Bespoke Everest Base Camp TrekBespoke Everest Base Camp Trek

Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Duration17 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude 5,643 m
  • Group Size 2-10+
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu
  • Activity Trekking
  • Best Season Mar - Jun and Sep - Dec

Travel to the foot of Mount Everest in luxury on this Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek. Amazing scenery, thrilling adventures, and lifelong memories await you on this journey. Traveling over unforgiving landscapes of snow-capped mountains and verdant valleys in the Everest region will teach you what it means to test your limitations. Imagine yourself in the presence of the Himalayas, home to the world's tallest peak, at their base. You'll get closer and closer to your destination, Everest Base Camp, with each stride you take. This custom trip will be one of a kind, letting you discover the trail's hidden treasures at your own speed. This incredible adventure is meant to test and motivate you, whether you're a seasoned hiker or just starting out.

The Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek combines adventure and luxury to give you an unforgettable encounter with the Himalayas.

At a glance

  • Luxury lodges with all the comforts of home and breathtaking mountain views are strategically placed along the trail.
  • Trek through verdant rhododendron groves, quaint Sherpa settlements, and tranquil mountain scenery.
  • Experience the finest cuisine while surrounded by stunning mountain scenery.
  • Meet the welcoming Sherpa and get insight into their fascinating culture and history.
  • Your safety, comfort, and pleasure in the trek will be taken care of by professional guides and support workers.

Overview of Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek

Luxury travelers looking for something above the standard Everest Base Camp Trek will appreciate the Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek cost. This trip has been planned to perfection, turning the classic hike into a luxurious adventure unlike any other in the Himalayas.

You may expect to stay in luxurious hotels in Kathmandu and upscale lodges in the trekking regions. The highlight of the journey is seeing the dawn over Everest from Kala Patthar, an event made all the more magical by your comfortable accommodations. The Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek goes above and beyond, providing a journey that is both extraordinary and sumptuous.

The Everest Base Camp Trek Preparation Process

Planning and preparation are essential for a safe and successful hike to Everest Base Camp. Before you go out on the path, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Obtaining the appropriate travel documentation, such as visas and permits, is a priority before beginning your journey. The TIMS (Trekkers' Information and Management System) Card and the Sagarmatha National Park Permit are required for entry into the park. In order to visit the Everest region, you will need one of these permits, which will verify your commitment to the area's conservation and preservation activities.

The next step is picking the perfect season to go to Everest Base Camp. The local environment and weather will have a major impact on how well your trip goes. Stable weather and great views of the mountains make spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) the most popular times to go trekking. The hike, however, may be done at any time of year, and each season has its own special rewards.

It is recommended that you undertake an intensive fitness program prior to starting the journey. Adequate preparation will guarantee that you are both physically and psychologically prepared for the demands of the Everest Base Camp trip. Some examples of this include running, weightlifting, and other endurance sports. As an added bonus, you can get used to the burden of your backpack by hiking with it loaded up before your actual trip.

Essential gear and equipment for the trek

The key to a successful and pleasant journey to Everest Base Camp is packing the correct clothing and equipment.

Purchase a sturdy pair of hiking boots with strong ankle support and enough cushioning for extended days on the trail. If you want to prevent blisters and pain, you should break them in before your hike. Dress in layers because of the wide range in temperature that may occur in a single day in the Everest area. Layers of clothes are useful because they enable you to adapt to different temperatures and humidity levels. A high-quality sleeping bag is required for a restful night's sleep at the trail's teahouses. Make sure it's lightweight and warm enough for chilly weather. Pick a backpack that can hold all your gear and is strong and light. A good starting point is 40–50 liters. The straps and the waist belt should be cushioned for ease of wear. The use of trekking poles is highly recommended since they help hikers maintain their balance and prevent falls, particularly on steep inclines and declines. They are great for relieving stress on the knees and enhancing stability.

Preparation for a Hike to Everest Base Camp Training and Health

It is essential for a successful and pleasurable Everest Base Camp trek to prepare your body for the physical demands of the journey. 

Improve your cardiovascular health with workouts like jogging, cycling, swimming, or brisk walking. Exercise for at least 30 minutes, five days a week, at a moderate level. To increase your strength and stamina, you should do strength training activities regularly. Train your upper body, core, and legs equally, since you will be using all three extensively on the trail. To get your body ready for the long hours of hiking, do some endurance-building exercises like hiking or utilizing a stair climber machine. As your fitness level rises, you should start with shorter sessions and work up to longer ones. Practice trekking while carrying a heavy pack to get used to the weight and discomfort you'll feel on the Everest Base Camp hike. As your strength and stamina improve, you should increase the weight you're carrying. If you have the opportunity, you should include altitude training in your workout routine. Hiking at higher elevations or utilizing technologies that simulate altitude are two options for achieving this. The risk of altitude sickness may be mitigated by altitude training, which helps the body adjust to the lower oxygen levels seen at higher altitudes.

The Best of the Everest Base Camp Hike

The journey to Everest Base Camp is an incredible opportunity to see and do incredible things.

Namche Bazaar is a bustling town in the center of the Khumbu area and is often referred to as "the gateway to Everest." Visit the Sherpa Museum and the local markets to learn more about the fascinating history and customs of the Sherpa people. Tengboche Monastery is one of the most important monasteries in the Everest area, and it can be found at an altitude of 3,867 meters. Take in the breathtaking vistas, see the monks at prayer, and marvel at the complex architecture. Kala Patthar, at an altitude of 5,643 meters, is the best vantage point in the world for seeing Everest and the other peaks of the Himalayas. Experience the magic of waking up to the sun rising above towering mountains and capturing the scene in images. Everest Base Camp, at an altitude of 5,364 meters, is the journey's final goal. When you make it to base camp, you may finally stand in the shadow of Mount Everest, the tallest mountain on the planet. You will have several chances to meet and talk to Sherpas on this journey. Experience Sherpa culture firsthand by learning about and eating traditional Sherpa fare and developing a profound respect for their tenacity and determination.

Encounters with other cultures on the trail

The Everest Base Camp hike is not only a chance to see stunning scenery but also to learn about the fascinating culture and history of the Sherpa people.

As you go through the area on your journey, you'll come across a number of quaint and interesting Sherpa communities. Visit these rural areas to learn about the culture and customs of the residents and experience rural life for yourself. If your journey happens to fall on the same day as a traditional Sherpa celebration, count your blessings. Experience the rich tradition of the Sherpas by taking in their vivid festivities, colorful clothes, and exciting dances. There are several Buddhist monasteries in the Everest area, each providing a serene retreat from the surrounding peaks. Take in the spiritual atmosphere of these monasteries by visiting and seeing the monks perform their daily rituals. Treat your taste buds to the delectable tastes of Sherpa cuisine, a fusion of Tibetan and Nepalese cooking styles. Sherpa cuisine will satisfy your hunger and your taste buds with its substantial soups, stews, momos (dumplings), and butter tea.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp Obstacles & Difficulties

The journey to Everest Base Camp is a psychologically and physically taxing ordeal that calls for fortitude, resiliency, and planning.

One of the major difficulties of the journey is the high altitude. The air grows thinner, and the oxygen content lowers as altitude increases. The result might be acute mountain sickness (AMS), high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE), or high altitude cerebral edema (HACE). Altitude sickness may be avoided with appropriate acclimatization and awareness of the warning signs. The topography of the Everest Base Camp hike includes steep inclines and declines, rocky pathways, and limited tracks. Physically hard and requiring cautious navigation are the suspension bridges, freezing portions, and moraines you'll face. Temperatures and precipitation levels in the Everest area are prone to dramatic swings for no apparent reason. During the winter months, it is particularly important to have a plan B in case the weather turns bad. The climb to Everest Base Camp takes a lot of time and effort, with many days consisting of 6–8 hours of walking. This calls for physical and mental toughness, particularly on the most difficult parts of the course.

Precautions and safety measures

During the hike to Everest Base Camp, your safety should be your first priority.

If you want to make it back alive, hiring a professional trekking service is a must. They will provide you with experienced guides and porters so that you can relax and enjoy the ride. It's good for your health and prevents altitude sickness. Get lots of water and stay away from alcohol and caffeine. Your guide is a seasoned expert with in-depth familiarity with the area. Pay attention to what they say, do what they say, and let them know if you have any questions or concerns. You should always have a well-stocked first aid box on you with necessary drugs, bandages, blister treatment, and any personal prescriptions you may need in the event of an emergency. The Everest area has a delicate ecology; therefore, it's important to leave as little of a footprint as possible. Leave no trace of your visit, recycle, and be respectful of local customs and laws.

Why Nepal Nomad with a bespoke trip?

The best way to make sure that a tough trip like the one to Everest Base Camp fits in with your interests and luxury is to go with a Nepal Nomad-customized experience. If you want to make the most of your time in the Himalayas, a customized trek is the way to go since it enables you to go at your own speed and choose your own schedule and add-ons. 

Having access to knowledgeable guides who are well-versed in the area is another perk of a custom journey. These tour guides will show you the route and tell you interesting facts about the area's history, geography, and culture. Along the way, they will serve as guides, counselors, and friends, elevating the quality of the whole experience.

Your place to stay the night and refuel after a day of hiking will be an opulent resort. Your comfort and convenience will never be compromised in order to have a once-in-a-lifetime adventure where five-star comfort and the excitement of discovery blend perfectly.


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As you travel to Nepal and arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport, you can't help but feel giddy at the prospect of finally seeing Mount Everest, the largest snow behemoth on Earth. After you have completed all the airport formalities, a member of our team will be waiting to welcome you. A private car will transport you to your hotel, where you can rest and recover from jet lag. After a briefing on the hike, you'll sit down to a traditional Nepali meal as our way of saying hello.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Hotel
  • Time:1 hour
  • Meals:Welcome Dinner
  • Walking Distance:20Km
  • Transport:Private Car

The nation's capital is the beating center of the nation. Each destination has its own unique feel because to its ancient civilizations, rich history, pure customs, and complex architecture. Kathmandu Sightseeing takes visitors on a tour through the richness of the nation, home to multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as we make their way through the city's winding alleyways and lively crowds.

Swayambhu Stupa:

Traveling through the city will lead you to the serene mountaintop where the Swayambu Stupa sits, its giant eyes painted on a white sphere stupa, watching over the city and guiding our Buddhist endeavors. Hindu temples inside the stupa symbolize communal faith.

Bouddha Stupa:

The largest Gautam Buddha stupa was built by an elderly woman and her four sons. Mandalas form the foundation of Bouddhanath, and "Kora" rituals are performed around the peak by devotees. The property is made more attractive by the shining peak and the colorful prayer flags.

Pashupati Temple:

An ancient Shikhar-style temple on the sacred Bagmati Khola, Pashupati Temple is a Hindu holy spot where Lord Shiva is worshiped. Death in the Hindu religion is marked through ceremonies performed close to a temple.

Kathmandu Durbar Square:

Durbar Square in Kathmandu is a living museum of Nepal's past. Kathmandu Durbar Square is remarkable due to its vast courtyards, golden temple, and beautiful woodwork arts found in the brick palaces that formerly housed the monarchs.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Transport:Private Car

After packing up and leaving the hotel, you will be transferred to the nearby airport, where you will catch your aircraft to Lukla. It's best to schedule our flight for when the weather is clear and calm to avoid any potential delays. You'll have chills all over during the flight to Lukla, much like on a roller coaster. As soon as you touch down, the porters will be assigned your bags, and you'll be on your way to Phakding. Following Dudh Koshi, views of Mount Kongde (6187 m) and Kusum Kanguru (6367 m) open up along the way to Phakding, making for a breathtaking hike. You will be staying the night in a luxurious lodge.

  • Max. Altitude:2652m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Transport:Flight

After a quick breakfast in Phakding, you'll take a stroll over the Dudh Koshi Suspension Bridge and continue your journey downstream. You may rest and recharge in the natural splendor that surrounds the pathways planted with pines and rhododendrons leading up to the traditional village of Monjo, where the 6,608-meter-tall Mt. Thamserku and the 6,367-meter-tall Mt. This three-hour hike is a great way to acclimate to the higher altitude and get a taste of the mountain life. Get some rest and a hot dinner at the lodge before your next adventure in the woods begins tomorrow.

  • Max. Altitude:2835m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

A fresh day of hiking in the presence of beautiful landscapes that inspire you to explore the great outdoors Leaving Monjo behind, you continue on your way to Namche Bazaar. Once you've made it through the raging glacial rivers, you'll be at the Sagarmatha National Park entry, where your Travel Permits will be examined and your arrival in the area documented. Your guide will handle all of the formalities at the inspection stations. You descend to Jorsale, at an altitude of 2,805 meters, where the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers converge. As you approach Everest's residence, you'll get your first glimpse of the snowy queen. Namche Bazaar is a popular destination because it provides easy access to a variety of lodging choices as well as restaurants, marketplaces, and the rich culture of the Himalayas.

  • Max. Altitude:3446m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

In order to acclimate to the high altitude, we have planned a rest day on Day 6 at Namche Bazaar. Your expedition will be severely hampered by altitude sickness if you try to go to high altitudes too quickly. Namche Bazaar, in Khumbu, is a bustling market town with brightly colored roofs that is framed by the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, including Lhotse (8,516 meters), Nuptse (7,861 meters), Ama Dablam (6,812 meters), and Taweche (6,542 meters), a sight so pure you won't want to close your eyes. You may also ascend to the world's highest hotel, the Hotel Everest View. The sunset may be seen from the park's main visitor center in the evening. You will check back into your lodge that evening, have supper, and retire for the night.

  • Max. Altitude:3446m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

The vistas of the Himalayas throughout today's walk are quite spectacular. Some of the Himalayan giants you may expect to view on your journey are Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kwangde. This journey is unlike any other since it takes you through a grove of juniper and rhododendron while massive peaks tower above you. Tengboche, a Sherpa settlement, is today's last destination. From Tengboche, you may get an up-close look at Ama Dablam, widely considered to be among the world's most stunning mountain peaks. In the distance, the massive Tengboche Monastery can be seen, which the biggest Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu area is.

Go to the monastery and let the peace wash over you. The monks' chanting and humming will put you in a trance. The golden light of dawn and sunset, especially on snowy mountains like Ama Dablam and Thamserku, is a sight not to be missed.


One has the option to choose Phortse as a destination from Namche. Following breakfast, one will go towards the paths located on the southern slopes of Khumbila. The term "Khumbila" may be interpreted as the "Deity of Khumbu," serving as the ancestral god of the Khumbu Region. As one proceeds through the rhododendron trees, they will pass the rocky ridge located at Mongla. Individuals may begin to exhibit symptoms of altitude sickness throughout their ascent. It is advisable to proceed at a comfortable pace, avoiding excessive exertion and allowing for periodic rest intervals. The activity of trekking through elevated agricultural areas characterized by enchanting scenery leads one to Phortse, the ultimate destination for the day.
Subsequently, go to Dingboche the next day.

Please note that if you want to take Phortse as a destination from Namche, you can request for customization.


From Namche Bazaar, you may take a helicopter straight to Everest Base Camp. You will be flying to Everest Base Camp in a private helicopter right after breakfast. You will be able to see Kala Patthar (5,545 meters) and Everest Base Camp from a bird's-eye perspective. The majestic peaks of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Khumbutse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam will be there in front of you. Once the chopper has landed, you'll have around 15 minutes to explore the breathtaking area and take some incredible pictures. Then get back on the chopper and go.


Please note that if you want to take a helicopter from Namche Bazaar to Everest Base Camp, you will need to choose add-ons.

  • Max. Altitude:3860m/3850m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Moving further, you'll cross the plains and the Imja Khola (River) on your way to Pangboche. There is the highest concentration of Sherpas living permanently in this town. An great day is guaranteed by both the natural ambience of a Sherpa village and the delicious local food. It's best to start making your way toward Dingboche in the afternoon. Amazing views of Island Peak and Ama Dablam might be a highlight for some.

  • Max. Altitude:4084m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We stay an extra day in Dingboche to get used to the thinner air. A common halt for travelers on their way to or from Ama Dablam and Mount Everest. Hike to Nagarjun Hill (5,100m) in the vicinity of the hamlet for acclimatization after breakfast. This is a straightforward ascent with no tricky parts. You'll want to be careful when you climb through certain places due to the presence of loose rocks. However, there is minimal technical climbing involved, and the only real danger comes from the high altitude.

Nangkatshang, also known as Nagarjun, is one of the greatest vantage points in the Khumbu area, and it gets its name from a Buddhist hermitage that sits atop the hill. Amazing views of Makalu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kantega, Thamserku, and more can be seen in every direction. The best views are of Ama Dablam and Island Peak, both of which may be seen in their entirety. The Imja glacier is also visible from this vantage point.


You may also want to spend the night at Chukhung. Two to two and a half days is all it takes to go from Dingboche to Chhukung. Chhukung Ri (5,546 m) is a peak worth climbing for the stunning panorama it provides of the Himalayas in all directions. Lhotse (8,501m), Makalu (8,463m), Nuptse (7,879m), Imja Tse/Island Peak (6,189m), Barunche (7,220m), Amadablam (6,814m), Thamserku (6,608m), Kawangde, and many more can be seen in the distance.

You will need to descend to Dingboche the next morning.

Please note that if you want to stay overnight at Chukhung instead of Dingboche, you can request for customization.

  • Max. Altitude:4084m/4,730 m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

From Dingboche, you may go close to the trails leading to Lobuche while taking in the breathtaking scenery of the Chukung Valley. Now that you've reached a higher level, the pathways will need a lot of energy from you; utilize it wisely. There are natural rocky, angular, and difficult routes that lead to the crystal-clear ice of the Khumbu Glacier. After continuing your journey on the dry, sandy lines and fording a river, you will eventually reach the town of Thukla. As you navigate the winding roads to Thukla Pass, you'll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the Khumbu Glacier, Nuptse 7861m, Pumori 7145m, Lingtren 6697m, and Khumbutse 6623m. Thukla is a tiny village with a few resorts that only provide the most basic of amenities. Sleep well at one of the local teahouses.

  • Max. Altitude:4930m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

This day marks the fulfillment of a lifelong dream to stand atop the highest peak on Earth. The goal of your trip from the very beginning has been to reach Everest Base Camp (EBC), and that is where you plan to spend the day hiking.

 Despite the inherent challenges and the laborious nature of the current walk, it is a really stunning and unforgettable part of the overall backdrop of the journey. A reduction in physical strength is possible as altitude climbs and oxygen levels fall. Take your time, do things the right way, and follow all the rules. Travel time to Gorak Shep might be as little as a few hours. It's recommended that, upon arrival, you get some refreshments before making your way to the appropriate teahouse, where you may leave your luggage. The next step is to begin the climb to Everest Base Camp.

Take part in some hiking near the Khumbu Icefall. Stones and loose gravel litter the ground immediately around you, so be careful where you put your feet. Awe and amazement are in plenty while seeing the Khumbu Glacier and icefall on the lower slopes of Mount Everest. The last ascent to Everest Base Camp offers really breathtaking views that are perfect for photographing special moments.


Those who possess a greater amount of available time or are unable to visit Everest Base Camp on the same day have the option to allocate a day for leisure and exploration in Gorak Shep, followed by embarking on a walk towards Everest Base Camp on the next day.

Please note that if you want to take a day for leisure at Gorak Shep, you will need to choose add-ons.

  • Max. Altitude:5,364m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Following the morning meal, go towards Kala Patthar, a well-known vantage point inside the Everest Region. The summit of Kala Patthar, situated at an elevation of 5,550 meters, is the highest point of the climb. Given that the summit of Mount Everest is not readily visible from Everest Base Camp, it is customary for trekkers to undertake a journey to Kala Patthar in order to get a proximate vantage point of the highest mountain on Earth.

Kala Patthar is surrounded by glacial barriers formed by the prominent peaks of Mount Pumori, Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse. Experience a panoramic perspective of the majestic Himalayan mountains, offering a comprehensive 360-degree vista. Observe the incandescent beams emitted by the sun as they illuminate the rugged summit of Mount Everest, as viewed from the vantage point of Kala Patthar. Subsequently, go back to Gorak Shep and start the descent towards Pheriche.


Upon experiencing the aesthetic allure of Kala Patthar, proceed to descend towards Gorak Shep. Subsequently, the traveler will embark on a helicopter, which will facilitate transportation to Lukla. This is an opportune moment to express appreciation and say goodbye to the committed support personnel who have followed you throughout your endeavor. Upon boarding the helicopter, prepare yourself for an enthralling airborne encounter as you ascend above the formidable summits and see the immensity of the Khumbu and Nzogumpa glaciers.

After arriving in Lukla, there will be a short layover prior to proceeding with the flight to Kathmandu. Or even go directly to Kathmandu from Gorak Shep on a helicopter.

For more information go EVEREST BASE CAMP HELI TREK

Please note that if you want to take a helicopter from Gorak Shep to Lukla or Kathmandu, you will need to choose add-ons.

  • Max. Altitude:5550m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Upon departing from Pheriche, one traverses the downhill sloping trails and encounters a suspension bridge constructed across the Imja Khola. Subsequently, one proceeds along the designated pathways that lead to the Tangboche Monastery. The monastery, known as Dawa Choling Gompa, is among the oldest and most notable monasteries situated in the tranquil Himalayan region, surrounded by Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. The individual will spend the day resting at a well-facilitated lodge located in Tangboche.

  • Max. Altitude:3875m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

It's another day of hiking, but the routes are becoming easier now that you're not at such a high elevation. You'll ascend to Trashinga after navigating through dense juniper and rhododendron trees and the enormous Dudh Koshi Khola. To get to Namche Bazaar, a bustling Himalayan market surrounded by the majesty of the mountains, you'll first pass through a charming Shanasha town. You may conclude your day at Monjo by heading in that direction and then descending on your own from Jorsale.

  • Max. Altitude:3440m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Enjoy the clean air and beautiful scenery in Monjo before setting off for Lukla. After a short hike through the wilderness with gripping views of Kusum Kangaru, you will reach the town of Lukla. Since you will be leaving the Everest Area tomorrow, you might choose to relax or sightsee. Start getting ready for the flight tomorrow night so you don't forget anything.

  • Max. Altitude:2800m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

When the weather is poor, flights between Lukla and Kathmandu are often delayed. You will take a flight to Kathmandu today if the weather permits. A 30- to 40-minute flight over the jagged Himalayas in such a small plane is an experience you won't soon forget. You will be met at the airport upon arrival in Kathmandu and sent directly to your Hotel. Here you may take it easy for a bit and recharge so you can see more of Kathmandu later. Carry Away Handmade and lovingly crafted things from Nepal, such as Lokta paper arts and crafts, Pashmina items, wood carvings, and bronze sculptures. Tomorrow you will be going back to your home country, so make sure you have all of your belongings packed.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Transport:Flight

It's hard to believe that the adventure sports season is coming to a close today. Our team will get you dropped off at the airport in plenty of time to check in and clear security without having to hustle. We hope to see you again soon and appreciate being included in your trip's extended family.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Luxury Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Transport:Flight

Route Map

Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek map
What's Included
  • Transportation on the ground, in a private luxury car, to and from the airport and the hotel
  • Three nights in a luxury hotel and breakfast during your stay in Kathmandu
  • Luxury lodges and full-board meals throughout the trek
  • Kathmandu sightseeing with a knowledgeable and fluent English guide
  • All the appropriate papers and permits, including a Sagarmatha National Park pass, a Tims Card, a Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry permit, and fees
  • Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and return, as specified in the itinerary
  • Salary of guide and porter
  • Medical Kit
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu in an authentic Nepali restaurant
  • All applicable government and local taxes
What's not Included
  • International flight fare
  • Nepalese visa fee
  • Travel insurance
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal Trekking Equipment
  • Personal expenses 
  •  Tips for guide, porter and driver

Dates & Availability

The provided software serves as a template that we provide. Nepal Nomad engages in trekking activities during all four seasons, including monsoon, autumn, spring, and winter. Trekking may also be undertaken via customized itineraries that are tailored to accommodate individual preferences or with the flexibility to choose a desired departure date.

It is important to acknowledge that a trekking excursion of this kind is susceptible to unforeseen adversities associated with mountainous weather conditions, local political circumstances, and transportation logistics, among other factors. These elements are beyond the control of Nepal Nomad, and thus, may necessitate modifications to your planned itinerary. To get further information on the departure date of the trip, individuals may contact our organization or refer to the aforementioned list of departure dates.

Add-Ons & Options

Enhance Your Journey with Exclusive Services:

  • Helicopter from Gorak Shep to Luka: US$5000
  • Helicopter from Gorak Shep to Kathmandu: US$7000
  • A day for leisure at Gorak Shep: US$200
  • Extra Porter: US$200
Good to Know

Careful preparation and consideration of different elements are necessary to assure your safety and comfort during a journey to Everest Base Camp. To help you get ready for your trip to Everest Base Camp, we've compiled the following "good to know" list

Physical Fitness

Due to the high heights and varied terrain, the journey is strenuous. It is advised that you prepare for the journey by engaging in regular cardiovascular and strength exercises.

Permits and Documentation

Acquire all required documentation, including a Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and a Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card.


There are areas of the path where mobile network coverage is accessible, however, it may be unreliable. You may want to think about bringing a satellite phone in case of an emergency.

Weather and Climate

Even at popular hiking times, the weather might be iffy. Expect chilly weather, wet weather, and maybe even snow.

Environmental Considerations

Make sure your hiking trips have a minimal effect on the environment. Don't throw anything away; instead, take it with you.

Photography and Charging

As charging options may be few or expensive, it's a good idea to bring extra batteries and a power bank for your camera.

Always keep in mind that the hike to Everest Base Camp is no easy task and that you must be well-prepared in order to have a safe and rewarding trip. Keep everyone's well-being and the local culture and environment in mind at all times.

Bespoke Everest Base Camp Trek FAQs

  • About 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) above sea level is where you'll find Everest Base Camp. It's the jumping-off location for expeditions to the top of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. The trip to Everest Base Camp is one of the most well-known in the world for its breathtaking scenery.

  • The cost of an Everest Base Camp journey varies greatly depending on a number of variables, such as the degree of luxury and services given, the length of the journey, the time of year you travel, and the number of add-ons and activities included in the package. A typical trek to Everest Base Camp might cost anything from $1,500 to $3,500 USD per person.

    A luxury Everest Base Camp Trek will generally cost more because of the better-quality lodgings, individualized attention, and other facilities that are included. Depending on the amount of comfort and privacy provided, a high-end trekking trip may cost anywhere from $3,000 to $6,000 per traveler.

    Bear in mind that these are ballpark figures that may or may not alter over time.

  • The months of March through May and September through November are ideal for making the journey to Everest Base Camp on foot. Beautiful sunny days, mild temperatures, and a riot of blooming flowers characterize springtime. You'll find less people on the trail in the autumn than in the spring, and the weather will be stable and the visibility will be excellent. Trekking to Everest Base Camp is best at certain times of year, whether your preference is for busy routes or peaceful scenery.

  • Yes, while Wi-Fi is normally accessible on the Everest Base Camp Trek, its quality and availability might vary greatly depending on where you are. 
    Along the trail, you may connect to the internet at a number of teahouses and hotels for a certain cost 
    Luxury treks, on the other hand, only use high-end lodges and hotels known for their consistently excellent Wi-Fi. Some hotels may even provide visitors with their own Wi-Fi cafes or zones.

  • It usually takes between 12 and 17 days to finish the Everest Base Camp Trek. From Lukla, you'll travel about 130 kilometers (80 miles) to numerous communities, including Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Lobuche. The ultimate goal is Everest Base Camp, located at an elevation of 5,364 meters (17,598 feet), with a side trip to the viewpoint at Kala Patthar. The hike provides a chance to acclimate while also exposing participants to a wide variety of scenery and ways of life.




  • The difficulty of the Everest Base Camp Trek is around average. Consider how difficult breathing would be at a height of around 5,364 meters (17,598 feet)! The resulting altitude sickness is unpleasant at best. And the route itself is a hodgepodge of steep inclines, precipitous descents, and nerve-jangling suspension bridges. It's a fun ride for your lower body! In order to overcome these obstacles, you should go at your own pace, allow your body time to readjust, and seek guidance from someone more experienced than yourself.


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