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      • A thrilling early morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport high in the Himalayan mountains.
      • Trek to the base of Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world.
      • Enjoy splendid views of Mount. Everest, Khumbu Glacier, and Khumbu Icefall.
      • Experience the unchanged age-old culture and the lifestyle of the Sherpa people.
      • Walk through dense forest and lush vegetation of the region including giant rhododendron trees.
      • Behold the mesmerizing views of the beautiful sunrise from Kalapatthar.
      • Feel spiritually close as you stand in front of Tengboche monastery, the largest Buddhist monastery in the Everest region.
      • Visit the world-famous Sagarmatha National Park, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.


      • All airports pick up drop by private vehicle (for both international and domestic flights)
      • First aid kit box
      • Royal Group Group provides sleeping bag, down jackets, T-shirt, cap, duffle bags for porter, city and trekking route maps – if necessary.
      • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (should have insurance for emergency evacuation and will be paid by your travel insurance company)
      • Oximeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily during the trek (very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS) symptoms). This helps ensure your safety on your trek at all times.


    • Local experts plan your itinerary
    • Friendly and fast customer service
    • Personal care and attention
    • Your safety is our number one priority
    • We speak several languages (English, French, Spanish and Chinese)
    • Award-winning company with rave reviews
    • As a courtesy, Trekking Planner informs your country’s embassy that you are traveling with us. In the event of an emergency, your embassy will be able to reach you quickly.
    • We have extensive experience and local knowledge
    • We are always available 24/7 with on-ground support in Nepal
    • We cater to every budget
    • No booking fees and Hassle-Free Booking
    • We accept last minute booking
    • We care about local welfare and take care of our guides and porters
    • We use local guides and porters for your trip

Trip Introduction: 14 Days Short Everest Base Camp Trek

"14 days Everest Base Camp Trek 2022/2023 with Low-Cost Guarantee-Ideal, Classic, and Historical Nepal Trekking"

Mount Everest's sheer presence has captivated the human race's imagination for decades. Every year, people from all over the world travel to experience the Everest Base Camp Trek. Its allure and rich history defy explanation. Every trekker's goal is to complete the world's most beautiful trek. The 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek is specifically designed for adventurers who want to experience the mysteries of Everest in a short amount of time. The short Everest base camp trek is not difficult, but it does require a lot of patience and determination to complete.

On the 14 days Everest base camp trek, every bend and turn in the trail offer something new and amazing to see. The adrenaline rushes, challenges, and adventure and if you want to create lasting memories by following in the footsteps of the legends? Then join Trekking Planner's custom-designed flexible itineraries and make history.

Where does the Everest Base Camp Trek Begin? What Can I Expect?

This 14-day exclusive highly rated Everest Base Camp Trek begins and ends in Kathmandu. The trek begins with a guided and informative pre-trip discussion in Kathmandu, followed by a trans-Himalayan flight to Lukla, the trek's starting point. This 14-day journey includes daily walks in and around the Gumbas/Monastery, prayer flags, a lush forest, and mesmerizing high snowy peaks. At dusk, it's time to gather in local tea houses and enjoy warm hospitality and delectable local cuisine. Acute mountain sickness is almost always unavoidable, so our 14-day short Everest Base Camp Trekking itinerary is designed to reduce this risk. Acclimatization is essential for success in this area.

Trekking to the base camp of one of the world's tallest mountains is a fantastic accomplishment that is well worth the effort. Even so, expectations do not always match reality. Weather is one of the most difficult aspects of Everest base camp. The climatic situation of base camp is completely unpredictable, changing every five minutes. Upper-class residents are devoted Buddhists. People in the region are not permitted to butcher animals due to differing religious beliefs. The intriguing thing is that they can consume flesh but cannot kill them. People should also be cautious of rock slides in the area.

Namche Bazaar is where we usually acclimate. This bustling highland town is ideal for exploring, followed by a short hike to Khumjung for a closer look at Sherpa culture and age-old traditions. Then we travel to Tengboche, a higher village with a monastery nestled in the mountains with a view of Ama Dablam. Then we proceed to Pengboche and Dingboche. The temperature drops quickly here, and the tree line is crossed by an alpine zone, followed by a mix of rock and snowy terrains. Later, we must spend the night in Lobuche before hiking to the highest human settlement, Gorakshep, the next morning. This is a place to refuel and prepare for the long journey to the glacier that leads to Base Camp. From Base Camp, the view of the glacial Khumbu Ice Fall and jagged peaks is breathtaking. This area is also known for Kalapatthar, a great spot to catch the first rays of the morning sun. You will also have an uninterrupted view of Mount Everest peaks and other surrounding high peaks from the summit of Kalapathar. Finally, on our way back to Lukla, we will take alternate routes and stay in various villages.

Is this trip right for you?

The trek to Everest Base Camp may be difficult for beginners, but reading a description does not convey the entire adventure. Occasionally, expectations do not match reality. Everyone must attempt and muster the courage to do so. If you are healthy and active, there is no age limit for trekking to Everest Base Camp. This walk is readily completed by those aged seven to 70. Youngsters under the age of 14 who wish to hike should either visit with family members or hire porters to carry the larger goods, because the children will not be able to manage the heavy loads through tough terrain, and you don't want to have to carry all their belongings as well as your own. People in their golden years may take longer to trek since they must be more health careful in order to complete the walk cheerfully. People who have Uric acid or respiratory problems should be cautious before embarking on a journey. Before embarking on the journey, everyone must be physically and psychologically prepared. One should work up to being able to walk or trek for 5-6 hours without stopping.

How to prepare yourself?

Trekking in Everest demands you to be physically fit because the route is long and you will progressively descend into high elevation. To finish the journey, we must be intellectually and spiritually prepared. Warm clothing, hiking poles, a water bottle with water capsules for purifying water, uv protection rays to avoid snow blindness, and a face mask to keep your skin warm. Yoga may help you coexist with less oxygen and atmospheric pressure since it aids in breathing. Packing and double-checking all of your required equipment Taking more medications if you are unwell.

What Is the Best Time period to Visit Everest Base Camp?

In general, the best seasons for Everest Base Camp Trek are from mid-September to mid-December in autumn and from March to May in spring. During this time of year, the weather is clear and stable, providing the best opportunity for spectacular views. However, the nights can be very cold, especially at higher elevations, and it is strongly advised to bring a sleeping bag to keep you warm and cosy throughout the trek. More weather-related risks exist during the winter months of December to February, as well as during the summer months of June and July.

How difficult is the 14-day Short Everest Base Camp Trek? Can I do it?

The 14-day Short Everest Base Camp Trek is for everyone; it is doable with a little planning and determination. The best part about this trek is that no advanced technical skills are required. The only requirement is the endurance to walk for long periods of time with many up and down climbs.

Its altitude is what makes it particularly difficult. This can sometimes result in severe mountain sickness while trekking. As a result, properly acclimatizing your body before your next altitude attempt is critical. Keep hydrated and walk at a slow pace. However, with adequate rest and a slow pace, the distance can be safely covered. Your Trekking Planner guide will be with you every step of the way.

Optional Activities to do in Kathmandu Before or After Your 14-Day Trek to Everest Base Camp?

We provide a variety of options for you to choose from during your time in Kathmandu. These opportunities allow you to immerse yourself in the traditional way of life and culture. You have the option of visiting Kathmandu city tours, an old-age home, ethnic cooking classes, a yoga session, or an orphanage or a community school. These exciting options will provide you with a unique perspective and a memorable experience while in Nepal.

Outline Itinerary- 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and trip preparation, 1,350m/4,429ft
Day 02: Fly to Lukla, 35 min flight and trek to Phakding, 2,830m/9,187ft, 3-4 hrs walk
Day 03: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar, 3,438m/11,280ft, 5-6 hrs walk
Day 04: Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar, 3,438m/11,280ft
Day 05: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche, 3,870m/12,697ft, 5-6 hrs walk
Day 06: Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche, 4,360m/14,305ft, 5-6 hrs walk
Day 07: Dingboche, Acclimatization, 4,360m/14,305ft
Day 08: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche, 4,940m/16,208ft, 5-6 hrs walk
Day 09: Trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep , visit Everest Base Camp, 5,364m/17,599ft, 6-7 hrs walk
Day 10: Trek from Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar to Pheriche, 5,545m/18,193ft, 7-8 hrs walk
Day 11: Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar, 3,438m/11,280ft, 6-7 hrs walk
Day 12: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla, 2,800m/9,187ft, 6-7 hrs
Day 13: Fly to Kathmandu, 1,350m/4,429ft, 35 min flight
Day 14: Final departure 

Important Note


  • Every day of the year, trip departures are available.
  • This trip can be completely customized. Please contact us if you want to customize the trip.
  • This trip is available on a fixed departure basis as well as a private group basis.
  • If you are traveling alone or with your family, you can book this trip privately.
  • Have a large group? We can meet all your requirements.
  • We can work with you to make it affordable.
  • We accept online payments and instant bookings.

Itinerary for a 14-day short base camp trek 

the 14-day short Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary listed above is the standard itinerary. The schedule can be adjusted to include shorter or longer walks each day based on your physical fitness, and some designated overnight stops may change due to room availability and other factors.
We will stick to the itinerary, but if it needs to be changed due to inclement weather, landslides, or participant difficulties necessitating additional days, our leader and head guides will make the best decision for the safety of the participants, with full authority from Trekking Planner Nepal.

Weather and Climate (Everest Base Camp)

Even during the best seasons, the Himalayan climate can be unpredictable. April and May to the first week of June will be the best months in the spring because the days will be longer and there will be more sunlight hours.
Morning and night-time temperatures can drop below freezing in areas higher than 3,000 meters.
The autumn season, from September to November, is another great time for treks around Everest base camp and other areas of the Himalaya. Days are generally clear with great views, and it is a good time to summit the top of the peak, though it is much colder in the autumn season, with extreme cold during mornings and night time, when daylight is much shorter.

Everest base camp area-Local Culture and Religion

Sherpa are the indigenous people of Mount Everest and other higher Himalayan regions; the term "Sherpa" is derived from the Tibetan language. Sher means east and Pa means people, and the Sherpa migrated from Eastern parts of Tibet to the high Himalayas of Nepal around the Mid-East and Far Eastern Himalaya ranges.
For more than 400 years, the Sherpa have been farmers and herders of livestock such as cows and yaks. Their strong Buddhist religion and fascinating cultures are intertwined, which you can see while walking around the villages on your trek.
Every Sherpa village has a monastery, some of which are over 500 years old, such as the "monastery of Thame and Pangboche villages." The famous Thyangboche monastery was much older, but it was destroyed by fire in 1991 and has since been rebuilt to its original design.
As you walk from village to village, you will pass many prayer walls and religious monuments such as Stupas (domes) with rows of spinning prayer wheels. All of this contributes to your journey's authentic cultural experience.
Sherpa men were the first mountain trekking guides, and they continue to attract many visitors each year.

14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek-Travel Insurance

Trekking Planner Nepal strongly advises and recommends that all clients purchase Travel and Medical Insurance in case of unforeseen circumstances during their Himalayan vacation. World Nomads Travel Insurance can provide Travel & Medical Insurance for your upcoming holiday in Nepal Himalayan destinations.
All our hikes, trekking, and tour programs have itineraries where accommodation is set with respective Hotels / Lodge / Home Stay, Guest House, and Resorts, as well as camping in some remote areas. However, depending on the fitness of the clients, the availability of vehicles on time, flight delays, cancellations, unfavorable weather, and road or trail conditions, some days may be longer or shorter. Trekking Planner requires clients to purchase Travel and Medical Insurance at the time of booking. All tours and treks require this. Insurance should include adequate coverage for the duration of the tour/trek to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, and repatriation expenses in any mode of transportation on emergency evacuation, such as helicopter rescue or air ambulance, as well as baggage coverage.
In extreme cases, your chosen tour destination may differ from the program itineraries. In extreme cases, we may be forced to reroute or cancel the trip due to political issues, riots, bad weather, damaged roads, poor trail conditions, or the situation and condition of the porters. The company reserves the right to cancel the trip due to unavoidable circumstances beyond our control, such as if the number of travelers is lower than expected for the trips selected. Please bear with us in this case, and we will do our best to adjust the itinerary for the trip to the best of our ability for your convenience.

Accommodation facilities in Everest base camp Trekking

All our hikes, trekking trails, and tour programs follow itineraries that include lodging in hotels, lodges, home stays, guest houses, and resorts. Camping in some remote areas is done according to the itinerary. Some trails may take longer or shorter depending on the fitness and pace of the clients, vehicle availability, flight delays or cancellations, unfavorable or bad weather conditions, roads, or trails.
As an underdeveloped country, when we go up in the Himalayan region, the vegetation and density of local people decrease, which is one of the main reasons why we sometimes must compromise for the best services. However, because this is a tourist route, most amenities are still available, though some may necessitate a compromise. For example, 24-hour electricity, laundry services (due to a lack of warmth and sunlight), internet, fruits, hot showers, toilet commode, room quality, and availability (standard quality rooms are found which are designed for meeting the basic requirements). However, the trekking planner team makes every effort to provide the best available services and facilities.

Acclimatization and Communication on Everest base camp Trek

Adapting to nature, temperature, climate, traditions, cultures, and food is one of the most important factors in completing and enjoying the journey. As we plan our itineraries, we always keep in mind that we should not ascend more than 800 meters in a single day. Doing so may cause altitude mountain sickness and breathing difficulties. However, if we slow down and include stops along the way, we are assisting our bodies in adapting to changes in temperature, weather, and climate.
We are not going on a trek to walk all the time, and hiring a guide does not imply that he or she is leading and you are just following, but asking questions about the local people, their way of life, traditions, and culture is a good way to learn more about the traditions and cultures of the place we are visiting.
Sometimes foods and beverages must be avoided because they cause physical and mental stress, resulting in diarrhoea, constipation, headaches, anger issues, a sense of mistreatment, and a lack of services. So, before embarking on a trek and inquiring about available accommodations, visitors should always specify which foods and beverages they are allergic to or do not consume, as this will assist in developing a plan B for food and beverages.

Electricity, Internet, and Battery Recharge: - Everest base camp Trekking

As a developing country, facilities related to electricity are not available in some regions, and even if they are available, load-shedding, and electricity shortages may occur due to natural or artificial causes. Carrying a power bank is recommended for charging the batteries of cell phones, cameras, flashlights, and other devices.
Some places charge extra fees to recharge the battery because they buy or use electricity from outside sources. Generators, solar panels, and even private hydropower are examples.
Because of the electricity as well as the private poles and the amount of money that the locals must invest heavily on poles, wires, and internet service providers, the internet requires a certain amount of payment but varies from place to place and is not applicable everywhere.

Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS)

Anyone is susceptible Mountain Altitude illness. The drop in air pressure at high altitude makes breathing difficult owing to a lack of oxygen. It mostly occurs over 3300m (10,000ft).
  • The following are the signs and symptoms:
  • Headache/Dizziness
  • Nausea/Vomiting
  • Tiredness/Fatigue
  • Tired yet unable to sleep
  • Appetite loss
  • Anger/Stress
The best way to avoid AMS is to dress appropriately for the weather, drink enough of water, eat healthily, and move slowly. If the body is not feeling well, it is a good idea to ask for rest or sleep. Keep hydrated and follow the tour leader's instructions and advice regarding altitude mountain sickness.

Washing and Toilet facilities on Everest base camp trek

All guest homes have hot showers, which may be in the form of a shower stall or a pail of hot water. Please keep in mind that there may not be enough hot water for all hikers at high elevations. For environmental reasons, limit the usage of hot water unless it is solar heated. Every lodge has a washing machine, but you must provide your own soap. If the water is frozen, simply request that your guide bring you a bowl of warm water.
Toilets are mostly squat toilets in the Asian design. The restrooms are located outside of your room. You're in the mountains, so cleanliness may vary. It is not acceptable to flush toilet paper. Instead, use the trash can located inside the restroom.


Day 1

Arrival in Kathmandu and trip preparation, 1,350m/4,429ft

You will arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Our airport representative will greet you once you clear your immigration process outside the terminal building. He/she will then escort you safely to your destination hotel room. Once there you will have plenty of free time to rest and relax. Later you will be introduced to your trek leader; and he will brief you about the actual trekking plans, roadmaps and check your gear to be sure you have everything required to get the trek underway. Once all your equipment and clothing are checked and we are sure you are well equipped for the journey, we meet for a welcome dinner with the whole group. Then you will spend an overnight in Kathmandu.

Included accommodation in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (welcome Dinner)

Day 2

Take a morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,830 m.) and trek to Phakding (2,640 m., 4-hour trek).

After a good night’s rest; in the morning after having a wholesome breakfast, we drive to the domestic airport for a scenic flight to Lukla. At Lukla you will be meeting the local porters with whom you will resume your trekking adventure all along the Dudh Koshi River: Following the trail we reach Cheplung (2,700m) and then to a place called Ghat (2,530m). From here an hour’s walk reaches us to the small settlement at Phakding. Overnight in a guest house at Phakding

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 3

Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m., 6-hour trek)

After a quick morning breakfast, we begin our walk through a pine forest and move all along the trail north that takes us to the Benkar valley. We then make a cross at Dudh Koshi River and pass Chumoa and Monjo villages also known as the gateway to the Everest National Park. We then cross suspension bridge before Jorsale village and walk alongside the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi Rivers. Beyond this a steep climb awaits us before we reach Namche Bazaa. This is by far one of the largest Sherpa inhabited towns in the Everest region. Overnight in Namche Bazaar

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 4

Rest Day at Namche Bazaar.

Today is meant for laid back exploration and rest at Namche Bazaar. This is one of the renowned important towns of the Everest or Khumbu region. This town is a mini world in itself. It has governmental offices, to ATMs, internet cafes, shops, restaurants and a vibrant market.

You have the choice of spending your time here or hike up to the Sagarmatha National Park for getting the first glimpse of sunrise. The panoramic views of Himalayas including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kongde and so on is rewarding.

If you are looking for more than a hike to the Khumjung Village is an ideal option to get a closer looks at the Sherpa culture and tradition than Namche. We will also pay a visit to the Hillary School and a monastery which comprises of a scalp known to be of yeti and abominable snowman. Overnight in Namche Bazaar

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 5

Trek from Namche Bazar to Tengboche (3,800 m., 5-hour trek)

From Namche we start trekking and reach Phunki which is an easy and pleasant walk. We then make an ideal ascend for reaching as far as Tengboche village. This village is known for its world class Tengboche Monastery – the largest monastery of Everest region. The monastery is lapped against the backdrop of Mt. Ama Dablam and offers the best view of Himalayas including Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse and Thamserku. Overnight in Tengboche

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 6

Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4,200 m., 5-hour trek)

The day begins with an ideal descend and also a long walk through to the forested route of birch, confer and rhododendron trees. As we move on we will be greeted by the best view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam.

We then walk downhill to Debuche and cross the Imja Khola River to reach as far as Pangboche. Taking the upper Pangboche trail and observing the magnificent Himalayan vistas we reach Pangboche Monastery.

Taking the route that follows the Imja Valley and Lobuche River we make an climb towards Dingboche. Dingboche is a small yet scenic village decorated with beautiful barley, potato and buckwheat fields. Overnight in Dingboche

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 7

Free and Acclimatization day.

The seventh day of your 14 days Everest Base Camp Short trek is meant for acclimatization and rest. As we have time in our hands we pay a visit to the Dingboche monastery and Hike up to Nangkhartshang Peak. Besides that the panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, Tawache, Nuptse, Kwangde etc at a striking distance makes it eventful. Stay overnight in guest house.

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 8

Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche (4,920 m., 5-hour trek).

Taking a quick breakfast, we set out on a trail with excellent views written all over it especially the likes of Taboche and Cholatse makes it refreshing. We pass through the yak meadows and then over the wooden bridge and Duglha . Next we make a steep climb almost for an hour up towards the graveled terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. Here you will find a large group of stone-pine dedicated in the memory of lost climbers and Sherpas during their Everest expedition. From here the awe-inspiring views of Khumbutse, Lingtren and Pumori is more than rewarding. We than walk along the valley and climb for an hour to reach Lobuche.Overnight in Lobuche

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 9

Trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5,170 m.) than continue to Everest Base Camp and back to Gork Shep (5,356 m., 8-hour trek)

Be prepared for a long days walk as we follow the windblown rocky path along the arid Khumbu moraine to the last settlement of Gorak Shep. An ideal stop over for getting fueled up for reaching the world’s highest base camp is understandable. We follow the trail that leads us on to the Khumbu Glacier infamously known for its treacherous icefall is scary yet acceptable. This is the most challenging part of an Everest ascent. From here we trek back to Gorakshep. Overnight in Gorak Shep

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 10

Hike to Kalapathar (5,545 m.) and continue trekking to Pheriche (4,240 m. 5-hour trek).

There is something special on the trekking menu today as we get up early to brace ourselves with a pre-sunrise glimpse without the cloud cover. For which we make an uphill climb for 2 – 3 hours with the sight of Kala Patthar in mind (5,545m/18,192ft). This is an excellent vantage point to enjoy the sunrise on the top of world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest. Taking on a fairly steep trail at gradual pace we get a splendid sighting of the tremendous views of the Lingtren, Khumbutse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt Lotse, Ama Dablma, Changtse mountains and many more mountain. Here we spend some time admiring the sunrise views kissing the adjacent mountain peak is memorable. Later on we retrace back to Gorak Shep grab our breakfast and then descend down to Pheriche. Overnight in Pheriche

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 11

Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazzar (3,450 m., 6-hour trek).

Today we leave Pheriche for Namche Bazar. Following a descending trail that involves various ups and downs with ideal rhododendron and juniper trees on the way we then cross a bridge over the Dudh Koshi River. We climb down rapidly through forested trail where we can discover mountains goats, pheasants and other wild animals and birds. The same trail reaches us to Sansa from where we get the great view of Ama Dablam, Thamserku and Nuptse mountains. An unwinding zigzag trail through forest leads us to the Namche Bazaar. Overnight at Namche Bazaar

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 12

Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2,840 m., 6-hour trek).

This is the last day of your 14 Days short Everest Base Camp trekking up into the mountains. After breakfast, we descend down following a trail all along the Dudh Koshi River. We then cross suspension bridges many a times, pass several monasteries and villages on the way before reaching Lukla. After reaching Lukla, we take a much needed rest and indulge in a celebration with our porters for the achievement and success. Overnight in Lukla

Included standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner), Tea/Coffee

Day 13

Morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

An early morning rise is on the cards as we will be boarding the Lukla flight back to Kathmandu. Once in Kathmandu, we will get back to our hotel room. Farewell dinner and overnight in Kathmandu

Included accommodation in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)and standard meals (Breakfast )

Day 14

Transfer to the airport and fly back home

This is the ultimate day of your Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal. Trekking Planner Nepal’s representative will drive you back to Tribhuvan International Airport safely. You will then board the flight to fly back home carrying memories that will mesmerize your imagination forever.

Included standard meals (Breakfast ) and Tea/Coffee


    • All airport pick up and drop off by private vehicle (for both international and domestic flights)
    • Welcome and farewell dinners in an authentic restaurant
    • 02 night twin/double occupancy deluxe accommodation with breakfast at three star hotel in Kathmandu (Hotel moonlight/Kathmandu Guest House/Apsara Boutique hotel)
    • Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu flight with airport departure tax
    • National Park entrance fee and Trekkers’ Information Management System( TIMS card)
    • A highly experienced, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English-speaking, well-trained, Government license holding guide. Price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport, and insurance.
    • 02 guest to 01 porter with their insurance, salary, food, accommodation, and equipment
    • Twin/double occupancy best available lodge accommodation in the mountains during trekking
    • Three meals a day; breakfast, lunch and dinner, and tea/coffee while trekking.
    • All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary


    • Your Nepal Visa fees 
    • All the International airfare to and from Kathmandu (no need to pay departure tax for international flights)
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
    • Personal travel and health Insurance, Insurance for helicopter evacuation
    • In case of extra more nights accommodation, lunch and dinner in city due to early arrival and late departure as well as early back/return from mountain/trekking (due to any reason) than the given time period of itinerary
    • Your Personal expenses such as ( laundry, baggage charge, phone calls, battery recharge, bar and beverage bill, boiled or bottled water, hot and cold shower, extra porter.. etc)
    • Tips to the trekking crews and drivers
    • Extra expenses due to flight delays, strikes, weather conditions, or any event out of our control

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There are plenty of ways of reaching the Everest Base Camp. It ranges from a brisk luxury heli tour of 1 day, to a shortened 5 days, 12 days, and 14 days to the maximum of 28 days. The onus is on you to pick anyone of these which best suits your time and purpose. Trekking Planner has one of the best tailor made flexible itineraries that allows you to enjoy the beautiful panorama in and around the Base Camp trekking circuit.

The altitude of Everest Base Camp reaches up to 5,364 meters / 17,598 feet on the South Face. The ascent to Everest Base Camp via south begins with a trek from Lukla through Namche Bazaar. Trekkers usually fly to Lukla and then begin their trek.

The Everest Base Camp trekking trail region is located in the Solukhumbu district in Nepal. It is within the Everest region.

The shortest and the best itinerary for Everest Base Camp is the Everest Base Camp 12 days trek. Besides that if you are really cramped up for then a helicopter tour is the best one to get a bird's eye view of the region. Getting to step down in the base camp in just 4 hours of flight by helicopter is rewarding. The other option you have is to trek all the way to Gorakshep and take a helicopter ride from there and back to Lukla or Kathmandu.

No, you will not need crampons for Everest Base Camp trek. You will just need good quality hiking boots and hiking poles for extra support and stability. If you are on a trek during the early spring months of January or February, you might need crampons depending on the intensity of the snowfall in that vicinity.

While trekking to the Everest Base Camp, we will spend nights at local tea houses and lodges. The accommodations generally are based on twin sharing. Single rooms can also be made available but it for that you will have to pay an extra $200 which is much more expensive. However in some places, single accommodations are not allowed because of less space.

During the entire trek journey, you get to enjoy authentic national and international foods and cuisines. It can be Tibetan, continental, Italian, and Indian. Trying out traditional Nepalese ethnic foods are mind-blowing for your taste buds just for a difference. You can also enjoy other foods like hot chocolates, drinks of different varieties and slices of bread and snacks. Breakfasts and dinner will be served on the same hotel/tea houses where you spend the night, according to the menu. Lunch will be served on the way where ever it remains suitable. Finally welcome and farewell dinner will be served in Kathmandu in full Nepali style.

Yes, with Trekking Planner one always has flexible options of all kinds of adventure seekers. Luxury is one thing that people always vouch out for more often than not. For luxury trek seekers we have a specially designed package Everest base camp luxury lodge trekking’ which provides overall best food and accommodation facilities. This kind of trekking, gives you the opportunity to enjoy the natural majestic environment with great pleasure and ease. To get more details and information, you can check our package Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trekking.

We have plenty of choices for Everest base camp trekking. It can be done both individually and in a group. For a group trek, you first need to make a group. You can make your own group from your country involving your friends, family, relatives and other known people. Once decided let us know and inform us about that so that we can give you the best possible services according to that. If somehow you are not able to form your own group then, you can simply contact us and we will place you in the group with others.

Yes, you can however conditions do apply. For instance if you cancel the trip in 60 days remaining for the trip, your full amount will be refunded. If you cancel the trip in the 30 days remaining for the trip, 25% of full amount will the refunded

But if you cancel the trekking trip in a week or less, your money will not be refunded as per the companies’ policy.

Clothes and gears are always vital and hold a thin line between success and failure. So, it is very important to pack the bags with needed stuff. Some major clothes and gears needed are trekking poles, socks, shoes, boots, gloves, hats and scarfs, and so forth. For further information, you can check our Suggested Equipment Checklist for information in details.

The best seasons to trek to Everest are February, March, April, May, September, October, and November. In these months the weather remains clear with familiar blue skies. You can get uninterrupted panoramic views at a stretch of few metres at each twist and turns. You get to encounter exotic flora and fauna along with vast and unpredictable landscapes and ecosystems. Besides that you can also have the best snowy experience as there are chances of snowfall too for you to observer if luck is on your side.

The slated months of June, July, and August, are the monsoon season. So, the rainfall can hinder your trekking plans. Also the paths are slippery and less relevant for hiking as there are high chances of falling apart. You can go for trek in this season in the Everest but it comes with unwanted and unseen risks. Therefore we ideally don't recommend it for trekking in the monsoon seasons. However if want to try something different and out of the box at your own calculated risk and confidence then we don’t mind taking you on a trek.

We have it all covered if in case you get sick in the middle of the trek our guides and helpers will be there to assist you. They are well experienced and trained to take different kinds of precautions and safety measures in this kind of situation. It is best advised to carry medicine called Diamox and consume it if you get acute mountain sickness issues. Also drink lots of water. If your condition doesn’t improve after first aid precautionary measures or if it becomes severe, you will be taken 300m downward from your current position. From there, you can trek again in substitute time according to the rate of your body recovery and the confidence.

This solely depends upon your choice as doing the Everest Base Camp Trek is always an expensive affair. You will need approximately 25$ to 30$ per day for lodging, food, and other accommodation/facilities. If you want to try something different then you have to spend it out of your own pocket.

For your convenience and managing your cost the best is to hire a guide cum porter. If you are with him/her you can enjoy the trek efficiently and your cost will also be minimal. S/he will show you the path as well as aid you in carrying your heavy stuff.

Yes, you can do it. It is always wise to train and tone your body before you make it to the Everest Base Camp Trekking. This will help you to work out on your stamina and physical endurance capacity. You can also take part in the hiking and walking programs on a weekly basis, in order to increase your walking speed and make you used to it.

This is a spur of a moment casualty unpredictable uncertain and unseen if it occurs. We as a trekking planner outfit always have it at the back of our mind and have our preparations in place. If any kind of emergency occurs, the rescue team is called as they are always ready to go. Helicopter rescue service is also provided to prevent immediate damage.

Yes, you surely can. But we need prior information in details so that we could manage the itinerary as per your requirement.

To go around the entire cities places of interest in Kathmandu is not possible if you are on a scheduled trekking journey in a limited time frame or in a single day. But yes we take you to the main places like Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath stupa , and Swayambhunath temples, and a few others. For exploring the valleys that are beyond the city limits and countryside, you need to plan your trip to Nepal in such a way that you could have spare days in Nepal.

Ironically this is one thing which we cannot guarantee you. It is not certain or a compulsion that you will find the toilet in every place that you trek on. So you need to be ready to hide behind large rocks and continue. But in the places where toilets are found, you can use them well. It is better to carry urinal bottles with you for your convenience and safety.

The Everest Base Camp Trek can be done from a minimum of 1 person to a maximum whichever the number of people. The maximum number of people is estimated to be 20 people. But for us we always try to keep the group a bit small. The advantage is that you can enjoy the trek with relative ease and comfort.

Yes, cell phone networks can be found on the trail of Everest Base Camp trek by making use of NCell or NTC networks. However, in certain areas, there may be no coverage at all.

During your trek on Everest region electricity is available to recharge your phones, laptop, iPads from micro-hydropower and solar panels on a paying basis. As for Wi-Fi, you do get it on your trekking trail journey till Namche. The only two places offering free Wi-Fi are Starbucks coffee in Lukla and Everest Bakery in Namche. Besides that at other places, you need to pay for using internet services, and variation in rates does apply as per the altitude and region.

Under normal circumstances yes, once you book your trips with us it’s more often than not guaranteed. Even if other trekkers cancel the trek with us we still put you on the trip. Trekking Planner and its name is a guarantee in itself. We are a tailor-made outfit as the numbers never ever hinder our trekking operations. We have solutions for every problem and are committed in providing you with a hassle and stress free holidays of your choice. However situations which are out of control such as a political riot, natural disaster, pandemic, epidemic or weather catastrophes, then it might be cancelled in the worst case. Other than that our trips are 100% guaranteed and always on time.