Everest Base Camp Trek

Trip Overview
Detail Itinerary
Trip Info & Chart
Cost & Services

Trip Overview:

The world famous Everest Base Camp trek takes 17 days and reaches a maximum height of 5,545m at Kala Pattar, offering fine views of Mount Everest. The trek has a number of stunning attractions which include spectacular scenery, monasteries and the Sherpa people of the Solu Khumbu. The trek starts and finishes at Lukla where there is a small airport at 2,800m.
Our trip is a few days longer than most to allow for full acclimatisation by party members.

Introduction

The trek to Everest Base Camp is for good reason one of the most famous in the world, and is a ‘must-do’ trip for all outdoor enthusiasts. With awe-inspiring views of the world’s highest and most beautiful mountains, our treks are carefully organised to ensure you have plenty of time to acclimatise comfortably, making sure you can enjoy the trekking experience to the full.

The first day we have a briefing and sightseeing day in Kathmandu, where we can make sure that your kit is what you need and help you to get anything in the shops of bustling Thamel where our office is based. Then we’ll fly to the world famous mountain airstrip at Lukla and begin the trek up the Khumbu Valley. We pass through many Sherpa villages, including the famous Sherpa ‘capital’, Namche Bazaar, as well as visiting the monastery at Thyangboche (or Tengboche).

The trekking is on good trails, with some moraine stretches nearer to our destination but nowhere is this climbing or even scrambling – there are good paths all of the way. You can expect to trek for 4 to 6 hours each day, with some days spent resting and acclimatising to ensure that we are all fit and healthy at altitude. This makes the trek suitable for any averagely fit walker. On the route accommodation is in Nepal’s famous tea houses – the accommodation is basic but comfortable and the friendly, hospitable Nepali people make your stay a memorable one.

Activities: Trekking and Hiking

Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu and all meals during the trek

Transportation: Domestic flight and vehicles

Outline Itinerary

Fly to Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Fly Kathmandu to Lukla
Trek to Namche Bazaar
Acclimatisation day at Namche
Namche to Deboche
Trek to Dingboche
Acclimatisation
Trek to Lobuche
Trek to Gorak Shep, trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364m
Climb Kala Pattar, trek to Pheriche
Trek to Deboche
Trek to Namche
Trek to Lukla
Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
At Leisure in Kathmandu)
Depart Kathmandu
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Day 9
Day 10
Day 11
Day 12
Day 13
Day 14
Day 15
Day 16
Day 17
Day 1

Fly to Kathmandu

You will book your own flights to Kathmandu, but we meet you at the airport to begin our ‘airport to airport’ service – look out for the Climb High representative!

Day 1
Day 2

Kathmandu
Rest day / Sightseeing in Kathmandu.

 

Day 2
Day 3

Fly Kathmandu to Lukla

It’s an early morning start for the famous flight to Lukla 2,840m the gateway to the Khumbu. This is an exciting flight, which should afford a glimpse of Everest in the distance. In Lukla we  meet our trek staff and porters and set off straightaway for our first night’s stop at Phakding. Situated on the banks of the Dudh Kosi, which drains the whole of the Khumbu Region, this small hamlet is on the main trade route through the area and there are a number of clean, well-built lodges where we can spend the night.

 

Day 3
Day 4

Trek to Namche Bazaar

We will continue up the banks of the Dudh Kosi, crossing it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo where we will enter the Khumbu National Park. We will then cross the confluence of the Dudh Kosi and the Bhote Kosi on a high suspension bridge and climb steeply for about two hours up ‘Namche Hill’ to reach Namche Bazaar 3,440m. This is a prosperous trading town and the capital of the Khumbu Region. Many Tibetans cross the nearby border to trade their wares and the local market is a fascinating spectacle. This is a good place to buy genuine Tibetan artefacts. Just across the valley to the east stand the peaks of Thamserku and Kangtega, both very impressive mountains.

Day 4
Day 5

Acclimatisation day at Namche

We will spend two nights in Namche Bazaar. This will allow our bodies to become acclimatised to the altitude of 3,440m (11,300ft). We’ll see local sights and visit the village of Khumjung with its famous bakery.

Day 5
Day 6

Namche to Deboche

From Namche, the well-worn Everest trail contours around the side of the valley high above the Dudh Kosi. As we follow the path, we will get our first really good views of the great peaks of the Khumbu: Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam. Passing by several villages and numerous tea shops, we will cross the Dudh Kosi River and make a steep climb to Thyangboche, home the famous monastery and surely one of the world’s best viewpoints looking up three enormous Himalayan valleys. We drop down to the river and the village of Deboche 3,700m a little further along the trail, where we will stay in a relaxing lodge. In 2005, Climb High undertook a restoration project for the nunnery and provided a new roof and kitchen.

 

Day 6
Day 7

Trek to Dingboche

Shaded by rhododendron trees, the trail crosses an airy suspension bridge just beyond Deboche. An hour’s walking from here will bring us to Pangboche, an excellent viewpoint for Ama Dablam. Contouring up the valley side, we will re-cross the river and turn up the Imja Valley to reach the picturesque farming village of Dingboche 4,410m.

Day 7
Day 8

Acclimatisation

Dingboche is a good location for acclimatisation prior to our ascent up the upper section of the Khumbu Valley. While in Dingboche we can attend a seminar about high altitude acclimatisation at the hospital in nearby Pheriche, run by the Himalayan Rescue Association. The walk over to Pheriche and back will also serve as good acclimatisation training and so make the walk doubly worthwhile.

                                                                  

Day 8
Day 9

Trek to Lobuche

We will retrace our steps back to Pheriche before continuing along the trail up the broad valley bottom towards Dugla. Ahead of us is the trekking peak of Lobuje East 6,119m, and to our left is the formidable north face of Taweche. After three hours we reach the small collection of lodges at Dugla 4,620m. We might choose to walk up to the Sherpa memorials, from where there are outstanding views of Ama Dablam, Cholatse and Taweche. From Dugla, the trail climbs steeply beside the glacial moraine. After a few hours the track eventually leads to a small cluster of tea houses pleasantly situated at Lobuche 4,940m.

Day 9
Day 10

Trek to Gorak Shep, trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364m

About three hours beyond Lobuche we reach Gorak Shep 5,160m, the site of the 1953 expedition’s base camp. Contouring along the valley side, the trail leads on to the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and becomes quite vague, weaving between mounds of rubble. After about 3 hours we will eventually reach base camp near the foot of the Khumbu Icefall. For those visiting base camp in the spring, it is a chance to meet teams making an ascent of the mountain. Base Camp is actually spread over quite a wide area and we will spend some time wandering through it and getting a sense of what it must be like to be camped here for two whole months, whilst attempting the mountain. To go any further than base camp, you will need to be a mountaineer! A fascinating day before the return trek to

Gorak Shep.

Day 10
Day 11

Climb Kala Pattar, trek to Pheriche

Today we will make an ascent of Kala Pattar 5,545m and organise ourselves for the trip to base camp the following day. It is highly recommended to make an afternoon and evening ascent of Kala Pattar for hopefully a sunset view of Everest. The climb takes between 2 and 3 hours and can be hard work, but the effort is rewarded by the classic view of Everest and the Khumbu Icefall, as well as Lhotse, Nuptse, and Pumori immediately above. For many teams, this is as far as they go on the Everest Trail.We retrace our steps to Lobuche, and return down the Khumbu Valley, stopping for a break in Dugla. With views of the stunning peak of Ama Dablam ahead of us, we continue along the flat valley to Pheriche.

 

Day 11
Day 12

Trek to Deboche

Following the main Everest trail down the beautifully scenic valley, we pass through Pangboche and re-cross the river before arriving at the quiet hamlet of Deboche.

 

Day 12
Day 13

Trek to Namche
Back to civilization – love it or hate it!

 

Day 13
Day 14

Trek to Lukla

This is a fairly long day, but by now you will be fit and acclimatized to higher altitudes and consequently it will seem very easy.

Day 14
Day 15

Fly Lukla to Kathmandu

An early morning flight. The afternoon can be spent exploring the city and visiting some of the temples, or simply browsing bookshops and shopping in the Thamel area.

 

Day 15
Day 16

At Leisure in Kathmandu

Rest day / for those eager to see as much of Kathmandu as possible, an early start is worthwhile to visit the temples of Pashupatinath and Swayambhunath and districts of Bhaktapur and Patan. Durbar Square is also on the essential list, as is the shopping area of Thamel.

Day 16
Day 17

Depart Kathmandu 

We take you to the airport in good time for your flight home.

 

Day 17
  • Private trek or group option

We can organise this trek on a private basis for groups of friends, families, clubs, charities or any other group. Depending on your previous trekking experience, you may want a Climb High leader or have no ‘leader’ but sill use the help of one of our guides and/or porters. Costs for this option are available on demand but are often not a huge amount greater than joining one of our ‘fixed departures’. Please contact us with your referred dates and itinerary and we’ll give you a quote.

  • Additional Information

If you wish to discuss any aspect of the trek or your suitability for it, please contact us by telephone:

00 (977) 1-470-1398

Alternatively, you can contact us by email at: info@climbhighhimalaya.com

  • Booking

To book a place on this trek, please complete the booking enquiry on our ‘Reservations’ page.

As we are a Nepali company, you will need to send your deposit by bank transfer to our bank account in Kathmandu. This is a completely safe process and may be done at any UK, European, Aus/NZ or US bank in a few minutes. Some banking websites even allow this to be done online.

Details will be sent to you once you have decided to proceed with your booking.

  • Equipment


Trekkers need to provide their own personal clothing and equipment. It is recommended that you use tried and tested kit on the trip rather than relying on brand new kit you’re not sure of.

A complete kit list is to be found on this website.

  • Porter Protection


Climb High is a local Nepali company and as such we treat our own people with the respect and good conditions you would expect. Many team members are from our own families and you can be assured that the treatment they receive is second to none. All insurances and porter conditions are met, and more.

  • Why use Climb High?
  • Our acclimatisation schedule and trip organisation is designed to give everyone in the team the best chance of reaching base camp in great condition and feeling healthy.
  • This trek is accommodated in lodges with traditional Nepali hospitality.
  • Treks are led by highly experienced leaders plus Sherpas and porters.
  • Porter welfare is paramount to us – we are a local company and want to ensure that we take care of our own staff.
  • We are a premium Nepali trekking operator, with impeccable local contacts – any changes in plan can be dealt with far more effectively using our experience and network of local contacts.
  • We have our own modern offices in central Kathmandu in Mandala Street – Thamel’s premium street

IMPORTANT NOTE: Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary, but as this is adventure travel in a remote mountain region, please take the itinerary as a statement of intent rather than an absolute. Travel in Nepal can be dangerous, delayed and highly changeable. Weather conditions, availability of porters and the health of team members can all contribute to changes. The guides and their Sherpa assistants will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if necessary.

  • Cost:

US$ 1540 per person

  • Services Includes:
  • Flights Kathmandu|Lukla|Kathmandu,
  • Airport tax,
  • Domestic baggage 15kg,
  • All meals and accommodations in tea houses during the trek,
  • Guide|Trek leader,
  • Porters for the trek,
  • Insurance for guide and porters,
  • Sagarmatha National Park fees,
  • Trekking permit (TIMS),
  • Climb High duffle bag,
  • First-Aid kit,
  • Hotel in Kathmandu - 4 nights,
  • Rescue arrangements,
  • VAT.
  • Services Excludes:
  • Insurance and it should cover helicopter evacuation in case of an emergency and from Lukla if normal scheduled flights can’t fly due to weather disturbance,
  • Soft and hard drinks,
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu,
  • Meals in Kathmandu,
  • Bottled mineral water,
  • Personal trekking gear,
  • Tips for guides and porters,
  • any other expenses in case of any natural disaster.

Travel Reviews:

Kara and Seth
3 PEAKS
In November 2016, my wife Kara and I took our second trekking trip with Climb High Himalaya.
The trip was 25 days trekking and climbing Lobuche...
Paul Anderson & Daniella
California, U S A
Larkya peak / Tsun valley 2016
May 16, 2016
Namaste! First of all, let me thank you/Climb High for an incredible experience! The Manaslu/Tsum trek and Larkya Peak climb were amazing and everything...
Raimund Mair
May 16, 2016
I just wanted to let you know that I had a safe trip to Kathmandu and back to Austria. Everything worked out perfect. Thanks a lot to all you guys! It was an amazing experience...
Hauke Kornmesse
Feb 9, 2016
It was a well organized trip.
I enjoy the trip the more the longer I am back home. But honestly: it was a well...
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  • Trip Duration: 16 Nights 17 Days
  • Activities: Trekking and Hiking
  • Region: Everest
  • Accommodation: Teahouses during the trek
  • Trip Grade: Moderate
  • Altitude: Maximum 5545 m/18192 ft

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Everest Base Camp Trek

US$ 1540 per person

5/5
  • Trip Duration: 16 Nights 17 Days
  • Activities: Trekking and Hiking
  • Region: Everest
  • Accommodation: Teahouses during the trek
  • Trip Grade: Moderate
  • Altitude: Maximum 5545 m/18192 ft
Trip Overview
Detail Itinerary
Trip Info & Chart
Cost & Services

Trip Overview:

The world famous Everest Base Camp trek takes 17 days and reaches a maximum height of 5,545m at Kala Pattar, offering fine views of Mount Everest. The trek has a number of stunning attractions which include spectacular scenery, monasteries and the Sherpa people of the Solu Khumbu. The trek starts and finishes at Lukla where there is a small airport at 2,800m.
Our trip is a few days longer than most to allow for full acclimatisation by party members.

Introduction

The trek to Everest Base Camp is for good reason one of the most famous in the world, and is a ‘must-do’ trip for all outdoor enthusiasts. With awe-inspiring views of the world’s highest and most beautiful mountains, our treks are carefully organised to ensure you have plenty of time to acclimatise comfortably, making sure you can enjoy the trekking experience to the full.

The first day we have a briefing and sightseeing day in Kathmandu, where we can make sure that your kit is what you need and help you to get anything in the shops of bustling Thamel where our office is based. Then we’ll fly to the world famous mountain airstrip at Lukla and begin the trek up the Khumbu Valley. We pass through many Sherpa villages, including the famous Sherpa ‘capital’, Namche Bazaar, as well as visiting the monastery at Thyangboche (or Tengboche).

The trekking is on good trails, with some moraine stretches nearer to our destination but nowhere is this climbing or even scrambling – there are good paths all of the way. You can expect to trek for 4 to 6 hours each day, with some days spent resting and acclimatising to ensure that we are all fit and healthy at altitude. This makes the trek suitable for any averagely fit walker. On the route accommodation is in Nepal’s famous tea houses – the accommodation is basic but comfortable and the friendly, hospitable Nepali people make your stay a memorable one.

Activities: Trekking and Hiking

Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu and all meals during the trek

Transportation: Domestic flight and vehicles

Outline Itinerary

Fly to Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Fly Kathmandu to Lukla
Trek to Namche Bazaar
Acclimatisation day at Namche
Namche to Deboche
Trek to Dingboche
Acclimatisation
Trek to Lobuche
Trek to Gorak Shep, trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364m
Climb Kala Pattar, trek to Pheriche
Trek to Deboche
Trek to Namche
Trek to Lukla
Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
At Leisure in Kathmandu)
Depart Kathmandu
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Day 9
Day 10
Day 11
Day 12
Day 13
Day 14
Day 15
Day 16
Day 17
Day 1

Fly to Kathmandu

You will book your own flights to Kathmandu, but we meet you at the airport to begin our ‘airport to airport’ service – look out for the Climb High representative!

Day 1
Day 2

Kathmandu
Rest day / Sightseeing in Kathmandu.

 

Day 2
Day 3

Fly Kathmandu to Lukla

It’s an early morning start for the famous flight to Lukla 2,840m the gateway to the Khumbu. This is an exciting flight, which should afford a glimpse of Everest in the distance. In Lukla we  meet our trek staff and porters and set off straightaway for our first night’s stop at Phakding. Situated on the banks of the Dudh Kosi, which drains the whole of the Khumbu Region, this small hamlet is on the main trade route through the area and there are a number of clean, well-built lodges where we can spend the night.

 

Day 3
Day 4

Trek to Namche Bazaar

We will continue up the banks of the Dudh Kosi, crossing it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo where we will enter the Khumbu National Park. We will then cross the confluence of the Dudh Kosi and the Bhote Kosi on a high suspension bridge and climb steeply for about two hours up ‘Namche Hill’ to reach Namche Bazaar 3,440m. This is a prosperous trading town and the capital of the Khumbu Region. Many Tibetans cross the nearby border to trade their wares and the local market is a fascinating spectacle. This is a good place to buy genuine Tibetan artefacts. Just across the valley to the east stand the peaks of Thamserku and Kangtega, both very impressive mountains.

Day 4
Day 5

Acclimatisation day at Namche

We will spend two nights in Namche Bazaar. This will allow our bodies to become acclimatised to the altitude of 3,440m (11,300ft). We’ll see local sights and visit the village of Khumjung with its famous bakery.

Day 5
Day 6

Namche to Deboche

From Namche, the well-worn Everest trail contours around the side of the valley high above the Dudh Kosi. As we follow the path, we will get our first really good views of the great peaks of the Khumbu: Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam. Passing by several villages and numerous tea shops, we will cross the Dudh Kosi River and make a steep climb to Thyangboche, home the famous monastery and surely one of the world’s best viewpoints looking up three enormous Himalayan valleys. We drop down to the river and the village of Deboche 3,700m a little further along the trail, where we will stay in a relaxing lodge. In 2005, Climb High undertook a restoration project for the nunnery and provided a new roof and kitchen.

 

Day 6
Day 7

Trek to Dingboche

Shaded by rhododendron trees, the trail crosses an airy suspension bridge just beyond Deboche. An hour’s walking from here will bring us to Pangboche, an excellent viewpoint for Ama Dablam. Contouring up the valley side, we will re-cross the river and turn up the Imja Valley to reach the picturesque farming village of Dingboche 4,410m.

Day 7
Day 8

Acclimatisation

Dingboche is a good location for acclimatisation prior to our ascent up the upper section of the Khumbu Valley. While in Dingboche we can attend a seminar about high altitude acclimatisation at the hospital in nearby Pheriche, run by the Himalayan Rescue Association. The walk over to Pheriche and back will also serve as good acclimatisation training and so make the walk doubly worthwhile.

                                                                  

Day 8
Day 9

Trek to Lobuche

We will retrace our steps back to Pheriche before continuing along the trail up the broad valley bottom towards Dugla. Ahead of us is the trekking peak of Lobuje East 6,119m, and to our left is the formidable north face of Taweche. After three hours we reach the small collection of lodges at Dugla 4,620m. We might choose to walk up to the Sherpa memorials, from where there are outstanding views of Ama Dablam, Cholatse and Taweche. From Dugla, the trail climbs steeply beside the glacial moraine. After a few hours the track eventually leads to a small cluster of tea houses pleasantly situated at Lobuche 4,940m.

Day 9
Day 10

Trek to Gorak Shep, trek to Everest Base Camp 5,364m

About three hours beyond Lobuche we reach Gorak Shep 5,160m, the site of the 1953 expedition’s base camp. Contouring along the valley side, the trail leads on to the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and becomes quite vague, weaving between mounds of rubble. After about 3 hours we will eventually reach base camp near the foot of the Khumbu Icefall. For those visiting base camp in the spring, it is a chance to meet teams making an ascent of the mountain. Base Camp is actually spread over quite a wide area and we will spend some time wandering through it and getting a sense of what it must be like to be camped here for two whole months, whilst attempting the mountain. To go any further than base camp, you will need to be a mountaineer! A fascinating day before the return trek to

Gorak Shep.

Day 10
Day 11

Climb Kala Pattar, trek to Pheriche

Today we will make an ascent of Kala Pattar 5,545m and organise ourselves for the trip to base camp the following day. It is highly recommended to make an afternoon and evening ascent of Kala Pattar for hopefully a sunset view of Everest. The climb takes between 2 and 3 hours and can be hard work, but the effort is rewarded by the classic view of Everest and the Khumbu Icefall, as well as Lhotse, Nuptse, and Pumori immediately above. For many teams, this is as far as they go on the Everest Trail.We retrace our steps to Lobuche, and return down the Khumbu Valley, stopping for a break in Dugla. With views of the stunning peak of Ama Dablam ahead of us, we continue along the flat valley to Pheriche.

 

Day 11
Day 12

Trek to Deboche

Following the main Everest trail down the beautifully scenic valley, we pass through Pangboche and re-cross the river before arriving at the quiet hamlet of Deboche.

 

Day 12
Day 13

Trek to Namche
Back to civilization – love it or hate it!

 

Day 13
Day 14

Trek to Lukla

This is a fairly long day, but by now you will be fit and acclimatized to higher altitudes and consequently it will seem very easy.

Day 14
Day 15

Fly Lukla to Kathmandu

An early morning flight. The afternoon can be spent exploring the city and visiting some of the temples, or simply browsing bookshops and shopping in the Thamel area.

 

Day 15
Day 16

At Leisure in Kathmandu

Rest day / for those eager to see as much of Kathmandu as possible, an early start is worthwhile to visit the temples of Pashupatinath and Swayambhunath and districts of Bhaktapur and Patan. Durbar Square is also on the essential list, as is the shopping area of Thamel.

Day 16
Day 17

Depart Kathmandu 

We take you to the airport in good time for your flight home.

 

Day 17
  • Private trek or group option

We can organise this trek on a private basis for groups of friends, families, clubs, charities or any other group. Depending on your previous trekking experience, you may want a Climb High leader or have no ‘leader’ but sill use the help of one of our guides and/or porters. Costs for this option are available on demand but are often not a huge amount greater than joining one of our ‘fixed departures’. Please contact us with your referred dates and itinerary and we’ll give you a quote.

  • Additional Information

If you wish to discuss any aspect of the trek or your suitability for it, please contact us by telephone:

00 (977) 1-470-1398

Alternatively, you can contact us by email at: info@climbhighhimalaya.com

  • Booking

To book a place on this trek, please complete the booking enquiry on our ‘Reservations’ page.

As we are a Nepali company, you will need to send your deposit by bank transfer to our bank account in Kathmandu. This is a completely safe process and may be done at any UK, European, Aus/NZ or US bank in a few minutes. Some banking websites even allow this to be done online.

Details will be sent to you once you have decided to proceed with your booking.

  • Equipment


Trekkers need to provide their own personal clothing and equipment. It is recommended that you use tried and tested kit on the trip rather than relying on brand new kit you’re not sure of.

A complete kit list is to be found on this website.

  • Porter Protection


Climb High is a local Nepali company and as such we treat our own people with the respect and good conditions you would expect. Many team members are from our own families and you can be assured that the treatment they receive is second to none. All insurances and porter conditions are met, and more.

  • Why use Climb High?
  • Our acclimatisation schedule and trip organisation is designed to give everyone in the team the best chance of reaching base camp in great condition and feeling healthy.
  • This trek is accommodated in lodges with traditional Nepali hospitality.
  • Treks are led by highly experienced leaders plus Sherpas and porters.
  • Porter welfare is paramount to us – we are a local company and want to ensure that we take care of our own staff.
  • We are a premium Nepali trekking operator, with impeccable local contacts – any changes in plan can be dealt with far more effectively using our experience and network of local contacts.
  • We have our own modern offices in central Kathmandu in Mandala Street – Thamel’s premium street

IMPORTANT NOTE: Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary, but as this is adventure travel in a remote mountain region, please take the itinerary as a statement of intent rather than an absolute. Travel in Nepal can be dangerous, delayed and highly changeable. Weather conditions, availability of porters and the health of team members can all contribute to changes. The guides and their Sherpa assistants will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if necessary.

  • Cost:

US$ 1540 per person

  • Services Includes:
  • Flights Kathmandu|Lukla|Kathmandu,
  • Airport tax,
  • Domestic baggage 15kg,
  • All meals and accommodations in tea houses during the trek,
  • Guide|Trek leader,
  • Porters for the trek,
  • Insurance for guide and porters,
  • Sagarmatha National Park fees,
  • Trekking permit (TIMS),
  • Climb High duffle bag,
  • First-Aid kit,
  • Hotel in Kathmandu - 4 nights,
  • Rescue arrangements,
  • VAT.
  • Services Excludes:
  • Insurance and it should cover helicopter evacuation in case of an emergency and from Lukla if normal scheduled flights can’t fly due to weather disturbance,
  • Soft and hard drinks,
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu,
  • Meals in Kathmandu,
  • Bottled mineral water,
  • Personal trekking gear,
  • Tips for guides and porters,
  • any other expenses in case of any natural disaster.