10 days
Trip Level
Group Size
5545 m

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most spectacular trekking destinations in the world. It takes only Seven days to reach Everest Base Camp, and this small village is home to the highest concentration of climbers to be found anywhere on the mountain. Therefore, “Everest Base Camp Trek” is a must-do adventure for everyone who wants to go on a unique trekking adventure.

The short Everest Base Camp trek is ideal for anyone who wants to get into the Himalayas but can only spend a few weeks. It’s also a great way to explore the world’s stunning mountains at an affordable price.

The Everest Base Camp Trek is always on a bucket list for intrepid travelers due to the opportunity to enjoy some awe-inspiring vistas from the top of the mountain. Short Everest Base Camp 10 days Trek is suitable for trekkers with limited time and budget but always keen to achieve the dream of hiking in one of the world’s most popular destinations. It is, indeed, a lifetime experience of an adventure holiday.


Trekking through the Sagarmatha National Park is an opportunity to observe alien flora, fauna, and bio-diversities.
Climb Kala Patthar for a breathtaking close-up view of Mount Everest and Lhotse, and watch the sunset over it.

Be fascinated by the chilling wonder of the Khumbu Glacier towards Everest Base Camp, the trip’s final destination.
Trekking through the classic Everest Base Camp by following the legendary’s footsteps and experiencing the community’s lifestyle simultaneously.

Short Everest Base Camp Trek: Quick Facts
Trek Duration Ten days
Max. Altitude 5545 meters
Trek difficulty Strenuous
Trek Style Tea-houses/Lodges
Trek Starts/Ends Lukla
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10-Days Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary

Trekking to Everest Base Camp requires physical fitness because the route takes many ups and downs. There are many trekking routes in the Everest region; however, the Gokyo Ri Trek is suitable if you look less crowded and different.

The Tengboche Monastery is the highest gompa in the Everest region. The backdrop of the pristine Everest, Lhotse, and Ama-Dablam is eye-catching and is visible from the monastery.

Days Destination Altitude in Meters Walking Distance
1. Fly to Lukla, then trek to Phakding 2650 3h00
2. Namche Bazaar 3464 6h00
3. Tengboche 3800 5h00
4. Dingboche 4400 6h00
5. Lobuche 4900 6h00
6. Gorakshep (visit EBC 5364 m) 5100 7h00
7. Hike Kalapatthar 5545 m then trek to Pangboche 3900 7h00
9. Namche 3460 6h00
9. Lukla 2800 7h00
10. Fly back to Kathmandu

Reasons To Go To Trekking To Everest Base Camp

There are many reasons why people travel to the Himalayan region. Some want to get away from the crowds and experience a remote culture. Others wish to explore the beautiful and colorful scenery of the mountains. For others, it’s about climbing the highest mountain in the world. Whatever your reason, this Trek will be one of the most challenging treks you will ever do. Therefore, it’s essential to ensure that you are prepared before setting off on this adventure.

One of the best ways to experience the majesty of the Himalayas is to embark on an Everest Base Camp trek. This Trek will take you to some of the world’s most stunning landscapes and views and a new culture. The trekking route is challenging. The Trekou will be short, making it ideal for intrepid trekkers. However, there will be quite a lot of uphill and downhill climbing. This means that you should be prepared for an arduous trek.

The Best Time To Go To Everest Base Camp Trek

The best time to go to the Himalayas is during the comfortable or warmer months of the year. Bring warm clothes with you if you plan to go in spring and autumn. You will be uncomfortable during your trip if it’s cold. Wear a hat and thick gloves if you plan to go during winter. Bring some warm clothing if you are going to the Everest Base Camp. It will be much colder there than anywhere else in the Himalayas.

The weather in the Himalayas changes from season to season, so you must be prepared for various conditions. For example, if you’re going to be trekking for five days, you must pack enough food and water for your entire trip. It would help if you also considered how to keep yourself warm and dry. Most trekkers wear hats, gloves, and long underwear. It’s a good idea to bring rain gear, too.

For more information, please check out the article Everest Base Camp Trek: A Complete Guide.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu.

Arrival at the airport in Kathmandu. Welcome by the representative of the agency at the airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day 2: Kathmandu –Lukla (2800m) – Phakding(2600m) 40 minute by plane and 3h00 walk.

The adventurous journey to Everest Base Camp in the early morning transfer to the domestic terminal Flight to Lukla, the get way of Everest region and known as Khumbu too. Wonderful opportunities to see the chain Himalayas in a 40-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Then a short trek to Phakding.

Day 3: Trek to Namche Bazaar. (3440 m) 6h00 walk.

On the second of the journey, the trails lead you to Namche bazaar bypassing several Sherpa villages along the way with encountering smiling people, their vibrant cultures, landscapes, and forests. The trails ascend through the forests and bridges until reaching the meet point of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi. About 2 hours of steep climb; there is the first approach of Mt. Everest then continues to walk to Namche Bazaar the land of Sherpa.

Day 4: Namche – Tengboche (3860m)

It is as usual after the breakfast in Namche trek to the next destination Tengboche, a large monastery in the region where the Mani Rimdu festival conduct in October and many monks are meditation along the year. Enjoy the magnificent view of the thunder Himalayas. The trail goes regularly down to reach Sansa where we confluence a junction to go popular trail to Gokyo valley and Everest Base camp. Gradually descend to the Dudh Koshi River traversing villages and pine forests and cross a bridge slightly uphill similar to Tengboche.

Day 5: Tengboche - Dingboche (4410m)

]A picturesque visit surround the Monastery and Himalayan scenery in the morning, as usual, start day journey toward Dingboche. An easy walk along day even at high altitude passes through several villages, Mani walls, and chhorten, influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. Entering to Imja-Tse valley spectacular views of the mountain still remains from Dingboche

Day 6: Dingboche – Labuche (4900m) 5h00 walk

An adventurous journey to Everest base camp from Dingboche remains it Himalayan views in 360° along the trail to Lobuche. The trail seems easy to walk due to the altitude it’s difficult to breathe during the walk. On a steep walk through the moraine of Khumbu glacier from Thukla to Lobuche, we encounter many prayer flags and monuments in memory of the mountaineers who deceased during the expedition.

Day 7: Lobuche – Everest Base Camp (5364m) – Gorakshep (5140m) 7h00 walk.

The trail goes to Gorakshep along the edge of the Khumbu glacier. The vistas of snowy mountains we still perceive. A small climbing of Changri glacier and the zigzag trail gets Gorakshep. After having lunch in Gorakshep, heading to Everest Base Camp where we can see numerous tents Base camp for expedition purposes. Your dream comes true while reaching Everest Base camp, but Everest is not visible from here. Then back to Gorakshep.

Day 8: Gorakshep – Kalapattar (5545m) – Pangboche (3900m) 7h00 walk.

We achieved the ultimate goal of the trip. Here begins another climax of the trek to reach the top of Kala Patthar where we can see a stunning view of Mt. Everest so far. Then continue to descend to Panboche with similar views of thunder Himalayas.

Day 9: Pangboche – Namche 6h00 walk

Easy walk to Dibuche then climb up to Tengboche. Descending to Pungki thanka and climb up to Sanasa where the junction of the trail goes to Gokyo Lake, Khumjung village, and Namche. Afterward, easy walk to Namche, and the same views are remaining while ascending.

Day 10: Namche – Lukla 7h00 walk.

The first part of the trail is steep, descending up to River and passing the same things we have seen while ascending.

Day 11: Lukla – Kathmandu (Hotel includes)

Early morning, 40-minute thrilling flights to an airstrip at Lukla by private plane offer a marvelous view of Central Himalayas and as well as beautiful landscape and hills.

Day 12: Free day in Kathmandu (Hotel includes)

The day can be occupied as security day if the plane doesn’t fly in case of bad weather.

Day 13: Final departure.

Free time in Kathmandu and transfer to the airport two hours before the departure of your flight
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Kathmandu International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please depart at least 3 hours before the flight.
All airport/hotel transfers by private car.
Three nights 3-star hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
Domestic Airfare (Round Trip)
Accommodations during trek. (Lodges/Guest Houses/Tea houses).
Meal during the trek
An experienced English-speaking trekking guide, assistant guide (5 Trekkers:1 Assistant Guide) and porters (2 Trekkers:1 porter Max. 20 Kg.)
All necessary documentation and permits (National park permit, TIMS)
Transportation as per itinerary
A First Aid Kits
Applicable Government Taxes
International Airfare
Nepal Visa fee (Advice to bring accurate amount USD in cash)
Meals in Kathmandu (except breakfast)
Extra night hotel in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
Personal Expenses (i.e., phone calls, laundry, bar bills, extra porters, bottled or boiled water).
Travel Insurance
Guide & Porter gratuity

Indicated prices are in US$ dollars and payable in convertible currencies. All published rate on our website is set as low as possible. The prices may vary at any time due to currency fluctuation, fuel prices, and unforeseen economic circumstances. However, we guarantee our prices, which already signed up for your tour. Please consult us for a custom quote.

No, you are not allowed to drink water from the direct tap or streams on the Everest Region Trek. But you can also use a purifier or SteriPen. It is expensive to buy water (maybe ten times the cost of purchasing water in Kathmandu).
Be conscious. This trek will be over 3500 m in elevation. The possibilities of having an altitude illness usually begin at this altitude. But to prevent this, we have planned the itinerary to give you time to acclimatize as much as possible.
There’s nobody who’s going to suffer from altitude sickness. The younger and fitter people do not experience high altitude illnesses when they feel older and less fit. It’s not related to fitness or age. Speak to your private practitioner. Prescription medicines are available to help avoid the symptoms of altitude sickness. But go gently and listen to the body and be mindful of any changes and listen to your guide if he thinks that you have symptoms (which might not be apparent).
We will be able to collect your travel insurance policies and details before your trip. In case of emergency, we will be able to coordinate with your insurance company and helicopters company for emergency evacuation.
There is no doubt only be a First aid. We take a first-aid kit on every trip. We always advise you to make your own. Here’s a checklist of items you can bring, recommended. Vaccinations are not compulsory in Nepal; however, we suggest that you keep this checklist if necessary.
Yes, we only provide insurance to our staff. We recommend that you purchase insurance in your home country. Note: Insurance should cover medical and emergency evacuation.
No. The trails are well-known. You will not need crampons if you are not traveling in the mid-winter. Instead of the crampons, bring non-technical, lightweight spikes, are less costly and suit any shoe size.
No, we do not need tents or mattresses. There are tea houses along the trek.
When you forget something, it may be complicated to find something here. Check here for a detailed packing list for (general) trekking in Nepal. If you’re not a regular hiker, you can rent most of Nepal’s trekking equipment upon your arrival.
Anything you do not want for the trip can leave at our office or your hotel. We recommend that you make sure your bag is lockable.
Generally, we use local guides. Our guides have been numerous times on each trek to the relevant areas. All are qualified, competent, versatile, and certified licensed guides with the Government of Nepal.
If you use a porter, there are two advantages:
1. You can enjoy your trek entirely without carrying a heavy backpack.
2. Another is to increase the local communities’ income.
A porter can carry an average of 20 kg with his or her bag so that they can carry up to 16 kg of your equipment and gears. But we provide a backpack for them.
Yes, of course. We ensure that our staff is well insured.
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