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Everest Base Camp

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Lukla, Nepal

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $1080 USD per trip
  • Duration

    14 days

  • Avg Distance

    170 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Contact guide

  • Starting Location

    Kathmandu

  • Price Includes

    Guide, trekking permit, flight ticket, meals, sherpa porter, insurance, rescue help

Highlights

  • Visit the Thyangboche Monastery, which is on the top of Thyangboche Hill where more than 75 monks and nuns study Buddhism.
  • See many mountains with the sunrise over Mount Everest and a huge Khumbu glacier.
  • As you enter Namche, you will see why it is one of the most beautiful villages and biggest town along the route.

Trip Info

This trekking tour is one of the most famous and highlighted trips in Nepal. This trek could be done from 10 to 20 days with you having lots of fun. This is an ideal trekking for good acclimatization.

You will have your overnight stays at traditional villages of Namche Bazaar with their own monasteries, the root of the Sherpa and Tibetan Buddhism lies in these steep slopes of Solukhumbu. Visit the Thyangboche Monastery, which is on the top of Thyangboche Hill where more than 75 monks and nuns study Buddhism.

The treks offers grand views of the three highest 8000 metres mountain range from Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse and Mount Makalu Mountain Ranges, including arrays of over 7000 to 6000 metres snow-capped peaks.

The trip starts with an interesting flight to Lukla, from here your adventure follows the old route following the footsteps of Tenzing and Hillary since 1953. The traditional villages still retain the culture and religions as it was for hundred of years.

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