On Everest Base Camp Trek-16 days we experience amazing mountain sees, get looks at the life of the world well known hikers (the Sherpas), enter Sagarmatha National Park, a world legacy site and visit high elevation Buddhist cloisters. Trekking to the Everest Base Camp of Nepal likewise gives us a chance to set out on an epic excursion that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay set off to in 1953. Our Sherpa will direct us to the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain, Everest on a bold trek bundle that likewise incorporates ascending Kalapathhar to appreciate the all encompassing perspectives on Everest and different Himalayas. Nothing beats the rush and feeling of achievement that holds climbers on observing the force and effortlessness of the powerful mountain very close.

The 16-day Everest Base Camp Trek agenda is intended for tenderfoot trekkers who are healthy with normal physical wellness. The adequate separation secured between day by day agendas, consistent addition of height and separate rest days guarantees that we are appropriately acclimatized to completely make the most of our trek to the Everest base camp. In any case, in the event that you wish to respond to a greater call offered by our office, Himalayan Glacier and “remain unexpected”, at that point Everest Base Camp Trek by means of Gokyo Lakes – 18 Days would be perfect. Another choice for experienced trekkers with constrained time would be Everest Base Camp Short Trek – 14 Days.

South Base Camp in Nepal
The Everest Base Camp trek on the south side is one of the most popular trekking routes in the Himalayas and about 40,000 people per year make the trek there from Lukla airport.[5]. Trekkers usually fly from Kathmandu to Lukla to save time and energy before beginning the trek to this base camp. However, trekking to Lukla is possible. There are no roads from Kathmandu to Lukla and as a result, the only method of transporting large and heavy goods is by plane.

Everest Base Trek Route Map from Nepal side
From Lukla, climbers trek upward to the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar, 3,440 metres (11,290 ft), following the valley of the Dudh Kosi river. It takes about two days to reach the village, which is a central hub of the area. Typically at this point, climbers allow a day of rest for acclimatization. They then trek another two days to Dingboche, 4,260 metres (13,980 ft) before resting for another day for further acclimatization. Another two days takes them to Everest Base Camp via Gorakshep, the flat field below Kala Patthar, 5,545 metres (18,192 ft) and Mt. Pumori.

On 25 April 2015, an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the moment magnitude scale, struck Nepal and triggered an avalanche on Pumori that swept through the South Base Camp.[6] At least 19 people were said to have been killed as a result. Just over two weeks later, on May 12, a second quake struck measuring 7.3 on the Mw.[7] Some of the trails leading to Everest Base Camp were damaged by these earthquakes and needed repairs.[5]

North Base Camp in China

A visit toward the North Base Camp right now requires a license from the Chinese government, over the grant required to visit Tibet itself. Such allows must be masterminded through movement organizations in Lhasa as a major aspect of a bundle visit that incorporate enlisting a vehicle, driver, and guide. The North Base Camp is gotten to by vehicle through a 100 km street fanning toward the South from the Friendship Highway close Shelkar. From the Base Camp, all sightseers must take the transports oversaw by the administration to constrain the traffic in the last stretch of rock street to a checked slope at 5,200 meters above ocean level just before the climbers’ camp. It is additionally conceivable to trek up from the vacationer camp, yet just when appropriately acclimatized.[8] The “visitor Base Camp” is situated somewhere between Rongbuk Monastery; the genuine climbers’ Base Camp is at the foot of Rongbuk icy mass.

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