Everest Base Camp Trek

  • 16 Days
  • Everest Region , Nepal
  • 15 Reviews

Trip At Glance

Group Size: Arrival On:
Max-Altitude: 5,545m
Fitness Level: Moderate
Destination: Nepal
Transport: Lukla Flight
Arrival On: Kathmandu, Nepal
Cost: 1400 USD

Overview And Highlights

Everest Base Camp Trek is the ultimate dream for trekkers and an introductory bid for climbers seeking to conquer Everest. Being the highest mountain in the world, many enthusiastic climbers mark summiting Mount Everest (8,848m) on their bucket list. However, the risk and budget involved are a setback for most people who wants to step foot on the Everest Base Camp. Nepal Horizon Treks provide great support for common folks within the Budget.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp starts with an adventurous Trans-Himalayan flight to Lukla with a glimpse of the Everest Mountain Range in an aerial view. We follow the trail to Sherpa village which menders between soaring peaks, towards Everest. The 65km (approx.) long distance from Lukla to Everest Base Camp promises immaculate high-altitude beauty, breathtaking waterfalls, wonderful mountain views, and incredible glaciers.

After Namche Bazaar, we walk above the tree line and the landscapes become more appealing as the ice giants come closer in view. We stay in local-based teahouses which offer an in-depth understanding of Sherpa culture and a deep connection of their lifestyle with the mountains.

You can discover the striking landscapes of the Khumbu region, including the breathtaking Sagarmatha National Park, on the classic EBC journey. Along the way, you'll pass through valleys of fir and deodar, travel beside old moraines and gleaming glaciers, and see striking Buddhist monasteries and stupas.

Additionally, you may anticipate encountering many of the biggest Himalayan giants: Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam are just a few of the snow-capped peaks that loom over the Khumbu Hills.

This walk provides a unique chance to get a peek into the Khumbu villagers' ageless way of life, culture, and traditions. People of the Sherpa, Tamang, and Rai ethnic groups live in the area, and they'll welcome you with open arms to learn more about their way of life and passionate religious beliefs.

16 Days Everest Base Camp trip itinerary is meticulously designed to minimize the risk of AMS by limiting the daily altitude gain and ensuring two rest (acclimatization) days – one at Namche Bazaar and the other at Dingboche. Everest Base Camp Trek is perfect for time-abundant trekkers who wish to unfold the vastness and beauty of the Everest region comfortably.

You can expect the best services and a customized Everest itinerary that suits your preference and budget. Come and explore stunning Nepal with us.

Why Book Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest Base Camp Trek is hands down one of the most incredible journeys you can take in Nepal. It is simple to understand why so many people choose it over other treks in the area because it offers many breathtaking vistas and experiences.

First and foremost, Everest Base Camp Trek offers jaw-dropping views of the Himalayas. The tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam, will be visible to you. A great variety of plant and animal life may be seen in the Sagarmatha National Park, which the walk travels through.

Yet, the Everest Base Camp Trek is unique not just because of the surroundings. While traveling through historic settlements like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, you'll also have the chance to fully experience the distinctive Sherpa culture. These settlements provide a fascinating look into Sherpa culture, traditions, and customs.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is an authentic experience that calls for stamina, endurance, and mental fortitude. You'll be climbing steep mountains and negotiating treacherous terrain. But, the sense of achievement you'll experience after finishing the walk is unparalleled.

Achieving the Everest Base Camp Trek is undoubtedly a once-in-a-lifetime milestone, as we were just saying. You can feel happy about this achievement for the rest of your life. Also, as it's a well-known trek, you can exchange stories with many other trekkers who have taken the same route. It's an expedition that will test, motivate, and reward you with lifelong memories.

Is Everest Base Camp Trek an appropriate choice?

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a fantastic journey for those who adore mountain trekking. The world's tallest peaks, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse, are breathtakingly visible from this difficult but extremely rewarding journey.

Our itinerary is well-planned and suitable for the majority of healthy people. Nepal Horizon Treks will arrange guides and porters to make the trek simpler for individuals who may need additional support, even if it does demand a strong level of physical condition. Taking it slow and paying attention to your guide's instructions are vital because altitude sickness can be a problem when trekking at high altitudes.

The Everest Base Camp Trek can be a remarkable adventure for those who are dependable and have great stamina. To make sure the walk is suitable for you if you have any health issues, it is best to speak with your doctor before making a reservation.

Overall, those looking for a tough and rewarding journey in Nepal should strongly choose the Everest Base Camp Trek. Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime experience for everyone who wishes to explore the grandeur of the Himalayas thanks to the breathtaking landscape, cultural encounters, and the assistance of brave Sherpas working with us or else.

Everest Base Camp Trekking route

The Everest Base Camp Trek route has been famed all over the world due to the stunning landscapes, rough terrain, soothing glaciers, and streams to experience. As you step your feet on this journey, you will be able to glimpse the majestic Mount Nuptse, Khumbutse, Pumori, and other standard-range mountains.

The actual trekking route begins as you land at Lukla Airport. During the initial phase, you pass through the Dudh Koshi River and trek through dense forests of rhododendron and juniper forest. The trail takes you through charming villages such as Namche Bazaar and Tengboche and learns about the culture and way of the life in the Himalayas.

Although the walk is difficult and steep, the beautiful vistas of the forests, glaciers, and mountain ranges are well worth the effort. The trail gets steeper and wobbly as you go up in elevation, and you'll have to traverse suspension bridges, rocky outcrops, and glacial moraines. The trail gets rougher and more exposed as you ascend higher, with steep ascents and descents over the harsh and snowy ground.

The early morning hike to Kalapatthar is one of the modest moments of the entire journey. Due to the chilly conditions (-10 degrees C to -14 degrees C) and the potential for snowy winds, this climb is difficult. Yet, you'll be rewarded with a panoramic vista of the entire Khumbu Himalayas once you get to Kalapatthar. Mount Everest (8,848m) is not visible from the Everest Base Camp itself so hiking to Kalapatthar viewpoint provides you with a clear opportunity. You'll see Mount Everest and other peaks like Lingtren, Khumbutse, and Changtse from every angle.

You will go through picturesque Sherpa villages where you may experience their culture and way of life. Along with the shifting scenery, you'll see everything from high-altitude deserts and glacier valleys to lush woods and tumbling waterfalls. The walk provides several photo opportunities, including breathtaking sunrise and sunset views and expansive Himalayan panoramas.

Everest Base Camp route provides a peaceful feeling as you cross the suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River, draped with prayer flags. Along the route, you might see majestic pheasants and mountain goats, and Yak blocking your way for a while as they travel carrying essential goods in the Mountains.

A must-do journey for any ardent trekker, the Everest Base Camp Trek offers the chance to discover the natural beauty and cultural diversity of the Khumbu region.

Note.

Given that the path can be confusing and the ascent can be physically challenging, it is essential that you carefully follow the instructions provided by the qualified Guide of Nepal Horizon Treks. Some hikers may have respiratory issues because of the strenuousness of the ascent and the thin air at high altitudes. Move gently, and make sure you're getting enough water to stay hydrated.

Everest Base Camp Trek is the ultimate dream for trekkers and an introductory bid for climbers seeking to conquer Everest. Being the highest mountain in the world, many enthusiastic climbers mark summiting Mount Everest (8,848m) on their bucket list. However, the risk and budget involved are a setback for most people who wants to step foot on the Everest Base Camp. Nepal Horizon Treks provide great support for common folks within the Budget.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp starts with an adventurous Trans-Himalayan flight to Lukla with a glimpse of the Everest Mountain Range in an aerial view. We follow the trail to Sherpa village which menders between soaring peaks, towards Everest. The 65km (approx.) long distance from Lukla to Everest Base Camp promises immaculate high-altitude beauty, breathtaking waterfalls, wonderful mountain views, and incredible glaciers.

After Namche Bazaar, we walk above the tree line and the landscapes become more appealing as the ice giants come closer in view. We stay in local-based teahouses which offer an in-depth understanding of Sherpa culture and a deep connection of their lifestyle with the mountains.

You can discover the striking landscapes of the Khumbu region, including the breathtaking Sagarmatha National Park, on the classic EBC journey. Along the way, you'll pass through valleys of fir and deodar, travel beside old moraines and gleaming glaciers, and see striking Buddhist monasteries and stupas.

Additionally, you may anticipate encountering many of the biggest Himalayan giants: Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam are just a few of the snow-capped peaks that loom over the Khumbu Hills.

This walk provides a unique chance to get a peek into the Khumbu villagers' ageless way of life, culture, and traditions. People of the Sherpa, Tamang, and Rai ethnic groups live in the area, and they'll welcome you with open arms to learn more about their way of life and passionate religious beliefs.

16 Days Everest Base Camp trip itinerary is meticulously designed to minimize the risk of AMS by limiting the daily altitude gain and ensuring two rest (acclimatization) days – one at Namche Bazaar and the other at Dingboche. Everest Base Camp Trek is perfect for time-abundant trekkers who wish to unfold the vastness and beauty of the Everest region comfortably.

You can expect the best services and a customized Everest itinerary that suits your preference and budget. Come and explore stunning Nepal with us.

Why Book Everest Base Camp Trek?

Everest Base Camp Trek is hands down one of the most incredible journeys you can take in Nepal. It is simple to understand why so many people choose it over other treks in the area because it offers many breathtaking vistas and experiences.

First and foremost, Everest Base Camp Trek offers jaw-dropping views of the Himalayas. The tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam, will be visible to you. A great variety of plant and animal life may be seen in the Sagarmatha National Park, which the walk travels through.

Yet, the Everest Base Camp Trek is unique not just because of the surroundings. While traveling through historic settlements like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, you'll also have the chance to fully experience the distinctive Sherpa culture. These settlements provide a fascinating look into Sherpa culture, traditions, and customs.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is an authentic experience that calls for stamina, endurance, and mental fortitude. You'll be climbing steep mountains and negotiating treacherous terrain. But, the sense of achievement you'll experience after finishing the walk is unparalleled.

Achieving the Everest Base Camp Trek is undoubtedly a once-in-a-lifetime milestone, as we were just saying. You can feel happy about this achievement for the rest of your life. Also, as it's a well-known trek, you can exchange stories with many other trekkers who have taken the same route. It's an expedition that will test, motivate, and reward you with lifelong memories.

Is Everest Base Camp Trek an appropriate choice?

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a fantastic journey for those who adore mountain trekking. The world's tallest peaks, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse, are breathtakingly visible from this difficult but extremely rewarding journey.

Our itinerary is well-planned and suitable for the majority of healthy people. Nepal Horizon Treks will arrange guides and porters to make the trek simpler for individuals who may need additional support, even if it does demand a strong level of physical condition. Taking it slow and paying attention to your guide's instructions are vital because altitude sickness can be a problem when trekking at high altitudes.

The Everest Base Camp Trek can be a remarkable adventure for those who are dependable and have great stamina. To make sure the walk is suitable for you if you have any health issues, it is best to speak with your doctor before making a reservation.

Overall, those looking for a tough and rewarding journey in Nepal should strongly choose the Everest Base Camp Trek. Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime experience for everyone who wishes to explore the grandeur of the Himalayas thanks to the breathtaking landscape, cultural encounters, and the assistance of brave Sherpas working with us or else.

Everest Base Camp Trekking route

The Everest Base Camp Trek route has been famed all over the world due to the stunning landscapes, rough terrain, soothing glaciers, and streams to experience. As you step your feet on this journey, you will be able to glimpse the majestic Mount Nuptse, Khumbutse, Pumori, and other standard-range mountains.

The actual trekking route begins as you land at Lukla Airport. During the initial phase, you pass through the Dudh Koshi River and trek through dense forests of rhododendron and juniper forest. The trail takes you through charming villages such as Namche Bazaar and Tengboche and learns about the culture and way of the life in the Himalayas.

Although the walk is difficult and steep, the beautiful vistas of the forests, glaciers, and mountain ranges are well worth the effort. The trail gets steeper and wobbly as you go up in elevation, and you'll have to traverse suspension bridges, rocky outcrops, and glacial moraines. The trail gets rougher and more exposed as you ascend higher, with steep ascents and descents over the harsh and snowy ground.

The early morning hike to Kalapatthar is one of the modest moments of the entire journey. Due to the chilly conditions (-10 degrees C to -14 degrees C) and the potential for snowy winds, this climb is difficult. Yet, you'll be rewarded with a panoramic vista of the entire Khumbu Himalayas once you get to Kalapatthar. Mount Everest (8,848m) is not visible from the Everest Base Camp itself so hiking to Kalapatthar viewpoint provides you with a clear opportunity. You'll see Mount Everest and other peaks like Lingtren, Khumbutse, and Changtse from every angle.

You will go through picturesque Sherpa villages where you may experience their culture and way of life. Along with the shifting scenery, you'll see everything from high-altitude deserts and glacier valleys to lush woods and tumbling waterfalls. The walk provides several photo opportunities, including breathtaking sunrise and sunset views and expansive Himalayan panoramas.

Everest Base Camp route provides a peaceful feeling as you cross the suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River, draped with prayer flags. Along the route, you might see majestic pheasants and mountain goats, and Yak blocking your way for a while as they travel carrying essential goods in the Mountains.

A must-do journey for any ardent trekker, the Everest Base Camp Trek offers the chance to discover the natural beauty and cultural diversity of the Khumbu region.

Note.

Given that the path can be confusing and the ascent can be physically challenging, it is essential that you carefully follow the instructions provided by the qualified Guide of Nepal Horizon Treks. Some hikers may have respiratory issues because of the strenuousness of the ascent and the thin air at high altitudes. Move gently, and make sure you're getting enough water to stay hydrated.

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A representative from Nepal Horizon Treks and Expedition will welcome you at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and transfer you to your accommodation. We will present you to the management and trek leaders in the afternoon and deliberate about the itinerary.

We will also host a Welcome Dinner program in the evening in a traditional Nepalese restaurant with a cultural performance.

Food
Welcome Dinner
Accomodation
Khangsar Hotel
Elevation
1310

This day is scheduled for your Trek Preparation. You can purchase any necessary supplies or equipment that you might have forgotten to pack. Once you have finished all of your planning and have some free time, you can hire a tour guide to show you around the main tourist attractions like Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Shwoyambhunath, etc. (Note: The sightseeing will be on your Behalf) or enjoy the stroll around Thamel.

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Khangsar Hotel
Elevation
1310

Early in the morning, we will proceed to the domestic airport to take a quick trans-Himalayan flight to Lukla (Tenzing Hilary Airport). Lukla is the entry point to the Everest region. You will also meet other members of the trekking group as you arrive.

Begin your journey with a short stroll through the town of Chaurikharka before dropping off in the direction of Dudh Koshi Ghat (2,530m/8,300ft). Continue the Dudh Koshi River's bank until you reach Phakding (2,652m/8,700ft), where you spend the night adjusting to the altitude. Take advantage of your free time at Phakding and explore the surrounding.

  • Trek Duration: 3 hours approx. (8 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
2652

We will take the north track that ascends to the Benkar valley followed by the lovely pine forest. Then, we cross the Dudh Koshi River and proceed to walk through the communities of Chumao and Monjo to reach the Sagarmatha National Park's entrance.

We will get our permit checked and after that, we proceed across the Tenzing Hilary suspension bridge towards Jorsale village following Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi Rivers' extension. We ascend steeply to reach Namche Bazaar, the Khumbu region's hub. Enjoy the spectacular views of Mount Everest and Mount Lhotse as you walk the trail.

  • Trek Duration: 6 hours approx. (11 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
3440

This day is set aside for acclimatization. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) experts suggest at least 24 hours rest period for your body at a lofty altitude. We recommend you stay active, climb high and sleep low for proper acclimatization.

There are plenty of things to do around Namche Bazaar. Namche Bazaar is the major hub of the Khumbu region and houses government offices, ATMs, Internet cafes, shops, restaurants, and colorful markets. Our guides help you explore the real charm of this fascinating town.

Hike to Sagarmatha Nation Park to enjoy a series of Flora and Faunas along with the fabulous view of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kongde, and so on. If you are wise, you can take part in a day hike to Khumjung village – a beautiful Sherpa village.

  • Trek Duration: 2 hours approx.
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
3440

After breakfast, we follow the trail which ascends and then contours around the hillside, offering fabulous scenery. Look out for spotted deer, Himalayan Thars, and birds – including the colorful Danphe pheasant (The national bird of Nepal). At Sanasa, the trail splits to Gokyo and Everest Base Camp.

We will take a right trail and descend to cross the Dudh Khosi (past water-driven prayer wheels) near Phunki Thenga (3,250m/10,663ft), the lowest point north of Namche Bazaar. Next, follow the Imja Khola Valley trail and climb through the dwarf conifers and rhododendron forest for two hours to reach the hilltop village of Tengboche.

Here discover the region’s largest Gompa which is set against the backdrop of Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Everest, and other peaks. At the full moon in October/November, you can enjoy the colorful Mani Rimdu festival with masked dancing in Tibetan Opera.

  • Trek Duration: 6 hours approx. (10 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
3870

After breakfast, we trek down to the scattered stone village of Debuche (3,820m) which houses a nunnery, chortens, and mani walls. Next, we cross the Imja Khola to the north and ascend to the village of Pangboche (3,820m) with an astounding view of Ama Dablam (6,856m).

Further, we follow the trail that leads us to the confluence of Lobuche Khola and leads us to Dingboche – the last year-round settlement in the region. You can discover the different angles of Ama Dablam rising above the terraced fields of barley, buckwheat, and potatoes. The fields are shielded with a stone wall to protect the crops from icy winds and prevent the grazes of animals.

  • Trek Duration: 5 hours approx. (9 Km.)
     
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
4360

This day will be the second and one of the important acclimatization days during Everest Base Camp Trekking. Dingboche is halfway to your peak point and a day of rest will help you to boost your energy level and adjust to the chilly altitude.

Dingboche is a famous stopover for trekkers and climbers heading for Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, or the Imja Tse expedition. We spend a day at Dingboche for acclimatization. We take a day hike to either Nagarjun Hill (5100m) or Chukkung valley for excellent views of Makalu, Lhotse, Chalotse, Tawache, and Ama Dablam.

  • Trek Duration: 3 hours approx.
     
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
4360

Today, we start our day with a gradual climb to Duglha at the end of the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. From here, we take a steep trail to Chupki Lhara and walk through the assortment of stones with prayer flags installed as a memory of Scott Fischer (American Mountaineer) and 10 times Everest submitter Babu Chiri Sherpa (Nepali Mountain Guide) who died on a mission to Everest expedition.

Further continuing through the Khumbu Glacier moraine, we find ourselves amidst ice giants – Khumbutse, Lingtren, Pumori, and Mahalangur Himal. The trail then takes an easy route to Lobuche.

  • Trek Duration: 5 hours approx. (7 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
4940

After breakfast, we follow the trail to Everest Base Camp via the beautiful village of Gorak Shep Lake. We continue straight ahead and cross the Indian army mountaineers' memorials. The route from here can be puzzling, so it is important to follow the path of your trek guide carefully. The trek is strenuous and trekkers might encounter some breathing problems due to thin air at high altitudes. So, it is important to walk slowly and stay hydrated.

We cross several rocky dunes, moraine, and streams before reaching the Everest Base Camp. At base camp, we can see many tents of mountaineers that stand out in bright colors against the monotony of grey surroundings (especially in spring). We can admire the close view of Nuptse, Khumbutse, and Pumori. We retrace our step back to Gorakshep and rest overnight.

  • Trek Duration: 7 hours approx. (13 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
5346

After breakfast, we depart early in the morning for Kalapatthar, amid pre-dawn darkness and cold temperature (-10 degrees C to -14 degrees C). There is always the potential for snowy winds. Peaks like Lingtren, Khumbutse, and Changtse come into the view and even Everest starts appearing. From Kalapatthar, we get the 360-degree panorama of Mt. Everest and other peaks. After some moments at Kalapatthar, we return to Pheriche for comfortable nights.

  • Trek Duration: 7.5 hours approx. (16 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
5545

After breakfast, we trek down through the forested route of rhododendron and juniper trees. We cross the bridge over the Dudh Koshi River which is decorated with a prayer flag and continue through the Dudh Koshi gorge climbing down rapidly through the forest of pine. Look out for the colorful pheasants and mountain goats. We also walk through the zigzag trail before reaching Namche Bazaar.

  • Trek Duration: 7 hours approx. (18 Km.)
Food
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
3440

Today is the last day of our Everest Base Camp trek. The trail drops downwards steeply so we need to walk carefully as our tired legs continuously battle the rocky terrain. Upon arrival at Lukla, we stretch those legs and rest overnight.

  • Trek Duration: 7 hours approx. (19 Km.)
     
Food
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House
Elevation
2860

Today, we catch an early morning flight to Kathmandu. Upon arrival at Kathmandu, we drive back to the hotel and take a rest day off. In the evening, we will reunite again for a farewell dinner at one of the best Nepalese restaurants in town, where we will be eager to hear your feedback on your trip.

  • Flight Duration: 30 minutes approx.
     
Food
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accomodation
Khangsar Hotel
Elevation
1310

Everest Base Camp Trek begins with the flight to Lukla. As Lukla's flight can be canceled due to bad weather and uncertainty. We at Nepal Horizon Treks reserve an extra day to manage the schedule.

If everything goes smoothly then we can perform a sightseeing activity with an extra budget which comprises Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath, Jaleshwor (Budhanilkatha), etc.

Food
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accomodation
Khangsar Hotel
Elevation
1310

It’s your last day in Nepal, Take some breakfast; if you wish, you can catch some last-minute shopping in Kathmandu. Our airport representative will transfer you to the airport with plenty of time before your flight home.
Farewell !!!

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
N/A
Elevation
1310

What Is Included ?

  • Airport Transport (Pickup and Drop)
  • Domestic Flight Airfare (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Round Trip Ground Transportation and Airfare (Kathmandu-Ramechhap-Lukla)
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast
  • Tea House Accommodation in route on Twin Sharing Basis
  • All necessary Trekking Permits and National Park Entry fees
  • Government Licensed and Experienced English-speaking Guide
  • Porter Service (1 porter for 2 pax)
  • 3 meals during the trekking route (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Local and Government Tax
  • Down Jacket and Sleeping Bag (To be returned after the Trek)
  • First Aid Medical Kit (Carried by Guide)
  • Documentation and Rescue Arrangements
  • Farewell Dinner with Cultural program
  • Salary, Insurance, Equipment, Domestic Airfare, Food, and Accommodation for Company Staff

What Is Excluded?

  • Travel Insurance
  • International Airfare
  • Nepal Visa and Entry Fees
  • Trekking Gears and Equipment
  • Private room Accommodation (This does not apply to Solo Travelers)
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu except for Farewell Dinner
  • Tips for Guide and Porter (Expected as a Gesture)
  • Hot Water Shower, Extra Drinks, and Beverage, Water
  • Internet and Phone Bills (Wi-fi is free sometimes)
  • Personal Expenses (Energy Bar, Snacks, etc.)
  • Extra night accommodation, Meals, and Sightseeing in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, or early return from the mountain (due to any reason) in addition to the scheduled itinerary
  • Anything not mentioned in Cost Includes Section

Route Map

Altitude Graph

FAQs

Everest Base Camp Trek is located in the Eastern part of Nepal. The Everest region is also famous as the Khumbu region and it's what it is called. Everest Base Camp is a mighty base camp for climbers to climb Mount Everest and Trekkers point and home.

Everest base camp is famous for the adorable magnificent close view of Mount Everest. Mount Everest is the world's highest mountain located in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas. It is almost every trekker's desire to climb the top of Mt. Everest but only a few people can achieve their dream.  Additionally, it takes more than 2 months to climb mount, Everest.  

The duration of your trek to the Everest base camp trek totally depends on the itinerary and route you choose for your trek. There are many packages with different no. of days, itinerary and facilities which you can choose according to your available time and the ability for the trek. If you are a beginner and a slow walker then it will be good if you choose a long day itinerary so you can rest during your trek without pushing your body. But if you are a fast walker then you can choose long days alternative.

Yes, the solo trekker is allowed on mount Everest. You can go solo without the help of a guide to the Everest base camp trek. There are many other trekkers along the way so you can follow them and easily trek to the Everest base camp trek. But for continuing your trek you have to take a permit which you cannot do by yourself. It would be quite difficult for you to do everything alone however you don't know about the place properly you cannot communicate with people properly. Additionally, it is cheaper trekking in the group compared to solo.

Yes, there is wifi or data at Everest Base Camp. There has been 4g connectivity around the village and at your stopping point. You can also buy your personal Ncell or Namaste sim card. But if there are bad weather conditions it may affect the speed of the internet. As you know in higher altitudes the weather is unpredictable. 

Yes, there is Bank or Atm during the Everest Base Camp trek. There are only 2 places where you can find ATMs in Lukla and Namche Bazaar. So make sure you are carrying enough cash with you for your personal expenses and prepare a proper budget before your trek to Everest Base Camp.

Yes, you need some basic training for the EBC trek to complete this trek successfully. You should start your training 6-7 months earlier than the trek. Go for a long uphill walk, running, cycling, and cardiac exercises twice a day for strengthening your leg, so you can easily climb the uphill steps during the EBC trek. However, the EBC trek is not a hard trek if you are mentally and physically fit for your trek.

No Everest base camp trek is not a difficult trek if you are physically fit and flexible. For this trek, you do not need any mountaineering skills you just need basic exercises and flexibility in your body. Exercise and uphill walk to increase your stamina which helps to long walk without getting tired. So if you worry that you are a beginner you cannot go for the Everest Base camp trek then stop thinking because this is a moderate-level trek which can be joined by all ages people.

Yes, you can easily find hotels and lodges available during your Everest Base Camp trek. The rooms are clean and well maintained also the foods are well hygienic. There is the availability of rooms according to your need according to your group size. As it is a high altitude area so there is no five stars hotel for you. But the rooms which are available are so comfortable with many extra facilities. You can also enjoy the famous food of Nepal Dhido, Dal Bhat, Momos, Sel Roti, and e.t.c

Additional Information

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a difficult journey that is best suited to experienced hikers and people in good physical shape. It entails long walking days, incline changes, and high altitude, which can make breathing challenging.

Depending on the route chosen and the person's degree of physical condition, the trek is often rated as a Level 4 or 5, which is a moderate to Strenuous trip. This implies that finishing it calls for a high level of physical fitness, endurance, and mental toughness.

The trek requires walking at a high altitude for several days; on some days, the altitude exceeds 5,000 meters. Altitude sickness can result from this, which is a dangerous ailment that, if not treated properly, can be fatal.

The terrain is also difficult, with limited footpaths, rocky paths, and steep inclines. For people who are not accustomed to trekking in such conditions, this can make the climb challenging and taxing.

Yet, the Everest Base Camp Trek may be a fulfilling and unique experience with the right planning and preparedness. Before beginning the trek, it is crucial to train, increase your endurance, and acclimate to the altitude. Having a seasoned porter and guide can also make the climb easier because they can offer support and direction along the way.

While you don't need to hire a personal trainer or quit your day job to get fit for the trek, some time spent in the gym and some short hikes will unquestionably help prepare you for the mountainous climb up to Everest Base Camp. To acclimate your body to higher elevation and boost your endurance, we advise carrying some weight and walking your stairs. Start a few months before your trip and gradually increase the duration and distance until your body is capable of walking for a full six hours.

Spend some time at the gym concentrating on leg strength exercises. You still need to carry a few weights even though Nepal Horizon Treks arrange for you with the Porters (and recently traveling alone has been prohibited). Squats are a wonderful exercise as the hike will greatly use your quads. Your body will be better able to circulate oxygen, which is more difficult at higher altitudes if you engage in some cardiovascular exercise like jogging, sprinting, and swimming.

The best way to get ready for your climb to Everest Base Camp is to go hiking. Get out and go for a walk, a hike through your town, or find some nearby trails. Learn to enjoy long strolls. Find out where your body has difficulty and how far you can push it. Once you become used to overcoming the initial discomfort, you'll be amazed at how far you can go.

Food and water are necessary to keep you energized and hydrated throughout the Everest Base Camp Trek. The teahouses along the path, which are little lodges that provide basic lodging and meals, offer a variety of cuisine choices.

Dal Bhat, a typical Nepali dish made of rice, lentil soup, and vegetables, is a common lunch served on the trip. Noodles, pasta, potatoes, and a variety of meat dishes are further alternatives. Eating enough to keep your energy levels up throughout the walk is crucial, even though the food is frequently straightforward but delicious.

Good food is available, including pizza, spaghetti, soups, and curries, among other alternatives. After Namche Bazaar, stay away from meat; if you lose appetite, stick to simply boiled potatoes. 

Also, it's critical to hydrate yourself by consuming enough liquids. The teahouses offer bottled water as well as other beverages like tea, coffee, and hot chocolate. Nonetheless, it is advised to bring a reusable water bottle and to fill it with water that has been purified using a filter system or water purification tablets due to environmental considerations.

Moreover, it's a good idea to pack some refreshments for the hike, such as energy bars, nuts, and chocolate. They can help you stay energized and offer an immediate source of calories when you need them.

Tea Houses are the basic type of lodging available on the journey to Everest Base Camp (EBC). Tea houses are generally comfortable and well-maintained. You will rely significantly on the amenities tea houses offer throughout the walk. As a result, you should carefully select trekking routes where you may obtain superior service at a fair price.

Nearly all teahouses along popular trails like the Gokyo Valley Trek or the Everest Panorama Trek offer good minimum standards of cleanliness and comfort. Depending on your requirements and price range, there are several options on the EBC route. 

It's chilly in the tea rooms. When it comes to the rooms, some tea shops have more pleasant ones than others. All of them lack appropriate insulation, so a warm sleeping bag is a necessity. Lodging along the EBC trail is of the twin-basis variety. The majority of single rooms are furnished simply with twin beds, a modest table, and a chair. Pillows and blankets are typically found in beds. Since it would be chilly at night, almost all tea shops give blankets.

However, some teahouses do not have a shelf or coat hooks. Most lodges feature western-style toilets, mainly in lower elevations. On the highest portions of the walk, there are squat toilets. There may be a tiny wooden cottage outside the lodge with a hole in the floor over a large pit in certain tea shops.

Wi-Fi is available for purchase at the tea shops, but it is expensive and scarcely worth it. There is electrical access on the mountain, but each outlet has to be paid for. Solar chargers are frequently brought by visitors, but they take some time to charge. The altitude and season of your visit have a significant impact on the cost of lodging at tea houses along the EBC trail.

Be ready to pay more when trekking the EBC in spring and fall than in winter. Generally, the price of the rooms will drop by up to 50% during the off-season.

Everest base camp is adventurous and adorable in all seasons however, it depends on you what type of view you want to experience. The different season offers different views of Mount Everest. Moreover, if you are planning an Everest base camp with a helicopter then choosing the best season is very important for saving your time and money.

If you planned your trekking and it's a cloudy or foggy weather condition then it will blemish your trekking experience. Here we discussed some best seasons to trek to Everest base camp for a better experience.

Spring/Autumn  

Most trekkers prefer the month of March, April, May, October, and November for the Everest base camp treks. Overall, this month is perfect in every aspect as you can glimpse the clear views, moderate temperature, and no rainfall, which make your trek easier and memorable.

During this season, seasonal flowers, especially the national flower of Nepal, the rhododendron or Laliguras, bloom all across the Everest Region. Apart from this due to the clear sky, you can easily see the adorable view of Mt. Everest along with this you can also glimpse the other high-range mountains. 

Additionally in this season, it becomes easier for you to trek. Because due to the moderate temperature you will not get tired easily and don't have to hydrate your body every hour. Moreover, the road is not slippery due to dry weather so there are fewer chances of a slippery way.

Monsoon

Hiking in the month of June, July, August, and September is quite riskier for Everest base camp trekking. Due to heavy rain, there is a high chance of landslides and slippery roads so it would little risky to travel during monsoon. But if you are with a proper guide then you can tackle this problem, however, the higher you go to a higher altitude there is less rain.

Additionally, although it is not rainy warmer weather creates some health issues and weaknesses during hiking. If you want to continue your Everest base trek by helicopter, you will face more problems if heavy rain occurs.

Winter   

Hiking in the winter season months of December, January, and February is not difficult but quite uncomfortable. Carrying warm clothes makes your backpack even heavier and a little bit uncomfortable with warm clothes during your walking. Walking over the snowy road can also make your way riskier and slippery.

But this season is less crowded so you can experience and glimpse Mount Everest more nicely and deeply. If you want to experience Mount Everest in winter, there is no problem because, in the winter, you can also see the mountains clearly without sunburn.

Although the trek appears to be rather long—130 kilometers round trip—if you take into account that on a typically guided trek, you will only be walking for 9 of the 12 days, you will realize that you are walking about 15 kilometers per day. The number doesn't seem all that high when you consider that the average walking speed is 5 km/h.

However, the 15 km each day won't be on a level, paved path. Instead, you will be walking on rather rocky ground that can occasionally be covered in snow. You can understand how the walk will be challenging when you consider the landscape and the fact that you typically climb upward and gain altitude. 

You can see how the walk gets a little more difficult when you consider the landscape and the fact that you typically travel upward and gain altitude. Fortunately, the majority of tour companies will hire mules or porters to carry your luggage, leaving you free to concentrate on ascending the trail.

The walk is harder than the normal trek of the same duration because of the altitude, which is by far its most arduous component. At the kinds of heights encountered on the walk, acute mountain sickness and other altitude-related disorders pose a major risk.

After a terrifying flight to Lukla, which is located at just under 3,000 meters, the journey begins and ascends to Everest Base Camp, which is located at about 5,400 meters. At Kala Pathar, which is the highest point, you will be slightly over 5,500 meters high, giving you amazing views of the entire area.

The majority of guided tours will include 2 days to allow for acclimatization. These times give your body time to adjust to the higher-than-usual altitude while allowing you to see some of the nearby areas without trekking. The outward leg of the journey should take 9 days, whereas the inward leg should only take 3 days, due to the acclimatization days and the gradual ascent to higher altitudes.

Remember that this terrible illness in the mountains is also caused by insufficient sleep, dehydration, and alcohol use. You should be concerned if you experience symptoms like a headache, dizziness, or moderate nausea and go down right away to recover.

Don't hurry or climb swiftly to finish the hike sooner; instead, move at your speed. As a result, it is highly advised that anyone who has breathing issues avoid this walk. Before hiking at high altitudes, it is advised that hikers seek appropriate medical counsel and learn about altitude sickness.

Due to the weather, not every day is ideal for trekking in the Everest region. When it rains heavily in the lower elevations during the summer, the trail becomes slick and soggy. After rain, the air may become misty and foggy, which can make it more dangerous to go on trails.

Similarly, the constant snowfall makes the trail slick; at higher altitudes, breathing becomes difficult for hikers. Low vision may put even those who fly at serious risk. Always obtain sufficient information on the trek before setting out on it, and always use qualified guides.

Due to Mt. Everest's perpetual snowfall, the climate there has a significant difference between day and night. The temperature is above zero, below zero, and everything in between. Based on good weather, the autumn and spring seasons are the best times for the Everest Base Camp journey.

The temperature during different seasons.

Spring season (April-May) 

Day time- 15 °C
Nigh time- -1°C
Wind velocity- 11km/h
Rainfall- 7mm
Sunshine hours/day-9 hours 

Monsoon season (June-September)  

Day time- 22°C
Night time- 4°C
Wind velocity- 10km/h
Sunlight hours/day- 7-8 hours 

Autumn season (October- November) 

Day time- 17°C
Night time- -8°C
Wind velocity- 22km/h
Sunlight hours/day- 8 hours 

Winter season (December- April) 

Day time- -5°C
Night time- -15°C
Wind velocity- 8 km/h
Sunlight hours/day- 8 hours 

Before starting your trek to Everest base camp, you need to acquire two permits one Sagarmatha national park entry permit and another Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entrance permit. You can get a Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entrance permit from Lukla as it is not available in Kathmandu.

There are many other permit points, but if you are starting your journey from Lukla airport, you can take one from here. Moreover, you require Sagarmatha national park Permit for the Everest Base Camp Trek as this will be your gateway. Additionally, to get this permit, you must show your copy of the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entrance permit.

Never worry as Nepal Horizon Treks will arrange all your permits on your behalf and it will be easy for an organization like us to get your permission beforehand and let you travel across the mountains without the external hassles.

Here are some important documents that you should not forget to bring if you are planning for Everest Base Camp Trek.

•    Your Passport with a few copies
•    Visa with few copies
•    4 Passport size photos
•    copy of your insurance papers
•    List of trekkers if you are the Leader
•    Trekking itinerary and schedule
•    Payment details and cash or Balance to support your stay in Nepal
 

For individuals who like to trek with others or are traveling alone, joining a group for the Everest Base Camp Trek is a popular choice. By joining a group, you can reduce the expense of hiring a guide and porter and add some social interaction to the walk.

Nepal Horizon Treks provide Everest Base Camp Trek group joining packages with predetermined departure dates throughout the trekking season. These groups typically include 8 to 12 members, and a guide and porter are provided by us.

Being a part of a group might also increase your sense of security because you'll be traveling with people and have access to help if you need it. The group led by our professional Team can cooperate to provide aid and protect everyone's safety in the event of an emergency or injury.

Before joining a group for the Everest Base Camp Trek, it's crucial to pick a reliable trekking organization. We at Nepal Horizon Treks are dedicated to responsible tourism, have competent tour guides, and have received positive reviews.

For those making the journey to Everest Base Camp, the Lukla Flight is a well-liked means of transportation. Travelers start their ascent to Everest Base Camp in the little town of Lukla after the flight departs from Kathmandu.

Nonetheless, Lukla flights are sometimes canceled or delayed for a variety of reasons, including bad weather, technical difficulties, and heavy air traffic. When purchasing your ticket to Lukla, it's critical to understand the cancellation policy.

The majority of airlines that run flights to Lukla have a cancellation policy that permits a full refund or rescheduling of the flight in the event of an emergency. Before making a reservation, it's crucial to review the airline's unique cancellation policy.

Airlines often advise passengers on the status of their flights and any modifications to the itinerary in the event of weather-related cancellations. Get in touch with the airline, and have a fallback plan ready in case of cancellation or delay.

To guarantee a seat, it is advised to reserve flights to Lukla in advance. During the busiest trekking seasons, planes might fill up quickly. Also, it's crucial to be adaptable in your travel arrangements and provide extra time in case of unforeseen airline cancellations or delays. To create the optimal trip itinerary, Nepal Horizon Treks schedule a Reserve Day for every Everest Trek.

Trip Reviews (15)

We came to Kathamndu only with a dream of seing Everest. We stayed in Kahngsar Hotel and met here the owner, who offered us support in arranging everything: from tickets to porter and even plan of the trekking.Everything went smoothly and as we agreed. Dip even contacted us during the trekking to make sure that there were no problems. We felt completely safe with such a good service. And the price was also affordable - like internet told us it would be. So great.

Aleksandra

21st Jun, 2022


We arrived in Kathmandu with no prearrangements regarding the trek to Everest Base Camp. And we can honestly say, that we were lucky to stay in Khangsar Guesthouse and meet Dipendra running there the Nepal Horizon Treks, who took a great care of us and organized one of the most unforgettable experiences in our lives! There is no point in looking anywhere else – you will get a professional approach, excellent service, responsible and trustworthy staff, flexible offer perfectly suitable to your individual needs and useful travel tips – all of this at very affordable price. We are truly impressed by the quality of service and feel, that we were taken of a good care at every stage: from necessary arrangements before the trip, through our 20 days of trekking, until our come back to Kathmandu.

Thank you for everything Dip! We'll definitely come back for another Himalayan trekking experience in not so distant future :)

pod-palmamipl

20th Jun, 2022


First of all, I had ever thought a lot of things about trekking at that mount before I decided to visit. I felt frightened and scared because that’s was my first time there and to face the most dangerous place. As everyone knows that it is challenging time how to survive from this activity. However, now, I could pass through everything makes me fear. I like that place so much, so you should go there if you have a chance. Finally I would like to thank you for my super guide (He is the best) and Dip who support me and my friends all the time. I will keep every moment in my heart forever.

Thanawat

6th Jun, 2022


We arrived in Kathmandu with no prearrangements regarding the trek to Everest Base Camp. And we can honestly say, that we were lucky to stay in Khangsar Guesthouse and meet Dipendra running there the Nepal Horizon Treks, who took a great care of us and organized one of the most unforgettable experiences in our lives! There is no point in looking anywhere else – you will get a professional approach, excellent service, responsible and trustworthy staff, flexible offer perfectly suitable to your individual needs and useful travel tips – all of this at very affordable price. We are truly impressed by the quality of service and feel, that we were taken of a good care at every stage: from necessary arrangements before the trip, through our 20 days of trekking, until our come back to Kathmandu.

Thank you for everything Dip! We'll definitely come back for another Himalayan trekking experience in not so distant future :)

pod-palmamipl

6th Jun, 2022


We are 8 persons from Thailand and our friend was with Dip for ABC trip. Dip is very friendly and helpful. We are happy to have him organises things for us. Just drop him a line if you plan to visit Himalaya region. Highly recommended!

Kulawal

6th Jun, 2022


I use to trek to ABC on 2 017 and on 2018 It time for EBC trek I didn't expect that it going to be hard or such a memorable like this time.

Our group (9 people) first impress is Hotel we didn't expect that it will be in the middle of Thamel very easy to go to eat or to buy something. (Thank you dip your hotel so great)

2nd impress is our Guide he so Professional he suggest us to go gokyo first it better way to warm you up and it such a amazing view there and on the way to trek he is very good taking care of us especially me who walk very slow lol.

3rd impress when 2 people of our group have to leave by Helicopter (AMS problem) This company (Dip) are very good manage fast respond he also come to visit his customer in hospital it show how he take care his customer very well.

on the way to trek it had so many thing happen so cold so tried but we still appreciate and enjoy all the moment there.

Thank you Nepal Horizon Trek for excellent management we will back again for sure.

pear pajingko

6th Jun, 2022


All inclusive, best deal for an EBC trek. Grateful for Dip & the crew for the great accommodation and trek experience. Dip makes sure all clients'needs are taken cared of. From arrival, homestays, actual trek, side trip and departure, can rely on Dip and his team to help and do necessary arrangements. All the staff are friendly and nice. My guide / hiking buddy, DB Dai is well experience and knowledgeable of the trail and the mountains. Will definitely be going with Nepal Horizon Treks and Expedition again for future adventures in Nepal. They also seem to have a number of repeat customers which affirms the quality of experience the team provides to their guests.

Bing

6th Jun, 2022


An incredible experience. It is my first time in Nepal and I was lucky to arrive at Khangsar Guest Hotel and meet Dip, his manager, who helped me organize all the trekking to Everest. His attention and help were constant, prior, during and post trekking. I was also fortunate that my guide was Raju Amgain, who with all his experience and knowledge of the sport, geography and culture of the place, made trekking to Everest Base Camp exceed my expectations. Both were always at my disposal, either to take care of the altitude sickness, to give me the best food and to sleep in the best places on the mountain.
If you come to Nepal and plan to do some trekking, do not hesitate to do it with Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition. It is quality guarantee.

Tomson

6th Jun, 2022


Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition did a great job to help me finish this EBC trekking.
Mr. Dipendra ( Managing Director) was super friendly, supportive, and professional. He was always in high spirits and made sure i had everything i needed.
Mr. DB Rai (Guide) always smile, cheerful, well knowledge, supportive, fun and professional.
My trekking (solo) completed one day earlier and flights from Lukla to Kathmandu were full booked, Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition arranged a helicopter trip back to Kathmandu!! Whoop!!
Everything for my trek went perfectly
Would highly recommend Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition & this trip to anyone and everyone
If you are travelling to Base Camp or any other Himalayan trekking routes I would definitely recommend using Nepal Horizon Treks & Expedition for this once in a lifetime adventure!

leecheeong

6th Jun, 2022


The trekking was how i imagine it.
Beautiful landscape and walk.

Dip the owner from the agency was really helpful from the start and always available.
He planned everything for me and I did not need to worry about anything.
I felt welcomed from the start to the end.
As I am a single woman travelling, he made sure I was comfortable with the guide and in the lodges.

The guide was serious and understood my needs.

Everything went well and I will keep good memories of this travel.
 

Soni D

6th Jun, 2022


Elham

6th Jun, 2022

If you are in Nepal looking for a trustworthy trekking company, Horizon is the one! Myself and my boyfriend found this company online and went to the office in Kathmandu where we met Dip. He was very welcoming and informative and gave us a very good price and package to trek up to everest base camp. We were introduced to our guide Ramesh Babu the following day to plan our trek and to get to know eachother. Ramesh is an excellent guide with good English and he looked after us so well throughout the trek. He is very easy to talk to and does everything in his power to keep you happy, safe and comfortable. Unfortunately I developed an illness on the way down from EBC and was later diagnosed with dengue fever, however Ramesh looked after me so well and Dip was very pro active in helping me arrange medical assistance and evacuation. He also helped me call my insurance etc. Dip kindly came to meet me at the hospital and visited me during my stay to make sure everything was ok.
Our porter was called Om Karki and he was very kind, strong and so very helpful during our trek.
Id honestly reccommend this company if you are considering any treks or other activities whilst in Nepal. The customer service is outstanding and Dip does everything in his power to make sure that you are happy.
Also, the accommodation and meals provided are comfortable and tasty!
You will get sleeping bag, coat, walking sticks etc included which is an added bonus!
Overall, very trustworthy, professional, well equiped and outstanding company with kind hearted and genuine workers. Thank you so much for a great experience and for looking after me so well when I was in need!! 10/10.

Thank you Dip, Ramesh and Om!!

P.s. Dip who owns the company also owns a hotel called Khangsar Guest House which is perfectly located in Thamil. Very good price and convenient to stay prior and after thr trek.


Reyma

6th Jun, 2022

Nepal Horizons Treks did a great job in arranging this trip for us. Our guide, DB, and porter, Yambo, were very nice and accommodating. I hope they had as much fun as we did during our time together in the EBC route.
Dip, the owner, was also very helpful and accommodating. He went the extra mile to assist me in all the requirements to get my travel document, as temporary replacement for the lost passport I lost while hiking.
Indeed, booking Nepal Horizon Treks was one of the best decisions we did for this trip. We will definitely book them again and recommend them to our friends.


Magical Memories

nepal horizon treks  gave me great magical memories of Nepal of Everest Base Camp and Annapurna in October 2016. Also they provided me with a wonderful hotel in Kathmandu while visiting all the monkey

kimjstein

27th Apr, 2022


If you want the best service choose this company

We had trek to the Everest Base Camp. It was amazing and It was done because of Dip and his company. We were not lucky with weather and our trip was under the risk. We couldn't get to Lukla,

2013_Victoria...

27th Apr, 2022


EBC TREKKING 6-22 Apr 18

 

First of all, I had ever thought a lot of things about trekking at that mount before I decided to visit. I felt frightened and scared because that’s was my first time there and to face the most dangerous place. As everyone knows that it is challenging time

Thanawat P

27th Apr, 2022



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