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Everest Base Camp Trek - 16 Days

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Location: Everest Region

Price: US $1750 P/P

16 Days

Trip Facts

Group Size

1-12 PAX

Trip Grade



Tea house/ Hotel

Max Altitude

5550m, Kalapatthar


All kinds of international and typical Nepali food


Car, Aeroplane

Trip Highlights

  • Step foot on Everest base camp (5364 m).
  • 360-degree mountain view from Kalapathere (5550 m).
  • Tangboche Monestry at Tengboche village and Mani Rimdu Festival.
  • Close-up view of the major four tallest mountains above 8000 meters: Mt Everest (8848 m /2901 ft), Mt Lhotse (8516 m/27932 ft), Mt Makalu ( 8481 m / 27818 ft), Mt Cho Oyu (8201 m / 26899 ft) and embraces of several high snowed capped Ranges.
  • Sagarmatha national park: Natural World Heritage site declared by UNESCO.

Mt. Everest (8848.86 m) is the pride of Nepal. An Everest base camp trek also represents Nepal and its adventure. Hiking to Everest base camp (EBC) is a prime adventure. Nepal is a South Asian Country. It is the 48th largest Country by Population as well as 93rd by Area. People in Nepal are Nepalese people. They are also known as Nepali. Nepali is also one caste in Nepal. The national language of Nepal is also Nepali. The capital city is Kathmandu. Kathmandu is famous as Kathmandu Valley. Kathmandu is surrounded by hills from all sides.

All the travelers to Nepal land at Kathmandu International Airport. This is only an international airport with international flights. Some international airport constructions are going on. That airport will allow people to land directly in other cities which will be easy for travelers to visit Nepal. It is a country with many trekking and hiking opportunities. Everest Base Camp Hike is well recognized among the trekking and hiking world.

Nepal is known as well as famous for the Himalayas. There are many mountains and regions for trekking as well as traveling in Nepal. Among many regions, the Everest region and Annapurna regions are famous places to Travel. Annapurna region is famous for its base camp trek, Annapurna circuit trek as well and Annapurna I climbing. Annapurna base camp trek is known as the Annapurna sanctuary trek. It is the same in the Everest region. Everest is more famous for climbing as well as trekking than Annapurna. The Highest Mountain Everest makes these regions more popular and famous among visitors.

Everest Region of beautiful country Nepal

The area that Solukhambu districts cover is known as the Everest Region. We can do many activities like a trek, climbing as well as expeditions in this Everest region. All this is possible due to the popularity of Mount Everest. Everest is the highest mountain recorded in the world. The local name of Everest is Sagarmatha and people know this as Sagarmatha base camp.

The Tibetan people call Everest Chomolungma. The current official elevation of Everest is 8848 meters. This region is also as popular as the Khumbu region.

The name Everest came from the name of a person. He is Gorge Everest. He is the person to find out Everest was the highest point in the world. The first person to reach that highest point was Edmund Hillary from New Zealand as well as Nepali Sherpa climber Tenzing Norgay. The first time they reached the top was on 29 May 1953. This is the first successful climb after many unsuccessful attempts.

Climbers have to spend many days climbing Everest. They need to set up many camps to spend their nights while they are climbing. Everest base camp is one of the temporary camps for Everest expeditions. A Long time ago the camps needed to be made from Kathmandu all the way to base camp. Now, there are different types of hotels and lodges available until Gorakshep. They are permanent camps for climbers.

No more hotels and Guesthouse after Gorakshep. We need to make temporary camps afterward. The base of Everest where tents are set is Everest Base Camp.

Base Camp of the world's Highest Mountain Everest

Everest base camp height is 5364 meters above the sea. The technical part of climbing starts from the base camp. The base camp is set above Khumbu Glacier. The base camp changes from time to time after the glaciers move. Everest base camp is near the Khumbu ice fall. We can see two base camps on the Everest trekking map. The old Everest base camp and Everest base camp are on the same level.

Expeditions of Everest are hard, expensive as well and time-consuming. It is not affordable for many people. Some people don’t want to risk if they can afford climbing. To see Everest people started traveling just to the base camp. The base camp is visited as Everest base camp trekking. Now, Trek to Everest base camp is very popular as well as visits by many in numbers.

Magic Himalaya Treks for Everest base camp Treks

Magic Himalaya Treks leads this trek with the best trekking guide like other treks. Those guides have had good experiences for many years in Everest base camp trails. The company is also the best organizer with the best Sherpa guide as well as the best service. Safety with service is what we take care of all the time. This company is an expert team of guides and organizers for Everest base camp trekking. With many years of organizing, we become the most experienced specialist for the Everest base camp hike.

Visit Nepal Year 2020 is coming closer day by day. We are aiming to have more travelers to Everest by the end of 2020. If you are planning to hike to Everest base camp, this year will be the best time to experience Nepal. Contact us for the trek to Everest base camp for further information as well as booking.

Why Magic Trekking company for EBC hike may be the question for many people. Here are the reasons that make people trek Everest with Magic Himalaya treks.

Everest Base Camp Trekking Reviews

While traveling to any place we can know more about things or places from another person's view. For that, we always check the reviews as well as guest posting. Both this helps to know about the place and the service providers. Many People doing Everest base camp treks also do the same.

Before coming to Nepal they check reviews and guest posting on Google or other social sites. Our company also has the best Everest base camp trekking review on Trip Advisor as well as on our sites. People can have more information on Everest base camp trek blogs. You can visit our Blogs as well. To have some idea about the Everest trek visit our video on YouTube.

Message from Magic Himalaya Adventure Expert

Everest is in our DNA. It is the pride of each Nepalese. The Everest base camp journey is a life-changing adventure. We believe the journey to base camp has powers to transform one’s mind, body as well and spirit. Sherpa's hospitality and humility inspire everyone’s life here.

The tourism industry in Nepal is harder to sustain after the Earthquake. We need support from travelers. Return to Nepal to help our Tourism industry and people related to Tourism. Your return or visit will stop many from foreign employment.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu international airport (1400 m)
Accommodation: Hotel or resort as per your request.
Meal Includes Breakfast, In general, we prefer the BB plan for your stay in cities so, you can choose Varieties of food menus in different restaurants around cities.

Day 02: Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu Valley
Accommodation: Hotel or resort.
Meal Includes: Breakfast

Day 03: Fly to Lukla (2840 m) and trek to Phakding(2652m).
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 04: Trek Sherpa capital Namche-Bazaar (3444 m).
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 05: Namche Bazaar -Acclimatization Day.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 06: Namche-bazaar to Tengboche (3870 m)
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 07: Trek to Dingboche (4360 m)
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 08: Dingboche – Acclimatization Day.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 09: Trek to Laubecha (4940 m)
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 10: Trek to Gorekshep (5170 m)-Everest base camp trek (5364 m) – Back to Gorekshep.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 11: Hike to Kalapather (5550 m)-back to Gorekshap – trek down Pheriche (4280 m)
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 12: Trek down to Namche-Bazaar.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 13: Trek down to Lukla.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 14: Fly to Kathmandu.
Accommodation: Resort/Hotel
Meal Includes: Breakfast

Day 15: Rest day.
Accommodation: Resort/Hotel
Meal Includes: Breakfast, Farewell Dinner

Day 16: Farewell Friends.
Meal includes: Breakfast




This is the first day of the Everest base camp trek Itinerary. Today our representatives will be there to welcome you to Kathmandu International Airport. He/she will take you to a hotel in Thamel. After check-in and refresh our representatives will take you to an office near the hotel where we will brief you about the trip. You will make a payment and will get to know who will be guiding you in your trek. (Accommodation, breakfast provided).

If you are taking the service from the tour operator then they will provide the tickets to Lukla if it is included in packages. For the individual traveler, you can purchase the tickets online or directly at the airport which costs US $320 – US $370 for both ways. If you are taking the guide from Kathmandu then it will cost you NPR 12,000 for flight tickets. This is the updated cost for guide flights which is NPR 10,000 earlier. Today is also the beginning of the Exciting Everest base camp Trek.

While sitting it's recommended to sit the left side window from Kathmandu to Lukla and the right side window from Lukla to Kathmandu to have the best mountain views. On landing at Lukla you will have awesome mountain views and pass many villages on the way.


Today after breakfast our sightseeing guide will come with the car and take you to some of the famous sightseeing places in Kathmandu. In the evening we will have a well-come dinner together with your guide and team. (Accommodation, breakfast & dinner provided).


The Trekking guide will come to the hotel and pick you up and take you to the domestic terminal of Kathmandu airport where you will fly to a place called Lukla. We will meet our porters and then start to trek down Phakding. Stay Overnight stay at Phakding. (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided).

Everest base camp trek distance from Lukla to Phakding is 9 km in 3 hours.

Best 5 lodges/Tea houses in Phakding

  1. Yeti Mountain HomeLuxury lodge with almost 5-star category
  2. Shangri-la Lodge
  3. Tibet Guesthouse and Lodge
  4. Khumbu Travelers Lodge
  5. Green village guest house and restaurant

Today after breakfast we will continue to trek along the side of the Dudhkoshi river crossing suspension bridges many times. We will have our lunch in Jorsella village and continue to walk towards Namcha. We will cross the Hillary suspension bridges and walk upwards until you reach the first viewpoint of Everest on this base camp trek. After a view and rest, we will walk for another hour to reach Namche. It’s a big village with modern facilities and big markets. Overnight stay (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch & dinner provided)

The Everest base camp trek distance from Phakding to Namche is 12 km in 6 hours

Best 5 lodges/Teahouses in Namche Bazar

  1. International Foot Rest ( cheap and best)
  2. Comfort INN- Normal rates
  3. Hotel Namche- Rooms available from USD 10 to USD 45
  4. Khumbu Lodge- Rooms available from USD 10 to USD 35
  5. Yeti Mountain Home – Luxury lodge with almost 5-star category

Today is the first rest day of a trek but instead of staying ideal, we will go for a walk which will make you acclimatized properly. We have the best options for visiting the Syangbochea viewpoint or the Everest viewpoint. Namche Overnight Stay (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, dinner provided). The Everest base camp trek distance is 3 km.

Today we will Visit the Everest View Hotel during our Acclomotize hike. It is a 5-star category Hotel made by the Japanese.


Today we have the best walk of the trip so far. We will walk facing Mount Everest and the other Himalayas ranges. We will see a few more mountains such as Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tabauche, etc. We will have our lunch on Phortse Tenga and trek upwards for one and a half hours to reach Tengboche where we will stay overnight (Accommodation, breakfast, Lunch Dinner provided).

The Everest base camp trek distance from Namche to Tengboche is 12 km in 5 hours.

Best 5 lodges/Tea houses in Tengboche

  1. Tashi Delek lodge and restaurant
  2. Himalayan lodge and restaurant
  3. Gomba lodge and restaurants
  4. Tengboche guest houses
  5. Only 4 Available: You can trek down Debauche for others. It is just 10 minutes away. If you prefer staying in luxurious the trek Pangbochea and stay at Everest Summit Lodge

Today is the shortest day we will walk for 4 hours to reach Dingboche with an incredible view of Amadablam Mountain. We will reach Dingboche for lunch passing Pangbochea and Sanasa on the way. Stay overnight in Dingboche (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch as well as dinner provided).

Everest base camp trek distance from Tengboche to Dingboche is 12 km in 6 hours.

Best 5 lodges/Tea houses in Dingboche

  1. Hotel Good luck
  2. Sherpa lodge
  3. Valley View
  4. Moonlight lodge
  5. Bright Star Lodge and restaurants.

Note: Yeti Mountain Home is under construction and can trek stay in a luxurious lodge in 2 years' time.


Today is the second rest day of the trek instead of taking a rest we will hike to Nangkartshang hill which is around 5000 m. This hill has the best view of Imja Tse Valley and other mountains such as Island Peak, Amadablam, Thamserku, etc. overnight stay at Dingboche (Accommodation, Breakfast, lunch as well as dinner provided).

The Everest base camp trekking distance is 3 km.

Today is the opportunity to see the New Mountain which is known as Makalu. This is also the eight Thousand meters mountain.


Today we will walk towards the place called Laubecha passing Thukla and Thukla pass. We will be able to see the monuments made by famous climbers at Thukla Pass. We will have our lunch at Laubecha and we will go to the glacier or Italian pyramid house. Overnight stay (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch as well as dinner provided).

Everest base camp trekking distance from Dingboche to Laubecha is 12 km in 6 hours.

Best 5 lodges/Tea houses in Laubecha

  1. Himalayan Eco Resort- Best and mainly for Everest expedition groups.
  2. Oxygen lodge
  3. Peak 15 Lodges and restaurants
  4. Alpine lodge
  5. New Ebc Lodge.

Note: You can trek 10 minutes to the Italian pyramid house if you want to stay overnight there. It is a unique and wonderful experience.


Today is one of the longest days of the trip. We will walk towards Gorekshap in the morning after breakfast. On reaching Gorekshap we will have a light lunch and walk towards Everest base camp. After walking for two hours we will reach the base camp where we will take pictures celebrate our victory and take it back to Gorekshep. Stay overnight (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch as well as dinner provided).

Everest base camp trekking distance from Laubecha to base camp is 10 km.

Best 5 lodges/Tea houses in Gorekshap

  1. Everest Inn – Basic Luxury Lodge.
  2. Buddha lodge
  3. Yeti inn
  4. Himalayan lodge
  5. Snow land lodge

Early in the morning, we will hike to Kalapather for a sunrise view and Mountain View after tea. On reaching the top we will take pictures and sit for a bit to enjoy the view and come down to Gorekshap to have breakfast. After breakfast, we will pack our bags and head down to Pheriche. We will have lunch on the way called Thukla. Stay Overnight (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch as well as dinner).

Everest base camp trekking distance from Lukla to Phakding is 18 km.

Best 5 lodges/Tea houses in Pheriche

  1. Pumori lodge
  2. Shangrila lodge
  3. Himalayan Hotel
  4. Yak hotel
  5. Ferichea resort

Today after breakfast walk down towards Namche bazaar passing Pangbochea and Tengboche. We will have our lunch at Phortse Tangha and enjoy the bar and pubs on reaching Namche. Overnight stay (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch as well as dinner provided).

The Everest base camp trekking distance is 22 km.


Today is the last day of trekking. We will trek for 7 hours to reach Lukla from Namche bazaar. We will have lunch on Phakding. Today is the last day so we will celebrate and make porters happy.

Overnight stay (Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided).

The Everest base camp trekking distance is 21 km.

Best 5 Lodges/Tea Houses in Lukla

  1. Yeti Mountain Lodge – Luxury lodge with almost 5-star categories.
  2. Namaste Lodge and restaurants
  3. Khumbu Lodge
  4. Namaste lodge and restaurant
  5. Sunny garden lodges and restaurants.

Today early after breakfast we will go to the airport depending on the flights. Upon reaching, Kathmandu our driver will pick you up and transfer you to the hotel, and full rest day. (Accommodation, breakfast provided)


Today is the rest day and an extra day to use in case of no flights from Lukla to Kathmandu. Shopping and visiting around the valley etc. in the evening we will have a farewell dinner Together. Overnight stay (Accommodation, Breakfast, and dinner provided).


Today is the last day in Nepal so you will fly your home back taking in mind when to visit again Nepal for the next adventures. (Breakfast Provided).

We have other Everest base camp trek itineraries also. You can visit our blog where we have mentioned a few more possible itineraries of the trek you might like.

What's included?

  • Everest conservation permits.
  • Everest base camp trek map.
  • Full board plan (breakfast lunch, dinner) provided during the trekking.
  • Hotel on bed and breakfast plan during Kathmandu's stay.
  • An experienced license holder guide and required porters. (1 porter for two trekkers and there will be 1 assistant guide for more than six trekkers.)
  • International and domestic pick up/drop.
  • Medical kit box and required medicine for the trek.
  • Rounds tickets to Kathmandu- Lukla for trekkers, guide, and assistant guide.
  • Trekking equipment like a down jacket & duffel bag will be provided for the Everest base camp trek.
  • Khumbu (Everest region) Municipality charges.
  • All the necessary transportation during sightseeing.
  • Food, drinks, salary, equipment, insurance, transportation, accommodations, and local tax for guides and porters.
  • All government tax and vat.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner with us.

What's not included?

  • Your travel insurance for the Everest base camp trek and Nepal
  • Your international flights and departure tax.
  • Any expenses of personal nature.
  • Tips for guide and porters.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Any kind of bar bills (alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.)
  • Rescue operation in case of an emergency.

Departure dates

Start Dates are your arrival date in Nepal and End Dates are the returning date from Nepal.

Start Date End Date Price Availability Booking
1380/PP 4 PAX
1320/PP 4 PAX
2ooo/PP 4 PAX

Private trips are available on any date of your choice at any time of the year. Let us know about your preferred travel dates and we shall organize it as per your convenience. Get in touch with us via bellow contact us form.

Essential Information

Landing Kathmandu International airport to Everest Base Camp & Kalapather

Journey to Ebc Begin with a sightseeing tour of different world heritage sites in Kathmandu. The next day flies to Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla with the stunning view of mountains. We begin our trekking and walking alongside the Dudh Koshi River and passing many villages. Crossing many suspension bridges as well as Hillary suspension bridge the trek leads you to the Sherpa capital called Namchebazar which is an important town on the route.

We will pass a great viewpoint along the side of the Imja Khola River. The trek takes you to the base of the highest mountain and the best viewpoint in the world. This Kalapather viewpoint has 360-degree Mountain views all around us. After having a successful trek the trips came back the same way to fly back safely to Kathmandu airport.

The Everest base camp trek is also possible as the Everest base camp short trek. We can do 12 days, 13 days, 14 days, 15 days as well as 16 days. Follow the Everest base camp trek book procedure to book our Everest base camp Trek 12 days, Everest base camp Trek 13 days as well as Everest base camp trek 13 days. You can select any Everest base camp package trek. The Everest base camp helicopter tour is also a way of stepping into base camp. We have lots of tours and treks to base camp. You can select among Everest trekking in Nepal packages from the list.

Stunning view on Everest base camp trek

During the Everest base camp trek, we will be able to see the different views from the starting point on Lukla flights. We will see Langtang and other many Himalayas views from flights. Always sit on the left side while going to Lukla from Kathmandu. On landing the Lukla airport we will see some mountains as a high hill with snow. We will see the famous Thamserku Mountain on the second day from Toktok and Benker village. Trekkers will see the Everest view on the same day on reaching the First Everest viewpoint. The first view of Everest is only possible to see if the sky is clear. Make sure you reach the viewpoint before the clouds.

We can see most of the time the clouds cover Everest because we will reach the viewpoint late at 1 or 2 p.m. Some people also reach there at 4 pm. Those people who reach 11 or 12 pm have a high chance of getting the opportunity to see Everest on the second day of the trek. From Namchebazar we will see many additional mountains such as the Kongde range, Kusumkangaroo as well as Thamo Peak. On the next day from Syangbochea's viewpoint, we will see Kangteka, Amadablam, Taubecha, Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, Everest As well as many other mountains. This viewpoint is also famous as Everest's viewpoint. On reaching Dingboche we will see island peaks as well as many new mountains.

During the acclimatization of Dingbochea, we will see Makalu as well as Baruntse from 5000 meters climb. On the way to Laubecha from Dingboche village, we will see Laubecha Peak, Cholatse, Arakam Tse, and many more. From Laubecha we will see Nuptse Himal with the sun shining. From Gorekshap we will see Pumori and some other mountains. The base camp has a view of Khumbu icefall and many mountains except Everest. Everest is seen from Kalapather's viewpoint including other popular peaks downwards. This is the closest & best viewpoint for Everest and the stunning base camp.

Health requirements for Everest Trek

Before doing the Everest base camp Trek we need to be aware of our health and do a medical checkup. If you have a pre-medical condition then it’s important to consult with a doctor before you go. You also need to do all necessary vaccinations before you go trek. When going on a high elevation always think and be aware of altitude sickness and tell your guide about the changes in body and altitude symptoms. Carry your medicine if you are taking it regularly.

Training for Everest Base camp Trek

Training for the Everest base camp trek is the best move for people who are going Everest trekking soon. The first thing we do is Physical fitness training which we can get by doing regular cardio exercises like Hiking, running, or cycling. Strength of your leg muscles, core, and upper body is important because it will help while walking steep, uneven terrain and carrying heavy bag packs. Do some hiking and prepare mentally from inside. Try to be at a high altitude for a long time where there are low oxygen levels.

Importance of Travel Insurance

The Everest base camp Trek is hard trekking in comparison to other trek routes in nepal. There might be different accidents or health problems during the trek. During any kind of medical issue or accident, the victims need to have different emergency medical attention. That attention may be providing oxygen, helicopter rescue, Pony cost, Emergency porter cost, and hospital bills which might be very expensive for any individual traveler. In such a hard time travel insurance will help you to pay for all these expenses. That is why insurance is needed while doing the Everest base camp trek. We don’t provide insurance from the company so you can select the best online.

There are lots of Travel insurance company that provides Travel Insurance for the people doing Everest base camp trek or any other treks and travel in nepal. Here are some of the popular Insurance company names but before buying Make sure they cover helicopter rescue and cover elevations.

  • Insure My Trip
  • Travel insurance services
  • Travel Guard
  • Allianz Global Assistance
  • World Nomads

Means of communications on Everest base camp Trek

Communication is very important to have when you go out for travel. Some people need to communicate for work purposes and some need it for family calling. Everest base camp trail has many options for contacting home.

Email / Internets

Most of the hotels and tea houses in the Everest base camp offer internet facilities. The hotels all the way to Gorekshep provide WIFI for selling. Some of the hotels in Lukla may provide at a cheap cost but many take a high amount of money for the internet. There is also Everest link service for the internet which is high cost and May not work that fast.

Calls Directly

If you are having international services on your phone you will have a network all the way in the Everest base camp trail. Nepal’s network communications are what many people use during their journey to Everest base camp. The network companies N CELL and NTC provide 3G as well as 4G sim which also provides internet. These will be cheaper options for using the internet on the Everest base camp trek.

Sending Postcards

We can buy and send postcards and letters through postboxes in Namche and Lukla.

Important Acclimatization for Everest Base camp Trek

Acclimatization is very important to do while trekking and hiking in high elevations. Magic Himalaya Everest base camp trek emphasizes the requirement of acclimatization for any individual. The trekking to base camp is gradually climbing to higher elevations from lower so we need to have proper rest which helps the body to acclimatize well. Taking care of these things we have provided two rest days on the trail which help people to get well habitat with the surrounding altitude. Those rest days provide sufficient time to have proper acclimatization in high altitudes for each and every trekker.

Some people might have altitude sickness at high elevations which is a rare case. In such an unwanted case we have oxygen facilities as well as Diamox for instant relief. Our expert leader checks the conditions and may not allow for a further trek to avoid any other problems.

Acclimatization In Namche Bazar

We will spend two nights in Namche Bazar during our journey to Everest base camp. On the second day, we will hike high instead of staying idle in the Hotel. We have many options for doing this here during the rest day. We can go to Everest View Hotel, Syangboche Viewpoint, Thama Village, Khamjung Village, and many more. During this acclimatization, we can also see lots of mountains and can experience the Himalayan area from close.

Acclimatization In Dingbochea Village

This is the second rest day on a trek but still, we will walk for 4 hours. We have two options for acclimatization. We can go to the hill called Nangkartshang. This is standing on an elevation of 5000 meters so we have options of going there or less. The second option is going to Chhukung village which is also high and also good to be there where you know more about the Imza area.

Everest Base camp Trek Guide & Porters

The Guide is actually the unpaid ambassador of the country. The guide for the Everest base camp trek is skilled and professional and supervises the entire journey to base camp. The guide will have the proper knowledge and capacity to make your trek successful providing safety and security. Our Everest base camp trek guides have done various training including the Trekking guide training from the Nepal government, Eco Trekking workshop, First Aid Training as well as English language training.

Our guide will arrange the required number of porters for the Everest base camp trek. We will take porters according to group size. We recommend packing luggage of less than 15 kg. Everest base camp trek porter is well treated as well as well paid by the company.

In case of an emergency Such as an illness, our company provides the treatment. Porter gets equal treatment as other members. Our company always works for the betterment of porters.

Everest Base Camp Trek Best time of Year

The spring season and the autumn are taking as the best times to trek for the Everest base camp trek. The spring season is from March to mid-May and the autumn season is from September to mid-November. Besides this time the Everest base camp trek is also possible and available at other times. The Trek is provided all year.

In the spring season, the temperature is around 15 Degree Celsius in the daytime and fall up to -15 degree Celsius during the night. In the autumn season, the temperature is 17 degree Celsius in the daytime and fall up to -10 during the night time. Actually, the mountain weather is unpredictable but during this time the possibility of rainfall is very low and the weather stays stable. The blue sky with a clear view of Everest and the Himalayas make this trip memorable if you manage to trek the best time for the Everest base camp trek. The stable weather will make flights possible all day and avoid cancellations.

Paperwork's and Documents for Everest base camp hike

While traveling to any place in the world there is certain rules and regulations. While doing the Everest base camp trek, there is also some rule that needs to be followed. Those rules are from the government or local government bodies. To do this trek three documents are required. They are mentioned below:

Sagarmatha National Park Permits

The first one is the Sagarmatha National Park permit. The cost for the permits to enter the park is US $35 to US $40 Ranges. The cost for the Indian trekkers is just US $16 to US $20. The price Changes due to dollar rate changes in Nepal.

Trek Card

The trek card is the new system which costs 2000 NPR. They have checkpoints in different parts of the trek routes. We just need to do a scan on every check post which automatically shows all your details and welcomes you to the check post with voice.

TIMs Card

This is another important document that you need to take from the TAAN office. Now we can generate these documents online from an office. It will cost NPR 2000 per person.

Note: Newer forgot to take the Required Documents for the Everest base camp trek while entering in Khumbu area. if you are found without the documents then the government bodies will punish you.

Why Magic Himalaya for Base Camp Everest trek?

While traveling to any country travelers always to see the best things and be safe. While traveling to Nepal with magic Himalaya treks for base camp Everest trek, there are many reasons and services from the company that make you choose us. Some Important point that makes clear Why Magic Himalaya for Base Camp Everest trek? Choosing magic Himalayas treks for this trek over other service providers are discussed:

  • More than a Hike
  • Best Price Guarantee
  • well-crafted itinerary
  • Guaranteed Departure dates
  • Best Service with Safety

1. More than a HIke

We have designed this Everest base camp trek in such a way that we always want travelers to remember us for being so much more than just a hike. This Everest base camp trek by magic Himalayan treks is so much more comfortable for people to do this adventure for a lifetime. Magic Himalaya provides comfortable lodges along the way. Trekkers also need to have a proper packing list for a comfortable hike. We always want people to relax and forget about the tiredness and hardness during the hike. People remember us for us to do the Everest base camp trek because they want other services more than a hike.

2. Best Price Guarantee
The Magic Himalaya Treks are a Team of guides who serve their valued clients with the best services at a reasonable cost. One of the teams from the company will be guiding you for this Everest base camp trekking which is why we don’t charge a high cost. We are satisfied with the low profit margin because one of the owners also gets work by the trek. So, while booking the Everest trek book with us for the Best Price Guarantee.

3. Well-crafted Itinerary
Magic Himalaya treks Everest base-camp trek itinerary is designed in the best possible ways in terms of Itinerary. The Itinerary is designed for 15 days from arrival in Kathmandu airport to depart from Kathmandu airport. The Itinerary provides two acclimatization days for altitude rest at 3,000 meters as well as 4000 meters. The days are so well arranged in terms of walking from one place to another place. The itinerary also cares about the maximum altitudes per day. It is always advised that you don’t sleep too high than the previous day's sleeping elevations. We care about this also very much which makes our plan well-crafted in terms of Itinerary.

4. Guaranteed Departure Dates
We always organize this Everest base camp trekking at the best time with the best prices so many people want to do this trek and book with us. While booking this trek you don’t need to worry about the trek because it is well well-planned and fixed departures program by Magic Himalaya. In case there is only one for the trip then also we do guarantee departure. So book Magic Himalaya for Guarantee departures.

5. Best Service with Best Safety
Magic Himalaya Treks always considers safety as the main thing we need to provide for travelers. Safety with service from the best level is what Magic Himalaya Everest base camp trekking is all about. Our team is a well-knowledgeable and trained team that always works with safety and services while doing the Everest trek or any other adventure in Nepal. We always want people to remember us for the Best service with 100% safety during the Everest trek.

Few Popular Attraction on Ebc Trekking Routes

1. Panorama view of Giants Mountains such as Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Thamserku, Pumori, Kongde, Ama Dablam, etc
2. Reach Namchebazar the Sherpa capital of the Khumbu Area.
3. Lots of Picturesque villages, Valleys as well as moraines.
4. Chance to observe the rich culture, values, Norms as well and traditions of the Sherpa community.
5. Entrance to the Famous Sagarmatha National Park which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
6. Explore different Villages to see the unique lifestyle as well as the heart-warming hospitality of Sherpa.
7. Explore Everest base camp and Kalapather viewpoint.
8. See Khumbu Icefall standing on Khumbu glacier.
9. Visit Tengboche Monastery which is the biggest and oldest Monastery in the area.
10. Exciting as well as Thrilling Flight to and from Tenzing Hillary Airport Lukla
11. Staying in the Finest lodges during the trek.
12. Close view of Mt.Everest (8848.86 m) and many more mountains.

Possible to see animals on Everest route

There is not much Fauna found on Everest in comparison to the Chitwan National Park or Bardia National Park. We can also see lots of Fauna around here and we can see some while doing the Everest base camp trek. Here are the lists of the fauna found in Everest.

Himalayan musk deer Snow leopard
Himalayan Thar (mountain Goat) Martens
Red panda Tibetan snowcock
Blood-pleasant Himalayan Monal
Golden Eagle Mountain Yak
Himalayan black bear Blue sheep
Rhesus Macaque Pika
Tibetan Gazelle Mountain Weasel
Marmots Griffon vulture

Required Vaccinations and Immunization

There is no special Vaccine for the Everest base camp trekking. There are no places where they check about this vaccination or report card. It’s just for your safety. It’s okay if you take some vaccine.

The Fundamental Vaccinations like Typhoid, tetanus, and Polio that you take every decade with boosters will be Fine. The Himalayas is always the healthiest place to trek in. If you don't have time for the Vaccine and you want to do then we also have so many international hospitals and clinics. You can let me know beforehand so that I can arrange it.

We also have medical and hospitals on the Everest trail. We have hospitals in Lukla and Namche bazaar. We also have medical there to buy medicines and other medical facilities.

​The idea of a typical day on the Everest base camp trek

Everest base camp trek will reward you with a unique experience of trekking through beautiful scenery and taking wonderful pictures through exploring the local settlements. During the Everest journey, we are accompanied by experienced, friendly, and well-qualified Sherpa guides sharing different historical facts as well as info about the treks and places. The strong Sherpa porters also join our trek to help us carry big luggage whereas we all carry our regular day bag pack with necessary items.

The trekking day starts with an early morning hot tea. We will have breakfast after we do the packing. We will start walking around 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., depending on the nature of the day's walk and duration. We will stop for lunch after walking around for 3 to 4 hours. After spending around an hour for lunch and rest, we will walk around 2 to 3 hours until reach the final destinations. We will have snacks and tea upon reaching the final destinations. We have some time to walk around before dinner. After dinner, we stay some time in the dining hall and then bedtime. The day might change on day 10 and day 11. On day 10 we will have more walks because we doing base camp that day. We will spend half an hour on base camp. On Day 11 we will wake up early and hike Kalapather and breakfast is after Kalapather.

Toilets and Bathrooms on EBC trek

The base camp Everest trek can be done with basic, normal, and luxury options. We can select any way to do this Everest base camp trek. If you select the normal way then we will stay in two-star hotels in Kathmandu where you will have a toilet with shower facilities. There will be a mirror too. In Trek you will have a toilet inside the building of the tea house but not inside the room.

The toilets are nice & you need to have your own soap as well as toilet paper. If you doing the basic way for the yoga trek then you will be staying in the normal guest house at Thamel where you will have a shower and toilet in the room. You will also have soap, toilet paper, and a mirror on the toilet. When you go on a trek you will be using your own soap and toilet paper and the toilet is outside not in the room but if you do a luxury trek you will be staying in a star hotel in Kathmandu with all the facilities.

During the trek also you will be staying in the finest lodges where you will have a toilet and shower room mainly at Namche, Lukla, and Phakding. In Dingbochea you will have a toilet in the room but for a shower, you need to go outside for a gas Shower which costs you too. In Loubecha, Tengboche, and Gorekshap we will provide lodges with no toilet inside the room but near the room. There is no teahouse with a toilet inside a room at these places.

Clean and Drinkable Water on Mount Everest route

Drinkable water is always considered a main thing in Human life. Humans need water to drink but all water found on earth is not drinkable. We need to find proper resources to drink. On the route Everest base camp trek also we need to be careful about drinking water. There are many safe drinking water factories in different parts of the Everest area. Those who prefer mineral bottled water buy here. The cost goes from 50 rupees to 400 rupees. The cost at Gorekshap is the maximum high cost. There is also the possibility of boiled water from the hotel which costs you around the same price as bottled water. Besides that, there is also tap water which is normal water for drinking.

All local guides and porters drink this water and tourist also drinks this water. Some people drink it with water guard tablets and some drink it without any purifying tablets. If you prefer this normal water then the Magic Himalaya treks guide will provide water drops and tap water from the kitchen in each teahouse you stay. You Need to drink 3 to 4 liters of water while hiking so be prepared for this.

Food & Sleep during Everest Base Camp Tour

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most loved trekking destinations in the world. This trekking trail to base camp is also the best-managed route in the Himalayas. This trip to Mount Everest base camp has lots of options for food and Accommodation. The Food here is the same as on other trekking routes to Annapurna but far better than in Langtang, Kanchenjunga area, and Manaslu area. We can have a wide menu range. Dal-bhat is the dish we can find in each teahouse along the trail? Besides we can get Spaghetti, Potato dishes, and Baked and egg items. They also provide meat items (chicken) along the way. The wide range of food is also different according to the level of the hotel. We can also find many luxury hotels along the trail.

Talking about the Sleep, you will have a couple of beds per room with a window. The bathroom is a shared basis when you go to the higher elevations but in the lower part you will be having your own toilets and you can have a hot shower in some places too. For most of the teahouses/Lodges, there is a single large dining hall to enjoy the food. if you want Luxury things then you need to book a luxury tour.

​Money Exchange before Base Camp Everest Trek

Nepali Rupee or Rupaiya is a local currency in Nepal. Besides local Nepali rupees only Indian rupees are acceptable in local markets. In tourist markets, the USD, Japanese yen, Pound sterling, Euro, Thai baht, Australian dollar, and Singapore dollar are easily acceptable. In the money exchange, it is possible to exchange other money which is unpopular in Nepali markets. We can also exchange most foreign currencies through local banks. Some of the hotels in Thamel also exchange a smaller amount of money. People need to give a passport while exchanging money. Now the Nepal government has banned the import, export, and use of 500 and 1000 Indian rupee notes in all of Nepal. In Nepal be careful about those notes, do not carry them because it is illegal.

There is a security advantage of traveler’s cheques all over bigger nations but Nepal prefers a cash exchange facility to avoid hassles like a lengthy process and high rate of commissions at banks. People can withdraw cash in local currency only from the ATMs. The maximum withdrawal amount is 35,000 rupees for a 500 rupees processing fee while using foreign cards. The money exchange facility at the bank service charge is about 4%. There are few banks and money ATMs on the trail but do whatever you have to do in Kathmandu.

Note: Don't forget to do a Money Exchange before the Base Camp Everest Trek because for a better rate and safety purposes too.

​Responsibility on the environment

It is very important to have a balance between the environment and human beings. Our company strongly believes that the environment needs to be protected well. Tourism and trekking activities have a chance of having negative effects on our environment. We always work to make positive aspects of tourism on the environment. Our company engaged in different plantation programs. We also work together with the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and are engaged in organizing eco-friendly treks and trips.

Buddhist Monastery on route Everest base camp trek

There are many monasteries and Gumba on an Everest base camp trekking trail. Some are very popular and some are not so popular. During our hike we will visit some and some we don’t. Normally we visit the monasteries in Namche, Phakding, and Tengbochea which are also very popular.

Among them, the monastery in Tengboche has its importance and is popular among trekkers and climbers. Climbers on Everest expeditions and other expeditions take blessing in this monastery for success. Nowadays, people doing treks and high passes also visit this monastery to take blessings.

This monastery is also seen from the Everest top. This is the first thing Hillary & Tenzing recognize from the top when they get victory over Everest for the very first time. The monastery in Namche is also popular and people visit for the blessing from the lama.

Tyangbochea Monastery

The first monastery here was established in 1916. It takes 3 years to construct. This is established by Chatang Chotor more often known as lama Gulu. This has ties with the Rongbuk monastery close to the base of Everest on the Tibetan north side. A devastating fire occurred in 1989. Before the monastery was damaged by the earthquake and lama Gulu died soon after the earthquake. The monastery was gutted and some of its treasures were lost.

The new monastery has slowly been rebuilt and is now complete. The current Rinpoche, Ngawand Tenzin Jangpo was born in 1953 on the same day as the Dalai Lama. After a visit by his family to the Rongbuk Monastery, He was recognized as the incarnate of lama Gulu. His Initial training took place in Tibet and he returned to Tengbochea in 1956. He is now very active in promoting all aspects of Buddhism and conservation.


Gratuity means the tip. Here on the Everest base camp trek, all the trekking staff from Guide, porters, and helpers work hard to make the trek successful. Tipping is at the trekker’s discretion. It depends on good service from the team. Tipping is a very much accepted and honored way of saying thank you for the wonderful service that is delivered. Most of the people offered tips at the end of the trek but some people prefer giving tips daily on a small amount. Most of the group's tips, staff at a last day celebration party where they invite all the staff and pay for their food and drinks too. The amount of tip is a personal preference that might be more or less and depends on trip duration, quality service, budget, etc. Our magic Himalayan treks team provides excellent work to make your trip a lifetime experience. We like to ensure that, we pay well to our guide and porters and make a wonderful family environment.

​Booking the Everest Trek at last Minutes

While booking a trip or any adventure it is always advisable to do lots of research and gather information. For those who are not able to do research and internet surfing for whatever reason, our company Magic Himalaya has a provision for booking last minute. In such cases, Magic Himalaya only processes further if the clients made 100% trip payments within 24 hours. Magic Himalaya is capable of operating trek at the last minute but we are not responsible for delays due to changes beyond our controls such as weather, or flights. To know more about the last minute,s booking you can contact us directly at 977-9849334818 (Nabin Baniya or email him at nkbaniya@gmail.com).

​Feedback After trek

After completing the Everest base camp trek, our company will provide the Farewell dinner where Magic Himalaya Company will provide you with a company digital and printed Certificate of Trek completion. Magic Himalaya also likes to hear about the trek's compliments, Comments, and service provided. These kinds of comments & suggestions will help us to improve. You can write about this on Google, Tripadvisor, Facebook, and Trustpilot or on the company website in the review section. These kinds of Appreciation will help us to book other trekkers in the future and the world also get to know us very well.

​Notice Regarding the suspension of Trekking Permit

The High-level coordination committee for the prevention and control of COVID-19 has decided on 11th March 2020 to take necessary precautionary measures and preparations to prevent and control infection of Covid-19. As a precautionary measure, the Department of Immigration has decided to suspend the issuance of Trekking Permits to the designated restricted areas of Nepal on 30th April 2020 to foreigners who arrived in Nepal on 15th March 2020 and onward. This is to notify the trekking agencies in Nepal involved in Operating Trekking to follow the decision accordingly.

Note: The suspension has been removed.

Everest Base camp Trekking Tips

While doing the Everest base camp Trek people face different kinds of problems and obstacles. These kinds of problems arise due to a lack of knowledge and pieces of information. We need to have knowledge of many things such as Nepali cash, and types of equipment you need to have while going. We also need to know about the guide, porters, and many other things So you need to do lots of research to find and do trek successfully.

We need to hire the best trekking company to do the hike joyfully. The best trekking company provides all the appropriate information like Magic Himalaya does.

Here are some of the best Everest base camp trekking tips in our blog where you can learn more and get well-needed pieces of information that are useful.

Hotel we stay on Everest base camp trek

We are doing 15 Nights and 16 days of trek from arrival to departure. Here we have mentioned where we stayed for the fifteenth night in Nepal during this trek. We have mentioned which town we stay in, which possible hotel and the facilities we get over there. Here are the details below with the hotel where we stayed on different nights in Nepal.

1st, 2nd, 15th & 16th Nights Hotel in Nepal

Upon your arrival in Nepal, we will pick you up from the international airport and take you to the tourist place Thamel. You will be staying in some yoga resorts or hotels in Thamel. The next day we have a spiritual and cultural tour. We will stay both nights in Thamel at Thamel Park or Kailash Kutee or something similar. On the first and second nights, we will also stay here for the Fourteenth and fifteenth nights in Nepal. We will stay after we are done with the treks and return to Kathmandu from Lukla. On the fourteenth day, we will just relax and on the next fifteenth day we will be shopping at Thamel or if interested can visit a few interesting places.

3rd Night Hotel in Nepal

On the third night, we will be staying in a place called Phakding. We will be staying in Trekkers lodges and restaurants. We have a very nice room with an attached bathroom with a hot shower. We will reach Phakding very early at lunch so we have time to enjoy the sunshine with lunch and have time to go to the Bank of River to enjoy nature. We have a heating system in our dining room with a TV so we can enjoy some programs if you wish to see them. Many people love football and it’s possible to see the English Premier League, Indian Premier League & La Liga, Etc.

4th, 5th & 12th Nights Hotel in Nepal

We will be staying at Hotel 8848 or Comfort in Place called Namche Bazaar. We will say this village on the fourth night in Nepal along with the Fifth and twelfth night. On the way up we will stay two nights and on the way down one night. We have different kinds of facilities in the hotel. They provide WIFI, an Electric heater, and wonderful and tasty food services. The hotel in Namche has a shower and toilet inside the room. We have a monastery at Namche which is one of the good places to visit and do meditation. On the rest day, we will visit the Everest View Hotel or Syangbochea Viewpoint where we see mountain views and enjoy nature and mountains.

6th Nights Hotel in Nepal

During our sixth night, we will be staying in a Place called Tyangbochea and the hotel's Name is Tashi Delak. Tashi Delak means Namaste in Sherpa languages. We will come from Namche with a beautiful view of Everest and many other Mountains. In Tyangboche we have an Everest view from the hotel's dining room as well as room. We will also have an opportunity to visit the Monastery to do meditation. Meditation is possible inside the monastery. We have very good food here in the Hotel. They provide extra blankets too if you need them.

7 & 8 Nights Hotel in Nepal

On the day of the Seventh Night, we will come from Tyangboche which is just 5 hours away. We will do a nice walk passing Pangboche and Somara. We will be sleeping at 4400 meters above sea level here. We will be staying in Hotel Good Luck in Dingbochea. The hotel has tasty food in the room where the toilet is inside the cottage. We can take a cottage room for toilets inside the room but if you prefer a warm room then the room just above dining might be the best place to sleep. The hotel Good luck also on the heater. It is a beautiful thing to have in a cold place. On the eighth night also we will sleep here because after doing an acclimatization walk we cannot walk further and it's recommended to walk high and sleep low. The picture taken in front of the big mountains looks great.

9th Night Hotel in Nepal

From Dingbochea passing Thukla, we will reach Loubecha to spend our Ninth night in Nepal. We have a limited number of tea houses and hotels here. We will be staying either in Himalayan eco-resorts or a Mother Earth hotel. Both are very nice places to stay at Loubecha. They have clean rooms and clean toilets. The dining here is warmer and the food is tasty and prepared very fast. We will do a small hike to see the Khambu glaciers in the evening time. We can walk for five minutes and can reach glaciers.

10th Night Hotel in Nepal

Today is the big day for all Everest base camp Trekkers. We will be stepping on the base of Mount Everest. We have some pictures in base camp which is a long day and you will be tired for the night. To rest we will be staying at a Himalayan hotel or Sherpa land in Gorekshap. They have a big dining room with a nice sofa. The toilets here are near the room and it’s clean. We need to have our own Toilet paper. Here it’s recommended to drink bottled water. The bottled water is expensive but it’s recommended. We will sleep early because the next day we have to go to Kalapather for sunrise.

11th Night Hotel in Nepal

In the early morning of the eleventh night, we will walk to Kalapather viewpoint to see Everest close. We will also enjoy the sunrise on different mountains around. we will have breakfast after we come down from Kalapather. After breakfast, we will walk down toward Feriche. The hotel in Feriche is also nice with clean rooms and a lovely dining hall. Only a few hotels have attached bathrooms. We will be staying in a Himalayan hotel where a nice attached bathroom. We have WIFI facilities here too. The next day we can do yoga here at the hotel.

13th Night Hotel in Nepal

On our 13th night in Nepal, we will stay in Lukla and wait for the flight the next morning. Here we will do the celebrations with local porters. We will call them and tip them. We have a restroom for the trip here in Lukla with a hot shower, toilets, and a clean room. We have also WIFI facilities here. The hotel we will be staying in Luka is the Namaste Lodge and restaurants.

​Famous Everest base camp trek for All Months

The Everest base camp trek's best time is the autumn and spring season. During both seasons, The weather remains clear and many people prefer to hike during this time. Due to no snowing, the trail remains clear and the trek is not challenging. Both these season is highly recommended for trekkers. Here I am going to tell you more about the Everest base camp trek for all Months.

1. Everest base camp trek in January

January is the beginning of the year. People around the world just finished celebrating the two biggest occasions that are Christmas and New Year. People from different countries around the world travel to Nepal and Everest base camp in January month too. Talking about the view in January, it is wonderful and clear. We also have an experience of walking on snow on most parts of the trail. The average temperature is -2.8 degrees. During the early morning and late nights, the temperature is even going down. The trails are clean and silent. With the best packing list and equipment, January is definitely one of the best months to trek Everest base camp.

2. Everest Base camp trek on February

February is the second month of the year. It is the ending months of the winter season in Nepal and treks starting time in Nepal. Many people are surprised about the Ebc trek in February but it's 100% possible and successful. Many Photographers select these months for doing the trip because due to perfect landscapes for the best pictures. The weather does not remain constant this month. It changes from lower elevations to higher elevations. We will have a clear and best view during the month of February. There are very few people doing this trek. We need to walk on snow while trekking during this time and we will see many water streams get frozen which might be a problem for drinking water to those people who prefer steam local water instead of bottled mineral water.

3. Everest Base Camp trek in March

March is the starting month for all Everest expeditions groups. Those people who are going to climb energy may start their preparation and acclimatization from these months. This is one of the perfect months for a trek because you just say good bye-bye to cold temperatures and the best moderate temperature on your foot. The weather in the daytime remains constant but there is a vast difference in temperature in daylight and nighttime. The variations in temperature depend on different altitudes. During these months the famous Holi festival is celebrated all over Nepal and India. The national flower Rhodendrons also bloom in these months at Everest trails.

4. Everest base camp trek in April

Trekking to the Everest base camp in April months is the best time to experience the Sherpa hospitality. We can smell the Rhodendrons flower along the trail. We can see the rhododendrons flowers on many clours. The weather and view on the treks also make you feel like heaven. On a journey to base camp, you will see many tents and expedition groups.


Answer: On the lower elevations of a trek we can charge on electricity whereas on higher we need to pay the amount because they have solar panels or batteries or generators as a source of energy. On the trail, some guest houses provide free wifi but in higher they charge for the internet and phone calls. All the places do not have phone calls.

Answer: On Everest base camp trek the lodges are well constructed as well as well facilitated in comparison to other trekking areas. Most of the guest's houses have toilets inside the building where you can do toilets and also a bath. There are also few lodges with the attached bathroom with private toilets and showers.

Answer: During the walk, if it is an emergency you must use the toilet. A first thing is to check around if there is any a lodge or teahouse with toilets. If there is no any then you can go behind the stone but make sure you are not doing on rivers or water resources.

Answer: The local guest house does not provide toilet paper on their toilet. They will sell it but the cost is double then what you pay in Kathmandu. It depends on you whether you prefer taking from Kathmandu or buying at high cost. You also have an option of clean from water instead of paper.

Answer: Some of the lodges on lower elevations have a shower in the room. Some lodges have solar shower, some have electrical whereas some have a gas shower. The higher you go the shower is expensive. You can get bucket shower on higher elevations where water mostly freezes on zero levels. We do not advise taking a shower every day but instead use baby wipes to clean your body.

Answer: Some of the teahouses on a trail does laundry services. The tea house on Namche and Dingboche does laundry which will cost you an amount to pay. If you want to do laundry yourself the guest house will provide the place to do. They will also provide the bucket but the soap and detergent powder you need to buy there or use yours.

Answer: Actually, we advise all our trekkers to Everest base camp not to eat meat because they are not well frozen or stored. They most take by carrying people and animals on their back without cover which makes them smelly and dirty. We can provide vegetarian food and if there are any other diets you want let us know what kinds of diest you prefer so that we will provide accordingly.

Answer: Trekkers can choose the meals and hot drinks from the menu at the tea house. Meals are such as omelet, fried rice noodle soup, toast boiled eggs, macaroni, momo, vegetable curries, pizza, etc. The most provide meals are the local dish, Dal Bhat. You can learn this at Kathmandu on Our Nepali food cooking class which is around 4 hours class. Try this if you have time and you can cook Dalbhat back in your country.

Answer: The safe drinking mineral water is carried from Lukla or make on a factory somewhere in villages but has to carry all the way up to different places for sale. If you have a habit of drinking mineral water then you can buy on each guest house which costs around 1$ to 4$. For those people who are ok to drink the stream, water can get a tap on the guest house and the guide will help to fill it. You can also use water purification tablets or drops to make it pure.

Answer: We will definitely able to provide a single private room in the city areas of Nepal. In trek also someplace we will be able to provide the private room without any extra cost but some of the villages have a limited number of lodges and overflow of people. At that time the guest house will not give a private room instead of snedding back to some people without a room. It is petty much silly to ask a private room in those places.

Answer: We use local teahouse for all our treks for accommodations. This is the most common process of doing a trek in Nepal. We will trek from one guesthouse to another one in different local villages. The teahouse has a narrow room mostly shared with 2 trekkers. We have to share the bathroom with other people whereas some guest house have attached rooms with private bathrooms.

Answer: We will keep our entire guest at three-star category hotels in Kathmandu. Those are in the center of the tourist markets Thamel. If you want to upgrade the level of the hotel then let us know. We will arrange the hotel with extra cost on upgrades.

Answer: Most of the people coming Nepal take an arrival visa in Kathmandu international airport. Nepal banned arrival visa to some of the country so make sure that you are not from that nations. Those netions that need to apply visap prior to arrival in Nepal are Afghanistan, Cameroon, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Liberia, Nigeria, Palestine, Somalia, Syria, and Zimbabwe. Irf you are a citizen of other nation then you can get online visa for sure.

Answer: Yes the representatives from Magic Himalaya Treks and expeditions will be in the airport to pick you. The representatives will have a company board with your name written on it. There is also a flight number and your nationality which makes it easy to see him. The representatives will take you to the hotel where you will stay.

Answer: Yes it is safe to leave the luggage in Kathmandu hotel. Magic Himalaya advice you not to leave the valuable thing on luggage. If you have any doubts about the hotel then give it to me and we will store them in my office store room which is safe and I only have the key to the storeroom.

Answer: It is safe to keep the valuable things, passport on the day bag but make sure that this bag will not leave haphazardly on the dining room, trails, or resting place. If you have the valuable things with you in the bag, then do not leave this for minutes until you get in the room. If you have to go bathroom ion trail ask the guide to look after it.

Answer: The weight per person should be 15 kg for a Kathmandu to lukla and lukla to Kathmandu domestic flights. The big luggage should be aroud 10 kg and 5 kg hand bag allowed. The porter carries the luggage between two trekkers so it is around 20 kg on top of his own luggage. If you prefer to have 1 poret for 1 trekker then there will be extra charges for this.

Answer: The day bag mostly has things like mobile, camera, purses, passport, raincoat and other important thing so we need the day bag where all these things go in with ease. It should be around 10 to 15 liters.

Answer: Until the Kathmandu, you can bring your equipment to your suitcase. In Kathmandu, you can store the suitcase in the hotel or my office and we will provide you our company duffel bag to take your stuff to trek. The duffel bag will be carried by the porter.

Answer: Yes, you can buy sleeping bags and down jackets in Kathmandu. It is not compulsory to buy. Magic Himalaya Company provides down jackets and sleeping bags to use and return after the trek ends. If you prefer to have your own you can buy it.

Answer: As soon as the deposit is done, firstly you send an email with deposit slip and then we will checvk the bank and let you know after it arrives in our accounts. The next step is we will need your passport copy, passport size pictures. We need these things to issue permits and flights to lukla. We won’t be able to process without those informations. It is also important to send your flights arrival details once everythings confirmed.

Answer: There are different kinds of training and programs that you can do as preparation of Everest base camp trekking. Cardion related exercises like running and distance walking will be the best things to do. Cycling is also a very good thing as preparations. Mental preparations are also needed to have while doing these challenges. You can also go on a hiking and trekking for a few days around your home country as a preparation.

Answer: We usually advise all our trekkers to walk slowly in our briefing in the Kathmandu office and also guide during the briefing at the guest house. We want everyone to enjoy the view instead of rushing from one guesthouse to another guest house. Our assisting guide will lead the way and the head guide will be at back with slower trekkers.

Answer: Everest base camp trekking is challenging but this challenge can be completed with ease after well prepared. Some training and determination will make the process easy. The trek has around 6 to 7 hours of walk. Normally the trek starts at 8 am and complete around 5 pm in the evening.

Answer: Tipping is not compulsory but it’s taken as the reward of hard work and dedication of the staff. The staff teams always work hard to make your trek successful so tipping is the prize for their hard work. It is normal in Nepal to give around 30% of the total amount that you pay between guide and porter.

Answer: Until 2019 all our flight schedules from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu. From 2019 onwards we drive 5 hours to Ramachhap airport then fly to Lukla airport. The Kathmandu airport is under construction that is why the domestic flights to Lukla changes from Ramachhap.

Answer: If there is bad weather in Lukla airport or in Kathmandu then there will e flight delays. At those conditions, we will wait until it happens before sunlight down. We also have to postpone the next day. If you don’t have time then we might have to find a cheap helicopter not to miss the international flights.

Answer: There is no refund system in Nepal if you finish the trek early then the committed days. All the trekking charges will be the same and we have to pay our staff for the committed days. Sometimes we finish the trek due to the client’s health issue or sometimes bad weather so never make a mind of taking refund while doing any kind of trekking and hiking activities in Nepal.

Answer: We can understand that the plan always changes. If you like to change the date of the trek, we don’t charge any fees for that. If you entirely cancel the trip there will be some changes. You can check more about the cancelation policy on our company terms and condition page.

Answer: If you have time after completing the Everest trekking challenge, we can arrange some other trips of a lifetime memory. First, you need to tell us your interest so that we can recommend it accordingly. Magic Himalaya will help you to extend your holidays to some interesting places. If you like to see Pokhara city we can arrange hotels and you can enjoy the Trishuli River rafting on the way. You can also do some Yoga in Kathmandu. There are also possibilities of doing short Chisapani Nagarkot trek. The best will be the Chitwan national park tour if you have an interest in a jungle safari.

Answer: If you have any questions about how many people doing trek with you then you can ask with us. We really don’t share the personal info about the participiatents bgut can let you know the actual group size of the people doing the eveerst base camp trek. We also provide the general ideas about the trekker’s natiuonality, sex, age etc.

Answer: If you are doing a private trekking or family group its easy to extand few days or an extra days. If you are on a group joing departure treks it really hard to arrange but we can do that if you let us know few days earlier. While on a trek it’s very complicate to find another staff to walk with you because the guide and assistanf have to walk with other groups that are following the fixed itineraries.

Answer: We can book extra hotel for you if you want. I will book for you and you can pay directly on reception or in my office. You can select and let us know what kinds of accomodation you prefer. You can stay on same accodomation we provide or increase/ decrease the standards.

Answer: Our Everest base camp trek packages include almost all the services. The extra cost is on personal nature. You need to spend money on drinking water, hot shower, wifi, drinks, and tips for guide, porters and drivers, etc. The extra cost for the trip will be around USD400. Actually it depends on person nature where you spend and how much you spend.

Answer: Credit card use is limit in Nepal. There are few places such as Namchebazar and Lukla that have credit card facilities and ATMs. The ATMs might not work in such places. In Kathmandu and city rea also have limited cash withdrawal. While going to the mountain, it better to carry cash from Kathmandu.

Answer: The remaining amount will be necessary to pay on arrival before the trek starts. You can make the payments on cash or do them through the credit cards. While paying through the cards there will be some percent as bank and service charges so you bring cash to avoid such charges.

Answer: We always ensure the travel safety of our guests including both male and female. Nepal is safe for both males and females and people welcome foreign visitors. We have a very good relationship with hotel owners. During the stay, they will also take care of all guests. Our guides and Sherpa also take good care during days a well as nights.

Answer: People with previous trekking experience really necessary for a successful trek but that does not mean it is compulsorily needed to have. We get a lot of first-time trekkers in our groups so don’t worry even if you don’t have experience. Remember you are with a good company who takes good care of you and your hike. Previous trekking experience is a plus point but not necessary to have.

Answer: No, There is no age limitation for the famous Everest base camp trek as long as the participants are healthy and willing to do. We have organized many treks with kids and his families of 5 to 12 years. We also have a trek with the eldest people from 60 to 75 years. We had success with those young and old age groups too. If there is anyone who wants to do a trek with kids or old people, we advise people to do family and private trek. Don’t hesitate to ask us about these arrangements.

Answer: Yes our entire guide speaks very excellent English. They are very knowledgeable in English languages and are well-qualified. Some of the porters speak English well but not all. It is not important for a porter to speak English. Normal English worlds like fine, Hellow, and come, go are able to speak by almost all porters.

Answer: Yes all the departure Dates we have shown on our websites are guaranteed to happen. All the departure dates on seasons have bigger size groups and are 100% confirmed unless there are any unwanted problems from the Nepal government or Khambu Municipality. Those departure dates on offseason time have a small group but once you make the payments, we will run a trip for a single or few people also.

Answer: As we all know Nepal is the lockdown and there are many international travelers in different parts of Nepal. Like other parts, there are many people doing Everest base camp trekking while the Nepal government lockdown the whole of Nepal. Khumbu Pasang Lhamu ruan municipality is providing free food and hotel associations of Lukla provide free rooms and wif to all trekkers who are on the Everest trail during lockdown periods. For more info visit the blog.

Answer: No, It is not possible to do the Everest base camp trekking as soon as the lockdown is over. The first thing is the lockdown is not fixed how long is it gonna remain in Nepal? It will remain until no new coronavirus cases in Nepal. The second thing is flights are banned in Nepal's international boundaries. This will not open until the coronavirus ends in all nations. So, right now it is very difficult to let you know when we can start operating the Everest treks. As soon as the lockdown and international flight restrictions are over we will start taking bookings as well as operate the base camp hiking journey.

Answer: The beginning of March to the end of May and the beginning of September to mid-December is the best time for doing the Everest base camp trek. We also need to think about the rain in the monsoon season and we need to be well prepared for possible rain. December the temperature reaches below zero degrees so we need to be preparing for that too. The days are beautiful and we can still see a few trekkers. We have to keep the body warm, especially at night and early morning. We also advise and take to the bust guest house in December because if more trekkers they make a fire in the dining from yak shed. If you are alone in the guest house there is less possibility of fire.

You can check the blog post about the best time to trek EBC, for more details about it.

Answer: The Everest base camp trek is visiting the high elevations of Nepal near Mount Everest. The area is so cold so a proper packing list should be made for the trek. We have the detailed and required packing for the Everest trek. You can check them on the Link.

We have a store in Kathmandu where you can buy most of the equipment. We also recommend you bring an important one from your home. It also depends on what brands you trust and which you have a habit of using.

Answer: Yes, you need a visa as well as permits for the Everest base camp trek. If you are a citizen of India with Indian passports then you don’t need to buy a visa but need to buy permits. The 15-day multi-entry visa starts at $25 and the 30-day visa is $40. The Itinerary we provided is 16 days so it is recommended to have a 30-day visa for a slightly higher cost.

We need the Trekkers Information Management System known as TIMS as well as a Sagarmatha National Park Entry permit. Both will be included by tour operators if you are doing a package tour with a trekking company. If you plan to trek independently then it will cost you $20 for TIM’s card and around $40 for permits. For Indian people with an Indian passports or Adhar cards, it will cost $3 for a TIMS card and around $16 for permits. Sometimes the Khumbu Municipality charge will be taken instead of TIMs which cost $20.

Note: It recommends bringing 4 passport-size photos for permits and other paperwork.

Answer: Yes, it’s possible. The base camp is set on Khumbu glaciers. The base camp is also a temporary camp for Everest expedition groups. Not only Humans but also yak walks in Everest base camp. Yaks carry trekking gear and equipment during the climbing season. Make sure you walk in the right way while walking in base camp. The best feeling of the Everest base camp trek is stepping on Khumbu glaciers.

Answer: Insurance is always an important thing to have while traveling to any place. Everest base camp is at high elevations so insurance is a very important thing to carry. The best insurance policy will cover everything if there are any accidents or other altitude-related illnesses.

The Everest base camp trek highest point is Kalapather which is on an elevation of 5550 meters. We need to take insurance that will cover hiking up to an altitude of 6,000 meters. All insurance will not cover high elevation coverage so it is important to have a proper insurance policy that adequately covers delays, accidents as well and altitude-related problems. While buying insurance we need to make clear about the things that are included after buying insurance. Don’t forget to add hiking up to 6000 meters as an additional activity. JS Insurance and World Nomads is the insurance company that provides insurance for the Everest base camp trek.

Answer: Yes People also died during Everest base camp treks. Mainly the individual trekkers lost their way and still missing. There are lots of such stories to hear. Some people also died due to Altitude sickness. So while trekking Everest you should listen to your body, follow the guide's advice, and don’t force your body to reach the top. If you get sick then it's better to turn back instead of taking a high risk.

Answer: Everest is on the border of Nepal and China. There are two Everest base camps that are actually opposite of the great Himalayas. The North base camp is in China whereas the south base camp of Everest is in Nepal. The North Face camp is on an elevation of 5200 meters. The south base camp is on 5364 meters. The base camp of China lies in Tibet's autonomous region. In conclusion, the Everest base camp is in Nepal as well as Tibet (China).

Answer: While doing the Everest trek you can see some bars for drinking and some pubs where you can dance and enjoy. There is no part place in this trek. Recently the famous British DJ Paul Oakenfold hosted a party in the Everest base camp. He hosted the highest party on earth by doing 10-day treks from Kathmandu. He is raising funds for the Nepal earthquake victims in 2015.

Answer: The Everest base camp trekking cost is always different from one company to another company. The cost is different according to the Itinerary. Some people do Everest base camp in 12 days whereas some people spend 16 days. More the days the cost will be high. The cost also depends on the service level which people take during the hike. The basic trek costs low prices whereas the luxury trek costs high prices. If you do it individually or solo without a guide the price will be below. You can see the more cost details on our blog link.

Answer: The Everest climbing season is in May but we can see climbers trekking up and down from March. You can see them walking fast on the way. They may be trekking up to base camp or maybe down to Lukla. They do this to have good acclimatization. You can talk to them on the trail by greeting them or meeting them in the lodge during the evening. They mostly stay on popular and famous loge such as Himalayan Eco Resort, Hotel Namche, and a few others.

Besides these FAQs, we have a few more on our web blogs titled Everest base camp Trek FAQs you can check them.

Answer: This is a very interesting question. If you are looking for an exciting experience then this Everest base camp trek can fulfill your expectations. Magic Himalaya trek arrangements and service will take you to new heights. Our company provides Accommodations, meals, and transportation for trekkers. Our administration will arrange everything ahead. Everest base camp is the trek where thousands of people trek, It is an experience that everyone should have at least once in their lifetime. Our staff will always work on making your trip memorable and successful. For a unique experience and magical service, this trek is right for anyone who loves adventurous hikes.

Answer: There are various things that we can do at Guesthouses in the evening. While talking about the Goreksahap we will not have that much time because we will be back from base camp hike late. after we come back we will take some rest and ready for dinner. People here normally eat early dinner because of waking up early for the Kalapather hike the next morning. Some people stay talking in the dining until the guide and porter start sleeping in the dining hall. In Loubecha, people can go to the ridge to see Khumbu glaciers and mountain views near the guest house. They can also play card games and also talk with people.

In Dingboche, people enjoy the evening talking with people. A few of them go to pub or snooker house to enjoy. In Tengboche, the hotel has many indoor games that we can use to play. some people have books to read and enjoy the story. In Luka and Namchebazar there are many opportunities for doing. People can see football like the English Premier League at pubs and bars. They also have a movie theater to show movies like Into Thin Air, Seven Years in Tibet, and many more.

In Lukla and Namche the pubs and bars are open until midnight. They can also go shopping here. Phakding also has a Pool house and a volleyball court, and some people enjoy indoor card games with guides and porters.


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Anna (Yuk yee) wong
Hong Kong

Great team in Nepal Trekking

I had a great time with my friends the tour guide, and porters for our tailor-made island peak trekking in May 2023. when we landed at Kathmandu airport, our tour guide, Nabin, was waiting for us and greeted us in the Nepalese welcome way with flowers which made our mood fresh after a long journey. The whole trekking trip was well managed, even the airplane from Kathmandu to Lukla was suspended due to government policy changes. People had to wake up early and drive 5 hours to Ramachhap for a flight to Lukla but Nabin and his team arranged the Read More ...


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Sarah Achmed Angullia

Truly Magic!

I would like to Thank Magic Himalaya for making my Trekking experience a wonderful one. We were taken care of the minute we landed right until we departed. Magic Himalaya delivered my delayed baggage to Namche Bazar on day 4 Via Helicopter. Although I didn’t make it to EBC due to AMS, my helicopter evacuation from Dingbochea to Kathmandu was quick and smooth. I was also looked after whilst I recovered in Kathmandu. I can’t thank the team enough- Nabin for the organization in Kathmandu, Shanta, Ram, Leela, and the porters for everything they did on a trek to Everest Read More ...


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