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Trip Overview
  • Duration: 15 Days
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous
  • Trip Start and End: Kathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip Area: Everest Base Camp and Kalapattar
  • Trip Style: Active Adventure Trekking
  • Age Group: 15 or Above
  • Trip Type: Private and Group
  • Trip Method: Guided
  • Booking Type: Instant Booking
  • Max. Altitude: 5367m
  • Best Season: March - May and Sep - Dec
  • Foot Print:Carbon Neutralleaf

The Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek, one of the most prestigious treks in the world, offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to trek in the Himalayas. This is the legendary land where Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay embarked on their historic adventure to the top of the world i.e. Mount Everest in 1953. Acclimatization and a cultural hike in the picturesque Sherpa stronghold of the Khumbu Valley are also included in this luxurious excursion.

The chance to stay at the best local luxury lodges and experience genuine Himalayan life is another outstanding aspect of the Luxury Everest trek. You will also get to experience the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayan range, which acts as a crown jewel of the Khumbu region. The sight of the six tallest peaks: Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Cho Oyu is a sight to behold. And that too with all the luxury of the grandest lodges in the trekking areas.

You will get to explore the daily routine of the Sherpas- the famed climbers, in addition to trekking while you are on the Luxury accommodation Everest base camp trek. The hike also offers visits to the highest Buddhist monasteries in the world. These have been captured in some brilliant paintings of the Khumbu region. You will also trek in the premises of the Sagarmatha National Park, a world heritage site that is home to a diversity of Himalayan flora and fauna.

Our Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek begins with a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu's historical and cultural landmarks. This includes its temples, shrines, gompas, stupas, bazaars, streets, and monuments. You will see these during your daytime as you bask at one of the most luxurious hotels Kathmandu has to offer i.e. Hotel Marriot in the evening.

The next day’s adventure comprises a mountain flight that takes you to Hillary Airport in Lukla. This airport has been repeatedly featured in National Geographic and other similar networks. After the flight, the trek will take you to the more difficult terrains of Namche Bazaar, Pnagboche, and ultimately to the EBC. But one thing will forever be common throughout the trek. And that is the luxury you will be presented with. And this makes the Everest Base Camp Luxury tour unlike any you will find in the Everest Region.

Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek - In Comfort Itinerary

  • Day 1:Arrival in KathmanduAltitude: 1400 m
  • Day 2:Sightseeing and OrientationAltitude: 1400 m
  • Day 3:Lukla and trek to Manjo (YMH Yeti mountain home)Altitude: 2835 m
  • Day 4:Trek to NamcheAltitude: 3440 m
  • Day 5:Namche Acclimatization dayAltitude: 3440 m
  • Day 6:Tasinga : Everest summit lodgeAltitude: 3450 m
  • Day 7:Pangboche via Tengboche monasteryAltitude: 3985 m
  • Day 8:DingbocheAltitude: 4410 m
  • Day 9:DingbocheAltitude: 1345 m
  • Day 10:LobucheAltitude: 4940 m
  • Day 11:Gorak ShepAltitude: 5164 m
  • Day 12:PhericheAltitude: 4371 m
  • Day 13:TasingaAltitude: 3450 m
  • Day 14:Manjo - YMHAltitude: 2835 m
  • Day 15:Lukla - YMHAltitude: 2860 m
  • Day 16:KathmanduAltitude: 1400 m
  • Day 17:Rest day in KathmanduAltitude: 1400 m
  • Day 18:Fly Back Home

Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu

  • Max Altitude1400 m
  • AccommodationMarriott Hotel
  • MealsWelcome Dinner

When you arrive in Nepal for the luxury Everest Base Camp trek, you will touch down at the airport in Kathmandu. You must complete some paperwork and on-arrival visa requirements after bag checks. At the airport, a member of the Sublime Trails team will be waiting to welcome you. As he will be carrying a display board with your name on it, you shouldn’t find it difficult to recognize him.

Then, you will be dropped off at Marriott Hotel by our agent. Given the likelihood that you will be jet lagged, resting this day will be a wise choice. Make sure you don't still be feeling the effects of a long trip to Nepal before starting the trek to Everest Base Camp.

Day 2:Sightseeing and Orientation

  • Max Altitude1400 m
  • AccommodationMarriott Hotel
  • MealsBLD

After waking up in the morning and recovering from your jet lag, you'll go on a tour of Kathmandu. The numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites in this historic valley are due to Kathmandu's culturally rich history and relics. The most frequented locations are Swoyambhu, Boudhanath, and Pashupatinath because they provide a window into the locals' many religious beliefs and rituals. The old museums in the Durbar Squares of Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, and Kathmandu are also a wealth of knowledge about the past of these cities.

We'll also give you a rundown of today's excursion. A talk about the Everest Base Camp Luxury trek will be given by the tour guide and manager of Sublime Trails. The majority of the information you require prior to this trek will be covered in this session. You should feel free to ask any questions you have regarding this trek because this will be a friendly, conversational kind of presentation. Additionally, today is the day to buy whatever clothing or equipment you haven't already for our expedition.

Day 3:Lukla and trek to Manjo (YMH Yeti mountain home)

  • Max Altitude2835 m
  • AccommodationYeti Mountain Home
  • MealsBLD

You can reach Lukla airport from Kathmandu by scenic flight for 30 minutes. Many travelers who love to travel dream of taking a flight to this airport, which is 2800 meters above sea level and from where you can see some of the nation's stunning mountains.

Once you get to Lukla, the climate might be unlike anything you have experienced before. This airport's cool breeze, surrounding mountains, and hills are unlike anything you've ever encountered. You would need around 5-6 hours to walk from Lukla to Monjo on your first day. Monjo, located at 2835 meters, is a lovely settlement. It may not be the largest village—only 30 to 40 homes—but it is undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous ones. You will be staying at Yeti Mountain Home.

Day 4:Trek to Namche

  • Max Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationHotel Sherpaland
  • MealsBLD

You go to Namche Bazaar on this day after eating a filling breakfast at Monjo. This day's trek, which lasts roughly 6-7 hours, will give you your first taste of the difficulties of the Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek.

You must submit your trek permits in Monjo if you're a foreign national. From here, you'll enter Sagarmatha National Park.  The trek to Namche Bazaar is essentially an ascent from Monjo. Along the way, many people tie prayer flags to suspension bridges. The Dudh Koshi river's waters, as well as the clarity of its waters, can sometimes be raucous as you travel along it.

The busiest and possibly the last commercial travel hub in the Everest Region is Namche Bazar, 3,440 meters. You can walk around Namche in the evening if you have the energy. If not, we will acclimate in this town, which we will explore the following day. Your stay today will be at  Hotel Sherpaland.

Day 5:Namche Acclimatization day

  • Max Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationHotel Sherpaland
  • MealsBLD

Namche serves as the first acclimatization location for this trek. The elevation change from 1400 meters in Kathmandu to 3400 meters in Namche in less than two days can be exhausting and cause altitude sickness. You can get used to the Everest region's climate by hiking to nearby villages like Khunde and Khumjung. For stunning views of the entire Everest region, you can also trek to the Everest View Hotel.

One of the magnificent monasteries in Khumjung houses the alleged skull of a Yeti. An image of the Yeti can also be seen in an art gallery there. You can visit vantage points like Hillary ViewPoint if you think the trek has been easy for you and you have a lot of strength and stamina. 

You can also pay a visit to a school set up by Sir Edmund Hillary: Khumjung Secondary School. For dinner, we stroll back to our  Hotel Sherpaland after the acclimatization hike.

Day 6:Tasinga : Everest summit lodge

  • Max Altitude3450 m
  • AccommodationEverest Summit Lodge
  • MealsBLD

On the sixth day of this Everest base Camp luxury trek, you will be heading to Tashinga. This beautiful hamlet is a delightful place that is located quite close to Khunde and Khumjung. These two places were evidently Sir Edmund Hillary’s favorite places in the Khumbu region. Located quite close to these places, Tashinga’s Everest Summit Lodge provides a much needed resting place after the trek has ended after a few hours of ascent from Namche Bazaar.

Day 7:Pangboche via Tengboche monastery

  • Max Altitude3985 m
  • AccommodationEverest Summit Lodge
  • MealsBLD

As with the rest of the trekking days, you will hike for 5-6 hours today. You will first trek to the Tengboche Monastery after having a meal at Tasinga. The morning meal at Tasinga in the sumptuous lodge is large enough to supply you with proper energy fuel to get to the monastery. 

After you head out to the monastery and get to see the surrounding peaks and learn about the ancient history of the temple, it will be time to head out to Pangboche.

Day 8:Dingboche

  • Max Altitude4410 m
  • AccommodationHotel Good luck
  • MealsBLD

Dingboche is your final destination for today and you will reach there by the evening. Dingboche has a few ridges that will also act as a hindrance to getting some of the views of Everest. However, there are other nearby peaks like Nuptse and Lhotse. The views of Island Peak and Ama Dablam are spectacular.

You'll notice that your trail is becoming increasingly devoid of tree lines as you get closer to Dingboche. You'll also notice that walking a kilometer requires more strength as the treks reach higher altitudes. Therefore, in order to prevent falling victim to altitude sickness, we will ensure that we remain at Dingboche tomorrow as well. Comfortable accommodation with rooms with an attached bathroom and extra warmth will be there to greet you at Hotel Good luck located in Dingboche.

Day 9:Dingboche

  • Max Altitude1345 m
  • AccommodationHotel Good luck
  • MealsBLD

We will walk around the beautiful places at Dingboche, as we did during our stay at Namche. This bolsters our mission of getting acclimatized to the dropping oxygen levels. It also prepares us for our ascent to Everest Base Camp. One thing to note is that this will be the first day in your journey when you will reach 5000 meters above sea level. On the acclimatization hike, you'll reach the 5083-meter-high Nangkartshang peak. 

Nangkartshang Peak, a popular tourist destination that can be reached in about five hours, offers beautiful views of Tawache, Pumori, Everest, Lhotse, and Island Peak, as well as other prominent mountains in the Khumbu region. You also have the option of going to Chhukung, a fantastic spot from which to view Mount Makalu, if you so choose. You will return to Dingboche after your acclimatization hike and spend the night here.

Day 10:Lobuche

  • Max Altitude4940 m
  • AccommodationAlpine Eco lodge
  • MealsBLD

From Dingboche to Lobuche, the ninth day of your Everest Base Camp trek is a five-hour hike. You'll begin your hike to Pheriche after having breakfast at Dingboche. The village also provides injured individuals with access to medical care and has a trekker's post office.

Thugla, at a height of 4600 meters, is the next rest stop on this day's hike. Due to the low oxygen levels, the hike will undoubtedly be difficult on the ascent to Lobuche. You will also see the memorial to dreamers who tried their hardest to reach Everest's summit but were unsuccessful. You can get a glimpse of Nuptse, Tawache, and the Khumbu glacier from Lobuche. Today, you will stay at Eco Lodge which has a warm dining room and an even warmer room.

Day 11:Gorak Shep

  • Max Altitude5164 m
  • AccommodationSnowland Guest house
  • MealsBLD

You will reap the rewards for your perseverance after all the hardship you endured to reach Lobuche because today is the day you will reach Everest Base Camp. But you have to walk the rough trails that take you to Gorak Shep in four hours before you can get there.

You will spend an hour at Gorak Shep for lunch and some rest. The hike to Everest Base Camp gets more exciting as you get closer to the Khumbu glacier after a proper meal. After all, walking across a frozen lakebed is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

You'll get to Everest's base camp after a steep climb and descent.  If you cannot walk from Gorak Shep to the Base Camp, then you can take a horse for your ease. Gork Shep houses you in the Yeti resort with warm dining and warm rooms. It might come as a surprise to learn that the Everest Base Camp does not offer the most breathtaking views of the mountain. The best views of Everest are available to you on the early morning hike tomorrow. However, in order to make that possible, you will travel to Gorak Shep and spend a sound night there. You will be luxuriously lodged at Snowland Guest House.

Day 12:Pheriche

  • Max Altitude4371 m
  • AccommodationHotel Himalaya
  • MealsBLD

Even this quaint village that is known as Pheriche gives you a Luxury accommodation at Himalaya lodge after you complete the trek. The trek might be around 4 hours long but sumptuous nonetheless. Pheriche is an ancient village which carries the same particle of DNA that other Sherpa villages in the Khumbu region have- an ancient way of living, beautiful mountains, and the purest of beauty.

Day 13:Tasinga

  • Max Altitude3450 m
  • AccommodationEverest Summit Lodge
  • MealsBLD

Normally during other treks,  trekkers are tempted to trek from Pheriche to Namche itself. But this might be a tad strenuous for the ones who are looking to cash in the luxury of trekking in the Everest region. Therefore, we will trek to Tasinga today. This is more or less an off-beat place for trekkers to rest. This is why the village might be pleasantly surprised to you given its picturesque qualities. After around 3-4 hours of trek, you will reach the best lodge for accommodation at Tasinga. 

Day 14:Manjo - YMH

  • Max Altitude2835 m
  • AccommodationYeti Mountain home
  • MealsBLD

The trek from Pheriche to Manjo takes seven hours and covers nearly three kilometers per hour. There are some rough trails with ups and downs on the nearly 1,000-meter descent. The trek's tranquility and suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River, as well as the surrounding hills and mountains, enhance the overall experience. If you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of Sagarmatha National Park's wild goats and pheasants.

You'll take a break from Sansa. You can take in the magnificent views of Thamserku and Ama Dablam from this location. Monjo can be reached by following the trail through some lush forests. You stay here for the night.

Day 15:Lukla - YMH

  • Max Altitude2860 m
  • AccommodationYeti Mountain home
  • MealsBLD

You will discover that the 10 kilometers or so of walking to Lukla are not nearly as difficult as they appear, despite the fact that the sheer distance can seem daunting. This is due to the moderate descent of the trek to Monjo. Even though there are a few ascents you need to make, none of them are nearly as hard as the ones you took on your way to Base Camp.

In addition, the amount of time you spent walking will have prepared your body for the gradual ascents that lie ahead. You will reach Lukla, the final resting place in the Everest Region before traveling to Kathmandu, after hiking for six to seven hours.

Day 16:Kathmandu

  • Max Altitude1400 m
  • AccommodationMarriott Hotel
  • MealsBLD

The majority of flights in Lukla take place in the early morning because of the extremely variable weather. The golden hue of the Sun is also best seen in the early mornings when it is rubbed beautifully against the mountains of the Everest region. On this flight, you get to see the mountains of the Everest region in all their gold glory for the very last time.

You can shower and get ready for walks around the Kathmandu valley when you arrive in Kathmandu. This day will be your last chance to buy souvenirs for your loved ones back home because you will be returning the following day.

Day 17:Rest day in Kathmandu

  • Max Altitude1400 m
  • AccommodationMarriott Hotel
  • MealsBLD

After the completion of the Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek and a flight back to Kathmandu, you will rest today. You can also have a good time shopping for souvenirs that you want to take back home. Besides, you can also explore a few museums or other places which might interest you. 

Day 18:Fly Back Home

    The Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek will come to an end today when you return home. Before you leave for the airport, be sure to check your travel documents. We hope that your excursion with Sublime Trails was as exquisite as we always strive for. We hope you will get in touch with us if you want to stay longer in Nepal or go somewhere else.

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    What's Included

    • Mariott Kathmandu hotel for 4 nights
    • Yeti Mountain Home Accommodation in Namche and Manjo
    • Everest Summit Lodge in  Lukla, Tasinga, and the Best Available rooms remaining nights
    • Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner during the trek inside the accommodation.
    • All land transportation with pickups and drops
    • Domestic Flight to Lukla and back
    • Fresh fruits service during the trek
    • Professional, friendly trekking guide and Assistant guide for the trek ( 1 Assistant guide will be provided between 7 people)
    • 1 porter for two people (A porter can carry up to 30 kg)
    • Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Fee
    • TIMS Card
    • Down jacket, a Sleeping bag which should be refunded to the company after the trip
    • Necessary paperwork with the government of Nepal and the Tax department
    • All the necessary insurance for the guides and porters
    • First Aid service in case of minor injuriesSalary, food, and accommodation for guides and porters
    • One-Day Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu

    What's not Included

    • 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, etc.)
    • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
    • Nepal entry visa fee
    • Tipping for the Sublime crew


    Hotel Marriott Kathmandu - Deluxe Room

    Hotel Marriott Kathmandu - Deluxe Room

    Marriott Hotel - Kathmandu

    Marriott Hotel - Kathmandu

    Yeti Mountain Home - Phakding, Manjo & Namche

    Yeti Mountain Home - Phakding, Manjo & Namche

    A luxury Resort in Mount Everest region.

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    Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Accommodation

    It is worth noting that we serve you in the best places for accommodation during the Luxury Everest Trek. The first of these is Hotel Marriott in Kathmandu. It is a remarkably luxurious place for accommodation located at the heart of Kathmandu city.

    After you take a flight to Lukla, you will be spending your nights in the coziest accommodation such as the Yeti Mountain Home, Everest Summit Lodge, and many other lodges. These lodges are the state-of-the-art houses of the designated villages you will be staying during the nights.

    These places come with warmer dining rooms that blanket you around with extra warmth. We provide an extra blanket to cover the freezing cold temperature.

    Meals on Everest Luxury Trek: 

    3 meals a day will be served during the trek. Each of the meals comes with soup, a main course, and dessert for dinner. We ensure that the food comes from the best available farming practices that cut down on the carbon footprints of agriculture.

    We design the meals in such a way that you get sated after your meal but do not feel heavy enough that trekking becomes sluggish. A morning round of tea and coffee is a must on our menu. And the dose for this body-warming, sensitivity-alerting drink will go as high as 5 times a day.

    Why Choose Everest Luxury Trek?

    The Everest Luxury Lodge is for all. While other treks in the Everest region might be a tad fast-paced or might not cater to the individual needs of people who are not at the prime of their physical prowess, the luxury trek has been designed such that every trekker might have the best chance of making it to the Everest Base Camp.

    Given that this trek stretches for 18 days in comparison to the two-week itinerary for the EBC trek, This trek is slower and can come with a lot of benefits for people who come with kids or with their romantic partners on their honeymoon. Let’s take a look at how.

    Best for Senior Citizens

    Senior citizens over 55 years of age are the ones who might reap the most benefits from the Everest Base Camp Luxury trek. As you get older, you might have a lot of spare time- maybe you have hung up your working boots and have a lot of time to spend.

    Besides, going slow can help you not stretch your physical limits to a maximum. And we all know that healing takes a tad longer as your body ages. And as a senior citizen, you will also like to be wrapped up by an extra layer of luxury as you are trekking.  And these are precisely the things you are looking for during the EBC luxury trek.

    It best for Families with Kids

    If you are coming with your family, all of them might not sync with regard to their physicality. In such a case, there will be someone who is really sprightly, and there will be someone who is a tad sluggish. And while trekking, it becomes really important to cater to the ones who are a tad slow-paced.

    And it is also needless to say that your kids might not have as much as trekking as you do. So the Everest luxury trek accommodates their interest to go slow. Besides, the children might be vulnerable to cold and altitude sickness. So it becomes mandatory for you to give them whatever luxury you can during the trek.

    Best for Honeymoon Couples

    All in all, the Everest Base Camp Luxury trek is the best for those who want to trek with ultimate comfort and ease. And that might include your romantic partner, kids, parents, or anyone who is looking for maximizing the pleasure of trekking to the Base Camp.

    Luxury Everest base camp trek Cost: 

    The cost of a luxury Everest base camp trek is higher than the regular Everest base camp trek. And the math for it is quite simple. You will be staying In the Khumbu region for a longer number of days than your standard Everest Base Camp Trek. You will also be staying in the more luxurious lodges during the trek. Also, the meals we serve are the best. And as we all know, getting the best things costs more than usual.

    Alternative Itinerary of EBC luxury trek - Helicopter return from Gorakshep

    There is another, perhaps swiffer, way to complete the Luxury Way trek. And that too, in a shorter span of time. You can do this by returning after getting to the Everest Base Camp on a chopper.

    There are plenty of people to whom this option would come in handy. First, if you don’t have as much time to complete the EBC Luxury lodge trek as our itinerary demands, you can return to Kathmandu on a helicopter. In addition to saving time, it also gives you the option to see the EBC and the beautiful peaks that surround it in a different way.

    Further, there are also people who might find trekking downhill putting a lot of strain on their knees. So you can trek to Namche Bazaar or Hotel Everest View in the luxurious accommodation, and then take a chopper to EBC and back

    Best time to do the Everest base camp Luxury trek: Sep- December, March to May

    The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp Luxury Tour would either be the spring or autumn season. The former of the two seasons falls from March-May and the latter of these is from September to December. The peak number of hikers and mountaineers would be seen trekking during these two seasons.

    Winter, on the other hand, is the best time to go on a peaceful hike. Due to the extreme cold, a trek there during the peak winter months might be difficult. However, the early winter months, when the trekking crowds have slowed down, might be the best time to go if you've done some cold-weather trekking in the past.

    In addition, some individuals prefer to customize the Everest Base Camp Luxury trek by taking a helicopter after reaching the Everest Base Camp or reaching some other destination. You can trek to Namche Bazaar or Hotel Everest View before taking a helicopter to Base Camp or the Gokyo lakes. You can complete this journey at any time of year as long as the weather is pleasant and visibility is good.

    However, you can do it in the summer as well with caution. And that would definitely include taking the appropriate trekking gear, and a lot of experience. However, because the mountains are difficult to see during this time of year, you may need to stay an additional day or two to get the views you want.

    Luxury lodge Everest base camp Trek guide and porters:

    Even though you can do the Luxury Lodge Everest Base Camp trek on your own without a guide, Sublime Trails has the best guides for you. This is due to the fact that the trek can present unexpected obstacles, such as altitude sickness, trek-related falls, cramps, and getting lost in dense forests. Treks can also become nightmares if you don't have the right resources and the ability to deal with the circumstances. The guides will take care of exactly that.

    In addition, you ought to have some understanding of the fascinating past, religious practices, and cultural practices of the various destinations you will visit. These topics are well-understood and can be even more well-narrated by Sublime Trails' guides. As a result, they will always be available to answer your questions about the societal/cultural/religious dimensions of your queries about the Khumbu region. 

    Porters are also very important because they make sure your backpack won't be too heavy when you get to Everest Base Camp. You might want to get rid of the bulky items you might be bringing for the trek, especially if you are going with a group. As a result, people will be less likely to experience altitude sickness, which is characterized by physical exhaustion and fatigue.

    Additional Information

    Cultural richness

    Sherpa is the inhabitants of the Everest region, making the area a hub for ethnicity and preserved cultures. Everyone here practices Buddhism and celebrates Buddhist festivals throughout the year.

    As you hike to Everest Base Camp, you'll witness countless Stupas, Stone Sculptures, Cravings of Buddhist Mantras, and much more. These elements make the region culturally affluent.

    Also, the Sherpa lifestyle, attire, and languages are the best in Khumbu.

    Diverse flora and fauna

    Everest region is rich in diverse flora and fauna, just like its richness in mountains, peaks, and inspiring landscapes. Birds, mammals, rare snow leopards, red pandas, and other animals belong to the Everest region. Also, the various plant species, including Pine, Birch, Juniper, Oak, and several medicinal herbs, are a treasure to this landscape.

    While on the Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge trek, you'll have the opportunity to glance at these beautiful aspects of the Everest region.

    Trekkers' Safety and Security

    Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek guarantees your 100% safe and sound trekking experience. Medical attention, helicopter evacuation, hygienic meals, safe drinking water, and 24/7 support throughout the trek ensure your utmost safety.

    The Kathmandu Lukla flight is also safe and sound. If you feel scared of taking a flight, you can also take Kathmandu to Lukla Helicopter Flight to make the flight experience further adventurous.

    Guides and Porters' safety

    A trip can never be successful if the trek guides and porters are not secured. To secure your travel, Sublime Trails ensures the utmost safety and security of the principles and porters.

    We employ guides who are in perfect physical shape. Also, we only use trek guides who have been to Everest for years. Directions come with health insurance and also get immediate rescue in emergencies.

    Travel Insurance

    Your life may depend on having proof of travel insurance during an emergency helicopter rescue. Altitude sickness may make hikers quite unwell at particular occasions. As a last resort, a helicopter evacuation may be your best option. 

    When you're at a high altitude, having good travel insurance that covers your medical expenses and helicopter evacuation is important. Additionally, if you can show confirmation of travel insurance, helicopter firms will dispatch helicopters on time.

    Flight delays and transportation

    Flight delays to Lukla can happen on an average day due to sudden changes in weather in Lukla or by increased air traffic in Kathmandu. Everest Luxury Lodge Trek departs mainly in Spring and Autumn. Hence, these months are the best time known for clear weather and stable temperature.

    Flight cancellation barely happens during these months. However, we recommend you plan your trip duration to cope with the possible flight delays.

    Baggage and weight limit

    The two-week Everest Luxury Lodge trek takes place in the Everest area. Therefore, it would be helpful if you brought a good backpack for the excursion.

    Having said that, avoid packing extra items in the backpack since doing so would just add to its weight. You must now hire an additional trek porter to carry your gear. When you purchase this package from us, we only send one porter for every two trekkers, and a porter's maximum combined weight is 30 kg. If you can keep the weight under 15 kg, it will be okay.

    In a similar vein, airlines only permit 15kg per passenger. As a result, you will be charged more if the weight exceeds 15 kilos.

    Trekking gears for Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek

    Wearable gear is necessary for chilly nights and day excursions on Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek. For day excursions, fleeces, wind- and rain-resistant jackets, and thin sleeves are useful. A scarf and hat can protect the face from sunlight and frigid winds. In case of rain, it could be a good idea to carry a poncho. If not, a day hike won't require warm clothes.

    The best hiking footwear gives the maximum level of comfort on your day journey. Your legs won't be put under a lot of stress if you have proper hiking shoes. Trekking poles will also make it easier for you to climb and descend the trek route.

    In the morning and evening, the temperature at high altitudes drops to slightly below freezing. The typical nightly temperature is around -7 degrees in the spring and fall. Wearing thick layers of clothes is therefore necessary. Three-layered down jackets, wool hoodies, sweaters, thermal coats, and pants are all necessary items of clothing. Woollen gloves, neck warmers, and caps are also necessary. The best sleeping bags for overnight usage are multi-layered and zippered. When choosing a sleeping bag, look for ones designed for high-altitude camping.

    Tips for trek guides and porters

    Every trek guide and porter deserves a good tip at the end of the Everest Luxury Lodge Trek. We recommend you tip at least 10% of the trip cost as a tip to the porter and trek guides.

    Some trekkers even offer happy meals and leave their trekking gear to encourage the guides to keep working and delivering the best service.


    • The difficulty of Everest Base Camp trekking is strenuous. You have to walk almost 7/8 hours a day in temperatures as low as -15 degrees Celsius. In addition, the Strenuous trips are much longer than the Moderate Plus treks. The strenuous trips are on average 13-20 days in length. Trekking in such cold climatic conditions and for such a long period of time requires you to have a good level of physical fitness. Besides, you will also need mental toughness to complete these trips.

    • Cardio exercises like running, cycling and jogging for about 4-5 days a week for a couple of months before the trip can be very helpful. Other core strengthening and muscle endurance training can also be done in addition. Examining how your body reacts to increasing altitude will increase your trip success rate. To avoid altitude sickness, you should stay hydrated.

    • As altitude sickness is a major risk while having Everest Base Camp Trek, you should not rush while trekking. You need to make your trek slow and steady to get to the Everest Base Camp without getting exhausted. On average, you can walk 6-7 hours a day. However, the higher you go the more difficult it becomes to walk. While returning, you can return to Lukla just in three days as walking downward is relatively easy and there is no risk of AMS.

    Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek - In Comfort Reviews

    5.0based on 1 reviews
    • Scott Fletcher
      Scott FletcherApril 03, 2018

      Perfect Trek to EBC and back

      Getting to Everest Base Camp doesn't always have to be about giving up your normal way of life, not after Sublime Trails' Luxury Everest Base Camp trek. Obviously you have to trek for several hours a day but you after a long day, you can rest in luxurious accommodation and enjoy hot beverages and nice food. But, as you walk further, the places you will stay will be more simple but more than you would expect in such a rural area. I didn't think it was possible because I had already been to ABC and it was so hard for me to stay at tea houses, though the people were kind and did whatever they could. Well done guys, Thanks for the awesome trip.

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