Trip Duration:

15 Days


Everest Treks



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Nepal Trekking
Nepal Trekking

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Best Season

Spring and Autumn.

Max Altitude


Trip Overview

Idolized by the people throughout the world, it is no wonder that Everest Base Camp Trek might be on the travel bucket list of many peripatetics. However, everyone doesn't have the daring attitude to spend the clumsy night for several days on their journey. Thus catering to the luxury needs of such ardent trekkers this Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek is introduced.

We believe that one shouldn't deter himself/herself from joining the EBC trek just because of ones' admiration for comfort.

This Everest Luxury trek serves best for all those trekkers out there, who are reluctant to spend the vacation away from the lavish accommodations but still holds the predilection to reach the foothill of the mighty Mount Everest.

The audacious journey to the Everest Base Camp accompanies you with a plethora of mountain range vistas. Spinning prayer wheels, quivering prayer flags, stupas, mani walls, chortens and monasteries satisfies your spiritual needs. A jaunt to the Sagarmatha National Park caresses your eyes with the occasional fleeting views of Himalayan wildlife, flora and bird species. Surrounded by small stone walls and stupas, your arrival at the Everest Memorial makes you emotional to some extent.

During this trek, you cannot ignore the caravans of Yaks and Dopziu on the trekking trails. Furthermore, the thrill of walking across several suspension bridges including the popular Hillary bridge gives you sheer happiness.

Initiating the trek from Lukla and reaching up to the maximum elevation of around 5545m at Kalapatthar, no wonder you will get bewildered by the bewitching Himalayan beauty of Everest. To your astonishment, sherpa culture and lifestyle has got a great contribution. Your encounter with the legendary Sherpa people sometimes lets you indulge in their festive celebrations too.

Sumptuousness and Adventurous Journey to the foot of Mount Everest

Giving proper justice to the word luxury, we have designed this package to provide trekkers with full comfort and joy. Whether you are a solivagant or a group trek lover, this package befits both types of trekkers.

This Luxury EBC Trekking follows the same trekking route as that of Standard Everest Base Camp Trek. Unlike the normal Everest Region Trek, this luxurious Everest Lodge Trek lets you spend a relaxing time in some of the commodious lodges and lavish hotels in the Everest Region.

By joining this package you needn't have to carry your duffle bags by yourself. You will be provided with a porter to carry your bags. Furthermore, an English speaking licenced trekking guide will also be there for your guidance.

Despite our willingness to provide you with comfort during your day's hike, you still have to be able to walk for a minimum of around five hours every day. The walk each day gets tougher and tougher as you will gain height in each day's walk. However, to make you able to cope with the increasing altitude, we have included some acclimatization days on your Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek itinerary. Moreover, no matter, how much you struggle for your day's hike, your stay in the lavish hotel will be there to compensate for all your hardships.

Starting with the scenic flight from Kathmandu to the tiny airstrips of Lukla, the trek will take you via the Sherpa land of Phakding, Namche, Tengboche, Deboche, Pangboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep and finally to Everest Base Camp. Furthermore, a trek to Kalapatthar from Gorakshep lets you experience more thrill and adventure.

If you have enough budget then Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek is the one you should go on for. Otherwise standard Everest Base Camp Trek is there to suit your budget.

Which aspect of Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek succeeds to drag the attention of most trekkers?

Lodging and Fooding at the best available hotels in the Everest region

Overseeing the luxury needs of the trekkers we have arranged accommodation and food service at the opulent hotels and lodges in the Everest Region. By booking this trek package you no longer have to compromise with your lavish lifestyle.

The name of the commodious hotels that you can choose during your Everest Region stay are Yeti Mountain Home, Everest Summit Lodge, Everest View Hotel, Revindill Lodge, and Italian Pyramid Lodge. During your stay at Gorakshep, Lobuche and Dingboche you might not get to spend the night with full luxury. But, even at these places, we will select the best available places.

Insight into the Lifestyle and Culture of Sherpa People

Observing the daily lives of the sherpa people you will realize that life in the Himalayas is not always happening and cheerful. Even after going through various hardships in daily life, these sherpa people greet you with their ever-smiling faces. Those smiling faces and their benevolent nature motivates you to proceed on the journey of the Luxury Base Camp Trek.

Inclusion of acclimatization days aids to cope with the increasing altitude

Starting the trek from Lukla and reaching the Kalapatthar, you will be facing a huge altitude gain each day. Due to the high elevation gain, it is likely you might get caught by the acute mountain sickness. No, any trekker is immune to Acute mountain sickness. The efficient way to cure altitude sickness is proper acclimatization rest.

So, keeping this thing into consideration we have included two acclimatization days on our itinerary. On these days we will be spending the day at the higher altitudes and at the nights we will descend low.

Monastery Tour in Everest Region

The trek will let you make your visit to several monasteries located in the Everest region. Thus it is somehow like your monastery tour. Some of the monasteries we will be visiting on this trek are Namche Monastery, Thame Monastery, Tengboche Monastery, and Pangboche Monastery.

Ecstasy of being at the lap of Mount Everest

The pleasure that you feel standing at the foot of Mount Everest is nothing similar to that of other experiences in your journey.

Stupendous sunrise view over the magnificent mountains from Kalapatthar

Even if many trekkers make the prior decision of trekking to the Kalapatthar. Merely some people stay at this decision when the time comes. Conquering Kalapatthar is not everyone's cup of tea. However, with our carefully designed itinerary plan you are more likely, you will hold this decision at last. After all, we deliberately want to make our visitors proud and happy upon the completion of the journey.

The names Everest Base Camp is much popular throughout the world. But when it comes to enjoying the spectacular Mt. Everest view, Kalapatthan grabs all of the attention. Along with Mt. Everest, the view of Pumori, Nuptse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam and many other mountains makes you reminisce this memorable time again and again.


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Day 01:

Arrival day in Kathmandu transfer to a 5-star hotel in the city center located in Thamel.

30 Minutes Driving.

Welcome Dinner.

5 Star Hotel.

Overnight at Aloft hotel(1350m /4430ft){20-25 minutes driving}

Day 02:

Morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek from Lukla to Monjo.

20 Minutes Driving, 35 Minutes Flight And 5 To 6 Hour Trekking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Yeti Mountain Home.

Overnight at Yeti Mountain Home(2850m/9302ft){9 Kilometer trek}

Day 03:

Trek from Monjo to Namche Bazaar.

5 To 6 Hour Trekking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Yeti Mountain Home.

Overnight at Yeti Mountain Home(3435m/11270feet){6 hours trek, 12 kilometers}

Day 04:

Rest Day in Namche for acclimatization(explore Everest View Hotel, Hillary village, and Khunde)

3 To 4 Hours Trekking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Yeti Mountain Home.

Overnight at Yeti Mountain Home at Namche(3435m/11270feet)

Day 05:

Trek from Namche to Debuche via Tyangboche Monastery

5 To 6 Hour Trekking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Rivendell Lodge

Overnight at Rivendell Lodge (3710m/12172feet)(10 Kilometer)

Day 06:

Trek from Debuche to Dingboche

5 To 6 Hour Trekking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Dingboche Resort.

Overnight at Trekking available best tea houses. (4410m/14470feet) ( 12 kilometers)

Day 07:

acclimatization day in Dingboche(optional: Hike Nagsarkang peak or Chukung Village)

4 To 5 Hours Hiking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Dingboche Resort.

Overnight at Trekking tea houses(4410m/14470feet)

Day 08:

Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche

7 Hours Trek.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Alpine Lodge.

Overnight at Oxygen Lodges Best available lodge at Lobuche(4920m/16142feet)( 12 kilometers)

Day 09:

Trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep then ascend Everest Base Camp(5364m) and Back to Gorakhshep for Overnight

8 Hours Trek.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Tea House/ Lodge.

Overnight at best available lodge in Gorakhshep(5180m/16995feet)(15 km)

Day 10:

Visit Kala Patthar for a 360-degree sunrise view of Khumbu Himalayan ranges and Back to Pheriche.

7 Hours Trek.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Hotel yak.

Overnight at Yak lodges best in Pheriche(4200m/13780feet), {7-8 hours trek includes Kalapatthar.13 kilometer distance}

Day 11:

Trek from Pheriche to Namche(long day of trekking)

7 Hours Trek.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Yeti Mountain Home

Overnight at Yeti Mountain Home (Namche) 3435m/11270feet){14 kilometers 8 hours trekking}

Day 12:

Trek from Namche to Phakding

4 To 5 Hours Trekking.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Yeti Mountain Home

Overnight and Yeti Mountain Home (8563feet/2610m)

Day 13:

Trek from Phakding to Lukla

7 Hours Trek.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Yeti Mountain Home Or Similar.

Overnight Yeti Mountain Home(2850m/9350feet){15 kilometer distance}

Day 14:

Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu and drive back to % star Luxury accommodation.

35 Minutes Flight And 30 Minutes Drive.


5 Star Hotel

Overnight at Aloft Hotel (1350m/4430feet)(35 minutes flight) and 20 minutes driving.

Day 15:

Departure day for the flight back to Your sweet home

30 Minutes Driving.



  • TIA Airport to Thamel and Thamel to TIA Airport Pick up and Drop off services according to your itinerary in Domestic and International flight time.
  • 5-star accommodation in Kathmandu for 2 nights according to the itinerary.
  • 6 nights Yeti Mountain Home and 1 night Rivendell Lodge during the trek.
  • Best Available Teahouse accommodation during the trekking as per the itinerary for an extra night rather than 6 nights.
  • full board meal (breakfast, lunch & dinner with hot drinks during the trekking.
  • Fresh Fruits after dinners as per the availability carried by your trekking staff.
  • Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla To Kathmandu flight with all applicable airport taxes according to the itinerary mentioned above.
  • Trek leader(English Spoken) with first aid trained and eco trained according to Nepal Government with his salary food accommodation and insurance.
  • Very Strong porter in 2 sharing guest basis with food salary accommodation and insurance.
  • Trekking equipment IDown jackets and 4-seasonal sleeping bag) return back after complete your trip.
  • Sagarmatha National park permits and Khumbu Gaupalika local permits and other local permits.
  • First Aid kit bag and Oximeter with your trekking leader.
  • Welcome or farewell dinner according to your arrival or departure time in Nepal.
  • Government VAT and other company Service charges.


Q. 1, Can I stay overnight at Everest Base Camp?

MHTAE PVT LTD luxury Everest trekking does not stay at Everest base camp overnight because to stay overnight at base camp we need to buy special permits which are very expensive. only Everest base camp climbers stay there. You stay overnight at Gorakshep(5180m) and a day hike to Everest Base Camp and back to Gorakshep for overnight sleeping.

Q. 2, Where I can have a shower during the Everest Base Camp Trekking?

You can take shower in every lodge where you stay. Many of the tea houses have a gas shower and you need to pay US$3 to US$ 6 per shower per person. The shower cost in lower elevations is cheaper and increasing to upper elevations because they bring the gas from Lukla. The gas brings by airplane to Lukla and the porter carries it to base camp. In lower elevation, some tea houses have a solar shower and electric heater shower.

Q. 3 where we can charge our phone and battery?

We can charge the battery in every tea house but you can charge only in the dining hall. You can charge phone cameras and other small electronic devices with an extra cost of US$ 2 to US$5 depends upon the device and elevation you stay. Some tea houses have electricity some have solar charging.

Q. 4, Where wifi available in Everest base camp trekking?

Almost each and every tea houses have wifi available and they charge the extra cost for using wifi. Many tea houses have wifi services of the Everest link prepaid wifi card. you can buy the wifi card and can use all the tea houses of Everest base camp trek.

Q. 5, What is the Average size of the group for Everest Base Camp Trek?

We can organize the groups from 1 to 15 people in one group. if the number of travelers more than 15 we divide it into 2 groups handling by two experienced guides and other numerous assistant guides. The group can be a mix of different individuals, couples, or friends traveling together. MHTAE like to organize a private trip of your own group rather than join you to other individuals.

Q. 6, the Best time to trek Everest Base Camp?

The first season Is called Spring(From March beginning to May ending) is the warmest trekking season. another dry season is Autumn(September to November) is the best time to trek Everest base camp. At that time the sky is clear and the busiest and crowded time for the trek. December January and February is the winter season in Nepal. Snow covers in high elevation. The temperature decreases until negative 15 to 30 degrees. June July August is called the worst season for trekking to Everest Base Camp trek. Because of that time many chances to cancel your flight to and from Lukla. It's quiet to trek in this season. and many flower blossoms. But some trails slippery by raining and many leeches in lower elevation. Sometimes Lanslide can happen.

Q. 7, How big are our staff members?

MHTAE normally organizes the staff crews depends on your group size. mainly you have a main trekking leader or guide and a porter sharing with two paying persons. if your group size more than 4 people we organize a trek with other assistant guides and if you have more than 8 people 1 main trekking leader and 2 assistant guides and 4 porters or sherpa.

Q. 8, How I can pack my staff lightly?

For the domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and return there is an allowance of 10 kgs luggage and 5 kgs hand carry. Choose lightweight clothing during trekking. If your weight of luggage more than 15 you need to pay an extra US$ 1 per kgs for the flight. Note: do not bring heavy toiletries like Shampoo conditioner body shampoo, laundry wash handwash, you bring an organic brand of all in one to decrease the weight.

Q. 8, Do I need to bring my own sleeping bag and down jacket or the company provide us freely?

Better you bring your own sleeping bag and down jacket by yourself. in case if you do not have and need to buy only for this trek do not buy. MHTAE provides you a free sleeping bag and down jacket for your trek but you need to return back after complete the trek. you can bring your sleeping bag liner.

Q. 9, How can I leave my excess luggage in Kathmandu?

You can leave your excess backpack in Kathmandu in your hotel or our office freely. There you no need to pay extra cost for deposit luggage. but please after deposit your luggage you take a luggage deposit tag. After complete your trek to Everest Base Camp, you can take a bag by showing this tag.

Q. 10, can I wear short cloth during my hike and in city sightseeing?

Honestly, you can wear short clothes and leggings in Kathmandu and during trekking but MHT suggests you wear the cloth which is shorts but cover until your knees. if you dress inappropriately the people of the city and mountain feel embarrassing.

Q. 11, Can I take a short hike in Kathmandu instead of the Everest base camp long trek?

Yes, there are numerous hikes around Kathmandu. you can hike there. or after complete trekking, if you like a small hike around Kathmandu you can choose some of them from here Day hike around Kathmandu.

Q. 12, Can I pay Tips? Why do I need to pay? The trip price did not include tips why?

When you choose Mission Himlayaa Treks And expeditions for your trekking and tour in Nepal we do not force to give tips for your crews. But generally, tips expected and not compulsory need to pay. but culturally prevalent in Kathmandu or Pokhara or all over Nepal/ Honestly tips is a kind of thanks from you to our staff when they did good jobs for you. Their service and efforts what they doing for you were great then you can pay tips. we suggest you give the tips individually better than all give to your leader and distribute. Note: we do not include Tips for trip costs.

Q. 13, Where I can exchange my foreign currency for local currency?

We suggest you do not exchange your currency to the airport counter because their currency rate is lower than in other places. you can exchange your currency all over Kathmandu in money changer they give you a good rate. or you can exchange banks. please do not bring all currency without exchange for trekking. because the rate is very low in trekking lodges. Because they need to back the city to exchange.

Q. 14, How I can choose the best trekking company?

There are several trekking agencies in Nepal. you can see their fair reviews in Trip advisors or other travel sites. and you can see their webpage and their include items of your costs and compare their services. before confirming your trip you call and clear about your services with that company directly with their experts. choose the best value for your money.

Q. 15, How difficult is Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest Base Camp trek is a Moderate trekking destination of Nepal as categorized trekking in Nepal. Normal physical fitness people can do this trek. Do not think sporty people can do this. An average of people who can trek 5 to 7 hours in a day can finish the Everest base camp trek. No need for a big technical issue to trek Everest base camp because it is not climbing to the Everest summit. Just trek until base camp and return from there. Be prepare mentally. for more details, you can read our blog Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty.

Q. 16: What is the shortest time(itinerary) to the Everest base camp trek?

The shortest itinerary for a classic Everest base camp trek is 12 days with acclimatization days. if you do not like acclimatization it takes 10 days. But some people have a very limited time frame or holidays but if they like to do Everest base camp they can finish in 9 days with acclimatization. 7 days without acclimatization. You can see our pancakes Everest Base Camp Trek return by helicopter. Everest base camp short trek or Everest base camp rapid trek for more information and costing. I the travelers just have 1 day they can take an Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour private or joining a group.

Q. 17, can child and old-aged people trek to EBC?

A good question about the traveling Everest base camp aged. normally the person who is physically fit can trek to Everest base camp. normally the acute mountain sickness can affect old-aged people more than children. children below 20 to 10 have less possibility to affect. so from child 10 years to old people 65, we suggest to do Everest Base camp trek and we have a successful experience in this aged group people

Q. Age Limit:

Normally there is no age limit of Everest Base Camp Luxury lodge trekking we have past experience of 6 years old to 75 years old trekkers trekking Everest Base Camp Luxury trekking. for family trekking, we request you not to join with other group members and we request you to take a few days extra then please feel free to ask us about your arrangement. We made clear your question regarding the trip prior to your confirmation.

Q. Is past hiking experience necessary for the trek?

According to our past experience, we have a lot of trekkers who did Everest base camp trek without any past experience of trekking and hiking. If your fitness level is normal you can complete the Everest base camp luxury trek. Past trek and hike experience is the plus point of your trek for this time.

Q. Are the lady trekkers safe during the trek?

Of course Yes. We ensure full of travel safety both for female and male travelers. We have a very good relationship with our guide staff and lodges. All our guides are very helpful and mindful with our guests.

Q. How is the speed of trekking?

Our guide and pre-meeting request all the trekkers to keep slow and regular trekking instead of fast and stop trekking. We will not participate in any marathon in this trek so the main guide stays with the slowest trekker during your Everest Base Camp trek in group trek. Slow trekking is the plus point of preventing acute mountain sickness.

Q. The difficulty of the trek:

Nepal trekking situated in higher elevation so it will a bit challenging for most visitors. Some training and good information are always helpful for this trekking. Normally it's moderate difficult trekking as compared to other trekking routes of Nepal. Trekking normally 5 to 7 hours in one day and around 10 to 15 kilometers in one day.

Q. Training for Everest base camp luxury lodge trek?

Normally we not suggest a very hard pre-training before the trek. but 1 month prior to the trek if you will do running or distance walking in your hometown it will very helpful. But please do not do a high level of fitness like Gym or other hard training it is not necessary for this trek. It is moderate hiking only because of the altitude it looks difficult.

Q. How I can pay my full cost of This tour?

After you deposit for the trek from your hometown then you can send your scanning copy of your passport, Flight ticket copy, and passport-sized photo together for booking your trekking. We confirm your flight ticket, Permits, and hotel booking prior to your arrival time in Nepal. The rest due amount we warmly request you to pay after your arrival in Kathmandu hotel before start your trekking.

Q. Where I can buy an insurance policy for their trek and what type?

trek and the tour are higher altitude activities. We hardly request you to buy your travel insurance from your hometown. We will not suggest you buy an insurance policy with us or our recognized company. There are some risks in higher altitude trekking like Acute Mountain sickness, Leg injury, and other diseases. So please do not hesitate to buy your insurance. Before buy your insurance policy confirm with your agents higher altitude evacuation by helicopter include or not. In case of emergency, it must necessary so in higher elevation, there are no good hospitals. We always keep the priority on your health risk. So Buy Insurance policy covering 5555m altitude covering and emergency rescue evacuation.

Q. Whats is the packing list?

Here is the Packing List: Base layers: For Everest Base, Camp Trek base layer cloth is very important for higher elevation. In lower elevation like Lukla(2850m) Namche(3440m) they will not necessary in the high season of trekking. please try to pack wicking moisture clothes and wool base layers. Insulation layer: The second layer of cloth also necessary depends on the season. we suggest a fleece jacket with a lightweight. Outer layer: This is a warm layer used in the higher elevation of the trek because there the weather is very cold all season. A down jacket of negative 10 degrees will be recommended for all trekkers. Trekking Trousers: We suggest you take 2* pair of hiking trousers and 1 pair of short stretched trousers for the Trek Trekking shirt: We suggest 3 to 5 pairs of short and long shirt mix sets which are lightweight and fabric is better. Waterproof Jacket and trousers: please in your luxury base camp packing list Rain and snow protection gear need to add. A waterproof good quality jacket. but the trousers normal is fine. Underwear: At least 2 to 4 pieces of moisture-wicking underwear necessary for hiking. sporty underwear is the best choice for this trekking. Headwear: A good quality trekking hat or cap and a warm hat or beanie for cold wear will be recommended. Neck Gaiter: A gaiter makes your face and neck warm in cold altitude and dusty places. A cheap quality gaiter also fine for any trekking. Gloves: Light inner gloves and outer insulated gloves which must be waterproof and durable can be suggested by MHT for Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge trekking. Footwear: Another most important gear for the Everest base camp luxury trek is footwear. frostbite protection is our one goal for all trekkers. a pair of comfortable trekking boots that must be waterproof or Goretex and good quality with a pair of warm quality socks will be necessary for Everest Base Camp Trek. For day hiking in lower elevation, you can use sports shoes. A sandal we will recommend you to bring for the teahouse stay period. Note: Be remember that do not bring very new shoes it makes the foot blister. so use it at least 1 week before trekking. warm thermal socks. gaiters, sandals, and hiking shoes are better if you add this to Your packing list of the trek. Bags and Backpacks: A duffel bag or 50-70 ltr backpack will be recommended for porters and a day backpack for your personal use in hiking 20-40 ltr with rain cover we will suggest for our Everest Base Camp Trek packing list. Sleeping Bag: A good quality sleeping bag around negative 10 to 20 degrees will be better for Everest Base Camp luxury Trekking. We suggest you bring a sleeping bag liner if you have one. If you do not have we will give you a sleeping bag which you need to return to us after complete your trekking. Ear Plugs: To protecting the Snoring of your teammate or from another room trekker earplug is the good packing gear for Everest Base Camp. Trekking Poles: Most of the trekkers who like to Everest base camp bring a trekking pole in their hike. So for your less stress please you can pack a pair of trekking pole for this trek. Sunglasses: UV Protector sunglass with the light-reduction in must necessary gear for Nepal all snow Himalaya mountain trekking. Headlight: Every guesthouse they have a light but some higher elevation the power of light not enough. so at night they off all light. Mountain is a remote place for the toilet and other issues like a sunrise hike to Kalapatthar 5545 m you need to bring a headlight with an extra pair of good quality batteries you must bring in Everest Base Camp Trek. Hydration Bladder /water bottle: To protect your dehydration in trekking and prevention of AMS you need to drink water so, please add 2 water bottles one for cold water and another for hot water. or hydration bladder is easy to carry or drink cold water from your backpack. Towel: Most of the teahouse in the Everest region does not provide a towel for trekkers so please for your personal use in the bathroom put 1 towel for your Everest base camp packing gear. Lock: For your belongings safety Mission, Himalaya Treks suggest you bring 2 locks - one for porter luggage and another for your backpack for your valuable goods, passport, and money. Waterproof Bag: You can bring a waterproof bag or some plastic bag to save your valuables (camera mobile passport, documents) from the water like sweating or wet by rain. Camera: A good quality camera with lots of memory cards and pairs of batteries will better bring for EBC trek for memory in the future. Or recall for other trekking with us. You can show good pictures with your friends and relatives. Portable chargers: Everyplace anytime you can not charge your battery. so please bring a portable charger for your personal use of mobile. Books Cards, Passport, Money: Book and cards can be used for fun in your teahouse rest time except for your trekking period. Please bring Enough cash and change in NPR local currency in Kathmandu before start trekking with us. Because trekking EBc is a remote place you cannot change USD at good exchange rates and there is no ATM in trekking places. Only Lukla ANDF Namche can find some ATM but it's not working much time. Insurance: Trekking in a mountain or in a higher Elevation is a high risk. so buy a good insurance policy and bring a copy of it which covers at least 5600m and with emergency coverage of helicopter evacuation. Some Medications and Toiletries: Some water purification tablets or drops will be recommended for your trek. Some isotonic powder and oral rehydration powder, Diamox, normal first-aid kit we suggest to add is your packing gear of Everest Base Camp Trek. Suncream, Wipes, Toilet paper: We suggest you bring some rolls of toilet paper, Suncream SPF 50 or more, lip balm SPF 50 or more, and some wet wipes add to your Everest base camp packing gear. Toothpaste and Toothbrush also add to your packing list. Blister plaster, Oximeter and hand sanitizer: Please note that if your oximeter shows your oxygen level less than 70% you can consult with your Guide for your next day's trekking or back immediately in the day from that altitude to lower altitude. Hand sanitizer you can use before eating breakfast lunch and dinner time. blister in the in your feet blister comes you can use blister plaster.

Q. Can I rent a sleeping bag and down jacket for the trek?

Of course yes. we will free provide a rented down jacket and sleeping bag for This trek. But after a complete trek, you can return it back to our staff. If you have your own sleeping bag and down jacket do not hesitate to bring them. only the trekkers who do not have we will provide our rented sleeping bag and down jacket. please let our staff in trip meeting time about your clothing then we know you need.

Q. What type of bag should I give to my trekking porters?

Normally our trekking is organized trek with guide and porters. Day backpack you can carry by yourself but your hiking clothes and other teahouse clothes and goods carried by your porter. your hand luggage you can leave in Kathmandu and put your gears and goods in a duffel bag or if you have your own hiking 60 to 80 ltr backpack it will be good for porters.

Q. How will be the size of the day backpack for the Everest base camp luxury trek?

We suggest you bring a 30 to 40 liter maximum size day backpack where you can put your essentials day hiking things and some valuables.

Q. Any weight limit on the trek and domestic flights?

Yes, Domestic flights from Kathmandu to Lukla and return have weight limits. 10 kgs of luggage and 5 hg hands luggage will be allowed freely on the flight. if you have more weight than this you need to pay US$1 per kg in flight. For porters also 20 to 25 kgs yours two-person backpack is suggested by our company and the Government of Nepal. Note: Passport Medications and valuables we will suggest you bring by yourself during the flight or in a trekking day backpack. Because some time flight luggage can be delayed due to overweight of tiny airstrip weight of peoples. They have a flight weight limit of airplanes too.

Q. can I leave unnecessary goods in Kathmandu?

Of course Yes. you can deposit your luggage in Kathmandu in a hotel free of cost before the trek. The things unnecessary for the trip can leave there. after deposit your luggage please take the deposit voucher. after finish your tour you can show it and back to the hotel

Q. Anybody pick me up and drop me at the airport during the arrival and departure time of the Everest Base camp Luxury trek?

Yes, our airport representative will wait for you at the arrival gate before your arrival time. After your procedure of visa, you can see him in front of the gate with your name card placid in a paper and he leaves 3 hours before departure in the airport departure hall.

Q. Is Nepal Immigration give the arrival visa at the airport?

Of course yes. After your plane landing please show your 6-month validity passport in the arrival hall visa procedure section. it takes a little time because of the small airport and many trekkers take online visas there. But the procedure is very easy to get a visa here. Please your staying place name need to fill up in the visa form. so do not forget to ask us about your booking hotel name before the flight from your home town to Nepal.

Q. Where I can stay in Kathmandu?

This trip is luxury so we will book you the 4 to 5-star category accommodation during your stay in Kathmandu. the hotel can be Hotel Aloft or similar standard and located in the town center.

Q. How about the extra night accommodation in Kathmandu?

According to your trek confirmed itinerary and dates we will provide the hotels in Kathmandu. If you will stay more nights because of early arrival, late departure from trekking you need to pay yourself for an extra hotel in Kathmandu. A similar hotel costs US$ 95 per double room and US$ 90 per single room per night. If there is availability the rooms we will book for you and you can pay us or you can book yourself. In case the same hotel not available we will give you information about the hotel and costing after consult with you when is necessary.

Q. During trekking what kind of accommodation can I expect in Mountain?

During our other trekking arrangements normal tea houses and lodges available during the trek in the mountain but This trek, we will provide a 5-night Yeti Mountain Home which is a 3-star category hotel in trekking. Other nights we will provide the best available lodges for trekking. We will provide inside toilet rooms where available even in higher elevation.

Q. I Like a private room for myself is it available and how much I need to pay extra?

Higher elevation hotels are limited. In high season many trekkers are trekking in Everest Base camp because it's the most popular trekking in the world. as per availability, we will provide twin-sharing accommodation during the trekking. In case if you will need a single supplement you need to pay US$ 190 extra for a Yeti mountain home per night. But in higher elevation the guesthouse is basic so if they have available rooms per night US$ 7 we will provide single rooms. Somewhere we will provide freely the extra single rooms. Note: Some teahouse cannot provide private room because of their availability and limitations. Even you have the ability to pay extra they will not provide a private room because other trekkers cannot find the bed also. he went out without rooms.

Q. Where I can get Drinking water in Everest Luxury Trek?

We provide trekkers all meals during the trekking but the drinks and water they buy by themselves. The budget options of water are to use your pills or chlorine drops in local water provided by lodges. Or you can buy your own water in teahouses or shops from US$ 1 to Us4 5 per liter depends on elevation and places.

Q. Meals during the trek?

Our guide provides you the menu from your staying hotel and you can choose your own meal during the trekking. we will provide free hot drinks in trekking each meal 1 cups. They have Nepali, Chinese, Indian and continental dishes. You have full the freedom to choose your meals from the menu. The food like Pizza, Noodles, Pasta, macaroni, Spaghetti, Rice, Eggs, Bread, Soups, MOmo, Toasts. Traditional Nepali cuisine is very famous which includes the sets of rice, Vegetables, Lentils soup, Pickle, Curry, and crispy bread called papad. This food is popular because it's a buffet all over Nepal without pay extra add-on cost. Meals are hygienic and freshly prepared after you arrive at the guesthouse. Note: Meat in higher elevation is not very fresh so beware with meat items.

Q. In Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek can I charge my device?

Yes, no doubt. You can charge your electric device in common places like the dining hall in the guesthouses. only some places have to charge in your private rooms. You need to pay extra for your charging which can be US$ 1 to US$ 5 per hour per device or per full charging per device depends on the guesthouse or elevation. Note: 230 Volt c and d type of travel adapter useful in Nepal trekking and traveling. In case if you forget to bring you can buy this in Kathmandu for a couple of dollars.

Q. Toilet facilities

Normally Nepal squat toilets popular in Nepal. many of our Luxury Yeti Mountain home ou will be private western toilets. Some higher elevation the toilet is squat and outside sharing with many trekkers means not attached with your personal rooms.

Q. During the trekking where I can go toilet in the Trek?

Many of your time in the teahouse you can use toilets in teahouses. but during your trekking, you cannot find a toilet middle of the way. you can go toilet to see your privacy yourself outside in shadow or unseen places of trekkers.

Q. What facilities in phone calls and internet during the trek?

Many lower elevation teahouses provide wifi in 3 to 5 us$ per 24 hours. You can buy a sim card in Kathmandu with a data package and use it during trekking but the signal is poor and strong depends on the places. you can use this phone for domestic and international calls too. In case some places your sim card not works properly you can use the guesthouse phone with paying the cost. Nowadays Many teahouses provide the Everest Link wifi. If you Buy US$ 30 for 20 GB or US$v 20 for 10 GB you can use almost all places during the trekking until your GB finished.

Q. Can I have my own toilet paper during My trek?

Of course yes. all the tea houses and hotels sell toilet paper in the trekking. They do not provide toilet paper freely in the toilet. The cost of toilet paper starts from US$ 2 to US$ 5 in higher elevations.

Q. What kind of Shower facilities during my Everest Base Camp trek?

Lower elevation teahouses have a hot shower either by solar or by Gas whereas higher elevation provides hot water in the bucket because of flowing water freezing. normally they charge US$ 3 to 5 for a hot shower per person per shower.

Q. Laundry facilities in Everest Base Camp trek?

Only some teahouses have laundry facilities during the trekking. During your acclimatization day in Namche and Dingboche we will suggest you do laundry but another day it is not good for laundry because sometimes the clothes cannot dry due to time and cold weather. After complete your trekking you can give all your clothes in Kathmandu for laundry. They have fast laundry and dry services.

Q. Can I trek Everest base Camp without acclimatizing?

The best way of traveling higher elevation is slowly ascended to a higher elevation and acclimatize after 3500m 1 day at the same altitude. after 1000m altitude gain you need to stay another night again for acclimatization. Otherwise, you might have acute mountain sickness. Our all the guide are highly experienced with Symptoms with Ams and another related mountain sickness. so they carry oximeter and Diamox in higher elevation trekking. Some trekkers can trek without acclimatization. If you have a limited time frame you can consult with us for a short trek then you can fly back from Gorakhshep to Kathmandu by helicopter. We can Customize your trip according to your holiday and wants so please consult with experts.

Q. What happens if I have AMS or Injured during my Everest Base Camp Trek?

Our trekking leaders are experts to handle such problems. In case if you are unable to trek lower or higher elevation during your injury or AMS they will consult with your travel insurance agents and according to your policy, we will send a helicopter for emergency evacuation. If you are normal we will give you good advice with first aid treatments to reduce sickness and bring your nearby health post or HRA post.

Q. Food and water in trek Safe?

Yes, we can tell it's safe according to our past trekking experience. But before eat your food please check if it's well cooking or not. Water needs to treated safely before drinking because our natural water has lots of minerals. we can digest it but trekkers cannot be. Do not eat uncooked vegetables in Kathmandu. During the trekking meat is not fresh so beware before you eat meat items.

Q. How is the temperature during my trekking to Everest?

Nepal mountain is obviously cold no doubt. Depends on the season and timing the temperature a lot of changes. Trekking in higher elevation will much colder than lower elevation. Normally during the high season of trekking day time hike not very cold you can hike with normal light hiking gear but in tea, houses say at night it will very cold. The temperature falls until negative 20 degrees at Everest base camp. But depends on elevation the temperature is different. Trek to Everest Base Camp in the wintertime is Very cold So temperature falls to negative 40 degrees in Everest Base Camp. To prepare your trekking gear please consult with us before your departure.

Q. If My flight canceled or delayed what happens?

Due to weather anytime the Lukla flight delayed or canceled. If you have a buffer day you can make your trek flexible. but if you have no extra day you can decrease your acclimatization day or you need to fly back from Everest Base camp to Lukla or Kathmandu by helicopter with extra add-on cost. Sometimes the weather is bad but the chopper can fly to Lukla. For this flight, you need to pay an extra US$ 500 per person per way. So prepare your contingency add-on cost for this flight. If you have a buffer day you can back to Kathmandu hotel that day cost you can pay yourself in hotel lodging and flooding. The flight can be rescheduled for the next day without extra addon cost in flight. Sometimes the airlines change the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla to Ramechap to Lukla in hat case we will provide you free transport from Kathmandu to Manthali Ramechap on a sharing basis. and Vice versa when you back after complete your trekking from Lukla to Kathmandu or Lukla to Ramechap and drive to Kathmandu.

Q. How about tips For my Trek?

Tips Not mandatory but are expecting in Nepal. The guide and porter tips are not included in the tour fees. The tip is the appreciation of your treks. During the staff's hard work and their effort for your happy holiday, we generally suggest you tip them. They think they succeed to complete your trek organize happily.

Q. How much money should I bring for this trek?

Except for the tour fee, your extra money depends on the things that you buy. For drinks and guesthouses, we will suggest you bring US$ 20 per day. For extra spending, you can consult with our expert from Prior to The trek and they will give you a Hint of the Money you spent. Roughly you can manage after our advice.

Q. How much I need to pay if I am trekking solo?

For group, tour joining we do not charge you extra cost but on your dates, if you like to private trek you can consult with us for a solo trekking itinerary with Quotation.

Q. What are the postponed and cancellation policy?

Normally we have a free postponed policy prior to 3 months of booking. But Cancellation of booking after paying deposit are as follows: Before 90 days, a full refund of the deposit. Less than 21 days, no fund of the deposit. Between 90-21 days, only 50% of the deposit can be refunded.

Q. Can I get a refund if I unable to succeed to complete my whole trek?

Normally the cost you cannot get a refund if you are unable to trek by yourself because We need to pay our guide and porter fully after we committed the trip. So the tour fee is not refunded but in case you cannot finish your trek just after 1 or 2 days we can give you a hotel in the city for some nights to stay.

Q. Can I add an extra day in My Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek?

Of course Yes if you will book your private trek with us but in group joining it will be not possible. If you have your private group tour you can consult with our company and guide then probably you can add extra days in your trek. You can consult with us after you confirmed we will try to choose your best solution.

Q. If I like to extend my holiday any trip recommendation?

We can organize the tour or short trekking quickly too. There are many options like Pokhara sightseeing, Chitwan Jungle Safari, Paragliding, Bungy jumping, Rafting Kathmandu tour, Lumbini tour. so You can easily extend your holiday after consulting our Experts at least Prior 3 days if possible.

Q. Who can trek with me along my trek?

In our office policy, we cannot share private personal data with anyone. In sharing groups, we only can give you nationalities and aged groups with gender. You can ask us how many people in your group signed up with us for this trek. We never share your private data with another person too.

Q. Except for my Trekking fees what are the extra costs?

We included almost all items but generally, we suggest you bring some tipping extra money and contingency optional helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu US$ 1000 in case of bad weather and emergency. Other items are Nepal Visa fees, Wifi, Battery Chargings, Showers, Snacks and alcoholic drinks, and water charges. Also, you can bring some amount of Kathmandu lunch and dinners.

Q. Can I use my Credit card?

Normally only in the city, you can use credit cards properly. There are several; ATMs in Kathmandu you can use this and bring cash is suitable for trekking. Normally they charge 3 to 5% extra cost for credit card use. Most of the trekking routes have no ATYM so we will warmly request you to bring cash after an exchange in Kathmandu. For emergencies, you can use a credit card in some places.

Howard Destiny
Howard Destiny
United States of America(US)

Thanks, a lot Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions for arranging such a well-managed luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. From the day of booking to departure, the overall arrangement was great. we stay 4 nights in Kathmandu and 13 nights in the mountain. Kathmandu guided us by Dipendra and in trekking guided by Nima Sherpa. Thanks a lot for guide and porters. you are king of Mountain Nima. We were able to success the whole trip completely because of you guys. I highly recommended you and your company. Everest Yeti Mountain Home is Best Lodges

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