Searching For the best Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary and package? Many travelers desire to view Mt. Everest up-close and no one knows it’s better with Mission Himalayas Treks. This trail itinerary has been meticulously planned out for your comfort. Visitors without proper acclimatization prior to higher altitudes can be able to ascend the base camp using our proper acclimatization technique of a friendly itinerary.
Trekkers can observe the legendary Himalayas such as Amadablam, Lhotse, Pumori, Cholatse, and Tabuche in addition to the beautiful Sagarmatha also called Chomolungma. At a height of 5545 meters, trekkers can observe the sunrise over the mountains and climb the 5545 meters Kalapatthar and Nagsarkang hills in the middle of Everest territory. You will encounter the harsh elements of the highlands, including the breath of glaciers, a shortage of oxygen, and abrupt temperature changes. Encounter Tyangboche, Khumjung, Namche, and Dingboche, four of the Everest trek’s most well-known locations. View the ancient, beautiful temples of the Kathmandu Valley.
The trail is rightfully regarded as one of the world’s top 10 most stunning trekking routes. You can forget about your daily issues, lose yourself in meditative peace, and find harmony with the natural world by focusing on your impressions and emotions.
Only in Nepal, a country of opposites and erratic magnetism is this feasible. Do not accept? Apply, and then let’s encounter! You can find anything you’re seeking in Nepal, whether it’s a mental reset, a new culture, or the beauty of the mountains. Decide to book trek of Everest Base Camp trek.
You can see this undiscovered treasure of the Himalayas as part of an Everest Trek package. The Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary may last between 8 and 25 days.
Traditional Everest Base Camp Trek Route:
Kathmandu – Lukla – Phakding – Namchebazaar – acclimatization in Namche Bazaar(Khumjung Khunde and Everest View hotel Hike)- Tengboche – Dingboche – Acclimatization in Dingboche (Nankartshang (5083 m) – Lobuche – Gorakshep – Everest Base Camp (5364 m) – Gorakshep – Hike at Kala Patthar ( 5555 m) – Pheriche – Pangboche – Tyangboche – Namche – Phakding – Lukla – Kathmandu valley – Departure.
Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Itinerary:
Day 1. Arrival in Nepal
After arriving at Tribhuvan airport and waiting 15 to 20 minutes for your visa to be processed, your trek leader or a representative from our local office will meet you there. The streets of Nepal’s capital are utter pandemonium, with a lot of noise. We meet our trekkers because it is challenging to navigate this place on your own. The Thamel neighborhood of the city is where our favorite rooftop terrace hotel is situated. Everything is present in the neighborhood, including attractions, dining options, gift shops, and equipment stores. We’ll go for a walk in the evening and eat somewhere. The instructor will answer all of your questions about the trip after dinner and provide information on the nation, the Himalayas, customs, and costs.
Day 2. Flight to Lukla and Trek to Monju
The first lasting impression will be the flight:) The Himal Mountains are visible from the window, and the landing strip is one of the world’s most hazardous. We travel to Phakding village from Lukla (2810 m above sea level). A beautiful stream is brought to the shore by the trail as it ascends through the woodland. We will go across the Ghat range and Kusum Kangra’s (6367 m) mountains, two notable areas of untamed nature. Monjo, the entrance to the national Sagarmatha park, is our next stop. A stunning waterfall and several tiny Nepalese villages are clustered around the Dudh Koshi river. The track is hidden by lush stands of rhododendron and magnolia trees. Additionally, Himalayan Tahr, musk deer, a rare and valuable species, is found in this area. The first lodge is waiting for us amid this beauty.
Day 3. Namche Bazaar Day
The magnificent confluence of two rivers is where the settlement of Monjo, which borders Sagarmatha Park, is situated. The spectacular Nepalese suspension bridges line the trail, which meanders between the banks. We will ascend a narrow hill from which we will first be able to glimpse Chomolungma. We can’t believe we will be in her base camp so soon. We begin the ascent to Namche Bazaar after lunch. It is situated between the towering peaks of Kongde Ri (6187m) and Thamserku, above the narrow gorge of the Bote Kosi River (6623m). Let’s take in some of the wonderful attractions. We have dinner and then go to bed at night.
Day 4. Getting acclimatized. Khumjung and Yeti Skull encounter
We take a stroll through Namche Bazaar’s area while also undergoing the initial stage of acclimatization. Let’s visit the monastery in the 3780-meter-high town of Khumjung. It is renowned for containing a bigfoot scalp. For doubters, a stunning view of Ama Dablam is available from here.
On the way home, we’ll stop by the Edmund Hillary School and the Sagarmatha National Park Museum. The well-known observation platform with a stunning view of Everest is close by. As is customary, we will descend over Namche in the evening to take in the sunset and shoot stunning pictures of the nighttime mountain village.
Day 5. Trek to Tyangboche
Following a satisfying breakfast, we set out on the tour. We gaze at the scenery and the enormous, mighty boulders while fully absorbing the fresh mountain air. We traverse the vast Dudh Kosi gorge, beneath which snow-capped peaks loom. We will witness Mount Khumbila and Tengboche Monastery, two Sherpa shrines, as we ascend to Tengboche (Tyangboche). In front of Ama Dablam, let’s observe the elegant monastery gates with dragons. Let’s enter and observe a peculiar puja service. And in Buddhism and Hinduism, rati puja denotes the adoration of a deity and is followed by the offering of fruits, flowers, and fire to him. A wonderful chance to enlist the aid of the gods while traveling! We make a supper break and stay the night at the teahouses.
Day 6. Dingboche
We keep on walking until we reach Everest Base Camp. Rhododendron groves will soon be replaced by a true alpine desert as of today. And they went to the Pangboche village. The monks of Khumbu, the oldest and highest-situated monastery in Nepal, have lived here for many generations. Before ascending Everest, all climbers go there to seek the gods’ blessings. Just in case, let’s leave.) The location is also ancient, holy, and stunning. After a few more hours of driving, we arrive in Dingboche (4360 m). While enjoying a cup of aromatic masala tea on the lodge’s terrace in the evening, we will linger there and take in the stunning views of Ama Dablam, Island Peak, and Lhotse.
Day 7. Climbing Nagsartshang hill
We will officially cross the 5000-meter threshold today! We will also acclimatize as without it we cannot ascend to the base of Everest. We carefully ascend the authentic Himalayan mountain while carrying only the bare necessities in our little backpacks. Numerous Buddhist stupas and tours left by our forebears can be found along the path. Ama Dablam, one of the Khumbu region’s most spectacular mountains, and the glacial lake at its base can be seen in stunning detail from the summit of Nankartshang (5073 m). Following admiration and photo-taking, we descend, stroll, and unwind.
Day 8. Trek to Thukla and Lobuche
After adjusting, we retrace our steps along the path. At a height of 4340 meters, the Phalung Karpo valley is traversed during the trek to Everest base camp. The intended stop is at 4600 meters above sea level in Dugla. There are a number of temporary shelters here, the stunning alpine lake Cholatze is close by and is tucked away among the imposing and hard rocks, and the Tavagi and Ama Dablam mountains can be seen in stunning detail all around. Your breath will literally be taken away by these locations’ splendor.
The Khumbu Glacier, which has been hanging from Chomolungma for millions of years, will be the spectacle’s grand finale. In Lobuche, we ascend to a height of 4930 meters, relax into a genuine loggia, and then take a short route to the Italian research station. Although it is possible to spend the night there, we do not advise it because there are too many visitors and no authentic local flavor.
Day 9. Treks to Everest base Camp back to Gorakshep
The anticipated morning has arrived! We get up at night and head to the settlement close to Gorak-Shep (5160 m). We leave our belongings in the loggia and travel lightly beyond. The shortage of oxygen and low pressure are already having an impact at an altitude of 5335 meters. But we’ll endure some discomfort in pursuit of a dream, right? And now the fundamentals! What can I say about it? Just look at the joyful expressions on our visitors’ faces in the picture!
BLE is practically a holy site for everyone who loves the highlands. We visit Gorak Shep to commemorate, appreciate, and take pictures. But because I have to rise early the following day, it won’t take long. We have yet to witness the sunrise above Everest.
Day 10. Hike Kalapatthar and Back to Pheriche
Today, we’ll ascend Mount Kala Patthar, which is the highest point on our journey (5643 m). From here, we can enjoy breathtaking views of the Ama-Dablam, Cholatze, Kantega, Pumori, and Nuptse peaks. Sagarmatha is also known as Chomolungma in the Tibetan Language. A time of triumph, harmony, and magnificence.
Although the objectives have been met, the path has not yet been fully traveled; it is now time to descend. We’ll pause in Pheriche. An extraordinary amount of yaks, or local bulls, still remember it. And it offers a clear view of Ama Dablam’s summit. We’ll spend the night here.
Day 11. Trekking back to Namche Bazaar
We pass the well-known Tyangboche monastery as we gradually descend lower and lower into the kingdom of green rhododendrons. The vistas of the mountains are seen in a whole different way when you descend))) We adore the photos and are in fantastic health; our mountain sickness is no longer an issue. Spend the night in Namche Bazaar.
Day 12. Trek back to Hillary Airport Lukla
As we descend, we take in the stunning scenery of the Himalayas, which we will soon have to leave behind. Let’s take one more look from a well-known vantage point at the Top of the World. We arrive at Lukla, where we will spend our final amazing night and be sure to enjoy a joyful feast. It is here that you will probably discover how much the Nepalese like dancing.
Day 13. Flight to Kathmandu afternoon relax
We take off for the capital early in the morning and arrive in time to see the sunrise. A little depressing, but ahead is a much-needed break. We unwind in the city. Since the walk to the base camp is a big undertaking, we deserved and. We explore the splendors of pre-modern stupa construction in Nepal and participate in the chaotic pace of daily life with its unusual rituals, foods, and customs.
Day 14. Durbar Square, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, and Swayambhunath tour and departure:
We’ll go to some of the capital’s well-known and unforgettable locations. We start with Pashupatinath Temple. Every sincere Hindu imagines passing away here. Let’s look at the Boudhanath stupa, another Tibetan monument. It is well known for the fact that the Buddha may be seen gazing out in all directions from its base. And a 13-step spire serves as its crown. The number 13 was intentionally chosen to represent the number of levels that must be passed in order to reach Nirvana.
After that, we visit Swayambhunath, also known as the Temple of the Monkeys, whose original name was given by macaques that lived in the temple grove. The hill’s summit is occupied by Swayambhunath. You must navigate 365 steps to get there. They each refer to a different day of the year. A Buddhist stupa that is 2500 years old stands in the middle of the temple square! Markets, street food, motorcycle trips, various shops—there is always something to do in this city;).
The journey to Everest base camp is concluded. Having been immersed in the environment of high mountains and Buddhist harmony with the world, those who do not stay on a visit to another city can fly home. You can be certain that this nation, these mountains, and these people will make a dazzling and sincere impression on our hearts. It is impossible to forget such a journey.
Rapid Everest Base Camp Trek packages:
One of the best mountain treks is the one that leads to Nepal’s Everest South Base Camp, and for good reason. We will work with you to make your dream of viewing Chomolungma, the queen of all peaks, a reality if you have a strong passion for mountain climbing or mountaineering. Become a part of our Everest Trekking + Gokyo Lakes. There is a short trek to the BLE for those who don’t have the time or the confidence. We cordially invite you to see the breathtaking “Roof of the World” firsthand!
Rapid Everest Base camp trek itinerary:
Day 1. Arrival in Kathmandu.
Day 2. Flight to Lukla and Trek to Monju.
Day 3. Trek to Namche and Hike to Everest view hotel.
Day 4. Trek to Pangboche via Tyangboche.
Day 5. Trek to Dingboche and Hike to Nagsarkang.
Day 6. Trek to Lobuche.
Day 7. Trek to Everest Base camp and Back to Gorakshep.
Day 8. Hike to Kalapatthar and back to Gorakshep for breakfast. trek Back to Pheriche
Day 9. Trek to Namche.
Day 10. Trek to Lukla.
Day 11. Flight to Kathmandu.
Day 12. Departure.
Everest Base Camp Trekking return by Helicopter packages:
You may get up close and personal with the enormous rocks that nature’s inventiveness has produced by hiking to the base camp of Everest, the highest mountain in the world. You must travel to Nepal, a land of vibrant colors, expansive valleys, and towering mountains that make you bow your head in awe. This is where 8 of the 14 eight-thousanders are.
Although the climb to Everest Base Camp is not difficult, it does require strong physical condition and health. The camp is located at a height of 5340 meters, from which a stunning view of Everest and the surrounding mountains opens. Of course, there are other, more challenging mountains in the Himalayas, including the unconquerable Kanchenjunga or the “black snowless behemoth” Makalu, but for outdoor enthusiasts, climbing Everest has always been the ultimate goal. Everyone is invited to take part in a special journey to Everest Base Camp by the firm ClimbingBrothers. enthusiasts. Everyone is invited to take part in a special journey to Everest Base Camp by the firm Climbing Brothers.
EBC Trekking and Helicopter Return Itinerary:
Day 1. Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2. Flight to Lukla and Trek to Monju.
Day 3. Trek to Namche
Day 4. Hike to Everest view hotel.
Day 5. Trek to Pangboche via Tyangboche.
Day 6. Trek to Dingboche
Day 7. Hike to Nagsarkang.
Day 8. Trek to Lobuche.
Day 9. Trek to Everest Base camp and Back to Gorakshep.
Day 10. Hike to Kalapatthar and back to Gorakshep for breakfast. flight back to Kathmandu by helicopter
Day 11. Departure.
Gokyo Lake and Everest Base Camp Trek Packages.
The Gokyo lakes are on the left road to Everest Base Camp. Perhaps the best place to start when planning a hike is by selecting a region, a nation, and a route. Since this was intended to be the trekkers’ first trip, they took their time deciding exactly where they wanted to go because they were unsure if they would enjoy this style of holiday and travel.
Trekkers debated between the alps and Everest treks after checking many websites and reading about the routes. You decided on Everest based on the advice of your friends and an inner feeling, probably because Nepal is farther away from Europe and America (the farther away from home, the more intriguing the trip), or perhaps because saying “you were near Everest” sounds more impressive.
You decided to choose the “Base Camp across the Gokyo Lakes,” which is labeled with a “high” level but requires no special equipment, to test yourself a little on one of the courses. Purchasing airline tickets to Kathmandu was an essential action. The group’s organizer and local guide purchased tickets for everyone on the domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and returned.
Cho la Pass and EBC Trekking Itinerary:
Day 1. Arrival Kathmandu.
Day 2. Flight to Lukla And Trek to Monju.
Day 3. Trek from Monju to Namche.
Day 4. Rest Day in Namche(hike to Everest View Hotel)
Day 5. Trek to Dole.
Day 6. Trek to Machhermo.
Day 7. Trek to Gokyo. Hike to Gokyo RI for Sunset.
Day 8. Hike to Cho-Oyu Base camp or trek to Thaknak.
Day 9. Trek to Dzongla via Chola pass.
Day 10. Trek to Lobuche or Pyramid.
Day 11. Trek to Gorakshep and hike to EBC.
Day 12. Hike to Kalapatthar and trek back to Pheriche.
Day 13. Trek to Namche.
Day 14. Trek to Lukla.
Day 15. Flight to Kathmandu
Day 16. Departure.
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Everest Base Camp Trek Best Itinerary and Package Conclusion:
From the above itinerary and package, we will conclude that for beginner trekkers the 11 days trek to Everest Base camp trek and return by helicopter is the best package but a bit costly due to the helicopter flight. If they like to trek the whole trip to the Everest Base Camp, the traditional package of 14 days is suitable. But the hikers who have past experience in higher elevations will warmly request to choose the Everest Base camp Trek via Cho la pass and Gokyo lakes.