Highlights

  • 35-minute exciting and scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla 
  • Explore the unique and vibrant Sherpa tradition and culture
  • Trek inside the Sagarmatha National Park habitat of exotic animals like Musk deer, Himalayan giant Thar and Snow Leopard
  • Stand at the foot of the world's highest mountain - Mount Everest
  • Catch an outstanding view of sunrise over Mt. Everest from Kalapatthar
  • Enjoy panoramic views of mountains like Ama Dablam, Cho  Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Lobuche, and more
everest base camp trek

About Everest Base Camp Trek

Thousands of travelers each year visit Nepal to complete the popular and rewarding Everest Base Camp trek. This trek is more than just conquering altitude, living for about two weeks away from luxury and merging yourself into the Himalayan lifestyle makes you feel completely different. The outstanding beauty of nature that surrounds you during each day of the trip makes this trip spiritually satisfying.

Of course, the main highlight of this trek is to reach Everest Base Camp which lies at the foot of the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest. But, you can’t see Mt. Everest from here that nicely. Kalapatthar is the place where this trip takes you ultimately from where the majestic view of Everest can be caught. Most of the route of Everest Base Camp trek lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park. So, this trek can let you explore the biodiversity of Nepal.

Everest Base Camp Trek is a bucket-list trek for mountain enthusiasts all over the world. This 15 days trek gives you to once in a lifetime experience of living in the isolated parts of the Himalayas surrounded by astounding views of the mountains. This trekking package starts and ends from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu and takes you up to 5550 meters at the top of Kalapatthar. 

Everest Base Camp lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park, home to many mountains higher than 8000 meters, various species of plants and animals, as well as groups indigenous to the area, like the Sherpas.  

The Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary is designed to take you through many unique villages, scenic valleys, rhododendron, oak and pine forests, and exhilarating suspension bridges over raging rivers. This trek also allows you to be a part of the amazing Sherpa culture as you visit monasteries and live among the villagers to witness their way of life. With the combined effort of experienced guides and your persistence, trekking to Everest Base Camp can give you one of the best experiences of your life.

Even though you will be trekking to the remote Himalayan region of Nepal, you will be provided with the internet service, electricity, hot showers, batteries charging services, etc. You may have to pay an extra price for these amenities. While having the heavenly experience of trekking to the Himalayas, you will also not lose the comfort of modern life.

Major attractions of Everest base camp trek

Sagarmatha National Park

Most of the part of the Everest Base Camp trail lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park. The park is filled with thousands of species of flora specific to the Himalayan region and diverse fauna. Sagarmatha National Park is home to various exotic animals like Musk deer, Himalayan giant Thar and Snow Leopard. If you get lucky, you can see one or more of these exotic animals along the trail. Most of the trail is covered with rhododendron, oak and pine forest and you may see blooming flowers depending on the season.

Tengboche Monastery, Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar

The main highlight of the trip is standing at the foot of the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest. 

Reaching the Everest Base Camp, you get the best view of mountains like Lhotse and Nuptse. But, to catch awesome views of Everest, you have to trek up to the top of Kalapatthar. Everest and adjacent peaks look amazing during sunrise and sunset from there. Another mountain viewpoint you reach during the early days of Everest Base Camp trekking is Tengboche Monastery. This monastery is also the best place to learn about Tibetan Buddhism, Tibetan architecture and tradition of people living in the Himalayas.

Glorious views of the Himalayas and the Landscape

The trail that leads you to the Everest Base Camp is equally rewarding as reaching the destination itself. The Himalayan landscape filled with traditional houses, farms, rivers, waterfalls, rhododendron and pine forests makes your journey memorable. Ever since you start your journey from Lukla, you will be rewarded with spectacular views of the mountains. The views get better as you trek toward your destination. Tengboche and Kala Patthar are the best viewpoints to behold the landscapes of this region. You can expect to see the mountains such as Everest, Ama Dablam, Cho  Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Lobuche, etc. 

 The Sherpas, Tradition, and Culture

Sherpas are the gems of the Himalayas. Ever since the starting of your journey from Lukla, you will pass through many Sherpa villages during your Everest Base Camp trekking journey. They are known for their bravery, loyalty, and mountaineering skills. Their culture is heavily influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. Their tradition is rich in many cultural festivals and rituals. You will get plenty of opportunities to explore their lifestyle during your Everest Base Camp Trekking staying at tea houses owned by Sherpas. Our guides and Sherpa assistants will help you dive more into their stories. During your stay in teahouses, you will also get to know more about their unique lifestyle.

How to reach Everest Base Camp?

South Base Camp of Mt. Everest, the popular trekking destination lies in the Khumbu region. The most taken and most convenient route to Everest Base Camp starts with a flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. The trekking starts from Lukla the same day and you have to walk about 4 hours to reach Phakding. The next day, you will head towards Namche, the trade center of the Khumbu region. After spending another day at Namche for acclimatization, the route takes you to Tengboche. Dawa Choling Gompa, also known as the Tengboche monastery is the first vantage point from where outstanding views of mountains can be seen. The next day, you will head towards Dingboche and spend another day for the second acclimatization. After trekking from Dingboche to Lobuche the next day, the route finally lets you trek to Everest Base Camp trek via Gorakshep. Returning from Everest Base Camp the same day, you will stay at Gorakshep and head towards Kalapatthar the next morning and return to Pheriche. From Pheriche, you will return to Namche and finally to Lukla from where you can catch a flight to Kathmandu.

There are other alternative routes that take you through high mountain passes and/or Gokyo lakes in addition to Everest Base Camp. You can also trek up to Lukla from Jiri instead of taking a flight. These options increase the trek duration, difficulty and also the overall cost of the trek. To reduce the trekking duration, you can also return from the trek on a helicopter.

How hard is Everest Base Camp trek? - Difficulty 

Everest Base Camp trek is a strenuous grade trek. Starting from Lukla, you have to walk up to the final destination with an average of 6-7 hours a day for about 9 days. The altitude gain becomes so high that sometimes you need to spend a whole day in the same village and give your body some time to adapt to the increasing altitude. You will spend each day at Namche and Dingboche acclimatizing and exploring the villages. With most of the route above 4000 meters, you may encounter extreme weather and a decreased oxygen level typical to the mountainous region.

The trekking terrain is almost never flat with several uphills and downhills and some extreme slopes. Walking above crevasses and glaciers can be a bit hard and need to be crossed carefully. Some days, you may need to start trekking in the early morning to reach the daily destination and some days are shorter allowing you to rest and explore.

Keeping all that in mind, we can conclude that Everest Base Camp trek is not an easy trek but with prior physical preparation, determination and with guidance with experts, it is totally possible.

What should I pack for Everest Base Camp trek?

You should pack enough clothes to keep you warm in cold temperature, fleece jacket, down jacket, thermal insulation should be packed with other trekking clothes. You should also not miss trekking socks, trekking and hiking boots, slippers, enough underwear, gloves, towels, beanie, etc.

Besides clothing and footwear, you should also carry your prescription and basic medicines like Diamox tablets for altitude sickness. Basic toiletries, torches, extra batteries, zip locks, trekking pole, sunglasses, etc. make your life easier in the mountains.

You should also pack snacks that don’t spoil easily like chocolates, energy bars, cereals, etc. 

A porter can carry up to 30 kgs of weight. The porter that you get within the package will be shared between two people. So, a person can make a porter carry up to 15 kgs and the rest of the weight should be carried by themselves. While packing for the trek, you should keep this in mind.

What is the necessary paperwork for Everest Base Camp trekking?

First of all, you need a visa to Nepal which you can get on arrival or need to apply beforehand. You also need a valid passport to which may be asked for in various places including entrances. Trekking in Nepal possesses some health risks and risks of property loss, theft or damage. Getting travel insurance that covers all these cases can prove helpful. 

Along with that, you also need a TIMS card and a Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit which can be obtained in Kathmandu.

What kind of food and accommodation can be found along the route? 

Namche and Lukla have some additional facilities than other villages, but most of the tea houses found in other villages provide simple and nutritious food with clean and functional facilities. The rooms may either be a single room or double, triple or multiple sharing. The options you may have depended on the season you travel. In peak season, it’s hard to choose anything, you may have to continue with whatever you get. If you book your trip early, there are chances that you get to choose what you want.

The tea houses also provide hot water for bathing, but you have to pay an extra charge. Drinking water can be filled into a bottle while you are at tea houses. You may also use tap water with water purification pills.

Is solo Everest Base Camp trek possible?

Since Everest Base Camp trek is a strenuous grade trip, it is always safe to trek with someone who knows all about the Everest region. There are also multiple risks of hazard when you do something uncalculated. If this is your first trekking in Nepal, then going solo in the Everest region should be avoided. 

This is not to say that Everest Base Camp trek is completely impossible to complete solo. If you are experienced in trekking in the mountainous region of Nepal, if you have done all your research and you know exactly what to do in every situation, you can also do this trek solo.

But trekking with a company has its advantages even when you are an experienced trekker. Mostly, it will be easier for you to handle your budget and communicate with the locals. If you book your trek with a company, you don’t have to keep worrying about multiple things and just enjoy the beauty of nature. If you don’t want to book a complete trek package, you can also just hire a guide and/or a porter and manage everything else on your own.

What can be additional expenses during the trek?

When you book a package with a company, most of the things you need during the trek will be included within the package. Meals except breakfast in Kathmandu are usually not included in the package to let you explore the variety of restaurants and food found there. Any item of personal nature should be bought by yourself including snacks and bottled water except three meals during the trek. You may also want to buy souvenirs and tip people who provide you services.

Other expenses may be for things like phone calls, internet, laundry, battery recharge, extra porters, hot shower, etc. If you want to upgrade accommodation or services, you may need to pay extra charges.

Weather and Temperatures of EBC Trek 

Weather conditions in the Everest region depend upon the season. During spring and autumn, the weather conditions are stable and calm, providing the clearest mountain views. Nights can get a bit chilly but the temperature is bearable. During the day, you can complete the trek easily with just shorts and a t-shirt on. You may need a down jacket while trekking at high altitudes and/or fleece during the evenings and early mornings. 

During winter, the days are cold and windy and nights are even colder. The temperature level drops to below freezing point. There might even occur episodes of snowfall and snow blizzard in the high altitude region. Summer trekking is also possible but the temperature drops low during rainfall and might be hot the other time. You also have to prepare for the rainy days to keep yourself and your belongings dry or waterproof.

What Type of Logistics is provided By Sublime Trails For this trek?

During the Everest Base Camp Trek, you will have two types of accommodation. During your days in Kathmandu, you will stay at a 3-star hotel and during the trek, you will stay at tea houses. These tea houses are run by local people and provide you with minimalistic but proper services and clean beds. The room will either be private or on a twin or triple sharing basis.

Your hotel in Kathmandu provides you breakfast while for other meals, you are recommended to try other restaurants in the city providing amazing multi-cuisine food.

Tea houses along the trail provide food rich in carbohydrates and protein. As the trekking takes you to higher places, there will be fewer food options to choose from. For three meals, there is the food like noodles, pasta, rice, vegetables, dal Bhat, eggs, etc. At Lukla and Namche, you can find additional food like bakery items, pizzas, and beverages. 

Three meals, breakfast, dinner, and lunch are included in the package while you have to carry extra snacks you need like chocolates and energy bars. You can also buy some snacks on tea houses which may cost you more. Tea house where you have your meal allows you to fill your water bottles while you can refill your bottles with tap water and use the water purification pill as well.

Itinerary

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This is our regular Itinerary and most people have done this itinerary.  If you have any special request on this itinerary you can contact us. We can customize this trip with your request. If you want to make it shorter or longer or want to add some other tours with this package please mention on your email, we will work out on your request. 

Our representatives will come to pick you up at the airport upon your arrival. Then you will be transferred to a 3-star hotel. You will rest for a while and have breakfast there. You will be given a short briefing of the Everest Base Camp Trekking. Then you can spend the rest of your day shopping for your trip or exploring the streets of Thamel.

After completing the flight to Lukla, you are given a briefing regarding the trek. Your trekking journey begins from Lukla. You walk along the Dudh Koshi river for about 3 hours to get to Phakding where you will be spending a night.

On the third day of your Everest Base Camp trip, you will have breakfast at Phakding and walk towards Namche Bazaar. On the way, you will get the first glimpse of Mt. Everest. You will encounter many porters carrying goods from Namche Bazaar. On the way, you will get glimpses of the mountains such as Kusum-Kanguru, Thamserku, etc. You will walk through pine and rhododendron forests by the Dudh Koshi river. After having lunch and resting for a while in Monjo, you will ascend towards Namche Bazaar. You will pass many of the suspension bridges and steep stairs to get to Namche Bazaar. You will get to see Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse and Taweche from Namche.

Reaching Namche, you will cross the 3000 meters mark from where you will be at the risk of altitude sickness. Our body needs some time to adapt to this rapidly changing altitude and decreasing temperature. So, you will stay at Namche Bazar for a day for acclimatization to lower the risk of altitude sickness. You can go for a short hike to Everest View Hotel on this day to view sunrise over Everest. You can also enjoy the sunrise and sunset over the panorama of the Himalayas from the Headquarter of the Sagarmatha National Park. You can also stay in the village and explore the lifestyle and culture of Sherpas.

On this day you will walk through almost plain terrain along the Dudh Koshi river. You will pass through the pine forests and cross many suspension bridges. For the first few hours, you walk down the gentle slope and then ascend uphill the rest of the day. Along the way, you can expect to have a spectacular view of Ama Dablam and Mt Everest. You will reach Tengboche where you can visit the Tengboche monastery. You will spend your night at the teahouse at Tengboche.

You will have breakfast early in the morning at Tengboche and set off for Dingboche. The mountain range gets closer and closer as you walk further. On your sixth day, you walk through pine forests and Sherpa villages to get to Dingboche. On the way, you will cross a few villages including Pangboche and Somare where you can get the splendid views of Mount Ama Dablam.

You can see barley fields, potato farms, and Stonewalls built to protect crops from strong winds. You can not get the view of Everest along the way. However, you will get a spectacular view of Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, etc. You can see the spectacular sunset and sunrise over these mountains.

On the seventh day of your trekking journey, you take a second acclimatization break. You can either stay in the village and explore things or you can hike around. You can explore Sherpa people and lifestyles. You can visit the Dingboche monastery or take a short hike to Amadablam Base Camp, Nagarjuna Hill or Chukung Ri.

On this day, you will climb the ridge behind the Dingboche village. The way is a little steep to walk. However, the heartwarming view of the Himalayas surrounding you will keep you motivated to move further. You can see the Lobuche peak in the north. After walking for a few hours the way becomes flatter. You cross the Khumbu glacier and moraines. You climb up the moraine valleys for the next few hours. You can see the memorial cairn built in the memories of departed Sherpas and other trekkers. You can get the mesmerizing view of Mt. Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbuste, etc.

This day will be full of excitement as you will be trekking to Everest Base Camp. In the early hours in the morning, you will trek on the rocky moraine trails to get to Gorak Shep. After walking for 3 hours you will get to Gorak Shep and have your lunch there. After relaxing for a few moments you will walk for the Everest Base Camp. You can expect to encounter some climbers and porters at Everest base camp at the season of the expedition. You can not see the peak of Everest from the base camp. However, you can get the views of icefalls, glaciers and other adjacent peaks from there. After spending a few times there you will descend back to Gorak Shep and spend the night.

The view of sunrise looks mesmerizing over the Himalayas. So, you will wake up early and set off for Kalapatthar to catch the glimpse of sunrise over Mt. Everest. Kala Patthar is a beautiful vantage point situated at the foothills of Mt. Everest. From there, you will also get the splendid view of Khumbu glaciers, other adjacent peaks of Mt. Everest, etc. After spending a few times at Kalapatthar, you descend to Gorak Shep and have lunch. Then you will descend to Pheriche exploring the new route.

You will have breakfast early in the morning in Pheriche and set off for Namche. You can enjoy the panorama of the Himalayas while descending to Namche. The trail passes through rhododendron, pine and oak forests where you might encounter musk deer, Himalayan Thar, Snow leopard etc. Descend further to catch the trekking trail of Gokyo lake. You might encounter trekkers returning from Gokyo lake there with whom you can exchange your trekking experiences along the way. After walking for a few hours, you will reach Namche and take a rest at a tea house.

You will have your breakfast at Namche and walk down to book a flight to Kathmandu. You will spend that day at Lukla, celebrating the success of your trip. You can take a shower, have drinks and roam around Lukla city and try different food items. You can visit the school established by Sir Edmund Hillary as well. On this day you will bid goodbye to your Sherpa crews.

You will fly to Kathmandu early in the morning. However, there is always a possibility to get your flight will be delayed as the weather conditions in the Himalayas are unpredictable. When you get back to Kathmandu you can explore the restaurants and cafes around. You can go to bars and spas or you can simply stay at your hotel and relax.  

The last day of your trip will be sightseeing around the valley. There are many sites of cultural and historical significance around Kathmandu. Our private vehicle will come to pick you up at your hotel and take you to places like Basantapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple. In the evening, you can enjoy a farewell dinner offered by Sublime Trails Pvt. Ltd.

After waking up in Kathmandu and having your breakfast, our representative will drive you to the airport and assist you in anything required. We wish you goodbye and hope you had a fun time in Nepal.

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What's included

  • Meals: 
    14 Breakfasts, 11 Lunches, 11 Dinners
  • Accommodation: 
    3-Star accommodation in Kathmandu for 3 nights
    Tea house accommodation along the trail for 11 days
  • Transportation:   
    All land transportation with pickups and drops
    Domestic flight to Lukla and back
  • Guides and Porters:
    One guide and assistant guide between 6 people 
    1 porter for two people (A porter can carry up to 30 kg)
  • Entry Fees and Permits:
    Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Fee
    TIMS Card
    Monument Entrance Fee
  • Miscellaneous: 
    Down jacket, a sleeping bag which should be refunded to the company after the trip
    Necessary paperwork with the government of Nepal and Tax department
    All the necessary insurance for the guides and porters
    First Aid service in case of minor injuries
    Salary, food, and accommodation for guides and porters
  • One Day Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu
  • Any meals other than breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Rescue & travel insurance, trip cancellation costs, accident or health emergency, evacuation, loss, theft or damage to baggage and personal effects (We strongly advise you to take out personal travel insurance.)
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to any reason
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, cold drinks, bottled or boiled water, hot shower, etc.)
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including mineral water
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Tipping for the Sublime crew

Availabilities

Start DateEnd DateDurationStatusPrice 
07 Jun, 202021 Jun, 202015 DaysAvailableUS$1350
14 Jun, 202028 Jun, 202015 DaysAvailableUS$1350
21 Jun, 202005 Jul, 202015 DaysGuaranteedUS$1350
28 Jun, 202012 Jul, 202015 DaysAvailableUS$1350

On our trip status section 'AVAILABLE' means the trip is guaranteed and available on the given price. If you book the trip through the direct booking section, you will receive a payment invoice instantly and receive a confirmation email within 24 hours.

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FAQs

Yes, you can take a shower during the Everest Base Camp Trek. The tea houses you will be staying in will provide you with the facility. If you want to take a hot shower, you can for an additional price. The price gets more expensive as the altitude increases.

On average, a porter can carry up to 30 kg. But once you have to share the porter with another trekker, he will carry up to 15 kg luggage per person. If you have to carry more than 15 kg, you can either carry the extra weight by yourself or pay an extra charge. 

Yes, you can use the internet most of the time during Everest Base Camp trek. The easiest way to access the internet is by using mobile data provided by Nepal Telecom and Ncell. It will be fast enough to make video calls, etc. However, the network might not be available in some remote places. 

Another option is using Everest Trek Internet access with an extra charge, which will work all the way to Everest Base Camp.

Yes, the cell phone works in most of the areas. You can use SIM cards of Ncell and Ntc to make calls. The network might not be available in some places but there will be no problem for communication. You can charge your cell phone at tea houses but they take extra charge for that service. In peak seasons, you might even have to stay in queue to charge your phone and batteries. 

You will have to take proper acclimatization rest to prevent altitude sickness. Don’t rush to get to the destination and take your trek slow and steady. It is necessary to stay hydrated during the trek. You should avoid alcoholic beverages as they cause dehydration. If your body shows any signs of altitude sickness, you should stop going further or descend back. Take Diamox or equivalent medicine with you but you need to consult your doctor before doing so.

Customer Reviews

  • An awesome EBC Trek, one of my lifetime experience!

    - Ai Lin Tan, Malaysia

    Unlike any other trekking expedition, our recent trip to EBC in May 2018 was one amazing experience. Not only our 15-days trip is filled with thrill and adventures but the entire trip arranged by Mr. Ram of Sublime Trail’s and our mountain guide BK (Bikram Khadka) was commendable. Every each meal we can choose our preference of food included in the package and the guesthouse stay is quite comfortable except the one in Lobuche, that was the worst with no water supply, but other than that the rest was quite good. each and every one of us were carefully observed by our mountain guide BK along our trek for fear of unsuspecting altitude sickness. Likewise, the 3 Sherpa was very helpful and even help me to carry my backpack when I'm totally exhausted. The day before last was a day trip tour in Kathmandu, indeed it was also an eye-opening experience too, I must say it’s truly an amazing lifetime experience. Overall it was a wonderful trip full of adventures. Once again, thank you Sublime for arranging this amazing trip for us!

  • Amazing Everest Base Camp with Amazing Guide (BK)

    - Calvin Y, Malaysia

    BK (Bikram), Ram and the team were amazing and the best people we've ever met in our trekking to Everest Base Camp. This is our 1st trekking trip in Nepal so we didn't really expected much other than walking for long hours. The whole journey was amazing in its own way, BK (our mountain guide) and the porters were really amusing and taking good care of us. The trek is so beautiful and the team is very experienced. This is the best Nepal holiday we've had so far and can't wait to come back for another trekking trip with Ram and BK. Sublime provides 5 stars service!

  • Everest Base Camp 15 days trek with Sublime Trails

    - Jessie Lee, Singapore

    Every time I think about trekking there always comes a name and that is of Sublime Trails. Before going to EBC 15 days trek I had already gone to Langtang trek and Annapurna Base Camp trek with them. When I was planning for the trek Ram helped me to organize my plans for having a great trek. I already had memorable treks with them but compared to this trek they were just a drop of water in an ocean. They were already providing great service when I first went with them but they were not settling at that level. They were improving themselves every time to provide fantastic trekking experience at low cost.

    Ram and I went for the trekking 3rd time and he was the boss for me since he was always 10 steps faster than I thought. He had seemingly unrivaled contacts in every trekking routes to get things done during the trek. He was excellent at giving every bit of information and was always sensitive to how I coped with the trekking. So he was a super guide for me and so was his company.

    This agency has been giving its best service to every client they have worked with and I would absolutely recommend Sublime Trails to anyone visiting Nepal: to have Sublime trek at the reasonable price.

  • Best guide for EBC trek 15 days

    - Brian Thomas, Australia

    I and my Wife went to Everest Base Camp 15 day trek through Sublime Trails and we had a great time when we were in Nepal.

    For the beginners like us, this trek was hard enough to give up on the half but our guide Ram took care of us and encouraged us to go further to complete the trek. We finally completed the trek and found that it was completely worth of all the hard work done to reach there. Without our guide Ram and our porter, we wouldn’t have been able to complete the trek and enjoy the natural beauty of the mountain vistas. During the whole trip, I was the slowest in our group but they never left me behind and they always supported me every time. The mountains were splendid and our guide Ram was so much knowledge that he told and made us remember every detail of all those mountains which astonished us.

    The trek was physically challenging for me but Ram did a great job of taking care of me and he even made sure that we acclimatize properly so that we would not suffer from altitude sickness. He was the renowned person since due to his presence we were welcomed with much greater hospitality than others. He arranged great accommodations and lovely food for us.

    Remembering these memories makes me want to go to Nepal again and have an enjoyable trek with Ram. So definitely I would recommend Ram and Sublime Trails if you want to trek in Nepal.

  • Everest base camp trek - The Lifetime Memory

    - Katie Miller, United States

    We had a 15 days trek to Everest Base Camp with Sublime Trails. The trek was well organized and literally, it was perfect for us. They served us really well from the time of pick up at Kathmandu till our departure. Our guide Hari and our porters were really caring and looked after us in every step. They helped us to properly incline higher altitude without getting Altitude sickness so we all were able to reach to the base camp and get the majestic view of the Everest.

    I would definitely recommend Hari and Sublime crew to anyone who wants to trek in Nepal.