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Everest Base Camp

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13 Days
Availability : 6/5 2023 - 18 /5/2023
Min Age : 18+
  • 13 Days
  • Nepal - Himalayas
  • Min Age : 20
  • Max People : 15
  • Require High fitness level (Difficult)
  • Trip Type: Mountain hikes
  • Weather forecast: 5 - 10 C
Tour Details

Are you ready for an adventure where you challenge yourself? And discover the mighty Himalayas!

Everest base camp trek allows you to immerse yourself in the life of the Himalayas, in 14 days of amazing mountain hiking, live your experience amid the friendly townspeople, the sounds of refreshing village life, facing all obstacles to reach the top of Mount Everest, and enjoying the stay in the Nepalese tea houses, with stunning views of fields and mountains, and much more.

Getting to the main camp of the world’s greatest mountain deserves to be on your bucket list in life


Trip guide


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Departure & Return Location

Tribhuvan International Airport “Kathmandu Airport” (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • Consultation at all stages of preparation for the journey, including psychological and physical.
  • Accommodation in a 4-5 star hotel one day before the flight and one day after the flight, including breakfast
  • Securing professional leaders
  • Full health insurance + emergency evacuation plan
  • Full insurance on electronic equipment and devices
  • Accommodation in the finest Nepalese tea houses
  • Transportation to and from the airport
  • Provide a special porter for each participant
  • Provide three meals during the days of the walk

Price Excludes

  • Air ticket to and from Nepal
  • Getting a visa at the airport $40
  • Companion Team Tips - Usually the tip is $80
  • water while walking
  • Special purchases such as chocolate, etc.
Participation Terms
  • Mental and physical readiness to adapt to changing circumstances
  • To be willing to challenge and change
  • The age should be between 20 to 55 years
  • The participant is free from diabetes and heart diseases
  • The participant is free from chest and lung diseases
  • The participant must not be obese
  • Approval of terms and conditions on the site.


  • For individual rooms the difference amount must be borne and paid in advance. For an individual tent the difference amount must be borne and paid in advance.

Day 1 Namaste, Nepal

Now that we’re here, a PANGAEA rep will be waiting outside the airport gates to take us to our hotel. Depending on when everyone arrives, we’ll plan to have our briefing meeting once we’ve settled in.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 2 Off to Lukla and Trekking to Phakding

Good morning! We’re transferring to the airport to board one a stunning 45-minute mountain flight through the Himalayas. From Lukla (2,652 m), we trek downhill toward the Dudh Koshi (Milky River) – a raging river that flows from the glacier of the highest mountains. This fairly easy and well-marked trail meanders around the fields of potatoes and wheat, passing through many traditional villages to reach Phakding. After about three hours of trekking, we’ll spend our first night in Phakding.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control

Day 3 Trek To Namche Bazaar

trek after breakfast, passing through pine forest, rhododendron, magnolia, and cultivated terraces to get to Sagarmatha National Park in the mountain capital, Namche Bazaar. Spectacular mountain peaks like Nupla (5,885 m), Kongde Ri (6,093 m) and Thamserku (6,808 m) rise majestically above us throughout most of the day.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 4 Acclimatization Day Hike to Shyangboche

It’s important to spend an extra night at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization purposes before venturing higher. We’ll do a short day hike up to the Everest View Hotel in Shyangboche at 3,833 m for stunning views of Ama Dablam and Mount Everest. Average trekking time is 2 hours.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 5 Trek To Thyangboche

We leave for trek to Thyangboche (3,780 m) early in the morning after breakfast following a trail around the ridges for some spectacular views of Ama Dablam. Everest can be clearly seen on the horizon before we descend through splendid rhododendron forests for lunch. After lunch, we cross Dudh Koshi River once again and begin a long winding ascent that takes us to the famous Buddhist monastery of Thyangboche – built in 1912 and considered the spiritual and cultural center of these highlands. The monastery has been recently re-built with the assistance of Sir Edmund Hillary after it was destroyed by fire in 1989. As this area is a devout Buddhist region, the wildlife is unharmed so there is always a possibility that we may see some wild animals such as musk deer, mountain goat, and pheasants in the forest..

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 6 Trek To Dingboche

The trail now ascends up to Imja Khola before an easy climb along a wide open trail to a small mountain village named Pangboche, sitting at 3,901 m. We may take a slight detour to visit an old monastery where Lama Geishi gives his blessings to those attempting to stand on Sagarmatha’s highest point. Then we gradually head uphill to Dingboche at 4,365 m as the trail passes through the valley surrounded by awe-inspiring mountains..

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 7 Trek To Lobuche

Walking on barren slopes above the tree line, trek will have us see impressive peaks like Cholatse, Lobuche, and Pumori unfold before us. Rock Cairns dedicated to the memory of climbers who have died attempting the world’s highest mountains can be seen at Dugla Ridge. Further up, we begin to follow the longest glacier in Nepal – the Khumbu Glacier – to the Lobuche settlement at 4,955 m for our overnight stay. We will feel the temperature drop here as we become more elevated and exposed to the upper

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 8 Trek To Gorak Shep

The trail follows the rocky moraine of the Khumbu Glacier toward the high settlement of Gorak Shep at 5,395 m where we stop for lunch before continuing our journey toward Everest Base Camp at 5,340 m. We’ll be spending some time here taking in the view before we descend back to Gorak Shep for the night. This spectacular village is surround by beautiful mountains, including Pumori (7,145 m), Lingtren (6,697 m), Nuptse (7,745 m) and of course Everest (8,850 m). Our average

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 9 Climb Kalapattar - Trek to Pheriche (Optional)

We’re up early this morning to climb Kalapattar at 5,545 m, which can take anywhere between 2 to 3 hours. If the weather’s on our side once we reach the top of the hill, we may be treated to one of best views of the great black pyramid that is Mount Everest. We then embark on our 8-hour descent into the village of Pheriche at 4,252 m.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 10 Back To Namche Bazaar

Headed on a roughly eight-hour trek back to Namche Bazaar at 3,440 m, we’ll make a stop at Pangboche Monastery – the oldest in the region – if we haven’t done so already on the way up. Otherwise, we can stop at the village to admire the view of Ama Dablam.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 11 Back To Lukla

We’re retracing our steps along the Dudh Koshi River – a beautiful and easy walk through pine and rhododendron forest with a view of Kusum Kanguru. Climbing out of the river valley, we head back to Lukla at 2,652 m to savour our final mountain sunset after around 6 hours of trekking.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 12 Back To Kathmandu

We’re boarding our beautiful flight through the Himalayan mountain range bright and early this morning to get back to Kathmandu. We’re transferred to our hotel upon arrival and have the remainder of the day to explore the city freely. Today also acts as a buffer in case our flight to or from Lukla is cancelled for weather reasons.

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Day 13 Homeward Bound

We will be transferred to the airport according to the schedule of flights specified for each participant…

The schedule may change according to circumstances out of our control.

Important Information

What to bring?


Adjustable Ski/Trekking poles. 1 pair.

Head torch. Bring extra batteries (preferably Lithium).


Running shoes and sandals. 1 pair to wear at the end of every day for comfort.

Light Hiking Boots or trekking shoes. 1 pair of sturdy boots in which you can wear a light synthetic sock (optional) under a heavy sock comfortably, either wool or synthetic. Shoes should be very Water Proof and Warm.

Gaiters. 1 pair used to keep rocks/snow out of shoes and boots dry.

Wool or Synthetic Socks. 3 pair heavyweight socks (wool is warmer). If you’re going to be layering socks, check fit over feet and inside boots. Remember to keep one fresh, dry pair of socks available for the summit.

Liner Socks (optional). 3 pair of smooth thin wool, nylon or Capilene to be worn next to the skin. This reduces the incidence of blisters and hot-spots and makes the outer sock last longer before needing to be changed. They should fit well with your heavyweight socks.


Lightweight Long Underwear. 2 pairs of Tops & 1 pair of bottoms, Capilene, other synthetic or wool. No Cotton. Lightweight is preferable as it is more versatile. Zip-T-neck tops allow more ventilation options. If available, bring 1 set of white or light colored for intense sunny days and 1 pair of dark for other days.

Synthetic Shirts. Sweat wicker material. No Cotton Preferably 1 short sleeved and 2 long sleeved. Light colors preferred.

Fleece/Soft Shell jacket. 1 Mid and 1 Heavyweight fleece. A full-zip version is easier to put on and has better ventilation than a pullover. Zip-T’s are also good.

Down or Synthetic jacket. Medium to heavy weight for Kala Patthar and evenings.

Hard Shell jacket w/ hood. We recommend a waterproof breathable shell material with full front zipper, underarm zips, and no insulation. This outer layer protects against wind and rain.

Trekking Pants. Synthetic pants to be worn every day.

Underwear. Synthetic or cotton.


Heavy Gloves. A good pair of heavy gloves works well. Should not be too tight or too loose son that it’s warm enough.

Lightweight synthetic gloves. Quick drying material. Should fit comfortably inside heavy gloves.


Warm Lightweight synthetic/wool hat. Preferably hat should cover ears.

Baseball cap/sun hat. One with a good visor to shade the nose and eyes. Synthetic is nice as it dries quickly but not necessary.

Bandana/Buff. Used to shade your neck from continuous sun exposure.

Glacier glasses. 100% UV, IR, high quality optical lenses with no more than 8% light transmission (category 3 or 4). If you wear contact lenses we recommend packing a spare pair of glasses—it is a good idea to have these with “photo-gray” or equivalent light-sensitive material so they can double as emergency sunglasses.


Trekking Backpack. A daypack big enough to carry water bottles, camera, lunch and extra clothing. Porters carry the rest. 40L is a good capacity.

Water Bottles: 2 Wide mouth bottles with minimum 1 Litre capacity per bottle. 1 or 2L water bag or bladder systems is also good in the lower regions but tend to freeze higher up so not ideal on summit day. Total carrying capacity should be 2L.

Sunscreen. SPF 30 or higher, Make sure that the sunscreen is not older than 6 months as it would lose half of its SPF rating.

Lipscreen. SPF 40 or higher, again not older than 6 months.

Sports Drink Mix (optional). Powdered electrolyte drink mix can help you rehydrate. Bring 2-1 Servings per day for 7 days.

Sleeping bag. Expedition quality to at least 10- comfort rating0. Down is lighter, warmer and less bulky, but more expensive than synthetics


Dry Sacks. Keeps clothing and other items dry and organized.

Duffle Bag. A small duffle can be nice for storing things at the hotel during the expedition and extra clothing while traveling.

Zip lock bags. To store food, tablets, documents, camera etc.

Trail snack food items (optional). Bring your favorite energy bars, GU packets etc for the long

Travel clothes. Don’t forget to bring clothing to wear after the climb on your return home. Otherwise, no one will want to sit next to you on the plane!

Toiletries. Soap, wet wipes, toothbrush, towel, hand sanitizer, foot powder, dust mask, ear plugs etc.


Small personal first-aid kit. The guides will have a first-aid kit. Please let us know about any

Medical issues before the climb:
Drugs/Medications/Prescriptions. Climbers should bring Pepto Bismol, Ciprofloxin (Cipro) 500mg
tablets for traveler’s diarrhea and for urinary tract infections, Azithromycin (Z-pak) 250mg tablets
for non-gastrointestinal infections, Acetazolamide (Diamox) 125 or 250 mg tablets for altitude
sickness, Ibuprofen 200mg or Acetaminophen (Tylenol) tablets for altitude headaches, sprains, aches, etc



Your hiking pack should only contain in it your water, your extra sweater/gloves/sunglasses/etc., waterproofs, and camera, snacks. Everything else will be in your main duffel bag, which will be carried by the porters. You wont even see your duffel bag as the porters are much faster and they will get to the lodge probably before you. 


Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, you will be reciving a duffel bag, yes that’s our gift to you. While packing your stuff in the duffel bag, please note that all of your items in the duffel bag cannot exceed 15kg as per regulations or else the porters will not carry them. Everything needs to fit in your duffel bag – the only items that should be in your hiking day pack are extra layers of clothing for the hike in case you get cold or feel hot, camera, snacks, medication, etc. – and that’s all! You don’t want it to be any more than that or else it will be too heavy for you since you will be walking for long hours. Don’t over pack! You will not be changing your clothes as often as you think! Especially the last few days you will be cold and tired so some have slept and woken up and hiked in the same clothes for 2 days straight and it was all good! Just bring what is necessary and if you follow the checklist you should be okay


The trick here is to minimize the amount of time you need in the morning and before you sleep. So you want to make sure you pack in a way that helps you find what you are looking for as fast as possible without having to dig too hard into your bag. The best way in our experience is to place everything in Zip Lock Bags according to their category. The good thing about zip lock bags is that they are see- through so you can see what’s in them right away. Another good thing is that they are waterproof so in case it rains it will keep your items dry. For example, you can place all of your toiletries in one zip lock such as: soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, facewash, toner, cotton pads, etc. Then you can place all of your underwear in another zip lock, your passport and any important documents in another, your medicine and any medical supplies in another, your socks together, etc. That way you can always find your items quickly and it will also keep them dry


This is important because even though you will be sleeping in lodges – they are not insulated. So, you will feel the cold especially as we go higher up. You will be placing your sleeping bag on top of the bed to sleep in. If you are the type that likes a pillow – there are a few tricks for that. You can either bring an empty pillowcase and stuff it with clothes to sleep on, or you can bring the inflatable airplane pillows. The beds in the lodges come with pillows, so you can also bring a scarf to place over the pillow so you can feel more comfortable resting your head on it.


We hope you are wearing them daily! Make sure they are high enough to support your ankles and made out of an insulated material so that they can keep you warm and they also need to be waterproof. They also need to be a half size bigger as sometimes you may feel the need to wear at least 2 socks to stay warm -so its important that your hiking boots have room for that. It’s important to wear them early on so you can loosen them up before the hike, especially if they are brand new.


This is a tip for gloves: What keeps your fingers warm is actually the air pockets between the gloves so make sure that buy your gloves a bit bigger than normal so that when you wear them on top of each other there is still room in between them. If they are all too tight you wont feel warm – so you need to make sure the air pockets are there.


Your socks need to be made out of wool’ish material absolutely no cotton! — They call them 3 season or 4 season socks, kind of like the ones you would wear for skiing. 


Since this is a super awesome trip, you definitely want to bring a camera with you. Some of you if you are photo enthusiasts will want to bring your SLR. You can but we don›t recommend it, as they are heavy and bulky. A normal digital camera will do. In the case of batteries, make sure you bring extras! The trick with camera batteries is to bring extras and always keep them in a warm place, like inside your socks in your duffel bag – as the cold makes the battery life deplete a lot faster. Also, interchanging the battery is believed to be better and also makes it last longer than using one full battery till it runs out and then switching to another one. 


We will always do our best to provide rooms in lodges with attached bathrooms. However, not all of the rooms come with bathrooms and not all of the bathrooms will have showers – so its time to embrace the funk! 🙂 In the chance that you do shower, please make sure you bring your own mini shampoo, conditioner and towel. Alternatively, you can ‘rent a towel’ but it’s best to have your own. Also, please make sure to get a towel that is made out of a quick dry material, and not the normal towels you find at home as they take longer to dry.

HYGIENE (continued)

The best thing to bring with you is Dettol wipes or baby wipes. These will be your new best friends on the mountain! So you can use them for obvious reasons and you can also use them in what we like to call «Dettol Showers» and just wipe yourself down in your room to freshen up. Some people have also taken with them Dry Shampoo, so you can do that as well. Or you can just hide your hair under a hat that works as well! Please also make sure you bring your own toilet paper. As for other elements, sometimes the hot water in the bathroom is not as reliable so for the days where you are too tired or cold to wash your face, we find that its great to bring a face toner so you can just wipe it down in the morning and at night to stay fresh. You can also bring with you a body spray to feel fresh and nice smelling


Make sure you cut your toe nails really short. This is important especially on the way down from the mountain, as the pressure on your toes from the boots have caused some people to lose their nails when they get home. It’s not fun so if you keep them short you should be okay.


Some people get them from the long hours of walking. The last thing you want on a trek is a blister as that can seriously make your life miserable when you are there. The trick we find best for this is «PreEmptive Behavior». That means you wrap your sensitive spots, like your heels, certain toes, etc. with gauze and medical white tape as soon as you start the trek. This will protect those areas from extra friction and save you from blisters. So you wrap them up like you already have a blister – before you get the blister. It works for us!


You will get very little reception on the trail, so feel free to bring your phones if you like but keep in mind that not all networks work roaming in Nepal. Some people take this as a chance to completely disconnect from the world and unplug but some of you have moms and dads who need that update so it’s ok. If you want to be absolutely connected, then please feel free to purchase a local sim card in Nepal. The battery trick here is the same as the camera one so keep your phone in a dry and warm place so it lasts longer and keep it turned off when you are not using it. In certain villages like Namche Bazaar (day 3 and 4) you will have access to cyber café’s where the internet is reliable – so you can use that time to get connected or to update family. The plug in Nepal is a 3 hole one like the picture on the right.


Once you get to each village you’re going to want to take off your hiking boots and get into something comfortable. We suggest bringing something that’s easy to slip on and off – versus something with laces. Since if you have to go to the bathroom at night the last thing you want to be doing is fumbling in pitch-black darkness with laces and the likes of. You may also want to bring comfortable lounge pants like sweat pants or something to keep you warm


Everything on our gear list is mandatory so we can’t stress enough that you should go over it again and again and make sure you have everything, every little thing counts! 


You can take with you around 150$ USD for the whole trip as pocket money but keep in mind that this is just an estimate- everyone is different when they travel so make sure to take with you what will make you comfortable. Nepal is not the best place for Visas or Mastercards so remember that CASH is KING.


The best snacks to bring are DATES – as they are small and packed with energy. We prefer these over the usual energy bars as sometimes they have not so friendly effects on your stomach and that’s the last thing you want on the trail. Nuts are also a great option.


Trekking to Everest Base Camp is 90% mental so make sure you start visualizing yourself there – and bring with you a flag or a picture or whatever you want to take your photo with when you reach Base Camp!


 You have made a significant investment in your travel plans and while in most cases everything will run smoothly, situations may arise on or before your trip that are outside of our control and for which we cannot be held responsible. Travel insurance may help to make your trip more worry-free by protecting your investment and yourself. Travel insurances can cover expenses resulting from situations such as: • Trip Cancellation and Interruption due to sickness • Emergency Medical Transportation • Trip and Baggage Delay • Lost or Stolen Baggage • Doctor and Hospital Payments • Travel Accidents • Weather delays There are plenty of options when it comes to travel insurance providers. We highly 

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 * make sure you go for the Explorer package as that covers a higher altitude

Health& safety

Small first aid bag, trip leader will have an integrated bag but to reserve/you should tell us if you have any health problems.
Medicines you may need:
Drugs/Medications/Prescriptions. Climbers should bring Pepto Bismol, Ciprofloxin (Cipro) 500mg
tablets for traveler’s diarrhea and for urinary tract infections, Azithromycin (Z-pak) 250mg tablets
for non-gastrointestinal infections, Acetazolamide (Diamox) 125 or 250 mg tablets for altitude
sickness, Ibuprofen 200mg or Acetaminophen (Tylenol) tablets for altitude headaches, sprains,
aches, etc