Trip Facts
durationTrip Duration 17 Days
regionRegion Everest Treks
countryCountry Nepal
groupsizeGroup Size 2 person Minimum
arrivalArrival On Kathmandu
departureDeparture From Kathmandu
seasonBest Season Spring, Autumn
altitudeMax Altitude 5555M
moderate-icon Moderate level treks usually above 7 days. Altitude can reach 5000 meters with 5-6 hrs of hike per day. Moderate refers to neither easy walk nor tough. High altitude may matter on walking speed and distance. Acclimatization may be required. Trip Grade Moderate
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Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Overview

Are you one of those individuals who experience fear or apprehension when it comes to air travel? However, despite your concerns, do you still have a strong desire to embark on a journey to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of Mt. Everest up close? If so, then the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road presents itself as an exceptional choice for you. This recently introduced package provides the opportunity to reach the foothills of the world’s tallest snow-covered peak without having to take a flight. We invite you to join us at Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions Pvt. Ltd. and secure your spot today.

Our 17-day expedition eliminates the need for air travel to Lukla, ensuring that trekkers are free from concerns related to inclement weather or unexpected itinerary alterations. By traversing this route on foot, trekkers have the opportunity to engage in meaningful interactions with the residents of the lower villages in the Solu-Khumbu district. This allows for a richer cultural experience along the way.

In this region, travelers can observe a distinct way of life among the Sherpa ethnic groups compared to the upper Khumbu areas. As a result, while the journey showcases cultural scenes involving the same ethnic groups, it also provides an opportunity to experience slightly different ways of life.

Additionally, the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road commences with a picturesque drive from Kathmandu to Ringmo via Phaplu. Although it is a lengthy journey, trekkers should be prepared to travel comfortably in a four-wheeled vehicle.

Embarking on the adventurous trails of Takshindo, the journey progresses through Khari Khola and Puiyan, eventually arriving at Phakding and Namche. From there, we follow the well-known route to the Everest Base Camp.

Road Trekking to Everest
Road Trekking to Everest

This remarkable expedition allows for the exploration of Sherpa communities and magnificent monasteries, all while marveling at the majestic peaks. It is an opportunity to immerse oneself in the tranquility of the surroundings and create indelible memories.

The path we traverse follows the narrow canyons and lively white rivers of the region. Witnessing the serene beauty of the pastures and terraced farms nestled beneath towering snow-capped mountains, this trek offers a chance to savor the breathtaking scenery.

Overall, this trek is a delightful experience, uncovering hidden aspects of Everest that might otherwise go unnoticed. The panoramic views of the mountain peaks will consistently leave you in awe at every turn of the path.

Trip Highlights:

  • Experience a captivating journey to and from Ringmo in a private 4WD JEEP, immersing yourself in breathtaking scenery.
  • Embark on an exploration of the lesser-known Sherpa communities nestled in the lower Everest region, relishing their untouched charm. Delight in the tranquility of traffic-free trails leading to Phakding.
  • Traverse the awe-inspiring Sagarmatha National Park, recognized as a UNESCO site, and encounter its diverse wildlife.
  • Indulge in the mesmerizing sunset vistas while nestled in the splendid Kongde Village, surrounded by majestic mountains. Marvel at the beauty of Namche Bazaar and its enchanting Tengboche monastery, alongside other charming Sherpa villages.
  • Marvel at the grandeur of the Everest massif from Everest Base Camp, taking in its remarkable splendor.
  • Bear witness to the magnificence of the world's highest glacier, the Khumbu Glacier.
  • Bask in the glorious sunrise from Kala Patthar, and be captivated by the panoramic views of majestic mountains like Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, and Mt. Nuptse.

Challenges Faced on the Road Trip to Mount Everest

Embarking on a journey to reach Everest Base Camp necessitates a strong level of physical and mental fitness. The trail, spanning over 130 kilometers, is characterized by high altitudes and steep terrain, making it a moderately to highly challenging trek in terms of weather, altitude, duration, physical endurance, and path difficulty.

One of the notable obstacles encountered during high-altitude treks like this is altitude sickness. However, trekking via road offers certain advantages in managing altitude sickness, as the slower ascent allows for better acclimatization. Travelers are advised to be mentally and physically prepared for this trek, despite the reduced impact of altitude sickness.

While professional athleticism is not a prerequisite, the trek can be quite demanding for individuals who are relatively new to strenuous walking. Prior experience traversing uneven terrains can be beneficial. The difficulty level of this trek can be particularly intense for those who are not physically fit. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to engage in basic exercise routines to enhance stamina and endurance.

In conclusion, the road trip to Everest presents a myriad of challenges, necessitating adequate physical preparation and mental readiness. The demanding nature of the trek should not be underestimated, and individuals should take necessary measures to ensure a safe and successful journey.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Itinerary

Walking Hours: 30 Minutes Driving

Meals Included: Welcome Dinner

Accommodation: 3 Star Standard Hotel

Max. Altitude: 1350 Meter

Upon your arrival at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be warmly welcomed by a representative from Mission Himalaya Treks.

The representative will assist you and accompany you to your designated hotel. Once there, we will gather for a brief meeting to discuss the itinerary and address any questions or concerns you may have. The remainder of the day is free for you to relax and enjoy at your leisure.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Walking Hours: Anticipating a travel duration of 11-12 hours.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea house

Max. Altitude: 2,005M

Embarking on our journey to Jubing, we will initiate the 4WD drive early in the morning today. The duration of the journey is estimated to be around 11-12 hours, contingent upon traffic conditions and the state of the roads. The initial stretch of the route up to Salleri features well-maintained concrete pavement, consuming approximately 8 to 9 hours of travel time.

However, the subsequent leg from Salleri to Jubing involves navigating a dirt road, characterized by a bumpy ride lasting approximately 3 to 4 hours. It’s important to note that this particular section is susceptible to the impacts of the monsoon, making it accessible only during dry seasons for vehicular movement.

Throughout our extensive drive amidst the Himalayan foothills, we can anticipate being treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Walking Hours: 6 to 7 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea houses or Lodges

Max. Altitude: 2765 Meter

Starting from Jubing village, the journey to Paiyun takes approximately seven hours on foot. Descending towards the Dudh Koshi River, the trail undulates with a mixture of uphill and downhill sections.

En route, you will be treated to magnificent views of prominent mountain peaks, including Numbur, Pikey, and others, adding to the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the surroundings.

Walking Hours: 6 and half hours trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast , Lunch, And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 2652m/8699ft

Today’s journey takes us to Phakding, marking our initial destination within the established trekking route.

Our path commences by traversing a ridge situated at 2800 meters, gradually descending to a hill leading us to Surke. Subsequently, we will follow a route guiding us toward Phakding.

The trekking trail presents a more level terrain, winding along the contours of the valley through lush and fragrant mossy woodlands. As you traverse, the path unfolds, cut deeply into the rocky side of the valley, occasionally accompanied by the presence of mule caravans.

Reaching the summit of the impervious valley slope, the trail reunites with the Dudh Koshi River Valley, offering captivating views of the flowing river below.

Walking Hours: 5 to 6 hours trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 3442 Meter

Departing from the dwellings of Phakding, our journey unfolds along a trail leading to Jorsale, eventually guiding us to Monjo—a picturesque Sherpa hamlet.

Today’s primary destination is Namche Bazaar, and our path encompasses a traverse through Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo. The park’s forests are habitat to endangered species like the Snow Leopard and the Himalayan Thar. The trek promises awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas, framed by the beauty of pine and cedar forests.

After a challenging ascent in elevation, we will finally reach Namche Bazaar, a bustling town nestled in the heart of the Himalayas.

Walking Hours: 3 to 4 hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 3880 Meter

Today marks a day of rest, affording you the opportunity to explore the attractions surrounding Namche Bazaar or to simply unwind in a café, savoring a cup of warm coffee while engrossed in a book or journal.

For those inclined towards activity, a visit to Syangboche Airport is an option. Situated at an altitude of 3700 meters, it stands as one of the world’s highest airports. The airstrip offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan hamlet and its towering peaks.

Consider embarking on a hike to Everest View Hotel, where you can indulge in a delightful warm tea or coffee while relishing the superb scenery of the area.

Cap off the day with a visit to the Sherpa Culture Museum, an excellent opportunity to delve deeper into the rich heritage of the region and its significant inhabitants.

Walking Hours: 5 to 6 hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 3860m/12660ft

As we embark on our expedition to the Dudh Koshi valley at Pungki Thanka, we bid farewell to Namche and commence our journey towards the enchanting village of Tengboche.

Tengboche village is home to the magnificent Tengboche monastery, offering breathtaking vistas of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and a multitude of other majestic peaks. Renowned as the largest monastery in the Khumbu region, it holds the esteemed title of being the spiritual nucleus of the area.

While Namche serves as the bustling hub of commerce in the region, the Tengboche Monastery stands as the sacred essence of Khumbu. Referred to also as the Dawa Choling Gompa, its hillsides are resplendent with the vibrant hues of rhododendrons during the spring season.

Walking Hours: 5 Hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 4410m/14464ft

Our journey continues towards Dingboche village, which is often referred to as the Summer Valley. To reach it, we cross the suspension bridge that spans over the Imja Khola.

As we ascend the modest ridges that overlook the Sherpa villages, we eventually arrive at Dingboche. Along the trek, you will be treated to awe-inspiring views of the magnificent Lhotse and the majestic Ama Dablam, which will serve as constant companions throughout our adventure.

Walking Hours: 5 to 6 Hours Hiking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 5083M

Today marks the second day dedicated to acclimatization during our trek. This crucial day allows trekkers the freedom to utilize it as they wish, with the primary purpose of aiding adjustment to the increasing altitude. Engaging in light activities such as short hikes is highly recommended.

One option is to embark on a scenic walk to Nagerjun, nestled just above Dingboche on the outskirts of Chhukung valley. This picturesque location offers breathtaking panoramic views, including the awe-inspiring sights of Lobuche East (6119m), Lobuche West (6145m), Kangtega (6685m), Taboche Peak (6367m), Thamserku (6608m), and Ama Dablam (6856m). Additionally, the vantage point provides glimpses of the stunning Pheriche valley. After soaking in the magnificent vistas from the Nagerjun valley, we descend back to Dingboche, cherishing the memories of this remarkable experience.

Walking Hours: 5 to 6 hours Trekking

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Tea Houses

Max. Altitude: 4910m/16105ft

Our day begins with a gradual ascent towards Thukla, where the landscape undergoes a noticeable transformation, becoming sparser and more desolate, with only alpine scrubs adorning the trail.

As we progress, the path becomes more demanding, featuring a steep uphill climb over the Khumbu Glacier moraine. Upon conquering the steep ridge, we reach the summit of Thukla Pass. Here, one will encounter numerous stone shrines erected in memory of fallen climbers.

Continuing beyond the pass, we traverse grassy valleys and rocky terrain until we reach Lobuche. This village is characterized solely by teahouses, lacking any permanent settlements. It nestles within a narrow meadow, sandwiched between the imposing Lobuche Peak and the Khumbu Glacier. From the teahouse, a captivating view of Taboche and Nuptse towering above awaits.

In the evening, you have the option to embark on a short hike to the narrow gap between the moraine and the mountain wall, granting a glimpse of the majestic Khumbu Glacier.

Walking Hours: 8 to 9 Hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 5364m/17594ft

Distance: 14 to 15 Kilometer

After a few hours of traversing this arduous trail, you will finally reach Gorak Shep. Take a moment to rest and unload your backpack before embarking on the journey towards Everest Base Camp. As you make your way, you will encounter several small streams and glacial moraines, walking parallel to the majestic Khumbu Glacier.

The Khumbu Glacier presents a lunar-like landscape, adorned with gray boulders, icy formations, and small craters. After approximately two hours, you will find yourself standing at the foothills of the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest.

Upon arriving at Everest Base Camp, you can revel in the accomplishment alongside your trekking guide and fellow team members. From this vantage point, you will be greeted by a breathtaking panorama, including the awe-inspiring Khumbu Icefall, Khumbu Glacier, Nuptse, Pumori, Khumbutse, and a glimpse of Everest.

After celebrating and savoring the well-deserved view, you will make your way back to the barren terrain of Gorak Shep, where you will spend the night.

Walking Hours: 8 Hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 5545m/11283ft

Distance: 13 to 14 Kilometer

Situated at an impressive altitude of 5,545 meters, Kala Patthar stands as the highest point of this trek. Upon reaching its summit, you will be treated to the mesmerizing spectacle of a sunrise over the Himalayas. A panoramic 360-degree view will unfold before you, showcasing the world’s tallest peaks, including Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Pumori, and more.

After witnessing the majestic sunrise, you will descend to Gorak Shep for a well-deserved breakfast. From there, the journey continues as you make your way towards Pheriche, traversing the rugged trail that passes through Lobuche and Thukla Pass.

Upon descending the ridge of Thukla Pass, you will cross a brief bridge spanning a glacial stream, eventually arriving at the charming settlement of Pheriche. This small village is surrounded by hotels, teahouses, and expansive yak pastures. Notably, it is also home to the Himalayan Rescue Association Clinic, a voluntary non-profit establishment that serves as a vital rescue station for trekkers and mountaineers in the Himalayas.

Walking Hours: 7 to 9 Hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 5545m/11283ft

Distance: 14 to 15 Kilometers

The majority of the day will be spent trekking through thick rhododendron and juniper forests, creating a serene and picturesque atmosphere. Along this enchanting path, you may be fortunate enough to catch glimpses of rare wildlife, such as Himalayan griffons, wild goats, musk deer, and various species of pheasants.

As you continue your journey, you will pass through several charming villages, including Tengboche and Phunki Tenga. Upon reaching Phunki Tenga, the trail takes a steep uphill turn. The ascent lasts approximately an hour, leading you back to the Dudh Koshi River. To cross the river, a small suspension bridge awaits, guiding you to Kyangjuma village.

This quaint community serves as a meeting point for three renowned trails of the Everest region: Namche Bazaar, Gokyo Valley, and Khumjung Village. From here, you will follow the trail that leads to Namche Bazaar, where you will spend the night, enjoying the warmth and comfort of your accommodations.

Walking Hours: 7 to 8 Hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 2535 Meter

Our descent takes us to Surke Village, as we make our way past several other villages along the trail, including Jorsale, Monjo Village, and Phakding.

Walking Hours: 5 to 7 hours

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Accommodation: Teahouses

Max. Altitude: 5-6 hours

We retrace our steps and trek back to Jubing, marking the end of our journey.

Walking Hours: 11 to 12 hours driving

Meals Included: Breakfast And Lunch

Accommodation: 3 star Standard Hotel

Max. Altitude: 1350 Meter

We board the awaiting vehicle that will transport us back to Kathmandu.

Walking Hours: 30 Minutes Driving

Meals Included: Breakfast

Accommodation: None

Max. Altitude: 1350 Meter

An appointed representative from Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions Pvt Ltd will accompany you to the airport, ensuring you arrive approximately three hours prior to your departure for your homeward flight. We extend our heartfelt wishes for a safe and pleasant journey back home!

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Cost

  • The package includes private ground transportation, covering airport transfers.
  • Accommodation for two nights with breakfast is provided at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Throughout the trek, you will enjoy full board meals with tea/coffee (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner).
  • Accommodations in the best available lodges during the trek are ensured, with attached bathrooms featuring hot showers in Lukla, Phakding, and Namche.
  • A highly experienced, friendly guide and porters (1 Porter for 2 hikers) are part of the package, covering their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and insurance.
  • Essentials such as a duffle bag for trekking, a down jacket, and a sleeping bag are included.
  • All necessary trek permits are taken care of.
  • Participants receive Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions T-shirt, a trekking map, and a trip achievement certificate.
  • Government taxes and office service charges are also encompassed within the package.
  • Nepal forward process upon your arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport. You can easily obtain a multiple-entry tourist visa valid for 30 days by paying a fee of US$ 50 or an equivalent amount in foreign currency. If you require a longer stay, multiple-entry tourist visas for 90 days can be obtained by paying a fee of US$ 100. It is recommended to carry two copies of passport-size photos for the visa application pEntry Visa: Obtaining a visa for Nepal is a straightrocess.
  • Excluded are meals that are not specifically mentioned in the 'Meal Inclusions' outlined in the itinerary.
  • Travel insurance is not covered in the package.
  • International airfare is not included.
  • Cold drinks, including but not limited to coke, water, Fanta, etc., are not part of the provided amenities.
  • Personal expenses such as snacks and other miscellaneous items are not incorporated.
  • Hot showers during the trek are not inclusive, except for designated locations like Phakding, Namche, and Lukla.
  • WIFI internet access during the trek is not provided.
  • Personal trekking equipment is not supplied and remains the responsibility of the participant.
  • Tips and gratuities for trekking staff and drivers are not covered within the package.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Support

The Optimal Season for Driving to and from Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek by road is limited to the dry season, excluding the monsoon period from June to mid-September. During this time, the journey is typically undertaken in spring, autumn, and winter.

It is advisable to avoid the monsoon season due to the unpaved road conditions, which are susceptible to deterioration caused by heavy rainfall. Navigating the roads during this time can be challenging and arduous.

Of the three seasons, spring and autumn are considered the most favorable for the Everest Base Camp Drive-In and Drive-Out trek. These seasons offer optimal weather conditions and improved road conditions, ensuring a more enjoyable and manageable journey.

The spring season, spanning from March to May, presents a combination of cool and warm weather conditions. It is an excellent time for trekking, as the surroundings are adorned with snow-capped hills and offer clear views of the mountains.

Similarly, autumn, occurring between September and November, is another highly recommended period for this trek. During this season, the weather is delightful, the views are enchanting, and the conditions are dry, creating an exquisite experience for trekkers.

While the winter season poses more challenges due to freezing temperatures, embarking on this trek is still possible. The Himalayan vistas during this time are breathtaking, compensating for the harsher climate and ensuring a rewarding journey.

Is this Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Suitable for Me?

An Ideal Option for an 18-Day Trek to Lukla, Avoiding Air Travel. This trek offers a gradual ascent towards Everest Base Camp, allowing ample time for acclimatization to the changing altitudes.

The journey presents a delightful blend of traversing off-the-beaten paths and well-trodden trails, providing trekkers with a unique experience of Nepal’s diverse hiking routes. Moreover, the trip unveils breathtaking views of the majestic Everest massif, continuously enhancing the overall journey.

If you have any uncertainties regarding this journey, please do not hesitate to reach out to our support team. We are more than happy to provide assistance and address any concerns you may have.

Additionally, you may explore the alternative option of the Everest Base Camp Trek via Salleri. This alternative route is quite similar to the standard trek, but with a slight variation. It involves a visit to Lukla village and a flight back to Kathmandu.

Furthermore, you may consider the Classic Everest Base Camp Trek program, which follows the trail taken by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, the first climbers to summit Mount Everest.

However, if you are still interested in the traditional Everest Base Camp Trek that includes a flight to Lukla, we offer a regular 16-day package that you may find suitable.

The Best Option for the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road is a Private Jeep

Deciding between opting for a shared Jeep or a private Jeep for your Everest Base Camp trek involves careful consideration of factors like cost, comfort, flexibility, and overall experience. Sharing a Jeep significantly reduces costs, but it comes at the expense of comfort and luxury due to the shared nature of the vehicle among multiple travelers. Additionally, shared Jeeps adhere to a fixed schedule for departures and stops along the journey.

On the other hand, choosing a private Jeep offers the freedom to travel at your own pace, allowing for spontaneous breaks to capture scenic views. Private Jeeps provide enhanced comfort and ample space. However, it’s important to note that the exclusivity of a private Jeep comes with a higher price tag, attributed to factors such as elevated fuel costs, expensive servicing, high vehicle taxes, and challenging road conditions.

While hiring a private Jeep may be costly for an individual, it becomes a more affordable option when shared among a group of travelers. This way, you can enjoy the benefits of comfort and flexibility without compromising your budget.

Best Accommodation Options For Everest Base Camp Trek by Road:

Our company offers accommodation options in Kathmandu that fall under the 3-star standard category. These accommodations are designed for twin or double sharing and provide a comfortable stay. However, it’s important to note that Kathmandu boasts a diverse range of lodging choices to suit every type of traveler. From luxurious 5-star resorts and charming boutique hotels to cozy guesthouses, lodges, and homestays, the city has something for everyone. We are delighted to personalize the accommodation arrangements based on the traveler’s preferences, budget, and availability.

During the Everest Base Camp Trek via road, you will be accommodated in teahouses or lodges, again on a twin or double-sharing basis. These teahouses generally offer basic yet clean facilities, ensuring that trekkers have the essentials they need. You can expect a comfortable bed with basic bedding and amenities, allowing for a good night’s rest to prepare for the following day’s trek.

Most teahouses along the route have private bathrooms equipped with hot shower facilities. However, it’s worth mentioning that a few accommodations in the lower regions may have shared bathrooms with separate shower stations. Additionally, popular places like Namche and Syangboche provide lodgings that offer amenities comparable to those of star-rated hotels. Moreover, luxury properties are also available along the route, which can be arranged for an additional cost.

In summary, our company provides 3-star standard accommodations in Kathmandu on a twin or double sharing basis. However, there is a wide selection of lodging options available in the city, catering to various preferences and budgets. Throughout the Everest Base Camp Trek, you will stay in teahouses or lodges that offer basic yet comfortable facilities. Private bathrooms with hot showers are generally available, while some regions may have shared bathroom facilities. Depending on the location, luxurious accommodations can also be arranged at an extra cost.

Meals in Kathmandu and During Trek to EBC By road

Kathmandu stands as a culinary haven for enthusiasts, offering a diverse array of cuisines to suit every palate. In recognition of this, our package includes breakfast in Kathmandu, allowing clients the liberty to explore various food scenes for lunch and dinner at their discretion.

During the trek, the culinary options are somewhat limited to Nepali, Tibetan, Indian, Continental, Local, and a selection of Western dishes. Consequently, our Everest Base Camp Trek by road package encompasses all three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Travelers have the flexibility to choose their meals based on personal preferences from the menu available in the Alakat system.

Locally prepared with hygiene in mind, these meals feature fresh vegetables grown by the locals, ensuring nutritional value crucial for the trek. Additionally, Namche boasts a diverse array of cafes, restaurants, and pubs, which travelers can explore at their own expense. The guide is more than willing to assist in identifying or suggesting some of the best places with exceptional food and ambiance.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Reviews

Jason Cutler
United Kingdom

Wishing you great success in your tour business endeavors!

Recently, I undertook the Everest Base Camp trek by road alongside a small group of friends. For those journeying in a group, seeking an affordable yet unique experience of standing in front of Everest, the excursion with Mission Himalaya Treks proves to be an exceptional choice.

Opting for road travel enabled us to partake in a scenic drive through breathtaking landscapes and local villages, immersing ourselves in the rich local culture. Birendra, Sundar, and the entire team at Mission Himalaya Treks were truly outstanding.

They efficiently handled all the requisite permits and paperwork, allowing us to fully immerse ourselves in the awe-inspiring beauty of the Everest region. Their expertise surpassed my expectations, and my friends and I are grateful for selecting Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions Pvt Ltd to orchestrate this extraordinary journey for us.

Trip Facts
durationTrip Duration 17 Days
regionRegion Everest Treks
countryCountry Nepal
groupsizeGroup Size 2 person Minimum
arrivalArrival On Kathmandu
departureDeparture From Kathmandu
seasonBest Season Spring, Autumn
altitudeMax Altitude 5555M
moderate-icon Moderate level treks usually above 7 days. Altitude can reach 5000 meters with 5-6 hrs of hike per day. Moderate refers to neither easy walk nor tough. High altitude may matter on walking speed and distance. Acclimatization may be required. Trip Grade Moderate
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