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Everest Base Camp Trek - 15 Days

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  • Everest Region , Nepal
  • 15 Days
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • 5180m
Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek

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Trip At Glance

Duration

15

Max Altitude

5545

Best Season

Spring, Autumn

Trip Type

Tea House

Transportation

Private Car, Flight

Accomodation

Hotel, Lodge

Overview And Highlights

"Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with the Everest Base Camp Trek, where every step leads you closer to the world's highest peak. Traverse rugged trails, immerse in Sherpa culture, and witness breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas. Discover the awe-inspiring beauty of Nepal's Khumbu region on this iconic trekking journey."

Everest is more than a mountain and the journey to its base camp is more than just a trek. The classic Everest Base Camp trek via Ramechhap Manthali airport  cheap budget and economy lodge package cost begins from somewhere between 1395$ to 3000$Everest Base Camp trek is one of the finest treks in the world that centers on the world's highest peak Earth head Mt. Everest (29,029 ft. / 8,848.68m).

Everest Base Camp Trek with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks with The 15 Days EBC Trekking, Tour, Including Hike to Kalapathar  5545m, Local kathmandu based Agency, best Price no hidden charge everyday guarantee departure.

Everest base camp Trek package itinerary 2024 Provide you an opportunity to have a close look of Spectacular snow topped High Mountain, scenery Sherpa Culture, Excellent Tea house/lodge Views of Khumbu Himalaya of Nepal and holds 6th position in world trekking trail recognized by 10th edition of lonely planet travel guide book.

Everest trekking package is also one of the best conventional option to trek from where wholesome view of world highest mountain can be viewed.  It is that paradise where you can view four  tallest peaks which include Mount Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m) and Cho You (8156m).

During the trek, we can observe the world popular and brave Sherpa community with their residential place Namche Bazar. Hospitality and culture of Sherpa add up joy in our mind. The path offers very pleasant scenery.

Trekking to Everest base camp you can flight from Kathmandu to Hillary airport Lukla and start your trek uphill to beautiful village set by Sherpa called Namche bazaar (3,440) following the valley form by Dudh Koshi River. Extensive display of Dudh Koshi river adds up pleasure to mind. The itinerary is luring in which unbelievable natural beauty can be observed closed to you.

Local monastery and fresh air, pleasant environment and outstanding view of world highest mountain of world are probably the most memorable view of trek. You get to stay one day in Namche bazaar, get chance to adapt in the extremely interesting climatic condition. After one day of Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, you kick start your trek for another two days to Dingboche (4,260m).

Further another two days of trek will ultimately lead to Everest base camp trekking passing Gorkasep the flat land below Kalapathar (5,545m) and Mt. Pumori.

Trekking to Everest base camp arrange you amazing view of mountain vista, a break to witness lifestyle of Sherpa the world famous climbers, hiking to Everest base camp through one of the world heritage site (Sagarmatha national park), to observe the various flora and fauna not found in the other side of the globe and the timeless huge monasteries whose existence goes very far behind the time period.

Unique lifestyle of Sherpa; the world great climbers, captivating and wide view of mountain range are the main attraction of trekking to Everest base camp.  Everest trekking package 2023 is the rare occasion of exploring world heritage site; Sagarmatha national park with large number of flora and fauna.

The best thing is we get is once in a life time opportunity to explore this mind blowing sight which was conquered by Sir Edmund Hillary and Ten zing Norgay Sherpa in 1953 and get to see Everest standing with head held high with all the grace.Best time to trek Everest beginning of September to October/ November and March to April/May.

In those months the visibility of surrounding is good enough. So, we can view more scenery and clearly enjoy lot. Overall trekking of Everest base camp is rare opportunity of world tallest mountain of world that make u feel proud and delighted.

Kathmandu to Ramechhap – Everest Base Camp Trek

nepalecotrekkingKathmandu to Ramechhap is a new popular among Everest region trekkers. Instead of a direct Kathmandu to Lukla flight, trekkers now have to take a flight from Manthali to Lukla. Due to CAAN’s change in flight policy, there are now almost no direct flights to Lukla, Nepal, from Kathmandu. So, if you’re planning for Everest Base Camp Trek in March,April,May or Septmber/October & November, 2023, you must take a road trip from Kathmandu to Ramechhap Manthali.

Send inquiry to Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, or contact by WhatsApp +977-9851082358 if you’re planning for Everest Base Camp Trek or any other Everest region treks in 2023. March, April and May are best visible peak trekking season in Nepal. Adventure Nepal Eco Treks is the best trekking company in Kathmandu Nepal offer Everest base camp kalapathar 5545m (region) trek at the most affordable rates. 

Moreover, some time possible to book direct flight ticket from Kathmandu Lukla, send us an email with the date of your preference. Also, we manage Kathmandu to Ramechhap transportation and back to Kathmandu from Ramechhap.

Kathmandu to Ramechhap Helicopter Flight: Yes or No?

You arrived in Nepal late and missed the connecting flight to Ramechhap. Also, you don’t have time to take a tourist bus from Kathmandu to Ramechhap. In such a condition, you’ll have the option of taking Kathmandu to the Ramechhap Helicopter flight.

The helicopter flight to Manthali airport can cost you somewhere around per person USD 350. And after boarding, you’ll reach Manthali within 30 minutes and catch the flight to Lukla.Is it worth taking a helicopter from Kathmandu to Ramechhap and then taking a flight to Lukla? It’s a big NO.

Getting out from Ramechhap to Kathmandu

One or two direct flights from Lukla to Kathmandu operate daily from Lukla airport. However, getting this flight is merely possible for most trekkers.If you can afford a helicopter, fly from Lukla to Kathmandu by helicopter.

If you have no choice, take the flight to Ramechhap from Lukla. From Ramechhap, you’ll get plenty of options to reach Kathmandu. You can fly to Kathmandu or drive to Kathmandu for five hours.

The flight costs USD 180, whereas the tourist bus to Kathmandu costs USD 10/15. Either way, you’ll reach Kathmandu by evening. You’ll save USD 130 for many beers in Kathmandu by taking a bus ride. Cheers! Private car/4x4 Jeeps also possible to have from Ramechhap or kathmandu to Ramechhap.

The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most iconic and sought-after treks in the world, offering trekkers a chance to experience the majestic beauty of the Himalayas and stand in the shadow of the world's highest peak. Here are the highlights of this legendary trek:

Spectacular Mountain Views: The trek provides breathtaking panoramic views of some of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest (8,848 meters), Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and more. Trekkers are treated to ever-changing vistas of snow-capped mountains as they make their way through the Khumbu region.

Namche Bazaar: Namche Bazaar serves as the vibrant hub of the Everest region and the gateway to the trek. This bustling Sherpa town offers a lively market where trekkers can stock up on supplies, acclimatize to the altitude, and immerse themselves in the local culture.

Tengboche Monastery: The trek includes a visit to Tengboche Monastery, one of the most important monasteries in the Everest region. Situated amidst stunning mountain scenery, the monastery provides trekkers with an opportunity to experience Buddhist culture and witness traditional ceremonies.

Sherpa Culture and Hospitality: Trekking through Sherpa villages allows trekkers to experience the unique Sherpa culture and hospitality. Trekkers can interact with locals, visit monasteries, and learn about Sherpa customs, traditions, and way of life.

Everest Base Camp: The ultimate highlight of the trek is reaching Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters), the starting point for climbers attempting to summit Mount Everest. Standing at the foot of the world's highest peak is a truly awe-inspiring experience and a dream come true for many trekkers.

Khumbu Glacier and Icefall: En route to Everest Base Camp, trekkers cross the vast Khumbu Glacier and traverse the treacherous Khumbu Icefall. These icy wonders of nature offer a glimpse into the challenges faced by climbers attempting to conquer Everest.

Kala Patthar: Trekkers have the option to climb Kala Patthar (5,545 meters), a nearby viewpoint that offers stunning panoramic views of Everest and the surrounding peaks. The sunrise from Kala Patthar is particularly spectacular and not to be missed.

Sagarmatha National Park: The trek takes place within Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its diverse flora and fauna. Trekkers may encounter wildlife such as musk deer, Himalayan thars, and various bird species as they journey through the park.

Overall, the Everest Base Camp Trek offers an unforgettable adventure through some of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth. With its towering peaks, vibrant culture, and legendary landmarks, it provides trekkers with a once-in-a-lifetime experience in the heart of the Himalayas.

Short Note:All the Domestic airlines flights to Lukla operated via Ramechhap-Manthali- Airport from the 1st of October 2022

Day to Day Itinerary

Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer your Hotel

Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1335

You will be transferred to Hotel room from Tribhuban International Airport. After that you will be informed about the each day program. Sagarmatha National Park Permits and TIMS is recived on the same day.

Flight of Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Phakding

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2660

Distance: 8 km
Duration: 3-4 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After completing the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla make ready your trekking gears with bag and Everest base camp lodge trek down to Chheplung, Chaurikharka.

From here the trail contours along the side of Dudhkoshi (Milk River) valley before ascending to Ghats (2530m). The path climbs towards Phakding and you will spend overnight there.

Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3535

Distance: 10-12 km
Duration: 5-6 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The trail crosses along the Milk River’s oscillating bridge and lead you along the river to climb to Banker village (2700m). After traveling short distance beyond the Banker the trail goes through on suspension bridge to east bank and climb to Chumoa. 

After complete register of trekking permit and TIMS card and you need  to climb down towarda Dudh Koshi and other side short distance to Jorasalle last village before Namche bazaar and trail crosses back to the east side of the river before climbing to the high suspension bridge over the milk River.

From there you need to walk steady for Four and half hour climbing to Namche Bazaar and accommodate at Guest house.

Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3440

Elevation: 3,880m
Duration: 3-4 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Namche Bazaar is Sherpa Capital of Solu Khumbu region. Hospitality of Sherpa greatly attract anyone and you can visit Sagarmatha National Park visitor Center.

There are so many things to do around Namche Bazaar and you should spend a day here acclimatizing. It will be helpful to spend a day at higher altitude as part of your acclimatization coming back down to Namche to overnight. It takes 3 to 4 hours round trip to visit Syangboche, Khumjung and Khunde village.

Trek from Namche to Tengboche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3890

Distance: 10 km
Duration: 5-6 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After completing breakfast in Namche the path slightly goes uphill to Namche and leads you to Tengboche through Sanasa and directly descends to Dudh Koshi River (3250m) where there are several small hotels.

Mostly trekkers have lunch break here and steep ascent brings you to Tengboche (3890m) the famous Gompa which it background of Ama Dablam, Everest and snow peaks.

During the peak trekking season October/November full moon the colorful Mani Rimdu festival is held here with masked dancing and Tibetan Opera in the monastery courtyard. During festival time it is very difficult to get accommodation.

Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4240

Distance: 11 km
Duration: 5-6 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The path of trek slightly drops down to Debouche and crosses the Imja Khola. After that we climb through rhododendron forest past superb mani stones craved with Tibetan Buddhist mantra “Om mani padme hum” to Pangboche (3860m) the Gompa which is oldest in the Khumbu Region and Pangboche is the best stop for Lunch break.

The trails climb past Somare village and Orsho to Dingbuche (4410m). Dingbuche village possesed dozen of lodges for overnight stay and medical assistant is also available there.

Acclimatization day in Dingboche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge

Another Acclimatization you can get opportunity of spending a day in Pheruche just resting in village or visit Dingboche and Chukung are possible destination and both offer very good view of snowy peak of the Khumbu Himalaya.

Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4900

Distance: 12 km
Duration: 5-6 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Trek continues from Pheruche then the trail slightly climbs uphill phulang Khola (4340m) smoothly two and half hour trek to Thukla; rest and lunch place.

From Thukla the trail goes directly up the gravely terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier for one and half hour than bears let to group of memorials to lost international climber and Sherpa, including Scott Fischer who died in the 1996 Everest disaster.

It is short climb past view of Mt. Pumori to the summer village to the Lobuche(4930m) the altitude cold and crowed lodges, you should to ensure productive night to sleep nearly 4900m.

Trek from Lobuche to Gorkasep

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
5180

Distance: 15 km round trip
Duration: 7-8 hours
Accommodation: Tea house
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Adventures uphill trip from Lobuche to Gorkasep takes three hours leaving sufficient time to peak of Kalapathar. We can stay overnight in Gorkasep and climb Kalapathar early in the next morning for best chance to good weather.

At 5545m small viewpoint offer the best view of Everest, Lhotse and other snowy peak in Nepal without climbing all those mountains.

Gorak Shep is the base camp for the Swiss Expedition to Mt. Everest. Some time altitude makes you difficult to sleep in Gorkasep. If altitude getting to you better to descending to Lobuche or Thukla on the same day.

Trek from Gorkasep to Lobuche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4930

For those who want to visit Everest base camp (5380m) it will take 6/7 hour round trip from Gorkasep.

If you are travel in April/May there is plenty of fixing tent because of climbing peak season. In the other month there is not great time to see except for view of Khumbu Icefall; there is no view from Everest base camp, if you only have energy for side trip better to climb Kalapathar.

Another two hour walk down hill to Lobuche and some trekkers can walk to Pheruche or Dingboche, but this is dependent on your physical fitness.

Trek from Lobuche to Dingboche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4410

The path slightly goes down to Dingboche from Lobuche and it will take about 3 to 4 hour. You can stay the night at Dingboche (4410).

There are plenty of Good lodges and best view of Island peak Lhotse and other snowy peak of the Khumbu Himalaya which is breathtaking.

Trek from Dingboche to Namche

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3535

The trail slightly goes down to Namche via Orsho, Somare, Pangboche, Imja Khola, Debouche, Tengboche, fingethaga,Sanasa and finally trail stop at Namche Bazaar and overnight.

Namche Bazaar is Sherpa capital, also business center of Khumbu region. Internet cafe, money changer and now became an alpine resort.

Trek from Namche to Lukla

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2850

The trail steeply goes down through Rhododendron and Pine forest to Jorasalle it will take about two hour and another 5 hour walk to Lukla through Monju, banker, Phakding, Ghats Khola, Chaurikharka, Chheplung and arrival in Lukla and overnight at Guest house.

Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

Food
Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1350

Early morning joyful flight from Lukla to Kathmandu and transfer your Hotel. During the day you will have rest after long journey in the Khumbu Himalaya and Evening fare well dinner.

Departure for your onward flight.

Food
Breakfast

 Departure for your onward flight.

What Is Included ?

  • Airport pickup and drop by private vehicle.
  • Two nights standard twin sharing Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • All standard meals (12 lunches, 12 dinners, and 13 breakfasts) during the trek
  • Seasonal fresh fruit during the trek
  • Trekking Lodge (Tea House) accommodations throughout the trek.
  • All necessary paper works Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit & Khumbu Pashang Lhamu Rural Municipality fees
  • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight with private airport transfer and domestic airport tax.
  • A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English speaking well trained, Government License holder guide with all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance.
  • Strong, helpful porters with proper safety equipment and walking equipment his salary, foods, accommodation and insurance (one porter for two people).
  • Comprehensive medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel Insurance company).
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Trekking certificate after the successful trek you have done.
  • Trekking route map/ Domestic Airport tax.
  • Everest base camp trekking route map.
  • Assistant guide group size above 8+ person.
  • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily (Very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS) symptoms) Which will ensure you trek is in the safest hands possible for all levels of trekker.

 

What Is Excluded?

 

  •  International airfare/Your Travel insurance
  •  Lunch/ Dinner in Kathmandu/Tips for Guide
  •  Tea/coffee/bottles drinks/Sweets things during the trek.
  •   Hot shower/Battery charge for camera during the trek
  • Additional cost by out of management control due to the landscape, weather condition, illness, government  strikes, and physical condition, etc.

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Route Map

Route Map

FAQs

Yes, you can obtain a Nepal visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu if you're arriving by air. This visa allows you to enter Nepal for various purposes, including tourism, business, or visiting friends and family.

For trekking to Everest Base Camp, you would typically require a tourist visa. As of my last update in January 2022, the visa fees for tourists are as follows:

  • 15-day multiple-entry visa: USD 30
  • 30-day multiple-entry visa: USD 50
  • 90-day multiple-entry visa: USD 125

These fees are subject to change, so it's advisable to check with the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your country or visit the official website of the Department of Immigration of Nepal for the most up-to-date information.

Upon arrival, you'll need to fill out a visa application form, which you can obtain at the airport. You'll also need to provide a valid passport, a recent passport-sized photo, and the appropriate visa fee in cash (USD or equivalent). Additionally, you may be asked to provide proof of your onward journey (such as a flight ticket) and evidence of sufficient funds to cover your stay in Nepal.

Once you've obtained your visa, you'll be able to proceed with your trek to Everest Base Camp or any other destination in Nepal.

As of my last update in January 2024, there isn't a strict age limit for the Classic Everest Base Camp Lodge Trek. However, it's essential to consider the physical fitness and health condition of the individual. The trek involves walking long distances, often at high altitudes, which can be physically demanding.

Most tour operators or trekking agencies recommend that participants be in good physical condition and have some prior trekking experience. Additionally, individuals should be aware of the risks associated with high-altitude trekking, such as altitude sickness.

While there isn't a specific age limit, older adults should consult with their healthcare provider before embarking on such a trek to ensure they are physically fit and able to handle the challenges of the journey. Additionally, trekking agencies may have their own guidelines or recommendations regarding age limits or fitness levels for participants.

Yes, it is possible to arrange a helicopter evacuation from Everest Base Camp (EBC) back to Kathmandu or Lukla if needed. Helicopter rescues or evacuations are sometimes necessary in case of medical emergencies, severe altitude sickness, or other urgent situations where trekking back on foot is not feasible.

However, arranging a helicopter evacuation from EBC can be quite expensive and is typically reserved for emergencies. The cost of a helicopter rescue can vary widely depending on factors such as the distance, availability of helicopters, weather conditions, and the urgency of the situation. It's important to have adequate travel insurance that covers helicopter evacuations and medical emergencies while trekking in Nepal.

If you're considering trekking to EBC, it's essential to be prepared and take necessary precautions to minimize the risk of altitude sickness and other health issues. Additionally, trekking with a reputable guide or agency can help ensure your safety and provide assistance in case of emergencies.

If you're planning a trek to Everest Base Camp and have concerns about your ability to complete the journey or potential emergencies, it's advisable to discuss these concerns with your trekking guide or agency before departure. They can provide information and guidance on safety measures and emergency procedures.

Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a potential concern for trekkers on the Classic Everest Base Camp Lodge Trek due to the high altitudes involved. The trek takes you to altitudes above 5,000 meters (16,404 feet), where the air is thinner and oxygen levels are lower. Altitude sickness can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or fitness level, and it's essential to be aware of the symptoms and take preventive measures to minimize the risk.

Some common symptoms of altitude sickness include:

  1. Headache
  2. Nausea or vomiting
  3. Fatigue or weakness
  4. Dizziness or lightheadedness
  5. Loss of appetite
  6. Difficulty sleeping

In severe cases, altitude sickness can lead to more serious conditions such as high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) or high altitude cerebral edema (HACE), which require immediate medical attention.

To reduce the risk of altitude sickness on the Everest Base Camp trek, consider the following tips:

Acclimatization: Take your time to acclimatize to the high altitudes by gradually ascending and allowing your body to adjust. It's recommended to spend at least a couple of days at higher elevations to acclimatize properly.

Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of fluids, preferably water, to stay hydrated at high altitudes. Avoid alcohol and caffeinated beverages, as they can contribute to dehydration.

Eat Well: Maintain a balanced diet and eat foods rich in carbohydrates and calories to fuel your body for the trek. However, avoid overeating or heavy meals, especially at higher altitudes.

Take It Slow: Pace yourself and avoid overexertion while trekking. Take frequent breaks to rest and catch your breath, especially when ascending steep sections of the trail.

Listen to Your Body: Pay attention to how you're feeling and be mindful of any symptoms of altitude sickness. If you experience symptoms such as headache, nausea, or dizziness, descend to a lower altitude immediately and seek medical attention if necessary.

Consider Medication: Some trekkers may choose to take preventive medication such as acetazolamide (Diamox) to help reduce the risk of altitude sickness. Consult with a healthcare professional before taking any medication and discuss the potential risks and benefits.

Ultimately, while altitude sickness is a potential risk on the Everest Base Camp trek, many trekkers complete the journey successfully by taking appropriate precautions, acclimatizing properly, and listening to their bodies. If you have any concerns about altitude sickness or your ability to trek at high altitudes, consider consulting with a healthcare professional before embarking on the trek.

To obtain a Nepali visa for the Everest Base Camp trek or any other purpose, you have a few options:

Visa on Arrival: If you're flying into Nepal, you can obtain a visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at certain land border crossings. The visa on arrival allows you to enter Nepal for various purposes, including tourism. You'll need to fill out a visa application form at the airport or border crossing, provide a passport-sized photo, and pay the applicable visa fee in USD or other accepted currency.

Nepali Embassy or Consulate: Alternatively, you can apply for a Nepali visa at a Nepali embassy or consulate in your home country or in a nearby country before traveling to Nepal. You'll need to fill out a visa application form, provide a passport-sized photo, and submit your passport along with the applicable visa fee. Processing times and requirements may vary depending on the embassy or consulate.

When applying for a Nepali visa, it's essential to ensure that you meet all the requirements and have the necessary documentation, including a valid passport with at least six months' validity remaining. Additionally, make sure to check the latest visa fees, requirements, and processing times, as these may change over time.

For specific information about visa requirements and procedures, it's advisable to contact the nearest Nepali embassy or consulate or visit the official website of the Department of Immigration of Nepal.

Yes you'll get safe drinking water on the classic Everest Base Camp Trek. Moreover, you'll get free hot drinking water at every tea house, all-inclusive on the package.

We recommend you bring water purifying tablets and electrolyte drinking solutions to stay hydrated all day long. Also, you must carry a water thermos and one hydration bladder.

It will help if you carry Nepali currency for your expenses during this trek. There are ATMs in Namche and Lukla, but they often need more service.

Therefore, carrying Nepali currency would be the best to be on the safe side.

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, we have an excellent Everest Trek track record. Almost 98% of our total Everest region treks are successful. And for every client, we have been recommending another trekker to choose our company.


Moreover, our owner-plus trek manager has more than 30 years of expertise in Nepali Tourism, especially in the Everest region. Therefore, our quality services with a touch of luxury can be the ultimate trek for you.
 

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, we have an excellent Everest Trek track record. Almost 98% of our total Everest region treks are successful. And for every client, we have been recommending another trekker to choose our company.

Moreover, our owner-plus trek manager has more than 30 years of expertise in Nepali Tourism, especially in the Everest region. Therefore, our quality services with a touch of luxury can be the ultimate trek for you.


 

Yes, trekking permits are required for the Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal. There are two main permits that trekkers need to obtain:

Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit: The Everest region, including the trek to Everest Base Camp, falls within the Sagarmatha National Park. Trekkers need to obtain a Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit from the Nepal Tourism Board or its authorized agents in Kathmandu or Lukla. This permit is required for entry into the national park and helps support conservation efforts in the area.

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry Permit: In addition to the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit, trekkers also need to obtain a local permit from the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality, which covers the Everest region. This permit is obtained in Lukla or Monjo and is necessary for trekking in the local villages and communities along the route to Everest Base Camp.

Both permits are essential, and you'll need to carry them with you during your trek as they may be checked at various checkpoints along the trail. It's important to obtain these permits through authorized channels and to follow the regulations and guidelines set by the local authorities to ensure a smooth and legal trekking experience in the Everest region. Additionally, trekking with a registered guide or through a reputable trekking agency can help ensure that all necessary permits are obtained and that you comply with local regulations.

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks offer services directly, including payment terms for treks. However, payment terms for an Everest Base Camp trek can vary depending on the trekking company or agency you choose to book with. Here are some common payment terms you might encounter:

Deposit: Many trekking companies require a deposit to secure your booking. This deposit is typically a percentage of the total cost of the trek and is paid at the time of booking. The remaining balance is usually due before the start of the trek.

Full Payment: Some trekking companies may require full payment upfront at the time of booking, especially for last-minute bookings or peak trekking seasons when demand is high.

Payment Schedule: In some cases, trekking companies may offer a payment schedule where you can pay in installments leading up to the start of the trek. This can make it easier to manage the cost of the trek over time.

Payment Methods: Trekking companies may accept various payment methods, including credit/debit cards, bank transfers, PayPal, or cash. Be sure to inquire about accepted payment methods and any associated fees or surcharges.

Cancellation Policy: It's essential to understand the cancellation policy of the trekking company you book with, including any deadlines for cancellations and any applicable fees or penalties.

When booking an Everest Base Camp trek, make sure to carefully review the payment terms and conditions provided by the trekking company or agency. If you have any questions or concerns about the payment terms, don't hesitate to ask the company for clarification before making your booking.

Yes, you can bring some food from home for your Everest Base Camp trek, although there are a few factors to consider:

Customs and Import Regulations: When bringing food from home into Nepal, you should be aware of customs and import regulations. Certain food items may be restricted or prohibited, so it's essential to check with Nepalese authorities or your country's embassy or consulate in Nepal to ensure compliance with regulations.

Packaging and Weight Restrictions: Keep in mind that you'll be carrying all of your belongings, including food, during your trek. Be mindful of weight restrictions and pack lightweight, non-perishable items that are suitable for trekking.

Availability of Local Food: Along the Everest Base Camp trekking route, you'll find teahouses and lodges that offer meals and snacks for trekkers. While the variety of food available may be limited compared to what you're accustomed to at home, you'll generally find basic meals such as dal bhat (rice and lentils), noodles, soups, and snacks like energy bars and biscuits.

Special Dietary Requirements: If you have specific dietary requirements or preferences, bringing some food items from home that cater to your needs can be beneficial. However, it's a good idea to supplement these with locally available foods to ensure a balanced diet during your trek.

Perishable Items: Avoid bringing perishable food items that may spoil quickly, especially if you're trekking for an extended period. Stick to non-perishable items like nuts, dried fruits, energy bars, instant noodles, and pre-packaged snacks.

Overall, bringing some food from home can provide familiarity and variety during your trek, but it's essential to plan carefully and consider the practicalities of carrying and consuming food while trekking in the Everest region.

Yes, there are communication options available when trekking in the Everest region, including when you're on the mountain itself. However, the availability and reliability of communication methods can vary depending on your location and altitude.

Here are some common communication options:

Satellite Phones: Many trekking groups and guides carry satellite phones for emergency communication. These phones can work in remote areas where there is no cellular coverage, but they can be expensive to use.

Mobile Phone Coverage: In some parts of the Everest region, especially in lower altitudes and near villages, you may find mobile phone coverage from local Nepalese telecom providers. However, coverage can be sporadic and unreliable, especially at higher altitudes and in more remote areas.

Wi-Fi: Some teahouses and lodges along popular trekking routes, including those leading to Everest Base Camp, offer Wi-Fi connectivity for a fee. However, the quality and speed of the connection can vary significantly, and it may not be available in more remote areas or at higher altitudes.

Emergency Beacons: Some trekkers carry personal locator beacons (PLBs) or emergency locator transmitters (ELTs) that can send distress signals via satellite in case of emergencies. These devices can alert rescue services to your location and situation.

Radio Communication: Guides and trekking groups may use handheld radios for communication between team members or with support staff at base camps or other locations.

It's essential to plan and prepare for communication needs before embarking on a trek, especially in remote and mountainous areas like Everest Base Camp. Having multiple communication options and ensuring that someone knows your itinerary and emergency contacts can help ensure your safety while trekking.

information about individual trekking companies or their insurance policies. However, reputable trekking companies in Nepal typically insure their staff for various situations, including medical emergencies and accidents that may occur during treks or expeditions.

When choosing a trekking company or guide for your Everest Base Camp trek or any other adventure in Nepal, it's essential to inquire about their insurance coverage for staff. You can ask the company directly about the types of insurance they provide for their guides, porters, and other staff members. This may include:

Medical Insurance: Coverage for medical expenses in case of illness or injury during treks or expeditions.

Emergency Evacuation Insurance: Insurance that covers the cost of emergency helicopter evacuations or rescues in case of severe altitude sickness, accidents, or other emergencies.

Travel Insurance: Some trekking companies may also require their staff to have travel insurance that covers medical expenses, emergency evacuations, and other travel-related risks.

Reputable trekking companies prioritize the safety and well-being of their staff and clients, and they typically take measures to ensure that their staff are adequately insured and prepared for emergencies. When planning your trek, make sure to choose a company with a good reputation, positive reviews, and clear policies regarding staff insurance and safety protocols.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp (EBC) with family and kids is possible, but it requires careful planning, preparation, and consideration of several factors. Here are some key points to keep in mind:

Physical Fitness: The trek to Everest Base Camp involves hiking at high altitudes, with the highest point reaching over 5,000 meters (17,600 feet). It requires a good level of physical fitness and acclimatization to altitude. Make sure that everyone in your family, including children, is physically fit and capable of undertaking the trek. It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before embarking on the trek, especially for children.

Acclimatization: Altitude sickness is a serious concern during the Everest Base Camp trek. It's important to plan the itinerary in a way that allows for gradual acclimatization to high altitudes. This may involve rest days at certain points along the trek to allow the body to adjust to the decreased oxygen levels.

Appropriate Gear and Clothing: Proper gear and clothing are essential for the Everest Base Camp trek, especially for children. Make sure everyone has suitable hiking boots, warm clothing, rain gear, hats, gloves, and sunglasses. It's also important to pack essential items such as sunscreen, lip balm, and medications.

Trekking with Children: Trekking with children adds an extra level of responsibility and consideration. You'll need to plan shorter trekking days and take breaks as needed. Ensure that children are adequately hydrated and well-rested. It's also important to keep them entertained and motivated during the trek.

Choosing a Responsible Tour Operator: If you're not experienced in trekking or traveling in the Himalayas, it's advisable to go with a reputable tour operator who specializes in family treks to Everest Base Camp. They can provide experienced guides, porters, and support staff who can assist with logistics, safety, and navigation.

Altitude and Health Considerations for Children: Children may be more susceptible to altitude sickness than adults. It's important to monitor their health closely and be prepared to descend if any symptoms of altitude sickness develop. Make sure children stay well-hydrated and eat regular, nutritious meals throughout the trek.

Safety Precautions: Safety should always be a top priority, especially when trekking with children. Stick to designated trails, follow the guidance of your trekking guide, and be prepared for changing weather conditions. Familiarize yourself with emergency procedures and evacuation routes in case of an emergency.

Overall, while trekking to Everest Base Camp with family and kids is possible, it requires careful planning, preparation, and consideration of the unique needs of children. With proper precautions and guidance from experienced professionals, it can be a memorable and rewarding adventure for the whole family.

AdventureNepal Eco Treks :AdventureNepal Eco Treks is a highly rated trekking company based in Kathmandu, Nepal. They offer a variety of trekking packages, including guided treks to Everest  Base Camp. Their experienced guides and staff prioritize safety and sustainability while providing personalized service to their clients.

The duration of the Everest Base Camp Trek typically ranges from 12 to 16 days. This timeframe includes both the trek itself and acclimatization days to help trekkers adjust to the high altitude.

 Depending on the trekking company and specific itinerary, additional days might be included for further acclimatization or contingencies. Therefore, the total duration can extend up to 16 days or slightly more.
 

The best time of year to do the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. Specifically:

Spring (March to May)

March: The weather starts to warm up, and the trekking trails become more accessible as winter snows melt. Early March can still be quite cold, especially at higher altitudes.

April: This is one of the most popular months for the EBC trek. The temperatures are moderate, and the rhododendron forests are in full bloom, providing stunning scenery.

May: Temperatures continue to rise, making it comfortable for trekking. By the end of May, the monsoon season is approaching, so early May is preferable.

Autumn (September to November)

September: The monsoon rains start to wane, and the skies clear up. Early September can still have some residual rain, but it's generally a good time to start trekking.

October: This is arguably the best month for the EBC trek. The weather is stable, with clear skies and excellent visibility of the mountains. The temperatures are comfortable for trekking.

November: The weather remains clear and dry, with temperatures beginning to drop as winter approaches. It's still a great time to trek, especially in the early part of the month.

Other Considerations

Winter (December to February): Trekking is possible, but it can be extremely cold, especially at higher altitudes. The trails are less crowded, but heavy snowfall can make trekking more challenging and even dangerous.

Monsoon (June to August): This is generally not recommended due to heavy rains, which can cause slippery trails, landslides, and poor visibility. The lower regions can be very wet, and there is a higher chance of flight cancellations to and from Lukla due to weather conditions.

The optimal times for the Everest Base Camp Trek are from March to May and September to November, offering the best combination of weather, visibility, and trail conditions.

The maximum altitude reached on the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek is at Kala Patthar, which stands at 5,545 meters (18,192 feet) above sea level. Kala Patthar is a popular vantage point for trekkers because it offers some of the most stunning views of Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks.

The actual Everest Base Camp itself is slightly lower, at an altitude of approximately 5,364 meters (17,598 feet). Although the base camp is the main destination, the trek to Kala Patthar is often included in the itinerary for its unparalleled panoramic views of Everest, especially during sunrise or sunset.
 

Trekking Experience

Navigation and Terrain: While the EBC trail is well-trodden and often busy with trekkers, having prior experience with hiking or trekking can help you navigate the terrain more confidently.

Mental Preparedness: Trekking at high altitudes can be mentally challenging due to the physical strain and sometimes harsh weather conditions. Prior trekking experience helps in developing the mental resilience needed.

While you do not need prior trekking experience, being physically fit, mentally prepared, and knowledgeable about high-altitude trekking greatly increases your chances of a successful and enjoyable Everest Base Camp Trek. If you are new to trekking, consider starting with easier treks to build your experience before attempting the EBC Trek.
 

Yes, there are medical facilities along the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek route, but their availability and capabilities vary. Here is an overview of what you can expect in terms of medical facilities along the trek:

Lukla

Lukla Hospital: Basic medical services are available. It's a small hospital capable of handling minor injuries and common illnesses. Serious cases might require evacuation to Kathmandu.

Namche Bazaar

Namche Health Post: Offers more comprehensive medical services compared to other places along the route. It's well-equipped to handle altitude sickness and other common trekking ailments. There are also pharmacies where you can get basic medications.

Khunde

Hillary Clinic: Located near Khumjung, this clinic provides good medical services, including treatment for altitude sickness. It was established by the Himalayan Trust, founded by Sir Edmund Hillary.

Pheriche

Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA) Clinic: This is a seasonal clinic operated during the peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn). It's well-known for treating trekkers with altitude sickness. The staff here is experienced in handling high-altitude medical issues.

Gorak Shep

Basic First Aid: Gorak Shep has limited facilities and offers very basic first aid services. For serious conditions, evacuation might be necessary.

General Tips

Acclimatization: Spend enough time acclimatizing to reduce the risk of altitude sickness. Follow the recommended itinerary and do not rush the ascent.

Hydration: Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, which helps with acclimatization.

Medications: Carry a personal medical kit with common medications, including those for altitude sickness (e.g., Diamox), pain relief, and gastrointestinal issues.

Evacuation Insurance: It's highly advisable to have travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation. In case of severe illness or injury, helicopter evacuation may be necessary, and costs can be substantial.

While there are medical facilities along the Everest Base Camp Trek route, they vary in terms of capabilities. For serious medical issues, especially related to altitude sickness, evacuation to a larger medical center in Kathmandu might be necessary. Therefore, being prepared, acclimatizing properly, and having comprehensive travel insurance are crucial for a safe trekking experience.

Before embarking on the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek, it is important to ensure you have the necessary vaccinations and medications to safeguard your health.

Consultation with Healthcare Provider

It's important to consult with a healthcare provider or a travel medicine specialist at least 4-6 weeks before your trip to discuss your specific health needs and to receive vaccinations. They can provide personalized advice based on your health history and travel itinerary.

Travel Insurance

Ensure your travel insurance covers high-altitude trekking and includes emergency evacuation. This is crucial for the EBC trek given the remote and high-altitude nature of the trek.

By taking these precautions, you can significantly reduce the risk of health issues during your trek and focus on enjoying the incredible journey to Everest Base Camp.
 

During the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek, you can expect a range of accommodations, primarily consisting of teahouses and lodges. 
while accommodations on the EBC trek are basic, they provide essential services and a unique opportunity to experience the local culture and hospitality in the high Himalayas.

Lukla (2,860 m):

Relatively well-developed with a variety of teahouses and lodges. Better amenities compared to higher altitudes.

Namche Bazaar (3,440 m):

One of the main hubs on the trek with a wide range of accommodations, from basic teahouses to more comfortable lodges. More amenities, including bakeries, cafes, and gear shops.

Tengboche (3,860 m):

Fewer options, but the teahouses here offer basic, comfortable accommodations. Stunning views of the monastery and surrounding peaks.

Dingboche (4,410 m):

Several teahouses with basic amenities. A key acclimatization stop with more options than some higher-altitude locations.

Lobuche (4,940 m):

Limited number of teahouses, often crowded during peak season. Very basic amenities, with shared facilities.

Gorak Shep (5,170 m):

The last stop before Everest Base Camp. Very basic accommodations with limited facilities. Rooms may be colder and less comfortable.

Costs vary based on services included (guide, porter, accommodations). On average, budget around $1,350 to $2,500, excluding international flights.

Wi-Fi is available at most tea houses, usually for a fee. Mobile phone coverage is available through local providers, but it can be intermittent.
 

Carry enough Nepali rupees in cash for the trek. ATMs are available in Kathmandu and Namche Bazaar but may not be reliable further along the trail.
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Additional Information

Accommodation

You'll get the best available tea house for nine days on your luxury Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks. You'll get a twin sharing room during the trek

You'll be accommodated in regularly cleaned rooms where you can expect thoroughly washed bed sheets and pillowcases. You'll get clean blankets and cozy spaces for overnight accommodations.

Please carry a sleeping bag for additional comfort while sleeping. Upon request, Adventure Nepal Eco Treks also provides sleeping bags for the clients joining fixed departure Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return in 2023.

Other services like Airlink and Everest link wifi, hot water shower, hot drinking water, and electricity to recharge power banks and mobile phones cost USD 5 at most. Since this is a luxury trek with helicopter return, we provide these services for free so that you can also benefit from these all-inclusive services at every tea house.

Meals

 Everest Base Camp Trek to Gorak Shep to Lukla or Kathmandu offers you the best meals at every tea house. As a trekker on this trek, you'll enjoy luxury meals till Gorak Shep.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner include Nepali and western cuisines. You can have toast, bread, omelet, honey & butter, porridge, oatmeals, muesli, chapati, beans, tea, coffee, hot milk, lemon ginger tea, and more items for breakfast.

For lunch and dinner, you can order dumplings, fried rice, noodles with tuna or omelet, pizza, burgers, sandwiches & fries, Dal Bhat with cooked vegetables, spaghetti, Tenduk, Thukpa, Steaks, and much more.

Trek difficulty

Everest Base Camp Trek and fly back by Helicopter from Gorak Shep is a moderate-grade trek. Some trekkers even find it easy to trek too. But, the only issue you'd have throughout this trek is high altitude.

Everest Base Camp Trekking is one of the most accessible treks, except for parts like Tengboche ascend, Thugla Pass, and from Lobuche to Gorak Shep on Khumbu Glacier moraines.

With our experienced guides and two acclimatization stops, you'll complete the hike to Gorak Shep with no issues. On top, you'll fly on a helicopter to Lukla or Kathmandu while returning. It gives you the most lavish return one could ask on Everest Trek.

Everest Base Camp Trek Physical fitness and Preparation

Everest Base Camp Trek is doable by experienced and novice trekkers. However, if this is your first trek on high-altitude terrain, you must at least prepare for this for a few months before the EBC Base Camp Trek starts.

Physical fitness is crucial to hike significantly for multiple hours and keeping pace with groups. Your fitness level determines the success of your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek.

Cardio, mini-marathons, short and long hikes, and high altitude simulator checks are a few of the best training for this trek. Running on the treadmill, swimming, and doing gym workouts also helps you gain physical fitness.The best physical shape, adequate preparations, and mentality make it easier for you to scale Everest Base Camp.

Everest Trek Permits

For a luxury trek to Everest Base Camp and Helicopter Return, you must have two Everest Trek Permits. One is Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit, and the second is Sagarmatha Conservation Area Permit.

These essential Everest Trek permits cost USD 50 together and are included in the Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return Package. Your trek guide verifies these two permits at two different trekker checkposts at Monjo and Lukla.

Trekker’s safety and security

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks commits 100% to our valued client's health, safety, and security throughout our every trekking in Nepal. High-altitude trekking is often associated with various risk factors.

Altitude sickness, minor injuries, fractures, food poisoning, and multiple factors may come up in some situations. Hence, to deal with such, we employ expert trekking guides with some high-altitude medicine and first aid knowledge.

You'll have a safe trek experience on the entire Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek. Your trekking gear and personal stuff will be 100% intact and secure with assistance from our trek porters.Also, you'll get immediate helicopter evacuation at lower altitudes or even to Kathmandu during medical emergencies and other situations.

Travel Insurance on Everest Base Camp  Trek

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks requests every client joining fixed departure Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return to purchase decent international travel insurance that covers your helicopter evacuation costs.

With travel insurance, you can worry less about the risks associated with hiking in the Everest region. And even if you fall sick during this trek, your insurance covers all the medical and hospital bills. And during the worst-case scenario, by any means, if you need a helicopter evacuation, with proof of travel insurance, a helicopter comes to pick you up right on time.

We only insure our trek guides and porters and not our clients. But upon request, we can also recommend some trusted travel insurance partners in Nepal. But we urge you to purchase one back home before flying to Nepal.

Trek guide’s and porter’s safety

We value our trek guides and porters, and hence, we commit 100% to their safety and security throughout our treks. We also provide industry standard salary, complements, health insurance, and other benefits.Our trek guides and porters do get helicopter rescue during emergencies.

Baggage and weight limits for airlines and porters

Since you'll take Kathmandu to Lukla or Ramechhap to Lukla to start the luxury Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek, you can only carry a backpack of up to 15 kg.

The airlines allow passengers to carry 5 kg in a handbag and 10 kilograms in a backpack or 15 kg in a single bag. However, if your baggage weight crosses the limit, you need to pay the fare for extra weight. The trek cost doesn't include your baggage cost for being overweight.

Once you purchase Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return from Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, you'll get one trek porter for free. A porter carries your backpack and trek gear so you can hike with only essential items in a tiny bag.

You can share a trekking porter with another trekker, and the combined weight you can assign to a porter is 25-30 kg. If your backpack weight exceeds the limit, you need to hire the trekking porter and pay USD 22- 25 daily, including the tip at the end.Hence, we recommend you pack only the essential gear for nine days of Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek.

Gears to pack

For nine days of Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek, you'll need decent trekking gear and gadgets. But you can still keep the backpack minimal by carrying only essentials.One down jacket, a few fleece layers, a few Windstopper, gloves, woolen hats, neck buffs, face masks, and a thermostat can be good upper body wear.

You can carry two to three quick-drying hiking pants, trousers, underwear, socks, boots, and knee-support sleeves for the lower body. A sleeping bag is a must for warm and cozy sleep, as tea houses only provide one blanket for one trekker.

You can carry gadgets like power banks, mobile phones, cameras, additional batteries, chargers, headlamps, swiss knives, a kindle, and some notebooks and pens.

Sunglass, face creams and lotions, sunscreen, lip balms, moisturizers, and body spray are enough to keep your skin sound. Also, toiletries and wet wipers can be handy during loose motions and even at tea houses at higher altitudes.With these gears, you can complete Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek comfortably.

Flight delays and transportation

For Everest Base Camp Trek  you'll take flights from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu. And on the 9th day, from Gorak Shep, you'll fly on a helicopter to Lukla or Kathmandu.

Since Lukla's weather can change with no notice, there's no certainty for flights on time. But, in Autumn and Spring, you can expect stable temperatures at Lukla airport. Except for a few days, you can expect on-time flights to Lukla and Kathmandu.

The helicopter flight from Gorak Shep takes off even with a slight change in weather. However, the temperature remains stable throughout the day in Spring and Autumn, which is also ideal for helicopter take off.

Upon arrival and departure, you'll get a complimentary airport-to-hotel and hotel-to-airport pickup and drop service from us.

Respect to Sherpa culture and biodiversity

Everest region is rich in Sherpa culture as well as biodiversity. And as a trekker, you must respect and value these treasures of the Everest region.

The Buddhist Mani Wheels, prayer flags, Sherpa lifestyles, traditions, and their attires keep you engaged. And while trekking, you'll hike through the lush subalpine vegetation, including hemlock, birch, juniper, pine, and rhododendron.

Also, you'll hike on the shore of Dudh Koshi or follow the trekking route along the river to Namche. All these elements make your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek serene and blessed.

Please pass a smile to the locals or even greet "Namaste" to them if you can. And in return, you'll also get a warmly welcoming gesture from these people.Don't tease wild animals and yaks while hiking. You may take photographs, but don't attempt to harm them.

Eco Trekking with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks

Our name indicates that we commit 100% to sustainable and eco-trekking in Nepal. Every trekking in Nepal has to be eco-friendly and do no harm to the environment and the local community. Our Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return impacts the environment and wild animals very little.

Instead of doing a two-way helicopter flight, we first hike up to the base camp and take the helicopter only during the return. In this way, there'll be less carbon emission from nature. While trekking for nine days, we'll also contribute some to local trek guides, porters, and tea houses that directly or indirectly give back to the community.

Weather, Temperature and Best time

Everest Base Camp Trek and flying back by Helicopter is ideal during Autumn and spring. This trek is also doable in winter if you can bear the cold at high altitudes.Not only for trekking but for the magical helicopter flyout experience from Gorak Shep, it also elevates during the crisp weather with ideal weather conditions.

The best time for Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return is the clear outlook, crystal clear viewing experience, rain-free days, vibrant landscapes, serene vegetation, and stable temperature and weather from March to May and September to November.

The temperature at the base camp during these months averages approximately 15 degrees during the daytime. And the temperature drops below freezing at nighttime at the base camp. Early Spring and late Autumn are pretty chilly, but the rest of the months remain warmer.

However, lower regions remain warmer during these months. Also, the wind speed during these months remains calmer and won't be that freezing during the hike.

Tip to Trek Guides and Porters

We encourage you to tip some money to our trek guides and porters at the end of the luxury Everest Base Camp Trek and fly back by helicopter. Once you reach Lukla with the trek crew, or if you pass on an aircraft before them, you must tip them some amount.

There's no standard amount you must tip to trek guides and porters, but almost every trekker practices the 10% tipping to trek crews. Please give a tip to our trek guides and porters at least 10% of the total Everest Base Camp Trek cost.

Trek guides and porters do their best to make your trip successful and bring you back safely to Lukla and Kathmandu. And they expect some tips from you as well. Your bonus motivates them further to keep up the excellent work in the Himalayas and guide the adventurous trekkers in the coming days.

Winter brings cold weather at higher elevations but is a great time to visit Nepal for crystal clear skies. Treks in the lower Himalayan foothills are perfect in winter, and so are the jungles of Chitwan and Bardia in the south of Nepal.


Spring is a popular time to go trekking in Nepal, as temperatures climb steadily and the weather tends to be more stable. Trails are more crowded, however, and the skies can be a bit hazy at times. Spring features great festivals, including Holi in March and Nepalese New Year in April.


Summer is the monsoon season and brings hot, humid weather, with most trekking areas seeing cloudy skies and rain. Choose a trek in the “rain shadow” of the Himalaya at this time of year, such as Tiji festival in Middle May to June Upper Mustang or Nar Phu. The Yarthung Horse Festival takes place in June in Manang.


Autumn is the most popular trekking season because the weather is usually stable, temperatures are moderate, and skies tend to be clear. Since the weather conditions are at their best, the crowds are at their peak as well! Autumn is the best trekking season and has the big festivals like Dashain festival is the national festival of Nepalese people and celebrate during ten days. And this festival falls on October and Tihar is the second national festival and celebrate during 5 days and falls on November

During the Everest base camp trek, you have a pretty wide selection of the food items on the tea houses menus which are originated and prepared by the local community, the names of the most common meals name given below.

Common Breakfast options - Tibetan Breads (a fried bread in oil, it’s also named by Gurung bread in Annapurna area), Chapati with Cheese (dry bread- a local wheat bread), Oatmeal, French toast with jam, honey and peanut butter, Corn Flakes, Hashed brown, fried, Scrambles and boiled eggs, pancakes, porridge with milk, Muesli, Vegetable items and any kind of hot drinks are available except espresso, Americano
Common Lunch options – different verity of Thukpa (noodle soup), Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal), Momo’s (dumplings), Tibetan / chapatti bread, Marconi, Spaghetti, Sherpa Stew, a verity of soups, steaks, potatoes items, Sandwiches, Pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, burgers and Pizza, yak steak and desserts items.
Common Dinner options- Momo’s (dumplings) different verity of Thukpa (noodle soup), Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal), Tibetan / chapatti bread, Marconi, Spaghetti, Sherpa Stew, a verity of soups, steaks, potatoes items, Sandwiches, Pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, Raman soups, burgers and Pizza, yak steak, desserts items, hot and cold drinks are available on the menus on tea house, the menu’s selected meals are fresh and healthy with hygienic specialists by the mountain for the mountain trekkers.On the tea houses, the menu has plenty of non-veg items are mentioned but officially any of the meats are not our list of recommendations because the meat in the mountain such as high areas is not sanitary and healthy. However, we would like to persuade you to avoid taking meat, Alcoholic drinks, and smoking.

Hot Drink options – Varieties of hot drinks like black, milk coffees, black, mint, ginger, Green, lemon honey teas, hot chocolates, hot mango juice, hot oranges juice, hot pineapple juice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head


Sun hat or scarf

 Winter hat or insulating hat or Wide-brimmed hat

  Headlight with extra batteries


Face

 Sunscreen

 Sunglass with UV protection

 Face/body wipes

Hands

 Lightweight gloves

Heavyweight winter gloves


Body

Hiking shirts

 Long-sleeved shirt

Hooded rain jacket

Fleece jacket

 Lightweight cotton pants

T-Shirt (bring Lightweight wool)

 Polypropylene underwear

 Down jacket (available for rent in Kathmandu)

 Sweater

 Waterproof jacket and pants


Footwear

Hiking Boots

 Thick wool socks (Take an extra pair of thick light socks)


Essential gear

Backpack or daypack (Size depends on whether you take porter or not).
 Thermal bottle

Water purification

Trekking pole

Sleeping bag (-15 bag is best in high altitude trekking)


Toiletries

 Medium size drying towel

Tooth brush

 Tooth paste

Deodorant floss

 Bio degradable bar soap

Nail clippers

Small mirror


Personal accessories

 Money

 Watch

 Cell phone

Camera


Extra items

First aid kit

Extra passport photos and passport photocopies

 Notebook and pen

 Binoculars.

Kathmandu to Ramechhap is a new popular among Everest region trekkers. Instead of a direct Kathmandu to Lukla flight, trekkers now have to take a flight from Manthali to Lukla. Due to CAAN’s change in flight policy, there are now almost no direct flights to Lukla, Nepal, from Kathmandu. So, if you’re planning for Everest Base Camp Trek in March 2023, you must take a road trip from Kathmandu to Ramechhap Manthali.

 

Send inquiry to Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, or contact by WhatsApp +977-9851082358 if you’re planning for Everest Base Camp Trek or any other Everest region treks in 2023. March, April and May are best visible peak trekking season in Nepal. Adventure Nepal Eco Treks is the best trekking company in Kathmandu Nepal offer Everest base camp kalapathar 5545m (region) trek at the most affordable rates. 

 

Moreover, some time possible to book direct flight ticket from Kathmandu Lukla, send us an email with the date of your preference. Also, we manage Kathmandu to Ramechhap transportation and back to Kathmandu from Ramechhap.

You arrived in Nepal late and missed the connecting flight to Ramechhap. Also, you don’t have time to take a tourist bus from Kathmandu to Ramechhap. In such a condition, you’ll have the option of taking Kathmandu to the Ramechhap Helicopter flight.

 

The helicopter flight to Manthali airport can cost you somewhere around per person USD 350. And after boarding, you’ll reach Manthali within 30 minutes and catch the flight to Lukla.Is it worth taking a helicopter from Kathmandu to Ramechhap and then taking a flight to Lukla? It’s a big NO.

One or two direct flights from Lukla to Kathmandu operate daily from Lukla airport. However, getting this flight is merely possible for most trekkers.If you can afford a helicopter, fly from Lukla to Kathmandu by helicopter.


If you have no choice, take the flight to Ramechhap from Lukla. From Ramechhap, you’ll get plenty of options to reach Kathmandu. You can fly to Kathmandu or drive to Kathmandu for five hours.


The flight costs USD 160, whereas the tourist bus to Kathmandu costs USD 10/15. Either way, you’ll reach Kathmandu by evening. You’ll save USD 130 for many beers in Kathmandu by taking a bus ride. Cheers! Private car/4x4 Jeeps also possible to have from Ramechhap or kathmandu to Ramechhap.

Everest Base Camp Trek Weather in June, July, and August in Nepal

June:

Weather Conditions: June marks the beginning of the monsoon season in Nepal. The Everest region experiences significant rainfall, making the trails wet and muddy.Temperature: Daytime temperatures at lower elevations range from 15°C to 20°C, while nighttime temperatures range from 5°C to 10°C. At higher elevations, daytime temperatures are around 0°C to 10°C, and nighttime temperatures can drop below freezing Conditions: The region sees heavy rainfall, especially in the lower elevations, leading to slippery trails and potential landslides. Clouds often obscure the mountain views, and there is a higher risk of flight delays and cancellations to and from Lukla due to poor weather conditions

July:

Weather Conditions: July is the peak of the monsoon season. The Everest region continues to experience heavy rainfall and high humidity.

Temperature: Daytime temperatures at lower elevations range from 15°C to 20°C, while nighttime temperatures range from 5°C to 10°C. Higher elevations remain cooler, with daytime temperatures around 0°C to 10°C and nighttime temperatures below freezing 

Conditions: The trails are very wet and muddy, with frequent rainfall causing potential landslides and flooding. The mountain views are often hidden by thick clouds and fog. Travel disruptions are common due to the weather, and there is a higher chance of encountering leeches in the lower, forested regions

August:

Weather Conditions: August is still within the monsoon season, but the rainfall begins to decrease towards the end of the month.

Temperature: Daytime temperatures at lower elevations range from 15°C to 20°C, while nighttime temperatures range from 5°C to 10°C. Higher elevations see daytime temperatures around 0°C to 10°C and nighttime temperatures below freezing 

Conditions: The trails remain wet and slippery, but conditions start to improve slightly as the month progresses. There is still a high risk of landslides and flight cancellations due to weather conditions. The views of the mountains continue to be frequently obscured by clouds and fog 

General Considerations for Monsoon Trekking

Trail Conditions: The trails during these months are challenging due to heavy rainfall, making them muddy and slippery. Landslides are a significant risk, and river crossings can be hazardous due to swollen rivers 

Packing Essentials: Essential gear includes:

Waterproof clothing and gear

Sturdy trekking boots with good grip

Trekking poles for stability

Anti-leech socks and insect repellent

Quick-drying clothing 

Safety and Preparation: Due to the increased risks during the

monsoon season, it is advisable to:

Trek with an experienced guide

Be flexible with your schedule to accommodate potential delays

Stay updated on weather forecasts and trail condition

Be prepared for flight cancellations and plan extra days into your itinerary 

Trekking to Everest Base Camp during June, July, and August is challenging due to the monsoon season. The region experiences heavy rainfall, making the trails wet and slippery with a high risk of landslides. The views are often obscured by clouds, and travel disruptions are common. Proper preparation, packing the right gear, and trekking with experienced guides are essential for a safe and enjoyable trek during these months.

The weather at Everest Base Camp during September, October, and November in Nepal varies as each month progresses, but generally, it's a good time for trekking. Here's a brief overview:

September:

Early September: Can still experience some monsoon rains, especially in the lower altitudes. However, the rain starts to taper off as the month progresses.

Temperatures: Mild during the day, but colder at higher elevations. Average daytime temperatures range from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F) at lower altitudes.

October:

Generally considered one of the best months for trekking to Everest Base Camp.

Clear skies and stable weather conditions.

Temperatures: Pleasant during the day, but cold at night and in the early mornings. Average daytime temperatures range from 5°C to 15°C (41°F to 59°F) at lower altitudes.

November:

Late October and November mark the end of the trekking peak season, but it's still a popular time to trek.

Clear skies are common, but temperatures start dropping significantly, especially towards the end of November.

Temperatures: Daytime temperatures can range from 5°C to 10°C (41°F to 50°F) at lower altitudes. Nights can be quite cold, with temperatures dropping below freezing, especially at higher elevations.

October is considered the best month for trekking to Everest Base Camp due to the stable weather conditions and clear skies. However, September and November can also offer rewarding trekking experiences, albeit with slightly different weather conditions. It's essential to be prepared for temperature variations and possible weather changes, especially as you ascend to higher altitudes.

Trip Reviews (50)

Had an incredible time with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks for our Everest Base Camp trek. The owner Devi was very quick to answer all our questions and respond to any of our doubts. Our guide Tilak was knowledgeable, caring and accommodating to all our needs and demands on our trek. He was also very fun and spontaneous and would do anything to liven the atmosphere and make our journey easier - dancing, singing and telling us fun stories. The hidden spots that Tilak brought us to were also very accessible and we admired the gorgeous views of Everest and the accompanying mountains including Ama Dablum. Our fears of any altitude sickness were also unfounded, tilak was very well prepared to ensure we weren’t dehydrated and kept us comfortable with extra blankets in the night.

Over the course of 12 days, we successfully completed the trek with Tilak’s help. We honestly couldn’t have done it without him and would greatly recommend him and the company’s assistance on realising our dream of reaching EBC. Even the climb down was very well taken care of and we felt very comfortable with the pace throughout. We were in very safe hands and I couldn’t be happier about my experience with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks. In Tilak’s words, “we are all adventurers”.

For those who wish to see how much fun EBC was with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, you could visit my Instagram account at @Teamohwander

Awe-inspiring and Comfortable Trek to EBC

15th Mar, 2022


This was my husbands and I am second time trekking in Nepal with Kumar and Adventure Nepal Eco Trekking tours and we had an amazing time again!

Our trip would not have been as amazing without the company and guidance of our guide Kumar - he was patient, knowledgeable and spoke very good English. He briefed us every evening and morning on the day’s agenda and expectations and made every effort to make sure we were safe and comfortable at all times! Compared to the other guides we saw on the trek, Kumar went above and beyond and provided excellent service! We tried to do (and accomplished) the impossible - EBC in 9 days as opposed to the typical 12 with acclimatization! Kumar came along for the ride and made sure we paced ourselves well!

We will definitely be back in Nepal and would recommend Kumar and the tour company to anybody who is looking to visit Nepal and trek! Also Nepal Government going to celebrating the visit 2020 from first January 2020 to whole year.

Wonderful time with fantastic and funny Guide Kumar!!!

15th Mar, 2022


Last month we came to visit Nepal and we went to Everest Base Camp trek with Mr. Tilak Shrastha. We had wonderful time in Nepal with ANET team from Arrival to Departure.

We been trekking from Kathmandu to Lukla Summit air flight and trekking to Everest base camp and great sunrise view point kalapathar. Wow! My goodness view from on top of kalapathar early morning incredible that were our dreamed since 5 years.  Trekking was me and my wife. Thanks Tilak, strong porter. Som and Adventure Nepal Eco Trek company owner Mr. Devi Baral. Last day we had food with Devi Baral Home with his family. Lovely Nepali. People. Great hospitality and amazing trekking crew.!!!

Life time Memory with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks.

15th Mar, 2022


My son and I just returned from the trek to EBC and without doubt a real test on one's endurance and strength. It was a absolute pleasure dealing with Devi Baral and everything was arranged online without any fuss and enjoyed the fact Devi Baral himself was at the airport to pick us up.

Thanks Ramesh Bhatta who is a very informative and helpful guide the trek was an amazing experience.Ramesh Bhatta's knowledge of the trails,the teahouse and even the right diet helped us a great deal on the trek.

Thank you to Make Raj our excellent porter who I think beyond his job by assisting when the going got tough.hank you guys and I hope to be able to arrange another trek with you someday.Sagan and DevanMy son and I just returned from the trek to EBC and without doubt a real test on one's endurance and strength. It was a absolute pleasure dealing with Devi Baral and everything was arranged online without any fuss and enjoyed the fact Devi Baral himself was at the airport to pick us up.

Thanks Ramesh Bhatta who is a very informative and helpful guide the trek was an amazing experience.Ramesh Bhatta's knowledge of the trails,the tea house and even the right diet helped us a great deal on the trek.

Thank you to Make Raj our excellent porter who I think beyond his job by assisting when the going got tough.Thank you guys and I hope to be able to arrange another trek with you someday.Sagan and Devan

Amazing trekking we had in Nepal!!!

15th Mar, 2022


This was my husbands and I am second time trekking in Nepal with Ramesh and Adventure Nepal Eco Treks Adventure tours and we had an amazing time again!

Our trip would not have been as amazing without the company and guidance of our guide Ramesh - he was patient, knowledgable and spoke very good English. He briefed us every evening and morning on the days agenda and expectations and made every effort to make sure we were safe and comfortable at all times! Compared to the other guides we saw on the trek, Ramesh went above and beyond and provided excellent service! We tried to do (and accomplished) the impossible - EBC in 9 days as opposed to the typical 12 with acclimatization! Ramesh came along for the ride and made sure we paced ourselves well!

We will definitely be back in Nepal and would recommend Ramesh and the tour company to anybody who is looking to visit Nepal and trek!

Everest Base Camp Trek with Guide Ramesh

15th Mar, 2022


My son and I were on a trip organized and managed by Devi. He quickly became a trusted, friendly face and a welcome sight. He was always punctual when meeting us whether it was picking us up from the airport to checking up on us. Each trip we went on, whether it was in Kathmandu, the mountains or the jungle, we were always in good hands (when we needed to be). He is very dedicated to good service. When our flight could not make it to Lukla airport to start our Everest Trek, he did not miss a beat and found us alternative options which we were very happy with.

For the Annapurna Mountain trek our guide was Kumar and our porter was Ramesh. Kumar is an excellent guide. He is friendly, knowledgeable and experienced. He saved me from slipping on rocks on multiple occasions. He showed us trek traditions, taught us some of the language, but most importantly kept the entire trek at a great pace. The trek takes considerable endurance which we could see varies from group to group, in this aspect, Kumar tailored the trek to us. Ramesh, our porter was also a very important part of our experience. His strength is incredible and he marched on, with our very large duffle bag, for 12 days with a genuine smile on his face. Both Kumar and Ramesh opened up about their family, their culture and answered all of our questions.

For our trip to Chitwan National Park, Devi organized reliable transportation and services. On our last day he took us to a very lovely in the city.

We were very satisfied and happy with our experience.

Very well taken care of 2019 May

15th Mar, 2022


I and my eldest son fulfilled a lifetime ambition by trekking to Mount Everest in April 2019.After a lot of research we signed up with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and were not disappointed. The company is owned by Devi Baral and from our first contact until the end of our trip our experience was fantastic. Everything was taken care of for us with the minimum of fuss and any query was sorted out quickly and efficiently. Devi had just opened a small hotel in Thamel Kathmandu to facilitate his clients. The hotel was very clean with great food and good showers (a necessary luxury) and very central to all Kathmandu Attractions. Night or day Devi was on hand to help us and even came with me to a cash point that had kept my card. He rang a few numbers, got cross and within an hour i had my card returned. I will review our trip in a further review but I can easily recommend Adventure Nepal Eco Treks to all. We intend to return to this beautiful country again as a way of helping them rebuild after the Earthquake Tragedy I will definitely use Devi and his company and advise anyone thinking of trekking in Nepal to do the same. We were in Nepal from the 3rd - 21st April 2019.

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks 2019 April

15th Mar, 2022


My father and I competed the Everest Base Camp trek last year; we came across Adventure Nepal Eco Treks after doing some research online and were not disappointed. From we arrived in Kathmandu the company was highly professional and attentive. Devi runs a great business. Our guide, Ramesh was excellent. His knowledge of the landscape and his ability to effortlessly assess situations and capabilities helped everything to run smoothly. Ramesh is exceptionally skilled and a genuinely great guy and the same can be said of our porter Chandra. They were a pleasure to spend time with we have remained in contact for the past year getting regular updates about treks and happenings in Nepal. My father and I agree that the trip could not have been any better and we definitely made the correct decision to travel with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks.

Incredible Experience 2019

15th Mar, 2022


This was my husbands and I’s second time trekking in Nepal with Ramesh and Nepal Eco Trekking Adventure tours and we had an amazing time again!

Our trip would not have been as amazing without the company and guidance of our guide Ramesh - he was patient, knowledgable and spoke very good English. He briefed us every evening and morning on the days agenda and expectations and made every effort to make sure we were safe and comfortable at all times! Compared to the other guides we saw on the trek, Ramesh went above and beyond and provided excellent service! We tried to do (and accomplished) the impossible - EBC in 9 days as opposed to the typical 12 with acclimatisation! Ramesh came along for the ride and made sure we paced ourselves well!

We will definitely be back in Nepal and would recommend Ramesh and the tour company to anybody who is looking to visit Nepal and trek!

Everest Base Camp Trek with Guide Ramesh

15th Mar, 2022


We did the Everest Base camp trek arranged by Devi Baral of Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and had a fantastic experience. The price came in several hundred euros better than any other operator we researched and was truly authentic experience.

We traveled as a couple and had our own guide, Kumar, and our porter, Sheer, who provided us with hours of fun, information and entertainment. Kumar couldn't do enough for us. He spoke English and Spanish fluently, and taught us plenty of Nepali words along the way too. A language course and trek together!

Devi met us at the airport on the way over and was there for us every time we had to move from A to B. He even took us out for a complementary meal on our last evening and asked us for feedback on the whole experience. We would highly recommend Adventure Nepal Eco Treks to anyone thinking of Trekking in Nepal.

Fantastic trip and great value too!

15th Mar, 2022


My son and I were on a trip organized and managed by Devi Baral. He quickly became a trusted, friendly face and a welcome sight. He was always punctual when meeting us whether it was picking us up from the airport to checking up on us. Each trip we went on, whether it was in Kathmandu, the mountains or the jungle, we were always in good hands (when we needed to be). He is very dedicated to good service. When our flight could not make it to Lukla airport to start our Everest Trek, he did not miss a beat and found us alternative options which we were very happy with.

For the Annapurna Mountain trek our guide was Kumar and our porter was Ramesh. Kumar is an excellent guide. He is friendly, knowledgeable and experienced. He saved me from slipping on rocks on multiple occasions. He showed us trek traditions, taught us some of the language, but most importantly kept the entire trek at a great pace. The trek takes considerable endurance which we could see varies from group to group, in this aspect, Kumar tailored the trek to us. Ramesh, our porter was also a very important part of our experience. His strength is incredible and he marched on, with our very large duffle bag, for 12 days with a genuine smile on his face. Both Kumar and Ramesh opened up about their family, their culture and answered all of our questions.

For our trip to Chitwan National Park, Devi organized reliable transportation and services. On our last day he took us to a very lovely in the city.

We were very satisfied and happy with our experience.

Vicktoria Danilova

Madison, WI, USA

Very well taken care of

15th Mar, 2022


Me and my friend went on a trekking to the Everest Base Camp and Kala Pattar. Both the trekking itself and the organization very absolutely top class. We enjoyed so much the amazing views and the company, help and knowledge of our guide Kishor and porter Sher. If you plan on seeing anything in Nepal, I'm sure Devi and his company will make it unforgettable.

Fantastic experience

15th Mar, 2022


I was the organizer for a small group who spent 17 days trekking to Everest Base Camp and Goyko Lakes. Communications in the organization of the trek could not be faulted and all questions were answered quickly. I was met on arrival at the airport and when in Kathmandu we stayed in the hotel I had chosen and the next day flew to Lukla and began the trek. Our Guide Kumar was excellent and very knowledgeable - it would be difficult to fault his role. Our porters were characters in their own rights and enabled the group; to split on a couple of occasions when it became necessary. The Tea Houses we stayed in were OK as was the food. Nothing was too much trouble for our crew and we were looked after very well.

February Trek to Everest Base Camp and Beyond

15th Mar, 2022


My friend and I came to Kathmandu without contacting any tour guide/operator before hand. Our trip started with getting bumped off our flight to Kathmandu because of the fuel situation at KTM. We showed up at the hotel around 1am without our trekking luggage (shoes, sleeping bag, water bottles, etc.). On top of that, I lost my wallet at the cab while looking for the hotel in Thamel. we had planned 12 days for Khumbu region, but due to the delay of arrival, we had only 11 days and we didn't even have a tour guide. The front desk suggested me to talk with the owner of the hotel about my lost wallet in the morning.

In the morning, I woke up early and worried about the whole situation. I went downstairs and saw a gentleman in suit. I figured he must be the owner. He introduced himself as Devi. I spoke to him about my situation. He made some suggestion about filing a report with the police. Then I asked: " Do you know any trekking company that you would recommend?" He said with a smile: " I do. I own a trekking company. We have good reviews on tripadvisor. We have done many tours." I was skeptical but asked a few questions about cost of guide, porter etc. It sounded like what we had researched. So I spoke with my friend and went to Devi's office together.

Due to the reason mentioned above, we could not do a full guided tour. So Devi worked with our budget and time, helped us to work out an itinerary. The whole process took less than half an hour. Devi was a smart business man, but also a fair one. By 10:30, We came to terms and decided to fly up to Lukla the next day despite the fact that we didn't even have our trekking gear.

After our friend put down a small deposit, we decided to walk around Kathmandu a bit. Devi told us that we would meet our guide in a few hours. We talked about backup plan such as renting gears (shoes, sleeping bags, down jackets etc). Devi took us to the store. We tried out a few things then left to walk around. Later we decided to try our luck and went to the airport to look for our luggage. Fortunately, our duffle bag showed up at the conveyor belt shortly after we got to the baggage claim area. We were in business. We took the cab back to the hotel with lighter mood. Finally things started to work in our favor.

Back to the hotel, we met our guide Arjun then we all went to Devi's office to finalize the trip arrangement, flight to Lukla, payment and discussion of itinerary. Then I mentioned about my lost wallet and my attempt to find the tourist police office in Thamel/Kathmandu. Arjun decided to take me to the tourist police himself. It was the beginning of an important holiday in Nepal. So we went to two local tourist police offices, both were closed. Arjun took me to the headquarter by foot. We walked about half an hour and got to the tourist police headquarter. (I could have never found it by myself) He helped me to explain my situation to the police on duty who did out speak much English, went out to make copy of my passport, which I would not have known where and how and got a receipt for my report and explained to me about the process at the mean time. We returned to the hotel an hour later. (He even paid for my bus fare on our way back).

The next day, we woke up at 5am and got to the airport. Arjun arranged everything and we arrived at Lukla without much events.

The trek started fine and went well till the sixth day, at Dingboche. My friend got ill and could not go further. We decided that he walked down with the porter, and I went on with our guide Arjun. We packed both of our stuffs into one backpack and Arjun said to me: " You don't have to carry anything. Give me your camera bag too." I felt bad that he carried everything and tried to take some share. He was determined to carry the load all by himself so I could walk better. We went on to Lobuche on the sixth day, and went to Gorkasep and went up to Kala Patther to have a view at Mt. , fulfilled the dream that I had 15 years ago (checked that off the top of my bucket list) and returned to Lobuche. The eighth day was my friend's birthday. He was back at Namche. I wanted to celebrate his birthday with him. So we started early from Lobuche. I was tired and walked slower. At Periche, Arjun got me a trekking pole to help me walking.

After Tengboche, I was out of gas and walked very slow. I had a bad left ankle and not surprisingly it swelled up. Every step down the rocky stony steps was a challenge. On top of that, I have acrophobia, since I was a little kid. So walking next to the edge of the mountain 3800m high was not the more pleasant experience. Somehow, we made it back to Namche around 7pm at night., while Arjun carried all the load the whole trip. I was just walking with trekking pole, carrying nothing Arjun had to hold my hand while walking down the steep Namche steps. We celebrated my friend's birthday with a chocolate cake and Arjun and the hotel owner gave him birthday gifts. I wouldn't have made it without the encouragement and assistance of Arjun. I could barely move by the time I reached the hotel.

My friend wanted to go for Lukla the next day and left one day ahead of our schedule. I could understand his situation (being trapped at Namche for three days). So I didn't debate and agreed to leave the next morning, hoping that my legs would recover with one night rest and some ointment applied on my ankle. And I also had a small blister on my right toe.

On the ninth day, we trekked down from Namche to Lukla. It was supposed to be a short trip, 6 hours tops.... but it took us almost 10 hours, because me. I could barely move. Despite the fact that Arjun carried my backpack, my water bottles, my camera and camera bag with two additional lenses, I was dragging my feet. My friend took off shortly after we left Namche. I was using two trekking pole to support and help to walk. Most of the time, while walking down on stone steps, Arjun had to hold my left hand while holding one of my trekking pole, we talked together one step down at a time. At many points on the way, I said to myself: " first kit, I am not going to walk any more. I am going to stay here."

About an hour out of Lukla, it started drizzling, and got dark. Arjun lent me his knockoff head lamp which only illuminated about three feet ahead. The road got slippery and was harder for me because now it was uphill climb. I slipped and fell on my butt a few times. Arjun was there, helped me up, led me on. And I had made it back to Lukla after 10 to 11 hour walking...

I had never expected so much hurdles and difficulties. Somehow, I had done it, a trek that normally takes 12 days, in 9 days. I don't think I could have done it without my guide Arjun. I am glad that I had stayed at Hotel Holiday House, where I had met Devi, who had hired Arjun who had helped me tremendously in realizing my dream of seeing Mt. Everest.

If you are reading this while looking for tour operator in Kathmandu, get Devi Baral You will be in good hands.

Namaste.

 

A bad situation turned into a great experience, all because of picking the right tour operator

15th Mar, 2022


Myself and my eldest son fulfilled a lifetime ambition by trekking to Mount Everest in April 2015.After a lot of research we signed up with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and were not disappointed.The company is owned by Devi Baral and from our first contact until the end of our trip our experience was fantastic.Everything was taken care of for us with the minimum of fuss and any query was sorted out quickly and efficiently. Devi had just opened a small hotel in Thamel Kathmandu to facilitate his clients. The hotel was very clean with great food and good showers (a necessary luxury) and very central to all Kathmandu Attractions. Night or day Devi was on hand to help us and even came with me to a cash point that had kept my card. He rang a few numbers,got cross and within an hour i had my card returned. I will review our trip in a further review but i can easily recommend Adventure Nepal Eco Treks to all. We intend to return to this beautiful country again as a way of helping them rebuild after the Earthquake Tragedy. I will definitely use Devi and his company and i advise anyone thinking of trekking in Nepal to do the same. We were in Nepal from the 3rd - 21st April 2015.

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks 2015 May

15th Mar, 2022


I and my husband did a hiking trip from Everest base camp trek in September 2016. It was very easy to book 12 days Everest base camp trek. We had great views of Everest from Namche bazaar and upper part of the walking trail.   The tea house was very simple but neat and clean.  A good driver with a modern car took us from Kathmandu airport to hotel and after Everest base camp trek went to Nagarkot over night there because getting relax after trek. Our guide Arjun was a perfectly professional and friendly guide who not only guided us from Everest base camp trek to Nagarkot but also knew a lot of things about the way of life in the area, agriculture, culture etc. With all this knowledge, his positive attitude and a very good level of English we definitely got the best out of this trip. We strongly recommend Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and especially this perfect guide Arjun for anyone who wants to do a short (or longer) hiking trip in Nepal!

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An amazing experience with a professional guide

15th Mar, 2022


My father and I competed the Everest Base Camp trek last year, we came across Adventure Nepal Eco Treks after doing some research online and were not disappointed. From we arrived in Kathmandu the company was highly professional and attentive. Devi runs a great business. Our guide, Arjun, was excellent. His knowledge of the landscape and his ability to effortlessly assess situations and capabilities helped everything to run smoothly. Arjun is exceptionally skilled and a genuinely great guy and the same can be said of our porter Chandra. They were a pleasure to spend time with we have remained in contact for the past year getting regular updates about treks and happenings in Nepal. My father and I agree that the trip could not have been any better and we definitely made the correct decision to travel with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks.

 

Incredible Experience

15th Mar, 2022


I went with a group of 6 experienced hikers but inexperienced at high altitudes and we were eager but aware of the potential risks. Fortunately our guide Kuma Khadka, who was assigned us through Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, was a fantastic addition to our group. Kumar, our guide, was experienced, thoughtful, and extremely flexible to provide us a safe and exciting trek. We went on the Everest Base Camp and Cho La Pass trek and had an amazing time. Hiking through the Himalayans was a once in a life time adventure, and this company, and especially our guide Kuma Khadka, made it a unforgettable experience that I would love to go again.

So let me break it down how awesome Kuma and Co. is... he made sure every night after dinner we had fresh apples and pears to eat(which makes an amazing dessert when eating trekking food.) It was my 28th birthday while we were trekking and Kuma went out of his way to have a cake made as a total surprise it was fantastic(especially given the fact it was at 16,500 feet). He bought fresh cucumbers and cabbage and made us fresh cucumber salad, I could go on and on...

We were a group that ages ranged from 55-24 and Kuma monitored each person's health and welfare as needed. As other people were sick from altitude exposure, Kuma kept our group healthy energized by knowing how to expose and adjust us to the harsh landscape of the Himalayans.

I honestly cannot say enough about what a fantastic job Kuma Khadka did for our trek. Adventure Nepal Eco Treks did a great job at getting us through Katmandu and into the mountains. Rides were organized to and from the airport, breakfast provided and delicious, and the hotel was fantastic.

If you are thinking of making a trip to the Himalayans for some trekking, you will not regret using this company, and especially Kuma Khadka as a guide. Every person in my group would vouch for them, 100% satisfied.

 

Everest Base Camp and Cho La Pass Trek

15th Mar, 2022


If you are searching for a tour company in Nepal, your search can stop here! My wife and I visited in February of 2017 and completed the Everest View Trek. Devi was amazing to work with......he was patient, responsive, and incredibly helpful for over 2 years as we communicated back and forth to plan our adventure. The trip was planned out flawlessly. From the pick up at the airport to the trek itself.....everything was taken care of and went very smoothly. Devi's hotel is very nice and is in the heart of Thamel. Thamel is a great place to be with plenty of shops, dining, and sight seeing....most everything is in walking distance! Devi was very welcoming and was there throughout our stay to help with anything that was needed.

Our Everest view trek lasted 6 amazing days and was an adventure of a lifetime. Our guide, Kumar Khadka, was the best guide we could have possibly had. He made the trip even more special then it already was. Our trip started with a flight into Lukla on Goma Air. Devi, booked us on Goma Air which was an excellent choice in airline. For those of you that are nervous about the flight into Lukla, Goma air has new airplanes. We were very thankful that Devi used Goma air....especially when we saw some of the other airlines planes. (this alone would be a compelling reason to go with Nepal Eco Trekking) We felt completely safe during our flights!!!!! Also, do not hesitate to visit Nepal in February. It got a little chilly at night, but during the day we were in t-shirts. There are barely any crowds in February, which meant the flights weren't over booked, we had tea houses to ourselves, and the trails were empty. We had the whole park to ourselves. The skies were blue and we had mind numbing views of the Himalaya.

Kumar was AMAZING through out our trip. We had a ton of fun getting to know Kumar and he was very attentive throughout our entire trip. He showed us the sights, taught us some Nepali, and was always making sure we were comfortable. We saw other trekkers that had "guides" that would basically disappear once they reached their destination for the day. Kumar was attentive to us from the moment we got up to when we turned in for the night. The tea houses that we stayed in were all very nice. There are many teahouses along the trek, but I felt that we always stayed at the nicest ones. Also, Kumar's itinerary for the trek was great! Rather then stay in Phakding for the first night of the trek, we continued on to Benkar....which made the next day quite easier AND Benkar has beautiful views of the Mountains and River....which you don't have in Phakding. The trekking had a lot of ups and downs....but with focus and a good pace, the hiking was always enjoyable and never became strenuous.

Our porter, Mingma Sherpa was also great. Thank you Mingma for helping us with our trek!!! Mingma and Kumar worked together to make sure we had anything we needed in the tea houses and on the trek. They were a great team!

This was a trip of a lifetime that was made even more amazing by an incredible company, guide, and porter. There are thousands of guide companies in Nepal....If you are searching for a tour company.....your best choice will be to use Adventure Nepal Eco Treks (Devi Baral) and Kumar!

 

Amazing Adventure with the Best Tour Company and Guide

15th Mar, 2022


For 1st timer trekking in Nepal we are very lucky to have a good experienced and responsible tour guide (Mr Ramesh). He always help me to carry my backpack cause he knows I am very slow and patiently waiting for me. He keep motivate me by saying 'AH MA You CAN DO IT'

Agency also play a very important role - Adventure Nepal Eco Treks - Mr Devi, who give us a lot of informations and advices.

We had 2 good porter (AmKumar and Lakpa) whom always company us even when we doing our acclimatisation.

We definitely we plan another trip with them.

 

Everest base camp Incredible

15th Mar, 2022


I had a truly unforgettable experience trekking to EBC with Nepal Eco Treks. As I was a beginner trekker and also going solo from the UK, I was initially quite nervous! I had learnt about the company via tripadvisor and was not disappointed. It was very easy to contact Mr Devi (the boss) to organise/enquire about the trip via e-mail or whatsapp. Mr Devi always replied promptly and was very helpful.

On arrival in Kathmandu, I was picked up by Ramesh, our patient, kind and funny guide and taken to the hotel. The next day I met with two other ladies from Malaysia who also had the same itinerary as myself and flew into Lukla! The whole trip was very well organised as Ramesh and our two strong and friendly porters (Lukpa and Amkumar) supported all three of us in our journey.

I would definitely recommend this company and will be using this company again on my next trip to Nepal!

 

Amazing experience - Everest Base Camp

15th Mar, 2022


Devi Baral arranged all of the logistics for us, very painlessly and our allocated guide was Kumar. We struck gold on that score!

From start to finish Kumar made sure that we had the best experience possible. His friendly personality and great sense of humour ensured that we were all in high spirits throughout our trek to Kalar Pathar Everest base camp and High pass trek. He consistently assessed our pace and acclimatization and was able to adjust our itinerary accordingly, we were a quicker than average so put in some epic days!

I would highly recommend booking a trek with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and if you can, request Kumar. You won't regret it.

 

Kumar is the man! Everest Bc and High pass Trek

15th Mar, 2022


The team at Nepal Eco Treks were the absolute best (Devi the tour manager, Kumar the guide). My sister used this company a few years prior I can can they still have the same professionalism. I went with a good mate and we also had a fantastic porter.

From day one on the trek, Kumar made sure that everything was catered for to ensure our experiences were enjoyable. We even had others commenting and wishing that their guide was as good as Kumar.

Even though plans changed due to weather, Devi and Kumar both took this in their stride and made the changes in a quick, prompt and professional manner.

Kumar and Devis knowledge of English is worldclass which means there isn't anything lost in translation.

These guys made the trip to ensure it was; as comfortable as possible, as friendly as possible and that we enjoyed ourselves which we did.

Take note: If you're quick like us, take some cards as Kumar is really enjoyable to play with.

 

EBC Walk - Supported by the best team

15th Mar, 2022


Absolutely amazing trip to Everest base camp trek. The people, views, food and countryside was spectacular. Our guide, Kumar, was the most host helpful and fun guide you could hope for. Would go back again in a heartbeat. Adventure Nepal Eco Trek company I choose with more then 10 because quickly reply on detail and all my question answer me so fast.

 

Everest Base Camp life time memory

15th Mar, 2022


I finished EBC trek last month and just got time to review. I went trekking with Devi's company twice. first my ABC trek, with our guide Tilak, he is very very helpful and fun to be with. so my 2nd trek to Everest Base camp, I requested Tilak as our guide again. this time i had an high altitude sickness on the way down from Preriche, Tilak carried me down til i got to the lodge. He managed everything for us til i got to Ktm. Every time we got da problem Tilak always say " no worries I am here i will help you with everything" I am very impressed. he is the most helpful person i ever met. I will definitely be back to Nepal to do another trek. Thanks Devi to send the best guide ever for my trip

 

Everest Best Camp Trek with Tilak (The best guide ever) 2018

15th Mar, 2022


My girlfriend and I had a great trip to Everest Base Camp with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks. Devi is very knowledgeable and makes good recommendations on itinerary, and Tilak is an outstanding guide. We had a great time and would highly recommend to anyone looking for a good trekking experience.

 

Everest Base Camp Trek 2018 march

15th Mar, 2022


My son and I just returned from the trek to EBC and without doubt a real test on one's endurance and strength. It was a absolute pleasure dealing with Devi Baral and everything was arranged online without any fuss and enjoyed the fact Devi Baral himself was at the airport to pick us up.

Thanks Ramesh Bhatta who is a very informative and helpful guide the trek was an amazing experience.Ramesh Bhatta's knowledge of the trails,the teahouse and even the right diet helped us a great deal on the trek.

Thank you to Make Raj our excellent porter who I think beyond his job by assisting when the going got tough.

Thank you guys and I hope to be able to arrange another trek with you someday.

Sagan and Devan

 

EBC trek 2018

15th Mar, 2022


My son and I just returned from the trek to EBC and without doubt a real test on one's endurance and strength. It was a absolute pleasure dealing with Devi Baral and everything was arranged online without any fuss and enjoyed the fact Devi Baral himself was at the airport to pick us up.

Thanks Ramesh Bhatta who is a very informative and helpful guide the trek was an amazing experience.Ramesh Bhatta's knowledge of the trails,the teahouse and even the right diet helped us a great deal on the trek.

Thank you to Make Raj our excellent porter who I think beyond his job by assisting when the going got tough.

Thank you guys and I hope to be able to arrange another trek with you someday.

Sagan and Devan

 

EBC trek 2018

15th Mar, 2022


Devi arranged all of the logistics for us, very painlessly and our allocated guide was Kumar. We struck gold on that score! young and dynamic team working together!! guide and porter are very kind. while we  were and mountain every steps they helped us. thanks Adventure Nepal Eco Treks  and your  fantastic trekking crews. near future we will come and again use your service.

 

Kumar is the man! 2017 EBC

15th Mar, 2022


This was a good choice as Devi responded quickly with excellent detailed answers to all our questions. Then from arrival our guide Kumar and Devi were brilliant. Taxis and travel were all organised well, help with renting equipment etc. From then on we were spoilt by our guide Kumar and Som our porter, both went above and beyond as it was the off season. They cooked washed veg and made us feel so safe and well looked after.

Overall without going into huge detail. The company was great the Guide and Porter were way better than we ever could have imagined.

Thanks Devi, Kumar and Som

 

Really well organised. Thanks Devi and Kumar 2017!

15th Mar, 2022


The team at Nepal Eco Treks were the absolute best (Devi the tour manager, Kumar the guide). My sister used this company a few years prior I can can they still have the same professionalism. I went with a good mate and we also had a fantastic porter.

 

Everest Base Camp Walk - Supported by the best team

15th Mar, 2022


Absolutely amazing trip to Everest Base Camp Trek. The people, views, food and countryside was spectacular. Our guide, Kumar, was the most host helpful and fun guide you could hope for. Would go back again in a heartbeat.

 

Everest Base Camp Trekking 2017 October

15th Mar, 2022


I finished EBC trek last month and just got time to review. I went trekking with Devi's company twice. first my ABC trek, with our guide Tilak, he is very very helpful and fun to be with.

 

Everest Best Camp Trek with Tilak (The best guide ever)

15th Mar, 2022


This trek was truly a life changing experience - right from the start until the very end. Throughout the trip Devi at Adventure Nepal Eco Treks provided us with a first class service which really did make the difference. We (x2) arrived in Kathmandu without a trek booked as the trip was a last minute decision and we felt better deals could be found if we arranged ourselves. However, once in Kathmandu it becomes difficult to distinguish between the good and bad amongst the many operators touting for business.

In the end I opted to go and see three different companies based upon their reviews and suitably for a flexible trip (we had planned to do both circuit 1 and 2). Of the three I can definitely say that the honest and truthful approach provided by Devi made all the difference - he actually advised us against doing the 2nd circuit as it had changed so much...we should have listened to him! He also had lots of other useful information and above all I found him very genuine, which cannot be said for others.

We agreed a fair price for a guide and porter and enjoyed a memorable trek that we were able to undertake at our own pace, which was important to us as first time trekkers. We initially paid for 21 days to do the full circuit but with aching limbs and a face full of car fumes on the 2nd part, we soon decided to cut it short. Devi completely understood and agreed to give us a refund for the days we didn't use. This was really exceptional service and I do not believe any other operator would have done this.

I should also point out that we both fell sick before starting the trek and Devi allowed us to delay starting until we were 100% better, again with no cost.

Overall, I would recommend anybody to do this trek as the experience is unforgettable! With Devi on your side you are able to tailor your requirements to suit needs!

Fantastic!

 

“Amazing Trek to Annapurna Base Camp”

15th Mar, 2022


I went with a group of 6 experienced hikers but inexperienced at high altitudes and we were eager but aware of the potential risks. Fortunately our guide Kumar Khadka, who was assigned us through Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, was a fantastic addition to our group. Kumar, our guide, was experienced, thoughtful, and extremely flexible to provide us a safe and exciting trek.

 

“Everest Base Camp and Cho La Pass Trek” 2016 October

15th Mar, 2022


Myself and my eldest son fulfilled a lifetime ambition by trekking to Mount Everest in April 2016.After a lot of research we signed up with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and were not disappointed.The company is owned by Devi Baral and from our first contact until the end of our trip our experience was fantastic

 

“Adventure Nepal Eco Treks” 2016

15th Mar, 2022


Devi Baral is a consummate professional guide. His knowledge of Nepal and the Himalaya runs deep. He cares for, and empathizes with his clients so thoroughly, and yet almost effortlessly. He is intelligent, and always willing to share his knowledge with a smile. I can easily say that Devi is one of the best in the business; We are so fortunate to have met and traveled with Devi Baral.

Sincerely,
Dick Cates
Richard L. Cates,Jr.,Ph.D.
Director, CIAS WI School for Beginning Dairy & Livestock Farmers and CALS Grazing Systems Programming
1535 Observatory Dr., UW-Madison
Madison, WI 53706
(608) 588- 2836 

Everest Base Camp Trek

15th Mar, 2022


I was the organizer for a small group who spent 17 days trekking to Everest Base Camp and Goyko Lakes. Communications in the organization of the trek could not be faulted and all questions were answered quickly

 

“February Trek to Everest Base Camp and Beyond”

15th Mar, 2022


Pues yo lleguea Katmandu y al segundo dia conoci a Devi  Baral por que sabia espanol y yo no se apenas ingles y buscaba algo asi.despues de hablar con unas cuantas agencias de trekking fue el ,el que mejor precio me hizo,y aparte de todo eso el guia kumar  esta aprendiendo espanol y me decante por el.un chico muy majo y nos hemos entendido fenomenal muy atento en todo,nos hemos reido un monton y me llevo aparte del campamento base everest,un gran amigo.si alguien tiene alguna duda que se ponga en contacto conmigo y respondere gustosamente,yo soy de bilbao y mi email es:iban-morales@hotmail.com

Os lo recomiendo ademas esta abriendo una agencia en Valencia.

Campamento base Everest

15th Mar, 2022


Thanks Mr. Devi Baral!!!!!

From day one (from booking Trekking) until my departure to Malaysia Everything was perfect. Accommodations in Kathmandu  was so  good , The trekking guide was excellent. Smiling all the time and like to walk side y side all the way to Everest Base Camp and back did everything for me. I was really appreciated with my guide. I would sure to recommend Adventure Nepal Eco Trekking company to everybody. So easy to deal with overall. I did this trek from Kathmandu to kathmandu within 11days, so I feel tired  but trekking was so beautiful!!!!!

Thank very much!!!!!

Bhagwan Singha (Malayasia)

Kuala Lumpur  Victor Company (Tour guide)

16th April2011 to 26th April 2011(EBC Trek)

15th Mar, 2022


Conocimos la agencia de Devi, despues de buscar infinitas opciones para viajar por Tibet.Despues de muchas vueltas, decidimos elegir Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, por razones de precio, idioma y especialmente por las buenas vibraciones que nos dio.El viaje confirmo nuestras espectativas. Todo a pedir de boca. Guia tibetano, un gran conductor con la cabeza en su sitio y ausencia total de imprevistos durante el trayecto.Muy recommendable, y Devi es una persona amable, atenta y honesta. Te informa de todo sin compromise alguno, con total claridad y es muy atento con el cliente.Volvere, seguro a Nepal, y contactare con el para una nueva experiencia. La de Tibet ha sido inolvidable.JUANJO VILLANUA. MADRID.   +34695914983

 Devi Gracias por todo,

Cuando descubres que solo es posible conocer Tibet mediante una agencia,tiendes a pensar que sera el tipico tour turistico alejado de la idea que tienes de lo que es conocer un pais y su cultura. Pero he de reconocr que es posible. Devi nos organize un viaje inolvidable, a la par que autentico de 10 dias por el enigmatic Tibet. Todo fue claro y transparente desde el principio, no hubo ningun tipo de gasto extra y el guia tibetano nos dio la oportunidad de conocerla vida mas local y de responder todas nuesras preguntas relacionadas con la ocupacion china. Pocas veces es possible hacer un viaje organizado de una manera autentica. Esta es una de ellas.En conclusion, recomiendo encarecidamente la agencia de Devi, por la transparencia, eficiencia,atencion sin compromiso y, por supuesto, la facilidad de hablar todos los detalles en castellano.Sin duda, una Buena decision.JESUS CAPILLA. MADRID.   +34670534728

Muchas gracias Devi!!!

Poco puedo anadir a lo que han contadomis companerossobre las excelencias del trato y la profesionalidad de Deviy sobre lo ameno, divertido e interesante que consiguieronnuestro guia y conductor tibetanos que fuese nuestro viaje.Tras los iniciales recelos de viajar a Tibet por su situacion politica actual, tod quedo olvidado y nos lanzamos gracias a la claridad y honestidad que apreciamos en Devi y su agencia.Como el nos dijo, los guias en Tibet, eran autenticos tibetanosy nos ayudaron a entender tanto el Tibet clasico como de la actual situacion con la ocupacion china. Lo unico que no nos conto, es que nos iban a mostrar a sus propios amigos y sus lugares de entretenimiento, lo que hizola experiencia mucho mas autentica.Ahora nos iremos  a hacer un trekking con su agencia. Esta sera otra historia, pero con Devi estamos seguros que tendra un final feliz y mucho bueno que contar.

FERNANDO SOLA. MADRID.   +34669471946. fsolap@yahoo.es

Tibet Ebc Lhasa- Kathmandu por Tierra Tour 11-20-10-2011

15th Mar, 2022


" I got to know about your internet via internet. The Trekking guide & other staff were awesome. Our trekking guide Kumar Khadka was fun, well-informed, safe and helpful.  Ram & Gopal were great too. I couldn’t have done the trek without these guys!!The meals were good. Definitely better than what we expected. Lodges were brilliant with amazing service. It was grand to be welcomed to a lodge after a long day of trekking. Kathmandu Resort Hotel was great. Usually quiet which is nice. The transportation was reliable. We had an excellent trek with the best guide  lifetime memory"

Everest Base Camp Trek

15th Mar, 2022


"Thanks to Kubindra Basnet and his excellent professionalism, we have accomplished our trekking trip as per the plan. We would like to express our sincere thankfulness for choosing Kubindra as our guide. Kubindra has been the best guide we could ever dream of having – his organizational skills and knowledge of the region were beyond scolding . He was always polite, honest, and so pleasant. We really enjoyed his company, as well as the Trekking staffs. who were also as pleasant and helpful as Kubindra. Kubindra chose the best porters/assistant as we could imagine of having, and the way he dealt with them was also very nice and we really liked it. It is also worth noting that he paid attention to our health the whole time the trek, and although the fact that three of us got mild altitude sickness, with his advice and timely medication, we all managed to trek in good health and feelings. Kubindra was also paying special attention to our demands, such as the need for decent toilets and accommodation. We are sure that it was not always easy.

All in all, we are all very happy about the trekking trip, we had it was once in a life-time experience for sure. Thank you so much for Adventure Nepal Eco Treks organizing this trip for us!

Everest Gokyo Valley Trek

15th Mar, 2022


Me and my friend went on a trekking to the Everest Base Camp and Kala Pattar. Both the trekking itself and the organization very absolutely top class Adventure Nepal Eco Treks

 

“Fantastic experience”If you plan on seeing anything in Nepal, I'm sure Devi and his company Adventure Nepal Eco Treks will make it unforgettable.

16th Mar, 2022


“Great fun, beautiful scenery and a taste of Nepal culture”

“Great fun, beautiful scenery and a taste of Nepal culture”

16th Mar, 2022

I was short on time for my stay in Nepal, so I did a four-day trek around the Kathmandu Valley. My guide Kumar khadka and I trekked to Chisapani, then to Nargakot and finally on to Dhulikhel before returning to Kathmandu. The trek gave beautiful views over the valley, of farming terraces and Nepali villages and even took us into Jungle-like area. The trekking wasn't too strenuous and was a great way to start as a not-so-fit first-timer to trekking in Nepal. Not only was the scenery pretty but I met a lot of locals and learned a lot from Kumar about the local way of life. I would recommend to anyone visiting in Nepal who hasn't got a lot of time. 


Hoy hemos vuelto a Kadmandu despues de once dias de trekking por el ABC (Campo Base del Annapurna). La verdadque no tengo palabras para expresar lo que he vivido estos dias. Para mi visitor esta ciudad era un sueno de hace anos. Nada mas aterrizar en el aeropuerto, mi Corazon dio un vuelco, y me saltaron las lagrimas. El recibimiento fue genial, Devi estaba esperandonos en el aeropuerto con una gran sonrisa. Este hombre me dio mucha seguridad. Si yo huibiese venido sola me hubiese dado algo en este primer momento.Los tres primeros dias visitamos Khatmandu y alucine con el cambio de cultura y con la sonrisa de toda esta gente, me han llenado cada dia sonriendo. Devi es encantador, le prepare una sorpresa de cumpleanos a Valerio. Cenamos en su casa y estuvimos muy bien atendidos por su mujery su cunada.Esta familia es genial. Ahora que ha terminado el trekking, analizo todo y estoy feliz. Ha sido una experiencia irrepetible y una verdadera aventura: esto es vida, yo quiero vivir aqui. Agradezco mucho el trabajo de nuestro dia: me haencantado como nos ha cuidado, atento a todos los detalles. Gracias Adventure Nepal Eco Treks. Gracias Devi y gracias Prabahit.

Campo Base Annapurna

16th Mar, 2022


Hoy hemos vuelto a Kadmandu despues de once dias de trekking por el ABC (Campo Base del Annapurna). La verdadque no tengo palabras para expresar lo que he vivido estos dias. Para mi visitor esta ciudad era un sueno de hace anos. Nada mas aterrizar en el aeropuerto, mi Corazon dio un vuelco, y me saltaron las lagrimas. El recibimiento fue genial, Devi estaba esperandonos en el aeropuerto con una gran sonrisa. Este hombre me dio mucha seguridad. Si yo huibiese venido sola me hubiese dado algo en este primer momento.Los tres primeros dias visitamos Khatmandu y alucine con el cambio de cultura y con la sonrisa de toda esta gente, me han llenado cada dia sonriendo. Devi es encantador, le prepare una sorpresa de cumpleanos a Valerio. Cenamos en su casa y estuvimos muy bien atendidos por su mujery su cunada.Esta familia es genial. Ahora que ha terminado el trekking, analizo todo y estoy feliz. Ha sido una experiencia irrepetible y una verdadera aventura: esto es vida, yo quiero vivir aqui. Agradezco mucho el trabajo de nuestro dia: me haencantado como nos ha cuidado, atento a todos los detalles. Gracias Adventure Nepal Eco Treks. Gracias Devi y gracias Prabahit.

Campo Base Annapurna 20.7.2012

16th Mar, 2022


Adventure Nepal Eco Treks is a small Kathmandu company that provides professional and personal trekking services any where in Nepal.

 

“Trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) and Gokyo Ri, 19 Feb - 7 Mar 2014”

16th Mar, 2022


I found Devi and his company Adventure Nepal Eco Treks while I was already in Nepal one day as I was emailing countless number of company's expressing my interest to go trekking. Devi's reply was quick, professional and not pushy like I found most other replies to be...also the English was a very good standard compared to most of the other replies. Fm the reply, I had a good vibe and knew this was the right company to go with. I visited him in his office, and a week later I was in a plane flying to Lukla with my dad and our guide Kumar, ready to go to Everest base camp.

Kumar was an amazing guide, very knowledgable of the area and everything around us. At night, we would chat, play cards, have fun and just enjoy each and everyone's company. Along with our porter, they would take care of everything, meaning that the only thing my dad and I had to worry about was ourselves and getting through each day!

I would defiantly recommended Devi to anyone wanting to go trekking as he took care of everything and made everything easy to organise. I know if I ever come back to Nepal I will go back to adventure Nepal eco treks! 

“There is actually nothing negative to say”January 2013

16th Mar, 2022


We did the Everest Base camp trek arranged by Devi Baral of Adventure Nepal Eco Treks and had a fantastic experience. The price came in several hundred euros better than an Irish operator and for a truly authentic experience.

 

Fantastic trip at the best value! Testimonials November 2013.

16th Mar, 2022



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