12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek - All inclusive

Trip Overview
  • Duration 12 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionKalapathar, EBC
  • Maximum Altitude5365 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring/Autumn

12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek is Adventurers and adrenaline junkies worldwide are drawn to Mount Everest because of its towering summit. Many people join us on this 12-day guided adventure journey as we head to the world's tallest mountain base camp. Fly to Lukla Airport from Kathmandu, then take the trail that runs alongside the Dudh Koshi River's raging banks. Everest Base Camp is one of the most popular treks in the world. The 12-day Everest Base Camp trek will take you through some of the most stunning scenery in the world. You'll see up close the tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest. You'll also get to experience the culture of Nepal, meet friendly locals, and enjoy delicious Nepalese food. This trek is perfect for those who love hiking and being outdoors. It's also a great way to challenge yourself and push your limits.

If you're looking for an adventure of a lifetime, look no further than the 12-day Everest base camp trek. This group trekking experience takes you through some of the world's most beautiful and majestic scenery. You'll trek through September when the weather is perfect for hiking and May when the flowers bloom. Feel privileged if you are planning to journey this time. Fewer people will be around, and you'll spend more time in nature. The entire route will be yours! Spring is also a great time to go, as the Nepal countryside is blanketed in a beautiful green hue. Everyone enjoys spring. The mountains come to life in the spring, when the greenery blooms, the rhododendrons bloom, and all the animals emerge from hiding, especially if you are a trekker to Nepal. You would not want to miss the advantage of not traveling to the Everest Base Camp in May, as it is the final month of this magnificent Nepali spring. Your hiking trip in May will be enhanced by the numerous other travelers you'll encounter.

Trekkers can enjoy the clearest views when the weather is stable, and there are sunny days with a deep blue sky in October too. Clouds may occasionally obscure the view of snow-capped summits in the late afternoon. If not, you can see the region's countryside, mountains, and natural beauty. The nice weather makes the trek to Everest Base Camp in October more enjoyable. In contrast to the winter nights, the Everest region experiences bearable cold in October. In the Everest Base Camp, November marks the end of the hiking season. Another best trekking month in Everest is autumn, which lasts from September to November. This is also the last month before the winter season in the Everest region begins.

Everest Base Camp Trek is an incredible journey that takes you deep into the Nepalese Himalayas. The trek is a challenging but rewarding journey of around 12 days and covers more than 120 miles. Spring is also a great time to go, as the Nepal countryside is blanketed in a beautiful green hue. The winter is passed, and the sun is appreciated. This is how March comes into the light. Everest Base Camp in March is more pleasant due to the nice weather. The plants bloom, and those who come to trek and help you along the road are often happier.

Along with March, April also marks the beginning of the days getting longer, giving you plenty of time to enjoy and document the memories you make while on your Everest Base Camp trek in April. Moreover, due to off-the-beaten-path treks, long and tedious journeys, unsafe trails, and dangerous dense forest walking, single-solo trekking in the Himalayas may be more challenging than group one. When hiking there are several factors to consider including security, weather, wildlife, and injuries. When you walk in a group, you have protection in case an accident happens. However, traveling to the Everest base camp trek in a group makes the Everest Base Camp Trek safe, simple, enjoyable, and joyful. 

Everest Base Camp Trekking offers a significant involvement with broad perspectives of the absolute most impressive and lovely mountains globally. Trekkers say Everest Base Camp is among the most inspiring places. As you meet upbeat trekkers along the way and see profoundly energetic mountaineers getting ready to climb Mount Everest, you get the vitality to finish your trek. Mount Everest is known as Chomolungma in the Tibetan language. It means, ‘Mother Goddess of the Snows”. Everest is the star of the Himalayas and an irresistible lure to adventurers far and wide. No place is more strongly associated with MTS than Nepal since it is here that we laid the cornerstone of our passion for adventure in the late 1960s by organizing the first commercial treks in the country. 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek is the Trending Everest trekking package. 

Everest base camp trekking journey takes you to the foot of Everest, revealing the extravagant fantastic thing about the region on the means. You will  1st  visit pleasant  Nepal villages throughout the Everest base camp, trekking wherever you’ll meet friendly individuals, take in the colors, sights, and sounds of village life, and revel in stays at Sherpa-run lodges. Then you’ll head to the rocky heights of Kala Patar (5545m), where you’ll set your eyes on the remarkable face of Everest and trek to Base Camp, with its views 50-foot-tall. Everest base camp touring The experience of adventures and bravery. Alternatively, you can choose the Everest 3 high pass trek too.

What to Expect From the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trek?

  • 360-degree view of the Himalayas from Kala Patthar (5,643 m)
  • The best seasons and months for Everest Base Camp Trek are Spring and autumn (March-May & September-December).
  • The trail passes through Dudh Koshi Valley, Phakding, Pheriche, Namche Bazaar, and more.
  • Sherpa people are generally friendly, hospitable, and laid-back, yet they can occasionally become intolerant if you treat them with disrespect.
  • Although the food and lodging on the hike to Everest Base Camp are simple, they are more than sufficient.
  • Your adventure's physical aches and pains will soon go away, but you'll have a treasure trove of unforgettable memories instead.

12 Days Everest base camp trek Highlights

  1. Buddhist monasteries in Namche, Khumjung, Tengboche and Panboche.
  2.  Massive views of Ama Dablam from Mugla Pass
  3.  Sunrise views from Kalapathar with Mt Everest, Pumori, Nuptse, Lhotse, and many more
  4.  View of Khumbu Icefall and glacier
  5.  Spend two nights at Namche Bazaar, the bustling market town in the heart of Sherpa country
  6.  Spend several days through the homelands of the Sherpa people

12 Days Everest base camp trek Price in a group

Groups of five or more individuals are often seen joining together to partake in the experience of trekking in Nepal, traversing the majestic Himalayas during their journey. It is a popular vacation activity, allowing individuals to explore the area's nature and culture while interacting with the locals and other visitors. Such experiences are full of adventure and will likely create a lifetime of memories. Spiritual well-being and confidence levels are improved by solo trekking since you can overcome obstacles on your own. However, it is impossible to deny that group hiking is more enjoyable and accessible because there is support. Let's face it, the larger the group, the cheaper the package price is due to shared logistics. Likewise,s when the group moves forward efficiently and cooperatively, everything turns out the best. And that occurs when the team's strength is within a controlled range. The power of a group is its preparation, planning, and punctuality. Members become mentally and emotionally prepared by gaining hands-on experience in an unfamiliar environment. 

It is a good time for everyone, especially the solo traveler looking for a group to join the trek and climb in Nepal. It is an opportunity for solo travelers to meet people from other countries and share their culture, nature, landscapes, and previous travel experiences with others. You can choose popular group joining trekking and peak climbing packages like Annapurna base camp trek, Lobuche east peak climbs, Langtang Valley trek, and Manaslu circuit trek if you are interested. There are a lot of costs associated with Everest Base Camp in Nepal. When it comes to the price of a trek, there are three things you need to consider: the cost of the trek itself, the cost of equipment, and the cost of permits.

Cost of 12-Day Everest Base Camp 

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These prices are based on an average route. The price will change if you add new destinations or extend the itinerary by a few days. Additionally, the packages will all Include a set of advantages for your lodging, meals, and transportation; however, if you add additional benefits or services, there will be a fee you must pay.

Reasons to Choose 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek in a Group

  1. It cultivates trust because of limited resources and helps availability.

  2. Trekking to Everest Base Camp in a group builds strong relationships, which sometimes continue post-trek.

  3. Group trekking promotes cooperation through familiarity.

  4. It helps you to increase tolerance for and understanding of the flaws and qualities of others joining the trek.

  5. Major decisions, such as camp location, water points, pitching tents, digging waste pits, or the quantity and nature of provisions, are easily reached by the agreement and experiences of fellow trekkers.

  6. Due to collaborative efforts, smooth and fast communication, and the number of people, a group can efficiently deal with steep and tiring terrain.

  7. Trekking in a group to Everest Base Camp helps you learn trek technicalities. 

  8. People in a group can negotiate great discounts that you would never be able to get if you were traveling solo.

Why the 12 Days Everest base camp trek is popular 

You claim to be a fan of adventure, then. How about climbing Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world? You cannot simply add the tag "Adventurous" to your profile without first seeing its beauty with your own eyes or traveling through the area, even if you haven't reached its top. Everest offers the complete package: danger, adventure, stunning scenery, breathtaking mountain peaks, and more. You can always count on something. The scenery is spectacular. The route starts from the village of Pheriche and climbs through the Khumbu Icefall before reaching the Everest Base Camp at 18,000 feet. The views of the Himalayas are simply breathtaking, and the opportunity to see some of the world's highest peaks from close up is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Everest base camp trekking is one of the most popular adventure sports in the world. And for a good reason. The views from the top are breathtaking. It's also more accessible than you think - as long as you are adequately prepared! Here are three reasons why you need to experience this adventure for yourself. 

1. Incredible Views

Imagine taking in the stunning views from the top of Everest – all that snow and ice below you, and in the distance, the peaks of the Himalayas stretching as far as the eye can see. It's truly a sight to behold! 

2. Challenging and adventurous

Challenging but Not Too Difficult As long as you have the right gear and follow the necessary safety precautions, climbing Mt. Everest isn't too tricky. However, it is still a significant challenge – not to be taken lightly! This is why exercise is essential before going on this trip.

3. Get into the shape

A Chance to Get Fit While Hiking This trek is also an excellent way to get in shape. After all, you'll be hiking for hours each day, with constant changes in elevation and plenty of uphill climbs along the way. So what are you waiting for?

4. One of the world's top hiking routes

Unquestionably two-week walk to the Everest base camp in Nepal is one of the most popular treks. Mt. Everest may be towering ahead like a massive solid structure from the route. The routes go through the creaking mass of the Khumbu Glacier across winding rivers and gorgeous long suspension bridges. One can see Mount Everest rising ahead like a massive giant from the route. Likewise, the routes are lined with picturesque long suspension bridges, winding rivers, and the cracking Khumbu Glacier.

5. Experience one of the most exhilarating flights ever!

When you Google "world's most dangerous airport," Lukla, Nepal's Tenzing-Hillary Airport, frequently appears on the list. Not only is it one of the riskiest airports, but it's also one of the prettiest scenic airports. It's an adventure and a wonderful experience to fly into Lukla airport from Kathmandu. A steep, hilly scenery surrounds the Tenzing Hillary airport in Lukla. The runway is tiny, but the landing strip has a wall at one end and a vast valley at the other.

6. Kala Patthar offers the best morning views

Kala Patthar is an excellent location to observe the sunrise, sunset, and Mt. Everest's incredible splendor. If you want to see Mount Everest clearly and up close, go to Kala Patthar. Kala Patthar offers more than just a viewpoint at 5,643 meters for its visitors. A trek to Kala Patthar is a pilgrimage you will not forget for the rest of your life, as it is higher than four of the seven summits. You will be astounded to witness the sun rising behind Everest, Nuptse, Changtse, and Lhotse, the four highest peaks in the world.

7. Sleeping inside tents at Everest base camp

Everyone who likes adventure dreams about sleeping in Everest base camp. How could it not be when you trek to Everest base camp for two weeks and return home without spending time in Mount Everest's shadow? You can meet climbers seeking the Everest summit and hear fascinating stories about their prior adventures. Imagine, wouldn't that be an adventure of a lifetime? Viewing the tallest mountain in the world, Everest, as closely as you can and Crossing the luscious alpine woodland and the appealing Dudh Koshi River bank on foot is the best feeling. 

8. The Joy of Teahouses

Teahouses are currently the most excellent lodging option for travelers to the Everest region since they provide the simplest, most practical, and reasonably priced pay-as-you-go method for walking in some of the world's highest altitudes. The teahouses are relatively easy to locate. The majority of them immediately recognized thanks to the sizable placards that read "tea and coffee," "hot showers here," "we have electricity," and other things outside their doors. The Everest region is no exception to the small communities that mark Nepal's mountainsides and provide comfortable lodging in tea houses and lodges.

The world's most famous location will enchant you with the silence of the beautiful Himalayas and a fantastic vista of magnificent 8000-meter mountains. More than once is needed to explore the Everest base camp, so tourists visit Nepal multiple times. You don't have to be a mountain lover to desire to see Mount Everest, which is the highest point on Earth. This hike has so much more to offer than just the satisfaction of saying that I have been to the highest mountain in the world. Unlike any other Nepali teahouse hike, it will take you in-depth into the heart of the high Himalayas. The quaint teahouses, historic monasteries, and friendly Sherpa people will add much to your hike experience. Every turn in the trail provides another photo opportunity of beautiful forests, Sherpa villages, glacial moraines, and foothills. Our entire trekking support team will bring you nearer to local cultures before opening a window to the world's top for active adventurers who aren't afraid to break a sweat.

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Early morning the drive from the hotel to the domestic airport terminal after breakfast. The flight to Luklagives outstanding views of the early morning sunrise on the snowcapped mountains. On landing Tenzing-Hillary Airport after 40 minutes at Lukla, we reach the gateway to the Himalayas. The trek begins from the airport itself soon after meeting our crew there from where Phakdungis a short walk. As this is the first day of the trek, we rest in Phakding.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 3-4 Hours
  • 2610Meters

Starting early in the morning, the route passes through beautiful pine forests, Dudh Koshi River, and views of MauntThamserku. After passing a few settlements we a check post, the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park. We further walk through the confluence of Dudh Koshi River and Bhote Koshi River and take a steep ascent to Namche Bazaar where the first sight of marvelous Mount Everest and the ridges of Mount Lhotse and Mount Nuptse welcomes us.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 5-4 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

Namche Bazaar, the biggest settlement in the Khumbu region, is well facilitated with ATMs, Internet cafes, restaurants, bakeries et cetera. Although it’s a rest day for acclimatization, we go for a short hike to a nearby viewpoint (Thame or Khunde) and take a tour of the place including the Tourist Visitor Center where information about Everest climbers, Sherpa people, and their culture and flora and fauna of the region are briefed. Namche is known as a get-you of the Gokyo valley trek.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 2-3 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

Massive views of Amadamblam, Everest, and Lhotse bring you ahead to Khangjuma. Hike down to the riverside into the green pine forest. Have lunch with the sound of Imjakhola and Bhote Koshi river. Another 2-3 hrs hike to Tengboche.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • : 5-6 Hours
  • 3875Meters

Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche starts the other day with a visit to the biggest Buddist Monastry in the region. The journey continues through alpine forests to a large village of upper Pangboche and further through villages of Shomare, Orsho, and TsuroWog. One can view beautiful views of the soaring mountains of Taboche, Mount Thamserku, Mount AmaDablam, Mount Nuptse, Mount Cholatse, and Mount Lhotse along with others while passing through the KhumbilaKhola valley to the ridge top. On moving further through the trail through ImjaKhola eventually, Dingboche is reached.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 4410Meters

Today is a rest day on a trek. Dingboche is a nice place to explore, either you can go to chukung or Nagarjuna hill to viewpoint.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Free Day/ 2-3 Hours
  • 4410Meters

During the trek after walking up the steep terminal moraine of the Khumbu glacier, the ascent to ChupkiLhara begins where one can find the slopes with boulders. One comes across the collection of stones with prayer flags used as memories of American mountaineer Scott Fischer and to BabuChhiri Sherpa, the 10-time Everest Summiteer Nepalese citizen. Beautiful views of Khumbutse, Mount Lingtse, Mount Pumori, and Mount Mahalangur can be viewed as the trail crosses the Khumbu glacier where little symptoms of altitude sickness can be experienced.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 4910 Meters

This is the most important day of the Everest Base Camp trek route. At Thangma Riju one can experience the 360-degree panoramic view of snowcapped mountains. Actually, Mount Everest is not seen from here however Mount Nuptse, Mount Nuptse, and Mount Pumori can be viewed very well. Below Mount Pumori, a grey grassy land of Kalopaththar can be seen after climbing up the steep terrain of Changri glacier.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 7-8 Hours
  • 5364 Meters

On the climax of this trip, the trek starts much early in the morning so that trekkers can witness a glimpse of Mount Everest when the dusk turns into a bright morning with the light of the day. On the way Peak's Lingtren, Khumbutse, Changtse are viewed. It is recommended that during the ascent to Kalapththar which takes hours one pauses and catches a breath while snapping the photos at times. A panoramic view of the Himalayas can be seen at Gorakshep. The descent to Periche begins after Lunch.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 7-8 Hours
  • 4220Meters

The descent continues through the Jame route back to the terminal moraine at Duglha, passing through the beautiful village of Pheriche and Orsho along with Shomare. On reaching Pangboche village one can explore the oldest monastery in the region which has the legend of storing the scalp and bones of YETI, the repulsive snowman. Moving further over the bridge above Dudh Koshi River and Dudh Koshi gorge down the descent through pine forests, the path reaches Sansa trail junction. After lunch, the trail to Namche Bazar continues appreciating the marvel of Mount Amadabla, Mount Lhotse, and views of the tip of Everest and Tengboche on the trail route.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

The last day of the trek continues with the steep downward trail. Trekkers need to walk really slow very controlled and in a balanced manner on the steep rocky terrain until reaching the suspension bridge over Dudh Koshi, passing through the open plain, rhododendron forest while enjoying the distant view of snow-covered mountains. Finally, Lukla is reached.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 2850 Meters

This is the day when the Mountain flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is enjoyed once again. On reaching Kathmandu it is time to enjoy shopping and walking around the city. The evening is to celebrate for successful completion of the Everest Base Camp trip.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1320Meters

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Cost Details


  • Airport picks drop & pick up by a private vehicle for the domestic terminal
  • International Arrival Departure
  • Pre-trek briefing One day Before trek
  • Two nights Kathmandu hotel accommodation with B/B Plan in Hotel Thamel Park or Similar. (Before a trip and last day of the trip
  • Three Times Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a cup of tea/coffee) during the trek.
  • Tea House Accommodation/ Basic during the trek.
  • A highly experienced, helpful, and friendly government license holder Guide- his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicine.
  • One helpful and strong porter for two trekkers with his salary, food, accommodation, and insurance coverage. (Weight limit of 20-25 KG)
  • Duffel bag, Sleeping Bag, and Down Jacket (return after completing the trip).
  • Everest Base Camp trekking map
  • One Mountain Rock Treks T-shirt or Cap.
  • Round Trip flight fare Kathmandu - Lukla. The flight will be from Mathali -to Lukla- to Manthali in October- November And April, May.
  • Kathmandu & domestic airport taxes in Kathmandu and Lukla airport for groups and crews.
  • National Park permits and TIMS (Trekker's Information Management System).
  • Comprehensive medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Oximeter to check your pulse, Oxygen saturation, and heart rate twice a day.
  • Certificate of achievement (If needed).
  • Farewell dinner in the Nepali restaurant at Thamel before your departure from Nepal.
  • Free luggage store at the office or at the hotel.
  • All ground transportation.
  • All our government taxes.
  • Official expanse.


  • Your Medical and travel insurance. (Compulsory)
  • Kathmandu Food.
  • International airfare.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Items of a personal nature include alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, and laundry.
  • Charging electric gadgets, Drinking Water/ Hot water, Hot showers
  • All desserts sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding
  • Personal trekking Equipment.
  • Tips for guide and Porter etc.

Dates & Price

Upcoming Departure

Few Seats AvailableStarts: SaturdayJul 27, 2024
Ends: WednesdayAug 07, 2024
Status: AvailableUS$1175

Essential Info

How Can You Save Money When Trekking in Nepal, especially in the Everest base camp?

Nepal is one of the most reasonably priced destinations in Asia. You could spend an entire day in Nepal for the same amount of money, where you could barely afford a Starbucks coffee. However, It won't work on the Everest journey, so you'll need to tighten your purse strings. Thanks to Nepal's unique topography and scenery, you will never run out of breathtaking vistas in the Everest Base Camp trek. Additionally, several ethical communities coexist peacefully with various cultures and traditions. Nepal is essentially a garden filled with many flowers. The nation is more than its people, culture, scenic surroundings, and fascinating past. Trekking in the Himalayas is an unforgettable experience, but it can be expensive. Here are a few ways to save money when trekking in Nepal.

  • First, try to go during the low season. The prices are lower, and there are fewer tourists. 
  • Second, book your Trek through a local agency. They often have better deals than big international companies. 
  • Third, avoid flights and take the bus instead. It's a long journey, but it's much cheaper. 
  • To save money while climbing Everest, it makes sense to choose vegetarian meals over non-vegetarian ones.
  • You should refuel your energy after spending 4-5 hours per day walking on a trail that continuously ascends and descends in the mountains. So carrying protein bars and chocolate bars in your backpack is a good idea.
  • Try using local currency NPR and Exchange Dollars before starting the Trek to Everest Base Camp. It is best to exchange dollars while you are in Kathmandu since your money will have a higher worth in Kathmandu. Even though numerous exchanges are along the trial, it is costly and unreasonable. 
  • Stay in guest houses rather than hotels. And finally, pack your food. There are plenty of small stores and markets where you can buy snacks and meals.
  • You might want to bring everything you need when preparing for the Everest Base Camp trip. However, Overpacking might make the Trip more challenging. So, it is advised to carry necessities in your backpack backpack simply.

12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek Group Joining Route

Nepal has several routes for groups joining trekking in the years 2024 and 2025. The most popular ones are the Annapurna Circuit, Everest Base Camp, and the Upper Mustang. But first, let's take a closer look at the 12-day Everest Base Camp trek.

The Everest Base Camp trek is a classic route leading to Mount Everest's foot. It's a challenging trek that takes around 12 days to complete. You'll see some of the most stunning views in the world, including Mount Everest. It is a dream come true for many people. Many adventurers have had the opportunity to visit this magical place, but only some get the chance to do it with a group. This Trek is one for the books. There is no better way to get the most out of your experience than to do it with others. Luckily for you, we have the perfect route! Here is our recommendation for the Route to take on your adventure to Everest Base Camp!

To get to this part of the Mountains quickly, we designed this 12-day trek to Everest Base Camp, which runs directly from and to Lukla. To begin our Trek, you fly from Kathmandu to Lukla on a scenic flight. The entrance to Mount Everest region is in Lukla. Mt. Everest Base Camp trekking, a well-known mountain trek, begins in upper Phakding and follows the Dudh Kosi valley up to Namche. This bustling bazaar is a junction for trekkers, local Sherpas, and expeditions en route to the mighty Mt. Everest. 

All tourists will be mesmerized by the Sherpa culture, tradition, and heritage. Likewise, you can explore numerous historic Sherpa settlements, hotels, bars, cafes, and other establishments found in the commercial town. Villages are scattered throughout this section of the trail, which is surrounded by magnificent forests of rhododendrons, magnolia, and giant fir trees. The flowers blooming on this section of the route in both early autumn and late spring make it a walk you will remember for a very, very long. After resting for a day in Namche Bazar, we go along a high traversing trail where we get our first proper looks at Everest before doing the two-hour climb to Tengboche Monastery. In a clearing surrounded by dwarf firs and rhododendrons, the monastery is located at 3867 meters. Structure-wise, the monastery is located at the top, with excellent views of the Everest region. The view from this location is truly breathtaking and hypnotic, and it is deservedly regarded as one of the most gorgeous in the world. It is best seen in the morning. 

Afterward, we proceed to the villages of Pangboche and Pheriche before descending to the Imja Khola and finally arriving at the Khumbu Glacier. Later we hike to Gorak Shep for a break after following the glacier to Lobuche, where we can see peaks like Ama Dablam and Taweche in all their best shape and glory. On your Trek, you will pass through Kala Patthar, the best place you could ever ask to see some incredible vistas of the Himalayan giants. The scenery will leave you speechless with wonder and make up for the excruciating journey you endured to get there. Finally, after exploring fantastic views of the massive Mt. Everest's southwestern face, you will trek down to Everest Base Camp, located at the foot of Khumbu ice. 

The ultimate Mountain Everest adventure involves flying into Lukla, ascending to the base of Mount Everest, and through breathtaking mountainous terrain. The journey to Mount Everest's base is covered in a strong aura of mystery. If you take this route, you will follow in the footsteps of famous mountaineers. 

Outlining the Trekking Route Options For Everest Base Camp

We have always felt a certain kind of charming appeal toward Mount Everest. It could be because the summit of Everest is the highest point on Earth and symbolizes some of humankind's most significant accomplishments. Or Everest inspires a simple sense of childlike wonder in our eyes. Compared to watching videos or looking at pictures, there is always something better about experiencing something in person that forges a more intimate connection. You can take several routes to and from Everest Base Camp and a helicopter ride home.  Some of the preferred route options by trekkers for the Everest Base Camp trek are:- 

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek Route of 19-21 days trekking  

As it uses the same trails that the early explorers in the 1950s would have taken, the Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trip might be regarded as the "purest" and most authentic Trek in the area. The Jiri version starts with a 7-hour bus ride to the town of Jiri, where the tour begins, rather than taking the quick flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.

Tumlingtar to Everest Base Camp Trek Route of 21-23 days trekking

The journey to Everest Base Camp from Tumlingtar requires a flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar. This rarely used path takes nine days to complete from Tumlingtar to Lukla, though climbers on their way to the trekking peak of Mera use the section of the track closest to Lukla.

The small village of Tumlingtar is also the jumping-off point for the groups of trekkers headed to the Makalu Base Camp. The experience from this route is quite different because of the presence of basic Bhattis (teashops with few comforts and straightforward menus. This trail is truly off the beaten path.

Gokyo Over Cho La Pass to Everest Base Camp of 17-18 days of trekking

For those who desire to hike through the uncrowded Evert Region paths, the Gokyo and Renjo La routes are ideal for them. Less than 10% of hikers in the Everest region choose to ascend the Gokyo Valley, a high alpine location that offers different viewpoints of Mount Everest. You will fully understand why Gokyo Ri is regarded as the best trekking location in Nepal once you arrive there. You are likely greeted by not one, not two, but four of the world's 14 8,000-meter peaks. However, crossing the Renjo La in one day of hiking is exciting and challenging. Since you'll be traveling along a historic trade route, you'll run upon Tibetan traders.

Three Passes To Everest Base Camp of 21 Days of Trekking

 Everest Base Camp trek and Three passes will take you through many beautiful and diverse sections of Sagarmatha National Park. The Khumbu region's Everest Three Passes Trek is among the most daring and strenuous hikes. You will climb three challenging passes, Kongma La (5,535m), Cho La (5,420m), and Renjo La, on the Everest 3 Passes trek (5,360m). You will be treated to breathtaking views of the Himalayas from each of these passes. 

EBC trek with a helicopter return of 10 Days of Trekking

The challenging ten-day Everest Base Camp trek offers unrivaled scenery, including vistas of the Khumbu Glacier and Everest itself. You will encounter the Sherpa people along the way and discover their traditions and religion. Finally, after a trek that offers views of the Himalayas few people ever get to see, you board a helicopter to return to the starting point. The hike is fantastic for tourists who want to save time or have limited vacation time. You will not take the same route back; instead, you will fly over the region to make it more enjoyable. 

12 Days Everest base camp trek in Departure and Last minutes Departure

12-Day Everest Base Camp Trek is a fantastic expedition that takes you to the top of the world's highest mountain. You will spend 12 days walking and climbing in the wilderness, and the final day is a strenuous hike to the summit. On the first day of the Trek, you will leave your campsite and begin the long, steep climb up the mountain. You will pass through a range of beautiful, rugged landscapes and eventually reach the Base Camp at 26,000 feet. From here, you will begin your journey up the mountain, climbing through snowfields and forests. If you're considering a trip to Everest Base Camp (EBC), there's one final decision: when will you leave? 

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At Mountain Rock Treks, we understand the need to balance your adventure with the other parts of your life, so we've worked hard to offer a variety of departures to suit you. Whether you're traveling solo or in a group, we're ready to help you reach your goal and make the most of your time in Nepal! Here's all you need to know about our flights from Kathmandu to Lukla and our Everest Base Camp trek: 

Things to Know Before Booking 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek on Fixed Departures and Last Minute Departures Dates

  1. We have a date for the 12-day journey to the Everest base camp. Decide on whichever date is suitable for your Trek and reserve it.
  2. If the date you prefer is not listed, get in touch with us so we can walk you through the rest of the process to reserve your date since the Trek is open every day of the year.
  3. Rest assured because that date is guaranteed when you make a reservation for an available date.
  4. The Trek is open to solo travelers too.
  5. If you have more than 12 people in your group, feel free to contact us for the group rate and more instructions on scheduling the journey because we have only published the price for a group of 1-12 people. 

Tips for Last-Minute Planning and Departure

Making travel arrangements at the last minute is always stressful. But it can be advantageous, like making travel arrangements in advance. You might get a great reward and a great hotel trip discount. If you're planning on trekking to Nepal, you should keep a few things in mind. First, make sure to schedule your trip well in advance. This way, you'll have enough time to make reservations, plan your route, and figure out what to take. Likewise, be sure to leave plenty of time for your arrival. Remember to factor in traffic, parking, and travel delays. Finally, pack your passport and other travel documents in a safe place. Some other tips to make your last-minute departure as stress-free as possible are as follows. 

  1. Choose a flexible destination and dates for you:- Make a flexible trip plan with your dates and location to maximize your savings. You may take advantage of tempting discounts on hotels, activities, and other items by being flexible with your dates and locations.
  2. Select Your Mode of Transportation:- It's time to choose the best travel option once your budget, destination, and dates have been decided. Your means of transport entirely rely on your budget, vacation days, and comfort. So choose your mode of transportation carefully.
  3. Read travel reviews:- Reading these traveler reviews, you can determine whether a location is advantageous for travel. Additionally, these reviews can assist you in choosing to avoid regret. 
  4. Accept help:- Accepting assistance may involve having someone book your ticket, make hotel reservations, or even assist you with packing your trip luggage. These may appear as minor responsibilities, but they can quickly become beneficial when traveling and planning.
  5. Check that you have all of the necessary documentation.:- It will be helpful if you have a specific folder to keep all your essential documents. This way, you won't have to worry about where these papers are when you need them, and you'll know they're safe.
  6. Charge your electronics:- Charge any battery-operated devices you bring with you. Never rely on charging devices in airports or on airplanes. 
  7. Good space for your Pictures:- It's a good idea to make a space on your devices for travel images when you're backing them up. Make sure your phone's storage is of a manageable size. Additionally, replace or clean out your camera's memory cards.
  8. Get your animals ready:- Travel is stressful for animals, whether you are leaving them behind or taking them with you. So the day before you fly, show them lots of love to help them feel as at ease as possible.

12 Days Everest base camp trek early booking offers

If you're considering trekking to Everest Base Camp in the winter, now is the time to book your trip early! The 12-Day Everest Base Camp Trek offers a great way to see the Everest region while avoiding the crowds. Starting in Kathmandu, the Trek takes you through lush forests and high mountain meadows before arriving at Base Camp – the gateway to Mount Everest – at the journey's end. Early booking allows you to enjoy exclusive benefits, including a reduced price, guaranteed availability, and more. So what are you waiting for? Reserve your spot today! We always look forward to receiving discounts while choosing a trip. Who wouldn't want to purchase anything with several offers? Every sane person considering a trip is undoubtedly familiar with the savings offered on websites in exchange for making early reservations. Before discussing the advantages of buying early packages, knowing the ideal time for booking is helpful. The Everest region has four distinct seasons Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn. The busiest times for trekking to Everest Base Camp are from February to May (pre-monsoon) and from October to December (post-monsoon). 

Early booking with us in Mountain Rock Treks and Expedition provides you with different booking offers options like discounts for October, November, and December. In addition to last-minute offers, early-bird deals, booking specials, and discounts for the entire year. We offer a variety of trekking packages in Nepal like the Everest base camp trek, Annapurna base camp trek, Helambu circuit trek, Langtang Gosainkunda trek, Annapurna circuit trek, Everest helicopter tour, Everest base camp trek and return by helicopter, Gokyo valley Trek and others. 

Advantages Of Early Booking With Mountain Rock Treks

Booking your trip with us in advance has tons of benefits! For starters, you'll save 10% on the overall cost of your trip. And not to mention, you'll have first dibs on the best flights, cabins, and trip dates. Plus, you can make changes to your itinerary without any hassle. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your dream vacation now and enjoy all that it offers!

  1. The Base Choice:- Planning your vacation early with us has many benefits. You can find better accommodations when you book early and choose a time that works best for you. This means you don't have to compromise – you can find a perfect spot for your needs.
  2. Lower Costs:- Early booking for your travel arrangements can save you a lot of money. For example, airline tickets are usually much cheaper when you book them well in advance. So make sure to plan and get the best deals on transport, accommodation, and other expenses.
  3. Organizing a trip with your family or friends can be a challenge. By booking early, you can give everyone enough time to balance their commitments and enjoy the vacation together!
  4. With our flexible booking options, you can extend your stay at your destination, add a stopover in another city, or fly home to a different city altogether. Or, for an even more illuminating experience, add one of our pre- or post-trip extensions to your journey.
  5. Preference Matter:- When it comes to air travel, the early bird does get the worm. By reserving your seat well in advance, you'll have a much better chance of getting the route, carrier, and cabin you want — not to mention the opportunity to upgrade your accommodations.
  6. You'll be covered for any pre-existing conditions when you purchase our comprehensive Travel Protection Plan when you reserve your trip. Not only will you get excellent coverage at an incredible value, but you'll also have a hassle-free pre-departure experience!

Safety Considerations When Planning a Trip to Everest Base Camp Trek

When it comes to climbing Everest, professional guidance is essential for a safe climb. Mountain Madness and Alpine Ascents International are two reputable climbing services that can provide experienced guides, logistical support, and other essential resources. The professional guides with these services know the ins and outs of mountaineering and can help you develop a plan that considers your fitness level and gear/equipment needs. In addition to providing porters to carry your supplies and cooks to prepare food, these services can also connect you with Sherpas, who can help you summit the peak. Having experienced professionals managing all aspects of the climb is vital when it comes to safety. From planning out routes and campsites to dealing with unexpected conditions on the mountain, guides associated with reputable climbing services will help ensure that your climb goes as smoothly as possible.

Hiking to Everest Base Camp is a fantastic experience, but there are some things you should know before you go. The weather in the Himalayas is very unpredictable and can change rapidly. This can cause delays in flights and make hiking conditions unsafe. That's why adding extra days to your itinerary is essential to account for any unexpected delays or weather changes. By doing this, you'll be able to hike without worries and enjoy the experience to its fullest.

Choosing a service provider can be daunting, especially when so many options are available. Do your research, go with your gut feeling, or get recommendations from people you trust. However, choosing a local agency that has a successful history of operation and provides the best deal can be a great idea. There are many local agencies out there, and due to the immense competition, there is always the chance of getting the best deals. In addition, there are many things to consider when reading the terms and conditions of a package deal. By taking the time to read them thoroughly, you can gain an understanding of what is included and what is not. This can help you avoid potential problems down the line. For example, you will know what to do in an emergency during your trek. Knowing this information beforehand can help make your trip go more smoothly.

Challenges to 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek

No climber worth their salt would turn down the chance to summit Mount Everest, but the reality is that not everyone can make it to the top. Climbing Mount Everest is more complex than putting on hiking boots and trekking to the nearest peak. Even experienced climbers find Everest to be a notoriously tricky summit to reach.

Courage is not the only thing vital during the summit; certified training and hard work are also essential. The ability to endure some of the coldest temperatures on Earth is key, as is having the proper mountain gear. With all of these factors in mind, climbers attempting to summit Mount Everest must be prepared for the challenges.

  • Everest: A Physical and Mental Challenge 

Mount Everest is one of Earth's most stunning and treacherous peaks. Standing at 29,035 feet, it is no wonder it has been called 'Chomolungma' - "Mother Goddess of Tibet" in the Tibetan language. Mt. Everest is one of the most challenging mountains to climb. The air is thin at high altitudes, which makes it difficult to breathe. Temperatures can also drop below zero degrees Fahrenheit, leading to frostbite or even death. Altitude sickness is also a significant concern on Everest, as it can cause dizziness, nausea, and other problems.

  • Altitude: The Science Behind Climbing Everest

Climbing Mount Everest is an incredible feat. Not only do climbers have to endure the harsh conditions near the summit, but they also have to deal with the lack of oxygen at higher altitudes. So how do they safely manage to get to the top and back down?

It all starts with understanding how altitude affects the human body. At high altitudes, there is less oxygen in the air for people to breathe. This can lead to several problems, including altitude sickness, frostbite, and even death. When a person spends extended periods at high altitudes, they may experience altitude sickness symptoms. These can include headaches, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and fatigue. In severe cases, the condition can lead to fluid accumulation in the lungs (pulmonary edema) or brain (cerebral edema).

While it is not entirely clear how climbers adjust to the lack of oxygen at high altitudes, scientists have discovered a few things about how the body responds to these conditions.

  • Natural Build: Topography 

Different people have different opinions about Mount Everest. Some think it is the most beautiful mountain, while others believe it is too dangerous to climb. What everyone can agree on, however, is that Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world.

Mount Everest is a sight to behold at an impressive 8,848 meters (29,029 feet). However, its towering height is not the only thing that makes it unique – the mountain also has a steep and precipitous topography. The Himalayan region is often struck by natural disasters such as glacier falls, heavy snowfall, and avalanches. This makes it a dangerous place to be, especially for those trying to scale the mountains.

  • Training and Preparation for the Climb

To successfully climb Everest, you'll need to be in excellent physical condition and mentally prepared for the challenges ahead. The trek is grueling, taking you through high-altitude terrain with less oxygen in the air. You'll also be taking all your gear with you, so you'll need to be very strong and have endurance.

Most climbers spend at least six months preparing for their Everest expedition. They'll hike and climb in areas of similar altitude to get used to the conditions they'll face on the mountain. They'll also engage in aerobic and strength training to prepare their bodies for the challenge. It's essential to start getting ready as soon as possible if you need to get in better shape or don't have much hiking or climbing expertise. It's not impossible, but you shouldn't take it lightly either.

  • Gear Necessary for Succeeding the Ascent

To succeed in climbing Everest, you'll need more than a positive attitude. You'll also need expensive and specialized equipment, like insulated clothing, to keep you warm even in temperatures as low as -60 degrees Celsius (-76 Fahrenheit). And, of course, you'll need crampons to help you grip the ice. Always remember to bring your extra oxygen tanks or medications and proper clothing to ensure that you don't get an illness from the sun. Traditional climbing gloves are optional but can help take some pressure off your hands so you can climb for hours without feeling exhausted.

When going on a long outdoor trip, always come prepared with all the necessary gear, including a tent and sleeping bag, waterproof matches to start fires, or enough supplies to last at least two weeks. Nothing is worse than running out of food in the wild — especially when it means having to eat bugs for energy!

  • Cost of Everest Summit

You can never stop dreaming of Everest, and dreams never come cheap. It is more than buying a new car - when it comes to climbing Everest, the price varies from $35,000 to $ 1,000,000.

The most significant chunk of expenses goes into getting a climbing permit from the government of Nepal or Tibet. It includes bottled oxygen and high-altitude gear like tents, sleeping bags, and boots.

According to Adam Arnette, who climbed Everest in 2017 for his company's fifteenth-anniversary celebrations, the average cost of mountain climbing that year was $45,000. However, there are many other factors you should take into consideration before arriving at this sum. In 2024, Everest will be a more accessible destination for climbers — the cost of climbing Everest will fall from $35,000 to $40,000.

Although costs on Everest may be going down in the future, the mountain remains a daunting challenge for novice and expert adventurers. Support costs can vary widely depending on the number of members in your team and many other factors related to your personal experience.

The Everest base trek is challenging, and it is recommended to undertake it with a guide or a local. The guide should be experienced, knowledgeable, and have experience in Everest circuit routes. Having enough money and time to do the Everest Base Camp trek is also essential. These aspects should be noticed if you plan to go on the Everest Base Camp trek, as it will take you to a beautiful place. 

Everest is the highest peak on Earth and is very famous. This peak is located in Nepal, and this peak has been the subject of many expeditions, many people have made the journey to the summit. You can also make the trip to Everest and enjoy the beautiful view of the peak.

Visit Everest base camp once in your lifetime to see and feel the power of nature and the majesty of the world around you. It is the ultimate challenge, a journey to the heart of what makes us human. Going to an Everest Base Camp is a spiritual and emotional experience. You can go with friends, alone, or with your family. Whoever you go with, your goal is simple: to get to a place where you can see, feel, and experience the beauty of the tallest mountain.

Make the trip to Everest and enjoy the beautiful view of the peak. To get mountain climbing experience, you should have an experienced guide to accompany you. Ultimately, the most important thing to remember is to be careful and ensure that your guide is well-informed about the route and what to expect from the expedition. Also, be prepared to change your trek plan and route. For more information about the Everest trek, read this page. To get more details about this trek or any other trek in the world, visit our website. We are the official website of Mountain Rock Treks, a leading trek operator.


  • Q1. Is the trek to Everest Base Camp worthwhile?

    First and foremost, this is a fantastic, classic bucket list expedition that is well-deserved. Anything of this kind must be lengthy enough to allow you to immerse yourself in the life that is the Everest region.

  • In terms of difficulty, the hike is classified as Moderate. However, the Everest Base Camp Trek for Beginners may be a little difficult. The walk, however, can readily performed with minimal physical and mental fitness. You will walk along a rugged terrain with various uphill and downhill sections.

  • To reach the highest point, take a one-day sight-seeing journey to the View Point of Kala Patthar, which has an elevation of 5545m.

  • At an elevation of 5,200 meters above sea level, EBC has a mountain plateau climate that can be frigid all year. The average temperature is -17 degrees Celsius, with the coldest months being mid-December to January.

  • July and August appear to average approximately -2°F-0°F (-16°C to -18°C) at night and probably a few degrees above this during the day. On still and sunny days, I would guess that the hottest temperature ever achieved on the summit was in the 10-15°F (-10°C to -12°C) range.

  • The Everest Base Camp has a moderate difficulty level. The journey usually takes two weeks. Although no prior trekking experience is required for the EBC Trek, the trekker should be determined and physically fit.

  • Improving cardio endurance, strength endurance, and being comfortable carrying a daypack uphill for long periods of time should all be part of your training for Everest Base Camp. You should start hiking or doing lengthy walks at least once a week at least 8-12 weeks before your adventure (focus on duration more than distance).

  • The visits are seasonal, with 42% of annual visitors arriving in October and November. March and April are also popular months, accounting for 31% of all annual tourists. However, as you can see, there are fewer trekkers in the Spring compared to the Autumn season. Given these numbers, the journey to Everest Base Camp is on a busy trail.

  • Every hiker who wishes to reach Base Camp must obtain two permits: the TIMS card and a national park admission permit.

  • The normal Everest Base Camp Trek is 130 kilometers round-trip and is divided into 12 days. It takes eight days to reach Everest Base Camp and four days to return. 12 days always includes acclimatization time and space.

  • Choosing the 12 Days Everest base camp trek in a group depends on how you define the word "beautiful." Nearly every lovely emotion you could desire while traveling to the mountains is available at Everest Base Camp. You get some breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains on the trip from Lukla to Dingboche, Tengboche, Lobuche, Pheriche, Chukung, Base Camp, and Kala Patthar. Most of us know one thing "To see something beautiful, we need to follow difficult paths." So this is the main reason E.B.C. is the first choice for travelers. It's a hiker's dream to reach Everest Base Camp. Every year, thousands of trekkers travel to this location, which is nestled in the snow-capped Himalayas. E.B.C. is a popular trekking destination around the world. It has a breathtaking view of the mountains, fantastic trekking opportunities, and warm, welcoming people. The fascinating aspect of the E.B.C. journey is the opportunity to look closely at Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world.

    Additionally, this area is home to other high peaks like Mt. Lhotse and Cho Oyu Makalu. Trekking to E.B.C. takes roughly two weeks because of its high altitude. While trekking, you must be mindful of your health. You must also adequately prepare to ensure that you can complete the hike.

    1. Quality of experience: Trekking in a group provides an excellent experience that is hard to duplicate on an independent trek. In a group, you have the support of an experienced guide and additional porters to carry your luggage. With less physical strain, you'll be able to enjoy more of the beautiful scenery as you go. You'll also have the opportunity to interact with and learn from other like-minded travelers. 
    2. Safety:One of the biggest concerns of any independent traveler is safety. With a group, you can feel secure knowing that your guide and porters have the safety of everyone in their care as their top priority. Suppose you take a solo trip on your own in the Everest region. In that case, it's important to exercise extra caution as there are no police and medical facilities in the area. Of course, solo travel can be an incredible experience. However, the decision to travel independently should also be considered carefully. If you choose to go it alone, you must take all the necessary precautions to keep yourself safe.
    3. Local guides, Sherpa, and porters:- The local guides and Sherpas are known to be some of the friendliest and most welcoming people in the world. They are experts at making their way up the mountain. So, the Sherpas and guides of Mount Everest, among the most well-known in the world, will be your trekking companions. Having a local guide who knows more about the country, mountain, history, and trail on your trip are incredible.
    4. Suitable for Non-hikers: E.B.C. offers the appropriate balance of adventure, exposure to breathtaking natural vistas, seclusion (few hikers), and affordability for a non-regular trekker. Most well-known treks are crowded, and you must fight for space. The level of service is also much lower. E.B.C. draws visitors worldwide and offers all the facilities needed for a trek at astronomical prices. It is also a highly safe walk because locals are prepared to handle practically any problem, and amenities like air evacuation are available.
    5. Everest Base Camp Trek Route: One of the original Sherpa towns, Lukla, serves as the entrance of the Everest base Camp on this route. It proceeds along the Dudh Koshi River's bank and away from the mountainside's high hills. To get to Phakding, the trail climbs a mountain and makes a few loops. From this point on, the trip travels through the Sagarmatha National Park and several isolated villages. The road stops at Namche after crossing the suspension bridge and passing Jorsale. Trekkers spend a day acclimatizing in the town before hiking to Everest Hotel View to look at Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku.
    6. Exploration of rare and endangered wildlife:- Sagarmatha National Park is one of the numerous national parks in Nepal that safeguards not just the mountain but also the local flora and fauna. On your approach to Mount Everest, you'll pass through the Sagarmatha National Park, home to several endangered animals like snow leopards and musk deer. Likewise, Himalayan Tahrs, Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, Red Panda, and Wild Yak are just a few creatures that can endure the brutal winters in the Everest region. Animals such as the Blue-sheep, Pika, Tibetan Gazelle, wild yak, and some birds can live at altitudes of up to 6100 meters.

    The world's most famous location will enchant you with the silence of the beautiful Himalayas and amazing vistas of magnificent 8000-meter mountains. More than once is needed to explore the Everest base camp, so tourists visit Nepal multiple times. You don't have to be a mountain lover to desire to see Mount Everest, which is the highest point on Earth. This hike has so much more to offer than just the satisfaction of saying that I have been to the highest mountain in the world. Unlike any other Nepali teahouse hike, it will take you in-depth into the heart of the high Himalayas. The quaint teahouses, historic monasteries, and friendly Sherpa people will add much to your hike experience. Every turn in the trail provides another photo opportunity of beautiful forests, Sherpa villages, glacial moraines, and foothills. Our entire trekking support team will bring you nearer to local cultures before opening a window to the world's top for active adventurers who aren't afraid to break a sweat.

Client Reviews

  • Into the Wild: Reliving the Thrills of the EBC trek

    If you're considering the Everest base camp trek, I highly recommend it. Be prepared for the unexpected and put in some training beforehand. It's an incredible challenge that's worth taking on. To make the experience even better, I suggest trekking with a reputable company like Mountain Rock Treks. They provide excellent support before, during, and after the trip. The company I went with had a great kit list, and their sleeping bags and extra jackets were incredibly warm. Our leader, Dawa, and our Sherpas were outstanding. So, don't hesitate, GO FOR IT!

    Zeeshan O'NeillArgentinaApril 09, 2023
  • From Lukla to Glory

    The guide offered excellent care, especially when I was sick due to altitude. He took me to the hospital and made sure that I was okay before he left. With all the difficulties while being a solo traveller in Nepal, I was left overwhelmed with gratitude for the warmth and support I received during this difficult time. Tour organiser Deepak even came and picked me up from the hospital and later dropped me in Lukla for my further journey back home. It was not just their unwavering dedication and thoughtful service but also the sense that they were committed to serving customer satisfaction. I highly thank Mountain Rock Treks for turning my trek into a memorable and safe adventure.

    Orla MeliaBoliviaApril 06, 2023
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