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Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek - 15 Days

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Location: Everest Region

Price: US $2200 P/P

15 Days

Trip Facts

Group Size

Min. 2 PAX

Trip Grade



Tea House/Lodges/Hotel.

Max Altitude

5545m, Kalapatthar


All kinds of Nepali typical local food as well as western.



Trip Highlights

  • Step foot on Everest base camp (5364 m).
  • 360 Degree Mountain view from Kalapather (5550 m).
  • Tangbochea Monastry at Tengbochea 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 sites declared by UNESCO.

Everest base camp luxury trek means the trek to Everest base camp in a luxurious way. The Everest base camp luxury tour to base camp mainly talks about some finest basic luxury lodges along the trek routes. The stay in the finest Everest basic luxury lodges on the trail makes you feel great comfort. We can also absorb the typical way of living by local Sherpa from close. Everest luxury lodges are mainly like a normal teahouse from the outside but will see a difference inside in room and service.

Everest base camp Nepal Side

The highlight of the Everest base Camp luxury treks is the base camp. We can see two base camps on the map. The first one is the old Everest base camp and the second is the Everest base camp. Here we are talking about the Everest base camp. Everest base camp is the place where the expedition group tented while climbing the world's highest peak. The Everest base camp is set on the Khambu glacier below the Khambu ice fall. Everest base camp is set at elevations of 5,364 meters above sea level. The Base camp is not a fixed place, the base camp changes every year after the glacier moves.

During the climbing season in spring, there are thousands of tents and climbers waiting for the expeditions. We can see many porters and yak carrying the climbing equipment and food along the way. Everest base camp is full of everything from Sherpa, yak, porter, trekkers & climbers.  It is like an international market full of people from different nations.

Luxury trekking in Nepal

Luxury means we are talking about the basic one here. The five-star categories are not available here due to high elevations. We provide luxury through the services by staff and accommodations throughout the trek and in Kathmandu stay. Doing base camp in the comfort of luxury lodges and the finest tea house along the way is a pleasant experience. If we want to say a five-star category hotel in Kathmandu before and after the trek then we can organize this too.

Everest base camp Luxury Trek

The Everest base camp luxury trek is the best and improved version of the Everest base camp trek. The world's highest Mountain “EVEREST” makes Everest base camp the grandest trek in the world.  It is an unparalleled moment to trek here where the history set off its epic journey in 1953. We follow Sherpa Tenzing and Sir Edmund Percival Hillary's route from Tenzin Hillary Airport Lukla all the way to Everest base camp.

The Everest base camp luxury lodge trek is a chance to tour a superb way in the Everest region. This trek is one of the best options for those looking for some Best trekking in the Nepal Himalayas. The trek allows exploring high Himalayan regions covered with snow and seeing magnificent snow-covered peaks. A Luxury hike to Everest provides the chance to step on the base of the world's highest mountain Everest (8848.86 meters). This trek is also a golden chance for all people who dream about being at Everest base camp.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1,400 m) and transfer to the hotel.
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: Sightseen tour around Kathmandu city.
Accommodation: Hotel or resort.
Meal Includes: Breakfast

Day 03: Kathmandu –Lukla-Phakding (2652 m) 3 -4 hours walk.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

the Best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Phakding is Yeti Mountain Home, Beer Garden, Sunrise Lodge as well as Himalayan Eco Resort.

Day 04: Phakding – Namche bazaar (3440 m) 5-6 hours walking.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

The best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Namche Bazar are Yeti Mountain Home, Hotel Namche, Hotel Sherpaland, Hotel, Himalayan Hotel, and Green Tara Hotel.

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

Day 06: Namche Bazaar to Pangboche (3860 m) 6 – 7 hours walking.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

The best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Pangbochea are Everest summit lodge, Amadablam Lodge, Mount Kailash Lodge, and Himalayan Eco.

Day 07: Pangboche to Dingboche (4360 m) 3-4 hours walk.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Dingboche: Hotel Good Luck, Grand Himalaya, Hotel Summit

Day 08: Dingboche- acclimatization Day.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Day 09: Dingboche to Lobuche (4940 m) 5 hours.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Laubecha: Himalayan Eco Resort, Alpine Lodge, Altitude lodge, Mother Earth lodge.

Day 10: Lobuche – Gorekshap (5170 M)-Everest base camp (5364 m)-Gorekshap (5170 m) 8-9 hours.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Gorekshap: Yeti lodge, Himalayan hotel, Buddha lodge, Snowland lodge.

Day 11: Gorek shep-Kalapatthar/Everest base camp-Pheriche (4280 m) 8-9 hours.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Ferichea: Himalayan Hotel, Yak lodge, Pumori hotel.

Day 12: Pheriche-Pangbochea-Tengboche-Namche Bazaar (3440 m) 6-7 hours.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Day 13: Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2800 m) 6 hours walk.
Accommodation: Tea house available.
Meal Includes: Full Board; Breakfast, Lunch as well as Dinner

Best Lodge/ Teahouse/ Hotel in Lukla: Yeti Mountain Home, Namaste Lodge, Khumbu Lodge, Sunny Garden.

Day 14: Lukla to Kathmandu.
Accommodation: Hotel / Resort
Meal includes Breakfast and Farewell Dinner.

Day 15: Farewell friend day.
Meal Includes: Breakfast



After your arrival at the Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be greeted by representatives from Magic Himalaya Treks and Expeditions.

The representatives with your name board at the airport. You will be transferred to the Kailash Kutee or a similar category by our staff after finishing the custom formalities. After checking in to the hotel and resting for a while you will be introduced to your guide and he will help you with the preparation of trekking materials.

In the evening you will go for a welcome dinner with our team and enjoy dinner in Nepalese cultural music and dance.


On this day after breakfast, our guide will take you to the important places of the city for historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu. Some of these are considered world heritage sites by UNESCO and are popular for sight seen tours including Durbar Square, the sacred Hindu temple Pashupatinath, the Swayambhunath (famous for the monkey temple tourism industry), the largest stupa of the world called Bouddhanath.

In the afternoon along with dinner, there will be a discussion about the trips among our team and clients where clients can ask questions about our upcoming trip to the Himalayas.


After breakfast, our guide will transfer you to the domestic terminal of Kathmandu airport in the early morning. With the finest views of Everest Himalayan ranges, we will land at the gateway destination called Lukla (2840 m) where we will begin our trips. After reaching the tensing Hillary Airport Lukla with 40 minutes flight above the green hill surrounded by world-high mountain peaks we will meet our remaining crew members and do some packing.

After staying over there for a few minutes in the prosperous village of Lukla we will trek to Phakding. To have acclimatization we will hike around the village around the monastery. Stay Overnight stay at Phakding in Jorge Garden or a similar category hotel with a full board provided.

At the beginning after Pasang Lhambu gate, there is the check post where we need to buy Khumbu municipality permits which are now used instead of a TIMS card.


Walking on the sides of Dudh Koshi River on the beautiful pine forests crossing many suspension ridges including the famous Hillary suspension bridge we will able to catch the wonderful prospect of Mt. Thamserku (6618 m). Passing the Benker, Chumoa, and Monjo on the way, we will reach the entrance check post of Sagarmatha National Park where your permits for trekking will be checked. After that, we pass Jorsale the last before the Sherpa capital Namche Bazaar.

The trails climb up through forests and bridges until we reach the meeting of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi Rivers. After accent about 2 hours, we will be able to see the first view of Mount Everest smiling peering over the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge.

We will stop for the view in Chauteri for a few minutes which could be a good rest in climbing up as well. After that, we still need to hike up about 1.5 hours to reach the Sherpa capital the gateway to MT EVEREST and the main trading center of this region. Stay overnight in Yeti Mountain Home or a similar hotel. The Full board is provided.


This is the schedule followed by each and every trekker as it is recommended by the health experts to have a rest day and necessary to stay active and move on the rest day instead of sitting idly. In the rest, we can hike to the Thame or Khunde to relax and explore the villages themselves.

Namche Bazaar is the main center of the Everest (Khumbu) region and has government offices, ATMs, internet cafes, shops, restaurants, a bakery as well as colorful markets each Friday evening and Saturday. Our trek guides will take you to a tourist visitor’s center near the headquarters of the Sagarmatha National Park where you can absorb things related to Everest ascents, and Sherpa culture, and will also learn about various plants and animals.

We also take an interesting side up to Khumjung village which can be best for acclimatization and we can find an air tap in Syangboche. Just a few minutes from there we can see the Everest view hotels where lots of foreigners especially Japanese come to stay during their Everest helicopter tour. Along with the great view of Everest, Kongde, Thamserku as well as Khumbila, we will visit Hillary school and come back to Namche village after lunch.

Watching thin air movies or similar Everest expedition movies in the guest house. Stay overnight in a Yeti Mountain home or similar. The full board was provided.


After breakfast, we start our trips towards Pangboche enjoying the superb view of Mt Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Amadoblam, and a close-up view of Thamserku. Our treks keep going on ups and downs overlooking the magnificent view of the great Himalayas. Along the way, we can spot wild lives and then the way goes up to Kayangjuma. After that, we will reach Sanasa where the path to Gokyo and the trek to Everest base camp are separated.

Then the trails followed the pine forests and we also saw prayer flags festooned bridge over the Dudh Koshi River and passed them. We reach Phunki Thenga a small settlement for tea and a small army post amidst the alpine woods. After having relaxed a bit in Phungi Tanga we will go to Tengboche which is a step up to the hill. Tengboche is a great place with close-up views of Amadoblam, Nuptse, and Everest. Here we have a chance to explore the biggest Buddhist monastery all over in the Khumbu region.

We can see lots of Monasteries in the Everest region. After having lunch the trails lead down to the river once again to another airy suspension bridge where Pangboche is about 5 minutes away. Stay overnight at Everest Summit Lodge or similar in Pangboche. The Full board is provided.


We start our trip early in the morning after breakfast. Passing many Mani walls, Chortens, and small villages on the way our trek begins towards the Dingboche. On the way towards Dingboche, you can have a wonderful view of the Amadoblam Mountains which are very nice mountains and look like the thumb shape of your hand.

You will have your lunch in the Dingboche where you stay and can go hiking in the afternoon around the villages. Overnight stay in Sherpa land and full board provided.


After breakfast, there are two options for the day which is normal and challenging. The normal is that you can go to the Chhukhung village (4730 m) which is the starting point of island peak climbing and can go to Kongma la pass.

The harder options are to climb the Nangkartshang hill just above the Dingboche which is very hard and a good viewpoint of the mountain that we had passed behind and can see few more such as Makalu and many more. Stay overnight in Dingbochea in full board.


We will start the day with the climb to Thokla (Dughla) through the Khumbu Khola valley. The trek along the arid terrace is awarded with awesome views of mountains on all sides. As we come to the yak herder's place called Dusa, the valleys begin to narrow and continue through Phulung Karpo of the campsites during the first successful Everest expeditions in 1953.

After crossing the small metal bridge we will reach Dughla from where we start to trek up the steep terminal moraine of the Khumbu glacier. We can find our way through the boulder-strewn slope as we ascend Chupki Lhara, an eerie ridge top with a dramatic change in mountain view. At the top, after walking for about 1 hour we will find an arrow of stones with very nice Tibetan prayer flags around there surrounded by the memorials of a famous person who has died in Everest expeditions.

From 10 times Everest climbed Babu Tshering Sherpa to American mountaineer Scott Fisher memorials can be seen over there who perished on a mission to climb Everest and it is the best way to rest (relax) after that Thokla hard up. We are in the vicinity of Everest but the highest mountains of the world remain hidden.

Walking the side of the world's biggest glacier Khumbu we will not be able to see it but can have many Mountain views such as Khumbutse, Lingtren, Pumori, and Mahalangur Himal. This is the place where begins thin air and hard to breathe due to high altitude and less oxygen. Overnight stay in warm Himalayan Eco resort and full board provided.


The trail to Gorakshep goes ahead through the lateral moraine of the Khumbu glaciers. We pass through the pyramid signpost. Ahead on the trail, we see the crest of the north ridge of Everest along with MT. Pumori, Mahalangur, Lingtem, Khumbutse, Nuptse, etc. a small ascent would take us to Thangma Riju from where we perceive a 360-degree vista of snowy mountains.

Climbing steeply up to the top through the torrent of Changri glacier, we see our first glimpse of Kala Patthar, a gray-green knoll beneath Mt. Pumori. As we reach Gorakshep, we will be surrounded by snow-capped mountains looming all around us including the top of the world Mount Everest.

After a brief lunch and rest, we take the trail to Everest base camp through the once-past Gorekshap Lake. Continuing straight ahead, we come through the Indian Army mountaineer's memorials. As we reach Everest base camp we cannot stop ourselves from appreciating the Everest climbers who take hazardous route through the Khumbu icefall.

In the spring we can see mountaineer's tents stand out in bright colors against all the dull gray surroundings. Nuptse, Khumbuste, and Pumori are the mountains we can view from base camp. Everest cannot be seen from the base camp properly, so we need to wait until the next day morning to up the Kala Patthar hill, or those who are interested in ho Kala Patthar on the same day can go with our guide or Sherpa.

Overnight stay in the local guesthouse at Gorekshap and full board provided.


Today is the climax of our trip. We start early in the morning hike to catch the dramatic views from Kala Patthar witnessing the first light of the day shining on Mount Everest. However, we need to get prepared for an early morning, dark and cold temperature (-10 to -14 c) departure beforehand.

We can see familiar peaks like Lingtren, Khumbutse, and Changtse Tower to the east even as begin to reveal their emerging between the west shoulder crest and Nuptse. When climbing the Kalapatther we can pause to catch our breath at several places from where we can have an outstanding viewpoint to snap pictures of the highest mountain.

After several hours of walking, we will be at the best view Point in the world called Kalapatther where we scramble to climb the rocky outcrop near the summit marked by prayer flags. As we reach the top, we sit on the Kala Patthar rocks our eyes taking in the unbelievable Himalayan panorama, wandering from one mighty massif to another.

We can take pictures of how much we can take and also take the inner view with our minds and eyes to last a lifetime. On being back to Gorakshep, we have breakfast and wait for those who have gone to Everest base camp. After they arrived back at the hotel take a descent back to the Ferichea for a good night's rest at lower altitude. The full board was provided.


We will trek down through the hillside blanketed by rhododendrons and juniper trees. If it's spring, pink and red rhododendrons flowers ablaze our surroundings. We may have our lunch in Tengboche or waits up to Phungi Tenga it depends on our hungriness. After crossing the prayer flags we need to walk up to the hill through jungles.

When reaching the way of Khumjung village and way to Gokyo we walk straight looking at the stunning view of Amadablam, Thamserku, and many more. On reaching the guest house you will have a hot shower and have a relaxed sleep in your room. Overnight stay in Namche Bazzer at Hotel Namche or similar. The Full board is provided.


The starting point and ending point f the Everest base camp luxury trek is LUKLA. The trails descend steeply downward by controlling the body. With a good view of local’s villages and many flowers, we will have lunch in Phakding. Being climbing down in the same way also makes you feel different and good. After two weeks you will be in Lukla and overnight stay over there and full board provided.


In the early morning after breakfast take a flight in the morning to Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel and take a rest. After some hours if you like you can go for a walk around the city. Or can take a rest in the hotel. You may also visit the local markets and buy Nepalese items and gifts for your friends and family. In the evening you may visit the office. If someone has a flight on that day he will be transferred to the airport for departure.


This is the time to say bye to the mountainous country and is the end day of your trip to the Himalayas. About three hours before your flight, you will be taken off you will be taken to the airport for final departure. On the way back home you will have plenty of time to think about your trip with Magic Himalaya treks and expeditions.

What's included?

  • Sagarmatha National Park permits.
  • Trekking map
  • Full board plan (breakfast, lunch dinner accommodation, tea or coffee) during the trek
  • Join Nepal culture programs with a welcome and farewell dinner.
  • Luxury hotels in Kathmandu at star hotels.
  • Six nights in a luxury lodge and 5 nights in the best basic lodge available in the trek.
  • An experienced licensed holder guide and required porters.
  • Food, drinks, salary, insurance, equipment, transportation, accommodations, and local tax for guides and porters.
  • Transportations by bus, car, or flight.
  • Medical kit box for the trek.
  • Khumbu (Everest Region) Municipality fees.
  • Trekking equipment like sleeping bags and down jackets.
  • All government tax
  • All guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu and entry fees
  • All necessary transportation on sightseen
  • Airport picks up and drops off with an escort.

What's not included?

  • Your travel insurance
  • International flight and your departure tax.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Any kind of bar bills
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage drinks.
  • Rescue operations
  • Any kind of personal expenses (tips and donations).
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.

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
2000/PP 4 PAX
2000/PP 8 PAX
2200/PP 5 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

​Foods and Accommodations on Everest base camp Luxury trek

Short Everest Base Camp luxury 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 trekking 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 to the Luxury Everest base camp trek.

Talking about the accommodation, 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 have your 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. In the beginning town Lukla, Namche, and Phakding have the best rooms with electric blankets, showers, and toilets inside the room.

​Drinking water on Everest base camp Luxury Trek

Drinking 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. In the Everest base camp luxury 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 tourists also drink this water. Some people drink it with water guard tablets where as 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.

Everest base camp Luxury trek on different Months

All trekkers can visit the Everest base camp Luxury trek all year long. The trails at higher points might need some monitoring. The Trail above Dingbochea has landslides so need to be careful at this point. The trail before reaching Gorekshap also needs to be checked correctly during the snowy time. On the way to base camp, there is also someplace where you miss the trail or need good monitoring for trekking safely. You need to travel here with a guide so there won’t be any problems. Here I have mentioned about Everest base camp Luxury trek in Different months. Please check them out.

Everest base camp luxury trek in March, April, and May

March, April, and May are some of the best times to do The Everest base camp luxury trek as well as basic. Spring is the season when you can enjoy the view of Rhododendrons dominating the hills in its full glory. We can see lots of rhododendrons in the lower parts of the trek as well as in the Debuche area. This is the time best for doing base camp as well as enjoying the sunrise from the Kalapather. E will have blue and clear skies. Trekkers can have a complete Himalayan Experience in a single go.

Everest base camp luxury trek in September, October, and November

This period of September, October, and November marks the arrival of autumn season in Nepal. This is also the Best time of year for doing the Everest base camp Luxury trek. A lot of flowers bloom making the landscapes more colorful than ever. During the monsoon season, we can expect a clean and green trail with a lush ecosystem. We will also have a clear view with no clouds in the sky. All the Teahouses and lodges will be open throughout the season. It gives the opportunity to enjoy the trek in its full glory. This time of year is the busiest time of year for hiking and trekking. Many people here had seen doing the Everest base camp Helicopter tour. We can see many Helicopters stop at Kalapather viewpoint.

Everest base camp luxury trek in December, January, and November

The Extent of February from December marks the winter in the Himalayas. Apart from The extreme winter with Heavy snowfall, you can do the Everest base camp luxury trek. During this time of year, we need additional gear and equipment for the high-elevation trek with thick snow. The Experience is all different ranging from snowy hills, Valleys, and ridges in the trails. The trail is less visited this time than in the autumn and summer seasons. It is due to the trekking challenges at this time.

Everest base camp luxury trek in June, July, and August

We have a wet summer in June, July, and August here in Nepal. Monsoon is not the best time for walking on the trail of the Himalayas. Still, people do this Everest base camp luxury trek during this time. We need to be prepared with a raincoat in the day bag because the rain can come at any time. We also need to have proper duffel bags to keep the luggage safe from rain. In the lower part of the trek, there are chances of getting leeches. If you don’t like trekking in this rain and leeches then this is not the time for you.

Toilet Facilities In Everest Base camp Luxury Trek

Everest base camp Luxury Treks means here we are talking about the Luxury Facilities. We will definitely stay in the start hotel in Kathmandu which has a big bathroom and toilet. You will have a mirror and all the necessary things that are required in the Toilet. There we will have a few towels and you can ask for more if you need it. While flying Lukla you will have a decent toilet in Lukla at Namaste Lodge. The Phakding and Namche have western toilets along with shower facilities in the room. They also have soap and shampoo in the room. Tengbochea and Dingbochea also have good toilets clean but possibly only a few places.

Here there is no shower in the room. In the places like Loubechea and Goreksahap, there are toilet facilities outside the room but inside the hotel building. When you are on the trail walking in some places you can find a normal toilet and in some places, you have to use Nature. You also even need to Pay for toilets in some places. Toilet Facilities in the Everest base camp luxury trek are best and better than any trek in Annapurna, Langtang, or any other place.

Everest base camp Luxury trek Clients Review

After completing the Everest base camp Luxury trek we will ask our clients to keep us the feedback. we want them to write a suggestion and improvements that we need to make if there are any. Our clients can write reviews on Google page, Facebook page, and our website review section. Our clients also can review us at TripAdvisor, Trust Pilot, and Glassdoor. Our clients also leave their email and contact details while writing the review so you can check them and know more about this trip.

Immunization and Vaccinations for Everest base camp Luxury Trek

There is no special Vaccine for the Everest base camp Luxury trek. 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.

Equipment's required for Everest base camp Luxury Trek

While doing any adventure we should have to make an idea of what is needed and how we can get them done. Here we are doing the Everest base camp Luxury trek, so we need to make lots of plans and implement them well to have a successful trek. The main idea of packing the clothes and equipment is to keep your body warm, and dry as well as protect it from the sun. The main idea of packing well is to be able to trek comfortably. There is lots of equipment from copy to original all around. Here I will mention some of the Equipment required for the Everest base camp luxury lodge trek.

*Bags: Large Duffel Bag/ Rucksack around 80liter for a porter to carry and 20liter to 40 Liter daypack carried for you.

*Top and Bottom to keep off wind and rain.

* Insulation: Warm layered system to keep your body, hands, and head warm.

*Base Layer: Thin layer to wick away sweat and strip down to when it gets hot.

*Feet: comfortable, waterproof boots to support your ankles over rough trails. Carry light footwear to wear in the evening.

*Sleeping: Warm sleeping bag & bedroll to get a good night's sleep at the lodges and camps.

* Eating/Drinking: Water bottles and Favorite snacks and trails mix for a day.

*Washing & Medical: To allow you to wash and maybe stave off a headache and blisters.

​Tengboche Monastery in Everest base camp Luxury Trek

There are many monasteries in Everest base camp luxury trek trail. 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 also 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 return to Tengbochea in 1956. He is now very active in promoting all aspects of Buddhism and conservation.

There are many monasteries in the Everest region.

Fauna Seen in Everest base camp Luxury

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 Everest base camp luxury 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

​Monasteries in Everest Base camp luxury trekking trail

There are many monasteries and Gumba on an Everest base camp luxury trek 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 also the monastery in Tengboche has its own importance and popularity 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.

Some Attractions of Everest base camp luxury trek to Base Camp

1. Panorama view of Giants Mountains such as Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Thamserku, Pumori, Kongde, Ama Dablam, and many more.
2. Reach Namchebazar the Sherpa capital of the Khumbu Region.
3. Lots of Picturesque villages, Valleys as well as moraines.
4. Chance to observe the rich culture, values, Norms as well as 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.

Reasons Why Magic Himalaya Treks for Everest Luxury Trek to base camp?

While traveling to any country travelers always to see the best things and be safe. While traveling to Nepal with magic Himalaya treks for Everest base camp luxury trek, there are many reasons and services from the company that make you choose us. Some Important point that makes 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 luxury 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 luxury trek by magic Himalayan treks is so much more comfortable for people to do this adventure for a lifetime. The luxury and comfortable lodges on the hike make this trek so comfortable for people. 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 luxury 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 luxury trek 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 luxury trek book with us for the Best Price Guarantee.

3. Well-crafted Itinerary
Magic Himalaya treks Everest base-camp luxury 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 on 3000 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 luxury 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 a 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 Guaranteed departures.

5. Best Service with 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 luxury trekking is all about. Our team is a well-knowledgeable and trained team that always works with safety and services while doing the Everest base camp luxury trek or any other adventure in Nepal. We always want people to remember us for the Best service with 100% safety during the Everest luxury trek.

Luxury lodges and Hotels during Everest base camp luxury trek

The Everest base camp luxury trek has 8 nights in the finest lodges and tea houses in the trek. This is why Everest base camp luxury trek cost is more than what you pay for a Normal one. Here are those Lodges:

Namaste Lodge in Lukla:

This is one of the lodges suitable for the Everest base camp luxury trek in Lukla. Namaste Lodge in Lukla is one of the finest lodges with less capacity. It has two types of rooms. They are a normal room and a Luxury room. The luxury lodge trekkers will stay in the room with an Attached bathroom and shower. The room also has nice carpets and beds with clean towels and bedsheets. Those lodges cost Usd $12 to Usd $15 per night. The hotel has a WiFi facility which will charge NPR 200 for 1 day. The food is very nice from the menu. The menu card also has some Nepali learning words for trekkers to learn a few Nepali words. We will stay in these lodges during the last day of the trek. It is just a day before we fly to Kathmandu from Lukla. There are other luxury lodges in Lukla besides Namaste Lodge they are Khumbu Resort, the Nest at Lukla, Sunny Garden as well as many more. There is also Yeti Mountain home which is 5***** Category.

Hotel Namche in Namche bazaar:

This is one of the lodges suitable for the Everest base camp luxury trek in Namche. Hotel Namche is the heart of Namche Bazar. The hotel is in the main center with lots of facilities. This is the hotel where most of the Everest expeditions group stays. When our late kings and queens went to Namche bazaar they stay at this hotel. We can see most of the famous climber's pictures in the hotel. The hotel has a wonderful view room with an Attached bathroom; showers and an electricity facility. The hotel room also has an electric blanket for people to stay safe from the cold. The cost of the room ranges from the US $30 to the US $45. There is some cheaper room from the US $3 to the US $10 per night. Another thing about the hotel is the best in its service which is extraordinary.

The food is very tasty and has many varieties. The hotel has a WiFi facility in the room as well as dining. The Hotel Namche is one of the best in town. The Everest base camp luxury trekkers will spend 2 nights on the way up and one night on the way down. The other same category room is Hotel Sherpa Land, GreeTara, The Nest at Namche, and many more. Namche Bazar also has a Yeti Mountain home with a 5***** Category facility.

Hotel Good Luck in Dingboche:

This is one of the lodges suitable for the Everest base camp luxury trek in Dingboche. The hotel's good luck is the newly established lodge in the Dingboche villages. The hotel has a nice cottage as well as a room with an Attached Bathroom. The cost of the hotel is US $10 per night. We will stay for two nights in the villages. The Dining rooms are warm and big in size. It has many facilities included. The Hotel good luck is one of the finest lodges for both luxury travelers and basic travelers. Some other same-category lodges are Everest, Sherpa Land, Family Hotel as well a few more.

Himalayan Eco Resorts:

This is one of the lodges suitable for the Everest base camp luxury trek in Loubecha. This is one of the finest lodges in high elevations. The lodges are mostly used by climbers to Everest. The food here is awesome and the dining is warm. The rooms are also nice and warm. It has a communication facility as well as WiFi. This is a chain hotel in Khumbu. The cost per night room is US $11 to US $15 per night. The food is awesome and costly with a service charge. We stay in this lodge on the way up. Some other lodges in Loubecha are The mother earth house, Altitude Lodge, Alpine, and a few more.

Himalayan Hotel in Ferichea:

This is one of the lodges suitable for the Everest base camp luxury trek in Ferichea. This is one of the best hotels in Ferichea villages with an attached bathroom and nice dining. The cost of the room is US $10 per night. Foods are really nice. The staff is friendly and well caring. We will stay at this lodge on the way down. There are some other lodges too such as Pumari, Yak, and many more.

Together we will stay 8 nights in a luxury lodge. The Everest base camp luxury trek is something to experience during treks. There are other kinds of lodges which we can use if you want. We have a nice lodge in Phakding, Debouchea, and Gorakshep. The Gorekshap new lodge Everest Inn is the luxury lodge with the best food and accommodations. It is something very nice to experience in high elevations. The extra care and service will motivate and feel easy doing the hard part of Kalapather as well as Everest base camp. We are in contact with this lodge all the time. Do remember us if you want to stay there or book an Everest base camp luxury trek with Magic Himalaya.

Documents for Everest Base Camp Luxury Trekking

There are two Documents required for doing the Everest base camp luxury trek. The first one is the Sagarmatha National Park Permits. The cost for the permits to enter the park is the US $ 35 to 40 range. The Cost for the Indian trekkers is only US 16 to 20. The cost changes according to dollar rates in Nepal. Another is TIMS Card which is known as the Travelers Information Management System. The cost for the TIMS card is US $10 while buying through a travel agency or company. It will cost US $10 for Individual group taking directly. In Everest, there is also a Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit which costs NPR 2000 per head. On September 2022 the Khambu Pashanglhambu rural municipality started trek cards in the Everest region. Now we need t pay 2000 rupees for this trek card. Trek card is introduced in place of the Khambu municipality charge and is the same cost.

Now TIMS is not required for doing Everest region treks.

Best Time for Everest base camp Luxury Trekking

The spring season and the autumn are taking as the best time to trek for the Everest base camp luxury 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 luxury 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 less 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 wills make flights possible all day and avoid cancellations.

Luxury Everest Base camp trek Guide and Porters.

The Guide is actually the unpaid ambassador of the country. The guide for the Everest base camp luxury 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 luxury trek guides have done various training including the Trekking guide training from 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 luxury trek. We will take porters according to group size. We recommend packing luggage of less than 15 kg. Everest base camp luxury 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.

Acclimatization on Everest base camp luxury trek

Acclimatization is very important to do while trekking and hiking in high elevations. Magic Himalaya 15 days Everest base camp luxury 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 provides 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.

WIFI and Internet on Everest base camp luxury Trekking

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.

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 company N CELL and NTC provide the 3G as well as 4G sim which also provides internet. These will be cheaper options for using the internet on the Everest base camp luxury trek.

Travel Insurance for Everest BC Luxury 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 luxury trek. We don’t provide insurance from the company so you can select the best one online.

Training and health requirements for Everest luxury trek

An average person with a healthy body can do this Everest base camp luxury trek comfortably. A person who has never gone on trekking might require a few weeks of basic strength and cardiovascular training. A few weeks of running on an inclined treadmill, Swimming, and cycling will improve the efficiency of your heart and lungs. Start with short sessions and increase them to longer sessions to end.

While doing Strength training carry a rucksack then focus on the lower body and perform one-legged squats, stair climbing as well as running exercises. This will help build the strength that is required for walking long hours on a trek while carrying a day pack. Some Flexibility, as well as stretching training, will keep your muscles loose and relaxed which is beneficial.

Kathmandu to Everest base camp and Kalapather view point.

Trips to Everest base camp begin with a sightseeing tour of different world heritage sites in Kathmandu. The next day flies to Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla. We begin our trekking and walking alongside the Dudh Koshi River. Crossing many suspension bridges as well as Hillary suspension bridge the trek leads you to the Sherpa capital called Namchebazar. 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 viewpoint has 360-degree Mountain Views all around us. Having success in this trek then the trips came back the same way to fly back safely.

The Everest base camp luxury trek is also possible as Everest base camp short trek. We can do it in 10 days, 12 days, 13 days, 14 days, 15 days as well as 16 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.

Everest base camp luxury trek view

During the Everest base camp luxury trek, we will able to see the different views from the starting point of Lukla flights. We will see Langtang as well as other many Himalayas views from flights on the left side of the plane. 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 of Benker village. Trekkers will see the Everest view also on the same day on reaching the First Everest viewpoint. The first view of Everest is only possible to see if the sky remains clear.

Most of the time the clouds cover Everest because we will reach the viewpoint late at 1 or 2 pm. 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, we will see Makalu as well as Baruntse from 5000 meters climb. On the way to Laubecha from Dingboche, we will see Laubecha Peak, Cholatse, Arakam Tse, and a few more. From Laubecha we will see Nuptse Himal. On reaching Gorekshap we will see Pumori too. From the base camp, we will see Khumbu icefall and many mountains except Everest. Everest is seen from Kalapather's viewpoint including other many mountains. This is the close and best viewpoint for Everest and base camp.


Answer: The luxury itself explains that the Everest base camp luxury trek is a way of doing Everest base camp in a comfortable way. We do it comfortably by staying in the finest lodges, tea houses, and hotels during the trek. For the Everest base camp trek, we will be staying in normal lodges and luxury treks have some best available places to spend the night. The Guide will also provide extra services and take care of those people who do the luxury trek. For the Everest base camp luxury trek, there will be an extra guide to provide service effectively. The group sizes in the Everest base camp luxury trek are also less than in another one.

Answer: While you are in the mountains don’t aspect so luxury services. The luxury here we talking about is the basic luxury which is more comfortable than doing some normal trek. The room in luxury service is not very facilitated. You can aspect the Attached bathroom in most of the places with a nice bed and table. Many lodges will have electricity and charging facilities. There will be a warm carpet in the room as well as a warm dining room. The window will have thick glass to avoid the cold. A Place like Namchabazar will have an electric blanket in the room which is the main highlight of the trek. People will definitively enjoy it if they are planning for the base camp luxury trek to Everest.

Answer: If you are doing an Everest luxury trek to base camp then we will provide 4-star hotels or 3-star hotels in Kathmandu. If you want to stay in 5-star hotels then we can provide that with some additional cost too. Normally magic Himalaya Treks accommodate trekkers in Hotel Holy Himalaya, Hotel Thamel Park, and some of the best in Thamel town. If you have some names and hotels in mind then we will help you to book for you.

Answer: Only a few towns during the trek have facilities for ATM Cards. The Namchebazar will have ATM Facilities for people. There are also banks and other small shops and hotels that accept card payments as well as foreign currency. If you are going for the Everest base camp luxury trek then we will advise you to take the required cash from Kathmandu. Most of the time the ATMs in those trekking towns may not work. If you depend on such a place then you will have to do Everest base camp luxury trek in limited cash.

Answer: Actually some countries tipping is compulsory and in some countries, it’s not necessary. In Nepal also the tipping system is not mentioned and is not implemented in local people. When it comes to the travel and tourism industry it is observed all over. The tipping for the Everest base camp luxury trek is definitively more than the normal one. Most people used to tip 30% of the total amount that they pay for the trek. That 30% will be divided between guides and porters. The guide will definitely deserve more tips than porters. The guide will do all the arrangements and take care of providing better services.

Answer: Everest base camp rises on elevations of 5363 meters above sea level. Generally, the Everest base camp luxury trek starts from Lukla after the exciting flights from Kathmandu. The trekking starting elevation is 2845 meters which is 9383 feet. We will reach walking at 5550 meters which is the Kalapather viewpoint. This is the most exciting and outstanding view during sunrise as well as sunset.

Answer: Today, Everest base camp luxury trek tails are the most crowded and Advance trekking trail in Nepal. It is very Advance in terms of Facilities that we get during this hike which no other trekking area in Nepal is available. The wide varieties of services are a wide range of menus, specious rooms, Electricity, Private washroom, Electric blanket in the room, High-quality brews and bakeries, etc. Those services that are available on this hike are common incites but having that on Everest is a privilege.

Many tea houses have opened in these regions with good facilities which also provide a good variety of food including breakfast, lunch as well as dinner. The food is toast, potatoes, eggs, tea, Mo Mo, noodles, stew, curries, rice, macaroni, pizza, etc. Among this Dalbhat is the main and famous food in Everest as well as the whole of Nepal. Dal Bhat is only the dish that does not cost an extra charge to refill. People can eat until they become full.

To know more about you can visit our blog food on Everest base camp trek.

Answer: There is no such age limit for people to do Everest base camp luxury trek. Any people can do it. The trekkers need to have good health as well as strong physical fitness. I have Trek this Everest base camp luxury trekking with some small children aged 10 and also with 70 years old man. Luckily I was able to do it successfully. Before going to an elevation of Everest base camp luxury trek some advice from doctors will be beneficial.

Answer: Yes, you need a visa as well as permits for the Everest base camp luxury trek. If you are a citizen of India with an Indian passport 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 a 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 passport or Adhar card, It will cost $3 for a TIMS card and around $16 for permits. Sometimes Khumbu Municipality charges will be taken instead of TIMs which cost $20.

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

Answer: Hotel Namche in Sherpa Capital Namche is the best Accommodation in the Everest base camp luxury trek. The food in this hotel is the best and the dining is very well-designed and warm. The dining room is so well maintained. The rooms are with the best facilities of a hot shower, Electricity, and open space with the best bed. The room also has electric blankets which are very good to have in such a cold place. The hospitality from the staff and owner makes this hotel Namche the best in the whole Everest region which cost ranges from us $3 to us $50.

To know more details about the lodges and accommodation you can visit our blogs teahouse on Everest base camp trek.

Answer: NTB known as the Nepal Tourism Board is the main organization playing an active role in promoting Nepal and Different packages. It does promotions on different platforms. It runs advertisements as well as other different programs. It also provides pictures and videos of different routes and activities at no cost to all trekking companies and tour organizers.


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