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Trip Price US$ 2060
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Trip Duration 14 Days
Group Size 2-12 people
Maximum Altitude 5,555 m (Kala Patthar)
Difficulty Grade Difficult
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Seasons Mar-May, Sept-Mid Dec

EBC Trek Highlights

  • Get the best view of Mount Everest, Mount Changtse and Nuptse, Mt Pumori, Mt Lhotse, and Mount Ama Dablam on our EBC trek.
  • Enjoy walking in the home of brave Sherpa people with their Tibetan influence culture.
  • The Khumbu Region has the most stunning mountain views in the world.
  • Trekking in the Sagarmatha National Park, which is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Visit Kala Patthar for the breathtaking view of Mount Everest and the surrounding mountains.
  • Khumbu Region has many century-old beautiful Buddhist monasteries
  • Enjoy the biodiversity of the spot, the greenery, and the fauna.
  • Visit one of the active monasteries in the Tengboche Monastery of the Khumbu region on the EBC trek.

Overview of EBC TREK

EBC Trek is one of the best trekking experiences you can have. It is also the best hike in the world. On this trek, you can view Nepal’s complete step mountain range and the highest Mount Everest.

This trek will take you through valleys full of forests and steep ridgelines. During this trek, you can see small villages under the high glaciers. The most beautiful part of the Everest base camp trek is a spectacular view.

You will get to view the fantastic panoramas of Khumbu village. Khumbu Valley is an ancient society in Nepal. It is a tremendous combination of unequal natural grandeur with rare beauty. Above the Himalayas will help you make your journey to Everest base camp memorable.

EBC is Nepal’s best trekking trip

Everest base camp is the most preferred trekking destination for people visiting Nepal. You can experience natural beauty and cultural beauty together. The trek to Everest base camp starts from Kathmandu. We will take a terrific flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airport. From Lukla, you will begin your real trekking.

During the trek to EBC, you will meet many people and talk to them about their culture. This trek also includes more adventures way. There are many small and big mountains on the route, and you can also trek to these mountains.

We are gathering with the people and participating in the adventures ahead with our team. This trek will take you into the wilds of the Himalayas. We will pass the prayer flag on the suspension bride. It would help if you climbed up sharp viewpoints in the middle of the mountains.

When is the best time of the year to go on the trek to Everest base camp?

Autumn is the most popular time of the year for doing everything adventurous. The second season for these activities is during the spring season. The Spring season in Nepal falls from March to May. This is the perfect time to trek to EBC. The weather during this season is best, with a comfortable temperature.

The daylight and clear sky will help you enjoy your trek. We walk with blooming rhododendrons and wildflowers throughout the route. The spring season is for people who want to see the Himalayas in their best condition.

Another good time for trekking is in Autumn. Trekking to the Everest base camp is between September and November. This is the post-monsoon period, so there might be occasional rainfall. But apart from that, the mountains’ surroundings and views are still the best. After the rain, the grassland and the hills look very refreshing.

EBC Low Season Trekking

Summer and Monsoon fall at the same time in Nepal. So, the number of people trekking to EBC during summer is meager due to monsoon rainfall. If you are a peace lover deficient, this might be the best time for you as the crowd during this time is scarce.

Another season in Nepal for the EBC trek is winter. As winter is the coldest time of the year, people do not prefer the EBC trek during winter. But it is when you can enjoy the Himalayas in their authentic condition. The views of the Himalayas wearing white snow attire are amazing. This time is best for the loner who wants to avoid the crowd.

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Itinerary of EBC TREK


Day 01: Greetings at Kathmandu Airport, Transfer to hotel.

We will meet you at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport for your EBC trek and take you to your hotel. When you have time to freshen up, we will have a short meeting to start tomorrow’s EBC trek.

Introduce your guide and check your trek equipment and other details. The trek guide will meet you early next morning if you arrive at night.

Car 20 Minute drive to Hotel
Accommodation Hotel
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)

Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Ramechhap and Take a flight to Lukla and trekking to Phakding

This early morning, we will drive to Ramechhap from Kathmandu. The drive is about four hours by private vehicle. ( Airlines take flights from Ramechhap in the high season from Oct 01 till Dec and March to May.)

At other times, there is a direct from Kathmandu to Lukla. Today from Ramechhap Manthali Airport. We take a —flight to Lukla Airport on a domestic plane.

On arrival at the small airport of Lukla, you will meet our local porter. He will carry your baggage, and you will be ready for the trekking trail.

The trek offers the first view of the mountain village. Today, the trail contours along the side of the Dudh Koshi Valley. We are descending the first part of the trek to Phakding. Today is an easy day for our EBC trek.

Enjoy today’s first mountain view before arriving in Phakding. We will see the Mount Kusum Kangaru and Kwongde ranges. Stay overnight at the local lodge.

Car 4 hrs drive, 25 min. Flight.
Accommodation Tea house- Lodge
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 7.5 km (4.6 miles)
Trek Duration 3-4 hrs
Altitude Lukla (2,850m) & Phakding (2,610m)

Day 03: Phakding trekking to Namche Bazzar (3,440m/11,283ft) : walking distance 5-6 hours, 300 meters ascent and 300 meters descent - 11.3 km.

The trail of the EBC trek follows the Dudh Koshi valley today. The north part meanders through the pine forest. We will cross it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo.

Monjo village is the entrance gate of the Sagarmatha National Park. We begin the slight climb in the small village of Jhorsalle. It is our lunch stop today. After lunch, the trail passes waterfalls and other occurring items of interest.

You will get the view of Kusum Kanguru (6369m), Thamserku (6608m), Everest (8848m), and Nuptse (7879 m). After crossing the suspension bridge, the hard part of today’s walk begins.

We climb up to the beautiful village of Namche Bazaar (3440m). Enjoy the spectacular views and a comfortable place to spend the second night of the EBC trek.

Walking Day
Accommodation Local guest house
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 11.3km (7.02Miles)
Trek Duration 6 hrs.
Altitude Namche Bazaar (3,440m)

Day 04: Acclimatization day in Namche Nazaar, Day hiking to Hotel Everest view.

Today, we have a rest and a day in this beautiful town on our EBC trek. Acclimatize your body well in the high altitude hike to a higher place and sleep at a low.

Today, we are hiking up to the Everest View Hotel. You get a splendid view of Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse, Lhotse, Tawche, Kwangde, etc.

You can also visit the beautiful Sherpa village of Khumjung. Mount Amadablam’s view is more attractive from here. After our short hiking trip, We returned to Namche for our overnight stay.

Accommodation Local Tea House
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 2 km (1.24 Miles)
Trek Duration 2 hours
Altitude Everest view Hotel ( 3800m)

Day 05: Namche Bazaar trek to Tengboche

If you are an experienced trekker and want to walk for more hours, take a longer route. This from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche via Khumjung and Khunde. This tour is more interesting than the direct one. The course starts by climbing up to Syanboche. We follow the regular route.

Today, we will trek to the famous Tengboche Monastery of the Everest region. We will walk across the stone steps to reach the Mongla Pass, 3975 m. We will get the most realistic views of Mt. Ama Dablam on the way. We start descending.

We will get the most realistic views of Mt. Ama Dablam on the way to the Dudh Koshi at 3250 m. We can have lunch here today. Here are a few small lodges and picturesque water-driven pray Hereer wheels.

A steep ascent brings you to the Tengboche at 3870m. The famous Gompa is the best place for photography. Get the picture with its backdrop of Ama Dablam, Everest, and other peaks.

There are a few guesthouses here for an overnight stay. They are full, so it is better to book in advance. We can also continue down to Diboche for the better lodge.

Suppose you are traveling for your EBc trek during November and December. The full moon and the colorful Mani Rimbdu festival are now.
Local people here sing and dance with the local villagers.

Accommodation Teahouse lodge
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 9.6km ( 6 Miles)
Trek Duration 5 hours
Altitude Tengboche (3,867m)

Day 06: Tengboche trekking to Dingboche

Our trek starts after a spectacular morning view of mountains and monasteries. Today, we continue our EBC trek through the lush alpine forests. We will pass several small villages on our route. You will feel the altitude here, so it is best to stroll.

The trail drops down to Deboche, and we cross the Imja Khola. From here, it climbs past superb mani stones to Pangboche at 3860m. The gompa here is worth visiting, and a village is a good place for a lunch stop.

The EBC trek train then climbs to Dingboche. Today, you will have the best mountain view of Amadablam. Mt. Tawache’s presence makes us happier here. Today’s other mountains are North Pokalde (5741m), Kongma-Tse (5820m), and the Nuptse.

This is the last Sherpa village of Khumjung. People also rest to start the Island peak climbing and make day hiking excursions.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 12km/ 7.5 miles
Trek Duration 5or 6 hours of trek
Altitude Dingboche (4,360m)

Day 07: Rest day in Dingboche for the acclimatization

Today is our second acclimatization day on our EBC trek at a height of 4000 m. We spent another rest day here at Dingboche. A solid day walk to a higher altitude is better than resetting at your guest house.

There are several hiking spots nearby Dingboche. The hike to Nangkartshang Gompa on the ridge north of Dingboche.

Excellent view of Makalu (8463 m) from here. Some trekkers also try to trek to Chhukung (4,730m), about 4/5 hours of walking. To the north of Dingboche are spectacular views of Lhotse’s massive South Face.

Accommodation Local guest house.
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 3km/ 1.86 miles.
Trek Duration 2 /3 hrs
Altitude Dingboche (4,360m)

Day 08: Dingboche Trekking to Lobuche

Today, we are walking a downhill path to the Village of Pheriche. The path joins the trail below Thungla and offers beautiful views of Cholatse.

The EBC trek trail goes up the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. After trekking for about an hour, let into a monorail area called Chhukpilhara.

We walk an easy path before reaching the summer village of Lobuche. The altitude is cold here, and the crowding combines to ensure less than restful nights.

Like yesterday, we will have a closer view of Mt Tawache today. We will see Amadablae and the north Pokalde and Kongma tse. The path follows a pleasant, grassy valley today.

A windswept collection of huts tucked in a narrow meadow is here. It is between the glacier and Lobuche Peak.

Accommodation Local Guest House
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 12km/ 7.5 miles
Trek Duration 5 hrs
Altitude Lobuche (4,940m)

Day 09: Lobuche to Gorakshep, trekking to Everest Base camp and back to Gorak shep

Today’s walk is slow and goes to Gorakshep. We have a rest and lunch break here. After the exciting journey, which takes you to Everest base camp in the afternoon, some people feel today is difficult due to the height.

From here, we will see the view of the Khumbu glacier after passing the mountain walls. The EBC trek trail is windy, but the best mountain view of Pumori and Nuptse gives you more relaxation.

We will check in at our guest’s house. Enjoy your lunch here. The distance between both places is about 7 km.

A memorable time is here, and the best pictures of your life are here. Enjoy the base camp cold and trek back to Gorakshep for an overnight stay.

You will visit the Everest base camp and make lifetime photography. You can see tents over the base camp in Camp 1 set up for climbers, especially from March to May. You can’t see the view from the base camp.

Only people go here for photos, and you feel you are in the base camp. Of course, it is the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest.

Accommodation Local Guest House
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 10km/ 6.2 miles
Trek Duration 7-8 hrs.
Altitude Gorak shep (5,170m), Everest Base camp (5,364m)

Day 10: Gorak Shep trekking Kala Patthar and back to Pheriche

Our EBC trek journey starts Today very early in the morning. We will begin walking to Kalapattar, which is worth seeing for its impressive view of Mount Everest.

The glaciers, lakes, and their surroundings. You will feel the best moment of your life Today. After seeing the stunning sunrise and mountain view, you feel great.

The mesmerizing beauty of the Khumbu region gives unforgettable memories and pleasure forever. Most of the trekkers hike to Kala Patthar on our EBC trek.

Let’s discover the Kala Patthar view of Mount Everest. We will start our trek early, around 4:30 a.m., to see the sunrise view. The start time depends on the season and the sunrise.

Morning hiking is chilly and cold on our EBC trek. After spending some time in Kalapatthar, the sun starts to beat the mountain areas and becomes warm. A few trekkers also hike in the daytime for the sunset view.

This famous landmark Kalapatthar stands on the south ridge of Mount Pumori. Going to the black rock takes longer, but you will be. The Gorak shep to Kalapatthar trek distance is about 2 to 3 hours.

The elevation of Kala Patthar is 5550 meters / 18208 feet above sea level. Kalapatthar is the highest point of EBC Trek. After the best view, we will come down to Gorakshep.

You will have your breakfast band start descending from here. We will trek down to Pherichei for your sleeping stop tonight.

Walking Day 6-7 hrs
Accommodation Local guest house
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 18km/ 11.2 miles
Trek Duration 7 hrs
Altitude Kala Patthar (5,545m), Pheriche (4,280m)

Day 11: Pheriche Trekking back to Namche Bazaar via Pangboche and Tengboche

Today, we retrace the step down to Namche Bazaar via Tengboche on our EBC Trek. The EBC trekking trail is downhill and is faster work than you went up.

Walking down the steep path can hurt your knees, and the course is busy and dusty, also. Today’s hiking is long, but as we are trekking to the lower altitude, you feel more oxygen in the air and warmer.

You can again visit the Tengboche monastery on your back. It looks fantastic in the middle of the Himalayas. The trail to Phungi Thanga is steep in the small jungle.

We will stop here for our lunch break today. Then, we will continue another steep climb before meeting the flat and easy trail to Namche Bazaar.

Accommodation Local Guest house
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 22km/ 13.7 miles
Trek Duration 8-9 hrs
Altitude Namche Bazaar (3,440m)

Day 12: Namche Bazaar trekking back to Lukla

Today is our last day of the EBC trek, and we lost a long day as we will cover our two days of hiking at the start. So, we will have an early breakfast and start descending to the rugged and steep Jorsalle.

You will see lots of trekking coming up and going down, lining the trekking trail. You will pass many donkeys, and Jokpeys make the path dustier.

Along the route, there are many Rhododendron trees and pine forests. Today, you will pass waterfalls, lofty hills, and lush trees.

We will stop on the first night to spend village Phakding for the lunch break. The beautiful village scenery is fantastic when you see the down part of the trail,

We also passed a small Sherpa village before arriving in Lukla. Check in to the local guest house, shower, and enjoy your time with other trekkers with your success story.

Lukla is a small town with good hotels, coffee shops, and bars. You can also check out local handicraft products and try Mountain Coffee here.

Accommodation Local Guest House
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Trek Distance 21km/ 13 miles
Trek Duration 7 hrs
Altitude Lukla (2,850m)

Day 13: Flight from Lukla to Ramechhap Airport and drive to kathmandu, and drop off to your hotel.

Today is the final day back in Kathmandu after your EBC trek. The airport is a five-minute walk from your guest house. There are many flights to Ramechhap, Manthali.

You can see the planes coming and going without making noise. Many helicopters are also landing and taking off. After a short flight, we will arrive at Manthali.

You will drive to Kathmandu for about a 4-hour. We will drop you off at your hotel and say a final goodbye. If you have more time in Nepal, please ask us to arrange the rest of your time.

Car 25 min. Flight, 4 hrs Drive
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)

Day 14: Final Departure, We will take you to Airport.

Our EBC trek has ended officially, and sadly, we will say goodbye. We hope you will return to your home with a good memory and a happy face. We will take you to the airport and wish you a safe journey.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)

Fixed Departure Dates

Note: We can run a trip for solo travelers, couple, friends and family with children. Our private trips are running everyday. If you are looking for a group joining trip please contact us.


What's Included?
  • Kathmandu Airport to Hotel and back to Airport transfers by tourist coach.
  • 2-night hotel in Kathmandu, including breakfast
  • Transfer to the Airport and hotel for Lukla’s flight by private vehicle.
  • A trekking guide certified and licensed by the government was trained in high-altitude sickness and first aid.
  • Local trekking porter from Lukla
  • Trekking staff, food, accommodation, salary, equipment, insurance, and clothing.
  • Kathmandu to Lukla and back Kathmandu flight ticket.
  • Local Tea houses, also called guest houses/ lodges, twin sharing during your journey.
  • Your daily meal (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). You can choose your meals from the menu, which includes different types of food.
  • Sagarmatha National Park Everest trekking permit
  • Local permit fees for Khumbu Gaunpalika
  • The guide will carry essential medical supplies for first aid kids.
  • Above the Himalayan duffel bag. (If you need to, please let us know before you book the trip and remind us before you arrive in Kathmandu so that it is easy for us to prepare.)
  • All the trip information and details for the trek.
  • One farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • Government taxes and service charges.
  • Trekking Complete Certificate of Above the Himalaya.
What's Excluded?
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Nepal entry visa fee: you can get a Nepal visa upon arrival at the Airport.
  • International Airfare.
  • Alcoholic, hot ( tea and coffee), cold drinks, hot water, and hot and cold showers.
  • Personal expenses include laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages, bar bills, and camera battery charging.
  • Travel Insurance (Essential – Should include emergency evacuation coverage while trekking up to 5500+ meters).
  • Personal trekking gear.
  • Gratitudes to trekking staff.
  • Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the Price Include section.

EBC trek more info

Accommodation on the EBC Trek: (You will stay at a local lodge or tea house; luxury lodge options are also available.)

The tea house accommodation is the best option for trekking in the EBC trek. Local villagers run the local tea house in this area. They provide basic facilities such as hot showers, wifi, and other basic facilities. Some places have attached bathrooms in the lower part; while you are in the upper part, it is a shared bathroom.

During your EBC trek, you will find a range of accommodations. We will use the tea house lodge, which has the best food and cleanest environment. We use the same club for our trekking, so we have a good relationship with the local guesthouse owner.

There are several hotels and lodges for accommodation. If EBC treks during peak seasons like Autumn and Spring, getting hotel rooms might not be easy. In such a condition, you might have to share rooms with your fellow traveler.

Then, the facilities of the hotels will depend on the price you pay. The first and the last night at the hotel in Kathmandu are not included in your package. For the EBC trek in peak seasons, you can pre-book the rooms.

You can book our Everest base camp luxury trek for luxury accommodation.

What food do you get along the way to EBC Trek? Can I be a Vegetarian? Can I get Gluten-free food?

You can eat vegetarian meals during your EBC trek. The meat is not good on a high-altitude tour like EBC. As you ascend higher from Namche Bazaar, killing aminals is not possible. So, all the meat items come down with poor refrigeration. So it is not good hygiene, and we don’t recommend eating. You can use the local vegetarian food, which is fresh and tasty in tea houses.

The Nepali food Dal Bhat gives you enough carbohydrates and protein content in your body. They supply different soups with enough protein to your body. The guest house will also serve seasonal vegetables. They provide other essential nutrients required for your body.

You can also choose other food from the menu. They provide Momo ( Dumplings) grown Barley and buckwheat. If you give them a chance, you can have bread that is different from millet and corn. Buckwheat, Millet, and Barley are high in fiber and very nutritious. You can also have other varieties of food with simple cooking. Noodles, Spaghetti, Macaroni, Pizza, and Lasagna are here. Try different curries and fried rice on your EBC trek.

You must eat the right food in the right amount. While doing the EBC trek, you must avoid stiff drinks. They increase your heartbeat, which also may result in a heart attack. You should eat more energy-giving light food. Dal Bhat and Tarkari are very famous in the trekking region.

Why EBC trek?

1. Mt Everest and several other peaks

The world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest(8848m), lies in this region. Although you will not climb the highest peak on the EBC trek, you will get the best close-up view of the high mountains. There are also other peaks in this region.

While on the way, you will see Mt. Makalu (8,463m), Mt. Cho Oyo (8153m), Mt. Lhotse (8,501m), and Mt. Lhotse Shar (8,393m). For those who prefer visiting the mountains, this is worth trekking. Likewise, the EBC trek also goes through the famous Sagarmatha National Park. Here, you will find many rare Himalayan flora and fauna.

You can also see the mysterious forest filled with multi-color rhododendrons. The EBC trek is the most peaceful place to trek. The soothing sound of the river flowing down from the Himalayas glacier is very pleasing. As said earlier, many small mountains surround the great Mount Everest.

2. Sherpa Culture

The Nepal EBC trek has the legendary Sherpa Community of People. The lifestyle, culture, and tradition are unique. It is also a way of speaking distinct from others in Nepal. How they treat and welcome their guests is the perfect thing you will see on Everest. Likewise, with a different lifestyle, you will even find the diverse taste of food made by Sherpa’s. Such a journey is well worth doing.

This EBC trek has several attractions. Get the spectacular scenery and the outgoing Sherpa people of the Khumbu region. The hard part of this trail is it does not follow the open valleys like the Annapurna treks. Instead, our Everest base camp trek cuts across the valley and climbs up again to the other.

We will ascent about 9000m by arriving at the base camp. Plenty of accommodation is available, and some are good now. Many new guest houses with ensuite facilities are being built. The popular gateway is via Lukla in and out, but you can also start via Jiri or Salleri now.

3. Photographs of Everest

If you are on the EBC trek, then it is clear that you will watch Mt. Everest closely and get the chance to take photographs from nearby. On the way to trekking, there are several other mountains. You can also enjoy the natural views, adding spice to your journey.

4. Monasteries and Museum

Most of the monasteries in the EBC trek are uphills from where you can see the view of the mountains. The monasteries in Everest are spiritual and cultural. There is a Sherpa museum called Sagarmatha National Park Museum. Here, you can visit and learn about the ancient history of Sherpas.

5. Making new friends

As already said, the EBC Trek is famous, and many people will visit the area. It is the best trek if you are fond of making new friends. You will find many people from different nationalities and cultures.

6. Prayer Flags

If you are on the EBC trek package, then prayer flags are the most common thing you will see on your way. A prayer flag is a rectangular flag of clothes where prayers are in most of the trail. The view with prayer flags is astonishing to watch.

If we compare it to other regions of Nepal’s excellent treks, you will also love how it is hung up there. The Everest view trekking is one of the most memorable. You will get the opportunity to experience high-altitude mountain scenery. Enjoy the traditional lifestyle and several natural wonders of this heavenly country, Nepal.

More reasons to choose EBC Trek?

The EBC trek is the best choice for travelers who visit Nepal. In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay climbed Everest for the first time. After that, the Everest region attracted trekkers from all over the world. This trek offers magnificent mountain panoramas. You can also enjoy the hospitality of the legendary local Sherpa people.

The Mount Everest EBC Trek adventure starts with an exciting flight from Kathmandu. We will take a flight to Tenzing Hillary Airport at Lukla. Next, you will be trekking up the Dudh Koshi Valley. The soaring peaks surround us. We will head towards Namche Bazaar.

It is Sherpa, the capital of the Khumbu Sherpa. After Jorsalle, nearby Namche, you will first glimpse Mt. Everest. After the Namche bazaar, we will trek to Tengboche Monastery, Which lies at 3,867 m. It is one of the biggest Gompa in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It offers a 360-degree mountain view.

From Tengboche, We will trek to Pangboche and Pheriche. It is before arriving near the Khumbu Glacier. Furthermore, the path of the EBC trek heads to Lobuche. It gives magnificent views of Ama Dablam, Taweche, and next to Kala Patthar [5554m]- a famous Mt. Everest viewpoint.

Our dream came true after seeing the Khumbu icefall in the Everest Base Camp trek. We will walk at a tempo to return to Namche and Lukla to take a return flight to Kathmandu.

Most recommended trekking route For EBC Trek

For adventure lovers worldwide, the EBC trek is the famous trekking route. It consists of five of the world’s highest mountains: Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt Makalu (8,463m), Mt Cho Oyo (8153m), Mt. Lhotse (8,501m), and Mt. Lhotse Shar (8,393m).

This area includes natural wonders and heritage sites enlisted by UNESCO. It is rich in pine forests of rhododendrons (Nepalese national flowers). We will see endangered species of birds and animals; this trek is unique and memorable.

The Mount Everest trek is workable for the entire 12 months. However, due to the climate and the weather, the best season is two seasons. We recommend doing it from the start of March to mid-May and then again from the beginning of September to mid-December or the EBC trek.

During the winter months, snowfall may cause difficulty in traveling. But, summers are wet, and the extraordinary peaks get the clouds. Please read the below itinerary highlights and contact us to book the trip of your life.

How Difficult is the EBC Trek?

The difficulty level of the EBC trek is moderate to strenuous grade. It is a challenging trek grade. It requires about 14 days from arrival to departure. The EBC trek doesn’t require prior trekking expertise.

However, all the trekkers need to be fit and get some training and preparation before going. We categorize this trek as a difficulty level. Most trekking is slow, and we make two rest days. The tour will be more difficult if we finish it in less time with our acclimatization day.

Some trekkers ask us if the EBC trek is more complex than Kilimanjaro. On the EBC trek, you will be walking for longer distances. It has more elevation gained and lost each day. , on more challenging terrain than in Kilimanjaro. So, it is more complex than in Kilimanjaro.

Furthermore, The EBC Trek requires no technical expertise. It is a long hike at altitude, so you don’t need any mountaineering skills. We will make the itinerary at a slow pace. Anyone who has essential fitness can go for the trek. We will walk about 15 km on a downhill rocky trail.

Preparation for EBC Trek

The EBC trek takes 12 days and needs enough preparation. It would help if you were well-hydrated for your trek. Drink 4-5 liters of water occasionally. It is necessary to balance the area with a low-oxygen environment. Another important tip is having enough acclimatization.

It would help if you had at least one day’s acclimatization in Namche Bazaar (3,500m/ 11,500 feet) for our EBC Trek. Spending more time is hard on the trek. A high-altitude area would give you an experience of a low-oxygen environment. It will also increase the production of red blood cells. So, it would help if you rested before going to higher altitudes. Get some small training needed for the EBC trek.

The oxygen level at a higher altitude of more than 3000m will decrease. So, getting oxygen in your muscles will reduce as you go higher and higher. Hence, while preparing for your EBC trek during the training phase.

It would help if you practiced carrying the same weight you will take on your tour. The right training plan is what guides all the other preparation methods. StartThat’s your training 3 to 6 months before your actual trekking. That’s why you can have enough time to prepare and plan perfectly.

The proper clothing makes your trip comfortable and easy. It would help to have clothes according to the season you are traveling in. Bringing the right sleeping bag, trekking boots, and Merino layers is mandatory.

Enough rest and proper sleep keep your body healthy during the trek, allowing you to gain stamina and reduce energy losses. Bring the proper layers: gloves, a down jacket, and trekking boots. Also, bring a small backpack and other essential items.

EBC trek solo

We can do the EBc Trek in a group or solo trek. Depending on your choice, you can do it either as a small group or an independent Trek. It is your personal decision. An EBC solo trek refers to a walk where you hire a guide and hike. It is easy to plan a private tour with us. In our solo expedition, you can change the itinerary as needed.

Why EBC Trek Private and Tailor-made Holidays?

Whether you are a single person, couple, or family, We run your EBC Trek. This is why we will cater to your needs and plan a personalized holiday itinerary. It will turn out to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. A private and tailor-made trekking holiday is best for you. Yet it offers you the freedom to personalize your holiday. Above The Himalayas, trekking custom designs your holiday to your needs.

The private Tailor-made trips also offer the following:

Flexible dates

Only the destinations you want to see

Your schedule and pace

Authentic experiences in ‘unknown’ places

Expert local guides with insider knowledge

Hassle-free transfers and private drivers

Peace of mind –We organize everything. You don’t need to worry about any planning.

We will customize your EBC trek trip according to your budget. On crowded group tours, you must wait for the guide’s attention. So you can choose a private trip or a small family tour. We will make the luxury or budget accommodation and the trip price according to your needs.

You will have your guide, making succeeding on your trip easier. On crowded group tours, you must wait to get the guide’s attention. On private trips, the trek guide is only available at your service. You can get all your answers to focus. You can visit the destination and enjoy yourself. The guide will make your experience blissful and stress-free.

You can travel with your friends and family as we provide extra care and help for older people and children. With our personalized service, private travel guides make your trip. The EBC Trek and we cater to your needs and enjoy high-quality, seamless experiences.

You have complete control over your trip itinerary. If you want to go, what do you want to do, and where is to stay? You can choose the type of transportation and cancel or add activities to your trip.

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Most Asked Questions by Travellers

This EBC trek is the highest in the world. It lies at 5,500 m (17,900 feet) on the southern side, and Lukla is 2860 meters in height.

The elevation gradually increases during the trek, and it becomes more challenging when you reach a higher altitude. Walking above 4270 meters (14,000 feet) makes you feel the real challenge.

Everest Base Camp lies in the Solukhumbu district within the Everest Region of the country. You can see many mountain peaks from the Base camp, including the world’s largest mountain (Mt.Everest).

Everest Base Camp is located in the Solukhumbu district of the EBC Trek. There are two Everest base camps: South Base Camp and North Base Camp.

These two lines are the exact opposite of Mount Everest. The approximate altitude of the South base camp is 5,364 meters (in Nepal), and the North Base Camp is 5,150 meters (in Tibet).

The geographical location of the EBC trek is 28°0′26″N 86°51′34″E in the south and 28°8′29″N 86°51′5″E in the North. Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, lies in the Mahalangur Himalayan Range.

You can see many peaks from the base camp, including the world’s largest mountain (Mt.Everest).

The EBC trek is the most traveled trek destination in Nepal. The base camp trek can be completed in 12 days, and ascending the trek may take eight days.

Returning from there can be done in 4 days. You will be spending 11 nights in lodges. Your trekking destination will start from Kathmandu.

The whole EBC  trek is 130 km, which is a round-trip route. It is the distance measured from Lukla to base camp and then back to Lukla.

EBC trek is approximately 80 miles away from Lukla. You will get a gradual increase in elevation while trekking.

The EBC Trek is not so hard. You don’t need to do any special training. Small exercise is enough to do this trek.

All needed is solid physical stamina and the confidence to walk 6-7 hours daily. Generally, it is like a long hike (for 12 days).

The coldest temperature in the Everest Base camp is recorded in winter. In winter, the temperature may fall to -20 to -30 degrees Celsius. However, the daytime temperature in the valley is moderate, and you can stay in a tent at that time.

The Everest region encounters various climatic features during multiple months of the year. Autumn and spring seasons consist of pleasant weather, dry and sunny.

However, during the monsoon season, heavy rainfall is encountered. The winter season records the coldest temperature. The winter weather carries high winds, freezing temperatures, and heavy snowfalls.

Walking in the lap of the world’s tallest mountain is not a joke. EBC trek is a challenging and daunting task for some people.

But, looking at history, people of all ages, sizes, and shapes have been able to do this task. With the proper planning and the right gear, this trek is accomplishable.

The cost of the EBC trek depends on your trek packages. Everest base camp Heli tours cost much more than the EBC trek.

The total cost for an EBC trek is US$ 1700 per person. This is the updated cost for a group trek of the greatest of 16 people.
15 – 16 days trek cost =(USD$1,900)

For visitors of Indian nationality = INR 1100000- 120000 (per person).

If you want your EBC trek to be worth remembering, choose the best season. The best season makes your journey remarkable. You should be conscious of the trekking season.

In Nepal, the best time to trek in the Everest region is March to May and mid-September to Early December. The weather is pretty straightforward now, and the mountains are visible.

You should bring the proper clothing for your EBC Trek. Trekking boots and socks, medical kits, toiletries, electronics, snacks/eateries. And other miscellaneous items for your trek.

Be careful; bringing the right gear is vital for your trek. Also, bring clothes appropriate for the season you are traveling in.

The trail of the Everest base camp trek is usually off-beaten, random, with lots of stone and uneasy ladders and, in most cases, uneven roads. So you should bring the best comfortable shoes for the trek.

Hiking Boots, Trekking Shoes / Sandals, Hiking Socks, and Warm Thermal Socks are mandatory for your trek.

Everest Base Camp is a massive challenge for beginner travelers. The main problem that trekkers face in this trek is altitude sickness.

Dehydration and falling cause weakness due to overexertion. There are other possible risks you will experience during your trek.

The EBC trek is safe and doable for almost everyone. However, people with heart and lung disease who cannot adapt to low-oxygen areas should not go for this trek.

Not only this, but children under the age of 8 and adults older than 70 should not go on this trek. They should consult the experts before going.

EBC Trek is safe and doable for almost everyone. But I strongly suggest people with heart and lung disease who cannot adapt to low oxygen areas should not go for this trek.

Traveling to high-altitude places is always risky. So, it would help to have full rescue insurance for the EBC trek. Ask your travel agent where you can get a travel insurance policy.

Full rescue insurance covers emergency medical evacuation, baggage loss, or trip cancellations. This insurance covers all the risks associated with your travel during the trek. It will cost USD 200 for 16  days of travel insurance. It would help if you asked.

There is no forceful obligation to tip the guide/porter the exact amount. But, the reasonable recommendation for tipping your guide will be 10 % of your trip cost.

You can list about 5 to 7% of your total cost for the porter. But remember that this tip is for the whole group of travelers, not for each amount.

The obvious answer to this question is always yes. Trekking in the Everest region would make you realize what heaven looks like. Your 14-day EBC trek will offer you a magical view.

The greatest adventurous, serene surroundings, sparkling mountains, and many more.

Altitude sickness is a significant problem in the Himalayan region. Consuming the right nutritious food is a must. It can help you cope with the problem.

Thus, you should eat foods that are rich in potassium. The best medicine is Garlic soup. Drink lots of water, 3-4 liters a day.

Besides potassium-rich food, food containing complex carbohydrates should be taken during your trek. This will help to stabilize your blood sugar and balance energy.

Thus, having sweets and chocolate is always a good idea to balance energy.

EBC trek lies at an altitude of 5500 m. The highest point you will travel to for this trek is Kala Patthar, which lies at 5550. You will gain 500-600 m altitude daily by traveling 6-7 hours daily. Kala Patthar is the vantage point of this trek.

From here, you will observe the closest view of majestic mountains. Thus, having an appropriate exercise routine is a suggestion for you.

Reviews on EBC TREK


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Clare Cox
Best EBC trek
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We loved our Himalayan Adventure. Our guide, Basu, was knowledgeable, friendly, helpful, and looked after us.

We were able to trust him and understand why he was critical. He also has a great sense of humor and had quite a few laughs. His English was also excellent, and we had no trouble communicating.

Our porter, Bikram, was also delicious, polite, and hard-working. He looked after me when Basu had to look after my sick husband and did an excellent job. His English was also good.

Thanks for a beautiful holiday.

Clare Cox

Ricardo Figueiro
Best EBC trek EVER
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We did the hike to EBC Trek, and it was all perfect. The company’s organization, the hotel’s location, and the rise’s schedule.

Our guide, Suresh, was excellent, super responsible, and competent.

Thanks to Mr. Puru and his team for the great trip.

Ricardo Figueiro


Radka Hromadova
EBC Trek - Solo Female trekker
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Where to start… What a fantastic place! You cannot fail to have your breath taken away on this EBC trek. Our experience was even better, given that we had already got on our flight out.

We had the assurance that everything was being taken care of for us. All our internal flights, permits, hotels, trekking guides, tours, everything! We can’t compliment the team at ‘Above The Himalayas’ enough.

As a solo female traveler, I needed to find a safe, reputable trekking company in Nepal. Above the Himalayas, Trekking Ltd. has exceeded my expectations! Gokki, my trekking guide, was fun, reliable, and creative.

During our EBC trek to Gokyo Ri, I crossed Cho La Pass to Kala Pathar. We went down to Chukung, where I met my climbing guide and porters, who were excellent as well. Our cook prepared fantastic food in the Island Peak base camp, so all I had to do was – go to the summit!

Excellent service; everything was well organized, fun, and professional!


Radka Hromadovawas

Anthony S
Melbourne, Australia
The BEST trekking company for EBC Trek even in a worst-case scenario
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I have no hesitation in recommending this company to all my friends. Mr. Puru Timalsena was excellent from the very beginning. , Replying to my emails on time. He was able to organize the exact EBC trek we wanted.

When we wanted, I was thrilled to work around my travel times. We were at ease when they met us at the airport and took us to the hotel.

Our pickup waited for hours until our flight, which was late, arrived. It’s comforting to know they will wait for you and not leave if your flight is late!

While on the trek, one of our group experienced acute mountain sickness. Puru arranges a helicopter evacuation down to Kathmandu.

A scary experience! We had the travel insurance to cover such an event. Puru and our Guide (who knew exactly what to do) organized everything so quickly.

Puru arranged a helicopter, hospital, Dorctos, and everything needed. Puru dealt with our insurance company (he has experience in this department). He took care of EVERYTHING. It was 100% stress-free in a worst-case scenario. On top of this, the trek itself was enjoyable.

Thanks to a great team of porters and our Guide, who took excellent care of us and ensured we had a great time! (Oh, Puru gives you the best price, including Kathmandu tours. He offers a traditional Nepalese dinner and entertainment at the end of the trek! Great value for money!).

If you want peace of mind that you are getting an honest and reliable company. To book your next adventure in Nepal, choose Above the Himalayas.

They go above and beyond your usual trekking deal. If I ever go back or visit neighboring Bhutan, there is no doubt I will call Puru to organize it!

Anthony Sin

Melbourne, Australia

New Zealand
EBC Trek in May
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Went here in May for our EBC trek. The first time we took a tour like this, The group at Above the HimalayaPhurba trekking was excellent. They meet us at the airport, hotel accommodations, preparations, and supplies—all top-notch.

The guide we had was Phurba. He is an excellent, knowledgeable guy. Earnest about his job and your safety. They provide much of the equipment, including sleeping bags.

I hire down jackets, climbing boots, and a rain poncho. Nothing was cheap; it was all first-class stuff. Throughout the trek, the guides and porters become a little family.

We went through the tough days, and spending all the time together bonds everyone. I found some new friends, both with fellow climbers and guides.

The reviews for these guys are all positive, and there is a reason for that. They take their time and do things right, and the feeling cannot improve.

You can book Khumbu trekking with these guys if you are deciding. If I return, there would be no other group; I would spend it only with them. Great job, guys.


New Zealand

Ken Pryce
EBc Trek - Trip of a lifetime
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I thought I had uploaded my review at the end of my EBC trek. But on reminiscing six months later, I noticed it was missing. I have decided to challenge myself with the Everest trekking. I did the usual online searches, studying the various reviews.

Based on that, I chose Above The Himalaya Trekking and dealt with Puru by email. With a degree of trepidation, I met the taxi at Kathmandu airport. As discussed, from then on, my fears were gone as everything went as planned.

Puru’s hotel is an oasis within Kathmandu with lovely rooms (heaven after the trek). I chose to trek alone with a porter & guide (Kedar). He was fabulous and ensured that I was well looked after & paced the trek to my capability.

The trek was ‘out of this world’ with perfect weather most of the time. I had such a sense of achievement at the end of the Day. I had a few days left before my return flight.

Puru organized a 3-day safari trip to Chitwan National Park. It is worth it if you have time, including elephant treks. In summary – thanks, Puru, for organizing the whole trip!

Ken Pryce

London UK

Greater London, United Kingdom
Outstanding EBC Trek
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If you want to go EBC Trek in Nepal, look no further than Above the Himalayas. Puru (an ex-guide himself) and his team made the experience fabulous. He ran like clockwork from the moment we arrived to drop him off.

We had our guide and porter between the two of us. We paid pretty much the same as other larger groups who had to carry their stuff. They include our meals. Inclusion, like other groups we met, had no restrictions on what we could order.

When we returned to Lukla, the weather had closed for several days. Mr. Puru arranged for a helicopter to get us out, which was an extra ($200). It was much cheaper than if we had tried to set it ourselves. All in all, 5*

Greater London, United Kingdom

MiniBowe Limerick, Ireland
Limerick, Ireland
EBC Trek in August
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Puru was very helpful in organizing the trek through email. EBC Trek was a brilliant experience! Our guide and sherpa made everything possible.

They kindly posted our certificates and T-shirts to us after we had flown home. Would recommend!

Mini Bowe
Limerick, Ireland

Seoul, South Korea
Awesome EBC Trek with guide Sitaram
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After googling various Nepal-based trekking agencies for our EBC trek, I’m so glad we went with Puru and Above the Himalayas. From my first emails inquiring about the package.

All went great to the end of our trip to Kathmandu. We were delighted with the professionalism and level of love our guide, Sitaram- what a lovely guy. He was professionally friendly, looked after us the whole EBC trek, and pushed us when needed.

It is excellent to learn about Nepal from him. With this company, everything is taken care of. All we had to do was get ourselves walking every day! As for the EBC trek itself, it is phenomenal. Don’t hesitate to do it!!

Ensure you drink 4 liters of water daily, eat garlic soup, and take altitude pills. I would recommend Above the Himalayas without a doubt!!

South Korea

Simon Coy
Unbelievable EBC Trek in more ways than one
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There is no more accurate measure of a man or an organization than to see how they manage in a crisis.

The excursion to EBC Trek was item #1 on my Bucket List. No words can pay homage to the spectacular beauty of the Himalayan mountains. It is the quality of service that Puru T. and his staff provided.

On the way back from the EBC trek, I was stricken in the middle of the night. I got a little sick and felt acute dehydration. The net effect was that I could not carry on and was in a remote tea house in Pangboche.

Our guide contacted Puru in Kathmandu. Within hours, Peru had arranged an emergency helicopter evacuation. I came by ambulance from the Kathmandu airport to the hospital, where I met Puru.

He expedited all the paperwork and came by many times to check in on me. Even upon my release, he retrieved my luggage and took me back to the airport.

I cannot say enough about how much care and hospitality these guides provide. I can’t thank Puru and his organization enough.

It was a National Holiday in Nepal during this, and yet Peru was able to pull it all together. Thank you, Peru and Above The Himalayas

His quick response time went from a few minutes to a few hours. He answered all our questions. We immediately knew this was a company committed to its clients.

Simon Coy


Hira Andrade & Punit Bansal
Al Ghusais,Dubai, UAE
Thanks Puru and team for the memorable EBC trek
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My husband and I did the EBC  Trek in September with Above the Himalayan Trekking. We were immediately impressed with the response time of Mr. Puru Thimalsena, the MD of the company.

His quick response time is from a few minutes to a few hours. He answered all our questions patiently. We immediately knew this was a company committed to its clients.

We were also delighted with the professionalism of our guide – Mr. Basu Duwadi & our porter – Chandru. Overall, we are so happy to have decided to trek with ATHT.

It was a memorable and excellent trek, thanks to Mr. Puru and his team. We would do my next EBC trek with the same company.

Hira Hilda Andrade & Punit Bansal.
Al Ghusais,Dubai, UAE

Jordan C
Greater Perth, Australia
EBC Trek a life time experience
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It was a great EBC trek experience, the first EBC trek/hike I’d ever been on. The leading tour guide, Ramhari, was exceptional. The assistant guides were brilliant (amount and Romesh, spelling incorrect ).

The accommodation was what you could expect for a hike in the Himalayas. Guides had it tough with a massive group with a wide range of abilities. I recommend trying and getting it on Ramhari’s tour if you can.

Jordan C
Greater Perth, Australia

Tham Pei
Jaya, Selango
EBC trek in November
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As the organizer for my trip to Nepal, Puru was very efficient. Apart from arranging the EBC trek, he helped me organize a trip to Chitwan National Park. He helped me get my bus tickets to Pokhara. He also helped me sort out the reconfirmation of my plane tickets.

All Trekking Permits (TIMS) involve a bureaucratic process to get on time. When you are on holiday, you do not want to hassle with it. With his help smoothing out all these, I enjoyed my stay in the majestic country of Nepal. He provides me with an excellent guide.

It was a fascinating EBC Trek and Kala Pattar. My guide, Narendra, made the trip even more memorable with me. He was a good companion on the trek.

He made sure I was always warm and comfortable. (it is super cold for an Asian up there) and he always knew the comfortable lodges to choose from.

He even advised me on my food, depending on the freshness of the ingredients. That’s why I had a good pizza in Gorakshep and a delicious dhal bhat in Namche.

I did not have to worry about the nitty-gritty details of the EBC trek because it was all arranged. I cut short my trek for two days, and there were no problems with flight tickets with Nahendra and the agency’s help.

It is a primary concern for single-woman travelers looking for trekking guides. But I will recommend Nahendra.

M/S Tham Pei Ting.

Marc Shapiro
Honest, knowledgeable service even during a pandemic
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One always worries whether a trekking company is being honest or not. One thinks about how much their markup is. But Puru Timalsena and Above the Himalayas were straightforward. They are simple, told me where not to spend extra, though it would have benefitted him, and did a great follow-up.

I have used Above the Himalayas for two trips. The first in 2019 to visit Upper Mustang for the Tiji festival. The second in November 2020 for the EBC Trek /Khumbu region. While living in Nepal, I tried to do some of the groundwork for myself.

But with someone as knowledgeable as Puru at the help, that was a mistake.

He even helped us with a hotel I tried to arrange alone. He helped us gather reliable information. He helped to get my wife back to Nepal during the pandemic after she had to leave with only a regular tourist visa.

In both cases, he helped without any more commission, which you wouldn’t find in a country like Nepal. His arrangements and advice were always spot on. I recommend Above the Himalayas.”

Marc Shapiro

Konstantina G
Best guide for EBC Trek.
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Above the Himalayas organized a grand tour from the beginning to the end. Having a lot of questions before the trip, Puru provided all the answers.

They provide the group with a very experienced tour guide. Mr. Purna was a pleasant, easy-going, solid, and reliable guide. His knowledge of the surrounding mountains and Nepal was vast. Omit EBC Trek was a fantastic trip, and I recommend Puru and this team.

Konstantina G


Joseph Kennedy
Fantastic trek to Everest base camp highly recommended
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The EBC trek was fantastic! The Jiri to Lukla section shows you authentic sights in rural Nepal. Dipak, my guide, handed over everything and was happy to answer any questions.

He was very knowledgeable about all aspects of trekking in the Everest region. He is an excellent company to all, and it was a very enriching and fulfilling experience.

I will use Above the Himalayas when I return to Nepal.
Joseph Kennedy


Kris Woodard
Trip of a life time thanks to my guide and porters
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Above The Himalayas, Puru is a true professional, gentleman, and businessman. Dhurba is among them—the most courteous, attentive, respectful, and knowledgeable guide.

Mr Basu is an eager-to-learn, patient, caring, and humble porter. With all the qualities of the young guide, make this team the best. Nepal has to offer in the Himalayan world not only EBC Trek but also adventure travel.

After my trip to the EBC trek, I craved more and liked that. , I was diving off a bridge over 160 meters in the thick of a beautiful jungle. The class and dedication everyone provided are excellent.

I am bringing an experience of safety and pure enjoyment. My heart goes out to these guys for making an extraordinary moment in my life even more profound. Thank you!

Kris Woodard


Valer Jucan & Dana
Best trekking adventure to Everest base camp
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Here,  We come at the end of the EBC trek. We are pleased with the Above the Himalayan Trekking service. , from when we were picked up at the airport to drop off. The trekking is to climb Kala Pathar and visit Everest Base Camp.

Returning to Kathmandu, we are happy with our guide, Dhurba, and porter, Pralhad.

This was a fantastic experience as a physical challenge and cultural learning.

We recommend Above the Himalayas, Trekking.
Valer Jucan & Dana

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