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Everest Base Camp Trek (16 Days)

Seven Summit Team Everest 2014 Spring
Seven Summit Team Everest 2014 Spring
Everest Base Camp
Everest Base Camp
 At Mt. Everest BC Seven Summit Staffs With yak mountain gear jackets.
At Mt. Everest BC Seven Summit Staffs With yak mountain gear jackets.
Everest base camp trek is a great introductory lodge trek that offer sensational mountain views and an insight into the lives of the Sherpa people. After exploring the temples, shrines, bazaars and restaurants of Kathmandu we take an exciting mountain flight to Lukla and trek up the Dudh Kosi Valley, surrounded by the soaring peaks of Thamserku and Kusum Kanguru. It’s a steep ascent to Namche Bazaar, capital of the Khumbu Sherpas, where we are again greeted by spectacular mountain vistas. A rest day here aids acclimatization and there are great optional walks to enjoy the area. We then follow the trail to famous Tengboche, located high on a ridge where a magnificent 360-degree panorama awaits. The views of Everest, the Lhotse-Nuptse Wall, Ama Dablam and Kantega dominate this peaceful and spiritual location – surely one of the most tranquil and inspiring places in the world.

While passing Buddhist monasteries views of Everest get closer every day. This stunning trek visits both, Everest base camp and Kala Patar (5555m), a viewpoint recognised as the best vantage point to see Mount Everest which is a premier goal for many adventurous walkers in the Himalaya. After trekking to base camp and Kalapattar we return at our leisurely pace back to Namche and Lukla for our return flight to Kathmandu.For the more adventurous trekkers you have the option of returning over the Cho La pass to the Gokyo valley, and then ascending Gokyo Ri. Or if you are really fit, you can attempt the summit of Island Peak.
Country: -› Nepal
Duration: -› 16 Days
Min. Altitude: -› (0m./0ft.)
Max. Altitude: -› (5555m./18225ft.)
Walking Per Day: -› Approximately 5-6hrs
Nature: -› Camping
Grade: -› Hard
Best Season: -› Autumn and Spring.
Price Per Person: -› 0

Itinerary EBC Trek


Day 01-    Pick up from Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel


Day 02-   Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley.


Day 03- Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding  (2610 m)


Day 04- Phakding to Namche Bazaar 3441 m.


Day 05- Namche Bazaar Acclimatization day ( Rest Day).


Day 06- Namche  to Tengboche Monastery 3860 m.


Day 07- Tengboche Monastery to Dingboche 4350 m.


Day 08- Day trip to Chhukung valley 4710 m and trek back to Dingboche.


Day 09- Dingboche to Lobuche 4910 m.


Day 10- Lobuche to Everest Base Camp 5365 m then back to GorakShep.


Day 11- Hike up to Kalapattar 5550 m early in the morning then trek  down to Feruche 4200 m.


Day 12- Trek to Namche Bazaar 3441 m


Day 13- Trek to Lukla 2804 m.


Day 14- Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu in the morning.


Day 15- Leisure day in Kathmandu Overnight at hotel.


Day 16- Departure to international airport and back to home.

Price Includes:

1. Well-equipped English speaking guide, necessary supporting Sherpa or    Porters.
2. Life insurance for all support crews and their daily wages.
3. Transportation during trekking.
4. Trekkers’ Information Management System “TIMS"?
5. (Trekking permit), National Park permits or Conservation permits, Fees.
6. All Official taxes and service charge.
7. Food and accommodation during trek
8. 4 night hotel stay in Kathmandu
9. Airport pick up and drop both domestic and International
10.Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu air ticket

Price Excludes:

1. Personal transportation except above programs.
2. Meals during your stay in Kathmandu.
3. Personal trekking gears.
4. Personal expenses.
5. Emergency evacuation (If in case) service.
6. Drinks except tea or coffee during trekking.
7. Personal travel insurance.
8. Tips for support crew’s after the trip.
9. Cost of international flight.

Sleeping Bag, Dawn Jacket,Trekking Polls,Sun-glasses,Sun+Cold Cream,Daily using warm cloths.


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