Trip Highlights
  • Distinguished Everest Base Camp on the lap of remarkable “Chomolungma”, Sagarmatha”.
  • Visiting the heart of Sherpa Village, Namche, Khumjung, Khunde, Pangboche and Dingboche
  • Explore the oldest and the biggest monastery of the region “Tengboche”.
  • Scenic views of the Himalayas from Kalapathar, Mt. Everest.
  • Close encounters with the incredible beauty of wilderness and wildlife

Everest Base Camp has marked its name as one of biggest trekking adventures to look forward to, grabbing the attention of hundreds of trekkers from different nook and corners of the world. Everest Base Camp Trek is a journey to the base camp of world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest, 8848m. The Everest Base Camp trekking experience provides you with a closers view of the astonishing Himalayan land and culture Everest Base Camp is indeed a one shot opportunity to stand in the shadows of the tallest mountain in the world.

Explore the most sought after trekking route in the region of Khumbu and be humbled by its wondrous glories.

The 17 days long trek to the Everest Base Camp trip kicks off with your arrival in Kathmandu followed by the complete historical and cultural Kathmandu tour before the engrossing the thrilling yet scenic flight to the famous Lukla airport which is known for its unique runway structure and elevation. For energetic adventure seekers who are not afraid to break a sweat, our full trekking support team will provide you with proper introduction of local cultures with practical encounters. The path rising from the gleaming waters of the Dudh Kosi River, to the heart of Sherpa community brings us closer to the welcoming village of Namche Bazaar. Situated at an altitude of 5,364 metres, the 17 days Everest base camp trek is an astounding alternative across the Khumbu valleys, hike through rocky outcrops decorated with prayer flags fluttering against dramatic mountain backdrops and an experience unparalleled Sherpa hospitality during our time period in the lap of Himalayas.

Along the trail every steps and curves you take brings an opportunity to be immersed in the beauty of dense forest, glacial moraines, endearing green foot hills and hospitality of lively Sherpa people. We will be making ascends nearby Kala Patthar, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makalu. This region is considered to be one of the best places to meditate with the beauty of Mt. Everest. You can see the panoramic views of the Himalayas and Everest. The 17-day Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary is designed for beginner trekkers who are in good health with average physical fitness. Acclimatization process is involved in between the trekking days in order to ensure the full enjoyment of our trek to the Everest base camp with fewer troubles and a lot more adventures. This trip might seem challenging but it is equally rewarding and you will indeed enjoy the experience as you make your way through the dense jungle scented with wilderness, the views of Himalayas with several peaks, the culture of Sherpa People and some other glorious wonders. For over two decades, Nepal Nomad has been treading this route and blends as an outstanding trek through an untouched wilderness with a gradual climb, allowing you to fully adapt at your pace to the higher altitudes while trekking to the foothills of the mighty Everest's, Everest Base Camp.

At Nepal Nomad trekking, you can meet our experienced climbing crew who were born and bred on rugged mountains. Our team includes all the members with the same goal to provide an amazing trekking experience. The reason why you should trust us and our trekkers is here. Join the venture now to any massive peaks and you will certainly be pleased with the journey. If you are searching for a specific or different mountain to climb then contact us at Nepal Nomad. We can give you tailor made Everest Base Camp trekking itinerary that will be suitable according to your time for the listed peaks or any other peaks that may excite. We will be replying within 24 hours of your inquiry. We as a Team of Nepal Nomad promise you that you will have an amazing journey while we go through the paths and hardships.


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On the first day of your arrival in Kathmandu, you are welcomed with a lovely accommodation .Following; a per-trek briefing will be scheduled on the trekking program alongside any last-minute arrangements shall be discussed. You will get familiar with the hike down the streets for its splendor. Later, in the evening you will be heading to an excellent Nepalese Cuisine dinner known for its healthy ingredients. Hence, the day is ended with your first overnight in the valley of Nepali people, its authenticity and culture.

  • Meals: Welcome Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1300m

Using Kathmandu as your home, take a day trip and explore around on an organized sightseeing tour to world heritage sites including a visit to an ancient and beautiful Bodhnath Stupa known for its unique structure and as the biggest shrines in the world. For a more lighthearted day, a visit to Pashupatinath, situated on the banks of the holy Bagmati River which is considered as a home to the hundreds of thousands Hindus people identified as the famous Hindu temple across the country.

Here, we will see Hindu holy men (sadhus) and pilgrims performing ritual bathing, and occasionally, funeral pyres burning on the Ghats. The cremation site here is open to all the citizens of Nepal that begins with royalty to the simple man on the street. The same afternoon you will be free to relax to hotel garden or take a visit Thamel for some last minute shopping. Later, trek departure information will be provided.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1300m

On day 3, in the early morning we take the fantastic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla at 2827m. Built by Sir Edmund Hillary and the Sherpas in the mid-1960s, the flight time is about 40 minutes to the airstrip. This flight of true vision in space gives you box office views of some of the highest mountains in the world, right from the window of your plane. After successful landing, we will have time to explore the village while the Sherpa crew sort out and load the trekking equipment.

In the afternoon, we begin the trek by descending towards the Dudh Kosi River, where we join the main trail to Namche Bazaar, just above Chaurikharka at 2713m. The walking is easy and after passing through the small village of Ghat at 2550m, it’s a short walk to the first local village of Phakding where we’ll crash out for the night.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea.
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Phakding
  • Altitude: 2652m

Starting off from Phakding, we cross the river and head up valley where we’ll see porters from the south ferrying supplies to Namche. The path accumulates close to the river valley and is lined with beautiful blue pine and rhododendron forest that is real beautiful in the months of spring when the flowers are in stunning colorful bloom.

We cross the Dudh Kosi at Benkar where there are earliest glimpses of the snow peaks Kusum Kanguru (6369m) and Thamserku (6623m).Eventually; it is only a short walk to Monjo (2835m) where we arrive in time for lunch. Later, in the night, we spend our time in Monjo with the afternoon free to do some exploring around the village. The day has been well planned to keep it short to aid acclimatization, a very important process in your buildup to the bigger climb in the days ahead.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Manjo
  • Altitude: 2835m

On day 5, the hiking is pretty roughshod and includes the steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. From Monjo, it is a brief walk to the entrance of the National Park before we cross the Dudh Kosi to Jorsale at 2805m. The trek advances upstream on generally flat terrain, crossing back to the right bank, to the confluence of the Bhote Kosi and Dudh Kosi rivers. From here, we begin the steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. After crossing a broad and stable suspension bridge high above the river, we slowly ascend at a steady pace towards Namche. Amazing photographic opportunities can be found as the peaks of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam and Taweche (6542m) come into view for the first time. After reaching at the capital of the Khumbu region - Namche, we’ll have lunch and the afternoon is free to bargain in the shops for 'Tibetan' artifacts, or relax and marvel at lovely surrounding landscapes.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Namche Bazar
  • Altitude: 3446m

We remain at Namche for a second night to allow for proper acclimatization to get our bones set for the higher elevations to come. Namche is a bustling prosperous village that’s now become more like a town, situated in a large protected hollow. It achieved its importance during the period when Tibetan salt was traded for the lowland grains of Nepal. This day, a limited amount of trade subsist at Namche and Tibetans are often seen in the village trading rugs and Chinese-made goods, clothing, salt and dried meat. It is suggested that you take the opportunity to see both the sunrise and sunset views from the National Park Headquarters above the village. The view is marvelous and offers a superb panorama of the Khumbu peaks with great views of Everest. After breakfast, there are a number of choices: perhaps a walk towards Thami (3810m) above the scenic Bhote Khola river valley, or a visit to the National Park Headquarters to see the intriguing displays of Sherpa lifestyle and culture. You can see a mountaineering display and details of the park’s flora and fauna. Your guides will be on hand to offer advice and escort you on your walks.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Namche Bazar
  • Altitude: 3446m

The path outlines around Khumbilya's lower slopes, moving through lovely birch forest and on to treeless, grassy slopes to a stupa-3992m on top of a rocky ridge at Mongla. Eventually, the eyeshot of the mountains is magnificent. Across the valley, Phortse can be seen and a chocolate box village set in a patchwork of stone-walled fields. You descend on a series of switchback trails to the Dudh Kosi River, 300 meters below, at Phortse Bridge from the stupa & cross the Dudh Kosi and for overnight under a moonlit night you ascend to the village of Phortse.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Phortse
  • Altitude: 3850m

In distinction to Phortse, we go up through the high ridge of Imja khola. On the way keep an eye open for Blood and Danphe Pheasant, Musk Deer and, high on the steep slopes of the valley, the Himalayan Thar. Gradually moving upwards and downwards to the village of Pangboche where the peak of Ama Dablam dominates the skyline. Lunch will be taken here and perhaps sight the beautiful monastery that once housed the legendary Yeti scalp. In the noon, our route ascends gradually, high above the Imja Khola, passing the tea houses at Orsho before crossing the Imja Khola and old glacial moraines to our lodge in the settlement of Dingboche.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Dingboche
  • Altitude: 4084m

On day 9, starting from Dingboche we head up through the village, following the Imja Khola valley. The climb is gradual, crossing small streams, through open alpine pastures with fine views of Island Peak at the head of the valley. We will make it to the Chukhung lodge in time for lunch, with the afternoon free to rest and acclimatize. If you feel boosted enough, you can head up the valley towards the old moraines that flow down from Lhotse. The sight of the massive Lhotse Wall and Ama Dablam are particularly impressive hereabouts.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Chhukung
  • Altitude: 4780m
After a sunny breakfast in the morning, we ascend the small ridge behind the village above the Pheriche valley. From the Chorten at the top, the Taweche and Cholatse (6440m) peaks make for a striking scene as they seem to lean forwards from across the valley in the west. To the north, Lobuje Peak (6119m) and the snowfields of the Cho La dominate the skyline. The walking is now fairly flat on wide-open fields, but do take your time and ensure you are well hydrated. We cross the Khumbu Khola at Dughla (4620m) in the morning, and have a light lunch at the foot of the huge moraines of the Khumbu Glacier flowing off Everest. In the noon, there is a solid and quite steep climb on a rocky trail to the top of the moraines. On the peak of the ridge, we pass a line of memorial cairns which were built in memory of the Sherpas and climbers who have died on various Everest expeditions over the last 50 years.

From here there are magnificent sights of Pumori 7145m, Lingtren 6697m, Khumbutse 6623m, and, across the border in Tibet, Changtse 7550m, can be seen at the head of the valley. Everest is still concealed behind the towering walls of Nuptse and Lhotse. We comply the valley stream to our lodge at Lobuje. Today is a taxing day but the fantastic scenery makes it all very worthwhile. In the early afternoon we arrive, if you still have some energy and conditions are clear, a walk up onto the large ridge at the rear of the inn can reward you with even more fabulous views.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea.
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Lobuche
  • Altitude: 4930m

After Lobuche, we comply the broad valley running parallel to the Khumbu glacier. A gradual climb enables you to build the slow, steady rhythm required when walking at high altitude. Once we reach the moraines of the Changri Nup Glacier we make a series of small ascents and descents over a rocky trail lined with cairns that leads eventually to the startling glacial sands of Gorak Shep where we will stay overnight. We’ll arrive in time for lunch and a quick rest before setting off for Everest Base Camp. The path can sometimes lead in difficulty to follow so keep an eye on your guides and fellow trekkers on this section.

The trek to base camp can be achieved in around three hours. In the popular climbing period of March to May if you are trekking, we’ll almost certainly encounter yaks and porters supplying food and equipment to Everest expeditions. From base camp we do not get views of Everest but we will be able to see the notorious Everest Ice Fall that flows from the Western Cwm. This is considered as the technically hardest and most dangerous section of the mountain.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Gorekshep
  • Altitude: 5160m

In the early morning, we will make a steep ascent to Kala Patar. You will need to begin very slowly and try to ascend at a steady rhythmic pace. Our aim, Kala Patar, is the rocky hilltop below Pumori. It is a difficult walk due to the altitude but the view from the top is a spectacle to remember for a lifetime. It might take a good hour and a half to reach the summit from Gorak Shep, although lower viewpoints will provide views almost as good. We are surrounded by Pumori, Nuptse, Changtse, Ama Dablam, Taweche, Kantega and Everest. The area of Everest Base Camp can be seen in a bowl at the bottom of the Khumbu Ice Fall about 3kms away in distance and some 200m below. For most of the trekkers, reaching Kala Patar is a very emotional experience and it is worthwhile spending as long as you can to relish this special moment. The climb back down to Gorak Shep is easy.

Today it is downhill most of the way, as we retrace our steps to Duglha and descend to Pheriche. A trekkers’ aid post here by The Himalayan Rescue Association has and it is quite interesting to visit. After finishing lunch, we cross the Khumbu Khola on a wooden suspension bridge and follow the valley to Pheriche. The climb downwards through Lobuche to Pheriche and on a clear day, there are still stunning views of silver grey mountain landscapes that gleam in the sunshine.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea.
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Pheruche
  • Altitude: 4252m

After Lobuche, we retrace our steps to Dughla. It seems much quicker and easier going down. To our ascent, we take a distinct path following the wide alpine valley covered in scrub juniper through to the temporary settlement of Phulung Karpo (4343m) and then to Pheriche for the evening. A Trekkers' Aid Post can be seen here, supported by the Himalayan Rescue Association which, although not manned year round, is well worth a visit if open.

We cross the Khumbu Khola after Pheriche, and ascend a short steep trail to the top of a small ridge for great views of the Imja valley, Ama Dablam and Kantega. We move downward to the small settlements at Orsho and Shomare, where we have lunch and later pass through Lower Pangboche to reach the suspension bridge over the Imja Khola River and backtrack our steps to Deboche and Thyangboche.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea.
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Tangboche
  • Altitude: 3875m
After the early breakfast, we move downward steeply through beautiful forests of juniper, rhododendron and fir to Phunkitenga. Following a welcome break and perhaps a cup of tea we cross the Dudh Kosi, and climb upward to Trashinga.

The route contours above the valley through Shanasa and its then a gradual walk to Namche Bazaar where we have lunch and descend to Manjo for an overnight stay.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Manjo
  • Altitude: 3440m

Today is our last day of trekking. It’s only a brief walk along the valley before we make the final climb up to the airstrip at Lukla. Lunch is served at our lodge and the afternoon is free for you to wander around, relax or perhaps have a hot shower! In the evening, we’ll have a farewell dinner followed by a few celebratory drinks. We could perhaps try some ‘chhang’ {mountain beer brewed from fermented rice, its healthy enough to give it a go. We dance to some Sherpa dance steps with our Sherpa crew who we’ve come to know so well over the weeks. Generally, it’s been a beautiful and a happy trip on these rugged but lovely mountains; we then enjoy a great meal and hit the sack in blissful sleep under a moonlit starry sky…what a wonderful world!

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
  • Accommodation: Lodge
  • Place: Lukla
  • Altitude: 2800m

On day 16, we get up early in the morning to be ready for the arrival of your aircraft for the flight back to Katmandu. We will meet at the airport and shall be transferred to hotel. Please remark, our flight will be subject to good weather for the sake of our overall safety.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch.
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1300m

On the final day, feel free to relax until your departure or to commence any additional trips or activities you may have booked. You’ll be transferred to the international airport in time for your return flight home if you are departing.

  • Meals: 1 breakfast
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Place: Kathmandu
  • Altitude: 1300m

What's Included

  • 3 night's standard accommodations in Kathmandu on BB plan .
  • All meals as specified for trek (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
  • All internal local transport as per the itinerary.
  • Internal l flights from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu for client and trek leader.
  • All trekking arrangements including trekking permits, national park entrance fees, accommodation in twin sharing local basis lodges or best available places for accommodations, trek leader and porters-salary, insurance, food, accommodations and other allowances.
  • Trek bag, basic first aid kit carried by your leader. No single supplement is required in Kathmandu or in the mountain.
  • Arrival airport pick and departure drop.
  • Kathmandu food-lunch and dinner, International flights from your home to home.
  • Airport taxes, car, taxi or van, visa fees, medical examination (if required) and vaccination costs, personal expenditure, all bar bills, laundry, telephone calls, hot shower in the mountain, mineral water, sweet deserts, we recommend bringing Water purifier and neutralizer tabulates to reduce your cost of traveling and to become responsible traveler.         
  • Tipping for trek crew (driver, trek leader and porter-tipping is not mandatory but expected).
  • Meals or drinks except 3 meals or not specified in the itinerary, personal clothing and equipment, travel insurance, optional trips.     
  • Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond Nepal Nomad's control.
  • Anything not specified in the cost includes section.


Trip DatesAvailabilityPrice  
23 Feb, 2020 - 10 Mar, 2020AvailableUS$1800
28 Feb, 2020 - 15 Mar, 2020AvailableUS$1800
29 Feb, 2020 - 16 Mar, 2020GuaranteedUS$1800


Experience Required:

A good level of fitness and experience of mountain walking is required for the Everest Base Camp trekking. These tend to be longer treks with some more difficult days, some of which may involve walking at increased altitudes and more difficult terrain. Occasionally, there may be a longer day when negotiating the more challenging sections such as a mountain pass or viewing peak. Altitude may range up to 5000 meters.

Pre-Trip Meeting:

Prior to set off to Everest Base Camp Trekking, we host a Pre-Trip meeting here in Kathmandu office on the 2nd day of your itinerary which starts in the evening during the dinner and introduce your trek Leader. It is an opportunity for individuals to ask questions about your Everest Base Camp Trekking as well as introduce yourself to one another.

Equipment Check List:

The specified basic equipments check lists should help you with your packing. Remember to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. At the start of the trek your packed trek bag should not weigh more than 20 kg.


For the head protection: Sun hat or scarf - Light balaclava or warm fleece hat - Sunglasses with UV protection.

Lower Body: -

Under Garments - Hiking shorts - Lightweight cotton long pants - Light weight hiking thermal bottoms - Fleece or wool pants – Waterproof trekking trousers -

Feet: - lightweight thin inner socks - Thick, warm wool hiking socks - Hiking boots with spare laces - Camp shoes – Gaiters (optional)

Upper Body:-

As for the upper body’s shirts – Hiking and light weight thermal tops - Fleece jacket or pullover - Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional) - Waterproof shell jacket - Down vest and/or jacket - Base layer shirts - Warm jacket (down)*

Hands: - gloves that are Lightweight - Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer.


Sleeping bag (comfort rated –10ºC)*- Sleeping bag liner - Head torch with spare bulbs and batteries - Small pad or combination.

Trekking Bags: - Large bag for keeping items dry inside trek bag, Daypack 250 to 30litres. - Thermarest sleeping pad - Water bottles - Water purification tablets.

Basic First Aid Kit: - Antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Imodium), altitude (Diamox), painkillers, plasters and blister treatment, insect repellent, and re-hydration salts (Dioralite). Glucose tablets and multi-vitamin tablets are also a good idea.

Toiletries:- 1 medium sized quick drying towel - Tooth brush/paste - Multipurpose soap - Deodorants - Nail clippers - Face and body moisturizer - Feminine products - Small mirror - Wet wipes - toilet roll/Tissue Extras - Antibacterial hand wash

Luxuries - Binoculars - Reading book - Trip Map/Guide book - Trekking poles – Camera - Repair kit: needle, thread, duct tape.

A typical day:

At 6.30 am your Sherpa knocks on your door with a cup of good morning tea. Time for the Breakfast, tight up your bag pack and head off for today's trekking hiking for the next three to four hours then at pleasant spot we shall stop for an hour along the way for a well-prepared hot lunch. Later, a walk another three hours or so before you stop for the over night. The evening can be spent reading or chatting with your fellow hikers or trekking crew about the trip of the day. An asset can be pack of games to these nights; your trekking crew love teaching various Nepali card games and learning new Western games. Eventually, it's time to bed for a well deserved night.


While at the Everest Base Camp Trekking, lodging options are limited so please do not expect the Ritz! Nepal Nomad utilizes simplistic family run lodges, with a large sociable central dining area and a cozy chimney burning fire. Lodges are on a twin share basis and we recommend you use your own sleeping bag. Accommodations in the Everest Base Camp Trekking tend to have shared bathroom facilities and you may not always have access to a shower. Regardless of the lack of facilities, these lodges certainly have a rustic charm, most are blessed with spectacular views and being family run operations, they offer a great insight into the daily life of the Mountain people.


Nepal Nomad's booking terms & conditions of joining Everest Base Camp Trekking includes that you must be fully insured with medical, emergency rescue evacuations including trip cancellation insurance which should cover over 3000m to 6000m.

Altitude Sickness:

Itinerary of the Everest Base Camp Trekking is designed to ensure that there is plenty of times for adequate occurs as a result of acclimatization and cases of mountain sickness are rare. The common Symptoms are headaches, nausea, irregular breathing, insomnia and the swelling of fingers and glands. Medical Treatment is to descend to a lower altitude as quickly as possible which normally results in rapid improvement and recovery.


On Everest Base Camp Trek, three meals on full board basis will be provided (Nepali, Sherpa, and Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Chinese and Indian cousins). Every day dinner and breakfast will be placed and taken in the same lodge you spend over night but Lunch will be taken on your way to next village. Farewell dinner, breakfast and reception will be provided in Kathmandu.



Everest Base Camp trek is regarded as one of the challenging treks in the Solukhumbu region of the country, however, it can be attained by any enthusiastic individual who seeks keen interest in travelling and trekking and is ever ready to pour their dedication on the trekking process. Similarly, the walks won’t last for more than eight hours a day which means 8 hour is the maximum time limit for a day’s trek and normally 5-6 hours of walk is carried out in each day with challenges in accordance to the route and weather.

Of course! Your shoes are what lead you all throughout the route and walking with the support of good shoes will provide you the best trekking experience.

What’s more? Remember quality socks. Glad feet equivalent an upbeat trekker, so search out an open air and gear store that will assist you in getting admirably fitted, reasonable, tough and agreeable shoes that will last until the end over the long haul.

We don't have an itemized preparing program as it is hard to prescribe a general program that applies to everybody. The preparation you ought to do as per your plan for the EBC trek relies upon your present degree of wellness and any physical ailments.

Every person is prone to altitude sickness in a way or another, while the only difference can be the physical fitness and immunity in accordance to different individuals. Through our several experiences, we've discovered that including carefully coordinated acclimatization days into the trek, has helped trekker’s adjust with climate and heights pretty easily in comparison to those treks done in the absence of acclimatization days.

However, the common Symptoms of altitude sickness are headaches, nausea, irregular breathing, insomnia and the swelling of fingers and glands. Medical Treatment is to descend to a lower altitude as quickly as possible which normally results in rapid improvement and recovery.

In the case of an emergency, there are bounded medical facilities on the course, yet our aides convey a full medicinal pack and are prepared broadly on the best way to utilize it. We likewise convey compact elevation chambers, which are helpful in the event that somebody is experiencing AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) yet can't be emptied because of terrible climate. The wellbeing of our voyagers and team is our main need. On the off chance that a kindred trekker in your gathering needs to plunge, at that point an associate guide would go with them. We have bunches of care staff on the trek, so the individual sliding would be very much cared for, and won't affect on the remainder of the gathering's experience. In a extreme health cases, helicopter evacuation is managed.

A few housing have charging stations accessible for little electronic gadgets, for example, mobile phones, cameras and battery packs, however will frequently come at an extra expense.

The best time for EBC trekking is autumn (September to December) and spring (March to June). As these seasons are the time where we will get amazing views and the temperatures will also get hotter which will be good for trekking EBC. But winter and monsoon trekking can also be done with extra preparations.

No, you do not get to stay at Everest Base Camp for overnight as it doesn’t have proper facilities and thus, has not been permitted. Rather, you remain at Gorak Shep where you stroll into base camp for a day trip.

Yes, you can safely leave your any excess gears in Kathmandu hotel.

Dress Simple. For the individuals who wish to wear shorts, ensure the shorts spread your knees. For those that are agreeable in stockings, have a long top over them. Keep in mind, we are visitors going through these towns. Neighborhood individuals may feel humiliated, for them and for you, in the event that you dress improperly.

There are various stores you can trade cash directly down the road in Thamel. You can exchange Nepalese rupees from five to one thousand. There are likewise ATMs accessible for use in fundamental urban areas including Kathmandu, Pokhara and Namche; be that as it may, ATM expenses are pertinent, which might be in extra to what your card or bank supplier may charge.

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