Everest Base Camp

5-14th April 2024

The Everest Base Camp journey is a once in- a-lifetime experience that never disappoints. The breathtaking scenery in the country of the highest mountains in the world will impress you every day.

The second hike day will offer vistas of Everest, and other famous peaks will accompany you the entire trip. It is a challenging trek where you will experience the warm Nepali culture, enjoy Sagamartha Park’s flora and fauna, and test yourself at a high altitude.

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Everst Base Camp



Traveling by air

to the thrilling Lukla Airport.


Sunrise in Kala Patthar

Be awed by the Everest window


Highest glacier on Earth

Close-up of the highest glacier on Earth is Khumbu Icefall and Glacier.


World's highest hotel

Visiting the world’s highest hotel.


Mountain monasteries

Visit the monasteries in the mountains.


Why us & what we do better

Access to the climber's base camp

Which is only accessible to those who attempt Lhotse and Everest.

Opportunity of flying directly from base camp to Kathmandu

while taking in the breath-blowing scenery instead of returning along the route or spending an additional day.

We've got you covered for the extra 5 kg.

The aircraft to Lukla only allows 10 kg, but your porter is allowed to carry 15 kg

Private meal in a luxurious tent

At base camp while chatting with climbers and sherpas

Tea and coffee included

2l. boiling water is already included rather than costing $4 per liter in the final camps.


DAY 1 - Arrival to Kathmandu

Landing in Kathmandu and transferring to the Hotel, is the beginning of a life-changing adventure!

The capital of Nepal is a vibrant and alive city. We will be staying in Thamel, a popular tourist destination with stores and temples on every corner. Spend the time renting or purchasing any last-minute equipment, going for a stroll and exploring the neighborhood, or simply unwinding until the welcome dinner.

DAY 2 - Kathmandu-Lukla (2,860m) & Phakding (2,610m)

Distance: 8.2 km
Elevation gained: -250m.

We take off from Kathmandu early in the morning for a 30-minute flight to Lukla, passing over the Khumbu Valley, home to the mighty Sherpa and enigmatic Yeti.

After breakfast and tea in the lodge, we leisurely travel to Phakding, which is surrounded by lush vegetation and breathtaking mountain views. Villages like Phakding are designed in a traditional Nepalese style that lends the tourist settlements a special architectural appeal.

DAY 3 - Phakding (2,610m) & Namche Bazaar (3,440m)

Distance: 7.4km
Elevation gained: 830m.

Today marks our entry into the famous Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Yaks will be plentiful as we’ll traverse rivers, valleys, and amazing hanging bridges like the popular Hilary Bridge. You’ll get the first chance to glimpse Mount Everest on a clear day!

We’ll spend two nights in Namche Bazaar, the trail’s happening town, to ensure a smooth journey and adjust your body to high altitude.

DAY 4 - Namche Bazaar (3,440m)

Namche is a historic trading hub, well known for its handcrafted yak cheese and butter.  The village continues to uphold its ancient customs, culture, and genuine hospitality, now a major gateway to Everest.

It is home to a large number of eateries and bakeries to enjoy a well-deserved treat. This is your last opportunity to buy any further equipment you might require.

Today we will do an easy acclimatization hike to Everest View Hotel, the highest in the world, you can get a great view of Mount Everest.

DAY 5 - Namche Bazaar (3,440m) & Debuche (3,870m)

Distance: 9.6 km
Elevation gained: 430m.

Today’s hike begins with a six kilometers journey on a pretty simple trail. After that, we climb for three kilometers. You’ll be astounded by the stunning flowering trees, plants, and fauna along the journey.

We pause to explore the enchanted Tengboche monastery. After that, we’ll go downwards to the village of Dibuche where we’ll spend the night in a cozy lodge.

DAY 6 - Debuche (3,870m) & Dingboche (4,243m)

Distance: 9km
Elevation gained: 373m.

After a 6-hour climb with scenic beauty along the way, Ama Dablam’s magnificent shape dominates the horizon.

Pagodas, prayer walls, and stunning painted rock faces flank the path; you might even see little mountain goats there.

DAY 7 - Dingboche (4,243m) & Lobuche (4,940)

Distance: 8.4 km
Elevation gained: 697m.

The day starts descending for two hours before crossing a river and beginning the ascent. We will walk through the memorial tribute to the climbers who lost their lives while attempting Everest.

Following the Khumbu glacier’s glacial moraine, we get our first glimpse of Kala Pattar. Arriving before the evening, the day flattens out and provides stunning views of Lobuche mountain.

DAY 8 - Lobuche (4,940m) & Gorak Shep (5,170m)

Distance: 4.3km
Elevation gained: 220m.

We start the day with a 2–3-hour trek that offers wonderful views of Pumori, Nuptse, and Everest. A frozen lakebed now serves as the Gorak Shep village, which was once the base camp. You can feel the altitude and the cold here.

Before sunset, we take an acclimatization hike and retire early to be ready for the next day, which is expected to be fascinating and demanding.

DAY 9 - Gorak Shep (5,170m) & Kala Patthar (5,545m) & Everest Base Camp (5,364m)

Distance: 3km+ 3.3km
Elevation gained: 375m.

Today, if the weather allows it, you will have the chance to see the magnificent Himalayan sunrise from the majestic «Window of Everest.» Although there are some steep sections on the trek, the views are stunning.

The descent is simple, and you’ll feel your oxygen levels rise. We’ll have breakfast at Gorak Shep and start trekking to our final destination. The main features include landscapes and close-up views of the Khumbu icefall. After lunch at the climber’s base camp, we’ll descend to Kathmandu by helicopter, where you may take the last breathtaking views of the Himalayas before returning to civilization.

DAY 10 - Kathmandu

Buffer day in case of bad weather.

You can spend your leisure time exploring the busy streets of Thamel, visiting the largest stupa in Asia, discovering the historic cities of Bhaktapur and Patang, or simply unwinding in a local spa.

*Full guide of Kathmandu will be included.

Everest Base Camp total cost for just AED 8395



  • Transfers: Airport-Hotel-Airport transfers (pick up and drop off)
  • Domestic flights: Kathmandu- Lukla, and EBC- Kathmandu
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu: 3 nights in 4* on bed and breakfast in a double room
  • Helicopter descent
  • Welcome dinner
  • Lunch at EBC luxury tent
  • Permits: Sagarmatha National Park, TIMS card, and Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry fee
  • Luggage: Up to 15 kg per member during the trek
  • Food & Lodging: 3 meals a day including tea, coffee, and soft drinks with accessible accommodation in the twin bedroom. 2 l. of boiled water to carry per day per member
  • Satellite phone: Thuraya sat phone carried by the guide in case of an emergency. Internet is also available to buy in the lodges
  • Medical kit
  • Complete guide and consultancy with gear list, recommendations, customized training & nutrition program (medical kits, insurance, internet, general info) what to do in Kathmandu. WhatsApp group.
  • Guide: Government licensed guide (English speaker) and international team leader
  • Porters


  • Airfare: International flight from and to Kathmandu
  • Filming: Special filming, camera, and drone permits
  • Nepal Entry visa fee: $30 per person for 15 days.
  • Personal equipment: Clothing, sleeping bag, climbing gear
  • Lunch &dinner in Kathmandu (except the welcome dinner or in case of early return from trekking than the schedule)
  • Tips for the staff
  • Rescue evacuation: Medical and emergency rescue evacuation cost if required (rescue, evacuation, helicopter, mediation, tests, hospitalization costs)
  • Personal expenses: Telephone, internet service during the trek, hot shower, toiletries, battery recharge, laundry, alcoholic beverages
  • Extra nights in Kathmandu, Gorak Shep, Lukla, or EBC in case of early arrival or late departure, (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Extra: Any other services or activities which are not mentioned in the itinerary, or any other item not listed in the «cost included» section

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