Everest Base Camp Trek

16 Days | Trek: 12 Days | Lodge or Camp | Maximum altitude: 5545 m | Minimum: 1 Person

This is a trek to base of the Mount Everest. In this amazing journey, we will trek deep into the land of wonderful Sherpa people, and get strikingly close to the world's highest mountain. The Everest Base Camp trek is one you will never forget in your life.

Adventure Imagine offers Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal aided by some of the most experienced trekking guides in the whole trekking industry, top class planning, small groups and affordable prices.

From Kathmandu, we fly to Tenzing-Hillary airport in Lukla to begin this trek. For many, the flight to Lukla itself is a thrilling experience. This is a moment when our trek of a lifetime - walk to the base of the world's highest mountain - the Mount Everest begins. For several days, we walk past beautiful Sherpa villages, cross suspension bridges over roaring rivers, visit the colourful monasteries and keep on going until we arrive at the Everest Base Camp. The beautiful Namche Bazar, the Tengboche monastery and small settlements at Pheriche and Lobuche are little things that inspire joy to all.

Namche Bazar, Everest Region Everest Base Camp - Yaks Tengboche Everest Base Camp from Kalapatthar

We are among few companies who offer summit of Kalapatthar and visit to the Base Camp both. Mount Everest appears unbelievably close and glorious from the summit of Kalapatthar at 5545 - the highest point of this trek. It is just unbelievable.

Everest Base Camp Trek - Itinerary
Day 01 Arrive in Kathmandu, Transfer to Hotel
Day 02 Kathmandu sightseeing tour, Cultural show in the evening, Hotel
Day 03 Flight: Kathmandu to Lukla (35 min flight), alt. 2800m,
            Trek to Phakding, 2610m, Lodge
Day 04 Trek Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3420m), Lodge
Day 05 Acclimatization walk to nearby Sherpa villages, back to Namche, Lodge
Day 06 Trek Namche Bazaar to Tengboche, 3870m, Lodge
Day 07 Trek Tengboche to Pheriche, 4240m, Lodge
Day 08 Trek Pheriche to Dughla, 4620m, Lodge
Day 09 Trek Dughla to Lobuche, 4930m, Lodge
Day 10 Trek Lobuche to Gorak Shep, 5160m,
            Continue to the Everest Base Camp at 5340, back to Gorak Shep, Lodge
Day 11 Hike up to top of Kalapatthar at 5545m in the morning
            Trek down to Lobuche, Lodge
Day 12 Trek back to Tengboche, Lodge
Day 13 Trek to Namche Bazaar, Lodge
Day 14 Trek to Lukla, Lodge
Day 15 Flight: Lukla to Kathmandu, Transfer to Hotel
Day 16 Trip ends. Transfer to airport or continue on extension programs


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  • When to trek?

  • Dates and Prices

  • How difficult is this

  • Equipment: what you need to bring?

  • Flights & Insurance

  • Detailed Itinerary


The Everest Base Camp Trek can be organized and is enjoyable throughout the year.

The best seasons are spring (Mar to May) and autumn (Oct to Dec) but they also attract a large number of trekkers from many countries. If you want to avoid busy season then second week of December to February are great.

It is monsoon during July/August with late rain often affecting September too. Flights to Lukla can be delayed or cancelled frequently so you will need some extra days as a backup. Otherwise, the area itself is very less affected and treks at this time are beautiful as ever.


We run a number of treks every year that you can join. Do not worry even if you do not find these dates suitable to you. We let small groups and even single trekkers to pick their own dates.

Indicators if treks are available: Available - Available, Limited - Limited Availability, Booked - Fully Booked/Unavailable

2016 - Starts Ends
Trip 1 09 Jan 2016 24 Jan 2016
Trip 2 21 Jan 2016 05 Feb 2016
Trip 3 03 Feb 2016 18 Feb 2016
Trip 4 16 Feb 2016 03 Mar 2016
Trip 5 01 Mar 2016 16 Mar 2016
Trip 6 11 Mar 2016 26 Mar 2016
Trip 7 21 Mar 2016 05 Apr 2016
Trip 8 04 Apr 2016 20 Apr 2016
Trip 9 11 Apr 2016 26 Apr 2016
Trip 10 21 Apr 2016 06 May 2016
Trip 11 04 May 2016 20 May 2016
Trip 12 11 May 2016 26 May 2016
Trip 13 21 May 2016 05 Jun 2016
Trip 14 04 Jun 2016 20 Jun 2016
Trip 15 11 Jun 2016 26 Jun 2016
Trip 16 11 Jul 2016 26 Jul 2016
Trip 17 11 Aug 2016 26 Aug 2016
Trip 18 02 Sep 2016 17 Sep 2016
Trip 19 12 Sep 2016 27 Sep 2016
Trip 20 25 Sep 2016 11 Oct 2016
Trip 21 02 Oct 2016 17 Oct 2016
Trip 22 12 Oct 2016 27 Oct 2016
Trip 23 25 Oct 2016 10 Nov 2016
Trip 24 02 Nov 2016 17 Nov 2016
Trip 25 12 Nov 2016 27 Nov 2016
Trip 26 25 Nov 2016 11 Dec 2016
Trip 27 -
Christmas Eve in Kathmandu after the trek
10 Dec 2016 25 Dec 2016
Trip 28 -
Christmas Eve at the Everest Base Camp
15 Dec 2016 30 Dec 2016

Remember that if you do not find these dates suitable to you. We let small groups and even single trekkers to pick their own dates. Just email us at - [email protected]


We rate this trek as a moderate one. This means neither it is too difficult nor too easy.

You need to have a reasonable fitness. If you can walk with a small backpack (like 10kg maximum) for about 6-7 hrs on a day, then you should be able to do this trek.


  • Thermal Underwear
  • Woolen hat (or balaclava)
  • Gloves
  • Down jacket or down vest
  • Trekking boots and spare laces
  • Hat (warm) scarf and gloves
  • Waterproof jacket, poncho or umbrella
  • Trousers
  • Running shoes, sandals or thongs (flip-flops)
  • Shorts and trousers or skirt
  • Wool-blend socks, liner socks and under wear
  • Thermal Underwear (not cotton)
  • Sunhat
  • Fleece Jacket
  • T-shirts (two or three) and long-sleeved shirt with collar.
  • Backpack
  • Sleeping bag and silk liner
  • Maps, compass and guidebook
  • Water bottle
  • Torch (flashlight), spare batteries and bulbs
  • Duffle bag (we provide this free of cost)
Miscellaneous Items
  • Toiletries
  • Quick-drying camp towel
  • Laundry soap powder or bar
  • Toilet paper and cigarette lighter
  • Sunscren (SPF 20+) and lip balm
  • Polarising sunglasses
  • Pocket knife
  • Sewing/repair kit (for tent and mattresses)
  • Iodine, water-purification tablets or filter
  • Medical and first-aid kit (see details here)
  • Insect repellent (for lower elevations)
  • Emergency kit including a whistle and waterproof matches/lighter
  • Locks for bags and lodge rooms
  • Stuff sacks
  • Earplugs.
Optional Equipments
  • Camera, Memory card and batter charger (or spare batteries)
  • Adapters
  • GPS unit
  • Altimeter
  • Binoculars
  • Books/magazines
  • Small duffle bag (to leave behind in Kathmandu)
  • Backpack cover (waterproof, slip-on)
  • Trekking Poles

Where can you get these equipment? Should you buy it or should you hire it? Get all these information and answers on our trekking equipment page.


Flights -

We arrange all domestic flights (Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu) for you as required by the trekking schedule. You will need to look for international flights to Kathmandu yourself. However, we can look for the international flights upon request.

Insurance -

It is very important to have a proper travel insurance for your trip. Make 100% sure that the insurance policy you are buying sufficiently covers the trek upto 5500m. Make sure it covers helicopter rescue evacuation and medical bills - just in case.

Our insurance covers only for the Nepali staff, including guide, all field staff and porters. There is no burden whatsoever on your part for the Nepali staff - we understand it is our responsibility and we protect them all.


For detailed itinerary of the Everest Base Camp Trek, please email us at - [email protected]


What is included -
1. Airport pickup/drop by private vehicle
2. Kathmandu hotel on twin share & breakfast, 3 star (upgrade or budget possible)
3. Kathmandu sightseeing tour with guide, entrance fees
4. Flights: Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
5. Everest National Park entrance fees
6. Trekking guide, porters
7. Daily wages and insurance of guide and porters
8. Staying in local lodges while on trek
9. Breakfast, lunch and dinner on trek
10. First-aid kits and communication devices (with guide) on trek
11. Waterproof duffel bag for your trekking kits (yours to keep)
12. Sleeping bag (rent)
What is not included -
01. International flights
02. Nepal visa fees
03. Lunch and dinner while you stay in Kathmandu
04. Any kind of drinks while on trek
05. Your personal medical and travel insurance, evacuation/medical expenses
06. Tips etc
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Who can do the Everest Base Camp Trek?

If you are reasonably fit, and able to walk for 6-7 hrs with a small backpack, then you are good for the Everest Base Camp Trek. Having previous trekking experience is recommended but is not compulsory.


What about altitude sickness and acclimatization?

Our itineraries are carefully planned that keep plenty of time to rest and gain acclimatization at high altitudes.

Still on, it is possible to catch Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). We suggest not to rush up to altitude. Drink plenty of water, and avoid alcohol. Our guides are very experienced in noticing the symptoms of AMS early on and they will very attentive to help you.

Depending on conditions, you may have to rest at a place or descend down.


Average walking time is 5 hours. But depending on conditions, you may have to walk for 7 to 8 hrs. However, there will be time for rest, take photograph and enjoy the scenery.



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Health & Fitness:

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