Everest Base Camp Trek 14 days


14 Days






Guest House and Hotel

Best Season

Spring, Autumn




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Trip Highlight:

  • The trek begins with a thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small town in the Khumbu region.
  • The flight offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the surrounding landscape.
  • As you trek through the Khumbu region, you will have the opportunity to learn about the unique Sherpa culture and their way of life which are known for their hospitality and warmth.
  • The trek takes you through the Sagarmatha National Park which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The trek passes through Namche Bazaar, the bustling capital of the Khumbu region.
  • Explore Namche Bazaar which is the hub for trekkers and climbers and also offers stunning views of Mount Everest.
  • Visit Tengboche Monastery, one of the most significant Buddhist monasteries in the Khumbu region.
  • Kala Patthar, a rocky outcrop that offers the best close-up view of Mount Everest.
  • Trek to the base of the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest which is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that offers a sense of awe and accomplishment that few other treks can match.


Everest Base Camp trek 14 days

The Everest Base Camp trek 14 days is one of the most popular and adventurous treks in Nepal. It takes you through the stunning Khumbu region of the Himalayas, offering breathtaking views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), and Nuptse (7861m). The Everest region, nestled in the heart of the majestic Himalayas, is renowned for its breathtaking beauty and welcoming Sherpa community. The world’s tallest mountain, as well as Nepal’s culture and traditions, are all introduced to you on this trek.

The 14 days EBC trek usually starts from Lukla, which can be reached by a short flight from Kathmandu. From there, you will follow the trail through picturesque Sherpa villages, dense forests, and high suspension bridges over roaring rivers. As you climb higher, you will experience thin air and may face altitude sickness. So, it is essential to acclimatize properly and take rest days as needed. Along the way, you will pass through places like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, Dingboche, and Gorskshep, where you can witness the unique culture and traditions of the Sherpa people.

Everest Base Camp is the ideal combination of breathtaking vistas of many of the world’s highest mountains and unique Sherpa culture. Lonely Planet, the top travel guidebook publisher in the world, has selected the Everest Base Camp journey as the 4th best trek in the world. The trek travels past Sherpa communities, and glaciers, and finally arrives at the base of Mount Everest.

Mount Everest Base Camp is considered a dream destination for many adventure enthusiasts and hikers around the world. Along the way, trekkers can also experience the unique culture and traditions of the Sherpa people, who are renowned for their mountaineering skills. Reaching the base camp of Everest is a significant accomplishment for many people. It is a place that holds a special significance in the world of mountaineering and adventure travel. Standing at the base of the world’s tallest peak is a humbling experience, and it provides a sense of achievement and accomplishment that few other places can match.

For those who are unable to climb Mount Everest themselves, visiting the base camp is still an incredible experience. And for those who are unable to trek to Everest Base Camp, our company provides a Luxury Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp which is most suitable for any person. It is an opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas up close and to be inspired by the stories of those who have dared to conquer the world’s highest peak.

A 14-day trek to Everest Base Camp will lift you about 5,364 meters above sea level. It offers expansive views of numerous 8,000-meter-high mountains. Along with the famous Mt. Everest itself, you may see an amazing perspective of the peaks of Pumori, Lhotse, Nuptse, Lobuche, and others. This exhilarating journey begins with a quick flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a stunning Sherpa village. You’ll be in awe of the magnificent vistas of the towering Himalayas from the moment you set out on your trip, as you’ll be treated to your first spellbinding mountain views during the brief flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.

Your ultimate Everest trek will begin once you land in Lukla. You may get to various Sherpa settlements, including Phakding, Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gorakshep, by walking along well-established trails. You will not only travel over gorgeous snow-capped mountains in the EBC journey, but you will also gain an in-depth knowledge of Sherpa culture and traditions. There is a lot to discover and absorb along the trek to Everest Base Camp. You’ll be in awe when you see something amazing every day!

A trip to Kala Patthar (5,550m/18,204ft), another notable aspect of this trek, is included. It offers one of the best vantage locations for seeing Mount Everest, which is the tallest mountain in the world. The trek’s highest point is the Kala Patthar viewpoint, where you may obtain breathtaking views of some of the world’s tallest peaks higher than 8,000 meters. A 360-degree panoramic image of the mountains will be presented to you, showing Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Pumori, and Mt. Ama Dablam. So that you can stand here with pride and enjoy the most breathtaking vista of your life.

Graceful Adventure is a well-reputed and registered company in Nepal that provides the best package for the Everest Base Camp trek. We can arrange the accommodation, accessibility, and other amenities service as per your request and preference. Our company provides well-experienced and professional guides and porters for EBC trek who have depth knowledge about the geographic condition of that region.

Everest Base Camp trek 14 days route

Mount Everest Base Camp trek starts with the stunning 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Marks. In Lukla, the trek begins and concludes. On the way to Namche Bazaar, the trek begins along the bank of the Dudh Koshi River and travels through Sagarmatha National Park. The main trading hub and well-known acclimatization destination in the Everest region are Namche. Even if the trek is difficult, you’ll be motivated to continue by the stunning views of lush forests, farmland, hills, and mountains. After acclimatizing for a day, we will leave Namche Bazaar and carry on our journey to Tengboche. When we get there, we go to the renowned Tengboche Monastery. From here, we will proceed on foot to Dingboche and eventually Lobuche. You will be able to see many other peaks while hiking, including Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Ama Dablam.

We walk to Gorak Shep and go to EBC while traveling next to the Khumbu Glacier. EBC is the dreamland for most people around the world. From the EBC camp, you can see the Khumbu Glacier, which is the deepest glacier in the world. We spend the night there after returning to Gorak Shep. The next morning, we trek to the top of Kala Patthar to catch the sunrise over Mount Everest and other peaks. We return to Gorak Shep after taking some time to take in the beauty before making our way down to Pheriche Village. Following our steps from Tengboche to Namche, we pass through lush pine and rhododendron forests. Once in Lukla, the journey is over and you take a flight back to Kathmandu.

Best time to visit Everest Base Camp Trek 14 days

The best season for trekking to Everest Base Camp is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season which falls from March to May and the post-monsoon (Autumn) season which falls from September to November. During these seasons, the weather is relatively stable and clear, making it easier to trek and get a clear view of the mountains.


Trekking to Everest Base Camp during the autumn season is an excellent option for those looking to enjoy cooler temperatures, clear skies, and stunning views of the Himalayas. Autumn is the driest season in the Everest region, with mild temperatures during the day and cold temperatures at night. The average daytime temperatures range from 10 °C  to 15 °C and drop from -10°C to -15 °C at night. During the autumn season, the skies are usually clear, providing trekkers with excellent views of the surrounding mountains, including the mighty Mount Everest.

The autumn season is the most popular time to trek to Everest Base Camp, so expect to encounter more crowds on the trails and in the teahouses. The trials are generally in good condition during the autumn season, with the monsoon rains have passed, making it easier to trek without getting stuck in muddy paths.


The spring season is characterized by warm weather, clear skies, and blooming rhododendron forests which is considered one of the best times to do this trek. During this time, the weather is generally stable, with mild temperatures, clear skies, and low humidity. The trek is very popular during this time, so you will have plenty of company on the trail. You can expect to see many other trekkers, and there will be lots of opportunities to meet trekkers. In addition to the favorable weather conditions, the spring season also brings with it a stunning display of wildflowers and rhododendrons in bloom, adding to the beauty of the already spectacular mountain scenery.


Everest Base Camp trek during the monsoon season can be challenging due to the heavy rainfall and cloudy skies, but it can also be a unique and rewarding experience. During the monsoon season, the Everest region receives heavy rainfall, and the temperature is relatively warm. The average daytime temperature ranges from 15°C to 20°C and drops to 5 °C to 10°C at night. While the views of the mountains may be limited due to the cloudy and misty weather, the landscapes are lush and green, and the waterfalls and rivers are at their most impressive.

The monsoon season is the least popular time to trek to Everest Base Camp, so you are likely to encounter fewer crowds on the trails and in the teahouses. The trails can be muddy and slippery during the monsoon season, making the trek more challenging. However, with proper equipment and caution, it is still possible to complete the trek.


Trekking to Everest Base Camp during the winter season is a challenging but incredibly rewarding experience. The weather during the winter season is cold, with temperatures dropping as low as -20°C at higher altitudes. The days are relatively clear, but the nights are cold, and there can be occasional snowfall. The clear skies provide excellent views of the surrounding mountains, and the snowy landscapes are stunningly beautiful. The winter season is the least popular time to trek to Everest Base Camp, so expect to encounter very few crowds on the trails and in the teahouses.

The trails are likely to be covered with snow and ice, making them more challenging to trek. However, with proper equipment and caution, it is still possible to complete the trek. During the winter season, the days are shorter, with less daylight. It’s important to plan your trek accordingly and to make sure you have proper lighting for trekking in the dark. It’s important to be well-equipped, physically fit, and mentally prepared for the journey.

Major destination to visit while doing the Everest base camp Trek 14 days 

Namche Bazar

As the entrance to Mount Everest and the hub of the Khumbu region, Namche Bazar is well known as a resting place for hikers in the Everest region. The area is oddly shaped like a horseshoe, and it is encircled by stunning mountains including Kongde Ri, Thamserku, Kusum Khangaru, and many others.

Once you reach Namche Bazaar, you can find luxurious hotels, lodges, three museums, a stupa, a monastery, a number of cafes and bakeries, shops selling trekking supplies, banks, and shops. Nearly all trekkers, climbers, and hikers spend at least two additional nights in Namche as part of their acclimatization before continuing further into the mountains.


The largest Buddhist monastery in Nepal is Tengboche Monastery, also known as Dawa Choling Gompa in the Khumbu, Everest region.  It is located in the town of Tengboche at a height of 3870 meters. Due to its close ties to Tibet’s Rongbuk Monastery, this monastery receives thousands of visitors each year. Visitors to the monastery light butter candles and invoke the gods’ protection for their health, safety when mountaineering, and safe journey.

In the Khumbu region, Tengboche Monastery serves as the Sherpa community’s spiritual home and is renowned for its breathtaking setting and panoramic Himalayan views. Snow-capped mountains, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku, surround the monastery. Around 60 monks live in the monastery, which is also the location of a number of valuable religious including a 20-foot statue of Buddha, ancient scriptures, and murals.

Everest Base Camp

Everest base camp is highly prioritized among trekkers and most visit the place in the Himalayan. The base of Mount Everest, the world’s tallest mountain, is where the Everest Base Camp is situated. Views of Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, are breathtaking from Everest Base Camp. For climbers attempting to reach the summit of Mount Everest, it serves as their starting point. On a glacier, at a height of roughly 5364 meters above sea level, is where you’ll find Everest Base Camp.

The Everest Base Camp is regarded as one of the most famous locations in the world for treks. The opportunity to explore the Sherpa culture and breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas are both provided by this location.

Suspension Bridge 

The Hillary Suspension Bridge is a famous bridge in the Everest region of Nepal. It is named after Sir Edmund Hillary, the first person along with Tenzing Norgay to successfully climb Mount Everest in 1953. The bridge is located on the trail leading to the Everest Base Camp, between the villages of Namche Bazaar and Monjo.

The Hillary Suspension Bridges span the Dudh Koshi River and are approximately 120 meters long. It was built in 2016 to replace an older bridge that was damaged by the monsoon flood. The bridges provide a safe and convenient crossing for trekkers and locals alike, as well as stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. It has become a popular landmark and photo spot for those visiting the Everest region.



Highlights: Warm welcome and exploring the city

Accommodation: Kathmandu 3-Star Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Your first day begins with your arrival in Nepal. According to the information you have provided to us, one of our agents will be waiting to welcome you at the airport. You are brought to a luxurious hotel where you may relax for the rest of your day.

Walking Distance: 8km (3-4 hours)

Flight time: 35 min

Highlights: Breathtaking scenic mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (Tenzing Hillary Airport) is a short flight with a mesmerizing view of the hills and foothills of the Himalayas. When you arrive at the Lukla airport, our porters will collect your bags and the exciting journey to Phakding will begin. This simple 3–4-hour hike continues north through Chheplung and Chaurikharka villages before descending to Dudhkoshi Ghat. The trekking trail follows the Dudhkoshi river bank till it reaches Phakding. Enjoy the spectacular scenic beauty, deep gorge, Sherpa settlements, blooming rhododendrons, farming terraces, magnolia trees, and pine forests on the way to Phakding. After you have reached Phakding, you can visit the local monastery and take a good night’s rest to prepare for the next day’s trek.

Walking Distance: 10-12 km (5-6 hours)

Highlights: Explore Namche Bazaar known as the gateway to Mt. Everest and the main

The marketplace of the Khumbu region and the bakeries are famous

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Hurray! One great adventure of a lifetime; today is the day you are going to have the first glimpse of Mt. Everest with your own eyes standing in front of you with the glory being the Highest Mountain in the world. After having breakfast at Phakding, we will gear up and head towards Namche Bazaar, the biggest Sherpa village in Nepal. As we move forward from Phakding along the Dudhkoshi River banks, we’ll encounter a series of suspension bridges one of which is the Hillary Suspension Bridge. Then, through the pine forest to Monjo, we reach the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park where our permits are checked and registered. This National Park is known for its rare species of animals such as the Himalayan Thar, Red Panda, Himalayan Bear, and many more. Then we descend to the Dudhkoshi River, viewing Mani stones along the way to Jorsale and finally Namche Bazaar. It’s a tough hike, but the view of Everest from Namche Bazaar is breathtaking and worth the hike.

Trekking hours: Approximately 6 hours

Highlights: Khumjung Village, Sherpa museum

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

After a tough hike, this day is for relaxing and allowing your body to adapt to the high-altitude atmosphere. You can either walk nearly 2 hours uphill to Everest viewpoint where you can see the magnificent mountains and green hills or you can spend the day at the highest altitude market visiting nearby places like the Sherpa museum and learning about the Sherpa culture and history of Sherpa mountaineering, monasteries, Buddhist stone monuments and the market itself.

Walking Distance: 10km (6 hours)

Highlights: Tengboche Monastery and the views of the Himalayas

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

On this day we leave Namche Bazaar and make our way up toward the Everest Base Camp. This trek can be a little tough but the fascinating view of the Himalayas visible from Mongla Pass (Altitude 3975m) makes the trek worthwhile. You get a glimpse of the famous legendary mountain Ama Dablam along with Mt. Thamserku and Mt. Khumbila which is regarded as the sacred mountain of the patron god of the Khumbu region. Perfect views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamserku, Tawachee, Kangtega, and Kwangde are some of the other incredible examples of the gorgeous Himalayas that will make you forget all the tediousness of walking ups and downs the trail with adding value by visiting the largest monastery of Khumbu region Tengboche monastery where you get blessings and have chance to meet people who come for blessings for the successful summit of Everest.

Highlights: Soaring Mountain views of Taboche, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Mt. Cholatse, etc.

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

On the sixth day, the trip continues through the thick rhododendron, conifer, and birch forest to Deboche through a suspension bridge over the Imja River, with a stunning view of Mt. Ama Dablam. On our way, we will come across various Sherpa villages which also include Pangboche village, the biggest settlement of Sherpas in this region. Ascending further on the way gives you eye-catching scenes of mountains, i.e., Mt. Taboche, Mt. Nuptse, and Mt. Cholatse, among others. When you reach the destination for the day, Dingboche, you will notice and love the change in landscape from trees to shrubs, and a dessert-like feeling strikes you.

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

The altitude has reached above 4000m in the span of a short period. This may cause altitude sickness hence our body needs to adjust to the climate. Short walks around the local area are an important part of acclimatization. The trek to the Chhukung Valley and its surroundings allows you to witness an amazing view of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Makali, Cholatse, Taboche, Lobuche, and Cho-Oyu. After sightseeing, you will return to Dingboche and have the rest of the night to relax.

Walking Distance: 11-12 km (6-7 hours)

Highlights: Astonishing views of Pumori and Nuptse mountains

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

After having breakfast, we start our trek from Dingboche to Thulga. The trek gradually becomes challenging as the altitude increases. As the journey ascends to the Thukla Hills, you will soon find yourself walking beside the Khumbu Glacier. The route’s big attraction is the close-up view of Mt. Pumori and Mt. Nuptse. Finally, you cross the valley to the Yak grazing land at Lobuche. Because we are approaching the snow line and practically at the greatest height, expect a chilly night.

Walking Distance: 15km (6-8 hours)

Highlights: Gorak Shep, Khumbu Glacier, and Everest Base Camp

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

The easy trail of one hour and climbing a steep trail of one and a half hours will lead you to Gorak Shep. Again, the beautiful mountains and scenery all around after you reach your destination are astonishing. Your belongings are to be left at Gorak Shep while you hike up to Base Camp. As you arrive at Everest Base Camp, during spring, you might get a chance to meet Everest climbers. The sight of the world’s deepest glacier, Khumbu Glacier is also visible.

Walking Distance: 12-13 km (5-6 hours)

Highlights: Kala Pattar, for the 360-degree panoramic and sunrise view of Everest and neighboring mountains.

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

On Day 10, the day starts early in the morning at Gorak Shep as we hike our way up to Kala Patthar to view the sunrise at Mt. Everest and other mountains like Nuptse, Khumbutse, Changtse, and Lhotse. With the heavenly pleasure of the pictures of Everest and the neighboring mountains, we descend back to Gorak Shep for breakfast and trek down to the Pheriche where we stay for the night.

Walking Distance: 13-15 km (7-8 hours)

Highlights: Tengboche Monastery and the Namche Bazaar.

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

As you gently descend the treeline area to Namche Bazaar passing through Debuche and Tengboche on the way, you leave behind the glorious and majestic up-close view of mountains at the horizon. We arrive at Namche in the late afternoon and it’s time to get your souvenirs at the market. Cherish your accomplishment.

Walking Distance: 16km (6-7 hours)

Highlights: Explore Lukla Valley and enjoy the final walk in the Everest region

Accommodation: Basic Teahouse

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

After breakfast, we retrace our steps through the rhododendron forest to the valley foothill alongside the Dudhkoshi River, crossing a series of suspension bridges. After arriving in Lukla, we celebrate the journey’s win that others only dreamed of, and the success is due to the outstanding teamwork, therefore we’re celebrating the trek crew with a party tonight.

Accommodation: Kathmandu 3-Star Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

This is your final day in the mountains; you will fly back to Kathmandu early in the morning, leaving the spectacular and fascinating scenery on the way back with the last glimpse of snow-capped mountains. You will be escorted to your hotel, and the rest of the day will be spent celebrating your accomplishment. You can discuss with us if you have lots of time and plans to visit other areas. In the evening, there will be a farewell party.

Our company representative will drive you to the international airport. If you have enough time then we will take you sightseeing where you can do shopping.


  • Airport pick up and drop off service
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight fare
  • Full Board Plan (breakfast, lunch, dinner, accommodation, tea or coffee) during trek,
  • Hotel in Kathmandu with BB plan
  • Trekking guide and porters(one guide for a group and 1 porter for each two)
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit
  • TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management Systems)
  • All government taxes
  • Food, accommodation, insurance, salary for the trekking guide /porters
  • Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and return back Lukla to Kathmandu for guest and guide.
  • Welcome dinner.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Your travel insurance
  • International flight and departure tax
  • Any expense of personal nature
  • Bar Bill (water, Beer, Tea , coffee)
  • Nepal entry visa fee US 30 (Duration 60 days from date of issue)
  • Your personal nature expenses such as bar bill, laundry, beverages
  • Not mention above including cost

Food & Accomodation:

Food and Accommodation on Everest Base Camp Trek

During their trek to Everest Base Camp, all traveler’s primary priorities are food and lodging. We can offer outstanding lodge homes and hotels despite the fact that Everest is located in a remote area of the country where there are no 5-star hotels. The trek lasts 11 nights in total, including an additional 2 days in Kathmandu. In hotels, twin-sharing is the norm, while single bedrooms can be arranged upon request.

Tea houses are the most common form of accommodation on the Everest Base Camp trek, with options ranging from basic dormitory-style rooms to private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Most tea houses have communal dining areas, and some even have Wi-Fi and hot showers (for an additional fee).

Food is necessary during the trek. The most important source of energy for the trip is food burning. In Nepalese, the term “Dal Bhat power, 24 hours” refers to the ability to survive for practically a day after consuming dal bhat. The national dish is dal bhat, but you can also request cuisines like momo noodle soups, Sherpa cuisine, or other regional specialties including curries, lentils, and veggies.

The menu often includes items like bread, eggs, pizza, prawns, Momo, ramen noodles, and desserts like ice cream, oatmeal, and steaks. Nobody has to worry about their meals because we make a thorough list of your preferences and include it in the hotel and other accommodations where you will be staying while on the Everest Base Camp trek.

Avoiding dairy items, hard drinks, and beverages with a lot of caffeine is strongly advised because they could negatively affect your physiology and health at higher altitudes

Essential Info:

Acclimatization on Everest Base Camp Trek 

Acclimatization is a critical aspect of the Everest Base Camp Trek because the altitude can have a significant impact on the body, causing altitude sickness or acute mountain sickness (AMS). AMS is caused by reduced air pressure and lower oxygen levels at high altitudes, and it can cause symptoms such as headaches, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue.

To acclimatize properly during the Everest Base Camp Trek, it is essential to follow these tips:

  • Gradual Ascent: The key to acclimatizing is to ascend gradually. You should not climb too quickly, as it can increase the risk of altitude sickness. Therefore, it is advisable to follow the recommended itinerary for the Everest Base Camp Trek, which includes regular acclimatization days.
  • Hydration: It is crucial to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, especially at higher altitudes. Aim to drink at least 3-4 liters of water per day to avoid dehydration, which can exacerbate altitude sickness.
  • Rest: Take plenty of rest breaks throughout the trek, especially on acclimatization days. Resting helps your body to adjust to the altitude and recover from physical exertion.
  • Altitude Medication: Some trekkers may benefit from taking medication to prevent or treat altitude sickness. Consult with a doctor before the trek and carry the necessary medications with you.
  • Avoid Alcohol and Smoking: Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking, as they can worsen altitude sickness symptoms and hinder acclimatization.
  • Monitor Symptoms: Keep a close eye on any symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches, dizziness, nausea, and fatigue. If you experience any serve symptoms, it is best to descend to a lower altitude immediately and seek medical attention.

Equipment Required for Everest Base Camp Trek


  • Down sleeping bag (you can borrow with us)
  • Down Jacket (according to the Season)
  • Fleece linear
  • Walking Poles
  • Water bottles and water purification tablets
  • Sun block cream
  • Lip Guard
  • Hand wash liquid
  • Toiletries Kit

Upper Body

  • Sun hat
  • Glacier glass
  • Head torch
  • Ear-muffler and neck warmer


  • T-shirt
  • Light Jacket
  • Water and Windproof Jacket
  • Shirts
  • Light and Warm thermal tops


  • Hand gloves

Lower Body

  • Long and Short trekking pants
  • Water and Windproof trekking trousers


  • Thin and Thick Shock
  • Trekking Boot, Light Boot, and Slipper

Medicine and First Aid Kits

(Our guide will carry a first aid kit bag during the trek. We will recommend carrying your personal first aid kit bag if necessary)

  • Headache and fever medicine
  • Burnt cream
  • Antibiotics
  • Ibuprofen for general ache and pain
  • Blister treatment such as hand plants and aids, some waterproof tape, and anti-infection.


Trekking Difficulties

The Everest Base Camp trek is considered a challenging trek and requires a good level of physical fitness and endurance. The trek includes numerous rough and difficult path parts as well as lengthy, steep ascents and descents. The difficulty of the walk is significantly influenced by altitude. The trail rises to a height of over 5000 meters (16,400 feet), and trekking at such elevations can be physically taxing and dangerous for one’s health.

However, with adequate preparation and training, the Everest Base Camp trek can be completed by people of all ages and fitness levels. It is important to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and take breaks when needed. Hiring a knowledgeable guide and carrying appropriate gear is also essential for a safe and successful trek.

Trekking cost

The lodging, facilities, and accessibility you use during the journey will determine how much it will cost you to trek to Everest Base Camp. Our starting price is USD$ 0.000. However, the cost has increased in line with the amenities and services.

Guide and porter

Anyone seeking to experience the natural splendor of Nepal should go on the Everest Base Camp Trek. Regardless of whether you are trekking alone, with friends, or with family, this journey will undoubtedly be a wonderful adventure. While it is possible to trek alone, please be aware that rules demand that international visitors have a guide and porter.

English-speaking, highly skilled, and experienced guides and porters who are famous for their politeness and friendliness are available from us. You will be introduced to Nepalese culture and customs by our team, and if necessary, we can set up a translator to help you.

Our 14-day trekking program is most appropriate for group treks. We provide porters because we have to transport personal items. It’s important to pack efficiently because each porter is only permitted to carry 20 to 25 kg.

Depending on the size of the group, we will provide the following number of guides and porters:

  • For 1 or 2 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 1 porter.
  • For 3, 4, or 5 trekkers, we provide 1 guide and 2 porters.
  • For 6 or 7 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 3 porters.
  • For 8 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 9 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 1 assistant guide, and 4 porters.
  • For 10 trekkers, we provide 1 guide, 2 assistant guides, and 5 porters.

For your best experience, kindly take note that our guide and porter services are customized to the number of trekkers in your group. You may be sure that your journey will be both safe and fun due to our knowledgeable guides and porters.

Everest Base Camp trekking permit

To protect the natural splendor of Mount Everest and other summits in the Himalayan range, the government of Nepal charges permits and entry fees. For Everest Base Camp, you need the following permits:

  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit (NPR 2000 per person)
  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit (NPR 3000 per person)

Important Documents and Information to get these permit

  • 2 passport-size photos
  • Photocopy of your passport
  • Dates when your trek starts and ends
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Travel Insurance Detail


Drinking Water

Trekkers must drink plenty of water to keep their bodies hydrated and avoid altitude sickness (AMS, Acute Mountain Sickness). Three to four liters of water per day should be consumed while trekking to the EBC.

Instead of purchasing bottled water, we strongly advise you to carry one reusable water container that can hold hot water. Bottled water can be pricey on treks and contribute to thrashing issues around Mount Everest. Water purification tablets can be used to clean water. But after taking tablets, the flavor will change. Water should always be consumed after sufficient cleansing. At the teahouse, boiled water is offered for an extra fee.

Travel Insurance

A strong travel insurance policy that provides sufficient insurance for all of your activities is essential for the Everest Base Camp trek. During the entire trip, anything may happen. Although we are more concerned with safety, accidents, and emergencies that may happen where we are occasionally cannot be completely ruled out.

Your travel insurance plan should cover any medical issues you may experience while trekking, as well as physical injuries, helicopter evacuation, hospital costs, and other charges.

Electricity and Communication

In the city area, there will always be electricity and an internet connection. There may be power disruptions in some village areas during treks, though. Due to the overcrowded route and remote location, even in tea houses or lodges where you choose to stay, there can be extra fees for using electricity or internet services. Please be aware that there won’t be any access to electricity or the Internet during the journey. The tea houses or lodges where you will be staying are the best places to charge your electronic gadgets.

ATM and Currency Exchange

Travelers can easily obtain Nepalese currency in Nepal’s major urban centers of Kathmandu because of the abundance of easy ATMs and money exchange facilities that are available there. In remote locations, where only Nepalese money is used and modern banking facilities may be rare, these services might not be easily accessible.

Travelers are highly recommended to make plans ahead of time and convert their foreign currency for Nepalese currency before starting a trek to avoid probable inconveniences. This will guarantee that sufficient local currency is easily accessible to buy necessities like food, water, and other important goods while on the hike. The process can be sped up and unnecessary tension reduced by seeking advice from local currency exchange services in Pokhara or Kathmandu.

Vehicle Nepal Team 

A reputable and well-known adventure travel agency, Vehicle Nepal is situated in the stunning nation of Nepal and is officially registered as a company for tourism, and Vehicles. We specialize in providing outstanding trekking tours to visitors from around the world who want to discover the majestic Himalayas.

At Vehicle Nepal, we are dedicated to doing our work to the highest standard possible. We have built a reputation for offering an excellent level of service because our main objective is to make sure that our visitors have a safe and memorable journey.

Our team consists of up of experienced, dedicated guides, assistant guides, and porters who are passionate about making sure that our visitors have a pleasurable and memorable experience. We take pride in providing a selection of amenities and services that are intended to improve the overall trekking experience and make it more enjoyable and adventurous.

We are committed to exceeding the requirements and expectations of our cherished visitors, and we do everything in our ability to make sure that their trip is a success. We go above and beyond in offering individualized attention, first-rate service, and sincere care from the moment they arrive in Nepal until the end of their journey.


Tipping is an optional way for you to express appreciation for your services. You may want to leave a tip for the services you appreciate, or you may just want to express your gratitude in Nepali by saying “DHANYABAD.”

The final day of the vacation is typically when tips are given. Similar to this, trekkers are free to tip a hotel, lodge, or individual on whatever day they choose. trekkers are free to tip the hotel, lodge, or individuals whenever they like. Tipping is completely a matter of personal preference and perception.

Booking process

You can contact us in different ways to book a vehicle and also you have different payment options while booking the Everest Base Camp trekking. We accept:

  • Bank transfer

Bank transfer is available for international and domestic tourists. The bank details of our company are:

Account Name of the Company: Graceful Adventure Travel Pvt. Ltd

Name of Bank: Muktinath Bikas Bank LTD

Account No:2222530000591762

Account type: Current

  • Cash-in-hand

We also accept cash in hand for this trek, if you are near our office then you can visit an office. You should pay 30% in advance for the Everest Base Camp trek.

  • E-wallet like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips

E-wallets like e-Sewa, Khalti, or Connect Ips are also available in Vehicle Nepal. Nepalese and Indian citizens can use e-wallets like e-Sewa and Khalti for payment.


For further booking, you can contact us:

Kathmandu Office 9851219412 Whatsapp/Viber
E-mail ID Nepalvehicle123@gmail.com
Location of Office Z-street, Thamel-Kathmandu
Contact number 9851219412, (+977) 4700180


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Trekking with Graceful Adventure was a fantastic experience! The finest services and guides. I completed the EBC trek and I strongly recommend it to everyone else! Once-in-a-lifetime experience!

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My girlfriend and I recently visited the EBC. The hike was difficult at times but in the end, the amazing view of the mountains and the amazing people by my side made the whole experience worth it. The trip was so wonderful and I can’t put it into words. You just have to be there to understand this feeling of accomplishment.

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