Mt. Everest Base Camp: There is two base camp on Everest. South Base camp is in Nepal at an altitude of 5,364 m and the north base camp is in Tibet (China) at a height of 5150 m.
Trekking to Everest Base camp is more popular and many people take the south route from Nepal side to get to the base of Mt. Everest because you may have well acclimatized to go up. Along the way experience the local culture, visit the monastery, accept the warm welcome of the locals and explore every corner of the hills, flora, and fauna, follow the footprint of Hillary, and stay in the comfortable lodge.
Our Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary brings you quite an essential trekking experience that has been proven by our past customers. The services that we deliver is standard one neither it is basic, not the deluxe one. Of course, there are some luxury hotels and resort and people may stay in there for an additional cost. Everest base camp trek is not as daunting as many people sound. It is easy and doable by any age people unless you are mentally prepared. If you try to complete it, in less than 12 days then it will be surely harder. So follow our carefully proposed itinerary to make your trip safe and successful.
Our Everest base camp trek price is very much affordable for all age groups. What we promised to you is we give you the value of the money that you paid for. To complete the Everest Base Camp trek it is recommended to walk with 5kg bags every day jugging. Once you fly to Lukla (135km) and walking to base camp is just 63 km for one way 8 days walking. It is recommended to visit Kala Patthar in the evening for sunset which offers the best panorama including Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pomari, Peak 38, and many more. From Everest base camp you can’t see Everest as you are on the base.