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Trip Highlights

Reach Everest Base Camp, the base camp for the world's tallest peak.
Take a lovely journey to Salleri from Kathmandu.
Instead of flying to the Everest region, you should walk, giving you a far better sense of the place as a whole.
Explore the flora and fauna of Sagarmatha National Park
Sherpa settlements provide a culturally rich and welcoming way of life.
Panorama of the sunrise from Kalapatthar
See magnificent Himalayan glacial rivers, glaciers, and moraines.
BP Koirala Highway, alongside the Sunkoshi River towards the eastern part of Nepal. We deviate from the highway to drive along another high hilly road to Salleri

Overview

Our Everest Base Camp via Salleri trip is ideal for those who want to make the most of their time in Nepal's eastern area while still making the journey to the base camp of Everest. You will take a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Salleri, the district headquarter of Solukhumbu, which is the district of Everest. In general, trekking in the Everest region begins with a quick flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, but this package offers something a little different: instead of flying, you will drive to the Everest Region.

The lengthy and breathtaking drive gives breathtaking vistas of verdant forests, rivers, gorges, terraced farms, and many more wonderful landscapes along the way. The hike starts in Salleri, and along the way, we will travel through a number of little streams, mountainous gorges, stunning pine and alpine forest, traditional villages, and a backdrop that is absolutely incredible. Enjoying the up-close view of Numbur Himal that can be viewed while hiking along the trail is something that is only possible if you choose to hike along this particular route. You will have plenty of time to get acclimated to the altitude before you make your way to Everest Base Camp as the trail ascends very slowly.

The magnificent views of the surrounding area and the less traveled path ultimately connect with the path that travelers take to get to Namche Bazaar. The hike continues as we walk across the suspension bridges and eventually arrive at Sagarmatha National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The national park is home to a wide variety of rare plant and animal species, including blood pheasant, Himalayan monal, rhododendron, blue pines, and firs, as well as musk deer and rhododendron.   

Then we move towards Gorakshep and then climb to the base camp as per the usual EBC Trek. After reaching the Base Camp, a dream for many, we trek back following the general trail to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.

Come with Accessible Adventure as we take you on a journey of a lifetime to explore the Everest Base Camp through the village of Salleri. 

Best Season for Everest Base Camp via Salleri

The best times to hike to Everest Base Camp are from late September to early November and from February to May when temperatures can get as low as -6°C and the weather is usually stable.

In the spring (February-May), you will be able to see flowers like rhododendrons in bloom in the lush forests we will walk through on the trek. The hills will be full of life and green when you get there. Spring may be the busiest time of year in the area as a whole.

In the fall (September-November), the sky is usually clearer, and the views of the vistas, valleys, and mountains from the many points of view along the trek are absolutely stunning. Hikers like this time of year because there is less heat haze and cloud cover, so the views are more stunning. One benefit of trekking at this time of year is that you can choose one of the area's less popular routes, which still offer beautiful views without as much noise as the more popular routes.

Why "Everest Base Camp via Salleri" with Accessible Adventure? 

Accessible Adventures is a reliable tour company that has been leading treks and tours in the Everest area for more than ten years. We are easy to work with, open to change, and will meet all of your needs. Accessible Adventures also owns a hotel in Kathmandu where rooms can be made to fit your needs.

Our guides have gone through a variety of training programs. During the off-season, when there aren't as many tourists, they practice and prepare for the trip by learning about the terrain and routes in the area. This is to make sure that our guests have the best time possible during our busy season.

When you book your trip through Accessible Adventure, you also get:

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  • Guides with great emergency training at high altitude
  • Ethical tourism is when bookings help the people who live there.

With more than 30 years of personal travel experience, including climbing peaks and visiting the most popular tourist spots in Nepal, we know what challenges you, the traveler, and the guides and porters we hire may face during your trip. Because we have been to many places, including EBC, ABC, and many others, we have been able to customize tours and make the adventure feel more cozy and personal. We offer the best professional services and treat all of our clients like they are part of our family.

Itinerary

When you reach Kathmandu, our airport agent will greet you. We will make certain that your travel needs are met while you are in our care. As there are no scheduled activities for the day, we will assist you in checking into your appropriate hotel. You can choose to walk around the neighborhood or rest in your respective rooms.

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Today is the first day of the Salleri to Everest Base Camp Trekking adventure you have planned. From Kathmandu, getting to Salleri will take you somewhere between 9 and 10 hours. You will travel over a recently built road in the comfort of a jeep for the duration of the excursion. In order to get to Salleri, you will have to travel via all of the rivers, forests, odd landscapes, and settlements. When you have finished crossing the Sunkoshi River, you will continue your journey through Nepal towards the Okhaldhunga area. As you move forward on this adventure, you will have a breathtaking view of Numbur Himal, which will be followed by Everest and many more mountains. Sherpa people make up the majority of the inhabitants in these areas. You will arrive in Salleri, which is the district administrative center of Solukhumbu, after a protracted journey through a rocky route.

Following breakfast, we will get the first day of our hike underway. On this hike, we will pass through some stunning Rhododendron woods, as well as mountains, mani walls, mani springs, traditional villages, paddy fields, and other landscapes. The face of Mount Numbur will be visible to us throughout the day as it sits on the horizon. In addition to that, the first suspension bridge of our journey awaits us.

Following our ascent of the Taksindu La  (3070m), we make our way past the picturesque Rigmo town on our way to the summit of the pass, where we are treated to a breathtaking view of the surrounding area. In addition, we stop by the Takshindu Gompa along the way. After that, we make our way down to Nunthala, which is where we will spend the night.

Following breakfast, we make our way to the trail, which features a significant amount of climbing and descending today. First, we make our way down to the Dudh Koshi Stream, which is a magnetic glacial river. On the way to Everest Base Camp, we will also make our way through a number of suspension bridges. After a hike of around four hours, we arrive at the huge village of Kharikhola. Following our lunch break in Kharikhola, we proceed with our hike to Bupsa.

We continue our trek through the lovely Nepalese countryside today, passing by forests, streams, and towns where residents are hard at work on their farms and homes. Prayer flags will be waving in the wind as we celebrate the green mountains that surround us. Along the trails that go to Everest, we see a number of stupas and mani walls, and we say hello to a great number of mules and yaks that are transporting supplies, primarily for the teahouses.

This morning, after breakfast, we are going to leave Bupsa and travel to Cheplung. The path that leads from Bupsa to Kharte climbs through a high tract of forest on its way. We make our way up to the well-known Kari la (3145m), from which we have a panoramic view of the villages of Kharikhola, Bupsa, and Jubing, which are spread out across the hills. From the highest point of this well-known hill, travelers can get a good look of the peaks of the Mahalangur Himalayan range, including Everest, Lhotse, Nupte, Makalu, Thamseruku, and Mera Peak. After descending from Kari La, the path gradually levels off and follows the gentle curve of the valley side as it passes through a stunning mossy forest. Around lunchtime, we make our way to the neighboring side of the valley to the community of Puiya, which is located at an elevation of 2770 meters. As we have our lunch, we take in the breathtaking panorama of the verdant valley that we hiked through earlier in the day. 

The path becomes much easier to walk on after Puiya, and we will have an easier time traversing this side of the valley. The path re-enters the valley of the Dudh Koshi River, which features breathtaking views of the water far below and the steep sides of the valley. We make our way back up above Chutok La through a trail that is challenging but beautiful, and once we reach the top, we are rewarded with a breathtaking panorama that extends all the way to Lukla and looks north up the Dudh Koshi valley. From Paiya, we travel for almost three hours to reach Surke. There are two paths that branch off from Surke, one leading to Lukla and the other to Namche. After walking beyond Chaurikharkha, we connect with the primary trail leading to Everest Base Camp at Cheplung.

Following breakfast, we will continue our hike along the banks of the Dudh Koshi River. Along the way, we will cross this raging river on exciting suspension bridges that are decorated with prayer flags. We make our way through the village of Phakding. Following our entry into Sagamartha National Park at Monjo, we make our way down a precipitous slope while passing countless prayers to various gods that have been carved into the precipitous cliffs. Near the village of Cheplung is where the trail from Lukla and the trail to Everest base camp from Phaplu meet. If it is the height of the trekking season, we can expect to encounter a large number of other trekkers, guides, porters, and mules as we make our way today. At long last, we have arrived at the riverbed, and we must cross yet another metal bridge that is hung with prayer flags. Before ascending to the high bridge that spans Dudh Koshi, we travel along the opposite bank of the river. From here on out, the trail to Namche Bazaar is a relentless ascent. Then, however, we turn the corner and make our way under the archway that marks our entry into Namche. Here, we are officially in the city. On the trail that leads to Everest Base Camp is a bustling town called Namche Bazaar, and we have finally made it here.

As we get closer to 3000m above sea level, the whole day has been set aside for acclimatization. Some travelers may experience mild symptoms of low oxygen, but our bodies will eventually get used to it. After breakfast, we go to the Sagarmatha National Park Museum. There, you can see the old climbing gear, photos of past climbers, plants that grow in the area, and notes that Tenzing Norgay and Hillary wrote while they were climbing. The Museum has an Army Camp in addition to the main hall. We go from the museum to the Everest View Hotel. The many ridges in the area make it easy to see the Thamserku and other mountain peaks. The Nepalese national bird, the Lophophorous, and a lot of Yaks live in this area. From the Everest view hotel, we can get something to drink and see the mountains we saw on our tour more clearly and up close. From the hotel, you can see Kong De, Kusum Kangaru, Thamserku, and Ama Dablam, which is the world's most beautiful mountain. We also get a sneak peek at the route we'll be taking tomorrow. The holy Khungdi La, which can also be seen from the hotel, is not allowed to be climbed. Now we're walking to Khumjung, a Sherpa village where the Hillary Foundation has built a school. The mysterious Yeti's head is kept in a monastery in Namche Bazaar. Namche Bazaar is a great place to buy local goods, get refreshments like coffee and cake, and do a lot more.

Following this, we primarily descend through beautiful rhododendron forests and cross a breathtaking suspension bridge to arrive at Phunki Thangka, where we will have lunch. In addition, we will be able to see a stupa built by the Tenzing Norgay Foundation and another stupa named after Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, Nepal's first female mountaineer. We continue on foot until we reach Kyangjuma, where the routes to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Ri diverge.

At Pungki Thanka, a continuous and uncomplicated path descends far into the Dudh Koshi Valley toward Everest. Tengboche Monastery is reached by ascending the right slope of the Dudh Koshi valley from that point. Many consider Tengboche to have one of the finest vantage points in the entire Khumbu region. The spiritual center of the Khumbu is Tengboche. The stunning views of Mount Amadablam and, on a clear day, Mt. Everest and its neighboring peaks such as Tobuche and Chola Che more than compensate for the difficult ascent. The Tengboche Monastery opens in the evening with a brief ceremony that will be a spiritually extraordinary experience.

After breakfast we follow ridged path routes. There are numerous teahouses and inns that offer lodging and board. We can take a brief break at one of these tea cafes to rest, rehydrate, and replenish our energy. After crossing a river, we ascend gradually and may see Thar, Musk Deer, Yaks, and horses. At the summit of the hill is an impressive gate with a large serpent-carved boulder in the corner.

We continue through a terrain that is steep, windy, and dusty until we reach Lower Pangboche. After a one-hour trek from Lower Pangboche, we reach Samare, where we have lunch for the day. We descend through beautiful forests and cross the Imja Khola while enjoying views of Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Here, the routes to Pheriche and Dingboche diverge. As one approaches the path to Dingboche, there are fewer large trees in the surrounding area. Eventually, we will reach locations where we cannot see any trees. We catch sight of Taboche and Chola Che as we ascend to a vantage point. Today's hike may be the most productive because we won't lose as much altitude as we have on previous days. The trail then passes through grasslands en route to Dingboche, also known as "summer valley." From Dingboche, the renowned Island peak is visible for the first time.

It is a wonderful experience to wake up to a view of the Himalayas from your hotel room. Preparing for our second day of acclimatization, which would involve a 6-hour ascent to an altitude of 5100m. There are two options for the acclimatization walk during the day: climb Nagerjun hill or go to Chhukung. After breakfast, the Nagerjun route involves climbing Nagerjun, a hill on the side of the Chhukung valley directly above Dingboche. The principle of acclimatization is to sleep at a lower altitude and ascend to a higher altitude.


Option 1: Climb NagerjunThe occasionally steep path makes it possible to have a physically demanding day. At this altitude, climbing the slope can take up to five hours. This is the first point from which Lobuche East (6119m), Lobuche West (6145m), Taboche Peak (6367m), Thamserku (6608m), Kangtega (6685m), and Ama Dablam can be seen (6856m). On a clear day, you may be able to see Makalu, the fifth-highest mountain in the world, which offers breathtaking views of the Pheriche Valley.


Option 2: Chhukung Valley

Following the Chhukung river, we reach the Chhukung village, where we can have lunch and spend time. If desired, we can also travel to the trailhead that leads to Island Peak. Chhukung is a common destination for trekkers who wish to ascend Kongma La. Additionally, the valley offers views of Lobuche, Taboche, and Thamserku.

After a short rest, you will begin the two-hour climb back to Dingboche. As the sun sets over the mountain peaks, the temperature may drop rapidly, so a nap after lunch is warranted. 

Today's journey begins with a direct ascent of Dingboche Hill as we explore the Phirinche Valley, followed by a one- to two-hour trek over increasingly steeper hills to Thukla Dhugla for lunch. The journey to Dughla passes through a vast valley floor and the Pheriche hikers' aid station (4240 m). The Himalayan Rescue Association, which also offers medical care and assistance to trekkers, aids volunteer Western physicians on this expedition. We hike up to the summit of the mountain visible from Dhugla. Once we reach the summit, we feel like we've arrived in heaven because the Himalayas surround us. Additionally, there are numerous memorials with embedded recollections of deceased climbers on Mount Everest. This memorial depicts the reality of mountain climbing, which is extremely hazardous even for those who are properly trained. A short distance further brings us to magnificent views of Lobuche peak, and another short distance brings us to the Lobuche teahouse. After a brief rest at Lobuche, we make a short ascent to a vantage point from which we can see the Khumbu glacier and our destination for the following day, Everest base camp. We can see mountains such as Pumori, Lobuche, Chinri, and Lola Mountain from the vantage point. After spending time at the lookout, we return to our guesthouse for the evening. Lobuche has an excellent view of the sunset.

On the ninth day of our expedition, we will reach Everest Base Camp, which will be the most significant point. After consuming breakfast very early in the morning, we commence our journey to Gorakshep by ambling along rocky paths. Along the entire route, we can see mountains on both sides of the road. After traversing glacier routes and ridges, we reach Gorekshep, where we have lunch and leave most of our belongings, carrying only a small bag.

As we travel to the base camp, we pass between hills and occasionally observe avalanches in the nearby mountains. Although there is not much elevation gain, the walk may be challenging due to the numerous ups and downs and altitude. We will arrive at Everest Base Camp after walking for two hours. There are numerous restricted zones close to the base camp. The use of glaciers and icefalls is prohibited. This is the starting point for trips to Mount Everest. During the spring, the Everest base camp transforms into a tiny community. On their way to Everest, you will encounter a large number of climbers and trekkers. At EBC, you can take numerous photographs with your camera, appreciate the beautiful surroundings, and have a good time. After spending a couple of hours at the base camp, we return to Gorekshep. From Gorekshep, we can witness a magnificent sunset near Everest if the weather permits. After returning to Gorakshep via the same route, we will eat dinner and spend the night at a nearby lodge.

Today, we hike up to Kalapattar (5545m), which offers the best views of Mount Everest and the spectacular Himalayan range, from which we can see Mount Everest's complete south face and the other peaks. We will rise very early before dawn to witness the phenomenon from Kalapatthar, where the Himalayan sunrise will be the most spectacular. Due to Kalapattar's high altitude, altitude sickness should be avoided. As we ascend the peak, the path to Kalapatthar is quite difficult. Kalapatthar provides views of nearly twenty peaks. We have a panoramic view from where we are. As we extend our arms, Everest will appear so close that it will be practically touchable. After returning from our morning ascent from Kalapattar to Gorakshep, we collect our belongings, eat lunch, and then descend to Pheriche along the same route we used to reach Thukla. From Thukla, one of the most windy locations in the Everest region, we follow the Pherinche valley path. Pherinche is also home to the region's highest hospital, which can be visited. The night is spent in Pherinche.

We rise early and begin our hiking activities immediately following breakfast. As we rapidly descend to lower altitudes, we notice that breathing becomes significantly less difficult. We travel via a different route between Pheriche and Samare (the trail that we did not use before to trek up). Before arriving at Pangboche, where we can appreciate views of Ama Dablam, we enjoy a stroll through the settlements of Orsho and Samare. As we descend from Samare to lower elevations, vegetation reappears. We depart Pangboche, cross the Imja Khola, and rejoin the classic Everest base camp trail, arriving at Tengboche for lunch in approximately two hours. The route to Namche is relatively simple because it consists primarily of descents with a few brief ascents. Tengboche is one of the shorter ascents on the trek. We descend to Pungki Thanka, climb again steeply to Kyangjuma, and then follow the Imja Khola to Namche Bazaar. In Namche Bazaar, alcoholic beverages are available.

Today is the final day of our trek, and we will continue down the Dudh Kosi River to Lukla and its tiny airstrip in the Himalayas. We commemorate and celebrate our successful completion of the trek to Everest Base Camp in the local bars, restaurants, and other locations. We spend the night in Lukla as a result of this accomplishment and remarkable memory.

This morning's sunrise reflects our contentment and sense of accomplishment. We gather our belongings and prepare to depart Lukla for Kathmandu in the wee hours of the morning. At Lukla, the weather frequently causes flight delays and cancellations. As a result of bad weather in the afternoon, flights also take off in the morning. After arriving in Kathmandu and checking into your accommodations, you will have the remainder of the day at your leisure. It is suggested that you visit a spa, take a day trip to visit UNESCO sites, or simply unwind at your hotel. Profit from your time in Nepal. Later, spend the night in a hotel in Kathmandu.

After concluding the Everest Base Camp via Salleri, it is time to say goodbye to Nepal. You will be transported to the international airport three hours before your scheduled international flight. We hope that we have provided you with exciting opportunities to explore the Everest Himalayas. If you wish, you can extend your stay in Nepal in order to explore the country's many fascinating destinations. We hope you will always remember the time we spent together and recommend us to your friends and family for their Nepal trekking vacation.

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Cost Includes

  • All ground transport in private vehicles including airport transfers
  • Two nights (twin sharing beds) accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu
  • Full board meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner) during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing lodge to lodge accommodation during the trek, we provide you with attached bathroom with a hot shower at Lukla, Phakding, and Namche
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide, porters (One porter for two people) and their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and accidental insurance for all staff
  • Lukla – Kathmandu including departure taxes
  • Kathmandu to Salleri transfer
  • Duffle bag for the trekking
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag during the trek, if required
  • T-shirt, trekking map, and trip achievement certificate
  • First aid medical kit
  • Sagarmatha National Park Permits fee
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers' Information Management System (Please bring 2 passport-size photos for permit)
  • Government taxes and office service charge

Cost Excludes

 

  • International airfares to and from Kathmandu Accommodation
  • Extra night/s of accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Soft drinks, tea/coffee, and alcoholic beverages
  • Lunches and Dinners in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from mountain than the scheduled itinerary- see meal inclusions for more details)
  • Personal expenses such as phone calls, laundry, battery recharge, hot shower, extra porters, etc)
  • Personal equipment and clothing
  • Tips/gratuities for the staff (staff expect tips)
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