Government and local Taxes.
  • Meals will be Start when your Trek starts.
  • Domestic Flights for Trekking Guide.
  • Trekking Staff Insurance of $10,000 Per Person

Price Excludes

  • Personal trekking equipment.
  • Accommodation & meals due to the cancelled/delayed flights.
  • Extra night accommodations, meals in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure or early return from the trek.
  • Personal expenses (shopping, charging phone, snacks, boiled water, bottled water,  cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, Wi-Fi, etc during the trek).
  • Your travel and rescue insurance, Helicopter rescue, and any kind of insurance-related things.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Tips for guide, porter, and airport pickup and drop (driver) Giving by nature.
  • International Airfares,
  • Travel/Trekking Insurance,
  • Excess baggage charges More than 16kg and hand bag more than 5 kg in domestic flights.
  • Visa fees.
  • Airport Departure Taxes.
  • Drinks (Cold and Alcoholic) Rescue charge..
  • Expenses of Personnel nature and Permit and Liaison officer fee (where Applicable.
  • Meals during stay in the Kathmandu
  • Extra Domestic Ticket.
  • Extra Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • The rest of the expenses that are not mentioned on Cost include.

Gears And Equipment

Guided EBC Tour Package Information


If you have booked an EBC package with us, we will pick you up from the Tribhuvan International Airport on the day of your arrival and transfer you to your hotel in a private vehicle.

When you arrive at the airport, you will find our representative holding a pamphlet with your name and our company name.

They will present you with a Khada or a marigold garland and take you to your hotel. There are plenty of hotels in Kathmandu, and you can choose the hotel that suits your taste.

If you want, we can recommend hotels for you. You just need to share your flight details with us.


Trek start

We conduct an online trek briefing before you come to Nepal to provide important information about the trek. However, we will also conduct a brief in-person briefing in Kathmandu before starting the trip.

During this briefing, we will also check your luggage to ensure you have all the required clothing, gear, and equipment.

The adventure starts with an early morning flight to Lukla, which takes around forty minutes. The trail starts from Lukla and progresses to Phakding on the first day.



This trek package includes 13-night stays at the best available lodges and hotels in the trek regions. All rooms are twin-sharing rooms.

You will stay six nights in rooms with private attached bathrooms at Lukla, Phakding (2 nights), and Namche (3 nights) and seven nights in standard rooms at Tengboche (2 nights), Lobuche, Dingbuche (2 nights), Gorakshep, and Pheriche.

You can enjoy hot showers and Wi-Fi at the hotels/lodges you will be staying by paying a small fee.

You will also need at least two nights of hotel stays in Kathmandu, one before starting the trek and the other after.

However, accommodations and meals in Kathmandu are not included in this package. Kathmandu has a wide range of hotels to fit all tastes and budgets.



The EBC trek is a high-altitude trek that requires a lot of energy. Hence, we will provide you with enough nutritious food in the trek regions.

However, at higher elevations, your food choices will be limited. Our trek package includes standard breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We will provide you with 4 breakfasts, 13 lunches, and 14 dinners during the trek.

Mostly your food choices will include local, Nepali, and Western cuisine. We suggest you try dal, bhat, and tarkari (vegetables).

These food are rich in carbohydrates and provide enough energy for your trek. Due to hygienic concerns, we do not advise you to eat meat.

Please note that the respiration rate at higher altitudes is higher. Hence you will need to take more fluid. We advise you to take green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup (must).

We highly encourage you to avoid dairy (including cheese). Experts also advise you not to consume alcoholic drinks, caffeinated items, and hot chocolates.



We advise you to carry only the basic things to the trek. Please use the above packing list while packing. You will be sharing a porter with another trekker. The porter will not carry more than 18 kg of luggage. So, your luggage weight limit is 9-kg.

We advise you to pack your luggage and your trek partner’s luggage in a duffle bag (preferably waterproof) with a capacity of over sixty liters. You can store your excess luggage at your hotel or the Friendship World Trek store for free.


Typical day

Every trek day, you will enjoy the scenery, take photos, try new dishes, and explore the local villages.

Our qualified expert Sherpas will share your information about the places as you trek.  Porters will carry most of your luggage, but we expect you to carry a small regular bag for your valuables and important documents.

After breakfast, you will set off on that day’s walk around 7 to 8 am, depending on the duration and nature of the trek. After trekking for three to four hours, you will have lunch and then rest for an hour before continuing.

The afternoon walk will be shorter – about two to three hours. Once you reach the overnight lodge/tea house, you can enjoy the snacks, and afterward, you are free to explore nearby places.

We serve dinner around 6 to 7 pm. After dinner, you get time for friendly conversations. Your trek leader/guide will brief you about the next day’s plan.

After the briefing, you can play board games like Monopoly and Cards or watch available mountaineering documentaries. Most guests also learn common Nepali words from our crew members or read books before sleeping.


Electricity and water

You can recharge your camera and mobile at an extra cost in the lodges as electricity is readily available. Similarly, you can buy packed mineral water on your way. However, we suggest you carry a water bottle and buy boiled water instead.

This will ensure that you will not leave plastic bottles in trek regions. If you need, we can also provide water purification pills. We suggest you not drink water from rivers or taps, as the water might not be hygienic.



The tea houses/lodges in the trek region have internet, and you can use Wi-Fi at those places to remain in contact with your friends, family, and colleagues.

At higher trek regions, we use cell phones to communicate and Friendship World Trek’s head office remains in contact with their trek teams at least once a day. If you want, you can buy a local sim card in Kathmandu.



In Nepali culture, a tip is an honored way to say thank you (Dhanyabad) for good service. We advise you to tip collectively as a group at the end of the trek (for the guide and the porters).

The tip amount is entirely a personal preference that may depend more or less on your perception of service quality, length of trip, budget, and appreciation of their work.


Trek End

With rare exceptions (mainly due to weather), we will fly you from Lukla back to Kathmandu early in the morning on the fourteenth day and take you to your hotel. You can choose to spend your remaining day as you wish. Later in the evening, we will organize a farewell dinner in Kathmandu.



After completing the trip, we will organize a farewell dinner, during which we will present you with a printed certificate mentioning your trek achievement. We would highly appreciate it if you would give us feedback.

This will help us improve our services for future travelers/trekkers. If you are happy about your trip, we encourage you to leave us feedback on travel portals.


Useful Info

The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu may get delayed due to the weather.

In such cases, we reschedule these flights to the next available flight. So, we suggest our clients add at least 2 extra days as a cushion to the trip to avoid international flight delays back to their home country.

In case of flight delays, if you want, we can arrange a helicopter for an additional cost of approximately USD 500-1000. During busy trek seasons, the flights to and from Lukla can take place from Manthali, Ramechhap, instead of Kathmandu.

The itinerary listed above is a general guideline and may be modified in rare cases due to factors beyond our control – including but not limited to unstable weather, unavailability of lodging or campsites, unforeseen governmental decrees, trail, and ecological conditions.


Trip extension

After completing the trek, you may want to stay a couple of days extra in Nepal. There are many beautiful and adventurous places in Nepal.

You can spend your time in various ways, such as sightseeing in Kathmandu, Nagarkot View Trip, Chitwan Jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, and canoeing before flying back.



If you share your flight details on your departure date, we will pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to Tribhuvan International Airport.  We hope you enjoyed your trek and you will be back for more exciting treks.

Trek season

The best season for an EBC trek is spring (March, April, May) or autumn (September, October, November).

The temperature in the high trek regions is just right, the skies are clear, and the snow peaks look magnificent during these seasons. In the high trek regions, during spring, the temperature can reach 20°C during the day and fall back to -5°C at night.

Similarly, during autumn, the temperatures at high trek elevations can reach 25°C during the day and drop to -10°C at night. Most Nepali festivals fall during autumn. Hence, if you want to enjoy the festivities, trek in autumn.

Treks are also possible in summer (June, July, August)  and winter (December, January, February)  but the summer in Nepal coincides with monsoon, bringing in a lot of rain in lower trek regions.

The monsoon clouds can hide the mountains, and the flights to Lukla can be postponed. Moreover, the monsoon rain can make the trials wet and slippery. The summer temperatures at high altitudes can range from 27°C at daytime to 5°C at night.

In winter, the heavy snow in high trek regions can cover the trails, and the temperatures can drop quite low. At high altitudes, the temperatures at night can drop to -20°C, while the days are a bit warmer and can reach up to 15°C.

Please note that weather in high elevations can change abruptly.

Trek difficulty

Everest Base Camp is a challenging but equally rewarding trek. Hence, you will require a few weeks of mental and physical preparation. Exercising and jogging regularly for a few weeks before the trip helps build stamina.

Novice trekkers with normal fitness levels can complete this trek. However, the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the trek. Past hiking experience would be an added advantage, but no technical experience and skills are necessary.

If you can hike 4 to 6 hours a day at a reasonable pace with a light day pack, you should be able to complete the trek.

Trekkers with pre-existing medical conditions, such as heart, lung, and blood diseases, must consult their physician before booking the trek.

Trek safety

Friendship World Trek guarantees client safety, security, and satisfaction. Your safety is of the utmost importance to us.

We carry necessary standard gear, equipment, and first aid kits for each trip to keep everyone safe. Our guides have taken extensive first aid training.

If a trekker falls sick, we will decide how to proceed with the trek by assessing the situation while keeping everyone’s safety in mind.

In an emergency, after consulting your insurance company, we will arrange helicopter rescue.  We will trek as a team for an added safety layer, and it avoids getting lost in hostile terrains.

Avoiding altitude sickness

Altitude Sickness, also called Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), cannot be prevented, but you can minimize the chances. Here are some tips to avoid altitude sickness:

  • Ascend slowly at your own pace
  • Take acclimatization days
  • Stay well-hydrated
  • Eat light and nutritious meals
  • Avoid alcohol and tobacco

Listen to your body, and if you feel symptoms like headache, nausea, or dizziness, tell your guide. They will decide the best course of action, including descending rights away to arranging a helicopter rescue in coordination with your travel insurance.

FWT team

Our well-trained and experienced guides/Sherpas will accompany you throughout the trek to make your journey joyful and memorable.

All our guides are well-trained government-licensed and have spent years trekking/climbing peaks. They are trained in intensive wilderness first aid, conservation and biodiversity, and rock climbing.

Our crew members come from the high Himalayas. They have high endurance and are well-adapted to living at high altitudes.

All of our staff members are very valuable to us, they are well-paid, and we take care of their insurance, clothing, food, and lodging throughout the expedition/trek.

Porters will carry most of your luggage. Two people will be assigned one porter, and combined luggage should be at most 18 kg. If required, we can also arrange one porter per person.

All our guides and porters receive medical care when ill or injured. We provide them with basic accommodation, food, and warm drinks and ensure that all our staff members are happy as we believe that only a happy person can make others happy.


Everest Base Camp Trek Route Map



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