Key Information

  • Destination:
    Nepal
  • Accommodation:
    3 Star Hotel + Tea House Lodge
  • Trip Style:
    Trekking and Hiking
  • Foods:
    Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Transportation:
    Private Vehicle + Domestic Flight
  • Min Person:
    2
  • Single Supplement cost :
    250USD

About Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days

For many, Mount Everest is the synonym to Nepal. Many people come to Nepal to catch a sight of Mount Everest and other peaks in the Khumbu region.

The 15 day Everest Base Camp trek is a majestic trip in the evergoing company Dudh Koshi rivers and several snow-covered peaks on the background.

Everest Base Camp Trek lies in the lap of the highest peak in the world- Mt. Everest. It is amongst the most popular treks in the world.  You get to walk in the footprints set by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. Along the route, you will get amazing views of different peaks above 8,000 meters in altitude.

With proper planning and preparation, you can complete the Everest Base Camp Trek in 15 days. The trek days also include acclimatization days to help adjust your body to the high altitude of the Everest region.

This trek takes you to the heart of Sherpa land passing through lush rhododendron forests, boulders, rivers, and icefalls. The highest point you reach in this trek is at Kala Patthar (5545 meters). Kala Patthar is one of the best places in the Everest region to catch splendid views of the Everest.

The trails to the Everest Base Camp are clear. As long as you have a moderate fitness level, you can complete the 15 days Everest Base Camp trek. But, one must be careful of the height changes that goes up to the height of around 6,000 meters. So, prepare yourself physically and mentally with proper packaging. Then you can easily walk to the lap of Mount Everest.

 

Highlights of  EBC trek in 15 days

  • Everest Base Camp: 5,346 meters
  • Spectacular views of Mount Everest and other peaks above 8,000 meters
  • Sagarmatha National Park
  • Tengboche monastery- monastery at the highest altitude in the world
  • Kala Patthar- ultimate point for the Everest view
  • Stunning Khumbu Glacier and ice fall
  • Sagarmatha National Park
  • Gokyo lakes, Gokyo Ri, and other glacial lakes
  • Namche Bazaar- famous business hub in high altitude
  • Warm hospitality from the local Sherpa people
  • Lukla Airport- among the world’s dangerous airport
  • A direct encounter with the trekkers preparing for mountain expedition at the base camp especially during the expedition season.

If you want to see Everest but you do not have enough time or can't walk for long days, we have  Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. The helicopter will land at different places to explore the Everest region.  

Best time for Everest Base Camp Trek

September- November, and March-May is the best time for this trek. With the moderate climate and pleasant weather, you will have easy walks in the terrains of the Everest region. The day time is sunny while night brings chilling weather.

It is the pleasantest time of all for trekking in Nepal. Also, this is the time with least possibility of rainfall. So, you will have an easy and enjoyable trek.

However, with enough preparation and proper packing you can go on this trek any season of the year including the summer and the winter season.

 

Everest Base Camp Trek 15 days Map

A travel map is a must when you pack your bags and set off for travels, hike, or treks. It is your trustworthy guide when nobody’s around. It helps you to navigate the appropriate route in the mountainside.

You can find maps either in printed forms or online. To find about the Everest Base Camp Trek map, you can check here:

Everest Base Camp trek difficulty

This is a moderate trek in the rocky terrains of the Everest region of Nepal. In this high altitude trek, the route often goes uphill and then downhill.

You do not have to go on vertical climbs. But there are plenty of uphills along the way. It is also a high altitude trek. This means that you might face difficulties in adjusting to the altitude if you don't prepare well.

The trek routes in the higher altitudes are often blocked by ice and snow. Chances are high that you may fall on the snow. So, you need to walk slowly and gradually to avoid any mishaps.

 

Everest Base Camp Trek Weather

During summer months (June, July, and August) the minimum temperature at the highest altitude in this trek drops down to 0 degrees. It is among the pleasant time to trek in this region as you do not have to experience extreme cold.

While winter months (December, January, and February) are much colder in the mountainous region. The days are sunny with clearer views but night temperature drops down below -20 degrees. For such weather, you need to carry a sleeping bag to beat the mountain cold.

Likewise, Autumn season (September- November) is the peak season for this trek. The moderate temperature both during days and night with least rainfall makes this season popular trekking season.

Also, Spring season(March-May) is also the best time for this trek as the forests in lower altitudes turn lush with rhododendron blossoms. During this time, the mild temperature eases trekking to the nook and cranny of the region.

 

Altitude profile  of Everest Base Camp  trek

This is a high altitude trek. You start from the height as low as 1,345 meters in Kathmandu while ascending to the heights above 5,000 meters. As you proceed further the altitude gradually increases. The highest point you reach in this trek is at Kala Patthar- 5,555 meters.

The trek route covers treks at high altitude as well as very high altitude. As the altitude increases the problem of shortness of breath occurs so you need to take proper acclimatization before you move on to a new height.

Here’s a detailed altitude chart for 15 days EBC trek:

 

Also, to prepare yourself with the changing altitude, you need to involve in different physical exercises and training.

 

Altitude Sickness in Everest Base Camp trek

While going for EBC trek you will trek to an altitude of 5,600 meters. It means there are several chances you suffer from altitude sickness.

Some common signs of altitude sickness include- shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, sleeplessness, blurry vision, and so on.

If you notice these symptoms while ascending further, you need to stop trek. Make sure that you drink enough water, take rest for some time, climb downhill. In severe cases, you may take Diamox, only if it is prescribed by your physician.

To avoid altitude sickness, you must walk slow and gradual. Acclimatize properly in the changing weather. Most importantly, keep yourself hydrated.

 

People and culture in Everest Base Camp trek

The Everest region is a Sherpa people, descendants from the Tibetan Himalayan world. The scattered settlements of Sherpa people all the way from Lukla amazes you in the trek.

Also, you can pay a visit to century-old monasteries and Gompas that give you glimpses of the Tibetan Buddhism practiced by Sherpa people.

If you visit in the month of  October-November, you will get a chance to enjoy Mani Rimdu festival in Tengboche monastery. It is among the biggest celebration in the Khumbu region.

In addition, if you take Classic Jiri route, you get chance to encounter different ethnicities- Brahmins, Chhetris, Newar, Tamangs en route to Lukla.

 

Everest Base Camp trek permits

  • Local permit priced US $20 which you can collect at Monjo.

  • Sagarmatha National Park Permit (SNPP) priced US $34 which you can collect at Monjo.

  • If you plan to take Classic Jiri route, you need to collect an additional permit of Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project. It cost the US $20 if you collect it at Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu. It costs US $ 40 if you collect it at Shivalaya, Jiri.

If you are a solo trekker, you need to collect all the permits by yourself. But if you are traveling with us, we will arrange all the necessary permits for you.

(Note: TIMS card is not needed for this trek. A local permit works on its behalf.)

 

Everest Base Camp trek costs

Trekking in Nepal is quite cheap in comparison to other popular holiday destinations in the world. In this trek, your cost depends on whether you are traveling with a travel company, or you are traveling alone. The time you wish to visit, the route you take to trek, and the duration you wish to stay on the lap of the Himalayas.

It costs US $1120 per person for this trek on two people booking clause. But if you are booking single you are required to pay single supplement price and if you are in a bigger group you may get some discounts s well.

 


In general, you need to pay around the US $20- US $30 for food and accommodation in the tea houses en route. While you need to spare around the US $20- US $30 to the guides and porters too.
 

Travel insurance also adds to your cost in this trek. Travel insurance with a policy that covers evacuation of up to 6,000 meters costs around USD 150.

Pre-planning her trek with appropriate gears and packing list is a must. For this trek, the cost of equipment depends on how you get them. You can either buy second hand, or you can rent those gears for a specific time.

In addition, if you visit during peak seasons you need to pay for the hot showers, charging devices, and wifi services.  Also, you can show some gratitude to your guides and locals for their effort to make your trek a success.

 

Everest Base Camp Trek Travel Insurance

Sometimes due to the bad weather, you may face flight cancellation or delays. Or, you may get minor wounds or injuries while walking on the terrains. There could be a situation when you might be in immediate needs of helicopter evacuations, or medical consultancy.

 

For situations like these, travel insurance is a must. After insurance, you can walk free and safe without any fear, or insecurities pulling your back as they cover all your inconvenience.

 

Hiring a guide for Everest Base Camp Trek

You will find a number of tea houses and fellow trekkers en route to Everest Base Camp. The trails to EBC are well marked. So, you can also go to the Everest Base Camp on your own.

But we recommend you to hire a guide( porter-guide, or guide only) for many reasons. They will help you communicate directly with the locals, they will stand by your side in case of some problems, or any emergencies.

They also help you pre-book for accommodation and food after tiring walks. Plus, they bargain for the services at tea houses on your behalf.

 

Tips for Everest Base Camp Trek

Here are general tips for EBC trek:

  • Pack well. As mountain weather is unpredictable, you need to be very careful while packing. Do not forget to carry a sleeping bag and thermals which you may need any time during nights.

  • Start early. As the afternoon wind is likely to bring cloud and obstruct mountain views. It is better if you leave early for the trek and reach your destination on time.

  • If you do not want to spend out at night with an empty stomach, the better book for food and accommodation early. Especially, if you go on treks during the peak seasons.

  • If you are trekking in monsoon, you must carry insect repellents or table salt to keep away bugs and leeches.

  • Carry your own water bottle and water purifying tablets.

  • Walk slow. Drink enough water. Take enough rest.

Everest Base Camp trek after 2015 earthquake

The trek route and tea houses damaged during the earthquake in completely restored. You will find enough tea houses and lodges for your comfortable stay during the trek. Along the Jiri route, you may see some traces of destruction by the earthquake. But if you choose Lukla flight, you will notice a few damages.

 

Even the tea houses in the higher altitudes are rebuilt. You do not have to fear getting lost, or not finding food and room to sleep.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

Everest Base Camp trek is for all. If you wish to walk on foot to the base camp, then you can do it. Or, if you do not think you can go on foot, then you do not have to worry at all. You can choose EBC helicopter tour where you will fly directly to the Base Camp and return back to Kathmandu in a day. And, still, catch a glimpse of the world’s highest towering peaks. For detailed information of EBC helicopter tour, click here.

 

You may be interested in our Everest Base Camp Luxury Trekking.

 

Alternate routes to Everest Base Camp Trek

If you wish to explore something other than the normal trekkers get, then you can choose alternate routes to reach to the Base CAmp. These routes are peaceful, exotic, and full of life. You will collect extraordinary experiences in these routes.

 

Gokyo route

This is an exotic trek route to the base camp. On this route, you cross through less crowded Gokyo valley. Walk past the glistening Gokyo lakes and other glacial lakes. Also, on this route, you climb to Gokyo Ri, to get amazing views of Mount Everest from a different perspective.

 

Jiri-Lukla route

It is a classic route to the Everest region. On this route, you travel to Jiri on by, or jeep and start walking from the town of Jiri. En route you cross different boulders, rivers, and exotic villages of different ethnic groups. After a few day’s walks, you reach to Lukla and follow the ideal trek route to the base camp.

Other treks in the Everest region you may be interested in:

Everest High Passes Trekking

Everest Panorama Trekking

Everest Base Camp with Cho-la Pass Trekking

Conclusion

Walking closer to the highest peak in the world is a dream to many. The Everest base Camp quenches your mountain crave on one hand, while on the other it offers you the lifetime memories.

 

Walking past the Sherpa villages, lush forests of pine and rhododendron, and pathways filled in chhortens and prayer flags keeps you contended along the route. You will find nothing to complain about in this overall trek.

Are you also thinking of doing this trek? Are you craving for the best Everest views?

If yes, do not hesitate to contact us for Everest Base Camp trek or other treks in Nepal. We can help you to manage your trip. Or you can directly call, WhatsApp, Viber, IMO at  +977-98511 83278 (Ram)

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Itinerary & Map

DAY 01: Arrival at Kathmandu
  • Picking you  up at the airport
  • Transferring you to a 3-starred hotel
  • Short briefing of the tour
  • Explore the rich and vibrant streets of Thamel and shopping for the trip

When you arrive at Kathmandu airport, our representatives will come to pick you up at the airport with your name on a signboard. You will be driven to your hotel from the airport where you will have your breakfast/lunch and rest for a while. Then you can go shopping for your trek and explore the streets of Thamel.

Accommodation: 3-star hotel
Expected temperature: (3.1 - 27.2) °C
Elevation: 1345 m

 
DAY 02: Flight to Lukla and Trek to Phakding
  • Early morning  plane flight to Lukla
  • Walk the almost plain terrain to get to Phakding from Lukla
  • Rest at a teahouse at Phakding

You will have breakfast in Kathmandu and head out to Kathmandu airport for the flight to Lukla. You will have a scenic flight of almost 35 minutes. After reaching Lukla you will be introduced to your porters. Your official trekking journey starts from here. You walk along the Dudh Koshi river for 3/4 hours to get to Phakding. The trail is almost plain and you won’t have to ascent any altitude while going to Phakding. You will spend your night at a teahouse in Phakding.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-1.7 - 19.6) °C
Elevation: 2610 m
Trek Duration: 3-4 hours approx.

[If the flight to Lukla got delayed due to bad weather or other technical issues and you want to get there at your scheduled time, you can book a helicopter with an extra 500 USD per person]

 

DAY 03: Phakding to Namche Bazaar
  • Breakfast at Phakding and start trekking
  • Lunch at beautiful Monjo valley
  • Walking uphill after crossing a suspension bridge
  • Enjoy the view of Mt. Everest and adjacent mountains along the way
  • Walk Sharp uphill at the final 2 hours of your trek
  • Reach Namche Bazaar and take rest

On this day you will catch the first glimpse of Mount Everest. You walk through rhododendron and pine forests along the Dudh Koshi river crossing many of the suspension bridges. After walking for a few hours you will get to a beautiful Monjo valley. You will have your breakfast at Monjo and descend the steep rocky trail to get to Namche Bazaar. You may encounter many porters and Yaks carrying goods for Namche Bazaar. You will get glimpses of Mountains mountains such as Kusum- Kanguru, Thamserku, etc. You will enter the Sagarmatha National Park after crossing Monjo. You will spend your night at Namche at a Tea House.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-7.9 -  16) °C
Elevation: 3440 m
Trek Duration: 6-7 hours approx.

 
DAY 04: Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar
  • Explore the Namche Bazaar and shop the things you will be needing at the trek (in case you’ve missed anything)
  • Hike up to Everest view hotel and back as a part of your acclimatization
  • Rest during the afternoon at a guesthouse

While trekking in the Everest region you will have to spend most of the time above 3000 m from sea level. So there is always a possibility to get altitude sickness. Your body needs time to cope with rapidly changing altitude and temperature. You have to take acclimatization rest so that altitude sickness won’t affect you. However, you can hike above the village, walk along the Dudh Koshi river. You can trek to Everest View hotel and enjoy the sunrise and sunset over the Himalayas from the headquarters of Sagarmatha National Park. You can spend the day with Sherpas exploring their lifestyle and culture as well.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-7.9 -  16) °C
Elevation: 3440 m

 
DAY 05: Namche to Tengboche
  • Breakfast at Namche Bazaar and set off for the trekking  to Tengboche
  • Get the spectacular view of Ama Dablam and Mt Everest along the way.
  • Trekking to  one of the oldest monastery (Tengboche monastery)

On the 5th day of your trekking journey, you will walk through almost plain terrain along the Dudh Koshi river crossing many pine forests and suspension bridges. Along the way, you can expect to have a mesmerizing view of Mount Ama Dablam and Everest. After walking for a few hours you will reach to Tengboche where you will spend the night at a Tea House.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-8.5 - 14.5) °C
Elevation: 3860 m 
Trek Duration: 5-6 hours approx.

 
DAY 06: Tengboche to Dingboche
  • Cross the several villages including Pangboche and Somare and streams to get the splendid views of Mount Ama Dablam.
  • Lunch at Somare village
  • Rest at the teahouses at Dingboche at the end of the Day

You will have breakfast at Tengboche and start trekking for Dingboche. You will get a spectacular panorama of the Mountain ranges and see them getting closer as you walk towards them. You walk through pine forests crossing many Sherpa settlements to get to Dingboche. You will see the farms of barley and potatoes protected by stonewalls from strong wind. Mount Everest will be hidden behind the mountains yet you can get any spectacular view of Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, etc.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-15.3 - 13.7) °C
Elevation: 4410 m
Trek Duration: 5-6 hours approx.

 

DAY 07:  Acclimatization day at Dingboche
  • Take a rest at Dingboche
  • Explore the beauty and people of Dingboche village
  • Take a short hike around the village or climb to Garstang hill to witness the beautiful Lhotse, Nuptse.
  • You can catch a glimpse of Island Peak and Expedition crew from Chukung Ri

As a second acclimatization rest, you will be staying at Dingboche village. You can hike around the village or stay in the village and explore people and their lifestyles. You can visit Dingboche Monastery or take a short hike to Amadablam Base camp, Nagarjuna Hill or Chhukung Ri.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-15.3 - 13.7) °C
Elevation: 4410 m

 

DAY 08: Dingboche to Lobuche
  • Walk along the highland and plain terrains  to get to Lobuche
  • Pray for departed trekkers on the memorial
  • Enjoy the view of Lobuche peak and other peaks along the way
  • Enjoy the warm meal and cozy bed of the tea houses at the end of the day.

On the 8th day of your journey, you will climb a ridge behind the Dingboche village. The trail is a bit steep and becomes slippery with the melted ice. However, the view of the mountains at distant will keep you motivated to move further. Walking this thrilling trail for a few hours, the way becomes a bit flatter. You can see the Lobuche peak in the north and the memorial cairn built in the memory of Departed sherpas and trekkers. You will cross the Khumbu glacier and moraine valleys for a few hours to get to Lobuche. You get the mesmerizing view of Mt. Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbuste, etc.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected Temperature: (-18.3 - 11.7) °C
Elevation: 4910 m
Trek Duration: 4-5 hours approx.

 

DAY 09:  Lobuche to Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp and back to Gorak Shep
  • Trek to Gorak Shep and check in to lodge.
  • Lunch at Gorak Shep and start hiking to Everest base camp ( ultimate destination for EBC trekkers).
  • Get to your final Destination on this day (Everest Base Camp)
  • Trek to the Vantage point for the best view of Mount Everest  and the adjacent peaks
  • Catch the glimpse of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and other peaks
  • Descend back to Gorak Shep for the night stay

On the 9th day of your trekking, you will reach the final destination of your trek (Everest Base Camp). You will set off for Gorak Shep from Lobuche early in the morning. You will have to cross the rocky moraine trail to get to Gorak Shep. You will have your lunch at Gorakshep and relax for a few moments. Then, you will walk for the Everest Base Camp. You may encounter some climbers and porters at Everest Base Camp at the expedition season.

The Everest will be hidden behind the mountains so can’t be seen. However, you can get the mesmerizing view of icefalls, other adjacent peaks, glaciers, etc. After spending a few moments at Everest Base Camp, you will descend back to Gorak Shep and spend the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected Temperature: (-19.6 - 10.8) °C
Elevation: 5140 m
Trek Duration: 7-8 hours approx.

 
DAY 10:  Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar (5550 m) descent back to Pheriche
  • Trek to Kala Patthar from Gorak Shep to get the best view of  Everest and its adjacent peaks and Khumbu icefall
  • Trek back to Gorak Shep
  • The descent back to Pheriche and spend the nights at tea houses

The view of sunrise looks mesmerizing over the Himalayas. So, you wake up early and set off for Kalapatthar to catch the glimpse of sunrise. Kala Patthar is a beautiful vantage point situated at the foothills of Mt. Everest. You will get to see Everest from the closest distance, standing right in front of you. You will 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.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected Temperature: (-14.2 - 14.1) °C
Elevation: 4210 m
Trek Duration: 5-6 hours approx.

 

DAY 11: Pheriche to Namche
  • Descend to Namche from Pheriche while exploring the new route
  • Enjoy the panoramic view of Himalayas along the way
  • Possibilities to see musk deer Himalayan giant Thar and snow leopard and green forests
  • Visit ports monastery in the late afternoon

You will have your breakfast early in the morning at Pheriche and set off to Namche. You can expect to see animals like musk bear, snow leopard, Himalayan giant, etc. You can enjoy the panorama of the Himalayas and the beautiful landscapes. You will descend through the rocky trail and pine forests. On this day you will catch the Gokyo Lake trekking trail. After walking for 6-7 hours, you will get to Namche where you will spend your night. 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected temperature: (-7.9 -  16) °C
Elevation: 3440 m
Trek Duration: 6-7 hours approx.

 
DAY 12: Namche to Lukla
  • Walk down to Lukla to book a flight to Kathmandu
  • You can visit the School and the hospital established by Sir Edmund Hillary
  • Stroll around Lukla and give yourself some rest

You will have breakfast at Namche and set off for Lukla to book a flight to Kathmandu. After reaching Lukla, you can celebrate the success of your trekking journey. You can visit the school established by Sir Edmund Hillary, explore traditional and modern foods, etc. On this day you will bid farewell to your Sherpa crew.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea House
Expected Temperature: (-2.8- 18.7) °C
Elevation: 2860 m
Trek Duration: 5-6 hours approx.

 
DAY 13: Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Catch a flight to Kathmandu
  • You can roam around and explore Thamel
  • Chill in the restaurants, spa, and bars
  • Enjoy farewell dinner which is offered by Sublime Trails Pvt. Ltd.

You will have an early morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. However, there is always a possibility of having your flight delayed as the weather in the Himalayas is unpredictable. We will not operate any flights until the weather gets right. After completing the scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, you can spend the rest of your day visiting and exploring Kathmandu. You can go to UNESCO world heritage sites, explore the foods, shop around the streets, etc.

Sublime trails organize a dinner party with many authentic foods and cultural programs. You can celebrate your success there and share your experiences with other trekkers.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Accommodation: 3-star hotel
Expected temperature: (3.1 - 27.2) °C
Elevation: 1345 m

 
DAY 14: Departure
  • Transferring you to the local airport and bidding you farewell

The trip concludes here & our airport representative will drop you to the Kathmandu International Airport for your connecting flight departure from Nepal. Also, if you decide to extend your stay in Nepal, you can inform us. We would be more than happy to extend your stay or take you out to new tourist destinations in Nepal. If you want to trek in any other region in Nepal after your EBC trek or be a part of other fun activities in Nepal, you can contact us.

Meal: Breakfast

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Inclusions

  • All the airport pick up and drove.
  • Kathmandu hotel for 3 nights around 3-star category.
  • Lodge accommodation, Breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the trekking in Himalaya.
  • Flight fare from Kathmandu to Lukla and return to Kathmandu.
  • Well experienced guide, assistance guide and porter for the trekking.
  • National park entrance fees, Times card fee.
  • Necessary Paperwork with the government of Nepal and Tax department.
  • All the Necessary insurance for the sublime crews.
  • All the Necessary Bus, car and jeep Service for the trip.
  • Sublime First Aid kit carried by our Guide
  • Down jacket, a Sleeping bag which should be refunded to the company after trip completion 
  • Salary, foods, and accommodation for sublime crews.
  • Emergency evacuation assistance service but the Helicopter or necessary transport and Hospital cost should be paid by clients them shelf or insurance company.
  • Any meals other than breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Monuments entrance fees
  • 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 because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Items of a personal nature.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, cold drinks, bottle or boiled water, hot shower etc.)
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and Drinking water during the trip.
  • All the chocolate and dessert items and sweet items.
  • Your Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Tipping for the sublime crews.

Departure Notes

This is Scheduled departure dates but if your date does not match with the given departure date you can let us know, We will surely operate your trip.  

Departure Dates

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28 Jun, 2019 - 11 Jul, 2019 Available $1120 USD

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Reviews

Rated 5/5 based on 2 reviews

We’ve just completed our Everest base camp trek with sublime trails. Ram and the crew can go extra miles to ensure that we are safe and make us feel that we are at good hand. There was no point of worry since the time we met ram at the airport in Kathmandu.Ram gave us very experience trekking guide ‘shiva’ and porter Pemba. they both are very friendly and making sure we enjoyed all the time . After the trek ram took us to farewell dinner and it was our pleasure to try Nepalese DHIDO and local wine. Overall a very experienced and friendly team. Can’t wait to go back again for another sublime experience . Highly recommended !!!

Everything was well organized and taken care of with Sublime Trails so we could just relax & enjoy our trek. From the moment we arrived at the Kathmandu airport our guide Rishi was waiting with a sign with our names on it. He shook our hands and greeted us with "Welcome to Nepal" Rishi and a driver took us to our lovely hotel in Kathmandu where we met with Ram, the owner of Sublime Trails, and paid for our Trek. Ram made arrangements for a city tour of Kathmandu for the following day which was great to learn about Nepal's culture. That night Ram met with us again to take care of any last minute preparations for our trek - hiring down jackets and sleeping bags, etc. Our trek to Everest Base Camp was incredible because of our awesome guide Rishi - he has an amazing sense of humour and loved playing cards and showing us his magic tricks. Our porter Kumar was full of energy and always smiling. Talking with other Trekkers on the trail we could easily tell we made the best decision to book with Sublime Trails. We loved that we had our own private tour, we weren't packed into a big group like other Trekkers and we planned our trek date completely around our travel plans, no set schedule. Ram and his team take care of everything beginning to end. When we returned to Kathmandu, Ram took us out for a farewell dinner to celebrate our accomplishment and provide feedback on our trekking experience. It's obvious Ram goes above and beyond to genuinely care for his customers.  We highly recommend Sublime Trails for trekking in Nepal!!! Thank you so much to Ram for all the arrangements and to Rishi & Kumar for a fantastic trek!

Why travel with us

We don’t charge any hidden costs to our customers. We write down what charges are included and excluded in our travel packages so that we are transparent about our costs. Further, if you do a comparative analysis of the prices we charge for a trip, you will find that we offer you an extremely fair price for a tour.

Safety of the customers who choose to travel with us is given utmost importance to at Sublime Trails. So we design our itineraries in such a way that the trails that you go to are safe. In addition, the crew at Sublime Trails are knowledgeable on basic first-aid safety and carry appropriate medical tools with them. Our crews alway walk the trails together with clients to take care them in all aspects. This ensures that your safety is never compromised with.

Traveling in a smaller group helps you achieve a sense of bonding and togetherness with the people you are with. So at Sublime Trails, we encourage traveling in smaller groups so that you get all the safety and comfort in the world and also make great friendships.

We, at Sublime Trails, offer you a variety of tours ranging from trekking to sightseeing to adventure sports to cultural and student tours in various parts of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.

No matter which part of the world you are traveling to, guides make a wonderful contribution to help you appreciate the beauty as well as the culture of the places you go to. At Sublime Trails, We have knowledgeable, resourceful, friendly, flexible, helpful, hospitable and experienced guides to add richness to your travel.

Whenever you go out to travel, you should look for the value you get for the amount of money you invest in. At Sublime Trails, we ensure that every penny you spend while traveling with us gives you a sense that the money is well-spent.

With more and more people traveling each year, we try to install the values of responsible travel. We help travelers engage in the language as well the culture of the various places they go to. We also make travel provisions in such a way that it doesn’t interfere with the environmental beauty of the place.

If you are a traveler, you will look for an authentic experience of the place you go in. That includes using transportation that is unique to the place, eating food that is native to a land, and immersing yourself in culture of the place too. At Sublime Trails, providing an authentic travel experience is our primary goal.

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