- Trek into the heart of the famous Khumbu region in Nepal
- Explore Sherpa monastery at Tengboche
- Visit picturesque Ama Dablam Base Camp
• Duration: 11 Days
• Arrival: Kathmandu
• Departure: Kathmandu
• Difficulty: Moderate
• Group: 1-50 People
• Min Age: 15+
• Basecamp Hiking
• Highest Altitude: 3930m
• Jan 1- Dec 31
• Destination: Nepal
• Best Season: March-May & Sep-Nov
Amadablam Base Camp Trek “Mother and her necklace, the gladdest moment of the iconic and most beautiful snow-capped peaks superb views of Mount Everest and unforgettable scenery“.
- Day 1 - Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel Preparation for trekking and overnight in Kathmandu. (1336.m)
When you arrive at Nepal airport one of our team members will welcome you and will take you to your hotel by private car then by evening our trip organizer will explain to you about the trip, about rules and regulation and you will talk with your guide too and he will check all your trekking gear which is required and which is not required. then he will tell you the time for tomorrow's airport departure
- Day 2 - Kathmandu to Lukla (2840m) by flight 40 minute, breakfast in Lukla after breakfast trek to Phakding (2610m)
Early morning your guide will come to your hotel by car to pick you up and drive you to the airport to catch early morning flight to Lukla which takes around 25 to 30 minutes. when you reached Lukla (Hillari Airport) one of the most famous airports in the world you will transfer to a hotel to have a hot breakfast after that you will move out for your first day of trek to Phakding. while you walking you will explore Sherpa culture, and lifestyle, so many beautiful green hills and white mountains. also will get the opportunity to cross a suspension bridge. when you reach Phakding you will take a rest for while in your hotel and you will move out to explore the local village of Phakding and then overnight in Phakding.
- Day 3 - Trek Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m)
Set out for Namche Bazaa. The trail today passes the Dudh Koshi, a milky glacial river up to Monjo, walk across numerous suspension bridges, and through mesmerizing pine and conifer forests.
Before arriving at the Sagarmatha National Park entrance arrange your permits for inspection, after the permits are checked trek down alongside the Dudh Koshi River to Jorsale, from here, it's a tough climb up to Namche BazaarOvernight in Namche Bazaar.
- Day 4 - First Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar (3,440 meters /11,284 feet) Walking Distance: 4-5 hours (6 km) trek
This is your first day of acclimatization. Interact with the friendly locals or hike up to any of the vantage points for stunning views of the Himalayas. An upward hike to Everest View Hotel is a great way to acclimate while seeing Mount Everest, Thamserku, and Ama Dablam up close, hike to the Khumjung and Kunde settlements, or visit Sir Edmund Hillary's school in Khumjung, the first school in the Everest Region and visit 400 years old Khumjung Monastery where The skull of Yeti, the abominable snowman, is said to be kept.
Overnight in Namche Bazaar.
- Day 5 - Trek from Namche to Tengboche (3,860 meters /12,661 feet) Walking Distance: 5-6 hours (10 km) trek
The trail covers amazing sights of the Himalayan giants Tengboche is the destination for today's trek, a close-up view of Ama Dablam, widely regarded as one of the world's most picturesque peaks can be seen from here. The Khumbu region's oldest Buddhist monastery Tengboche Monastery emerges over the settlement, explore the monastery and attends to the monks' trance-inducing hum and chanting.
Overnight in Tengboche
- Day 6 - Trek from Tengboche to Pangboche (3,985m/13,074ft, 2 hours, 4.5 km)
Tengboche to Pangboche is a short trek, passing through dense tree lines and a small nunnery of Milingo, the highlights of the day are crossing the majestic Imja Khola gorge, the trail leads to various small bridges offering views of Ama Dablam, from here it’s a short upward hike, till you reach to the settlement of Pangboche.
Overnight in Pangboche
- Day 7 - Hike from Pangboche to Ama Dablam Base Camp (4,570m/15,000ft, 4 to 5 hours, 8 km) and back
Today's day is exciting as you'll reach Ama Dablam Base Camp, after breakfast leaves your heavy belongings at the Pangboche, and you'll begin with a hard descent towards the Imja Khola from here climb upward after crossing the river, follow the trail and you'll approach a yak pasture to relax for a while and continue walking and eventually you'll arrive to Ama Dalam Base Camp, from here you can witness vistas of Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Cholatse, and other eight-thousander and seven-thousand summits like as Mt. Everest, Lhotse Nuptse, and others Himalayan giants.
Head back to Pangboche later in the afternoon.
Overnight in Pangboche
- Day 8 - Trek from Pangboche to Phortse (3,680m/12,073ft, 4 to 5 hours, 4 km)
After an early breakfast, you'll leave Pangboche and head towards Phortse. The first part of the ascent brings you to Upper Pangboche, from here you'll walk for about an hour on a straight track and descend quickly following steep tracks of a narrow cliff. After a short climb, you will get a different view of Namche valley and Tengboche monastery from a distance, pass many terraced fields until you reach the village of Phortse.
Overnight in Phortse
- Day 9 - Trek from Phortse to Monjo (2,835m/9,301ft, 6 to 7 hours, 8.9 km)
As you approach, the altitude drops, retrace your steps back to Jorsale, a little settlement, from here head to a deep woodland after crossing a suspension bridge and passing the Monjo checkpoint and proceed towards Monjo.
Overnight in Monjo
- Day 10 - Trek from Monjo to Lukla (2,840m/9,316ft, 5 to 6 hours, 9.5 km)
After breakfast, head again on the trail of Dudh Koshi River to Lukla. The walk starts with a gentle descent towards Benkar until you cross a suspension bridge which leads to Phakding village from here ascent towards Ghat and climbing up the route to Chablung and to Lukla.
Overnight in Lukla.
- Day 11 - Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu (1,400 meters /4,592 feet) Duration: 35 minutes flight
The scenic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is always a delight, once you arrive at Kathmandu, you'll be driven to your accommodation. In the evening, a special cultural program and a farewell dinner will be served to commemorate the end of your journey.
Overnight in Kathmandu
- Day 12 - Final Departure
Our staff will drop you off at the airport, you'll bid farewell to your newfound friends as well as Nepal.
- • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle • TIMS Card (Trekkers Information Management System), • Everest National park entry permits,
- • Three meals a day (Breakfasts/Lunch/Dinners) with three cup of tea or coffee a day, • Tea house accommodation during the trek • English speaking guide
- • Accomodation, Food, Salary • Insurance • Medicine for all staff, Medikit • Porter service (1 porter between 2 person basic)
- • Snickers Chocolate for each person during trek • Snacks as Oreo cookie and peanut biscuit etc. • Trip certificate
- • Domestic flight ticket round trip and airport tax Kathmandu to Lukla and back to Kathmandu
- • Member and guide • Airport Transfer • All government and local taxes
- • Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu
- • Travel medical insurance and emergency evacuation cost
- • Nepal entry visa fee, International air fare • Personal equipment
- • Tips for guide and porter (Tipping is expected), Personal expenses such as: Alcoholic beverages, hot shower, water bottle, cold drinks, hot water, battery charge, donation etc
- • Any other expenses which are not mentioned on price include section
Trekking Pole/ Stick
Nepal Sim Card
Entry Permits & Requirements:
The following Permits are required for your Everest Base Camp Trek
Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and
Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit.
You can get a Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit from the Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu or the park's entrance gate in Monjo whose fee is NRS 3000 for foreign countries citizens and NRS 1500 for citizens of SAARC countries.
You must fill out an application for permission and show your passport or a copy of your passport. To obtain the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit, you must be in Lukla. The permit costs NRS 2000 and can be obtained at the rural municipality counter on the settlement's outskirts.
You won't have to wait for permits because the company or our guides will handle everything.
Best Time to Travel & Weather Condition:
Spring (March to May) and autumn (mid-September to November) are the best times to trek to Everest Base Camp. In spring, the foothills are ablaze with wildflowers, rhododendron blossoms, and orchids hanging from branches, the weather is dry and clear during this season, making it ideal for trekking and exploring the breathtaking scenery of the mountains. In autumn after the end of the heavy monsoon season, with clears atmosphere and the days are warm though the evenings are quite chilly trekking to Everest Base Camp is extremely popular.
The trails, however, become crowded and busy during these peak seasons. During the climbing season, the Base Camp is transformed into a tented city, with climbers and Sherpa guides.
If you travel during the month of October, you'll be able to attend Mani Rimdu, the Everest region's most important festival, which brings together pilgrimage from Tengboche, Chiwong, and Thame monasteries.
Travel insurance is required for all clients participating in any activity. We strongly advise you to obtain a complete insurance plan from a reputable insurance company to cover personal injury, death, hospital expenses, repatriation fees, helicopter rescue, and any other disease covered by the insurance plan.
Passport and Visa:
The Nepalese consulate in your country or the immigration office at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu must issue each client with a valid visa with a six-month validity from the date of return.
• Find the guidelines regarding essential trekking gears.
• Daypack above 40 liters. (Must be waterproof)
• Down jacket (rental available)
• Warm sleeping bag (rental available)
• Sun head, gulf cap, sunglasses, headlamp, and torchlight.
• Ear muffs, sun Lotions/sun cream.
• One pair of liner gloves is thin wool and synthetic.
• Cotton t-shirts, Synthetic t-shirts.
• Two Long sleeve polyester or synthetic lightweight for sunny days.
• One Soft-shell jacket with water & wind resistance.
• Inner clothes as your requirement.
• Liner socks, woolen socks.
• Proper trekking shoes.
• Imodium or Pepto Bismo capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea.
• Diamox for altitude sickness. The guide will help you to take it.
• One small personal-sized first-aid kit with blister treatments such as moleskin, bands, anti-infection ointments, and muscle relief ointments.
Meals and Drinking Water:
In popular trekking regions such as Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, and Manaslu, there is a menu system with various ethnic cuisines foods as well as western meals, but some locations provide you with typical Nepali meals which are different from international meals, and these meals are prepared by the local supplement, every tourist lodge and tea house has a well-trained cook who focuses on clean, hygienic, fresh, and delicious foods, and every lodge has safe drinking water or mineral water. If you buy a water purification tablet in Kathmandu, you can take water tap water and purify it yourself, saving money and reducing plastic pollution.