Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days

  • Duration:14 Days
  • Destination:Nepal
  • Trip Grade: Moderate to Challenging
  • Max. Altitude: 5545 Meters
  • Max Group Size: 2-15
  • Starts at: Kathmandu
  • Ends at: Kathmandu
  • Best Time: March-May & September-November
  • Trek to the base of the highest mountain in the world, Everest Base Camp & hike to the famous viewpoint, Kala Patthar
  • A perfect two weeks adventurous trip in Nepal for both beginner and experienced trekkers
  • Experience a simple mountain lifestyle along with the tradition and beliefs of communities like Sherpa, Rai, Limbu, Lama, etc
  • Trek through lush rhododendron forests and follow uneven hillsides during the first few days and navigate via glacier fields and moraines in the later part of the trail
  • Fantastic acclimatization hikes to Hotel Everest View and Nagarjuna Hill
  • Enjoy stunning mountain views from the start to the end of the trek along with diverse sceneries and gorgeous sunrises
  • Cross numerous hanging suspension bridges and visit ancient monasteries on the way
  • Come across a huge range of flora and fauna as the trail winds inside the Sagarmatha National Park

If you ever want to be surrounded by some of the highest mountains in the world, then Everest base camp trek in Nepal is the perfect trip for you. It is a moderate/difficult trekking venture that suits both beginner and experienced trekkers. The trek lets you experience a simple mountain lifestyle along with the traditions and beliefs of communities like Sherpa, Rai, Limbu, Lama, etc.

On this 14-day trek, you will traverse to the base of the highest mountain in the world, Everest Base Camp & hike to the famous viewpoint, Kala Patthar. The trail follows lush forests of rhododendron and magnolia during the first few days and gradually ascends above the treeline, where you navigate via glacier fields and moraines.

Everest Base Camp trek route and acclimatization days

The Everest base camp trek begins from Lukla, located at 2,846 meters (9,337 ft). On the second day of your trip, you'll fly from Kathmandu (1,400 m/4,600 ft) to Lukla, gaining almost 1,446 meters (4,737 ft). As this drastic change in elevation may trigger altitude sickness, we will descend to Phakding village (2,610 m/8,563 ft) the same night, which will help us acclimatize.

To make sure you get ample time to adjust to the elevation while trekking, we have added two more rest days to our Everest trekking itinerary. The best thing about these rest days is you get to spend more time with locals in one place. Hotel Everest View (3,962 m/13,000 ft) and Nagarjuna Hill (5,100 m/16,732 ft) are our two acclimatization hiking points that offer breathtaking mountain panoramas.  

Views during the trek & the locals (Sherpas)

Talking about the views, the Everest base camp trek route offers stunning mountain views. From the start to the end of the trek, you will be captivated by the surreal presence of the mighty Himalayan mountains. Some notable mountains seen along the trail are Lhotse (8,516 m/27,940 ft), Cho Oyu (8,188 m/26,864 ft), Makalu (8,481 m/27,825 ft), Kanchenjunga (8,586 m/28,169 ft), Everest (8,849 m/29,032 ft), Ama Dablam (6,812 m/22,349 ft), Thamserku (6,608 m/21,680 ft), etc.

You will also witness many gorgeous sunrises and sunsets during the trek. The trail is very adventurous. You trekking inside Sagarmatha National Park, home to many flora and fauna. The beautiful river valley, thrilling suspension bridges, uneven hillsides, and picturesque villages all add to the adventure. The locals are very welcoming and friendly too. Likewise, you will visit ancient monasteries like Tengbohe (3,860 m/12,660 ft) and Pangboche (3,985 m/13,074 ft) on the way.

The EBC trek is a lifetime venture in the Himalayas of Nepal. The fresh Himalayan air, nourishing meals, kind natives, rich cultural heritage, and nature at its best will leave you enchanted. By the end of the trek, you will feel light and rejuvenated. We offer the best Everest base camp trek cost and itinerary. There is no hidden charge or policy in our packages.

If you wish to escape the return trek, you can add a helicopter flight from Gorak Shep. As we have regular helicopter flights in the peak season, we can easily arrange for a group to share the flight, reducing the overall per-head cost significantly.

What if Lukla's flight gets canceled?

There are chances of Lukla's flight getting canceled, especially in the offseason. That's why we recommend having at least one buffer day in your itinerary. In case your flight is canceled, you can opt for a helicopter flight to Lukla from Kathmandu (extra cost included).

Important Notes for EBC Trek

  • Refund- If you complete the trek ahead of schedule or leave the trek in the middle because of personal reasons or health issues, we cannot offer a refund for unused days. However, we do have a great refund policy for trek cancellations. Do note that we are obliged to pay our guides and porters even if you choose to leave the trek in the middle or complete it earlier. Similarly, we also have to bear the reservation charges, so we cannot offer a refund in some cases. 
  • Trip Extension: Yes, you can add extra days to your trip if you are doing a private trek with us. In the group trek, you have to let us know in advance. 
  • Alternative Treks: If you wish to do additional activities after your Everest base camp trekking for 14 days or looking for other similar packages, you can check out our site. These are some options for you- Nepal city tour, helicopter tour, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Annapurna base camp trek, Mardi Himal trek, Upper Mustang trek, etc. We also have a wide selection of Everest base camp trek packages. 
  • Group Trek: If you have joined one of our fixed departures or groups for the EBC trek, you can expect other trekkers in the group. Our groups are small & have a maximum of 8 trekkers at a time. In bigger groups, we also provide an assistant guide. 
  • If Lukla's flight gets canceled: There are chances of Lukla's flight getting canceled, especially in the offseason. That's why we recommend having at least one buffer day in your itinerary. In case your flight is canceled, you can opt for a helicopter flight to Lukla from Kathmandu (extra cost included).



A representative from our company will welcome you at the Tribhuvan International Airport as per your flight landing time. He will transfer you to the hotel in a private four-wheeler. Once you are all settled in the hotel, meet us in our office. We will introduce you to the mountain guide and prepare for the trek. In the late evening, explore Thamel.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m/4,600 ft
  • Accommodation:Hotel

We will take an early morning flight to Lukla(2,846 m/9,337 ft) either from Kathmandu or Ramechhap Airport. The flight will be short and very scenic. From Lukla, you will be accompanied by our porter. You will not spend a night in Lukla and rather descend around 240 meters to Phakding village. This short descent will help you acclimatize. 

The trail from Lukla to Phakding follows a dense rhododendron forest & goes along the Dudh Koshi River. You will pass by small settlements like Ghat, crossing numerous hanging bridges. On this day, Mt. Kongde Ri and Mt. Khumbila make the trail fantastic.


  • Max. Altitude:(2,610 m/8,563 ft)
  • Time:3-4 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:6.2 km/3.8 miles

We will leave Phakding early in the morning after a delicious breakfast. Following a forested trail, we will trek past villages like Toktok (2,760 m) and Bengkar (2,630 m). The trail then crosses the long and famous Hillary Bridge. You will reach Monjo (2,835 m) and register the permits before trekking further. From Monjo onwards, we officially enter the Sagarmatha National Park. The trail further gradually ascends to Namche Bazaar, crossing several suspension bridges.

  • Max. Altitude:3,440 m/11,290 ft
  • Time:6-7 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:7.4 km/4.6 miles

We’ll spend this full day in Namche Bazaar. We will spend the morning hiking to the Hotel Everest View(3,962m/3,000ft) in the morning. It is one of the highest luxury hotels in the world and offers the first glimpse of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, and Mt. Nuptse. The hiking route is uneven and offers excellent views of Mt. Thamserku, Kongde Ri, etc. 

After the hike, return to Namche Bazaar, visiting Sherpa Culture Museum and Everest Photo Gallery on the way. Later in the day, we will relax and explore the bustling market of this beautiful town. As Namche Bazaar is the biggest Sherpa settlement on the EBC trail, it is a good point to interact with the Sherpas and see their daily lifestyle.


  • Max. Altitude:3,962 m/13,000 ft
  • Time:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Our trek continues from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche village. The trail ascends along a lush forest to Kyangjuma (3,550 m) and follows a long downhill route to Phungi Tanga (3,250 m). We will then cross a suspension bridge and ascend to Tengboche village following green hills. This village houses the biggest monastery in the Khumbu region, Tengboche Monastery. The view of Mt. Ama Dablam and Mt. Everest is quite famous from here.

  • Max. Altitude:3,860 m/12,660 ft
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:9.2 km/5.7 miles

As we leave Tengboche village, the trail winds through forests of rhododendron and magnolia. We will descend to Deboche (3,320 m) and keep trekking on the downhill path to Imja Khola. Crossing a suspension bridge, we will trek past Pangboche village (3,930 m). Right after leaving this village, we cross one more suspension bridge and trek through small settlements like Shomare (4,010 m) and Orsho (4,190) to Dingboche village.

  • Max. Altitude:4,410 m/14,470 ft
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:12 km/7.45 miles

We have our second rest day in Dingboche village, a perfect place to rest before trekking ahead. For the acclimatization hike to Nagarjuna Hill (5,100/16,732ft) we will go to Nagarjuna Hill, from where we can see wonderful views of mountains like Island Peak, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, etc. After the hike, return to Dingboche village and spend the rest of the day unwinding.

  • Max. Altitude:5,100 m/16,732 ft
  • Time:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner

The trail gets offbeat and steep from Dingboche village. As the trail ascends above 4,500 meters, we will feel exhausted quicker than the last few days. From Dingboche, we will trek and soon navigate a glacier field. The trail then steeply ascends to Dusa (4,503 m) and continues to Dughla (4,620 m). We will then trek past the memorial Chortens of the mountaineer Passed during the Everest expedition and reach Lobuche village.

  • Max. Altitude:4,940 m/16,210 ft
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge/teahouse
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:8.5 km/5.2 miles

We are already above the treeline. Today, we trek to Everest base camp. Leaving Lobuche village, we follow a rocky, steep course alongside the Khumbu Glacier. The trail goes past the Italian Research Center called Pyramid at 4,970 meters and ascends to Gorak Shep (5,164m/16,942ft). Here, we will leave our heavy baggage and continue the trek to EBC. The prominent views of towering mountains and barren hills in this part of the trail make the journey more raw. 

Upon reaching Everest base camp, we will see the fantastic view of Khumbu Icefall. In the peak trekking season, the base camp is full of tents and mountaineers, so the vibe is very lively. After enjoying some time at the base camp, return to Gorak Shep to spend the night.


  • Max. Altitude:5,364 m/17,598 ft
  • Time:7-8 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge/teahouse
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:15 km/9.32 miles

Today, we have a final high ascent to Kala Patthar, and then we will begin our return journey to Lukla. Kala Patthar offers a breathtaking view of Mt. Everest and other surrounding mountains. After the hike, we will have breakfast in Gorak Shep and trek down to Pheriche village. The trail is the same as before up to Dughla and follows a different track from here to Pheriche (4,371m/14,340 ft).

  • Max. Altitude:5,545 m/18,192 ft
  • Time:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge/teahouse
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:9.6 km/6 miles

After a warm breakfast, we will trek to Namche Bazaar. Trekking through small villages, we will once again pass by lush forests, crossing thrilling suspension bridges. The mountain landscapes are equally enchanting during the return trek. Upon reaching Namche Bazaar, we will check in at the lodge and spend the remaining day relaxing and celebrating our successful journey.

  • Max. Altitude:3,440 m/11,290 ft
  • Time:6-7 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:17.7 km/10.9 miles

The trail steeply descends and passes by dense forests. We trek following the same path back. From Phakding (2,610m/8,563ft), the trail ascends to Lukla.

  • Max. Altitude:2,846 m/9,337 ft
  • Time:6-7 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Distance:16.7 km/10 miles

In the morning, we’ll take a short flight back to Kathmandu. The guide will then drop you at the hotel. Today is your last day in Kathmandu, so take some rest and later explore the local market. Do window shopping and enjoy the spa. End the day, strolling on the bustling streets of Thamel.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m/4,600 ft
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast

Our airport team will help you with check out and luggage. They will drop you at the Tribhuvan International Airport as per your flight departure time. We hope to trek with you again to your next vacation.

    Route Map

    Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days map
    Cost Details
    What is Included
    • All ground transfers as per itinerary
    • 3 Nights Deluxe Accommodation in Kathmandu on BB plan
    • Guests' Meals and Accommodations  During Trek
    • Kathmandu To Ramechap(Manthali) Private Transport (if the Flight operates from Manthali)
    • Gusts Flights to Lukla and Kathmandu (both ways)
    • Guide Flights Both way
    • Sagarmatha National Park Permits
    • Rular Municipality Entrance Fees
    • An experienced English speaking Trekking guide
    • Staff food, accommodation, salary & insurance
    •  Farewell dinner
    • All governmental procedure
    What is not Included
    • Your Travel insurance
    • Your Nepal Visa.
    • You will require 2 passport size photos
    • Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry
    • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
    • Personal trekking Equipment
    • Tips for trekking crews
    • Sightseeing and Monuments fees
    • Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the price include sections
    Useful Information


    We provide lodge accommodation during the Everest trekking. In villages like Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, the accommodation facility is very nice. We book simple twin shared rooms for our guests at the best lodges. Single rooms are only available on prior notice. Do note that it may be difficult to arrange single rooms in Lobuche village and Gorak Shep.

    The rooms are usually small in size with clean bedding and blankets. For more comfort, you can bring a sleeping bag. Likewise, the toilet system can be squat or Western-style. You may not get private washrooms at all lodges. The lodges are operated by the villagers, who are very welcoming and friendly. 

    Can I upgrade to luxury accommodation?

    Yes, you can upgrade to luxury accommodation. Let us know in advance if you want to do so. Extra charges are involved. You may also check out our Everest base camp luxury trek package.

    Can you shower on the Everest Base Camp trek?

    Yes, you can shower during the trek. Accommodation providers have hot shower facilities. Above Namche Bazaar, you have to pay additional money for the service. We recommend you carry wet tissues to wipe your body on days you can't take a shower. (Not included in the package cost)

    Do I need to bring toilet paper for the trek?

    It is always ideal to be prepared while traveling in the mountains. You can pack a few rolls and buy them along the trail in small tea shops. At higher elevations like Gorak Shep, a roll of toilet paper may cost you USD 5. 

    How do you charge your phone and camera battery during the EBC trek?

    Every lodge has a designated charging station where trekkers can charge their devices. It costs USD 2 to USD 3 for the service. Spare batteries, power banks, and a solar charger will come in very handy. (Not included in the package cost).

    Is there WiFi in the lodges, and which SIM card is best for Everest?

    There is paid WiFi service available in Lukla, Phaking, Namche Bazaar, and Tengboche villages. The network can fluctuate because of the weather and altitude. A cellular network is best to stay connected with your friends and family while traveling in the Khumbu region. Ncell, a Nepali telecommunication company, has the best coverage in this region, and you may get a network at EBC as well. (Not included in the package cost)

    Can you sleep at Everest Base Camp?

    No, you cannot sleep at Everest base camp. The last settlement area is Gorak Shep. There is no lodge or teahouse at the base camp for trekkers. Only in the peak climbing seasons, there are tents for mountaineers. If you wish to spend a night at EBC, let us know. We may arrange a tent for you in peak season at an additional cost.


    Simple meals are provided during the trek. Our Everest base camp trek cost covers three meals a day during the trek and farewell dinners in Kathmandu with breakfasts. You are free to buy extra snacks and beverages on your own while trekking as per your wish. As the cost of everything is high along the trail, pack sufficient bars and snacks for the journey.

    The meals will be delicious and nourishing. You will indulge in staple Nepali dishes mostly during the trek. Some of the common food options are dal bhat, momos, Thukpa, noodles, Thenduk, etc. Other dishes like mashed potatoes, pasta, sandwiches, burgers, roti, curries, stir-fried veggies, steak, eggs, toast, etc. are also widely available on the menu. 

    Can you accommodate vegetarian or other special diets?

    A vegetarian diet is what we recommend mostly during the trek and is readily available throughout the trek. Other diets like vegan and keto may further restrict the limited options. If you have any specific dietary requirements, let us know during the booking so we can see if it is viable or not in the mountains.

    What about drinking water?

    Lodges offer boiled drinking water to refill. You can use water purification tablets for more safety. 

    Can I drink water from a stream or tap?

    We do not advise drinking water directly from the tap or stream as you may not digest it properly. 

    Can I drink alcohol or alcoholic drinks during the trek?

    No, you cannot drink alcohol or alcoholic drinks if you ascend. However, while descending, you may try some of the local special alcohol.

    Everest Base Camp Trek Best Time

    If you are planning to do the Everest base camp trekking, then we highly recommend the spring and autumn seasons as it is the best time to travel in the mountains of Nepal. Spring (March, April & May) and autumn (September, October & November) have the ideal weather and climate to trek. The weather is a bit more predictable than in winter & summer/monsoon, and the views are surreal. And the most important thing is almost no cancellations or delays in flights to Lukla.

    Do we organize the Everest base camp trek in the offseasons?

    Yes, we organize the Everest trek in winter (December, January & February) and summer/monsoon (June, July & August) seasons. Trekking in the offseason surely is a bit more difficult and requires proper planning. Therefore, our expert team will help you during the trek and assure your safety. 

    What is it like doing the EBC trek in winter?

    Winter trekking is recommended to travelers who do not mind layering up and dealing with cold. The daytime is mostly sunny with cool air, which makes walking fantastic. However, the nights and mornings are extremely cold. Winter is an off-season for Everest base camp, so there are almost no trekkers on the trail. The winter mountain landscapes are the best, and the tranquility of the region gives a new perspective to the EBC trek. And everything is cheap too.

    How cold is Everest Base Camp?

    The average range of temperature is 18°C to 5°C in the spring and autumn seasons. Winter is colder, and the temperature can go below -15°C at the base camp. Likewise, in the summer/monsoon season, the temperature ranges around -5°C at the base camp. 

    Difficulty & Trek Distance

    The Everest base camp trail is moderate. The final 2-3 days before reaching the base camp get a bit difficult because of the steep and rugged paths. The first difficult section you will come across is while ascending from Phakding to Namche Bazaar. Just before reaching Namche Bazaar, the trail gets steep.

    After that, the Dingboche to Lobuche section of the trail involves glacier walking and rocky tracks. From Lobuche to EBC, you are at a high altitude, and the terrain is also trodden. However, as there is nice accommodations and food facilities, the journey is manageable even for beginner trekkers

    The Everest base camp trek is considered moderate, but it is in no way easy. You have to be physically fit to walk 6 hours a day, and your endurance should be good to deal with all the limitations that come because of the remoteness of the region. We do trek with beginner trekkers, but only if they are determined to reach the base camp and willing to deal with the shortcomings.

    The Everest base camp trek distance is 65 kilometers on each side. So, you will be covering a total of 130 kilometers.

    Can a beginner trek to Everest Base Camp?

    Yes, a beginner can trek to Everest base camp with us. Our team will assess your fitness and help you prepare for the trek. 

    How far is Kathmandu from Everest Base Camp?

    From Kathmandu, the Everest base camp is around 200 to 300 km away. It takes a 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airport & from Lukla the EBC is located 65 km away. 

    How many km is the Everest Base Camp trek?

    The total trail covers 130 km. Each day, you will trek for 10 to 12 km on average. 

    Do you lose weight trekking to Everest Base Camp?

    Yes, usually trekkers lose 5 to 6 kg by the end of the trek, given all the ascends and descends throughout the trek. Likewise, the food intake is also clean, which further helps in losing weight. 

    Altitude Sickness & Trek Preparation

    Altitude sickness also known as Acute Mountain Sickness is normal during the Everest base camp trek. We try our best to help the guests avoid altitude sickness while trekking, but as everybody is different, sometimes the trekkers may get early symptoms even with our best efforts. In that case, our trained and experienced mountain guide will give you first aid and monitor your condition before ascending further. 

    Our Everest base camp trek itinerary has ample rest days that will let you acclimatize as you trek. It helps in reducing the chances of altitude sickness. Likewise, we do not ascend more than 500 meters a day during the trek, and the only time we ascend higher is from Lobuche village to EBC and trek back to Gorak Shep the same day for a night stay. 

    To prepare for the Everest trek, book your seat early and have at least 4 weeks on hand to get your body ready for the journey. You can go on day hikes in the meantime and work on your stamina and core strength. Daily exercise, long walking, running, swimming, cycling, etc will prepare your body.

    What happens if I get sick or injured while trekking?

    If you get sick during the trek, our trained and certified mountain guide will give you first aid. If the symptoms do not subside and your condition gets worse, we will transfer you to a hospital in Kathmandu using emergency air evacuation. 

    What happens if I have symptoms of altitude sickness on the trek?

    If you have symptoms of altitude sickness during the trek, our guide will give you first aid. As per your condition, you either take a rest in the same village or drop down to a lower elevation. Once the symptoms go away, you will begin trekking again. Usually,1-2 days rest is enough, so make sure to have a couple of contingency days on your hand. 

    Can you do Everest Base Camp without training?

    Yes, if you have trekked before or are fit, you can do Everest trekking without training.

    Personal Expenses & Tips

    Our Everest base camp trek package cost does not cover things such as international flights, shopping, extra nights in the Kathmandu/Khumbu region, travel insurance, tips, etc. We suggest you budget additional money for these expenses and USD 10 to 15 each day to buy services like hot showers, WiFi, etc., on the trail. 

    Likewise, we advise you to tip our field crew (driver, tour guide, mountain guide, and porters) after their service. It is not mandatory but highly appreciated as a thank-you gesture. You can tip USD 2 to the driver, USD 5 to the tour guide, and USD 100 to the mountain guide/porters. This is only an example number. You can tip them as much as you want.

    Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days FAQs
    • Ncell has better Network coverage in the Everest region, compared to Nepal Telecom(Namaste). 

    • Altitude sickness is a major safety risk associated with trekking to Everest base camp.

    • Nepali rupees are the currency used in Nepal. But some teahouses and stores accept your Visa and Master card.

    • Everest base camp is mostly crowded during high seasons and quieter in off-seasons.

    • Yes, there are Wi-Fi facilities in Everest base camp. You must pay extra for Wi-Fi.

    • Everest base camp trek costs vary depending on the itinerary and services included in the package. We have the genuine EBC trek cost that starts at USD 1200 per person. For more information regarding the services included in this cost, you can check our cost include and exclude section. 

    • The Everest base camp trek difficulty is considered moderate to difficult. The trail has mixed terrain and increasing altitude. Some sections are a bit steep and offbeat but manageable to navigate with the help of our native guides. 

    • We have more than a 95% success rate in leading groups and individuals to the Everest base camp. As we have been organizing treks to EBC for a long time, our team is well-versed and very experienced. We assure a fixed departure and high success rate for Everest base camp trekking. 

    • Yes, a normal person can climb to Everest base camp. It is more sort of trekking than climbing. If you are healthy, fit, can walk 6 hours a day, and do not mind adjusting to limited facilities, you can do this trek. 

    • Yes, Everest base camp trekking is worth every second you spend on the trail, every penny you spend, and every bit of energy you put into it. It is an incredible trekking adventure to the lap of the highest mountain in the world that also teaches about Sherpa culture and the unique mountain lifestyle. 

    • There is no age limit for the Everest base camp trek. We led both toddlers and trekkers above 60 years. If you are determined to reach Everest base camp, we can help you do so regardless of your age or any other factors. 

    • No, the EBC trek is not harder than the Annapurna Circuit. The Annapurna Circuit is a long trek that crosses a high mountain pass called Thorong La, which is not recommended for beginner trekkers.

    • To enter Nepal, foreign travelers need to have a passport with at least a validity of six months from the day they enter the country. During the booking, we ask for a passport to confirm the trip and apply for trek permits on your behalf. 

    • You do not have to plan an Everest base camp trek, as our professional team will do all the work for you. You just have to get in touch with us, and our team will help you arrange a hassle-free Everest base camp trek in Nepal. 

    • Yes, you can do the Everest base camp trek on your own. But for a better experience, we always recommend trekking with a local company like us. 

    • No, it is not dangerous to go to Everest base camp. There are a few challenges, like altitude sickness, unavailability of accommodation in the peak season, offbeat sections, etc, involved in this trek. However, if you are trekking with us, you do not have to worry about anything, as our team will make sure to maintain safety during your trip with us.

    Client Reviews

    • Everest Base Camp Trek with Ace Vision Treks

      My husband and I hired Ace Vision Tours in April 2024 for our Everest Base Camp Trek. Ganesh, the owner, was excellent with communication and genuine caring even before we arrived. He and his team picked us up at the airport and brought us to the hotel in Thamel. When we met our guide, Lal, we knew right away that we were in good hands. He was with us, literally, every step of the way. I highly recommend Ace Vision, Ganesh, and Lal!

      Nicole PaquetCanada,May, 2024
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