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Duration : 16 days
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Max Altitude : 5545m
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Trip Highlights

At Everest Base Camp, you can spend the night in the Himalayas.
A look at how climbers live at base camp
Trekking to Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar will give you amazing views of the Himalayas.
Tengboche monastery, one of the ancient and big monasteries of the Khumbu region
Explore the beautiful Sagarmatha National Park's wide range of plants and animals.
Get close to Mount Everest, which is the tallest mountain in the world (8,848m).
From Everest Base Camp, you can see amazing views of snow-covered peaks and the area around them (5,364m)
From the best spot on Kala Patthar, you can see the sunrise over Everest and the other mountains.
Tengboche monastery is one of the region's old and large monasteries.

Overview

Embark on the ultimate overnight adventure at the Everest Base Camp.

The Everest Base Camp Trek including an overnight stay at the base camp is an exhilarating and fascinating experience that takes you through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the Himalayas, which provides you an unforgettable and unique viewpoint on the tallest mountain in the world. This trekking experience will acquaint you with some of the most Himalayan scenery and astonish you with the rich culture and stunning beauty of the Khumbu region.

A scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla will typically start the journey while the trekking adventure officially starts when trekkers depart from Lukla. Trekkers then leave Lukla and set about on a multiday journey through spectacular Sherpa villages facing dense forests and high altitude terrain as they gradually ascend towards Everest Base Camp.

Along the gateway to Everest, known as Namche Bazaar, trekkers also have the opportunity to strike through some of the endearing mountain villages, Tengboche, the home to a famous Buddhist monastery with phenomenal view of Everest and other nearby peaks like Thamserku and Ama Dablam. The vibrant prayer flags fluttering in the wind will provide you inner peace while your stamina and resilience is being tested by the challenges getting more and more tougher as the trek progresses.

The panoramic views Khumbu Icefall will amaze you with the majestic Everest rising above it as you reach the highest point on the trek (5545 meters), called Gorak Shep. But the ultimate highlight remains Everest Base Camp itself, which is awe-inspiring as you face the challenges to navigate rocky terrain and glacial moraines to reach the base camp situated amidst the colossal Khumbu Glacier at an altitude of around 5364 meters (17598 feet). You’ll face more physically demanding challenges such as rugged and maestic land scapes, rocky paths and snow-capped peaks looming overhead as the trek progresses.

Spending a night here is a once in a lifetime experience where you witness the peaks painted by sunrise in golden hue, the star studded sky, and the feeling of icy breath of the mountains while sharing moments with trekkers from around the world creating memories that will last forever. Standing at the base of the world’s highest peak will worth all your struggles and challenges you faced throughout the journey.

After spending a memorable night at the base camp, trekkers make their way back to lower altitudes enjoying a different perspective of the valley and appreciating the scale and beauty of landscapes. You can also visit cultural landmarks, delight in breathtaking mountain scenery, and interact with local Sherpa communities on your way back.

However, trekkers require meticulous preparation and physical fitness for this trek. You must be aware of the potential risks of altitude sickness, weather conditions, and other challenges you have to face. It’s a journey of self-discovery that connects you with the raw power of nature.

So, if you’re prepared to challenge yourself with a journey of self-discovery, connect yourself with the raw power of nature,  witness breathtaking landscapes from mythical peak Everest, then the Everest Base Camp is an ideal choice to create a wonderful lifetime memory. This trek will provide you unforgettable glimpse into the world of high altitude, help you push your limits and leave you awestruck.

 

Itinerary

As you arrive in Kathmandu, you'll be greeted and welcomed by our airport representative. After you are under our care, we will make sure that your travel needs are taken care of. We will help you check into your respective hotel as there are no scheduled activities for the day. You can choose to walk around the neighborhood or rest in your respective rooms. 

Accommodation
Kathmandu Suite Hotel
Distance
10km
Time
30min

Waking up early in Kathmandu, we grab breakfast and prepare for the trip to the airport and from there to Lukla. Even the trip to Lukla is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Because of the airfield's great altitude and geographical position, there is only a remarkable 530 meters between the ends of the runway. At Lukla, we meet the porters who will be helping us with our luggage during the trip. 

From Lukla, we begin our trek to Phakding for a breathtaking glimpse of Kusum Kangraru and a lush, verdant environment.  The trip officially begins as we trek through the National Luminary Pasang Lhamu Memorial Gate. The Police will record our presence on the route at the entrance. We finally reach Phakding after walking over suspension bridges, trekking beside the Dudh Koshi River, and stopping briefly to drink, eat and refresh ourselves. Our hiking guide will assist us in choosing our lodgings at the teahouse in Phakding.

Depending on when we reach the village a bit of exploration of the village and monasteries can be in order. 

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
6km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
3-4hr
Descent
3km
Ascent
1km

Waking up early in Phakding, grabbing breakfast, and providing our luggage to our porters, we walk on the trail to Namche bazaar entering the Sagarmatha National Park. We will need to get out a permit to enter the park at Manju. The walk will mostly be downhill in the beginning and we will be walking through dry forest trails, rhododendron forests and stone steps, and large mani stones. After lunch at Jorshalle,  we begin ascending through woods of Himalayan pine and cedar. Crossing a prominent suspension bridge we might get our first glimpse of Mt. Everest depending on the weather and clarity.  We will cross numerous suspension bridges on our route to Namche including the fabled Hillary Bridge, one of the highest and largest bridges in the Khumbu region. We follow the Dudh Koshi to the renowned settlement of Namche Bazaar. 

Namche is a historic commercial settlement where Tibetan and Nepalese merchants barter textiles, dried meat, and salt. Namche continues to be the principal trading hub in Khumbu, drawing traders from the Himalayas and the lowlands in addition to being a wonderful place to purchase traditional products. You'll stay in Namche for two days to acclimatize, tour nearby markets, and spend time with your colleagues. We get our first looks at Everest and other peaks while hiking. Includes breakfast, lunch, and supper while staying at the guesthouse.

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
16km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
5-6hr
Descent
1km
Ascent
7km

The entire day has been set out for acclimatization as we push 3000m above sea level in altitude. Minor symptoms of low oxygen may appear for some travelers but our body will eventually get accustomed to this.  After grabbing our breakfast, we move towards the Sagarmatha National Park Museum where you will be able to see antique climbing equipment, old photographs of the various previous climbers, flora found in the region as well as the memorandums of Tenzing Norgay and Hillary during their climb. Besides the hall of the Museum lies an Army Camp.  From the museum, we head to Everest View Hotel. Within the many ridges in the region, we see clear views of the Thamserku and other mountain peaks. Lophophorous, the national bird of Nepal, and numerous Yaks are found in the region. From the Everest view hotel, we can grab refreshments and view the numerous mountains we saw along our trip much closer and with an amazing view. The mountains seen from the hotel include numerous peaks including  Kong De, Kusum Kangaru, Thamserku, and the most beautiful mountain of Ama Dablam. We also get a glimpse of the route we will be taking tomorrow. The mountain of Khungdi La also seen from the hotel is considered holy and thus forbidden to climb. Walking now to the Sherpa village of Khumjung where there is a school established by the Hillary Foundation. A monastery in Namche Bazaar houses the scalp of the elusive Yeti. Namche bazaar offers plenty of exploring options for local shopping, refreshments like coffee and cake, and much more. 

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
4km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
3 - 4hr
Descent
1.8km
Ascent
1.8km

After eating breakfast, we'll get ready, take our trekking poles, and start moving in the direction of Tengboche. We will take pleasure in strolling around level terrain on a hillside with lovely views of Ama Dablam and glimpses of Everest. After that, we primarily descend through lovely rhododendron forests and cross a stunning suspension bridge to reach Phunki Thangka, where we will be having lunch.

We will also be able to see a stupa built by the Tenzing Norgay foundation as well as another stupa built under the name of Pasang Lhamu Sherpa the first female climber of Nepal. After walking some more, we reach Kyangjuma where the routes going to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Ri separate. 

In order to see Mount Everest, the consistent and simple path descends at Pungki Thanka deep into the Dudh Koshi Valley. From there, it climbs the right slope of the Dudh Koshi valley to Tengboche Monastery. Tengboche is considered by many to be one of the best viewpoints in the entirety of the Khumbu region. The Khumbu's spiritual hub is here at Tengboche. Although the climb is strenuous, the breathtaking views of Mount Amadablam and, on a clear day, of Mt. Everest and its neighboring summits like Tobuche, and Chola Che, more than makeup for it. The Tengboche Monastery opens in the evening where they conduct a short ritual which will be an absolutely amazing spiritual experience. 

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
9km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
4-5 hr
Descent
2km
Ascent
4km

We grab breakfast early in the morning. Walking along ridged trail routes.  There are several tea houses and lodges that offer boarding and accommodation. We can stop at one of these tea houses for a short break and rest and drink up to rehydrate and re-energize ourselves. After crossing a river we ascend slowly where we might see animals like the Thar, Musk Deer, Yaks, and horses. At the top of the incline, there is an elaborate gate with a large boulder in the corner with a large snake inscribed on it. 

 We continue our journey over steep, windy, and dusty terrain until we reach Lower Pangboche. After around an hour's walk from Lower Pangboche we reach Samare where we grab our lunch for the day.  Descending through lovely forests, we cross the Imja Khola, and enjoy views of Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Lhotse, and other peaks. Here the routes going to Pheriche and Dingboche are separate. Moving towards the Dingboche route, large trees can be seen to be spareser around the area. Eventually, we reach areas where we will not be able to see any trees in the area. Climbing to a viewpoint we see Taboche, and Chola Che. Today's trek may be the most efficient as we won't lose altitude as much as on other days. The route then continues through pastures to Dingboche, also known as the "summer valley." From Dingboche we see the first view of the fabled Island peak. 

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
9km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
5-6hr
Descent
500m
Ascent
6kmn

Being able to wake up and see the Himalayas from your hotel room is a very fantastic feeling. Waking up to sour second acclimatization day, which would involve a 6-hour hike to an elevation of 5100m. There are two options for the acclimatization walk during the day, one is to climb Nagerjun hill and the other is to Chhukung. The more preferred route is the Nagerjun route as when you climb Nagerjun, a hill on the sides of the Chhukung valley just above Dingboche, after breakfast. The primary idea in acclimatization is to sleep low and ascend high.

Option 1: Climb to Nagerjun 

 The occasionally steep footpath makes for a physically demanding day. At this altitude, climbing the hill may take up to five hours. Never before seen views of Lobuche East (6119m), Lobuche West (6145m), Taboche Peak (6367m), Thamserku (6608m), Kangtega (6685m), and Ama Dablam are available from this height (6856m). On a clear day, you might even be able to see Makalu, the fifth-highest peak in the world, which offers stunning views over the Pheriche Valley. 

Option 2: Chhukung Valley

Following the Chhukung river, we reach the village of Chhukung where we can grab lunch and spend time in the village. If we want we can also travel to the start of the trail that leads to Island Peak. Trekkers wishing to climb the Kongma La usually stay in the village of Chhukung. Views of Lobuche, Taboche, and Thamserku are also seen from the valley. 

 

After a little break, you begin the ascent back to Dingboche, which takes around two hours. Take a well-earned nap after lunch since when the sun sets over the mountain summits, the temperature may drop quickly. A second night will be spent in Dingboche as well. 

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
4km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
3 -4 hr
Descent
2km
Ascent
2km

Today's journey begins with a direct ascent to Dingboche Hill as we explore the area around the Phirinche Valley, after which our trekking guide will lead you for one to two hours via progressively steeper slopes to Thukla Dhugla where we have our lunch. The trek to Dughla via a wide valley floor, passing the trekkers' aid station at Pheriche (4240 m). Western doctors serving as volunteers on this journey are assisted by the Himalayan Rescue Association, which also provides medical care and advice to hikers. We hike to the top of the hill seen from Dhugla. We feel as though we are in heaven once we reach the summit because the Himalayas are all around us. We also see many memorials with embedded memories of climbers who lost their lives on Mount Everest. This memorial shows the true reality of mountain climbing and which is quite risky even if properly trained.  Walking further takes us to great views of Lobuche peak and walking for a bit more we reach out teahouse at Lobuche.  After a short rest at Lobuche, we go for a short hike to a viewpoint from where we see the Khumbu glacier and our destination for the next day the Everest base camp. From the viewpoint we see mountains like Pumori, Lobuche, Chinri, Lola Mountain, and others. After spending some time in the viewpoint we return back to our guest house for the night. The sunset view is amazing at Lobuche.

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
9km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
4 - 5 hours
Descent
1km
Ascent
6km

We are able to witness the golden rays of the sun lighting up the majestic Himalayan Mountains during the break of day when we are positioned in Lobuche. This entrancing scene imprints itself instantly into both your mind and your own being. After there, we will continue on to Gorakshep, which is located at an altitude of 5,181 meters and is a Sherpa town with a few simple lodges strewn about. Ascending the little hill known as Kalapatthar (which literally translates to "black rock") will take us to what many consider to be the most breathtaking vantage point in the entire Khumbu Region. It is possible to complete the task in a single day; however, the high altitude may provide some challenges. At its apex, we will have an up-close and personal experience with the formidable Mount Everest. On top of that, we have unrivaled views of the entire Khumbu Glacier, which is located below us and can be seen from our vantage point. After making some incredible memories while we're here, we'll make our way back to Gorakshep.

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
9km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
5 - 6hr
Descent
2.5km
Ascent
4km

It’s the ultimate day of our trip but since we are spending a whole day and night at Everest base camp, there is no rush to leave our sleeping bags early in the chilly morning. After a leisurely breakfast, we begin our trek to Everest Base camp, which begins with a trek across the extremely loose sand of Gorakshep's dry lake towards the Khumbu Glacier. Similar to the trail to Gorakshep from Lobuche, this one is easy and gently ascending, although the altitude makes it strenuous. On a clear day, Khumbu Icefall is visible (one of the major obstacles Everest climbers need to conquer on their Everest expedition). The trail reaches the crest of the ridge and continues north along the mountain ridge until the dead end at the end of the glacier. If it is Everest climbing season (April to May), colorful tents can be seen at Everest base camp. We reach the Everest base camp, which is marked by piles of rocks, strings of prayer flags, and a few signs. From Everest base camp, we view Lingtren (22,142 feet / 6,749 meters), Khumbutse (21,867 feet / 6,665 meters), Nuptse, Lhotse, and the Khumbu Icefall, but not Everest. Yes! But we have an entire day to explore beyond Everest base camp! If you regain strength after this tough ascent, ascend closer to the Khumbu Icefall. The desire to approach the mountains will restore your strength. From the Everest base camp, appreciate both the sunset and sunrise views across the Himalayas. Observe the expedition lifestyle at Everest base camp and spend the night with some courageous Everest climbers! Camping at Everest's base camp is thrilling! There's a chance you won't sleep well tonight, but the sleepless night will be well worth it.

Accommodation
Tented camp
Distance
4km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
3-4 hr
Descent
500m
Ascent
1km

Following breakfast, we make our way back in the direction of Pangboche. We make our way down through some difficult slopes till we reach Pheriche. After continuing along the same path that we took to get here, we arrive in Lobuche. Further Everest, which is the highest point on the planet at 8,848 meters, towers directly ahead of the climber, and on all sides loom the giants such as Nuptse, Pumori, Chagatse, Lhotse, and countless other mountains. The ascent is difficult, but the climber is rewarded with the most magnificent mountain panorama. After a speedy descent to Gorakshep, where we enjoy a sizzling breakfast, we continue our journey in the direction of Pangboche. Spend the night in bed and breakfast. We arrive with breakfast, lunch, and dinner already included.

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
19km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
7-8hr
Descent
11km
Ascent
2km

We get up really early in the morning, have breakfast, and then immediately get started on our hiking activities for the day. As we swiftly descend to lower heights, we are able to realize that it is significantly simpler for us to breathe. From Pheriche, we follow a new path all the way down to Samare (the trail that we did not use before to trek up). Before we arrive at Pangboche, we have a pleasant walk through the settlements of Orsho and Samare, where we are treated to views of the Ama Dablam mountain range. As we make our way down from Samare to lower heights, we are able to observe the return of the vegetation. After leaving Pangboche, we make our way through the Imja Khola and join the old path that led to Everest Base Camp. After about two hours, we arrive in Tengboche, which is where we will have lunch for the day. The route to Namche is not very difficult because it consists of large descents with sporadic ascents. The climb up to Tengboche is one of the more manageable ones throughout the journey. We make our way down to Pungki Thanka, then make another strenuous ascent to Kyangjuma. From there, it's an easy walk along the Imja Khola to Namche Bazaar at the end of the day. In Namche Bazaar, we can purchase drinks, including alcoholic beverages.

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
12km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
5-6hr
Descent
6km
Ascent
4km

The last day of our trek begins today, and we will be following the Dudh Kosi River all the way down to Lukla, a mountain town with a teeny-tiny airstrip. In the numerous bars, restaurants, and other establishments that are present in the area, we celebrate and remember the successful completion of our expedition to Everest Base Camp. As a result of this achievement and the amazing memories it has created for us, we celebrate by having a good time in Lukla for the rest of the night.

Accommodation
Guesthouse
Distance
19.5km
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
Time
7-8hr
Descent
9km
Ascent
4km

As the sun rises this morning, it reflects happiness and a sense of fulfillment among us. We collect our belongings and prepare to travel from Lukla to Kathmandu early in the morning. Flights are commonly delayed and even canceled in Lukla due to the weather.  Flights also take departure in the morning due to inclement weather in the afternoon. Enjoy free time till the end of the day after arriving in Kathmandu and settling into your accommodation. It is suggested that you attend a spa, take a short day excursion to explore UNESCO historical sites, or simply relax at your hotel. Make the most of your Nepal trip. Later, spend the night at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Accommodation
Kathmandu Suite Hotel
Meals
Breakfast,
Time
30min

Visit cultural and religious sites of Swayambhunath, called the monkey Temple, Pashupatinath, one of the largest temples in Nepal, and Bouddhanath, the large stupa are on our itinerary today. 

Pashupatinath Temple:   One of the oldest Hindu temples, Pashupatinath Temple, is dedicated to Lord Shiva, also known as the "Lord of All Beings." Lord Shiva is the embodiment of the universe's destructive aspect. The Pashupatinath complex is traversed by the revered Bagmati river. For those who pass away on the banks of the river, cremation rites are performed by the majority of Hindus in the Kathmandu Valley.

Swayambhunath Stupa:  The Swayambhunath stupa is one of the most revered Buddhist stupas in Nepal. It is thought to have materialized when, in ancient times, the Bodhisattva Manjushri carved a canyon at Chhobhar using his flaming sword to drain the waters of the huge lake that was Kathmandu.

Bouddhanath Stupa: Lord Buddha's four pairs of eyes are positioned in the four cardinal directions atop the 2500-year-old Buddhist stupa in the Valley, which was erected in the fifth century. This stupa keeps a constant watch over people and their actions. Buddhist pilgrims from Tibet may be seen spinning prayer wheels as they round the stupa.

 You can also walk around Thamel and Asons around the vicinity of your hotel selling handicraft items and locally made trinkets and clothes. Ason, the oldest market in Kathmandu also lies a few hundred meters from your hotel. You can shop for spices, tea, brass statues, and decorative jars in this market.

This day is also kept as a contingency day in case flight delays are faced. 

Accommodation
Kathmandu Suite Home
Meals
B
Time
5hr

It's time to say farewell to Nepal after completing the  Everest Base Camp trek. You'll be driven to the international airport three hours before your planned international flight to your next location. We hope that we have provided you with unforgettable adventures in the Everest Himalayas. If you so wish you can extend your stay in Nepal as well to tour the numerous interesting locations that Nepal has to offer.  We hope you keep the time we spent together cherished in your memory and suggest us to your friends and family for their Nepal trekking vacation. This is not “Goodbye” but as we say in Nepali ‘Feri Bhetumla’ meaning “Till we meet again”.

 

Accommodation
Kathmandu Suite Home
Distance
10km
Meals
B

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Cost Includes

  • All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport transfers
  • Three nights twin accommodation in deluxe 3-star hotel (Kathmandu Suite Home  or similar) in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu city tours A professional English-speaking, government-licensed local tour guide for private transportation
  • Three daily meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek
  • The best available lodge for accommodation during the trek. We provide private bathrooms with hot showers in Phakding, Namche, and Lukla.
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide. Porters (1 porter for two people) and their food, accommodation, salary, and equipment. Accident insurance for all staff
  • Round-trip airfare to and from Lukla, including transfers. The Lukla flight will be operated from Ramechhap Airport during the peak season
  • One-night accommodation in Full board meals with tea or coffee (breakfast, lunch and dinner)   in Everest base camp tented  

  • Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • First aid medicine kit
  • Sagarmatha National Park Permit fee
  • TIMS Fee: Trekkers' Information Management System (Please bring two passport-size photos for permit)
  • Government taxes and office service charges

Cost Excludes

  • Extra-night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival or late departure
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Nepal Visa fee
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • International flights
  • Any internet and phone calls, Personal Porter, Horse, Helicopter services 
  • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bills, snacks, phone calls, internet, etc.)
  • Nepal Entry Visa (Visa can be acquired easily after your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu with a fee of USD 50 for 30-day visa and USD 125 for 90-day visa)
    Personal Trekking gear and equipment
  • You should carry extra cash for other expenses (showers, Wi-Fi, snacks, all kinds of drinks, etc.) on your trek. NRS. 24500–27300 (Roughly US$ 190–210) per person is a good amount and teahouse or lodge owners accept only Nepalese currency
  • Tips for guide and drivers (tipping is expected)
  • Any unseen expenses due to circumstances beyond our control

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What makes Everest Base Camp Overnight Trek special? 

Unlike the conventional Everest Base Camp Trek that takes you to the base camp and returns to Gorak Shep for overnight stay, we present a truly unique opportunity: trekking to the base camp of the world's highest mountain and spending the night right at Everest base camp itself.

This extraordinary journey allows you to immerse yourself in the breathtaking surroundings of the Everest region and witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas up close. Imagine the exhilaration of standing at the base camp, surrounded by majestic peaks, and knowing that you will spend the night in this legendary location.

By providing the exclusive chance to sleep at Everest base camp, we ensure that you not only reach the pinnacle of your trekking experience but also create memories that will last a lifetime. As night falls, you can marvel at the star-studded sky, serenaded by the silence of the mountains.

Accessible Adventure guarantees a safe and comfortable stay at Everest base camp, with expert guides and a well-equipped team to support you throughout the journey. Our experienced staff will take care of all the logistics, allowing you to focus on absorbing the unique atmosphere and savoring this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

 

A Typical Day on Everest Base Camp Overnight Trek

Each day brings a new and exciting trekking adventure, offering you a chance to immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery, capture memorable photographs, and discover the local villages. Throughout the expedition, our qualified expert Sherpas will share their knowledge and enlighten you with historical facts about the places you traverse. To ensure your comfort, our dedicated porters will handle the majority of your luggage, allowing you to carry only a small bag for your valuables and essentials.

The day begins after a hearty breakfast, usually around 7 AM to 8 AM, depending on the duration and nature of the day's trek. With spirits high, we set off on our journey, venturing into the picturesque landscapes. After trekking for approximately three to four hours, we take a break for a delicious lunch, followed by an hour of well-deserved rest to rejuvenate.

The afternoon walk is typically shorter, lasting around two to three hours. As you arrive at your designated overnight lodge, tea house, or tent, take a moment to settle in and savor some tasty snacks. Feel free to explore the nearby areas, allowing the natural beauty and serenity to captivate your senses.

Dinner is served between 6 PM to 7 PM, providing a chance to indulge in a satisfying meal. Following dinner, you can enjoy friendly conversations with your fellow trekkers, sharing stories and experiences. Our expedition leader or guide will then provide a briefing on the plan for the next day, ensuring you're prepared and excited for what lies ahead.

As the evening progresses, you have the option to engage in onboard games like Monopoly and cards, or watch captivating mountaineering documentaries, further immersing yourself in the world of exploration. Many of our guests also take this time to learn common Nepali words or indulge in some quiet reading, embracing the tranquility of the surroundings.

 

How to Communicate during the Everest Base Camp Overnight Trek?

Communication is essential during the trek, and at Accessible Adventure, we ensure that you stay connected and feel supported throughout your journey. Here's how we facilitate communication:

  1. Trek Leader Communication: The dedicated team at the Accessible Adventure office will maintain regular communication with all our valuable clients. Our experienced trek leader will connect with the office at least once a day using platforms such as Signal, WhatsApp, phone calls, Messenger, and more. This ensures that we can keep track of your well-being, safety, and overall experience. Feel free to share any concerns or questions with our trek leader, who will promptly address them.
  2. Phone Communication: As you ascend to higher altitudes, communication primarily relies on phone networks. While the signals may not be very strong at high altitudes, our trek leader will use their phone to maintain contact with the Accessible Adventure office and relay important information. Our team is committed to ensuring your safety and comfort throughout the trek.
  3. Local SIM Cards: To enhance communication capabilities, you have the option to purchase a local SIM card in Kathmandu. This enables you to have a reliable mobile network connection during your trek, provided there is coverage in the areas you pass through. Our team can assist you in obtaining a local SIM card and guide you on the best options available.
  4. Wi-Fi Connection at Lodges: Generally, Wi-Fi connections are available at the lodges or hotels where you will be staying along the trekking route. Please note that these services may come at an extra cost. Wi-Fi accessibility can vary, and the strength of the connection may be limited at higher altitudes. However, in most cases, you will have the opportunity to connect and communicate with your loved ones.

Accessible Adventure understands the importance of staying connected and feeling supported during your trek. We strive to provide reliable communication options, enabling you to share your experiences, seek assistance if needed, and ensure your peace of mind throughout this incredible journey.

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Trek Travel Insurance

All trekkers must have comprehensive travel insurance and provide a copy of their insurance policy certificate to Accessible Adventure. The insurance policy should include coverage for medical expenses, emergency repatriation, and helicopter rescue and evacuation costs at altitudes of up to 6000m.

While we can provide recommendations for insurance companies based on feedback from previous clients and our own experience, we do not sell insurance policies directly.

Once you have booked the trek, we kindly request that trekking members send us their detailed insurance information. In case of emergencies, we will utilize the insurance policy and information you provided to facilitate a prompt and efficient rescue operation, arrange emergency medical assistance, and more. Please ensure that your insurance coverage includes all costs associated with mountain rescue services.

Before purchasing travel insurance, it is important to contact the insurance company and confirm that they offer helicopter rescue services up to 6000m.

 

How to get a visa for Nepal?

All foreigners, except Indians, require a visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at the Tribhuvan international airport, and you can extend your visa at the central immigration office. Visit www.immigration.gov.np to know more.

The visa application will require a passport valid for at least 6- months and a passport-size photo. The current visa fee costs USD 50 for 30 days, which you need to pay in cash on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport. Citizens of China and the SAARC countries will receive a free visa.

Some countries - Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan- may not receive an on-arrival visa. If you are from these countries, you may need to contact your local Nepalese embassy.

 

Trek Safely

At Accessible Adventure, the safety, security, and satisfaction of our clients are our top priorities. We go above and beyond to ensure that you have a safe and memorable trekking experience. Our commitment to your safety starts with the necessary gears, equipment, and first aid kits that we carry for each trip. We understand the challenges of trekking in the Himalayas, and our team is well-prepared with all the essential supplies to handle any situation that may arise.

Moreover, our leaders and guides have undergone extensive First Aid Training, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to address common trekking-related medical issues promptly and effectively. Their expertise allows them to assess situations and make informed decisions to keep everyone safe. If a trekker falls ill due to altitude sickness, our team will carefully evaluate the situation and take appropriate measures, such as acclimatization breaks or adjusting the itinerary, to ensure the well-being of all participants.

In the event of an emergency, we have arrangements in place for rescue helicopter services. Your safety is paramount, and if immediate medical attention is required or if it becomes necessary to evacuate a trekker from higher elevations, we have quick and efficient means to facilitate their return. We understand that emergencies can happen, and we are fully prepared to handle them with the utmost care and urgency.

 

Tipping during the Everest Trek

Tipping is a gesture of appreciation and gratitude for the good service provided during your trek with us. At Accessible Adventure, we leave the decision of tipping entirely to your discretion, as we believe it should be based on your evaluation of the service quality received.

In Nepali culture, tipping is considered a respected and honored way to say thank you (Dhanyabad) for exceptional service. It is customary for most of our guests to offer tips on the last day of the trek as a token of their appreciation. However, the amount you choose to tip is entirely up to you and should reflect your perception of the service quality, the length of the trip, your budget, and your overall satisfaction with the work of our team.

We understand that tipping practices vary among different cultures and individuals. Therefore, we encourage you to consider the effort, dedication, and exceptional service provided by our team throughout your trek when deciding on a tip amount. Your gesture of appreciation can make a significant difference in the lives of our hardworking staff members.

 

Can I extend my trip?

Upon finishing the trek, you might consider extending your stay by a few days to explore the captivating and thrilling destinations Nepal has to offer. There is an abundance of scenic and adventurous places waiting to be discovered. You can utilize your extra time in a variety of ways, including engaging in sightseeing activities in Kathmandu, embarking on a Nagarkot View Trip, experiencing the excitement of a Chitwan Jungle safari, indulging in thrilling paragliding adventures, and enjoying the exhilaration of rafting and canoeing before your return flight.

FAQ's

Accessible Adventures is a trustworthy travel operator that has been doing treks and tours in the Everest region for over a decade. We are simple to deal with, flexible, and will meet all of your requirements. Furthermore, Accessible Adventures owns a hotel in Kathmandu where we can tailor rooms to your specific needs.

Our guides have gone through a variety of training programs in which they practice and prepare for the trip during the tourist off-season, taking note of the terrain and routes in the area. This is to ensure that our visitors have the greatest possible experience throughout the peak season.

Other benefits of booking your trip via Accessible Adventure include:

  • The best price for the trip is guaranteed
  • Guides with excellent high-altitude emergency training
  • We are different, and we don’t just say it; we can prove it! We create, organize, and guide all by ourselves!
  • Ethical tourism practices whereby locals are supported  by the booking

Fully-Licensed Operator Accessible Adventure is the trade name for an authorized government-licensed trekking and touring company in Nepal. We are committed to ensuring you have a safe and enjoyable holiday; therefore, you can feel confident when booking with us
 Get in touch today, and let us show you exactly why we are the best operator in Nepal  
Accessible Adventure is proudly recognized as one of the best trekking companies in Nepal.  We have a reputation for successfully leading treks, with knowledgeable leaders and staff taking care of all your travel needs.
With more than 32 years of personal travel experience, including peak climbing and visiting the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal, we are aware of the challenges that may emerge for both you, the traveler, and the guides and porters that we hire throughout your journey. We have been able to customize tours and make the adventure feel more cozy and intimate thanks to our personal experiences in numerous places, including EBC, ABC, and many more. We provide the best professional services while treating every one of our clients like family.
Fast response time Our head office in Kathmandu, Nepal, operates 7 days a week. In addition, we have 24-hour customer support for inquiries. You can also be in direct contact with our national and international sales representatives. We answer emails within one business day and frequently answer social media inquiries on the same day.
 

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