13 Days Everest Base Camp TrekBack
Trip Facts Program Code: PTT-EBC Duration: 13 days Program Type: Private Maximum Altitude: 5545 m Minimum Pax: 2 Mode of Travel: Flight/Trekking Start Trip: Kathmandu End Trip: Kathamndu Program Grading: Moderate Driving Hour: 1 hours Driving Distance: 1 KM Trek Distance: 1 KM Flying Hour: 1 hours

Overview

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Everest base camp trek passes through the picturesque Sherpa villages like Namche, Khumjung, Thame or etc. This trek offers the best view of the Mt. Everest 8848m from the closer point called Kalapatter 5550m. Kalapatter is a hiking from Gorekshep where EBC trekkers stop for the last night. From Kalapatter the view of the Everest is seems in between Lhotse 8516m and Nuptse 7864m which is the most popular picture of Everest. Temperature in Everest Base Camp trek is expected bellow than zero almost all season. While passing the trail to the EBC there are many monasteries including Tengboache monastery. The trail passes with the carved Mani stone, Prayer flags, Prayer wheels and singing prayers for everyone's well-being.

Short Itinerary

Day 1:: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding: Our trekking guide will lead you to domestic airport to take a flight to Lukla which will take 45m. After arrive in Lukla we will meet our porter and after a tea/ coffee we will walk to Phakding which will take approximately 4hr. Over night in the lodge. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner at the lodge. LD
Day 2::Trek to Namche Basar 3440m. We start our trekking after the breakfast 8:00AM. Today we will walk around 6hr and it has a steep ascending before getting to Namche. From Namche we will have good view of Kwongde, Thamserku and Kusum Kangru Mountain. Over night in the lodge. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 3:: Acclimatization Day: Today is an easy day. Wake up and have a breakfast and after breakfast hike to Syanboache from where we will see the view of Mt. Everest, Amadablam and many other mountains. If you want you can further walk down to Khumjung where we can explore the first school of Sir Edmond Hillary and the sherpa village. Back to Namche and over night at the lodge. Today we will have a pack lunch and dinner at the lodge. BLD
Day 4:: Trek to Tengboache 3800m: Our trek will start after the breakfast. It will take approximately 5 hr to get to Tengboache. Tengboache is a old Monastery in the Khumvu region. After taking rest in the lodge we will visit to Monastery and talk to lama or can seat while they will have their rituals. Over night in the lodge. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 5::Trek to Pheriche 4280m: It will take approximately 5 hr. After we arrive in Pheriche we will take a rest. Pheriche has a medical center. There is a free clinic about the Mountain Sickness; they will have a free orientation about what are the sign symptoms of AMS and how to prevent. Evening back to lodge and night rest. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 6::Trek to Lobuche 4940m: Lobuche is not far but as we arrive above 4000. we must walk slowly. It will take approximately 5 hr walking easy walking. The towering Himalayas are just next to you from here. Overnight in the lodge at Lobuche. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 7:: Trek to Gorekshep 5200: Approximately 4hr to walk. In the afternoon we will hike to Everest Base Camp. Back to the lodge and rest. Lunch and dinner will be serve at the lodge. BLD
Day 8:: Hike to Kalapatter 5550m: This morning our guide will wake up early in the morning and we will hike to Kalapatter to see the Majestic Himalayas including Mt. Everest. Pumori, Cho Oyu, Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and many other Himalayan peaks. The stunning sunrise from the Himalayas, take a picture and back to the lodge to take a breakfast. After the breakfast our journey to the Himalayas starts to get back. Back to Lobuche. Overnight at lodge in Lobuche. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 9:: Trek to Dingboache 4360m: overnight at lodge in Dingbaoche. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 10::Trek to Pangboache 3990m: and overnight at Pangbaoche. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 11:: Trek to Monjo 2840: Overnight in the Monjo at lodge. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. BLD
Day 12:: Trek to Lukla: and take last night enjoy. Lunch will serve on the way and dinner will be at the lodge. Enjoy the last day dinner and can join a chill out party in some pub. Over night in the lodge. BLD
Day 13: Fly back to Kathmandu: Leave to Lukla and Everest mountain region with a life time memory in the morning. Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. Free in the afternoon. Over night in the lodge. (B)

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