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Trip Facts
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Mode of Trip Tea-House / Lodge Basis.
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Grade Moderate to Adventurous.
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Highest elevation 5,545 m.
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Trek duration 14 Nights / 15 Days
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Best Time Sep To Dec and Feb to Jun
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Group Size 1+


Everest Base Camp Trek   is world  famous and  popular trekking route in the Himalayas of Nepal, Trekking at the base Camp of the world’s highest Mt. Everest at 5,357 m / 15,500 ft high, Exploring Sherpa traditional villages enriched with Buddhist culture and custom.

Trek To  Everest Base camp  gives the wonderful experience of Tibetan culture in high elevation, pleasantly colorful views of rhododendron fir forests and massive of outstanding Himalayas views including the world’s highest peak Mt Everest.

The Everest Base Camp Trekking( EBC Trek)  Starts from Lukla after 45 Minutes scenic flight from Kathmandu, Nepal.  We continue our hiking to Sherpa Kingdom Namche, Tyangboche, Dingboche, Lobuche  Gorakhshep, and finally reach EBC.

We have designed the  15 days Everest Base camp Trek package (Including days in Kathmandu)   from  Arrival to Departure . This package take you Everest Base camp and Including climb kalapatthar. The 15 days EBC Trek Itinerary is the best  Itinerary for experienced as well as beginner trekkers.

In this Itinerary  two acclimatization days at Namche and in Dingboche. This will help you to cope with the thin air and changing atmosphere. Altitude sickness is one of the difficulties when trekking to the height of 5545 meters at Kala Patthar. It is because the amount of oxygen at a higher altitude is comparatively low which results in difficulty in breathing

Adventure Great Himalaya Treks & Expeditions presents this delightful and adventurous Everest Base Camp tour where you can release yourself with amazing sceneries of mountains that surround you along with the great hospitality of Sherpa the Highlanders of Himalaya, including the utmost service of Adventure Great Himalaya Treks & Expeditions expert guides and staff.

Why Trekking to Everest Base Camp ?

  •  Hiking up to the Base Camp of the highest mountain in the world.
  • Spectacular views of the mountain ranges such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Makalu, Mt.  Lhotse, and many more.
  • Exploring the Sagarmatha National Park, UNESCO world heritage site.
  • Walking to Khumbu ice fall and glacier along the way to the Everest Base Camp.
  • Exploring the oldest monastery of the Everest region, Tengboche Monastery.
  • Exploring Sherpa communities.
  • Climb to  Kala Patthar (5545 m) Overview of Mount Everest Sunrise and Sunset View

    EBC Trekking Difficulties

Trekking to Everest Base camp straight forward with good and wide path,  Walking 6, 7 hour each day from 7 am after breakfast to till 3, 4 pm.  Anyone who is reasonably fit will be able to complete this trek. There are no specific exercises for the trek, but some cardiovascular training is always recommended. You should start Cycling, hiking, swimming, climbing or hill walking at least two weeks before the trek.

The trek has a complete itinerary of 15 days and therefore fit for those who have a long holiday planned and want to trek a leisurely pace. The long trekking days also ensure that all the trekkers are properly acclimatized and relaxed even with a long day of trekking.

The risk of altitude sickness is always present. If you are taking some medication, you should consult your doctor for advice for trekking in such high altitude regions. A right level of fitness will make the trek pleasant and comfortable.

Here are More  information about EBC Trek difficult

Best Time to  Everest Base Camp Trekking

Arguably, the best time to  Everest base camp Trek is the autumn season of September to November. The trek of Everest base camp from late September to November has many perks.

Some of the major highlights of the trek include the spectacular view of the mountains, moderate trekking temperatures, and unobstructed views of the mountains. There might be some instances of unfavorable conditions which is quite common. The weather around the Everest Base Camp is quite unpredictable in comparison.

The amount of precipitation is quite less in lower elevations and snowfall is less as you move higher along the trail. You should always check for weather conditions before you start the trek and prepare accordingly.

Besides this, the small window from March to May is also a great time to trek the Everest region. The trails look beautiful, and the rhododendron flowers bloom well over the hills painting the hills red and pink. The Everest region has an excellent climate and weather, and the moderate temperatures make for a great trekking experience.

Everest Base camp Trek Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Kathmandu (1,396 m.)

Upon your arrival, proceed to the outside of airport terminal, our representative will wait for you to take you to the hotel which taking around 20 minutes. Please look for your name which will be shown on signage. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Accommodation:  3 Star Hotel ( Kailash Kuttee or Similar)
Meals : Dinner

Day 3

Trekking to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m., 6-hour trek)

Today, we start from Phakding and walk across the river to trek all the way through the area of rhododendron, blue pine forest and more which is really superb experience especially during the spring.

We go cross ways to the Dudh Kosi at Benkar and take pleasure from the scenes of snow-topped mountains Kusum Kanguru (6,369 m.), Thamserku (6,623 m.) and so on.

The way then becomes fairly difficult and includes a perpendicular climb to Namche Bazaar. You will now walk through upstream on flat land, on the bank, to the fusion point of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers.

After crossing one of the suspension bridges above the river, we will ascend to Namche Bazaar. We get the most amazing vivid opportunities of gigantic peaks -Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Taweche is visible. Overnight at hotel in Namche Bazaar.

Trek Duration: 6 Hour,
Trek Distance: 7 . 4  kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house With Private Bathroom

Day 4

Excrution Day at Namche Bazaar.

Today we will explore Namche Bazaar appropriate adaptation with the environment at the height. Namche is a prosperous village situated in a large protected hollow. And the amazing scene visible from here includes superb panorama of the Khumbu peaks and great views of Everest. Then, after having our breakfast, we also walk towards Thami (3,810 m.) over the amazing Bhote Khola River Valley or visit the national park headquarters to look at the strange displays of Sherpa culture and way of life. Over night at Lodge  

Free Day  : 4, 5 Hour,
Trek Distance: 2, 3 Kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house With Private Bathroom

Day 5

Trek to Tengboche (3,800 m., 5-hour trek)

We will today descend down through the Khumjung community and move to the major path to Everest at Shanasa. We will walk further to Trashinga and then move down to go across the Dudh Koshi at Phunkitenga (3,250 m.).

In the daytime, it is a wide and vertical ascend through fir, black juniper, pine, rhododendron forest and reach Tengboche Monastery. Here we can see gigantic peaks AmaDablam, Kantega, Mount Everest etc. We stay at Lodge in Tengboche tonight.

Trek Duration:  5 Hour,
Trek Distance:  5.9  kilometers
:    Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house

Day 6

Trekking to Dingboche (4,410 m., 5-hour trek)

We will walk slightly down through the forest of birch, juniper, fir and rhododendron at Debuche. Here we only steady way up but due to the elevation we have to speed ourselves increasingly all the way through the day.

After passing the Imja Khola, the trail heads to Pangboche where we can see the beautiful mountain of Ama Dablam. Then our route is to climb all the way through unwrapped alpine hillsides prior to another crossing of the Imja Khola and reach Dingboche. Overnight Lodge .

Trek Duration: 6 Hour,
Trek Distance:  9.1 kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house With Private Bathroom

Day 7

Acclimation Day in Dingboche.

Today you will have free for acclimation day.This day is rest day in Dingboche area. You can walk to explore Dingboche monastery and Climb to Nangkhartshang Peak (5083) while you are free for whole day. It is necessary to adjust with body and temperature in high elevation.

You can rest all the day with full of enjoyment of the panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, Tawache, Nuptse, Kwangde etc. Stay overnight in Lodge.

Free Day –
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house With Private Bathroom

Day 8

Trekking to Lobuche (4,920 m., 5-hour trek).

Today, we go away Pheriche and the trail goes up to the drain of the Khumbu. Then after an hour, the path mounts up to the Khumbu Glacier. Almost half of the climb to the moraine is Dughla. Moving ahead from Dughla the trail keeps on ascending steeply to the crest of the moraine. The path now moves on flat level on the west part of the moraine prior to arriving at Lobuche. Overnight Lodge 

Trek Duration: 6 Hour,
Trek Distance: 6.6  kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house

Day 9

Trek to EBC (5356m) and back to Goraksheph 8-hour

Today is the day you have been waiting for the whole trek. A majestic view of sunrise will wake you up in Lobuche. The segment to Gorak Shep will be a short one and you can be there in no time from here. Once in Gorak Shep, you can lessen your bags and continue to the Base Camp.

We will arrive back here as it is the closest settlement/teahouses to the Everest Base Camp itself. You have multiple snow- covered as well as glacial sections to complete before the base camp.

The Everest Base camp will be marked by a large stone with some dozens of yellow camps to be seen in the distance. You can enjoy a great time here and take some pictures for the memory.

The views of amazing peaks so close to you will also make this trek worth it. On your return, you can enjoy some scenic views of the valley below and the Khumbu Glacier. Rest after a long day back in Gorak Shep. Overnight at Lodge in Goraksheph.

Trek Duration: 8, 9 Hour,
Trek Distance:  11.5 kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house

Day 10

Hike to Kalapathar (5,545 m.) & back to Pheriche (4,240 m. 5-hour trek).

We will wake up early today to catch a glimpse of the sunrise view from Kalapather peak. It is one of the most popular natural viewpoints of the region to view Everest. Within a couple of hours of relaxed hiking from Gorak Shep, you will arrive at Kalapather.

The view of the Everest Massif alongside the Lhotse and Nuptse peaks unobstructed is mesmerizing. We will return to Gorak Shep for breakfast after some time in Kalapather. From Gorak Shep, it will take about 4 hours of leisure walk to reach Pheriche.
This small village is known to provide a peek at the Sherpa Lifestyle in Khumbu. Overnight at a Lodge  in Pheriche.

Trek Duration: 6 Hour,
Trek Distance:  9.5  kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house

Day 11

Trek Back to Namche Bazzar (3,450 m., 6-hour trek).

You will start the return trek to Namche Bazar from Pheriche today. The trail adds a new perspective to the EBC trek and you can enjoy a relaxed walk. Stop and chat with the locals and you will reach Namche Bazar in no time.

You can head out and celebrate reaching the Everest Base Camp here as Namche has tons of cafes, pubs, restaurants, and hotels serving trekkers. Overnight at a hotel in Namche.

Trek Duration: 7 Hour,
Trek Distance:  15 kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house With Private Bathroom

Day 12

Trek Back to Lukla (2,840 m., 6-hour trek).

The last day of the Everest Base Camp Tour offers you an opportunity to explore more of the local lifestyle in the Nepalese hills. In the small villages and settlements try the Himalayan delicacies and spend some time with the Sherpa community. Beside the Dudh Koshi River, you can have this magical view of the mountains of Khumbu one last time while trekking. Rest for the day after arriving at Lukla. Overnight at a  Lodge  in Lukla.

Trek Duration: 6 Hour,
Trek Distance:  8.1 kilometers
: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner ,
Accommodation:  Twin sharing lodge / tea house With Private Bathroom

Day 13

Flight back to Ramechhap - Drive to Kathmandu

The flights to Ramechhap  from Lukla are most likely to take place in the morning so be prepared. Once the plane arrives you can board it for another scenic flight back to Kathmandu.

After landing we will drive  back to Kathmandu, It takes about 4 hour,   Overnight at a
hotel in Kathmandu.

Meals : Breakfast
Accommodation:  3 Star Hotel ( Kailash Kuttee or Similar)

Day 14

Free day

Trekking in the Himalayas can come with some challenges and it is wise to keep some extra days in your itinerary. We have this day separated to handle any complications like flight cancellation, delay, bad weather, or similar factors during the Everest Base Camp Trek.


If everything goes according to plan, you have a brief Kathmandu sightseeing tour for you. Visit the major attractions, monuments, sites, and heritage sites that this lively city has to offer for travelers.

Meals : Breakfast,
Accommodation:  3 Star Hotel ( Kailash Kuttee or Similar)

Day 15

Departure from Nepal

Our team will take you to the TIA (airport) sometime before your departure flight. With some amazing stories, memories, experiences, and adventures from the Nepalese Himalayas and the Everest Base Camp trek you can return to your home with delight. Stay connected with team AGH for your next great journey in Nepal.

Meals : Breakfast,
Accommodation:  No

Transportation: –  Airport transfer

Cost Include/ Exclude

Service included

  • All Airport Transfer (Airport – Hotel – Airport)
  • 3 Nights  3 star Hotel in Kathmandu  with Breakfast
  • 3  Meals a day  during the trek  ( Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • Hot Drinks –Tea / Coffee
  •  11 Night Lodge to Lodge Accommodation in trekking,
  • All Necessary Trekking Permit ( Sagarmatha national park,Khumbu Local Tax and TIMS Permit)
  • Kathmandu  –  Lukla /  Kathmandu  Flight ticket Limit weight is 10 kg and hand- Cary 5 Kg
  •  Trekking Guide: An experienced, helpful, friendly English speaking trekking guide
  • Trekking  Porter – Carry your Luggage (One Porter for 2 members) No Porter for Solo Trekkers
  • Guide, Porter, Insurance
  • Trekking Equipment: Sleeping bag, Duffel Bag a.- Refundable after the trek.
  • Oxe -Meter- To Check your oxygen saturation and heart rating
  • Free Everest Trekking map.
  • Souvenir Company T-Shirt, Hat
  • All Government Taxes and Service charge.

Service excluded

  • International Air fair and Nepal entry visa fee
  • Travel insurance and emergency rescue evacuation.
  • All  the Drinks
  •   Wi- Fi, Hot Shower
  • Electronic device re-charge such as Mobile, Camera etc.
  • Tips

More Information

Lukla Flight & Weather

Lukla rests perfectly on a hilltop surrounded by mountains on all three sides. There are no direct roadways to reach Lukla from Kathmandu, only flight options. Plus, its airport is known as the world’s most thrilling one due to the short runway.And There are mainly  3 airlines are having regular flights to Lukla from Kathmandu.

Currently, flights are the only direct transportation available from Kathmandu to Lukla. So, the weather has a significant impact on its flight schedule. During dramatic climatic conditions, the chances of flight delay and cancellation are high.

Afraid of flight cancellation? Worry not, you can take helicopters  from Kathmandu to Lukla / or return  Kathmandu. The helicopter cost would be $350-$500 per person for one way flight.

Note: If the weather is worst and no visibility, helicopters also might not make flights.

So, the flights are only scheduled in the mornings because the weather is evident in the mountains at that time. A tailwind slowly builds up by afternoon, making it impossible to fly and navigate the landing.

Also, the visibility and seasonality add up to it. During monsoon, the rain clouds come into play with thunderstorms and wind, while in winter, the fog impacts the flight creating high chances of flight cancellations and delays.

Traveling during bad weather conditions is the worst scenario possible, so always read the weather forecast or travel during peak seasons. Weight restrictions: Flying  to Lukla, the weight limit is 15 kg per person,  You can carry maximum 10Kg of luggage and maximum 5kg of hand-carry. If you want take More than weight limit, it  will cost you  US$ 1  for  extra Kilograms .


Altitude Sickness & prevention

Typically, Trek  to Everest takes you above 5000m elevation. So, altitude-related sickness is the most common problem you face during this journey.

Most travelers think AMS occurs when you travel above 3500 m, and this trip begins from 2800 m altitude. So, the chances of altitude sickness are high during Everest Base Camp Tour.

Headache, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath are some of the usual signs of altitude-related sickness. If you start to detect any of the symptoms, inform your guide and follow their instructions.

When suffering from AMS, do not continue the trek; instead, stay in the same destination or head to lower areas.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is not an easy journey, but with some tips, you can make it a bit easier:

  • Do not consume alcohol or smoke cigarettes
  • Avoid eating meats in this trek as they are not fresh and hygienic.
  • Keep yourself hydrated by drinking 3 to 4 liters of water each day.
  • Walk slow and steady while covering 10 to 15 km each day.

Required Trekking Permit

Without trekking permits, you cannot complete your Everest Base Camp Tour journey. So, for this trip, you are required to carry two permits: Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit.

Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit costs NRP 2000; $20 (for all visitors). Likewise, Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit costs NRP 3000; $30 (for Foreigner) and NRP 1500; $15 (for SAARC).


EBC Trek Total  Distance

Everest Base Camp Trek, one of the iconic treks in the world, is about 130 km long in total. That means while you trek toward Everest Base Camp, you will cover 65 km. And 65 km more while returning from Everest Base Camp. You must cover a 130 km distance to complete it, starting and ending at Lukla.

The Everest Base Camp Trek distance is easy, moderate, or difficult. It depends on your experience level and preparation. If you have been on similar treks in the Himalayas, the trek’s distance is okay.

However, it can be a bit demanding and massive for beginners. You have to cover a distance of 15 km per day on average. The trail is rough, rocky, steep, slippery, and sometimes descends. The conditions might slow you down. Otherwise, 15 km a day is relatively easy. You’ll have around 6-10 hours daily to cover that distance. Come well-prepared to cover an average of 15 km per day. And you will have a walk of life.


EBC Trek Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance is mandatory if you want to begin your Everest Base Camp Trek. It is because no one can predict what mishaps can happen in the mountains, so having insurance covers these issues.

While choosing a company, make sure their plan covers all medical and travel problems like altitude sickness, emergency rescue, sprained ankle, and more. The insurance plan should be able to give you facilities like helicopter rescue, clinical attention, air ambulance, and so on.

Most importantly, many insurance companies do not cover treks above 4000 m, so make sure your cover trips above 5000 m altitude. With travel insurance, you can complete your expedition with no worries.


Guide for Everest Base Camp Trek

Trekking solo is possible for Everest Base Camp Trek, but we recommend not to because the routes are mentally and physically challenging. So, if you dislike traveling in groups, you can hire experienced guides for extra comfort and a stress-free trek.

Having a guide will not only help you with navigation, but they will also take care of your security and safety. They will be your closest companion who helps you connect with local culture and communicate with the people.

Trekking Porter – For Carry Your Luggage

Having a porter lessens your baggage weight, as they carry all your heavy belongings allowing you to enjoy the trek without feeling fatigued. They are also the locals of these areas, so they know many shortcuts. Porters are less expensive in comparison with licensed guides and a great companion with basic English speaking skills.

Tip for Guide, Porter

Tipping is a lovely gesture to service providers around the world. And it is no new in Nepal’s trekking trails. After loving the service of their guides and porters, trekkers want to offer some tips to them. Tipping is not compulsory, but it can surely make your porter and guide’s day. It is all your choice.

As it is optional, there is no exact number for tipping. You can give as much as you like. Still, if we have to help with how much to offer, we would suggest you a suggestion. If your trek is ten days long, you can give them around USD 10 to 15 per day as a tip. So you can use this rate to tip your guide or porter. That is a standard tip amount. If you can give more or less, that is no problem.

There is no need to tip your team every day. You can just complete the trip and pay them at last. Make sure the given amount goes into the hands of the right people. You can use an envelope to give a gratuity.

Hot Shower

Almost 95% of tea houses and lodges have a hot shower facility during the EBC trek. In lower areas like Namche, Phakding, you can quickly get a hot bucket or tap shower at a low price. However, the hot showers are expensive as you ascend above to Dingboche, Gorak Shep, Tengboche, etc. Getting running water is a challenge in the upper region, so bucket water is better.

How much Money Carry for EBC Trek?

Even though our package covers most of your costs like meals during the trek, accommodation, Guide, Porter, Lukla flight etc., it doesn’t cover your personal bills. So, you need to carry extra cash to pay for your beverages, restaurants, snacks, souvenirs, hot showers, and more.

Each day you might spend about $15 to $20, depending on your spending habits. So, carry the equivalent money for payment as the shops in the mountains do not accept visa cards or e-payment.

Toiletry and Room

Basically, Everest Base Camp Trek is a tea house trip, so all the accommodations provide simple facilities. The rooms are primarily twin-sharing, so you have to share them with other travelers. Each room consists of beds, pillows, and blankets, but they are warm and cozy.
As for the toilets, you find attached bathrooms in lower regions, but you only find shared bathrooms as you keep ascending.

 EBC Trek Equipment List

For the Everest base camp trek, The following Items are recommended  for every trekker ,  This List is only for Guide. There are numerous option brands and versions of each piece of equipment. EBC Trek Packing list

Booking & Cancellation

Before preparing for your treks, you should carefully read the booking terms and conditions. If you wish to book your trip with us you should send a completed booking form and a scan of your passport along with a 25% amount of the  trip.when you pay  deposit then your trip is confirmed.

The trip deposit can pay by online,  or  pay directly through the bank, they impose a service charge.

Please note that the initial booking deposit is not refundable if you cancel 45 days prior to departure

After receiving your documents, you get your final confirmation receipt.

Where are How to pay the remaining Balance?

You need to pay the remaining balance after arriving in Nepal. It is to be paid in USD or Nepalese rupees in cash before your departure. If you pay via debit or credit card, an additional fee of 13% will be charged to cover the tax and vat.

Cost & Date

Note: The below Price and Travel date is for the Group Join Basis. If you take private trip all travel dates are guaranteed. Private Trip

Start Date End Date Trip Type Price AVAILABILITY Booking
Fri, 15 Mar, 24 Fri, 29 Mar, 24 Group Join $ 1300.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
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How High is Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest Base Camp lies at the height of 5364 m above sea level. You begin the journey from Lukla at 2860 m altitude and reach the base, then return down.

How Hard Everest Base camp Trek?

The trek has a moderate level of difficulty that requires some determination and mental stability. Each day walking 5 to 6 hours in the off-beat steep terrains is harsh for beginners.
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When are the best months for Everest Base Camp Trek?

Generally, the trek is suitable throughout the year, but many prefer to visit during March, April, May, September, October, and November.

Is it necessary to have previous trekking experience?

No, it is not mandatory as we have many first-timers in our group, but having prior experience makes the trek easier.

Is the trek fit for everyone?

The trek is manageable by any trekker, whether they are beginners or experienced, as long as they are physically fit. There is no age limit inflicted for the Everest Base Camp trek.

Is this Himalayan trek safe for solo female travelers?

Yes, it is safe as our main priority is the welfare of our guests (both male and female). Our guides are always mindful of your whereabouts during the trek. In addition, we have a long, strong relationship with the lodges we visit, so they are reliable and safe as well.

Do I need to do Physical exercises for the trek?

It is best recommended to have a fit body, so do light exercise for this trek. You can go cycling, swimming, long-hour walks, running, etc.

What is the standard size of the trekking group?

We usually make small groups of 6 to 10 people as it is easier to travel and maintain continual contact. We also organize  Private  Treks for Solo , Couples  and family

What is your payment method for the remaining deposit? Do you take US dollars or credit cash after I arrive in Kathmandu?

Our company accepts all major currencies so that you can pay the balance with a cash. if you prefer to pay by Credit card, it will be 13 % charge.

How much Do i Need extra csh For EBC Trek?

Yes, we recommend you to carry around $300 to $400 for extra expenses. Our packages do not cover your bar bills, snacks, Wifi, charging costs at tea houses, and other fees.

Can I use the Credit card on the trekking routes?

Generally, the use of credit cards is still limited in Nepal, so there is no ATM after Namche. Thus, it is better to carry enough cash for the trek.

Is insurance compulsory? If yes, where can I acquire it?

Yes, insurance is a must for this trek, and acquiring them is your responsibility.

What should I pack for EBC trek?

Bring clothes and equipment depending on the season you choose for travel. You can know more about it from the packing list.

What is the weight limit?

The total luggage limit from Kathmandu to Lukla is 15 kg (33 lbs) with 10 kg (22lbs) for your main baggage and 5 kg (11lbs) for a carry-on.

What kind of lodging can we expect on this trip?

The trek is mainly tea-house lodging so that you can expect basic accommodation with home-cooked meals.

Why Should I travel with Adventure Great Himalaya?

Our company has a highly experienced group of guides for mountains and a great ground staff team for Kathmandu. We not only believe in completing the trek but also care about your safety and entertainment. Our friendly and skilled personnel have years of trekking experience with hospitality and medic training.

Is hiring a guide necessary even if I have previous trekking experience?

Yes, it is mandatory because we have full-time guides that have finished many treks successfully. They will add greatness to your trip and make it unforgettable.

Can your guide speak English?

Yes, all of our guides are fluent in English as they have to deal with people from around the globe. They have a friendly nature and are good at connecting with travelers.

Are all your trekking dates guaranteed to run?

Yes, we guarantee you the trek will run, so be assured while making the deposits. Most of our out dates sales fast during peak season compared to off days.

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Best Trekking Company for Everest base camp Trek

The services by AGH is always excellent and wonderful! I've trek with them on 4 different occasion (3 on EBC, Island Peak and one in Langtang) and without fail, I've…
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Everest Base Camp Trek - Melisa
Everest Base Camp Trek- Oct 2015

My sister and I decided we wanted to go trekking to Mount Everest Base Camp. Thanks to Adventure Great Himalaya we had a fantastic experience! It was everything we could…
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Everest Base Camp Trekking

Im Oktober 2010 lief ich zusammen mit drei Freunden den Everest Base Camp Trek. Unser Guide hiess Nabin. Er war nicht nur Jemand, der uns den Weg gezeigt hat, sondern…
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Wonderful trip , Professional Company

Trekking to Everest Base Camp was my lifetime ambitious. I fulfilled it in October 2011. It is my lifetime experience and my life’s most memorable moment. The moment I reached…
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