Everest Base Camp Trek

  • 16 days
  • Moderate
  • 5545 Meters
  • Min 1 Pax.
  • March - May & Sept - Dec

Trip Overview

Adventurers from all over the world have long dreamed of settings their sights upon Mt. Everest, the undisputed crown jewel of the Himalayas. The famous Everest Base Camp Trek is your chance to get up close and personal with the awe-inspiring massif of the world’s highest mountain. Your journey will take you through the storied Khumbu region of Nepal, home to unrivaled natural beauty and the timeless traditions of local Sherpa culture. From beginning to end, your trek will be characterized with breathtaking views of forested hills, stark cliffs, mountainside villages, and towering glaciers. As you approach the very top of the world, a unique fusion of cultural splendor and pristine wilderness will leave an indelible mark upon your memory. There is a tremendous variety of incredible treks in Nepal, but there’s a reason that the Everest Base Camp Trek is consistently regarded as the finest in the world.

Your adventure begins with a scenic half-hour flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, which offers some of the best aerial views of the Himalayas. As soon as you step from the plane, you’ll be caught up in the atmosphere of anticipation which permeates this little mountaintop town. Trekkers are coming and going, guides are meeting up with porters, and everyone is chatting excitedly about the challenges of the trail ahead. From Lukla, you’ll take your first real steps along the Everest Base Camp Trek, ascending through lush green forests. Along the way, you’ll encounter picturesque suspension bridges spanning torrents of clear water, mysterious woodlands dotted with vivid rhododendron blooms, and steep ridges affording incredible views of just how far you’ve come. And with each step you take, the spectacular peaks of the Himalayas will embellish the skyline with jagged summits and frozen glaciers, seeming to present a new and impressive aspect with every turn of the trail.

During the trek, you’ll visit some of Nepal’s most beautiful mountain villages. Among trekkers, the very names of these towns are legendary: Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gorakshep, to name just a few. These overnight stops allow you to get acquainted with local Sherpa culture, which has remained largely untouched by modernization. Sherpa traditions here are informed by an ancient school of Tibetan Buddhism, and each village on your route has retained its own unique cultural heritage. Be on the lookout for traditional icons of Buddhist faith, including colorful strings of prayer flags and freestanding whitewashed stupas, or chortens. While hiking the exciting trails of the Everest Base Camp Trek, you’ll also have the chance to visit some of the most renowned monasteries and gompas in the country, such as Tengboche Monastery.

Highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trekking will introduce you to some of Nepal’s most fascinating cultural and scenic highlights. First on many trekkers’ lists is the historic high-altitude trading hub of Namche Bazaar. These days, you’ll find as many trekkers here as yaks laden with goods, but the town’s unique vibrancy and liveliness remain second to none. Namche Bazaar is also home to some of the best mountain views in the whole country: Thamserku, Ama Dablam, and Everest itself loom over the village like attentive guardians. Further along the Everest Base Camp Trek, you’ll visit Tengboche. This is the spiritual center of the Khumbu, best known for its Buddhist monastery. With a vibrant collection of religious artwork and a splendid backdrop of Himalayan Mountains, the monastery is without a doubt one of the most impressive highlights of the trek. For lovers of alpine scenery, though, it’s hard to beat the high vantage point of Kala Patthar. This is the highest point of elevation during your entire journey. Your guide will time your arrival at Kala Patthar to coincide with the sunrise; you’ll witness an awe-inspiring morning dawning amidst the shadowed crags and peaks of the Himalayas.

Is the EBC trek Difficult?

Although it takes you right to the foot of the highest mountain in the world, the Everest Base Camp Trek is suitable for most trekkers with an average level of fitness. This is a moderately difficult hiking itinerary which takes approximately two weeks to complete and reaches a maximum elevation of approximately 5,500 meters. We recommend practicing regular cardiovascular exercise in the weeks leading up to your departure: activities like running, walking, and swimming will build your stamina in preparation for crossing the high-altitude passes of the Himalaya. However, no prior trekking experience is needed to tackle the Everest Base Camp Trek. The professional guides at Nepal Hiking Team will be with you every step of the way, and safety is our foremost concern when you’re on the trail. The key to success is to take the time you need to acclimatize to high altitudes, drinking plenty of fluids and resting frequently. By allowing your body to adapt gradually to the exertion of trekking, you’ll be rewarded with the chance to complete the Everest Base Camp Trek with no trouble at all.

Best Time of Year for this Hike

While it’s possible to undertake the EBC trek at any time during the year, Nepal is a mountainous country that experiences variable weather patterns in different seasons. Many visitors prefer to trek during the spring, which lasts from February until May. The moderate temperatures and dry atmosphere at this time of year make trekking quite comfortable, and the flourishing biodiversity of the season makes the trails come alive with bright rhododendron blooms and countless wildflowers. However, if you want to enjoy the clearest mountain views, consider hiking the Everest Base Camp Trek during autumn. Autumn lasts from September until November in Nepal, and the season typically brings low humidity and clear blue skies. If your ability to travel is limited to other times of the year, don’t worry; our professional guides will ensure that you have an unforgettable time in the Himalayas, no matter the season.

Is the Everest Base Camp Trek Right for Me?

At Nepal Hiking Team, we recognize that the Everest Base Camp Trekking is the “holy grail” of Himalayan hiking itineraries, and we’re passionate about making sure that the experience lives up to your expectations. You can set your worries aside and allow us to arrange your accommodations, meals, and transportation throughout the trek. So if you’re ready to plan your greatest adventure, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Nepal Hiking Team today! And if you’re still on the fence, enjoy this short video of the Everest Base Camp Trek. This is a handy way to see firsthand what you can expect from our itinerary. If you’d prefer to see the highlights of this trek in a shorter period of time, consider our popular Everest Base Camp Short Trek. This alternative itinerary packs all of the grandeur of the Everest Base Camp Trek into just 14 days.

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Day 01 - Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu

Your adventure begins with your arrival in the bustling capital city of Kathmandu. You’ll be met at Tribhuvan International Airport by a representative from Nepal Hiking Team, who will help you with your luggage and transportation to your hotel. There are no planned activities for the day, so you can check into your hotel and enjoy the afternoon and evening at your leisure. You may simply want to rest after your long flight, but the lively tourist markets and restaurants of the Thamel neighborhood are an enticing draw for many visitors. Overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 02 - Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour and Preparation for the trek

No trip to Nepal would be complete without an introduction to the religious and cultural attractions of Kathmandu. The city is distinguished by a unique synthesis of Hinduism and Buddhism, and many religious sites in the Kathmandu Valley are considered sacred to both religions. You’ll visit four major UNESCO World Heritage sites: the remarkable Swayambhunath and Boudhanath stupas, the Hindu temple complex of Pashupatinath, and the world-renowned Kathmandu Durbar Square. You’ll also have plenty of time to shop for handcrafted souvenirs and stock up on any last-minute supplies. After your tour, you’ll overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu. Today’s breakfast is included.

Day 03 - Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (2652m/8699ft) Walking Distance - 8 km, Duration: 3 hours

Today represents the true beginning of your Everest Base Camp Trek. You’ll wake up early and enjoy a quick breakfast at your hotel before heading off to the airport, where you’ll board a scenic flight to Lukla. This brief flight offers stunning panoramas of the Himalayan range, giving you a tantalizing taste of the mountains you’ll encounter during your trek. From Lukla, you’ll start hiking in the direction of Phakding. Keep your eyes peeled: you might just catch a glimpse of the distinctive triple-peaked summit of Kusum Kanguru along the way. The small, bucolic settlement of Phakding is situated on the banks of the Dudh Koshi, a high-altitude river which runs all the way from Everest and is known for its milky, opaque water. You’ll enjoy comfortable overnight accommodation at one of Phakding’s guesthouses. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 04 - Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m/11283) Walking Distance - 10 to 12 km, Duration: 6 hours

Leaving Phakding behind, you’ll trek north on a path leading to Monjo. This small town serves as the gateway to Sagarmatha National Park, a formally protected area which takes its name from Mt. Everest (called Sagarmatha in Nepali). The park is home to a staggering variety of Himalayan flora and fauna, and you’re sure to enjoy trekking through sweetly scented evergreen forests comprised of blue pine, deodar, and rhododendron. As it doubles back and forth across the Dudh Koshi River, your trail winds its way past tiny settlements called Tok Tok and Jorsale. After crossing a final suspension bridge at the junction of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers, you’ll hike uphill for about two hours before reaching what’s regarded as the unofficial capital of the Khumbu region: Namche Bazaar. You’ll overnight in one of the town’s many popular guesthouses. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 05 - Acclimatization Day – Hike to Everest View Hotel (3,962m/12995ft) Walking Distance - 3 to 4 km, Duration: 3 to 4 hours

Today is reserved for acclimatization: as you ascend to higher elevations, it’s important to let your body adapt to the smaller amount of available oxygen in the atmosphere. Fortunately, there’s a lot to see and do in the colorful commercial hub of Namche Bazaar. For one, you’ll get to enjoy your first unobstructed view of Everest itself. Many neighboring peaks are also visible from town, including the mighty Thamserku, the sprawling massif of Kongde RI, and the distinctive summit of Ama Dablam. Consider paying a visit to the Sherpa Culture Museum to learn more about their vibrant traditions; this will help you to understand some of the cultural sights you’ll encounter along the trail in the days to come. Visiting the nearby Everest Photo Gallery may also provide some inspiration for your own photographs.

After perusing these displays, take a short hike to the Syangboche Airport just above town. From here, you can capture stunning photographs of Namche Bazaar from above—not to mention the wall of Himalayan peaks surrounding the town. Finally, make sure to visit the Hotel Everest View. It’s regarded as the highest hotel in the world and offers great vistas of its namesake mountain from each window. Overnight at a guesthouse in Namche Bazaar. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 06 - Namche to Tengboche (3860m/12660ft) Walking Distance - 10 to 11 km, Duration: 5 hours

Today’s hike begins at a leisurely pace. Leaving Namche Bazaar, your path winds uphill through fragrant rhododendron woodlands and passes alongside quiet Himalayan villages. Many trekkers regard this route as the most scenic section of the entire Everest Base Camp Trek. You’re really in the mountains now: Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Nuptse are just a few of the stunning peaks that tower over the trail. You’ll continue hiking past the Imja Khola; this river drains the slopes of Everest and is actually a tributary of the Dudh Koshi. Your destination for today lies where the two rivers converge at the spiritual center of the Khumbu: Tengboche. This village is best known as the site of the important Tengboche Monastery. This is the largest gompa you’ll visit during your hike, and it’s a sublime sight to behold: flanked by pines and azaleas and set against the backdrop of Ama Dablam, it’s hard to imagine a more striking setting. Make sure to step inside to check out the monastery’s exquisite murals and statuary. You’ll spend the night at a guesthouse in Tengboche. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 07 - Tengboche to Dingboche (4410m/14464ft) Walking Distance - 11 to 12 km, Duration: 5 hours

After savoring a tasty breakfast in Tengboche, you’ll begin your morning hike by descending through forest-clad hillsides towards the tiny hamlet of Deboche. You’ll cross a handful of suspension bridges over the Imja Khola before approaching the next notable settlement on today’s route: Pangboche. This is a good place to rest and enjoy a snack while taking in tremendous views of Ama Dablam. When you’re ready to continue, you’ll start climbing along a trail lined with prayer flags and bordered by mani walls. Mani walls are comprised of many stone tablets, each of which is inscribed with a Buddhist mantra, and should always be passed on the left. Continuing past the village of Orsho, you’ll finally arrive at the small Sherpa village called Dingboche. Known as the “summer valley” of the region, Dingboche experiences summer rains from the monsoon, contributing to its farming livelihood. Check in at an internet café or enjoy a bite to eat from one of the local bakeries before turning in at your guesthouse, where you’ll spend the night. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 08 - Acclimatization Day- Hike to Nagarjun hill and return: Walking Distance - 5 to 6 km, Duration: 4 to 5 hours

Now that you’ve reached altitudes greater than 4,000 meters, you’ll need more time to adjust to the rarified air. Today is therefore reserved for acclimatization—but that doesn’t mean you have to sit still. Just south of Dingboche is a steep hike to the top of Nagarjun Hill, from which you can obtain gobsmacking views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Lobuche, and Taboche. Trekking to this rewarding vantage point also offers a panoramic vista of the entire Imja Khola valley. When you’ve had your fill of sightseeing, return to Dingboche to explore its many guesthouses, restaurants, bakeries, and shops. Dingboche is also noted for hosting one of the world’s highest billiards parlors. For our money, there’s nothing more relaxing than kicking back with a mug of butter tea while enjoying the solitary splendor of Imja Tse, the 6,189-meter mountain better known as Island Peak, which rises above town. You’ll spend the night at your guesthouse in Dingboche; today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 09 - Dingboche to Lobuche (4910m/16105ft) Walking Distance - 11 to 12 km, Duration: 5 hours

After leaving Dingboche, today’s hike takes you through windswept pastures and past the lonely huts of yak herders. As you trek towards the tiny settlement of Lobuche, you’ll notice changes in the local terrain. The woodlands of the past few days have now thinned out, replaced with scattered shrubs and rocky, snow-dusted grasslands. Your route will afford you with a good look at the now-familiar peaks of Lhotse and Ama Dablam, but there are even more mountains to be identified from here. Ask your guide to point out Lingtren, Pumori, and Khumbutse. Today’s trek ends at Lobuche, a small village nestled in the shadow of the mountain which shares its name. Lobuche is comprised almost entirely of guesthouses, so it’s the ideal spot to spend the night. Make sure to get plenty of rest so you’re ready for the hike to Everest Base Camp in the morning. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 10 - Lobuche to Gorakshep (5180m/16990ft) - Everest Base Camp (5364m/17594ft) and back to Gorakshep, Walking Distance - 14 to 15 km, Duration- 8 hours

Today is the day you’ve been waiting for: after many kilometers of trekking, you’ll finally get to see Everest Base Camp with your own two eyes. From Lobuche, you’ll strike out on a trail leading to Gorakshep. This is a sparsely populated little village where trekkers’ lodges and guesthouses are situated on the edge of a frozen lakebed. Gorakshep was once the site of the original Everest Base Camp, and it’s your last stop before pressing on to the base camp’s current location. Take a moment to enjoy the semi-tame birdlife here, including snowcocks and choughs, before resuming your hike.

Leaving Gorakshep, you’ll begin hiking alongside the Khumbu glacier moraine and its associated Khumbu Icefall, which is regarded as a particularly hazardous part of the climb for those attempting to summit Everest. You’ve now reached the best part of the day: your arrival at Everest Base Camp. Spend some time enjoying the incredible atmosphere; depending on the time of year, you might run into climbing expeditions getting ready for their epic ascent. You’ll return to Gorakshep to spend the night in your guesthouse, basking in the exhilaration of having achieved the ultimate trekker’s dream. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner today are included.

Day 11 - Gorakshep - Kala Patthar (5545m/11283ft) then trek back to Pheriche (4210m/13810ft) Walking Distance - 13 to 14 km, Duration - 7 hours

You’ve already been to base camp, but the Everest Base Camp Trek isn’t over yet. You’ll actually get your best view of the mountain itself on today’s hike to the vantage point of Kala Patthar. You’ll depart Gorakshep in the early morning to ascend to this famous viewpoint in time for sunrise, climbing a series of challenging switchbacks. Kala Patthar represents the highest elevation of the entire journey, so it should come as no surprise that the view from here is unparalleled. You’ll relish the enchanting interplay of light and shadow as the sunrise reveals a panoramic vista of the Everest massif and the surrounding peaks of Nuptse and Changtse. When you’re ready to move on, you’ll descend from Kala Patthar and begin trekking towards Pheriche. This is a small farming community that serves as a popular stop for trekkers. You’ll overnight at a guesthouse here. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

 

Day 12 - Pheriche to Namche (3440m/11283) Walking Distance - 14 to 15 km, Duration- 7 hours

Today you’ll be trekking from Pheriche all the way back to Namche Bazaar. While this route comes out to be about 15 kilometers, the going is significantly easier now that you’re descending. You should be able to make good time as you follow the trail along the watercourse of the Imja Khola, crossing suspension bridges and passing by the familiar sights of Pangboche and Tengboche. Consider stopping for a relaxing lunch in the little town of Phungi Thanga or Kyangjuma before continuing to descend through pleasant woodlands. After another two or three hours on the trail, you’ll find yourself back in Namche Bazaar. Enjoy an evening mingling with other trekkers who are still on their way to Everest Base Camp. You’ll overnight at a guesthouse in Namche Bazaar. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 13 - Namche to Lukla (2800m/9184ft) Walking Distance - 18 to 19 km, Duration - 7 hours

Today’s trek will take you back to Lukla, where your adventure began. About an hour from Namche Bazaar, you’ll reach the first of many suspension bridges laden with prayer flags. These flags snap in the wind while the Dudh Koshi river roars beneath, creating an unforgettable ambience. This return journey will be familiar, but you’ll get a new perspective on the many chortens, mani walls, and gompas along the way now that you’re traveling in the opposite direction. You’ll pass through the village of Cheplung and wind your way gradually along the path leading to Lukla. You’ll arrive in the late afternoon and spend the night here in Lukla. Today’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

Day 14 - Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

Your successful trek comes to a conclusion today. Wake up early to bid a very fond farewell to the spectacular scenery of the Khumbu before boarding your morning flight back to Kathmandu. Watching the Himalayas pass beneath your window, you’ll now be able to recognize many of the major peaks. After the solitude of the mountains, the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu may come as something of a surprise. You’ll be transferred to your hotel to spend the rest of the day at your leisure; feel free to relax or explore the local markets. There are plenty of great restaurants in Thamel where you can enjoy dinner before returning to your hotel to spend the night. Today’s breakfast is included.

Day 15 - Reserve day in Kathmandu

This day is reserved in case there are any weather-related delays with your return flight from Lukla. If your schedule is on track, today represents a great opportunity to get more familiar with Kathmandu by exploring any of the attractions you weren’t able to visit upon arriving in Nepal. Some lesser-known sites include the colorful Buddhist Kopan Monastery and the Hindu Changu Narayan Temple, which lies just east of the city and is recognized as a World Heritage site. There are also lots of places to grab a bite to eat. Especially popular amongst trekkers is The Rum Doodle, located on Bhupi Road in Kathmandu’s Naxal neighborhood. Guests here are encouraged to sign a paper cutout of a yeti footprint to decorate the restaurant’s walls; look carefully and you might just see the autographs of famous mountaineers. When you’re finished shopping and eating, return to your hotel to spend the night. Today’s breakfast is included.

Day 16 - Farewell and Departure

This morning, you’ll wake up to enjoy your last breakfast in Kathmandu while reflecting on all of the memories you’ve made on the Everest Base Camp Trek over the past two weeks. Approximately three hours before your scheduled flight, you will be transported to Tribhuvan International Airport for your departure. We hope you’ll return to Nepal in the near future to see everything else that our unique country has to offer! Today’s breakfast is included.

Cost Includes

  • All ground transport in a private vehicle including airport transfers
  • Four nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu city tours, including all entry fees, tour guide and private transportation
  • Three daily meals with tea/coffee (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek. Private bathrooms with hot showers are provided at Phakding, Namche and Lukla
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • One highly experienced, helpful and friendly guide. Porters (1 porter for 2 people) and their food, accommodation, salary and equipment. Accident insurance for all staff
  • Round trip flight Kathmandu – Lukla / Lukla – Kathmandu including departure taxes
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag use while trekking
  • Duffle bag for trekking
  • Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • First aid medicine kit
  • Sagarmatha National Park Permit fee
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers' Information Management System (Please bring 2 passport size photos for permit)
  • Government taxes & office service charge

Cost Excludes

  • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the above itinerary
  • Personal Travel insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa. You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. A multiple-entry tourist visa good for 30 days can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent in foreign currency. Similarly, multiple-entry tourist visas for 90 days can be obtained by paying US $ 100. Please bring 2 passport-size photos.
  • Soft drinks including water
  • Snacks and other personal expenses
  • Hot showers during the trek except when in Phakding, Namche and Lukla
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • WiFi internet and phone call unless its free.
  • Tips and gratuities for trekking staff and drivers

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Alexander Irzak , 94 Green Bush Road, North York, Ontario, M2M 1P4, Canada

Hello Team,

The Everest Base Camp Trek was a 52nd birthday present to myself…J With plans and preparations going back and forth between me and Ganga and Balaram beforehand, I had been given every information on the trek and I remember being beyond excited for the trek to start. When I finally landed at the airport, I was greeted with flower garlands and smiles by Ganga and Balaram and my guide Rajendra.

Everyone was incredibly professional from Day #1, never missing a beat. From the lovely sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu city at the beginning to the trekking journeys starting from Lukla all the way to the base camp and Kalapatthar, the whole experience is an unforgettable one for me. I am so glad that I chose Nepal Hiking Team for this because I felt like I was treated like royalty the entire time!

An excellent virtuoso and a maestro at trekking, Rajendra was my guide for the trip. His competent and efficient skills made for quite a comfortable and adventurous trekking experience! His company on the mountain with me made the trip feel like an extended fun respite. Rajendra was always moving about, making sure I had good portions of meals and the teahouses had good and comfortable settings. I even stayed at the Hotel Everest View a while longer than intended and Rajendra molded the day’s schedule to fit my time.

I applaud his guidance and management. Both Ganga and Balaram were available on telephone to me the whole time and I felt safe and well-taken care of. My heartfelt gratitude and utmost thanks to Ganga, Balaram, the amazing Rajendra and Nepal Hiking Team for arranging and helping me make my 52nd year in life an adventurous and amazing one! My full recommendation for trekkers goes to Nepal Hiking Team, really I could not recommend them more enough.             

Tony Hore , Australia

I did the Everest Base Camp Trek with Nepal Hiking Team with my family on the December of last year. I know I am about half a year late in doing a proper review of the trek but with the experience I had, I figured I might as express my thoughts on it. It was, without any room for hesitation, one of the best treks that I and my family had the pleasure of experiencing. From the very initial moments of mere e-mails, Nepal Hiking Team showed that they were at the top of their niche. With a friendly and fast replies to all of the mail, we were able to get a good sense of what we were getting ourselves into. Than as the time finally came for us to go to Nepal we were greeted at the airport with the hospitality and welcome that Nepalese people are known for. With flower garlands and silk scarves, we were taken to our hotel room in Thamel, one of the most colorful and lively street we had the fortune of seeing. Finally, as the trek started, we were taken good care of throughout. From the services like accommodations, the transportation and the meals to the demeanor of the guide and the porters who accompanied us, we were made to feel comfortable and well-taken care of.

The sights of the mountains throughout the trek were amazing. Luckily, the weather was nice throughout the trek and the views of the landscape was amazing and quite surreal. This mixed with the fact that we had the chance of exploring and visiting the monastery at Tengboche and the small mani-stone walls scattered throughout the land made the trek exotic for us. Experiencing the culture and the rituals of the Nepali people of the Himalayas and then finally trekking to the base camp of Everest was a dream come true for my family. Then as we hiked to Gorekshep and then to Kalapatthar, the views of Mount Everest as well as other peaks like the Ama Dablam and the Lhotse were just spectacular!

I am glad that we went with Nepal Hiking Team for our trek. It was well-managed and the arrangements were splendid. We were very comfortable throughout and had no complains about it. The memories of the trek are still fresh in my mind and my children still talk about Nepal with fond memories. Thank You Nepal Hiking Team for this arrangement and for making it a very good one.

Lisa Rene Pes , 2402 E 5th Street Unit 1437 Tempe AZ 85201

From my first correspondences with Ganga to the time I was dropped off toward the finish of my excursion, Nepal Hiking Team went well beyond to deal with us. I exceptionally suggest Nepal Hiking Team for any of your climbing or social visits in Nepal. We were energetically welcomed. They experienced every one of the subtleties and prepared us for our visits and climb. Our guide for Kathmandu sightseeing for Kathmandu was truly learned and the private driver was affable and proficient. We encountered a large number of the sanctuaries and shopping regions in the city. The following day was a long hold up at the air terminal attempting to get to Lukla, it was still storm season so there were numerous individuals who were sitting in the air terminal for a considerable length of time attempting to go to Lukla.

Nepal Hiking Team through their different assets had the option to book us a helicopter flight and we began our schedule. Our guide Kul and porter Tika immediately turned out to be dear companions; they dealt with each need of ours on the mountain. I experienced illness on the night subsequent to landing at Base Camp and the consideration I got from Nepal Hiking Team was past exceptional. You never need or anticipate that anything terrible should occur. At the point when I woke up with O2 levels of 42, they were ready to conduct required action.  I was taken back to Kathmandu via Helicopter. I was admitted to a hospital where Ganga’s sibling instantly came and monitored my well being. At the point when I was discharged the following day, I was amazed to discover the group there prepared to take me to the Hotel. With 4 extra days, they booked with a Safari and whitewater boating trip with a private drive. The whole experience surpassed the entirety of my desires. I didn’t really expect the degree of professional administration and the regard they had for everything. I’m as of now arranging my next excursion to Bhutan with these folks. I have an inclination that I’ve met long lasting companions! You can’t turn out badly with booking with Nepal Hiking Team!!!

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