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The Everest Trek through the Solu, Khumbu and Gokyo regions follows the path of the mediaval trans-Himalayan trade route established by the Sherpas. From Jiri to Namche and Everest Base Camp, the 175 kilometre, 24 day Everest Trek passes through the some of the most magnificent mountain scenery on earth. The view of Mount Everest from Tengboche Monastery is without equal. Higher up the Khumbu Valley there is a awesome close up view of Mount Everest from the summit of Kalla Pattar, a hill within reach of most trekkers. The Khumbu Glacier Icefall provides an impressive mystery for, by a trick of the light, the ice seems to spring from the head of the Khumbu valley.

From Kalla Pattar one can see Everest Base Camp, which during May and October is a hive of activity with commercial mountaineering expeditions using Sherpa guides to get their clients to the summit of Mount Everest. Everyone, clients, guides, Sherpas and trekkers alike all use the Everest Trek to reach Everest Base Camp.

The cultural quality of the area rests on its intimate connection with Tibetan Nyingma Pa Buddhism. Many famous Buddhist saints lived in the area and their legends live on. Lama Sange Dorje was born at Mong La on the Everest Trek and was the first to live at the site of Tengboche Monastery. Everest is known to the Sherpas and Tibetans as Chomolungma or ‘goddess mother of the unniverse’.

The environment of the Everest Trek was protected historically by its Buddhist inhabitants, and nowadays by the Sagarmatha National Park. Today you can still see the strange musk deer, the impeyan pheasant and many more native species protected by the park.


aarive to kathmandu

Arrive in Kathmandu (1330m) upon arrival pick up transfer from airport to hotel


free day

Free day in Kathmandu, evening meeting about trekking. Overnight at hotel


fly to lukla

We will fly early to the village of Lukla at 9,200 feet. Here we hire porters and trek a short distance to Pakding on the Dudh Kosi River.


Phakding to Namche Bazaar (11,300 feet).

We enter the park at Jorsale, cross the Bhote Kosi river and then climb steeply to Namche Bazaar. Namche is the main trading center for the Khumbu.


Acclimatize Day in Namche

To help with our acclimatization, we will spend a second night in Namche. During our second day here we will go to the Sagarmatha National park where we get our first views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam. After lunch we hike up to Kumjung to see the famous “Yeti” skull and the gompa then to Khunde to see the Hillary Hospital.


Namche Bazaar to Thangboche (12,670 feet).

An enjoyable walk down to the river at Phunki Thanhka to lunch next to water driven prayer wheels. A steep but short climb takes us to Tengboche Monastery through forests of blue pine, fir and black juniper.


Thangboche to Dingboche (16,571 feet).

After an early breakfast, we tour the largest and most important monastery in the region, Thangboche. Following the Imja Khola we go through Pangboche and over a short hill to the small village of Periche.


Acclimatize day in Dingboche (16,571 feet.)

We spend an an acclimatization day by climbing a spectacular point of rock above Dingboche. For most people, this will be the highest they have been up to this point. There are up close views of Taweche and Ama Dablam. In the distance one can see Island Peak and Makalu, one of the fourteen 8,000 meter peaks on earth of which Everest and Lhotse are members.


Dingboche to Lobuche (16,175 feet)

After a short walk we’ll climb the moraine of the mighty Khumbu Glacier.


Lobuche to Everest BC to Lobuche (17,192 feet)

We will get an early start for our trek to Base camp. after about two hours we reach Gorak Shep. Another hour or hiking will take us to base camp. From here the view is one of the most spectacular anywhere in the World. You will be surrounded by the highest mountains in the World. Mt. Pumori with its steep ice walls and hanging glaciers seem so close that you could touch them.


Lobuche - Tengboche

After our tiring ascent to Kala patar, today is an easier walk to the lower altitudes. Following the same route back to the terminal moraines at Dughla, we then take a different return trail. We follow the wide alpine valley covered in scrub juniper through the temporary settlement of Phulung Karpo (4343m), then on to Pheriche. A small settlement, Pheriche has a number of welcome tea house that often have “left overs” for sale from various climbing expeditions. It may be possible to find imported chocolate, tinned prawns or smoked oysters: even vegemite! The town consists of several low stone buildings and is considered a “years” – summer settlement.


Tengboche to Monjo

Follow a similar trail through a forest of juniper, rhododendron and fir to Phunkitenga, you continue on to cross the Dudh Kosi for a steep descent to Trashinga. After lunch at Shanasa you make you way back to Namche Bazar. Following a steep descent passing the Bhote Kosil, crossing the river, follow the bank to Jorsale, then to Monjo for overnight.


Monjo - Lukla

This morning you will depart Monjo and continue your descent along the Dudh Kosi, before making a final ascent to reach the Lukla plateau by mid afternoon. On arrival in Lukla you will have time to relax and celebrate the completion of your trek.


Pakdingma to Lukla.

Last night of the trek in a bustling town and a celebration dinner.


Fly to Kathmandu.

Early morning flight and one of the most interesting flights you’ll ever experience.


free day

Free day in Kathmandu. farewell dinner.


final departure

Departure transfer to your onward flight.

  • All airport transfers
  • welcome dinner
  • accomodotion in hotel, lodges and tea house
  • kathmandu-lukla-kathmandu or ramechhap-lukla-ramechhap flights ticket
  • Fully licensed, English speaking trekking guide (including salary, food, equipment and insurance)
  • Flights for your trekking guide to/from Lukla
  • all meal during trek
  • national park fees, entrance permit fee and all local taxes
  • porter
  • Medical kit carried by guide
  • Trekking map to keep
  • international air fare
  • Nepal visa fee
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • Add on personal expenses