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Grade:

Moderate

Altitude:

5545

Meal:

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Group Size:

2-16 Persons

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Everest Base Camp Trekking

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Overview And Highlights

Durations : 15 Days
Activities : Trekking in Nepal

Everest Base Camp trek Highlights

  • You walk past the breathtaking Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefalls.
  • You will get goosebumps with the thrilling flight as well as the heavenly side views the flight offers.
  • You can give yourself a treat by strolling around the busiest Sherpa town, Namche Bazar.
  • You can spend time at the school set up by Sir Edmund Hillary in the Khumjung village and inspect the mountaineers preparing for the expedition.
  • You join the spiritual tour to the ancient Tengboche monastery, which is among the largest in the region.

Do you want to be away from the crowded city? Maybe you want to explore the lifestyle of typical villages and their unique culture. Are you an adventure lover who loves to explore natural attributes and their geographical variation? How about staying away from tall buildings and having momentum in the lap of the world's highest peak, Mt. Everest, and surrounded by green hills, rivers, and streams? For this, join our classic 15-day Everest Base Camp Trek Package.

Well, I recommend you take a break from your hectic schedule and reach out to one of the best trekking destinations, the Mount Everest Base Camp Trek. The Everest Base Camp Trek is a world-class trekking destination. It is an opportunity to explore and relax in the foothills and base of the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest (8848 meters), surrounded by gigantic vistas like Mt. Lhotse (8,516 meters), Makalu (8,485 meters), Mt. Cho-Oyu (8,201 meters), and other magnificent, huge mountains. Furthermore, it is a journey towards the cultural land, rich reserves like Sagarmatha National Park, monasteries, prayer flags, and gompas. All of which hold ideal importance and historical significance. All this you will get in our Everest Base Camp Trek.

The Everest Base Camp Trek begins after a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small town located in the Solukhumbu region of Nepal. From Lukla, the trek follows the Dudh Kosi River, passing through picturesque Sherpa villages and lush forests. Following the classic trail, it leads to Namche, a popular tourist hub and gateway to the Khumbu region. The Everest Base Camp trekking trail is famous for taking travelers deep into rich wildlife, including flora and fauna, typical Sherpa settlements, and ancient monasteries. The trail is well-maintained and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains, including Ama Dablam, Nuptse, and Lhotse. As the trek progresses,

The trail becomes steeper and more strenuous, but the views become even more breathtaking. Along the way, trekkers will pass through the villages of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, which offer a glimpse into the traditional Sherpa culture. These villages are also popular stops for rest and acclimatization. The trekking trail attracts travelers with lush rhododendron, oak forests, wildflowers, a snow leopard, musk deer, and many other appealing sights. Popular Himalayan monasteries like Tengboche, typical Sherpa settlements like Dengboche, Labuche, and Gorakshep, and the Everest Base Camp Trek are the equivalent attractions. The final stretch of the trek to Everest Base Camp takes trekkers through the Khumbu Glacier, a massive ice field that is home to the famous Mt. Everest. The Sherpa community's unique culture, festivals, and hospitality, along with a taste of local foods, leave only traces of compliments throughout and after the journey.

In addition, the Everest Base Camp Trek is an outstanding trekking package alongside the world-famous viewpoint Kala Patthar (5545 meters) that gives access to the finest observation of huge and high mountains, including Mount Everest.if you dont have enough time to make everest base camp trek you can chose short Everest view trek for family or Everest panorama point treks

 Everest Base Camp Trek Cost 

Everest Base Camp Trek The cost can vary depending on a number of factors, including the time of year, the length of the trek, and the type of accommodation and transportation used. In general, the cost of the trek can range from around $1,500 to $5,000 or more. One of the main expenses associated with the Everest Base Camp trek is the cost of the permit to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, which is necessary to trek to the base camp.

Permit Cost

This permit can cost around $30 per person.

Food and Accomodation Cost

Another significant cost is the cost of accommodations and food. Many trekkers choose to stay in tea houses along the trail, which can cost around $10 to $15 per night for a basic room and $10 to $15 for a meal. Some trekkers may choose to camp instead, which can increase the cost slightly.

Transportation Cost

Transportation is another major cost associated with the trek, as it is necessary to get to and from the trailhead. This cost can vary depending on the mode of transportation used, with Jeep or bus rides costing less than flights.

Guide and Porter Hire Cost

Finally, there is the cost of hiring a guide or porter. Many trekkers choose to hire a guide, who can help with navigation and other logistical issues as well as provide valuable information about the culture and history of the region. A guide can cost around $25 to $30 per day. A porter can cost around $20 per day.

It's worth noting that these costs are approximate and can vary depending on the company you book with and the time of year. It's also important to consider that many of the costs of the trek can be reduced by being more budget-friendly, such as by bringing your own camping gear, food, and other necessities.

In summary, the cost of an Everest Base Camp trek can range from around $1,500 to $5,000 or more, depending on a number of factors, including the time of year, the length of the trek, and the type of accommodation and transportation used. The permit to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, the cost of accommodations and food, transportation, and hiring a guide or porter are the main expenses associated with the trek.

Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary in terms of distance, time, and maximum altitude

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu Nepal

On the first day of the trek, you will arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal, at 1350m and transfer to the hotel with a breakfast plan.

Day 2 : Flight to To Lukla and trek to Phakding 3-4 hrs

Total Distance: 8 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 2860 m

Day 3 : Phakding to Namche Bazaar 3440, 5-6 hrs

Total Distance: 10 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 3440 m

Day 4 : Rest Day at Namche Bazaar and Hike to Everest View Hotel 

Total Distance: 5 KM
Estimated time: 2 hours
Max Altitude: 3880 m

Day 5 : Trek to Tangbouche/Dibouche 3820 m

Total Distance: 11 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 3820 m

Day 6 : Trek to Dingbouche

Total Distance: 9 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 4910 m

Day 7 : Acclimatization day at Dingbouche.

Total Distance: 14 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 2874 m

Day 8 : Trek to Labouche from Dingbouche via Thukla 

Total Distance: 14 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
.Max Altitude: 4910 m

Day 09 : Trek to Gokrak Shap 5180m, and Hike to Everest Base Camp 

Total Distance: 9 KM
Estimated time: 5-6 hours
Max Altitude: 5364 m

Day 10 : Hike to Kalapather 5550m, and trek back to pheriche 

Total Distance: 9 KM
Estimated time: 6 hours
Max Altitude: 4300 m

Day 11 : Trek to Kyanjuma  

Total Distance: 9 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 3800 m,

Day 12 : Trek to Phakding Via Namche 

Total Distance: 10 KM
Estimated time: 5 hours
Max Altitude: 3440 m

Day 13 : Trek back to Lukla  3/4 hrs

Total Distance: 7.5 KM
Estimated time: 4 hours
Max Altitude: 2830 m

Day 14 : Flight Back to Kathmandu from Lukla 35 minutes 1350m,

Total Distance: 367 Km.
Estimated time: 45 Minut
Max Altitude: 2874 m

Day 15 : Final Departure

Max Altitude: 1350 m

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Arrival at Kathmandu airport, 1350m, you will be greeted by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Your accommodation will be on a bed and breakfast plan, which means that breakfast will be provided at the hotel but other meals will be on your own.

After you have settled in, we will go for a traditional Nepali dinner. This will be a great opportunity to sample some of the delicious local cuisine, and to get a taste of the local culture. During dinner, we will discuss the details of your trip and make any final preparations.

Our goal is to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience, and we will do everything we can to make that happen. So, please don't hesitate to ask any questions or voice any concerns you may have. After dinner, you can take some time to relax and get a good night's sleep, as the adventure of your trip starts the next day.

Food
Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1350

An early morning flight to Lukla is the starting point of the trek to Phakding. The flight is only 35 minutes long and upon arrival, we will begin our trek. The trek to Phakding takes about 3-4 hours and is considered to be relatively easy compared to other sections of the trek.

The trail takes us through beautiful rhododendron forests, small villages, and along the Dudh Kosi river. The scenery is breathtaking and is sure to leave a lasting impression. Along the way, we will have the opportunity to see traditional Sherpa culture and possibly catch a glimpse of the local wildlife.

The destination for the day is the small village of Phakding, where we will spend the night in a local teahouse. This is just the beginning of an incredible journey, and we are sure to have many more unforgettable experiences along the way.

Food
Breakfast/ Lunch and Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel/Logde
Elevation
2610

Day 3 of the trek takes us from Phakding to Namche Bazaar, a journey that takes around 5-6 hours. The trail today is a bit more challenging than the previous day, as we will be ascending steeply through beautiful rhododendron forests, and alpine meadows. Along the way, we will cross the Dudh Kosi river several times via suspension bridges.

The trail also takes us through the village of Monjo, where we will pass the entrance gate to the Sagarmatha National Park. As we continue on, the trail becomes steeper and more strenuous, but the views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest, become more and more breathtaking. As we reach Namche Bazaar, we will have the opportunity to explore the bustling market and check out the local shops and restaurants. Namche Bazaar is also a great place to acclimatize before continuing on with the trek

 

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3440

Day 4 of the trek takes us from Namche Bazaar to the village of Tangbouche or Dibouche. The journey takes around 5-6 hours and offers some of the most spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

The trail takes us through beautiful rhododendron forests and alpine meadows and we will cross several suspension bridges over the Dudh Kosi river. As we ascend, the trail becomes steeper, but the views of the Himalayas become more and more breathtaking. Along the way, we will pass through several traditional Sherpa villages, and we will have the opportunity to learn about their culture and way of life. Tangbouche and Dibouche are small villages, but they have a lot to offer.

The village of Tangbouche is home to the oldest Buddhist Monastery in the Khumbu region and is a great place to learn about the local culture and religion. Dibouche is also known for its beautiful landscapes and natural hot spring, which is perfect for soaking in after a long day of trekking. After reaching the destination,

we will spend the night in a local teahouse, where we will have the opportunity to taste traditional Sherpa food and mingle with the locals.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3880

Day 5 of the trek takes us from Tangbouche/Dibouche to Dingbouche, a journey that takes around 4-5 hours. The trail today is relatively easy, and the scenery is absolutely breathtaking. As we ascend, we will pass through beautiful rhododendron forests and alpine meadows, and we will have the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife.

Along the way, we will cross several suspension bridges over the Dudh Kosi River and pass through traditional Sherpa villages. Dingbouche is a small village located at an altitude of 4410m, it is the last major village on the trek before reaching the base camp. Dingbouche is home to a number of teahouses and lodges and is a great place to spend the night.

The village is also home to a beautiful Buddhist Monastery, which is a great place to learn about the local culture and religion. From Dingbouche, we will have the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, including Mt. Ama Dablam, and Mt. Tawache. The day will end with a good rest and preparing for the next stage of the trek.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3820

Day 6 of the trek was a journey from Tangbouche to Dingbouche, two villages located in the Everest region of Nepal. The trek began with a steep ascent through beautiful rhododendron forests, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Along the way, we passed by small traditional villages, where we had the opportunity to interact with the local Sherpa people and learn about their culture and way of life.

As we continued on the trail, we were treated to breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. The trail then descended into a beautiful valley, where we stopped for lunch and enjoyed the serene surroundings. After lunch, we continued on the trail and soon reached Dingbouche, where we set up camp for the night. Dingbouche is a small village located at an altitude of 4,410 meters, and offers a great vantage point for sunset and sunrise views of the Himalayas.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4410

Day 7 of the trek is an acclimatization day at Dingbouche. The altitude at Dingbouche is already pretty high, so it is important to take some time to allow our bodies to adjust to the higher elevations. One of the recommended activities on this day is to take a hike to Nagarjun Hill.

The hike takes around 3-4 hours and offers spectacular views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks including Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Tawache and other peak The hike to Nagarjun Hill is relatively easy, and it's a great way to get a taste of what's to come as we continue on with the trek. Along with the magnificent view, Nagarjun Hill also offers beautiful landscapes and perfect place for acclimatization.

After reaching the summit of the hill, we will have time to explore and take in the views before descending back to Dingbouche. The rest of the day will be spent relaxing and preparing for the next stage of the trek.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4410

Day 8 of the trek takes us from Dingbouche to Labouche, a journey that takes around 5-6 hours. The trail today is considered to be relatively strenuous as we will be ascending steeply a Labouche is a small village located at an altitude of 4910m, and it is the last village before reaching the base camp.

The village is small but it has a lot to offer. It is home to a number of teahouses and lodges, and it is a great place to spend the night. From Labouche, we will have the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding mountains including Mt. Pumori, Mt. Lingtren, and Mt.Khumbutse. The day will end with a good rest and preparing for the next stage of the trek.

 

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4910

Day 9 of the trek starts with a journey from Labouche to Gorak Shep, a small village located at the base of the Khumbu Glacier. The trek is a moderate hike through rocky terrain, and as you gain altitude, the views of the surrounding peaks become increasingly spectacular. Along the way, you will pass through several small villages, each with its own unique culture and way of life.

You will also have the opportunity to see the famous Pumori and Lingtren peaks up close. Once you reach Gorak Shep, you will take a short break to rest and acclimatize before starting the final leg of the journey to Everest Base Camp 5364m,

The hike to base camp is a relatively easy one, but it is important to take your time and pace yourself, as the altitude can be challenging. Once you reach base camp, you will be treated to a stunning view of the Khumbu Glacier and the famous South Col route, which is used by climbers attempting to summit Mount Everest.

You will also have the opportunity to see the base camp itself, where climbers prepare for their ascent. After spending some time at base camp, you will begin your descent back to Gorak Shep where you can rest and recover. It is an incredible experience to reach the base camp of the highest peak in the world, and it will be a lifetime memory for you.

However, it's important to remember that this hike should only be attempted by experienced hikers, as the altitude and terrain can be dangerous. It's also important to acclimatize properly before attempting this hike and to bring appropriate gear and equipment. It's always better to hire a guide or a porter for this hike to ensure safety.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
5364

Day 10 of the trek is an early morning hike to Kalapathar (5545m), a viewpoint that offers breathtaking views of Mount Everest and the surrounding Himalayan peaks. The hike is challenging, but well worth the effort as it provides an unparalleled opportunity to witness the beauty of the world's highest mountain.

The best time to start the hike is early in the morning to catch the sunrise, as the light and colors of the morning sky make for a truly unforgettable experience. The hike to Kalapathar begins with a gradual ascent through rocky terrain, and as you gain altitude, the views become increasingly spectacular. Along the way, you will pass through a variety of landscapes, including lush forests, rocky outcroppings, and barren alpine terrain.As you approach Kalapathar, you will see the peaks of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and many other towering peaks in the distance.

Once you reach the summit of Kalapathar, you will be treated to a panoramic view of the Himalayas, including the stunning south face of Mount Everest.You will be able to see the Khumbu Glacier and the Khumbu Icefall, which are both spectacular natural phenomena. As you take in the views, you'll likely feel a sense of awe and wonder at the majesty of the mountains. After spending some time at the summit, you will begin your descent back to Pheriche, where you can rest and recover.

The hike back is relatively easy, and you will have the opportunity to reflect on the incredible experience you just had. This hike is a must-do for anyone visiting the Everest region.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4300

Day 11of the trek starts with a journey from Pheriche to Kynjuma via Tangbouche. The trek is a moderate hike through a variety of landscapes, including rocky terrain, lush forests, and small villages. Along the way, you will pass through several small villages where you can see the traditional way of life of the local Sherpa people. You will also have the opportunity to see the beautiful Ama Dablam and the Taweche peaks up close. As you pass through Tangbouche, you'll have the opportunity to visit the famous Monastery, which is one of the oldest and most important monasteries in the region.

The Monastery is a great place to learn about the local culture and Buddhism. After leaving Tangbouche, the trail will lead you through beautiful rhododendron forest and small stream, where you will see many birds, and wild animals along the way. As you gain altitude, the views of the surrounding peaks become increasingly spectacular. Once you reach Kynjuma, you will have the opportunity to rest and recover from the days trek. Kynjuma is a small village, but it offers a great view of the surrounding peaks, and you can also see the beautiful sunset from here.

This trek is a great way to experience the natural beauty of the Himalayas and learn about the culture and way of life of the local people. As always, it is important to take your time and pace yourself, as the altitude can be challenging and make sure to acclimatize properly before attempting this hike and to bring appropriate gear and equipment. It's always better to hire a guide or a porter for this hike to ensue.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3800

Day 12 of the trek starts with a journey from Kyanjuma to Phakding via Namche Monjo. The trek is a moderate hike through beautiful alpine forests, with the opportunity to see several small villages and the famous Namche Bazaar.

The trail will lead you through the beautiful Dudh Koshi river and you will cross several suspension bridges along the way. As you pass through Namche Monjo, you'll have the opportunity to visit the Namche Monjo village, which is a small but vibrant village.

The village is known for its traditional Sherpa culture, and you can see the traditional way of life of the local people. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Namche Monjo Monastery, which is one of the oldest and most important monasteries in the region.

The Monastery is a great place to learn about the local culture and Buddhism. After leaving Namche Monjo, the trail will lead you through beautiful rhododendron forest and small stream, where you will see many birds, and wild animals along the way. As you gain altitude, the views of the surrounding peaks become increasingly spectacular.

Once you reach Phakding, you will have the opportunity to rest and recover from the days trek. Phakding is a small village, but it offers a great view of the surrounding peaks and it's a great place to see the beautiful sunset. This trek is a great way to experience the natural beauty of the Himalayas and learn about the culture and way of life of the local people.

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2610

Day 13 of the trek is the final leg of the journey, and it starts with a journey from Phakding to Lukla. The trek is a moderate hike through beautiful alpine forests, with the opportunity to see several small villages and the famous Dudh Koshi river.

The trail will lead you through the beautiful Dudh Koshi river and you will cross several suspension bridges along the way. As you approach Lukla, you will have the opportunity to see the beautiful mountains that you have been trekking around for the past few days.

The views from Lukla are truly spectacular, and you will have the opportunity to take some final photos and reflect on your journey. Once you reach Lukla, you will have the opportunity to rest and recover from the trek. Lukla is a small but vibrant village, and it's the gateway to the Everest region.

You can see the traditional way of life of the local people, and you can also visit the Lukla Monastery which is one of the oldest and most important monasteries in the region. The Monastery is a great place to learn about the local culture and Buddhism.

 

Food
BLD
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2830

Day 14 of the trek is the final day and it starts with an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The flight takes around 30 minutes and offers a bird's eye view of the stunning Himalayas as you make your way back to Kathmandu.

The flight is considered one of the most spectacular and adventurous flights in the world and it is a great way to end your trek in the Everest Region. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel. The drive to the hotel usually takes around 20 minutes, depending on traffic.

During the drive, you'll have the opportunity to see the bustling streets of Kathmandu and the contrasts between the city and the mountains that you have just trekked. Once you reach the hotel, you can rest and relax after the trek. You can also take a shower and freshen up.

You can also spend some time exploring the city of Kathmandu, which is full of culture, history, and architecture. You can also take the time to shop for souvenirs and gifts to take home with you.

This is the end of your journey in the Everest Region. You have seen the world's highest peak and trekked through the beautiful mountains, seen the traditional way of life of the local people and learned about the culture and Buddhism. You have also challenged yourself physically and mentally, and you have come back with a lifetime of memories.

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1350

Final Departure for your furture Destination fly back to home

Food
Breakfast

What Is Included ?

  • Airport picks up and drop of service by private vehicel
  • 2 nights accommodation in twin bed sharing basis with breakfast in Kathmandu.
  • Domestic flight ticket from KTM-Lukla-KTM and airport tax.
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Seasonal fresh fruit every evening after dinner
  • Lodge accommodation during the trek.
  • 1 experienced, helpful and friendly guide, porters (1 porter for 2 peoples), their food accommodation, salary, equipment insurance.
  • All transportation by private vehicle.
  • Sagarmatha National Park Permit.
  • All necessary permits. First Aid Medical Kit box.
  • Office Service charge All Government Tax. Farwell dinner in Kathmandu
  • T-shirt and duffel bag from Team Ram adventure
  • Achievement certificate after your successful trip
  • Farewell Dinner in kathmandu after your trip

What Is Excluded?

  • Any meals (Lunch and Dinner) in Kathmandu other than breakfast.
  • Travel insurance International air fare to and from Nepal.
  • Nepal Tourist Visa fees. Items and expenses of personal nature.
  • Any kind of alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, hot drinks,snacks, laundry, phone call, internet.
  • Personal Trekking Equipment.
  • Emergency Evacuation (Helicopter Rescue).
  • Any costs which arise due to a change of the itinerary, because of landslides, domestic flight delays, political disturbance, and strikes etc.
  • Any other costs whatsoever, that is not mentioned in the cost included. Horse renting and additional porters during the trek.
  • Tips for guide, porters ( Recommended)

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FAQs

How Safe Everest Base Camp Trek?

The safety of the Everest Base Camp Trek depends on several factors, including the hiker's physical condition, the time of year, and the chosen route. In general, the trek is considered to be safe for physically fit individuals, but it does present some challenges and risks.

One of the main risks is altitude sickness, which can occur when ascending to high elevations. Symptoms include headache, nausea, and fatigue, and can progress to more severe conditions such as high altitude cerebral oedema (HACE) and high altitude pulmonary oedema (HAPE). To minimize the risk of altitude sickness, it's important to acclimatize properly and to avoid ascending too quickly.

Additionally, it's important to be prepared for the harsh conditions of the trek, which can include extreme cold, high winds, and exposure to the sun. It's important to have the proper clothing and equipment, including warm layers, a waterproof jacket, and a good pair of hiking boots. In general, the Everest Base Camp Trek is considered to be safe for physically fit individuals who are properly prepared and take the necessary precautions. Everest Base Camp trek can be a safe and enjoyable experience.

What is the temperature ?

The temperature during the Everest Base Camp trek can vary greatly depending on the time of year and the elevation. The trek takes place in the Himalayas, which is known for its extreme weather conditions.During the peak trekking season, which is typically from September to November and February to May, the temperature during the day can be quite mild, with daytime highs averaging around 10-15°C (50-60°F) in the lower elevations. However, as you ascend in elevation, the temperature will drop, and night-time lows can be below freezing, with temperatures dropping to around -10°C (14°F) or lower at higher elevations. 

the winter months, the temperature is much colder and snowfall is common, especially at higher elevations. The temperature can drop to -20°C (-4°F) or lower, and the wind chill can make it feel even colder. It's essential to pack warm clothing and gear, including a down jacket, insulated pants, gloves, and a warm hat, to protect yourself from the cold. It's also important to note that the temperature can vary greatly depending on the time of day and the weather conditions.

 

How is Accommodation in Everest trek?

How is the accommodation in the lodge The accommodation during the Everest Base Camp trek is typically in the form of guesthouses or lodges. These lodges are often simple, basic, and rustic, with shared facilities such as bathrooms and dining areas. The lodges usually offer twin-sharing rooms with basic amenities such as a bed, mattress, pillow, and a blanket.

The rooms are usually heated by a wood or dung stove, which can make the rooms quite warm. However, it's important to note that the heat may not be sufficient to keep the rooms warm at night, especially at higher elevations, so it's important to pack warm clothing and a good sleeping bag. Some of the lodges also have electricity but power cut is common.

The bathrooms in the lodges are usually shared, and the facilities are basic. The toilets are typically squat toilets, and the showers are usually cold water only. The water for showering and washing is heated by firewood or dung, and it can be limited, so it's important to conserve water and be mindful of the limited resources.

Meals are also provided by the lodges and are usually simple, hearty, and nutritious. The menu typically includes a variety of traditional Nepalese dishes such as dal baht (lentil soup and rice) and memos (Nepalese dumplings).

 

How Difficult Is the Everest Base Camp Trek?

13 Days Everest Base Camp Trek is considered one of the most challenging and rewarding treks in the world. The trek takes you through the stunning Himalayan Mountains, offering breathtaking views of some of the highest peaks in the world, including Mount Everest, the tallest mountain on Earth. However, the trek is not for the faint of heart, as it requires a high level of physical fitness, proper acclimatization, and a willingness to push yourself to your limits.

The trek typically takes 12–14 days, depending on the route you take and your pace. During this time, you will be hiking for several hours each day, ascending and descending steep trails, and camping overnight in remote areas. The elevation gain on the trek is significant, with some days requiring you to climb over 1,000 meters. This, combined with the thin air at high altitude, can make the trek physically demanding. One of the biggest challenges of the Everest Base Camp trek is altitude sickness.

As you climb higher in elevation, the air becomes thinner, making it harder for your body to get the oxygen it needs. Altitude sickness can cause a range of symptoms, including headaches, fatigue, nausea, and difficulty sleeping. It's important to be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness and take appropriate precautions, such as acclimatizing properly and taking rest days when needed.

To tackle the trek, it is highly recommended that you have a good level of physical fitness as well as experience hiking in mountainous terrain. The trek is considered strenuous and is not recommended for beginners or those with limited hiking experience. It is also important to have the right gear, including good-quality hiking boots, warm clothing, and a good-quality sleeping bag. Overall, the Everest Base Camp trek is a challenging and rewarding experience that requires a high level of physical fitness, proper acclimatization, and a willingness to push yourself to your limits.

The trek is not for the faint of heart, but for those who are prepared and willing to take on the challenge, it offers an unforgettable experience and the chance to see some of the most beautiful and remote places on earth. It's always recommended to take the help of a guide and a professional company who will help you to acclimatize and will make sure that you are well-prepared for the trek.

What is the best time for an Everest Base Camp Trek?

The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp depends on a variety of factors, including weather conditions, trail conditions, and your personal preferences. The peak trekking season for the Everest Base Camp trek is from September to November and from March to May. During these months, the weather is typically clear and stable, providing the best conditions for trekking. The temperatures are also mild, making it more comfortable for hiking.

The September-November season offers the best chance of clear views of the mountains, including Mount Everest, as the monsoon season is over and the skies are clear. The March-May season is also good for trekking, as the snow is melting and the trail is not covered in snow. Also, this is the time when the rhododendron flowers are in full bloom, making the trail more beautiful. However, trekking during the peak season also has its downsides. The trail can be crowded with other trekkers, making it harder to find a camping spot, and it can also be more expensive.

Additionally, the peak season also coincides with the time when the monsoon is over and the trail is not covered in snow, making it easier and less strenuous. The shoulder season, which runs from December to February and June to August, is also ideal for hiking. During these months, the trail is quieter and the prices are lower, but the weather can be more unpredictable and the trail can be covered in snow, making it more strenuous. The December-February season is when the trail is covered in snow, so it's important to be well-prepared for the cold weather and to have the right gear.

Everest Base Camp Trek in the Spring Season

The spring season, which falls between March and May, is one of the best times to trek to Everest Base Camp. During this time, the weather is mild, and the views of the surrounding mountains are clear and spectacular.

The trek to Everest Base Camp is a challenging but rewarding experience, and the spring season offers the perfect conditions to undertake it.

The trail is rocky and rugged, but the views of the surrounding peaks, including Mt. Everest, make the effort well worth it. In spring, the temperature is mild—it's not too cold nor too hot, making for a comfortable trekking experience. The days are clear and sunny, making it an ideal time to take photos and enjoy the stunning views of the mountains. The flowers start blooming, and the forests are lush and green, adding to the overall beauty of the trek. In conclusion, the spring season is one of the best times to trek to Everest Base Camp.

The mild temperature and clear weather conditions make for a comfortable trekking experience, and the views of the surrounding mountains are breathtaking. However, the trek is a challenging one and requires a good level of fitness and proper acclimatization. With proper preparation and a positive attitude, the trek to Everest Base Camp is an experience of a lifetime.

Everest Base Camp Trek in Summer

The summer season, which falls between June and August, is also a popular time to trek to Everest Base Camp. However, it can be a bit more challenging due to the increased chance of rain and the potential for landslides on the trail. The trek to Everest Base Camp is still a rewarding experience, but it's important to be prepared for the potential for inclement weather. As the trek progresses, the trail becomes steeper and more strenuous, but the views become even more breathtaking.

Along the way, trekkers will pass through the villages of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, which offer a glimpse into the traditional Sherpa culture. These villages are also popular stops for rest and acclimatization. During the summer season, the temperature is relatively warmer than in spring and fall, and you need to have more days because of flight delays due to weather conditions, making it a bit more challenging for some trekkers. Rain is also more likely during this season, so it's important to bring proper rain gear and be prepared for wet conditions on the trail.

The risk of landslides and flooding is also higher during this time, so it's important to be aware of the weather forecast and the condition of the trail before setting out. In conclusion, the summer season can be a challenging time to trek to Everest Base Camp due to the increased chance of rain and the potential for landslides on the trail. However, with proper preparation and a positive attitude, the trek is still a rewarding experience.

It is important to be aware of the weather forecast and the condition of the trail before setting out and to bring proper rain gear and be prepared for wet conditions. With the right mindset and preparation, the trek to Everest Base Camp in the summer season can be an unforgettable experience.

Everest Base Camp Trek in Autumn

Autumn, which falls between September and November, is considered one of the best seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp. The weather is mild, the views are clear, and the fall foliage adds a vibrant touch of color to the landscape. The trek to Everest Base Camp is a challenging but rewarding experience, and the autumn season offers the perfect conditions to undertake it. As the trek progresses, the trail becomes steeper and more strenuous, but the views become even more breathtaking.

Along the way, trekkers will pass through the villages of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, which offer a glimpse into the traditional Sherpa culture. These villages are also popular stops for rest and acclimatization. During the autumn season, the temperature is mild, making for a comfortable trekking experience. The days are clear and sunny, making it an ideal time to take photos and enjoy the stunning views of the mountains. The fall foliage adds a vibrant touch of color to the landscape, making the trek even more beautiful.

This is the best time to see the snow-capped peaks in all their glory, as the monsoon season has ended and the sky is clearer. One of the main attractions of autumn is the festival of Tihar, also known as Dipawali, which is celebrated by the Sherpa and Hindu communities in the region. During this festival, the villages are decorated with colorful lights, and traditional music and dance performances take place. Trekkers can experience the unique culture and traditions of the Sherpa people during this time. In conclusion, autumn is considered one of the best seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp. The festival of Tihar is an added bonus, allowing trekkers to experience the unique culture and traditions of the Sherpa people.

Everest Base Camp Trek in Winter

Everest base camp trek The winter, which falls between December and February, is considered the most challenging time to trek to Everest Base Camp. The temperatures are extremely cold, and the trail is often covered in snow and ice, making it more difficult to navigate. The trek to Everest Base Camp is a challenging but rewarding experience, and the winter season offers a unique and different experience than the other seasons.

During the winter season, the temperature is extremely low and can drop below -20 degrees Celsius at night. Trekkers must be prepared for the cold weather and have the proper clothing, equipment, and gear to keep them warm. It's also important to have experience with winter trekking. The snow and ice can make the trail more difficult to navigate, and it's important to have a guide who is familiar with the trail and the conditions.

The winter season also offers a unique experience, with the trail and surrounding mountains covered in snow, creating a picturesque and serene landscape. The clear skies also provide an opportunity to see the stars and the Milky Way in all their glory. In conclusion, winter is considered the most challenging time to trek to Everest Base Camp. The temperatures are extremely cold, and the trail is often covered in snow and ice, making it more difficult to navigate. However, with proper preparation and a positive attitude, the trek is still a rewarding experience.

The winter season offers a unique and different experience than the other seasons, with the trail and surrounding mountains covered in snow and the opportunity to see the stars and the Milky Way in all their glory. It's important to have proper clothing, equipment, and gear to keep warm and to have experience with winter trekking.

Why Everest Base Camp Trek?

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a popular and iconic trekking adventure that attracts thousands of trekkers and adventure enthusiasts each year. Here are several reasons why the Everest Base Camp Trek is so appealing:

  1. Stunning Scenery: The trek offers breathtaking views of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam. The Himalayan landscape is awe-inspiring, with picturesque valleys, glaciers, and charming Sherpa villages.
  2. Cultural Experience: The trek takes you through traditional Sherpa villages, allowing you to experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the local people. You can visit monasteries, interact with Sherpa communities, and learn about their rich traditions.
  3. Challenging Adventure: The trek is physically demanding, providing a sense of accomplishment for trekkers. The journey involves trekking through varied terrain, crossing suspension bridges, and navigating high-altitude paths, offering a challenging but rewarding adventure.
  4. Everest Base Camp: Reaching Everest Base Camp itself is a significant achievement. Standing at the foot of the world's highest mountain is a surreal experience and a dream come true for many trekkers.
  5. High-altitude Experience: The trek takes you to high altitudes, providing an opportunity to acclimatize and experience the effects of high altitude on the body. This can be valuable for those considering climbing higher peaks in the future.
  6. Teahouse Accommodations: The route is well-established, with teahouses providing accommodation and meals along the way. This makes it accessible for a wide range of trekkers, from experienced mountaineers to those seeking their first high-altitude adventure.
  7. Friendship and Camaraderie: The trek attracts people from all over the world, creating a sense of camaraderie among trekkers. Shared challenges and the stunning environment foster a strong sense of community on the trail. Adventure Hub:
  8. The region is a hub for adventure activities, including trekking, mountaineering, and other outdoor pursuits. Trekkers often extend their stay to explore nearby attractions such as the Gokyo Lakes or attempt other challenging peaks. Gateway to Everest:
  9. The trek serves as a gateway to Everest, providing a taste of the world's highest peak without the need for technical climbing skills. It's an excellent option for those who aspire to experience the Everest region without attempting a full-scale ascent.
  10. Personal Growth:The Everest Base Camp Trek is not just a physical challenge but also a journey of personal growth. The sense of accomplishment, cultural exposure, and stunning landscapes contribute to a transformative experience for many trekkers.

These factors, among others, make the Everest Base Camp Trek a sought-after adventure for those seeking a combination of physical challenge, cultural immersion, and the thrill of standing at the base of the world's highest peak.

How Difficult Everest Base Camp Trek?

The Everest Base Camp Trek is considered a moderately difficult trek. The difficulty level can vary from person to person based on individual fitness, acclimatization, and prior trekking experience. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Altitude: One of the primary challenges of the Everest Base Camp Trek is the high altitude. The trek takes you to elevations above 5,000 meters (16,400 feet), and altitude-related issues such as acute mountain sickness (AMS) can affect trekkers. It's essential to acclimatize properly by taking rest days, staying hydrated, and ascending gradually to allow your body to adjust to the reduced oxygen levels.
  2. Terrain: The trek involves a variety of terrains, including rocky paths, steep ascents and descents, and uneven trails. Trekkers will encounter suspension bridges, moraines, and rocky moraine ridges. While technical climbing skills are not required, a reasonable level of fitness and agility is beneficial.
  3. Duration: The trek typically takes around 12 to 14 days, depending on the specific itinerary and side trips. The long duration can be physically demanding, especially considering the altitude and challenging terrain.
  4. Weather Conditions: Weather conditions in the Everest region can be unpredictable. Trekkers may encounter cold temperatures, high winds, and the possibility of snowfall, especially at higher elevations. Proper clothing and gear are essential for dealing with these conditions.
  5. Teahouse Accommodations: The teahouses along the trek provide basic accommodations and meals. While this adds to the adventure, some may find the basic facilities challenging. It's important to be mentally prepared for rustic accommodations and simple meals.
  6. Fitness Level: A reasonable level of physical fitness is recommended for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Regular cardiovascular exercise and strength training can help prepare your body for the demands of the trek. Training should include hiking with a backpack to simulate the conditions on the trail.

Group Dynamics: The trek is often undertaken in groups, and group dynamics can play a role in the overall experience. Trekkers should be prepared for shared facilities, communal dining, and the need to coordinate with the group. While the Everest Base Camp Trek is accessible to a wide range of trekkers, it's important to be aware of the challenges involved and to adequately prepare for the journey. Training, acclimatization, proper gear, and a positive mindset are key factors in ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek to Everest Base Camp. If you have any pre-existing health conditions, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before undertaking high-altitude trekking.

Is There Baggage Limit For Everest base Camp Trek?

While there isn't a strict baggage limit for the Everest Base Camp Trek, practical considerations exist. Trekkers often hire porters, and their carrying capacity is around 15-20 kilograms. Domestic flights to Lukla have weight restrictions, typically allowing 10-15 kilograms for checked baggage. Personal comfort is crucial, so packing efficiently is advisable.

Although there's no specified limit for personal daypacks, keeping them light is practical for the challenging terrain. Packing essentials like layered clothing, sturdy footwear, toiletries, a first aid kit, and important documents is recommended. Trekkers should check with organizers for specific guidelines and consider the varied weather conditions in the region.

What Documents Do I Need For Everest Base Camp Trek?

For the Everest Base Camp Trek, you will need several documents to ensure a smooth and legal journey in the Everest region of Nepal. Here are the essential documents:

Passport:

Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your planned return date. It should also have enough blank pages for stamps and permits.

Nepal Visa:

Obtain a Nepal tourist visa before arriving in Nepal or upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The visa is generally valid for 15, 30, or 90 days, and you can extend it in Kathmandu if needed.

TIMS Card:

(Trekkers' Information Management System): The TIMS card is required for all trekkers in Nepal. You can obtain it from the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu or from the TIMS counter in Pokhara. The TIMS card helps in tracking trekkers for their safety and provides essential information about them.

Sagarmatha National Park Permit:

The Everest region falls within Sagarmatha National Park, and you need a permit to enter. You can obtain this permit in Kathmandu or Monjo (a village along the trek route). The Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) is not required for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Local Entry Permit:

In addition to the Sagarmatha National Park Permit, there is a local entry permit required for the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality. This permit can be obtained in Lukla.

Travel Insurance:

While not a document, travel insurance is crucial. It should cover high-altitude trekking up to at least 5,545 meters (the height of Kala Patthar, a popular viewpoint on the trek) and include emergency evacuation coverage. Ensure you have both physical and digital copies of these documents, and keep them in a secure and easily accessible place. Also, check for any updates or changes in entry requirements before your trek. Always consult with your trek organizer or the Nepal Tourism Board for the latest information on permits and regulations.

How Fit Do I Need To Be For Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest Base Camp trek requires a moderate level of fitness to navigate the challenging terrain and high altitudes. Participants should possess good cardiovascular endurance, strength, and stamina. The trek involves walking for several hours each day, often on steep and uneven trails, with altitude gains that can exceed 5,000 meters (16,404 feet).

Everest Base Camp Trek experience and a regular fitness routine that includes cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and uphill walking are beneficial in preparing for the journey. Additionally, acclimatization to high altitudes is crucial, as the trek reaches heights where oxygen levels are lower. It is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before undertaking the trek, especially for those with pre-existing health conditions.

Overall, a combination of physical preparation, mental resilience, and gradual acclimatization will enhance the likelihood of a successful and enjoyable Everest Base Camp trek.

Can We Buy Trekking Gear In Nepal?

Yes, you can buy trekking gear in Nepal. Nepal is a popular destination for trekkers and mountaineers, and it offers a wide range of trekking equipment and gear in cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara. Thamel, a district in Kathmandu, is particularly known for its numerous shops and stores catering to the needs of trekkers.

You can find a variety of trekking gear including trekking poles, backpacks, sleeping bags, jackets, boots, and more. Prices can vary, and it's often possible to negotiate for better deals, especially in local markets. While purchasing gear in Nepal is convenient, it's important to carefully inspect items for quality and authenticity. Some shops may offer both genuine and counterfeit products.

Keep in mind that bringing essential personal gear from home is recommended, especially items that require a proper fit and personal preference. However, for items you may have forgotten or decided not to bring, Nepal provides a reliable option for acquiring necessary trekking gear.

Do We Need To Carry Our Own Medicine For Everest Base Camp Trek?

Yes, it is recommended to carry your own medicine for the Everest Base Camp trek. While some basic medications may be available in local pharmacies along the trekking route, it's crucial to bring your own supply to ensure you have access to the specific medications you may need. Essentials include pain relievers,

Altitude sickness medication, anti-diarrheal medication, and any personal prescription drugs. Consult with a healthcare professional to create a personalized medical kit based on your health needs and the challenges of high-altitude trekking. Being well-prepared with your own medications enhances your ability to address potential health issues during the trek.

How To Avoid Altitude Sickness In Everest Base Camp Trek?

Avoiding altitude sickness during the Everest Base Camp trek involves proper acclimatization, hydration, and awareness of symptoms. Here are some tips:

1. Gradual Ascent: Acclimatize slowly to the increasing altitude. Plan your trek with enough rest days for your body to adjust.

2. Hydration: Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, but avoid alcohol and caffeine, as they can contribute to dehydration.

3. Balanced Diet: Consume a high-carbohydrate diet and avoid heavy meals. Your body uses more energy at higher altitudes, and a balanced diet helps maintain energy levels.

4. Altitude Medication: Consider taking medication such as acetazolamide under the guidance of a healthcare professional to prevent altitude sickness.

5. Listen to Your Body: Pay attention to any symptoms of altitude sickness, which can include headache, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue. If you experience symptoms, descend to a lower altitude immediately.

6. Proper Rest: Get adequate sleep to support your body's adaptation to higher altitudes

7.  Avoid Overexertion: Pace yourself and avoid overexertion. Take breaks and ascend at a comfortable rate.

8. Know the Altitude: Be aware of the altitude of the places you are staying and trekking through, and monitor your body's response accordingly.

9. Descend if Necessary: If symptoms of altitude sickness persist or worsen, Prompt descent is the most effective treatment for severe cases. Always consult with a healthcare professional before the trek, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions or concerns about altitude sickness. Being prepared and attentive to your body's signals is crucial for a safe and enjoyable Everest Base Camp trek

Can I Choose My Own Departure Dates For Everest Base Camp Trek ?

Yes, you typically have the flexibility to choose your own departure dates for the Everest Base Camp trek. The trekking season in the Everest region usually runs from late September to November (autumn) and from late March to May (spring), as these periods offer stable weather conditions and clearer skies.

During these months, Team Ram Adventure organize regular departures, but you can also arrange a private trek with a guide and choose your preferred departure date. It's advisable to book your trek in advance, especially during the peak seasons, to secure permits and accommodations. If you have specific dates in mind, communicate them with the trekking agency or guide you choose, and they will assist you in planning your Everest Base Camp trek accordingly.

How Long We Need To Walk Per Day On Everest Base Camp Trek?

The daily walking duration during the Everest Base Camp trek can vary depending on the specific itinerary and acclimatization needs. On average, trekkers cover around 5 to 7 hours of walking per day.

The trek usually involves both ascents and descents, navigating varying terrains and altitudes. Here's a general breakdown of walking times for different segments of the trek:

1. Initial Days: In the initial days, you may walk for around 5-6 hours, covering moderate distances and gradually gaining altitude.

2. Acclimatization Days: During acclimatization days, the walking time might be shorter, allowing your body to adjust to higher altitudes. You may take short hikes to higher elevations and then descend to sleep at a lower altitude.

3. Higher Altitudes: As you ascend to higher altitudes, walking times may increase, and the terrain may become more challenging. Some days might involve 6-7 hours or more of walking.

Additional Information

Terms and Conditions The Terms and Conditions comprises of a contract which legally binds you to our Trekking Agency (Team Ram Adventure). So before booking, read carefully and understand all the terms and conditions that consist of some important information about Team Ram Adventure. 

Understanding our Terms and Conditions before proceeding makes you clear about us and our company rules so there will be no confusion in future.

Booking & Payment

To book the Travel Package with us, you must send us completely filled Booking Form along with minimum 30% payment of the whole trip.

Booking a trip with us refers that you have agreed all the terms and conditions of our company. You have to send us the photocopies of Passport (separate for each traveler) to our provided email address along with the passport size photographs. The trekking/tour/peak climbing /expedition will start only after full payment is made. For the direct deposit details, contact Team Ram Adventure.

The client should have to pay the bank charge himself/herself at the time of payment from his/her bank. A receipt will provided as per the amount received in our account only.

Cancellation and Booking Changes:

For canceling you trip you must inform us at minimum 20 days before the trip departure date. Such information commences from the day notice is received. Cancellation is valid with approval from the company only after receiving the documentation.

As you canceled your trip 30% of the advanced payment will be deducted as cancellation charge If the clients provide information about cancellation about the trip that will not be refunded.

And if the client leaves the trip for any reason whether that is voluntarily, involuntarily or if any violate the norm the trip has commenced that too will not be refunded. We too will not refund any meals, accommodation or services not used. If you want to change the original tour you need to submit the written document deliberating the changes required. Though every possible effort will be made changes are not guaranteed.

If you are not able to travel due to some authentic situation like because of death, injury or serious illness of the passenger, close relative or friend, redundancy or jury service you can postpone or transfer your booking to another person, provided they meet all the requirements needed to that tour.

Though it is necessary for you to provide proof that you are unable to travel at the time and change you’re booking. You need to pay US $ 100 per person to postpone or transfer the tour. This should be done two weeks before the trip departure, after 13 days no option will be left.

Passport & Visa:

You need to have a valid passport having minimum of 6 months of validity from the return date. You can get Nepalese visa from the Nepalese consulate in your country or arrival in Kathmandu Airport. The costs of Visa are exclusive responsibility of clients.

Travel Insurance:

Travel insurance is must for all the clients for any tour. The insurance should offer enough protection for full duration of the tour which covers personal injury, death, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter rescue, air ambulance and adequate cover for baggage

Health and fitness:

All tour and treks in Nepal demand a sufficient level of fitness, therefore you should check with your doctor concerning your health and fitness before preceding your journey.

You have any pre existing medical condition or disability you might increase the risk of you requiring medical attention you need to inform to Adventure Nepal Eco Treks. this may also hamper your ability to travel.

Children:

A legal guardian must be there accompanying the travelers under the age of sixteen.If you have any queries related to age contact us for further

information Publicity:

You should agree that we (Team Ram Adventure Pvt.Ltd) can use image you have taken during the trip without any compensation to you.This is needed for publicity and promotion through whatever medium it can be. Changes to Your

holiday & Pricing:

While traveling with us you need to have a maximum degree of flexibility, good sense of humor and considerate about the mode of transportation, accommodation and itinerary may change even after the tour has started due to some unavoidable circumstances such as flight delay, cancellation or postpone due to whether in the high altitude or other erratic situation like land slide, road blockage, flood, snow, political instability etc.

in such condition Team Ram Adventure cannot refund any duty due to prior supplier arrangements. If doable we will make an effort to provide you any other alternative trip of same category.

We do not acknowledge any blame regarding loss of employment, delays or compensation that results from situations which are beyond our control. Our holiday, tour and trek packages are designed based on twin share accommodation. Thus, an extra appendage will be charged to those clients who do not have another tour participant to share accommodation with.

We too reserve the right to modify our pricing rates posted in our marketing material, under various situations which are beyond our control for e.g. changes in exchange rate, government action etc.

Client Reviews

Giuseppe & Team

Giuseppe & Team Italy

Great experience 14 days EBC. Trek with Team Ram Adventure

Four of us we spent amazing time in Nepal 14 days everest base camp trekking with guide Mr. Ram Giri and his brother Guna and Bir, who worked very hard to make our treks most comfortable and memorable. 

Team Australia

Team Australia Australia

Excellent Everest Base Camp Trek

We actually lucky to have the "Best Guide in The World" and Trek/tour operator Ram Giri was our guide and he was caring, attentive and took care of all of us. His knowledge and people skills made our journey the best. 

Kevin & Brooke

Kevin & Brooke United Kingdom

One of the best trekking agency

This was the trip of a lifetime arranged through a top quality company who provided by far the best and most experienced guide on the mountains. All arrangements were handled personally by Ram Giri (the owner of the company) and nothing was too much to ask. This is a quality Trekking Agency  who does things properly and looks after the people who work for them well - including the porters. 

Giuseppe

Giuseppe Italy

Great experience with Team Ram

Seven of us we spent amazing time in Nepal 14 days everest base camp trekking with guide Mr. Ram Giri and his brother Guna and Bir, who worked very hard to make our treks most comfortable and memorable. we would like to recommend Team Ram Adventure and Team.

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Akvile United States

One Of The Best Trekking Team In Nepal For Your Lifetime Team Ram Adventure

Team Ram Adventure stands out as one of Nepal's premier trekking teams, offering a lifetime experience for adventure enthusiasts. With a stellar reputation backed by positive reviews, they boast experienced guides, top-notch safety protocols, and a commitment to personalized itineraries. This team's dedication to environmental responsibility enhances the trekking experience, ensuring a harmonious journey with nature. Known for their flexibility in customizing packages,

Team Ram Adventure goes beyond standard services to provide an unforgettable adventure. Choosing Team Ram Adventure means opting for excellence, reliability, and a deep connection with the breathtaking landscapes of Nepal, creating memories that last a lifetime.

Expressing heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Ram Giri for orchestrating an unforgettable trekking experience in our lifetime. His meticulous organization, dedication, and expertise made the journey truly exceptional. We extend our sincere thanks for the memories and adventure that will be cherished forever.

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Unforgettable Journey with Team Ram Adventure

Embarking on the Everest Base Camp trek with Team Ram Adventure was an unforgettable journey that surpassed all expectations. From the outset, Mr. Ram Giri and his team demonstrated exceptional professionalism, ensuring a seamless and enriching experience.

The expert guides, well-versed in the region's history and geography, not only led us through the challenging terrain but also shared their profound knowledge, adding a cultural dimension to the trek. The choice to take a helicopter to Everest Base Camp was brilliant, providing breathtaking aerial views of the Himalayas and reducing the physical strain of the journey. Throughout the trek,

Team Ram Adventure's commitment to safety, comfort, and environmental responsibility was evident. The accommodations were cozy, meals were delicious, and the overall logistics were impeccably organized. Each day brought new landscapes, challenges, and a sense of accomplishment. Mr. Ram Giri's personal involvement and genuine passion for the mountains were instrumental in creating a sense of camaraderie within the group.

His leadership and dedication ensured that every participant felt valued and taken care of. In conclusion, choosing Team Ram Adventure for the Everest Base Camp trek was a decision that enhanced the entire experience. I wholeheartedly recommend this team for their professionalism, expertise, and the exceptional memories they helped create on this once-in-a-lifetime journey. we higly recomendation Ram giri and his Tream for your life save.

 

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Trip Facts

Trip Type:

Tea House

Grade:

Moderate

Altitude:

5545

Meal:

Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Group Size:

2-16 Persons

Accomodation:

Tea House/Camping

Transportation:

Flight / Trekking

Best Time:

Feb-May and Sep-Dec

Activities:

Everest Base Camp Trekking

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Duration

13 Days
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