Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days

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At a Glance
  • Duration12 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude 5644m
  • Group Size 1-15 Persons
  • Start City Kathmandu City
  • End City Kathmandu City
  • Trip Type Private and Group Join
  • Activity Trekking and Hiking
  • Best Season March - June and September - January
Trip Highlights
  • Reaching Everest Base Camp and the view from Kala Patthar
  • Mt. Everest, AmaDablam, Lhotse, Makalu, and other incredible Himalayan views
  • Khumbu Glacier and Icefall views
  • Prayer stones and mani walls
  • Sherpa culture and hospitality

One of the most famous trails in the world, Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek brings you face to face with the world’s highest mountain – Mt. Everest (8848.86m). The mountain was first summited in 1953 by Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary. Since then, people have traveled from all over the world to get a glimpse of the legendary mountain. The trek lies within Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, and the world’s highest national park. The park includes numerous snow-capped mountains, glaciers, valleys, lakes, and trails, and is home to the Sherpa people. If we’re lucky we may run into one of the rare animal species that inhabit the Khumbu region. This trek is a physically demanding journey that requires good fitness and acclimatization but is incredibly rewarding. As we climb higher into the mountains, our spirits are filled with the energy that the mountains give us.

Everest Base Camp trek is physically demanding and hence, you need a good level of fitness before you head off. However, anyone craving adventure and thrill in life can complete this trek with just 2-3 months of physical training. On an average of 5 to 7 hours of trekking with 400- 800 meters’ typical elevation gain per day, you will have the best 14 days of your life during the trek.

Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular trekking trail not only in Nepal but also in the whole world. Every year, more than 45,000 people head to the Everest region, and 90% of them stop at Everest Base Camp. Our 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek Package will present you with the captivating beauty of Himalayan ranges, Buddhist monasteries including the famous Tengboche Monastery, and picturesque villages and let you dive into the Sherpa culture while enjoying the dense rhododendron forests, mesmerizing rivers, and magical sunrise and sunset from Kalapatthar.

Breeze Adventure presents you with the adventurous and thrilling 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek Package with the assurance of everlasting memory for a lifetime. You can accomplish the trek with us even if you don’t have prior trekking experience. We have designed the trek based on our professional experience and adequate acclimation days to make it easier and safer. So, our Everest Base Camp Trek Package Itinerary is AMS-friendly. If you are looking for a budget, group joining, and time-friendly trekking package, the 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek Package is ideal for you!

Best time to do Everest Base Camp Trek

The best time for the Everest Base Camp Trek is autumn (September to November) and spring (February end to early May). The view these days is crystal clear and you can get a mesmerizing view of Skyscraping Mountains and natural landscapes.

Spring is great for climbers as well. Ice is solid rock and it is safe for climbing. You can enjoy the colorful spring flowers and tents on the way as well as meet the summiteers.

Winter starts in December and continues up to January's end. The trail is less crowded due to the cold weather so you can take it all for yourself. Celebrating New Year or Christmas at Everest Base Camp or in the Himalayas is an awesome idea after all!

Why Trek to Mount Everest Base Camp with Breeze Adventure?

A better question is, why not trek to Everest Base Camp with us? For years to come, you will tell your children and your children’s children about your adventures on this legendary trail! Breeze Adventure takes great pride in combining our years of knowledge and experience in the Himalayas with the pure passion and joy that we get from being in the mountains. We know that your experience with us will be truly memorable and successful. Here are a few reasons why to choose us:

Highly Experienced Licensed Team

All of our guides and porters are licensed and have extensive training and experience leading treks. They are familiar with every corner of the Everest region. You can trust that you will be in safe and capable hands during the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Professionally Designed Itinerary

Our Everest Base Camp Trek itineraries have been carefully designed by our team of experienced guides. We offer 7 different itineraries to choose from, all of which have been tried and tested successfully and have received positive feedback from our clients. Our itineraries provide options for customizable holiday plans as well.

Best Price

Our Everest Base Camp Trek costs set us apart from other travel companies in Nepal. We offer the best prices for this trek and provide transparency about what is included and excluded in the cost during the booking process. We do not have any hidden charges.

Secure Payment

We understand the value of your hard-earned money and want to ensure that your deposit is safe with us until the completion of your trip. We offer various payment gateways, including secure online payment options through our website.

24x7 Customer Service

You can reach out to us anytime with any questions or concerns about your trip. A member of our team will be available to assist you from the time you arrive until the time you depart. You can contact us via WhatsApp or call us at the provided number anytime.

Eco-Friendly Trip

Our Everest Base Camp Trek packages are sustainable and eco-friendly, ensuring that our presence does not harm the environment. Our team actively works to promote and support the mountain economy, and by traveling with us, you will be contributing to the local Sherpa community.

Most Popular Trekking and Tour in the Everest Region




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A representative from Breeze Adventure will welcome you to our hotel.  We will prepare you with information and gear for your trek.

  • Max Altitude: 1400m
  • Accommodation: 2 and 3 Star Hotel
  • Transport: Car or van

Early in the morning, we catch a flight to Lukla from the Kathmandu domestic airport. The views from the plane build our anticipation and excitement for the trek. After landing, we are welcomed by our crew and the cool Himalayan breeze.  We pass beautiful Sherpa villages, their agricultural fields, and many mani stones and prayer wheels.  We see a spectacular view ofKusumKanguruas we reach Phakding. Overnight in a guest house.

  • Max Altitude: 2860m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 3 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 8km

After breakfast, we begin to head to Namche Bazaar.  We cross several suspension bridges, enjoying views of Thamserku.  Following the DudhKoshi River bank, we pass other small Sherpa villages, reaching Monjo and officially entering Sagarmatha National Park.  We stop at Jorsalle village for lunch and continue along the riverbank through pine forests.  We cross the highest suspension bridge of the Everest region, and trek upwards.  We catch our first glimpse of Mt. Everest and continue to Namche Bazaar. Overnight in a guest house.

  • Max Altitude: 3440m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 6-7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 11km

Wake up with a pleasant view of Mt. KongdeRi as we have our breakfast.  Today is our acclimatization day.  At higher altitudes, there is less oxygen in the air.  We must take time to let our bodies adjust to the difference. To help acclimatize, we take a short day hike up to Sagarmatha National Park Museum and Khumjung Village.  The supposed Yeti scalp at the monastery and the Everest Viewpoint are memorable moments of the hike. Also, from the museum, we can see a perfect view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, AmaDablam, and many more pristine peaks.  On the way down, we can stop at the world’s highest 5-star hotel and enjoy a cup of tea.  Afterward, we explore Namche Bazaar.  Namche is a major trade center in the Khumbu region and is densely populated by the Sherpa people.  The city is bustling with trekkers who have finished or are preparing for the Everest Base Camp Trek.  Bakeries, cafes, equipment stores, jewelry shops, and restaurants line the streets of Namche Bazaar. Overnight in the guest house.

  • Max Altitude: 3880m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 3 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 5km

After breakfast in Namche Bazaar, we head to Tengboche.  We warm up quickly on our steep ascent towards Tengboche.  After about 25 min., we pass the museum once again and take in the views.  We hike on the gentle flat trail to Kyanjuma, which is being built by Pasang Sherpa, and stop for lunch at PhungiThanga.  Now we reach a junction, and continuing on the EBC path, we hike up the steep trail.  The rhododendron and pine forests, distract us during the strenuous hike.  After a couple of hours, we arrive at Tengboche, which gives us awe-inspiring Himalayan mountain views.  At the Tengboche monastery, there is a daily ritual at 6 am and 3 pm, which we can observe.  The sunset over Mt. Everest from this little village is something you will never forget.  Overnight at guest house.  

  • Max Altitude: 3860m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 5 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 10km

After breakfast, we start the walk with the majestic Ama Dablam towering before us. From Tengboche, the trekking trail descends down for about 30 minutes and reaches Pangboche. The trail is beautiful with amazing sights of the Himalayas and many trekkers around. We get into Imja Valley which shows the beautiful view of the Lobuche River, before getting to Dingboche by evening. Dingboche is a lovely village. We will see the cultivation of Potatoes and Barley there. Here, people surround their fields with stone walls to protect the crops from cattle and cold air. Enjoy the beauty of the mountain while you spend a comfortable night in a tea house

  • Max Altitude: 4400m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 6 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 11km

Wake up face to face with the beautiful mountain AmaDablam and have breakfast. With our day packs, we head up to Nagarjuna viewpoint.  As we climb, the village in the distance looks beautiful, and we also have an awesome view of Mt.Khangtega, Mt. Thamsherkhu, and many more. Though the viewpoint looks close, it normally takes about three hours one way. At the top, we have the most incredible views.  On the left, we seeCholatse Peak and Lake, and on the right, we see small blue glacier lakes at the bottom of Mt. AmaDablam, as well as amazing views of Mt. Makalu, Island Peak, Chopolu (Holy Mountain), Baruntse and Mera Peak.  The six-hour roundtrip hike is well worth it.  After the day hike, we have lunch and hang out around Dingboche.  Overnight at guest house.

  • Max Altitude: 5120m/4730m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 3 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 5km

We start our day and warm up our bodies with a 15-minute uphill hike toward Dhukla.  The distance from Dingboche to Lobuche is short, but in the high altitude, we walk a bit slower than in the previous days. After walking for a couple of hours on the gentle flat trail with views of the gorgeous Tawache and Cholatse Peak, we arrive at our lunch spot in Thukla.  It is located at the bottom of the Khumbu Glacier tongue from where we can see the fresh glacier water flowing as a little river. After lunch, the trail is steep up to the Everest Memorials. These are monuments of those people who have lost their lives during Everest expeditions.  After we visit this legendary place, we head to Lobuche through the gentle flat trail.  The sunset view of Mt. Nuptse in the evening is splendid. Overnight at guest house.

  • Max Altitude: 4940m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 6 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 11km

We wake up full of energy today, excited to make it to Everest Base Camp.  We have breakfast earlier than in previous days and head up to Gorakshep via Khumbu Glacier. The trail to Gorakshep is mostly uphill and rocky. Sometimes we can see avalanches on Nuptse Mountain (from a safe distance) and hear cracking sounds from the Khumbu Glacier while we are heading up to Gorakshep. After having lunch and dropping our bags off at Gorakshep, we head to Everest Base Camp with our day pack.  The trail is a steep, rocky incline. Everest Base Camp is located on the Khumbu Glacier, where we can see the deadly Khumbu Icefall, Mt.Khumbutse, and Pumori, though we cannot see Mt. Everest.  In March and April, Everest Base Camp is full of colorful tents because of the different summit expedition groups. It is quite a sight to see some of the best mountaineers preparing to take on the world's highest mountain.  

  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 8 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 15km

After waking up early in the morning, we begin our climb to KalaPatthar.  The breathtaking view of Mt. Everest, AmaDablam, and many others right in front of us is incredible. After enjoying the view and taking some photos at KalaPatthar, we come back to Gorakshep and have our breakfast. After breakfast, we head down to Lobuche.  The trail to Lobuche goes downhill via the Khumbu Glacier.  On our way, we can visit the solar house. Eventually, we end up in Pheriche. Overnight at guesthouse.

  • Max Altitude: 5643
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 13.5km

After a nice, comfortable sleep in Pheriche, we have breakfast and head down to Namche Bazaar. After walking for about one hour, we are back on the previous trail that we took on the way up to Everest Base Camp. The trail to Namche Bazar is mostly downhill to Dibuche and from there it is a 25 min walk up to Tengboche.  After a quick revisit to Tengboche monastery, we go down to PhungiThanga for lunch. After lunch climb up to Kyanjuma for one and a half hours and enjoy the gentle flat trail to Namche Bazaar.  Tonight, we celebrate our successful Everest Base Camp Trek!!

  • Max Altitude: 3440m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 13.5km

After having breakfast with gorgeous mountain views, we start heading down to Lukla.  We head down for half an hour while enjoying the last view of Mt. Everest and say bye to the mountains. We will cross six suspension bridges and pass several Sherpa villages today before arriving in Lukla. After crossing the highest bridge, we walk another 3 hours to handing and stop for lunch.  We arrive in Lukla after 2.5 hours of walking the beautiful trail through the Sherpa settlements. Time to enjoy the last night of the Himalayas in Lukla!

  • Max Altitude: 2860m
  • Accommodation: Guest House
  • Time: 7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Walking Distance: 18km

Have breakfast and then walk to Tenzing-Hillary airport and fly back to Kathmandu/Ramechap in the morning. Spend the rest of the day exploring the city. Farewell dinner in the evening. Overnight in hotel. 

  • Max Altitude: 1400m
  • Accommodation: 2/3 Star Hotel
  • Time: 30 Min
  • Meals: Breakfast

14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary is designed by our very well-experienced mountain guides. It is a tested and successful itinerary for regular hikers. If you are planning to trek to Everest Base Camp with your kids or senior family members, we can design a special itinerary with a shorter camp and more days acclimatization days for you as your travel duration.

Cost Details
What's Included
  • Transportation to and from Tribhuvan Airport.
  • Three nights in a 2-3 star hotel in Kathmandu, breakfast included.
  • All transportation for the trek, including flights to and from Lukla.
  • Local guest house accommodation in the mountains.
  • Government-authorized experienced guides and porters
  • Insurance, food, accommodation, and wage for guides and porters
  • Hygienic meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
  • All equipment (sleeping bag, warm layers, etc.)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Maps
  • Service charges and government taxes
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry fee
  • Post-trek celebration dinner in Kathmandu
What's Not Included
  • International airfare
  • Meals in Kathmandu (besides breakfast)
  • Shower and electronic charging fees at guest houses during the trek
  • Alcoholic drinks, chocolates, tea, and coffee
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • Extra accommodation and meals outside of the itinerary


Add-Ons & Options

Enhance Your Everest Base Camp Trek with Exclusive Services:

  • Solo Travelers: Elevate your experience with a $250.00 single supplement fee.
  • Private Porter Service: Opt for a private porter at an additional $200.00 cost.
  • Helicopter Flight to Lukla: Opt for a helicopter flight to/from Lukla instead of a plane flight at an additional $450.00 one way.
Dates & Price
Select a Departure Month
Jul 05, 2024From:Kathmandu City
Jul 16, 2024To:Kathmandu City
Jul 16, 2024From:Kathmandu City
Jul 27, 2024To:Kathmandu City

We especially quoted and specified the below list of Everest Base Camp Trek start dates for the group joining option. Let us know if the below dates don't work for you we will surely add your available days to fit your interest.

Besides, the trekking cost mentioned below covers your 14-day trip. A new cost will be generated if you have some extra days in Kathmandu or would like to add or abate the number of trek days.

Group Discount Prices
Number of peoplePrice per person
1 pax
2 - 5 pax
6 - 10 pax
11 - 15 pax

Essential Information

Meals On EBC Trek

When it comes to the Everest Base Camp Trek, meals are an important aspect to consider. With Breeze Adventure, you can look forward to a variety of delicious and diverse food options in the Everest region. As a general rule, meals are included in the trip price, giving you the opportunity to try both local and international dishes during your trek. Bon appétit!

Our guides are available to help you choose the right meals and to recommend dishes to try. You can expect to have breakfast in the morning, lunch in the afternoon, and dinner in the evening. Breakfast options may include toast, omelets, chapatis, porridge, pancakes, and boiled eggs. For lunch and dinner, you may have the chance to try fried noodles, pizza, dal bhat (a Nepalese national dish), potato rostis, thukpa, macaroni, and boiled local vegetables, among other options. We are dedicated to ensuring that you have a satisfying and enjoyable dining experience during your Everest Base Camp Trek.

Accommodation on EBC Trek

Tea houses are a combination of guest houses, restaurants, and dining halls that are commonly found along the trekking routes in Nepal. Most tea houses offer private rooms, although in busy seasons and at high altitudes, these may not always be available. The rooms are typically basic, with two beds and minimal furnishings, and warm blankets are usually provided. Bathrooms are shared and may have either squat-type or western-style toilets. Most tea houses have running water, although it may be cold, and a few may have hot water (gas heaters) available for an additional fee.

In the dining room lounge, you'll find a metal stove used for heating and often for cooking as well. Above Tengboche, rooms may not have electric lighting unless the village has hydroelectric power, but the dining room usually has solar lighting. Some tea houses now also have electricity for charging small electronic devices like phones and cameras, although there may be a charge for this service.

During a tea house trek, you'll typically have breakfast and dinner at the tea house and lunch at one of the trailside restaurants. Every tea house serves the traditional Nepali dish of dal bhat (rice and lentils) as well as a variety of other foods like rice, vegetables, noodles, potatoes, and soup. Some may offer Western-style dishes like pizza, pasta, and fries with a Nepali twist. Soft drinks, snacks, and beer are available at most tea houses and trailside restaurants, and you'll find Nepali milk tea served everywhere.

All tea houses have boiled water available for trekkers, and we encourage you to avoid purchasing bottled water on the trail to reduce environmental waste. Plastic bottles can be difficult to dispose of and have become a significant problem in the region.

Acclimatization Days on EBC Trek

As the elevation increases quickly, it’s dangerous to continue without acclimatizing as oxygen level decreases at higher altitudes. So, acclimatization days are crucial during the EBC trek. We will have two acclimatization days on our Everest Base Camp Trek, one at Namche Bazaar (3440m) and the other in Dingboche (4,450m). We will visit viewpoints to get amazing views of Mt. Amadablam, Makalu, Baruntse, Lhotse, and many more while acclimatizing.

Pacing each day on the Trail

A good pace on Everest Base Camp is key to a successful EBC Trek. Your pace makes a huge difference in the high altitude. All hikers should keep a slow and steady pace while walking on the trail above 3,000m. Our guide leads at a very gentle pace so you have a successful trek.

Laundry on Everest Trekking

Some of the hotels we use offer laundry services for an additional charge. However, there may be times when you need or want to do your laundry, so we recommend bringing a non-polluting, biodegradable soap. This will help protect the environment and ensure that you can sustainably clean your clothes.

Visas and Entry Requirements

You will need a valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining. It's important to check the visa requirements for your destination(s) before you travel, as they can vary depending on your country of origin and your destination. You can contact your local embassy or consulate or consult with a travel agent for the most current information. Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documentation, and we recommend verifying this information on your own as well. We do our best to keep the following visa information up to date, but rules and regulations can change suddenly. We provide this information in a good faith, but please understand that you are ultimately responsible for obtaining and maintaining the necessary visas for your trip.

Budget for Your Trip

Everyone has different spending habits, so the amount of money you'll need for drinks, shopping, and tipping can vary widely. When planning your trip, please keep in mind your spending habits and budget accordingly. You may also want to consider the following specific recommendations when it comes to money management:

Travel Insurance

All travelers on our trips are required to have travel insurance. This is a mandatory requirement to join the group. Our CEO will check to see that you have appropriate coverage before you can join the trip. Your insurance policy must include medical coverage with a minimum of $200,000 for emergency rescue and repatriation. It is also strongly recommended that the policy covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment, loss of luggage, and personal effects. If you have credit card insurance, we will need a receipt or credit card statement showing that you have purchased the trip with a credit card in your name. Please contact your bank to find out which insurer they partner with, the level of coverage offered, and the emergency contact number.

The EBC Trek Package | Group Trek | Private Trek

Are you planning a trek with a group of friends or family? At Breeze Adventure, we offer both group and private trek options. If you're organizing a group, you may be eligible for discounts based on the size of your team. Simply click on the 'We offer group discounts' link on the right to view our price list and see the discounts available.

Please note that if Breeze Adventure assembles the group, discounts will not be offered. No matter the size of your group, we can accommodate you and provide a group leader, porter (one porter for every two trekkers), and an assistant guide (for groups of more than 11 trekkers) to ensure a successful and enjoyable trek.

A typical day on the Everest Trek

Each day of the trek will offer a unique experience that includes enjoying the scenery, taking photos, and exploring local villages. Qualified expert Sherpas will provide information and historical context about the places you visit as you trek. Most of your luggage will be carried by porters, but you may need to bring a small bag for your valuables.

We typically begin the day's walk between 7 and 8 AM, depending on the length and nature of the trek. After walking for three to four hours, we will stop for lunch and a rest before continuing in the afternoon. The afternoon walk is typically shorter, lasting two to three hours. When we reach our overnight lodging (lodge, tea house, or tent), you can enjoy snacks and then have free time to explore nearby areas.

Dinner is served around 6 or 7 PM. After dinner, you will have time for casual conversations. The expedition leader/guide will also provide a briefing about the plan for the following day. You can spend the rest of the evening playing board games, watching mountaineering documentaries, learning Nepali words, or reading books before going to sleep.

Electricity, battery recharge, and water on EBC Trekking

Wi-fi is generally available at all lodges and hotels where you will be staying.

In addition to packed mineral water, you can also carry boiled water or use water purification pills during the trek. Electricity for charging cameras and mobile devices is available at an additional cost at all lodges.

Everest Base Camp Trek Safety

At Breeze Adventure, the safety, security, and satisfaction of our clients are our top priority. We take every precaution to ensure your well-being during the trip, including carrying necessary gear, equipment, and first aid kits. Our leaders and guides have received extensive first-aid training. If any trekker becomes ill due to altitude sickness, we will assess the situation and take appropriate action to ensure the safety of all team members. In case of an emergency, a rescue helicopter is always on standby to bring you back from higher elevations. Our team will stay together for safety and there is no risk of getting lost in the challenging terrain.

Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness is a critical situation. If recognized in the early stage, it is not so dangerous; however, it can leave severe long-term damage to your body if prolonged. Treatment is possible, but if you hydrate yourself, maintain a healthy pace, and acclimate, you can prevent it.

People start to feel altitude sickness after 3000 meters. If you get it, you must descend at least 300-1,000m as soon as possible. But don’t worry, our team will take good care of you!

a) Acute Mountain Sickness:

Acute Mountain Sickness is the most common altitude sickness. It can happen to anyone who has never experienced a high elevation in their life. Minor symptoms can happen at an altitude of 1500m-3000m. This makes people feel nauseous and dizzy, have headaches, and have muscle aches. Drinking enough water and taking an extra day for acclimatization will help to recover if you feel early symptoms.

b) High Altitude Pulmonary Edema:

This is also caused by a deficiency of oxygen in our bodies. When there is less oxygen, our lungs are under pressure and start to fill with fluid. The symptoms are similar to pneumonia. It feels like a slow and painful poison on our bodies so we need to descend as soon as possible. It becomes dangerous to walk and breathe so you need to be carried by a guide, or horse or take a helicopter evacuation. Our well-experienced Sherpa guide will take care of you and help you avoid HAPE on our Everest Base Camp Trek.

c) High Altitude Cerebral Edema:

Again caused by a lack of oxygen in our body, cerebral edema happens when there is fluid in our brain. It makes us lose coordination, have trouble walking, and get a severe deep headache that cannot be cured by taking medicine. So, we must descend to the lower elevation as soon as possible. Our Sherpa guides are trained to recognize the early phases and they will take care of you in any kind of mountain sickness.

Better safety for your Everest Base Camp Trek

The trail is safe from avalanches but still, you need to be careful while hiking. Don’t tease the Yaks, choose the inside lane while donkeys pass on the trail and let heavy-load carrying porters pass first. Some trails are a bit narrow, so don’t walk on the Cliffside as rocks might be loose. Avoid using side trails as only yaks and experienced local porters use them. Lastly, visit your doctor before heading for the trek to be safe.

The Best Everest Base Camp Tours and Alternate Trekking Packages

The EBC Trek is a top-notch adventure, offering unparalleled views of the surrounding landscape, mountains, and hills. As you walk through the fresh, cool air, you'll be able to feel the presence of the highest peak in the world - Mt. Everest.

If you want to take your journey to the next level, you can consider adding on the Mt. Everest Expedition or a Heli tour to or from the base camp. It's easy to plan and customize your trip to suit your budget, length of stay, and preferences.

EBC is a dream destination for many adventure seekers, and when people think of Mt. Everest, they often think of the EBC Trek or Expedition. However, many other travel itineraries include a visit to the EBC.

Come face-to-face with the tallest peaks, including Mount Everest

Are you ready for an adventure that will take you to breathtaking heights and give you a glimpse into the hidden beauty of the Himalayas? Our 14-day EBC trek is just what you're looking for!

At an elevation of approximately 5400 meters, you'll be treated to stunning views of several peaks over 8000 meters tall. You'll get the chance to capture close-up shots of Pumori, Nuptse, Mt. Lobuche, and more, as well as the majestic Everest itself. The Khumbu glacier and its surroundings will fill your heart with a sense of joy and wonder, and during peak climbing season, you may even have the opportunity to observe the colorful tents set up by mountaineers against the stunning landscape. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity - join us on the EBC trek today!

Everest Base Camp Trek Package for 2024 | 2025 with Local Guides and Sherpas

Do you want to be one of the few people to visit the Everest region and experience the thrill of high-altitude winds and snow? If so, our 14-day EBC trek is for you!

Our experienced mountain guide at Breeze Adventure has led hundreds of trekking groups to their destinations, and we've helped many parties make the journey to the Everest Base Camp in Nepal. We offer services to tourists of all ages and fitness levels, and we can customize the trip to meet your needs.

If you want to spend more time in the mountains, we can even extend the 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek to fit your schedule. Don't miss this opportunity to be surrounded by the tallest mountains and share your experiences with others - book your trip now!

Booking and Payment Policy

Please review our terms and conditions before booking a trip with us. Once the booking is confirmed, we will send you a confirmation letter. Our policies are transparent and do not have any hidden clauses, and we do not have any hidden charges. If you have any questions about our terms and conditions, our team will be happy to assist you at the time of booking.

How to book a trek with us?

Ready to book your Everest Base Camp Trek with us? Great! To secure your spot, we require a 25% advance payment, which is refundable towards the total cost of the trip. Simply transfer the payment and send us a copy of your passport, along with some other required details, to complete the booking process. You have the option to pay the remaining cost of the trek in cash upon your arrival in Kathmandu, or you can choose to pay the full amount in advance. Just let us know which payment option works best for you.

We accept Credit Cards (such as Master Card or Visa), wire/bank transfers, and cash payments. If you choose to pay by Credit Card, please note that there will be an additional 4% charge from the bank. You can also use our website's secure payment gateway to make the deposit. If you are in Kathmandu, you can use cash for the payment.

Experience the rich culture, stunning views of the Himalayas, and charming Sherpa villages on our Everest Base Camp Trek. Get the best price for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure by contacting us at +9779851045078 (Kishwor Adhikari). We are available on Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber, Telegram, and WeChat 24/7. Don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or to book your trek.


i) Please note that when you pay with a credit/debit card, your card issuer may charge a percentage of the total amount as a fee. This fee is determined and collected by the bank and is not under our control. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

ii) If the advance payment you send does not match the required amount, please make up the difference when you arrive in Kathmandu. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

What happens when the trek is canceled?

Have you ever had a trip disrupted due to unexpected events? It can be frustrating, right? Unfortunately, sometimes our company has to postpone trips due to circumstances such as political unrest, bad weather, or natural disasters. But don't worry, if that happens we will give you the option to either receive a refund or postpone the trip to a later date. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Last-minute Everest Trek booking in Nepal

We recommend booking in advance, but if you need to make a last-minute booking, Breeze Adventures has a special provision for this. In the case of a last-minute booking, we must receive full payment for the trip 24 hours before departure. We will do our best to operate the trek on your desired dates, but please be aware that there may be delays due to circumstances beyond our control. For more information, please contact us at 977-9851045078 (KIshwor) or email info@breezeadventure.com.

Important Considerations for EBC Trek

Are you excited to embark on a breathtaking adventure at the Everest Base Camp? Before you set out on your trek, it's important to make sure you're well-prepared and acknowledge the possible scenarios that lie ahead. To help you have the best possible experience on your EBC trek, here are a few important things to consider as you plan your trip:

  • Due to heavy air traffic at Kathmandu Airport, all flights to the Everest region are currently operating from Ramechap Manthali Airport. Manthali is located about a 5-hour drive from Kathmandu, so trekkers must leave Kathmandu at 1:00 am to make the morning flight. Alternatively, trekkers can stay in Manthali the night before to avoid the need for an early morning drive. It should be noted that there are no flights available from morning to evening due to high winds in the afternoon.
  • Flights to and from Lukla may be disrupted due to poor weather conditions at Manthali and Lukla airports. It is highly recommended to include 1-2 extra days in your itinerary to account for potential delays or cancellations. To minimize the risk of missing your international flight, it is advisable not to book a flight on Monday if you are scheduled to fly from Lukla on Sunday. Instead, consider booking for Tuesday or Thursday as an alternative.
  • To avoid the early morning drive from Kathmandu to Manthali, you may choose to fly by helicopter from Kathmandu to Lukla at an additional cost of approximately $300-$500. The price of the helicopter flight is subject to change depending on weather conditions and demand.
  • There is no additional fee for the package rate for solo travelers. However, if you are traveling alone and wish for a single room, please add on the single supplement during checkout.
  • Please pack lightly and efficiently, as our porters are only permitted to carry a maximum of 20 kg. We will provide you with a packing list and a duffle bag that is easy for porters to carry.
  • All flights to Lukla have a weight limit of 15 kg per person. If your luggage exceeds this weight limit, you will be charged an additional fee of 150 Rupees per kg at the airport. It is recommended to avoid exceeding the weight limit to avoid additional fees.
  • After you confirm the trip, please provide us with a copy of your passport as we need it to book flights between Manthali and Lukla.
  • The price of the trek includes three meals per day. This does not include any drinks or snacks. While breakfast is included in Kathmandu, lunch and dinner are not.
  • Hot showers in the mountains are available for an additional cost of $4-$6. Charging your battery costs an additional $2-$4.
  • If you want to stay connected to the outside world during your trip, you can purchase a Wi-Fi card in Lukla or Namche Bazaar (Everest Link) for $30. This card provides 10-20 GB of data for use over 30 days in the Everest region. Please note that the quality of the Wi-Fi may vary depending on the weather and location.
  • The weather in the mountains can change rapidly, so please be understanding if there are any delays. Please pay attention to and follow the instructions of your guide if the trip itinerary needs to be altered due to poor weather conditions.
  • Drones are strictly prohibited in the Everest region without a special permit. This is because there are many emergency helicopter flights in the area, and the region is home to the highest national park in the world, which was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1979. Obtaining a permit for drones is a lengthy and complicated process, so it is best to leave your drone at home.


Please be assured that Breeze Adventure manages our treks to the highest standards. Your safety and satisfaction are our priority. We will support you to the best of our abilities with any issues that may arise. From time to time flights to and from Lukla may be delayed due to weather conditions. It is often worthwhile to include a day or two extra in your schedule to be used in the event of a delay, or if you require a little extra time during the trek. We will work with you to ensure you get the most from your trek and visit to Nepal.

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days FAQs

  • If more than 40,000 trekkers are making the trip every year, why can’t you? The trek is not difficult at all. It is quite safe and rewarding, the only difficulty being the high altitude. So, people of all ages, sizes, and shapes can train beforehand and make a trip to the Everest Base Camp. Acclimatizing for a couple of days in a trip of 14 days (including pre and post-night at Kathmandu) would avoid probable altitude sickness. You can go for short or express EBC trek as well if you have previous hiking experience.

  • Everest Base Camp Trek is just a slow hike on a man-made trail, not a rigorous mountain climb. But you will hike 5-6 hours each day for two weeks, so don’t underestimate this trip. Also, you need not be a marathon runner or fitness freak to make this trip successful. With proper acclimatization, a slow pace, and solid preparation, everyone can complete this trek. If you don’t have experience walking uphill, you might need 7-10 weeks of training to build your stamina and cardio endurance. Don’t forget to consult your doctor before you train or start the trek to EBC!

  • The weight limit for luggage is 10 kg per trekker. One porter will be assigned to every two trekkers, and the combined luggage for both trekkers should not exceed 20 kg. We do not overload our porters.

    You may need to bring a small knapsack or backpack for your valuables and important items. Only bring essential items. Excess baggage can be left at your hotel or Breeze Adventure Pvt Ltd store at no cost.

    If you are willing to take a heavy bag with you, we can provide a personal perter at an additional cost.

  • During the trek, you will have access to internet services at lodges for a small fee. Once you reach higher altitudes, communication will primarily be through the phone. Breeze Adventure will keep in touch with all clients at least once a day through our trek leader using various methods such as Signal, WhatsApp, phone, and Messenger to ensure your safety and well-being.

    Signal strength may be weak at higher elevations, but you can purchase a local SIM card in Kathmandu to improve connectivity.

  • Everest Base Camp stands at an elevation of 17,598 feet (5,364 meters) above sea level. The journey to reach it begins at an elevation of 5,364 meters in Kathmandu and culminates at a peak of 18,192 feet (5,555 meters) at Kala Patthar.

  • There is not any road access to Lukla yet. So we must fly from Kathmandu/ Ramechap to Lukla for the Everest Base Camp Trek. However, the road is building up to Lukla and it would be ready in a few years. If you want to avoid the flight to and from Lukla, you could add a few days to the itinerary and start your Everest Base Camp Trek trek from Phaplu. On this itinerary, you would drive to Phaplu, Nunthala and start the trek up to Lukla and continue up to Everest Base Camp on the same trail.

  • There is not any guesthouse at the Everest Base Camp. Everest Base Camp is located above the Khumbu glacier so it is not possible to build a guesthouse. There is a space for the tent camp for the expedition groups. However, if you are willing to sleep at EBC and come to Nepal during March, or April, we can manage a night stay at the expedition group’s tent at an additional cost.

  • It's important to pack as lightly as possible to keep you on the move, right? But don't worry about carrying all of your gear yourself, we provide one porter for every two travelers and we will give you a waterproof duffel bag to carry your trekking gear. This will make it easier for you to enjoy the trip without being weighed down by heavy luggage.

    Please note that the maximum weight limit for porter-carried luggage is 10 kg (22 lbs) per person, and the weight limit for luggage on the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla is also 10 kg (22 lbs) with a hand luggage limit of 5 kg (11 lbs). Some of your luggage can be left in Kathmandu (although the hotel may charge a storage fee), but you'll need to bring all your trekking gear with you.

    Please carefully review the checklist in the trip notes for details on what to bring for the trek. You'll need to bring a comfortable, medium-sized day pack to carry the items you'll need during the day. Look for a pack with a waist strap or padded waist belt for added comfort. Remember that the weather can be changeable at high altitudes, so layered clothing is recommended year-round.

  • Yes, obviously this trek is for you! This trek leads you into the high valley of the Himalayas. All you need is hiking experience and strong determination. People who have never been up to 200m in their life also have made it all the way to EBC without any altitude sickness. While hiking, you must remember to go slow and steady. This trek does not have any age limit. 80+ years old people also reached Everest Base Camp, as well as 6-year-old children. This Trek is for all-age people around the world who have wanted to accomplish their bucket list dream. As long as you do some preparation and follow our guides, you should have no problem reaching base camp.

Clients Reviews

  • Everest Base Camp Trek with Breeze Adventure!

    Had an awesome time trekking with Breeze Adventure and especially my guide Dawa. The service was excellent and far exceeded expectations. Really, it was more than I could ever imagine from start to the finish. Thank you all Breeze Adventure Team for this lifetime experience. I highly recommend trek with Breeze Adventure for your best trek in Nepal.


    Khin DurongAustria,April 18, 2024
  • Singapore to Gokyo Lakes EBC Trek! Life-Time Experience!

    We are very happy trekking to Everest with Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes. We started our journey on March 13 and ended on 26th of March. We trek to Gokyo Lakes first and went to Everest Base Camp via Chola Pass. The view from Gokyo Ri was so amazing! The lake and Mountain views were superb.

    Thank you very much Kishwor for recommending to add Gokyo Lakes to our trip. The Everest Base Camp part was so beautiful. We hike to Kalapatthar in the evening and the sunset view from the top of Kalapatthar was just amazing! It was cold but worth the view of Mt. Everest with sunset lights!

    Hiking to Everest Base Camp was another excitement! Thank you to our guide for guiding us very safely to Gokyo, Kalapatthar, and EBC. We can not make it without our guide and porters' help. Thank you very much Kishwor Advikari for organizing the Amazing trek to Gokyo Ri, Chola Pass, and Everest Base Camp. We highly recommend this company for trekking in Nepal Himalayas. 


    Ming TeoSingapore,March 29, 2024
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