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Everest Base Camp

The Himalayas!

4th May – 17th May 2024

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Namasti Himalayas!

Welcome to Everest Base Camp, this trek is your window to the world’s highest peak and the rich culture and traditions of Nepal!

The 14 day Everest Base Camp trek will take you to a height of 5,364 meters, facing the outstanding panoramic views of many 8,000 meter high summits. The route itself combines the convenience of well-maintained mountain paths and the raw beauty of the Himalayas, making it a very popular trek for first time hikers!

You will start your trip with a 30 minutes flight between mountains from Kathmandu to the infamous Lukla airport. There you will start your mountain journey between forests, farmlands, hills and snowcapped mountain peaks.

It’s a challenging hike but the beautiful scenery will keep you moving all the way to the top, add this to experiencing the local community at its best through visiting local villages along the way!

Everest mountain is filled with many revelations; summiting the base camp will only be the beginning of life changing experiences in your upcoming personal trail for years to come.

Adventure Profile



Trip Type

Mountains & Trails


14 days – 13 nights

Fitness Level

Level 5

Activity Level


Comfort Level


BHD 990

14 – 16 Mixed

Adventure Profile



Trip Type

Mountains & Trails


14 days / 13 nights

Fitness Level

Level 5

Activity Level


Comfort Level



BHD 990



Led by:

Haya Alhozab

What to expect

A journey of the heart, mind and body, this expedition will surely give you something that no other journey can. It’s not only about reaching one of the most beautiful summits in the world. It’s more of conquering mountains within, gaining life changing experience, and seeing a side of you that you have never seen before.

This journey is for those who are in tune with nature and the outdoors with all it has to offer and are up for the physical and mental challenge that will come each day as they hike. It’s for people who are flexible and have lengthy stamina to welcome 12 days of hiking under different weather conditions with a big smile.

What’s included

  • All ground transportation
  • Internal flights Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu (Round Trip)
  • 11 nights guest house at Everest Base Camp Trek Route
  • Two nights luxury stay before and after the hike with breakfast
  • All meals during the hike
  • Licensed Experienced Trekking Guides
  • Sleeping bag, Trekking Poles, Duffle Bag (to be returned after trip completion)
  • All necessary hike documentation and permits (National Park permit, TIM’s card including local & Government tax)
  • Trekking Achievement Certificate
  • Porters for luggage transportation (1 Porter= 2 hikers)
  • All services charges and Government TAX
  • Farewell dinner with live cultural dance show

What’s not included

  • International Flights
  • Expenses of Personal Nature
  • Visa
  • Any Gratuities for the trekking guides
  • Mountain Insurance – Mandatory



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What’s special about Everest Base Camp?

EBC trek is truly a journey that should be in everyone’s bucket list as it ticks off so much, from reaching your final point of one of the highest mountains in the world, to getting to feel an incredible connection to the mountains and the Nepali people’s culture religion and hospitality.
Your adventure begins before you even reach the trail with the unforgettable flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. The airport is known for having a famously short runway and is perched atop a cliff.
And as you hike this 12-day soul enriching journey to reach the summit you’ll get to be mesmerized by the most magical panoramas of the Himalayas, views that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet. You will also discover your resilience and commitment to reaching a final goal with a group of people that will be a part of your life by the end of this trip!

How will the weather be like?

May is a very popular season in EBC for hikers and for those who love the spring. With the weather being dry and stable, it is ideal for hiking and high-altitude climbing.
At this time of year, the area is also at its liveliest, with rhododendrons in full bloom, lining many of the routes.
Generally, the temperature range highs of around 15 °C. At night the average temperatures drop down to around 0 °C. As we ascend to higher points the temperature decreases substantially .

Is it safe?

It is very safe. Our local partners make sure that we have everything we need and will be leading us along the correct paths every day during the trek.
We will be passing by many villages, and you will get a chance to meet other fellow hikers and natives from the village itself. Don’t be shy to initiate conversations or make friends as they are very friendly.

Do we need any cash?

You will need cash along the way for either souvenirs or snacks shopping in the villages that we will be crossing as we hike. You will also need cash for gratuities for the guides and porters on the last day of the hike. As we get closer to the day, don’t forget to ask your guide for the standard rate. It changes on a yearly basis.

Do I need any vaccines?

The common vaccinations such as tetanus, typhoid, polio and cholera are the recommended ones to keep up to date. If you’re up to date with these, then you shouldn’t have any issues in Nepal. That being said we do recommend to check with your local health centers if you need anything else as they might change.

Do I need Mountain Insurance?

Yes, it is mandatory to get world known insurance that include hiking or trekking activities within their policy. We do recommend as the plans they offer usually cover high altitude hikes.
Our team will be happy to help if you have any inquiries.

Are we fit enough to go? Will I be able to do it?

Everest base camp requires a high fitness level. It is always recommended to start training three months in advance, depending on your current personal fitness level. If you are a generally active person, you will easily reach up to the recommended fitness level required.
Having both endurance and stamina as a goal, cardio-based training along with focusing on strengthening certain muscles is all you need for the mountain.
Despite being a very achievable trek, keep in mind some of the challenges that come along with hiking 130km and climbing more than 5000m in altitude.

How do we prepare for summiting the Everest base camp?

Being mentally, physically and emotionally prepared for that 12 day hiking challenge that will impact you in so many ways is part of the experience.
A certain physical fitness is required as a minimum, but the more you train, the better! You will need the correct set of gear and clothes with you. And most importantly, you need to be ready mentally and emotionally as you will be far out of your comfort zone for 12 days. Once you start the hike, the most important part of getting ready is enjoying every bit of it along the way so get ready for ready for all the laughter, bonding moments, and unforgettable memories you will be building along the way.

How long will we be walking every day?

The most question we get during the climb is “how much longer?”. And we always advice that this should be the last thing you think about during your hike!
The trek comes lengthy at 130 km (round trip), but if you factor in walking 15 km a day for 12 days, and the pre-trip training it becomes manageable.
Having said that, the daily 15 km won’t be on a level, paved path. Instead, you’ll be hiking over some fairly rocky ground.
You can see how the trek gets a little more difficult when you consider the terrain in addition to the fact that you are usually hiking upwards and gaining altitude.
Fortunately, your bags will be carried by our porters or mules hired by the guides, leaving you to concentrate on hiking up the trail enjoying the surrounding nature, and interacting with the people throughout the several stops that we’ll be having!

Is it a technical climb?

No technical experience is required for this hike. You will be able to rent walking hiking poles once you reach to aid you through the climb.

How about the altitude?

The altitude is an elevation that we are generally not used to, especially if you’re coming from the middle east region. We won’t know how our body will react until we experience it, so you can be one of few hikers that don’t get affected by high altitude.

Generally, the side effects of high altitude can be headaches, nausea, and generally having a slower pace than what you are used to. We have a very simple and yet effective remedy to all of this.

All you need to do is hydrate and hydrate and then hydrate some more! The more you drink water during the hike the better your body will respond to the elevation gained each day. Hiking at a slow and steady pace and having a good fitness level as a base also gives your body enough time to acclimatize, so take your time!

I felt that I could not complete the climb, what should I do?

The ultimate goal of our guides is to make sure that you reach the base camp, keeping your safety the utmost priority. The team is trained to diagnose any symptoms that you might have from altitude or fatigue and make any arrangements necessary. Each hiker will also be insured during the 12 days climb for any evacuation or medical emergency procedures needed.

What are the kind of clothes that I need to take?

A packing list will be sent as soon as you confirm your participation in the trip. This will include clothes, bags, footwear, and some accessories. The rest of the camping equipment, if needed, will be provided by us. You will be sleeping in lodges along the way, so there won’t be any tents or mess halls.

How’s the food on the mountain?

The food will be a balanced diet, however as most of the region are Buddhist the availability of halal food is less so opting for vegetarian or fish dishes are the best options. Any dietary restriction will also be catered for.

Where will we be staying at?

During the trek we’ll be staying in the famous teahouses that you will be seeing along the trekking paths.
Staying there is an unforgettable moment, offering you the chance to relax, take in the warmth, and connect with people who are traveling from all over the world to share this same adventure.
Even though they are more like homestays than hotels, you will still be able to enjoy hot food, a shower, and a friendly welcome from the Nepalese locals. This is an incredible experience that not many tourists to Nepal will get to witness!

Is it shared accommodation? Can I have single occupancy?

The default is you sharing a room with someone. If you wish to have single occupancy, this can be provided prior to the trip depending on the availability.

How’s the bathroom and showers situation?

Very simple bathrooms will be available in the teahouses we’ll be staying at as well as the restaurants or cafes in the many villages we’ll come across daily.