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Everest Base Camp Trek

Duration 15 Days
Country Nepal
Grade Strenuous
Max. Altitude 4,555m
Group Size 2-10 pax
Best Season March-May & Sep-Nov
Transportation Car/Jeep, Domestic Flight
Accommodation Lodges, Tea-houses and 3-Star Hotels
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Overview

Everest base camp trek is a fantastic adventure for individuals who fantasize about soaring through the world’s top trekking trials. Ever since Mt. Everest was first depicted on a world map in 1856, the trip to the mountain base camp has become a renowned tourist attraction. This incredible opportunity provides trekkers with an immersive environment and a thrilling experience. The Himalayan scenery, gorgeous rivers, streams, attractive villages, deep forests of rhododendron, numerous rope bridges, and panoramic views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Nuptse, and many others will all be featured on this 14-day tour.

The journey to Everest Base Camp (EBC), located at an altitude of around 5350 meters, begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. After landing, the trekking journey starts with a 3-hour delightful stroll to Phakding, where you wind up into the mystic beauty of rainbow prayer flags, monasteries, and Buddhism. You’ll pass via Syangboche Airport, closed for about a decade. However, you will be able to visit this world’s highest airport and see breathtaking views. The Khumbu Glacier, the world’s deepest glacier, may also be seen from the EBC camp.

In a nutshell, this 14-day remote trail route takes you to the base of the world’s highest point, The Everest Base Camp. Before opening a portal to the top of the planet, you’ll be introduced to local cultures. You’ll pass through several traditional Sherpa settlements at an elevation of more than 2,500 meters, where you will ascend through difficult paths. Some trek days may include a long walk through a tiring trail and traversing several suspension bridges throughout the journey. Another breathtaking vantage point is Kala Patthar, located at the height of 5545 meters, where you can see Mount Everest in all her grandeur, towering over the other Himalayan peaks.

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the finest times to visit EBC. The visibility is excellent during this time, making it an ideal trekking season for Everest. The walk is almost 130 kilometers round trip, and you will need to spend 5 to 6 hours every day trekking. To be able to trek through Everest base camp without difficulty, you’ll need a certain amount of energy and endurance. Because most of the trek is above 3500 meters, acute mountain sickness is a distinct possibility. While the vast majority may only be inconvenienced, a small percentage of persons may require special attention.

Trip Highlights

  • Mountain flight to the stunning Lukla’s Hilary Tenzing Airport, located at high altitude.
  • Marvel at the Himalayan beauty, including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Nuptse.
  • Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, the legendary Sherpa capital.
  • Visit Tengboche’s ancient monastery and behold its powerful spiritual connection.
  • Spectacular views of Nagarjun Hill, Everest Base Camp, and Kala Patthar
  • Stunning sun setting and panoramic views of Mt. Everest from Kala Patthar.
  • Encounter unique wildlife such as musk deer, snow leopard, and Himalayan Thar.
  • Pass-through Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site.
  • Enjoy the Khumbu region’s diverse flora and fauna and the beautiful emerald valley of the Dudhkoshi River.
  • Indulge in the Sherpa culture and their lifestyle.

Best Season to travel to Everest Base Camp Trek

Trekkers can do the EBC trek at any time of year, but it’s essential to choose the best weather for your needs. The optimum seasons to start trekking at Everest Base Camp and experience its distinctive attractions are spring (April to May) and fall (September to November). The weather is pleasant and sunny during these seasons, and visibility is excellent. However, in the monsoon season (June to August), the rain makes the path wet, rendering visibility. In the winter (December to February), the trail is covered in snow, making walking difficult.

Because the weather in the highlands is so variable, there may be frequent weather changes in various scenarios. A bright and beautiful morning can also be accompanied by gloomy clouds, snow, and blizzards. As a result, you’ll need to be ready to deal with any issues that emerge during the walk.

You may also attend the well-known Mani Rimdu festival if you travel in the autumn, particularly in October. Buddhists celebrate this traditional holiday for 19 days in monasteries like Tengboche Monastery.

Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty

The trek to Everest Base Camp is moderately complex. You don’t need any prior trekking expertise because the trail is marked as moderate. However, trekkers should be aware that they will be hiking up and down an uneven terrain with steep snowy routes, ridges, and rocky paths, for 13 days, carrying their bag pack for an average of 5-6 hours every day. Even seasoned climbers prepare for such a difficulty ahead of time. The vistas along the way are well worth the effort.

Because the trip necessitates a high level of endurance, regular exercise such as walks and aerobics may be beneficial in maintaining your body’s stamina. It’s critical because there’s less oxygen at higher altitudes, and maintaining the growing elevation can be challenging at times. As a result, integrating some cardiovascular activities and hill training will help you prepare for the trail’s changing path.

At such a high altitude, acquiring Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a risk. As a result, standard altitude safety precautions must be followed. Continue walking at an increasing altitude will produce AMS symptoms, so it is recommended that you stop and adjust in Namche Bazaar. Climbing fewer than 600 meters each day is encouraged. Taking a pill like Diamox, which acts as a respiratory stimulant, can prevent AMS.

It is possible to trek alone in the Everest region. However, hiking alone to the Everest base camp is not recommended because of the high altitude and potential for altitude sickness and other mountain hazards.

Accommodation during Everest Base Camp Trek

The trail to Everest Base Camp is littered with pleasant and hospitable teahouses for the whole of the journey. The accommodations are affordable and straightforward. Each lodge includes a central public space with a colossal stove that provides warmth and ambience.

The accommodation and facilities are clean and functional; however, they are fundamental. Most guesthouses provide clean and sanitary shared rooms or separate rooms, depending on your preferences. They have all the necessities, such as electricity, telephone, top-up, Wi-Fi, laundry, and so on. Some teahouses feature in-room heating, while others have a central stove kept lit in the night. Most places offer electrical device charging, albeit it may be an additional expense.

Namche Bazar is a well-known acclimatization station on the EBC trek, with coffee, Wi-Fi, and breathtaking views. Throughout the way, the meals are practically identical. On the lodges’ fixed menus, there are a variety of meal alternatives. The food in the Tea Houses is good and reasonably priced, especially considering the low cost of lodging and the fact that the porters and yaks must carry all of the food up the mountain.

Costs and Permits for Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest base camp Trek price varies depending on your selected services, food, and transportation arrangement.

If you choose the Everest base camp tour whole package, it includes:

  • Airport arrival and departure.
  • Porters for two trekkers who can transport up to 15 kilograms of personal belongings.

A porter will assist in carrying the hefty cargo sack, reducing the difficulties of the Everest Base Camp Trek.

  • Trekking guide with English speaking experience and a licence to assist with hotel, transportation, food, and wage reimbursement.
  • Full board meals (breakfast, lunch, and supper) in the lap of the Himalayas.
  • A map route to EBC.
  • Tea house accommodations with twin sharing rooms
  • Local village tax and VAT as required by state law.
  • A medical kit carried by the guide in case of an emergency

Only with formal authorization is an Everest Base Camp excursion possible. In contrast to an all-inclusive tour, hikers must pay a permit fee such as:

  • Khumbu Pasang Lamu Rural Municipality fee
  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry permit
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS)

You can customize the standard base camp package based on Additional activities like helicopter tours, peak climbing, etc. In addition, a government-registered local trekking agency will be required to get the relevant approvals. Because the trail travels through many rural places, trekkers may consider purchasing travel insurance. Hiking at a high altitude in a remote area has apparent risks; thus, insurance is required. If your insurance policy covers it, there are rescue services available in the event of an emergency. Evacuation and other expenses spent due to unforeseen circumstances such as personal illness, natural disasters, political strikes, and so on are covered by insurance.

What to Pack for EBC Trek 

  • Windproof Hiking essentials (Pants, Jackets)
  • Waterproof, sturdy boots
  • Mosquito repellent cream
  • Backpack
  • Thermal layer: For extra warmth
  • Torch or headlamps: Especially for the night.
  • Lightweight Gloves
  • Reusable water bottles
  • Sun protection – sunglasses, sunhat
  • Rehydration salts/electrolytes: Dehydration altitude is possible
  • Rucksack and duffel bag
  • Trek route map
  • Snacks: The price increase at a high altitude. So, it is advisable to bring your hiking snacks.
  • Quick-drying towel
  • Hiking poles: To climb through the steep terrain
  • Basic first aid kit
  • Water purification tablets
  • Camera and portable charger
  • An insulation layer
  • Waterproof and sturdy boots.

FAQS 

  • Can the beginners do the Everest Base Camp trek as well?

Anyone in decent physical shape and has no significant health issues can participate in this trek. Going to Everest base camp is both mentally and physically demanding. Beginners who can quickly acclimate to the severe circumstances in the area can accomplish the EBC trek. Physical fitness and correct acclimatization are, however, required. Although there is minimal technical climbing, the height might reach up to 5000 meters. Temperatures are forecast to be extremely low, and the tremendous heights present their own set of difficulties. Thus, physical fitness is crucial.

  • Do I need a Potter while trekking in the Everest region?

It is recommended that you hire a potter unless your backpack is as light as possible. Because walking at a high altitude is difficult enough without carrying big luggage on top of it. It will have an impact on your entire journey. The climb to Mt. Everest Base Camp takes several days and entails walking at altitudes of 3,658 meters over muddy terrain. Even without 15 kg of gear strapped to your back, it’s a challenge! In this scenario, the Porter service comes to the rescue. They move most of the trekkers’ gear and equipment from one camp to another. Additional help enhances the quality of your trekking experience.

  • What mountains can you see during the Everest Base Camp Trek?

Three of the top ten highest mountains in the world can be seen within 360 degrees of the Everest base camp. Mount Lhotse, the world’s fourth-tallest mountain, can be seen in the same route as Cho Oyu, the world’s eighth tallest mountain. The world’s fifth-highest peak, Makalu, can be spotted in the opposite direction.

  • What are the other trails like Everest Base Camp Trek in the Khumbu region?

One of the other treks available in the Khumbu region is the Everest Chola Pass Trek. This trek is a variation on the standard Everest base camp trek. After completing the road, you’ll arrive at the blue/green colored Gokyo lakes. The Gokyo lakes, Chola pass, and glaciers provide a stunning view that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

Pike Peak Trekking, located in the lower Solukhumbu region, is another option. This trek is an unforgettable and remote tour with spectacular mountain panoramas and a beautiful blend of environment and culture.

Another journey that travelers admire is the Khumbu Three High Passes Trek. This trek is a demanding route for travellers searching for something more challenging than the standard Everest Base Camp Trek. The Khumbu three high passes hiking trail spans three non-technical high altitude passes in the Everest region.

Gokyo Valley Trekking is an excellent alternative for people looking for a less busy trail with more excitement. Trekking to Gokyo Valley is said to reward you with the most amazing views in the Everest Region, comparable to the magnificent view from the summit of Everest.

Detail Itinerary

Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m) / Transfer to Hotel

Upon landing, you will be welcomed and picked up by our staff at the international airport in Kathmandu. We will accompany you to the designated hotel (3-star). Relax in the comfort of the top class hotel. Later, get out to enjoy the marvel of Thamel market in central Kathmandu. In the evening, we will meet up for welcome dinner. Get to know about Nepal, our trekking group, the trekking guide, your journey and other information. The trekking leader will brief the journey and explain necessary preparations for this amazing trip.

3-star Hotel in Kathmandu
Welcome Dinner
Day 02

Domestic Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2880m) [45-Minutes], trek to Phakding (2640m) [4-Hours]

From Kathmandu, we will take a 45-minute towards Lukla. Lukla flight is unique due to the stunning mountain views and landing at one of world's highest altitude airstrip.

Lukla is a bustling town with shops, restaurants and facilities for guests. After some rest, we will start trekking towards Phakding village. It will take 3-4 hours of trekking according to the pace. Phakding is larger than Lukla and is equipped with restaurants, tea-houses, bars and restaurants for trekkers.

Tea-house/ Phakding
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 03

Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3445m) [5/6-Hours]

Wake up to a beautiful sunrise at Phakding. After breakfast, we start the trek following the trails. Encounter local people, children, yaks and fellow trekkers as you move through Sagarmatha National Park and a few registration posts held up by local police. Cross high suspension bridge and climb until you reach Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Everest. Namche is also housed with various accommodation, food and hangout facilities.

 

Tea-house/ Namche Bazaar
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 04

Acclimatization

We will spend our fifth day in Namche Bazaar to adjust our body to the high altitude. We will spend the free time resting, strolling around the market, or spending time in one of the café/restaurants present there. Later, we will hike up towards Everest View Hotel. Everest View Hotel is situated at the altitude of 3880m, and is serving the mountaineers since 1971. The hotel is strategically built at a view-rich area and provides unmatched Everest scenery.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 05

Trek from Namche Bazzar to Tengboche

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 06

Trek to Dingboche (4,360m)

This day includes 5-6 hours long trek through villages Tengboche to Dingboche located alongside Imja River. This beautiful trail is so easy to fall in love with because of its extreme scenic beauty. Tengbochhe Monastery is the largest monastery of this region. It opens at 3.00 pm so if we are lucky enough to reach there by time, we can also spend some time observing the Buddhist religious ceremony. Overnight in Dingboche.
Accommodation: Tea House in Dingboche

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 07

Acclimatization

This rest day is perfect for exploring one of the salient features of Dingboche village, kilometres of stone walls covering entire valley of Imja. The short trek along these mountain trails allows us to see more of massive Himalayan (snow-capped mountain) structures like Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Lobuche East/West and the famous Khola Valley. All the while we will acclimatize for further ascend to our journey.
Accommodation: Tea House in Dingboche

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 08

Trek to Lobuche (4940m)

With our trek being 2-4 hours long, our route for the day is from Dingboche to Lobuche. This is a relatively short trek as the valley begins to narrow and we pass the historical 1993 Everest Expedition Camp. We will pass another village Duglha and ascend to moraine of Khumbu Glacier. We will be able to view peaks including Lingtren, Pumori and Khumbutse.
Accomodation: Tea House in Lobuche.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 09

Trek to Gorakshep (5,270m) to Everest Base Camp (5,364m) and back

Our journey from Lobuche leads us to yet another Sherpa settlement, Gorak Shep after 6-7 hours trek. This is a popular stop for trekkers. Nuptse, Cholatse, Lobuche, and Pumori overlook the Lobuche village as we visit the Everest Base Camp including Majestic Mount Everest. The Everest Base Camp provides a stunningly breath-taking view of the overlooking mountains. We will return back to Gorakshep for overnight stay.
Accommodation: Tea House in Gorakhshep

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 10

Trek from Gorakshep to Kala Patthar to Pheriche (4,280m)

Our next 7-8 hours trek leads us to Pheriche from Gorakshep with Kala Patthar along the way. Kala Patthar offers an amazing panoramic view of the summit of soaring high mountains. World's tallest mountain peaks back with full glory as we are climbing up the hill to see Khumbutse and Changtse Mountains. Later, we will head back to Pheriche.
Accommodation: Tea House in Pheriche

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 11

Trek to Pangboche to Tengboche (3,870m)

Marking the start of our return journey, we climb down from Pheriche to Tengboche. Trekking for about 5-6 hours, all the beautiful view and close inspection of Sherpa culture make it worth hiking the rocky trails among the Himalayas.
Accommodation: Tea House in Tengboche

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 12

Trek to Namche Bazaar

We are on our way back from Tengboche to Namche Bazaar with 6-7 hours trek. Spending our last night at Namche, talking to locals and kids is an amazing way to get little closer to the mountainous lifestyle.
Accommodation: Tea House in Namche Bazaar

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 13

Trek to Lukla

Bidding our goodbye with imprints of the highest summit in the world, we return back to Lukla from Namche Bazaar. It’s about 6-hour trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla. Every moment of the last couple of days spent will be a lifetime memory.
Accommodation: Tea House in Lukla

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 14

Fly back to Kathmandu

Taking a 40-minutes flight back to Kathmandu, today is our final day here. This day is ideal for visiting Swayambhunath Stupa and exploring local streets Thamel. Taking a walk, enjoying the nightlife, buying souvenirs are all beautiful options while at the town.
Accommodation: 3-Star Hotel in Kathmandu

Breakfast & Farewell Dinner
Day 15

Departure

After breakfast, it will be time for us to bid you farewell. Your transportation will be arranged to the airport from where you will fly home or to your next adventure.

Breakfast

Cost Includes

  • Private Arrival & Departure transfers on both domestic and international flights.
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu( Hotel Arts in Kathmandu or similar) on a twin share bed/Single and breakfast as per the itinerary.
  • Full board meals while trekking (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner).
  • Accommodation in teahouse ( Best Mountain Lodge ) or lodge while trekking.
  • Welcome / fare- well dinner as listed in the itinerary with Local Cultural Dance
  • The sightseeing city tour with world heritage entrance fees as listed in itinerary.
  • All Domestic flights and airport tax as listed in the itinerary.
  • Private transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the trek as applicable.
  • Sleeping bag, duffel bag etc for the use during the trip, Plastic garbage bags.
  • Professional local experienced Trek Leader / Guide trained in Wilderness First Aid.
  • Comprehensive First Aid Kit.

  • Respective region (Everest) trekking map, TIMS Card.
  • Necessary Porters to carry all personal gear and group equipment.
  • Proper Insurance of all staff including porters.
  • Warm clothing & trekking gear for staff including porters: Gortex jacket & trousers, fleece jacket and pant, trekking shoes / boots, woolen hat, gloves, shocks, sunglasses etc.
  • A Trekking t-shirt
  • Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers

Cost Excludes

  • Meals on the cities except Welcome Dinner (Tentative US$8-$12.00 per meals)
  • Nepal entry visa fee which you will get it in to Kathmandu airport on upon arrival
  • Personal trekking equipment

  • Items of a personal nature expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry, mineral water, hot shower, battery charge, Telephone, etc.
  • Tips for trekking/ tour guide & porters (expected)
  • International airfare and airport taxes, excess baggage charges.
  • Valid Travel Insurance with Medical evacuation in case of emergency
  • Expenses incurred due to accidents, landslide, strikes and other unpredictable events.

Essential Info

Dear Guests,
Namaste ! We are very pleased that you are planning your trek to Everest Base camp with Hiking Adventure Trek . The idea of this hand out is to furnish you with information for your pre-trek preparations.

Firstly, we recommend that you travel light. A good sized duffel bag with a top length zipper that can lock is best, together with a day pack for carrying personal items on the trek. An extra smaller bag would be handy to carry back your souvenirs after the trip.

1. PACKING:
Please bear in mind the domestic airline baggage weight restrictions when packing. In this matter we request you to try and limit your baggage to around 15 kgs. (about 35 lbs.). You may leave behind part of your luggage in your hotel or our locker room before the trek, in Kathmandu. All baggage are to be clearly marked and locked. Kindly refrain from carrying or wearing valuables on the trek. You may leave them behind at the safety deposit box at your hotel or with us.

2. HOW TO PACK for EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK 
Your clothes and equipment should fall into the following 4 categories:

1. What you are going to leave behind in Kathmandu.
2. What you are going to wear on the trail.
3. What you are going to carry in your daypack.
4. What you would like the porters to carry for you.

Excess clothes and luggage can be stored in your hotel’s storeroom, and valuables in the safety deposit box. Please label your luggage and make sure to take a receipt from the front desk of your hotel for all the things you would like to leave behind while you are away.

ON TREK

1. FOOD AND DRINKS ON EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK 
On the trek Hiking Adventure Treks will serve you wholesome food for replenishment and to meet your energy requirement. Special dietary requirements can be provided on request. The menu for the trek will be discussed on the pre-trek briefing. Our cooks are trained in matters of hygiene and cooking and even the dishes are washed in mild disinfectant solution. The water provided is pressure boiled and iodized. Water bottles may be filled at night so that you have cool water to drink the following day. Mineral water in bottles can be bought on many trek routes.

2. YOUR STAFF ON THE TRIP:
Will consist of one English speaking guide and necessary porters.

3. A typical day while on trek 
A normal day on trek would start at about 6:00 am with a wake up call and a cup of steaming tea, coffee or hot chocolate served in your tent, followed by a bowl of hot water for washing – also delivered outside your tent. Breakfast will be prepared and served at the dining table and we advise guests to pack their bags and leave it outside their tents so that the Sherpa boys can load them on the porter’s baskets.

The morning part of the trip would begin after breakfast and last about three to four hours when a stop for lunch would be made. The afternoon part of the trip will be another two to three hours to camp where tea, coffee and snacks will be waiting. Relax through the evening until dinnertime. After dinner you have the choice of sharing yarns with your

4. Sanitation and Personal Hygiene
A dugout latrine will be made at every camp and a toilet tent pitched over it. Folding toilet seats can be arranged on prior request. Toilet paper will be provided. Limited hot water and Dettol soap will be provided twice a day for washing. The streams and rivers, and at times hot springs along the trail helps.

6. DAILY WEAR:
Your Sherpa guide/escort can help you plan your daily wear before each day’s walk. Please carry an extra shirt or a T-shirt and a light jacket in your backpack. The mountain air is cold, so you can keep dry and warm after sweats and chills.

7. WHAT TO CARRY DURING THE TREK:
Your daypack, preferably waterproof should be light, small and comfortable. All small personal items like toilet paper, water bottle, medicines, extra shirt, light warm wears, rain gear, gloves etc., that may be needed for the days trek should be packed. Your duffel will be carried by porters who may not be with you at all times.

8. GENERAL MATTERS:
Your personal belongings will be looked after by our staff so please help them by not leaving them unattended in villages and other public places. Campfires will be enjoyed wherever dead wood and driftwood are available. We do not want to add to the large-scale deforestation problem in the country. You will find the Nepalese people friendly, charming, inquisitive and quite ignorant about the west. We request you to maintain and follow the local customs. Handouts by trekkers have led to increase begging especially among village children, affecting their independent-spirited nature. As dental hygiene is a big problem no chocolate and sweets for the children, please. The Sherpa leader/Escort can advise you if you are keen to help locally.

9. MONEY ON TREK:
You may want to buy drinks at wayside shops and souvenirs from the natives. Small change should be carried. As customary, we can help discuss in detail in the pre-trek briefing.

TREK KIT LIST

WHAT TO WEAR:
Light clothing is only for short treks up to seven days at altitudes up to 6000ft (1830m) during fall (autumn) from September to November and in spring between March to May. The other months at all altitudes will be cold and at most times the temperatures will be below zero.

Footwear:
You will need hiking boots with ankle support, sneakers for flat trails and flip-flops or chappals for use around the camp.

Clothes:
Shirts, T-shirts (4), blouse, etc., for daywear and a woolen shirt for evenings.

MEN: Shorts, cotton trousers, jeans, sweat pant (recon-mended) etc.

LADIES: Shorts (not too short!), long skirts are acceptable in well-trekked areas,
Jeans or trousers if preferred. Sweat pants are recommended.

Undergarments & Socks:
Thermal underwear and inner trouser for the above 7,000 ft. treks. Thick trek socks.

Warm Clothes:
A light sweater, a windcheater or light lined/padded jacket and down jacket or parka for above 7000 ft. treks. Woolen thick cap and warm gloves.

Sun / Rain:
Rain gear or umbrella and a sun hat is essential. Goabal warming has led to freak weather conditions and it has become more and more difficult to predict weather conditions.

Note: Umbrellas are cheap and easily available in Kathmandu.

Personal Equipment (for trekking) that you should bring with you:
• A pair of light hiking boots.
• A pair of sandals.
• Some pairs of woolen socks.
• One light wool / fleece sweat1er.
• One down sweater / jacket.
• One light wind Gore-Tex jacket and one light wind Gore-Tex pant.
• A pair of Gore-Tex glove shells with liner or ski gloves.
• One sunscreen lotion
• A one – litter water bottle and purifier.
• Two T – shirts and one long sleeve T – shirts.
• Rucksack
• Flashlight (extra batteries)
• Camera and photo films as per your interest.
• Sun hat.
• One trekking baggy pants.
• First aid kit
• Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, toilet rolls, bath towel etc) and more necessary personal clothes,
• Travel Insurance:

Make sure to have both medical and evacuation insurance before coming to Nepal for Everest Trek

Additional Items:
For most treks from mid-November till mid-February and for those above 10,000 ft./3000 m., in Spring and Autumn, anti-dazzle glasses or goggles with side attachments are recommended and High altitude food supplements (favorite snacks) if necessary.

NOTE:
Although Hiking Adventure Treks provides sleeping bags on request, it is best to bring your own if you wish. You may have your sleeping bags checked during the pre-trek briefing to make sure that it is the right one for the trek you will be going on.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
In the event of an accident or serious ailment on a trek, helicopter evacuation can be arranged. The helicopter fare charge and the hospital/medical charge will have to be cleared before departing from Kathmandu. It is advisable to leave behind approximately US$ 500 per person for an emergency back up measure.

INSURANCE:
There are no reliable medical insurance policies in Nepal for foreigners. We strongly recommend you to take a comprehensive holiday insurance in your own country covering adventures involving some elements of risk, especially to cover Emergency Helicopter Evacuation.

BOOKS:
Trekking in the Nepal Himalayas by Stan Armington published by the Lonely Planets books provides you comprehensive information on all matters regarding trekking in Nepal

The Trekkers Peaks of Nepal by Bill O’Connor published by Crow Wood press in U.K. provides you with information on all matters regarding climbing peaks in Nepal.

Trekking in Nepal by Toru Nakano published by Allied Publishers gives you some insight into some important trekking areas in Nepal. A map of Nepal is enclosed in the book.

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