Everest Base Camp Trek with Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour
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Everest Base Camp Trek with Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour

15 days
About this activity
Day 01 – Arrival. Pre-trip meeting. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 02 – Fly to Lukla (9,334 feet) and trek to Phakding (8,562 feet). Overnight at guesthouse. 

Day 03 – Trek to Namche Bazaar (11,290 feet). Overnight at guesthouse. 

Day 04 – Rest at Namche. Overnight at guesthouse.

Day 05 – Trek to Tengboche (12,600 feet). Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 06 – Trek to Dingboche (14,470 feet). Overnight at Guesthouse. 

Day 07 – Rest at Dingboche. Overnight at guesthouse. 

Day 08 – Trek to Lobuche (16,210 feet). Overnight at guesthouse. 

Day 09 – Trek to Gorakshep (16,942 feet). After lunch trek to Everest Base Camp (17,598 feet) and trek back to Gorakshep. Overnight at guesthouse. 

Day 10 – Hike up to Kala Patthar (18,519 feet) and trek to Pheriche (14,340 feet). Overnight at guesthouse. 

Day 11 – Trek to Namche Bazaar. Overnight at Guesthouse. 

Day 12 – Trek to Lukla. Overnight at Guesthouse. 

Day 13 – Fly to Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel.

 Day 14 - Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley. Farewell dinner. Overnight at hotel.

 Day 15 – Final Departure.

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  • Receive you from and drop you to the airport or hotel in our company vehicle.
  • Stay at a three-star hotel in Kathmandu on a twin-sharing basis. Breakfast is on us.
  • Stay at guesthouses during the trek on a twin-sharing basis.
  • Local government-licensed guides.
  • Guided sightseeing trip around Kathmandu valley.
  • Porters (one each for a pair of travellers) and local support staff to help you trek.
  • Fees for Sagarmatha National Park entering permit and Trekkers’ Information Management System card
  • A traditional Nepali feast with cultural shows as a farewell dinner.
  • All tourist fees, government charges and other official expenses throughout the trip.
Not included
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu & Meals during the trek.
  • Additional stay before, during or after the set itinerary.
  • Charges at airports or other areas for excess luggage.
  • Alcohol, hot or cold drinks, bottled water, and other snacks.
  • Phone calls, internet, laundry, additional porters, and other personal expenses.
  • Travel insurance. (It is compulsory and covers emergency rescue and evacuation.
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
  • Visa fees for entering Nepal.
  • Trekking equipment.
  • Other expenses not mentioned in “Included in cost” list.
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Requires you to climb mountains for most part of the trip but in short sessions and plenty of rest and sightseeing in between.
  • Please make sure you take a travel insurance at home before arriving here. It is mandatory and you cannot take it in Nepal. Your insurance agent will know which insurance plan suits your travel.
  • It is advisable that you free up a few days before and after your trip schedule. For reasons beyond our control like flight delays, accidents and natural hazards, the itinerary may have to be altered. Please note that the flight to Lukla, the first step in your journey, is very vulnerable to weather shocks and it is common that flights are delayed or cancelled due to unfavourable weather.
  • Please inform us and our guides if you have any medical condition that might affect your trip. Please consult your doctor beforehand for any precautions you need to take and always carry medicines if you need them. However, our guides and local support staff have been trained in basic medical intervention and your travel insurance covers any emergency rescue or evacuation.
  • You may decide to alter your itinerary to some degree as long as there are no time constraints and everyone consents, if you are travelling in a group. Talk to us before embarking on the trip or you may also talk to our guides to see if we can arrange something. One thing we have learned from mountaineering all these years is however good you plan your journey, there are bound to be some improvisations to make our experience richer.
  • Packing List for the Trip
  • 2 season sleeping bag – one. (You can rent one sleeping bag and one down jacket for the entire trip from us for USD 25)
  • Spring down jacket – one. (You can rent one sleeping bag and one down jacket for the entire trip from us for USD 25)
  • Duffel – one.
  • 35-45 liter daypack – one.
  • Hat (shade hat or baseball cap). You can additionally tie a bandana around your head or neck. (Mountain Kick provides you a baseball cap as a complimentary gift.)
  • You can alternatively use balaclava, beanie, or hooded jacket which will be quite sufficient to keep you warm.
  • Glacier glasses with side shields and 100% UV protection as you will face very intense sun rays at higher altitude with high UV radiation level. If you use prescription glasses, you can find glacier glasses with prescription lenses.
  • Headlamp that use lithium batteries. (It is recommended you carry spare batteries.)
  • Neckwarmer (optional).
  • Lip balm – two sticks. (You lips are bound to get chapped in the cold and dry weather.)
  • Synthetic liner gloves – one pair.
  • Winter fleece gloves or wool gloves – one pair.
  • Shell gloves – one pair.
  • Hand warmer (optional). Wearing multiple layers of your gloves should be enough.
  • T-shirt – two.
  • Lightweight thermal tops – two.
  • Fleece jacket – one.
  • Windstopper jacket (optional).
  • Rain jacket – one.
  • For women: synthetic sports bra – two.
  • Nylon hiking shorts – two pairs.
  • Trekking pants – two pairs.
  • Synthetic underwear – four.
  • Synthetic long underwear – two.
  • Synthetic softshell pant – one pair.
  • Waterproof pant – one pair.
  • Jeans, cotton or khaki pant – one pair.
  • Synthetic liner socks – four pairs.
  • Heavyweight socks – three pairs.
  • Lightweight socks – one pair.
  • Waterproof light trekking boots – one pair. Choose wisely as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  • Sneakers – one pair. (You will not be trekking throughout your vacation).
  • Hiking gaiters (optional).
  • Sandals (optional).
  • First aid kit (optional). Our guides always carry a professional first aid kit with them.
  • Your passport. Passport size photos – four copies.
  • Airline tickets.
  • SPF 40 sunscreen for UV protection.
  • A Swiss army knife.
  • A toiletry kit with towels, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, hand wipes, soaps, etc.
  • Trekking poles. These will provide stability, take the stress off your knees and greatly increase your trekking speed.
  • Munchies (all the walking might make you hungry during your trek).
  • Books or music player (a smartphone is great).
  • Note:
  • The lists have been prepared by our guides based on experience and are meant as suggestion for an average trekker. Each trekker will have his/her own preferences and necessities and we recommend carrying everything that you think you might need. You will find several options for each equipment and we advise to select the best match for your particular trip. You can purchase almost everything on the lists in Kathmandu and we are happy to help you choose
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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