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Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 16 Days

Best Price
Price starting from $1,199
US $ 935 per person
No of people Price per person
1 - 1 $1,199
2 - 4 $959
6 - 8 $935
10 - 12 $910
14 - 16 $885
16 days
Max. Elevation
Group size
Min 2-Max 16( Single Supplementary US$,250)
All ground
Best Season
Sept, Oct, Nov, March, April, May
Budget hotel in Kathmandu and lodge/Guesthouse en-route.
No Meal
Starts at
Ends at
Trip Route
Kathmandu- Salleri- Surke- Monjo- Namche- Dingboche- Everest Base Camp- Namche- Surke- Salleri- Kathmandu


    • Budgeted and less costly Everest Base Camp Trek
    • Economical Trek to Everest Base Camp from Kathmandu
    • Comfortable Local Lodge Accommodation and foods  
    • Experience local Sherpa Peoples’ lifestyle, culture and civilization
    • Traverse through Sagarmatha National Park, Lukla town, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche and Lobuche
    • Celebrate the cool, refreshing and energetic walks through the wild nature and mountain panoramas
    • Ascend to Hotel Everest View, the highest hotel in the world
    • Step at Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp and enjoy marvellous views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori and other alluring snow-covered summits
    • Enjoy witnessing the mighty Khumbu Glacier
    • Can experience an adventurous jeep ride to Surke or Thame Danda 

Celebrate this 16 days with Everest Base Camp Budget Trek with astonishing views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse and Pumori"

Since budget treks are becoming popular among global and internal tourists/trekkers, Everest Base Camp Budget Trek is one of them. Everest Base Camp Budget Trek is for those people who are looking for a short itinerary, less cost with all minimal expenses and minimal food and accommodation but still wish to celebrate this Adventure trek to Everest Base Camp as other people do in other normal and luxury Everest Base Camp Trek.

If you do the same thing and enjoy your trip in the same way just minimizing some extra expenses, then, why not go with Everest Base Camp Budget Trek? Yes, you should go with it avoiding all so-called luxuries and superficial accommodations and other comforts like helicopter flights and other chartered flights and private car transportation and star accommodations on the trail and in Kathmandu. These are all rubbish if you focus on your adventure and can still enjoy the same flavor of Everest Base Camp Trek with a low budget as well.

Don’t run with all the showy people and their attitudes of the way they do their Everest Base Camp Trek with full of luxuries and comforts. This Everest Base Camp Budget Trek begins with a very ordinary hostel or tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu which will be sufficient and comfortable to adjust for a single night in Kathmandu which reduces the Everest Base Camp Trek cost. You can also hire some necessary trekking equipment or checklists from the trekking gear shops in Kathmandu. We will help you do this after you arrive in Kathmandu.

Then, the trek will take you to Salleri and then to Thamedanda by sharing a jeep from Kathmandu. This is the way you avoid the  Lukla flight from Kathmandu. Then, you will trek to Sureke or Paiyu and then to Namche with local lodge accommodation which will be convenient enough for a single night stay.  Surke and Paiyu are the villages just below Lukla. They will provide you extra blanket as well on the trail.

The trail, then, will take you to Tengboche through Hotel Everest View (3880m) and then to Dingboche. After your acclimatization at Namche ( 3440m) and Dingbcohe, you will trek to Lobuche and trek to Everest Base Camp (5364m) and ascend to Kalapatthar( 5545m) and enjoy a very panoramic view of Mt. Everest and other grand mountain summits from both viewpoints: Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp. You will make history by stepping onto the Everest Base Camp with a low budget if you choose this Everest Base Camp Budget Trek as other people do in other ordinary and luxury Everest Base Camp Trek.

Further, you will have the chance to explore and experience Sagarmatha National Park and the Sherpa People’s lifestyle, culture and civilization. At the same time, you will relish on having local Sherpa food items on the trail.

This 16-day Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Itinerary has been set very perfectly so that the trekkers can have a memorable trekking experience of ascending and stepping at the Everest Base Camp in a budgeted way. Don’t worry about the accommodation; you will have the same accommodation as other ordinary Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary offers the trekkers but not luxury. You will be happy and satisfied to have the type of accommodation you get during your Everest Base Camp Budget Trek.

How you benefit from this Everest Base Camp Budget Trek? 

You are hugely benefitted by this 16-day Everest Base Camp Budget Trek as you are not going to include any kind of luxuries during your trip and even you are not going to use the expensive Lukla flight from Kathmandu and back to Kathmandu. Instead, you are using a sharing jeep to Surke or Thame Danda via Salleri and the same thing while getting back to Kathmandu. You do not need to worry about the Lukla flights and the interruptions caused by the bad weather conditions during the trip. Actually, many people are stranded either in Kathmandu or in Lukla airport due to Poor visibility during the flights and as a result, the flights are either delayed or cancelled. 

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Permits Required:

Trekking to Everest Base Camp, located in the majestic Himalayas of Nepal, is a dream adventure for many outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. However, before embarking on this awe-inspiring journey, it is essential to obtain the necessary permits to ensure a smooth and legal trekking experience. Three permits are required for the Everest Base Camp Short trek: the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card, the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit, and the Khumbu Area Entry Permit.

The TIMS card is an important document that tracks trekkers' information for their safety and security. It is issued by the Nepal Tourism Board and is mandatory for all trekkers. The TIMS card helps to keep a record of trekkers' itineraries and ensures that necessary rescue and medical services can be provided in case of emergencies. It also helps to monitor the flow of tourists and collect data on trekking activities in the region. TIMS Card Costs $20 per person. You can collect it through the trekking/travel company you are using for your  Everest Base Camp Budget Trek. 

The Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit is required to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses the Everest region. The permit aims to conserve the natural and cultural heritage of the area and funds various conservation and development projects. It is issued by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation and allows trekkers to explore the stunning landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and the unique Sherpa culture of the region. It costs $30 per person. 

The Khumbu Area Entry Permit is another crucial permit required for the  Everest Base Camp Budget trek. It is issued by the local government of the Khumbu region and serves to manage and regulate trekking activities in the area. The permit fees contribute to local development projects, infrastructure improvements, and environmental conservation efforts. It has been in the implementation for the last 5 years. It costs $20 per person. 

To obtain these permits, trekkers can either apply individually or through a registered trekking agency in Nepal. The permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or in Lukla, the starting point of the trek. It is important to carry these permits throughout the trek and present them at various checkpoints along the route.

In conclusion, trekking to Everest Base Camp requires three permits: the TIMS card, the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit, and the Khumbu Area Entry Permit. These permits not only ensure a legal and organized trekking experience but also contribute to the preservation and sustainable development of the Everest region. Obtaining these permits allows trekkers to immerse themselves in the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas and experience the rich culture and hospitality of the Sherpa people. Please, do not board on the trek until you collect these three different permits. If any inconveniences occur, please feel free to contact us. 

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Best Weather of the Year:

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek is a mesmerizing adventure that offers breathtaking views of the world's highest peak. When it comes to the best weather for this trek, both autumn and spring seasons stand out. Autumn, which spans from September to November, is considered the peak season due to its favorable conditions and moderate temperatures. With clear skies, crisp air, and stable weather, trekkers can enjoy uninterrupted views of the majestic Himalayas. During autumn, temperatures at Everest Base Camp range from around -10°C (14°F) to -15°C (5°F), making it essential to pack warm clothing. Spring, from March to May, is another excellent time to undertake the Everest Base Camp Trek. As the snow starts to melt, the landscape comes alive with colorful blooms, offering a stunning contrast against the snow-capped peaks. The temperatures during spring are slightly milder compared to autumn, ranging from -5°C (23°F) to -10°C (14°F) at Everest Base Camp. Both seasons have their marvelous highlights. Autumn provides spectacular views and stable weather, while spring showcases vibrant flora and the chance to witness mountaineering expeditions preparing to conquer Everest. Regardless of the season you choose, the Everest Base Camp Trek promises a once-in-a-lifetime experience, immersing you in the beauty and grandeur of the Himalayas.

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Level of Difficulty: 

The  Everest Base Camp Budget Trek is a challenging but immensely rewarding adventure. Also. some people consider it as a moderate adventure. With an elevation ranging from 2,800 meters to 5,380 meters, it demands a moderate to high level of fitness and endurance. The journey involves trekking through rugged terrains, steep ascents, and rocky paths, which can be physically demanding. Altitude sickness is a potential risk as you ascend to higher elevations, so acclimatization and careful pacing are crucial. The weather can be unpredictable, with freezing temperatures and strong winds, adding to the difficulty. However, the stunning views of towering peaks, picturesque landscapes, and the sense of achievement make this trek a bucket-list experience for adventure enthusiasts.

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Preparations: 

Preparing for the  Everest Base Camp Budget trek requires thorough planning and physical readiness. Begin by obtaining proper permits and travel insurance. Acquire essential trekking gear, including sturdy boots, layered clothing, a warm sleeping bag, and a reliable backpack. Train your body for endurance and acclimatization to high altitudes. Research and familiarize yourself with the trail, its landmarks, and potential challenges. Arrange transportation to Lukla, the starting point of the trek. During the trek, ascend gradually, allowing your body to adjust to increasing elevations. Stay hydrated, maintain a slow pace, and listen to your body. Lastly, hire an experienced guide or join a reputable trekking group for added safety and guidance.

Most importantly, prepare and carry authentic travel insurance that can rightly cover all kinds of risk coverage and address any serious health issues if you have by consulting a doctor before venturing onto the Everest Base Camp Budget Trekking trail.

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek Altitude Sickness Information :

Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), can affect trekkers in Everest Base Camp Trekking due to the high altitude above 5000m.  Both Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp are located above 5000m high.

Symptoms may include headaches, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue. To prevent altitude sickness, gradual acclimatization is essential. Trekkers should allow their bodies time to adjust to the increasing altitude by taking regular rest days, drinking plenty of fluids, and avoiding alcohol and smoking. Slow ascent rates and proper hydration are crucial. It is advisable to consult with a doctor, carry necessary medications like acetazolamide, and pay attention to symptoms.

In case you get acute mountain sickness on the trail, you will be cared for by our team members suggesting what to do to get better health conditions. If the problem persists, then, you will, in no time, be evacuated and taken to Kathmandu for further treatment. Follow your guide/leader’s instructions properly.

Trekking with a trained guide who understands AMS can also help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Need to know more about high altitude sickness? Then, click  the link: altitude-sickness-information

More about Everest Base Camp Budget Trek? 30 Everest Base Camp Trek FAQs Replied.

How is Everest Base Camp? 

Everest Base Camp (5364m) is the top most trekking altitude in the world; after that, the climbing begins. Everest Base Camp is around 2 hours walk from Gorekhshep. Gorekhshep is the last human settlement in Everest Base Camp Budget Trek.

Everest Base Camp is a flat and rocky area in Sagarmatha National Park. It is located at an altitude of 5364m above sea level. It is decorated with some colourful prayer flags which you can find fluttering all the time by the cool wind. Moreover, it is written on a flat stone ‘ Everest Base Camp-5364m’. You can make the photograph there for the memory. 

Everest Base Camp offers you exhilarating mountain views of surrounding peaks, glaciers and avalanches. Mt. Everest will be the most mesmerizing among them. 

Everest Base Camp is, normally, a windy core mountain area where people even love camping overnight. This will be a big achievement for the adventure enthusiasts. 

If you want to know about the challenges on Everest Base Camp Budget Trek, then, click the link: Everest Base Camp-Challenges

Do you want to know about the top things to do in the Everest Base Camp trek?  Then, click the link: things to do- Everest Base Camp

Major Places to Explore in  Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 

Lukla (2,860m): The starting point of the Everest Base Camp Short Trek, Lukla offers a thrilling mountain flight and a bustling gateway to the Himalayas. Lukla has two highlights: Lukla Airport and Lukla Town. You can go around the town and explore it. It is inhabited by Sherpa people and you can get some shops, lodges, ATMs and hotels. 

Namche Bazaar (3,440m): A vibrant Sherpa town, Namche Bazaar is a cultural hub with markets, shops, and tea houses. It provides stunning panoramic views of the mountains  Konde Peak, and Thamserku..... and is an acclimatization stop for trekkers. Now, it is modernized with some banks, luxury hotels, ATMs, hospitals and shopping centres. 

Tengboche (3,860m): Known for its picturesque Tengboche Monastery, this serene village offers a spiritual retreat amidst breathtaking mountain vistas and is a significant cultural and religious centre in the Everest region. Tengboche is located at the centre of the Sagarmatha National Park.

Everest Base Camp (5,364m): The ultimate destination of the trek, the Base Camp offers awe-inspiring views of the Khumbu Icefall, towering peaks, and a chance to witness the spirit of mountaineering. Putting your footsteps at Everest Base Camp will be a lifetime memory. 

Kala Patthar (5,545m): A popular viewpoint, Kala Patthar rewards trekkers with a panoramic vista of Mount Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse. It's the perfect spot to witness sunrise or sunset over the majestic Himalayas. Kalapathar has a helipad where people land while doing the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour and enjoy the majestic mountain views.

How will be my guide and porter during  Everest Base Camp Budget Trek? 

The guides and porters working for Haven Holidays are very professional and highly experienced. They are trained with skills of languages and trekking skills. Also, they have a very comprehensive knowledge of culture, mountain peaks, flora and fauna, civilization, local foods and local people.  Furthermore, they are familiar with the risks that may occur during the trek and can handle acute mountain sickness too. No need to panic that our guides and porter will help you in the arrangement of accommodation and meals for you from the very beginning to the end of your Everest Base Camp Budget Trek.  

They are friendly, co-coordinating and prompt to you all the time. Even the porters can impart you many things during the trek along with carrying your stuff.  

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 2024 :

Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 2023/2024 will be more popular among global tourists/trekkers since the passion and the charm of the people to step in their footsteps at the highest base camp in the world. More people will flock to Everest Base Camp as the number of adventures is growing day by day. Most importantly, people want to create a history of putting their footsteps at the highest mountain base camp in the world with a low budget, not in an expensive way as money will be the most important thing in the world and they want to save it for other vacations too. 

The Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 2023/2024 trail also will be more fascinating and safer though you pay less than for other trekking rips in the Everest region. The trails are being renovated and the local lodges are being constructed on the trail. For the security and safety of the trekkers, the tourism ministry of Nepal and the local people are putting their efforts into establishing police check post and listening to their complaints instantly. 

If you want to know more about Everest Base Camp Short Trek Cost and Everest Base Camp Trek Itineraries comprehensively, more here: Everest Base Camp Short Trek Itinerary and Everest Base Camp Trek Cost. 

New luxury hotels and modern restaurants are being introduced on the trail so that trekkers will be more facilitated and feel more convenient for food and accommodations. By Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 2023/2024, trekkers will be able to enjoy luxury accommodations and a variety of continental foods as well on the Everest Base Camp Budget Trekking Trail. This is good news for us all who are travelling to Everest Base Camp Budget Trek. Even the budget trekkers will have a chance to experience a better level of accommodation and food in the days to come. 

So if you are making the grand  Everest Base Camp Budget Trek, even the price will be very competitive as more adventure seekers will join this trip. Enjoy your Everest Base Camp Budget Trek with more facilities and comforts. Of, course, there will be more Everest Base Camp Short Trek departure dates, Everest Base Camp Budget Trek flights to Lukla, Everest Base Camp Trekking Prices and many more. 

We also operate alternative Everest Region Treks 

Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter 

Everest Helicopter Tour

Everest Short Trek 

We also offer

Ghorepani Trek

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Langtang Valley Trek

Manaslu Trek

Internet and Wi-fi facility in  Everest Base Camp Budget Trek 

Internet and Wi-fi facilities are available around the trip in Everest Base Camp Budget Trek. The local guesthouses and the lodges have Wi-fi facilities and you can have easy access to your smartphone or laptop/tab. Moreover, you can instantly talk to the person you like from the Everest Base Camp Budget Trekking Trail. You can share the photos and views simultaneously. 

But, for installing/accessing internet/Wi-fi in your device, you may have to pay some charge like RS. 200-300 depending on the places where you stay. If you want to escape this charge, then, you can buy a Nepali SIM Card and buy a data pack in Kathmandu for your Everest Base Camp Short Trek. 

Want to know more things about Everest Base Camp Trek? Then, click the link: trip-to-Everest-base-camp

Important Note

Trekking Mode:  On the locally available lodge en-route trekking.

Trekking Grade:  Moderate to Adventurous due to high altitude.

Highest Point:  on the top Kalapathar 5,545 m /18,192 feet and Everest Base Camp 5,364 m / 17, 598 feet.

Local culture/religion:  Tibetan sect of Buddhism the Mahayana.

Trekking duration:  13 Nights and 14 Days from Surke to Surke.

Total Trip in Nepal:  15 Nights and 16 Days from arrival to departure.

Major Places to Visit:  Salleri , Monjo, Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar

Best Seasons for Everest Base Camp Budget Trek:

Everest Base Camp Trek can be done annually, except for wet monsoon times from mid-June to August. The best seasons are spring and autumn/fall, the peak time for trekking and other adventures around the Himalayas.

Springtime begins from March onward to May, when wildflowers are in seasonal bloom. The day is much longer full of sunshine, and can get cloudy in the afternoon sometimes. Chances of light rain and snow during the treks sometimes. However, sunny days for views, pleasant walks, cold mornings, late afternoons, and nighttime. 

The next best time is autumn/fall, days are mostly clear with enough sunshine, but shorter days are due to sunlight hours. Cold mornings and nighttime can get snowed sometimes, with shorter days due to sunlight hours.

Interested people can trek during winter times from December to February, most days are crystal clear for views and walks. But shorter sunlight hours, much cold morning, late afternoon, and nighttime. You can expect snowfall sometimes during wintertime.

If you want to know some more authentic details about Weather in Nepal, please click the link: weather-in-Nepal

Must Know Information 

High Altitude Sickness,

High altitude sickness is a condition that can occur when our body is not adapting well to having less atmospheric pressure and oxygen at high altitudes. It typically affects individuals who are not acclimatized to high altitudes and can be potentially dangerous if progresses to more severe forms without treatment. 

Causes of Altitude Sickness,

Low Atmospheric Pressure: The decrease in atmospheric pressure is primarily due to the thinner air at high altitudes. Low atmospheric pressure at high altitudes has several effects on the human body and develops altitude illness. 

Less Oxygen:  The primary factor in altitude sickness, oxygen pressure becomes thinner at higher altitudes. This leads to hypoxia, in this condition body tissues have inadequate oxygen.

Rapid Ascent: Ascending to high altitude rapidly does not give your body enough time to adjust to the changing altitude and the reduced oxygen levels.

Sometimes, it may occur due to: 

Impure Water from local taps/streams/river

Consumption of excessive alcohol 

Excessive smoking at higher altitude 

Food Contaminant

Existing health issues, 

If you want to learn more information about High Altitude Sickness and prepare for it click the link: altitude-sickness-information

Things to know before deciding on a trip to Nepal,

People type and search for things to know before deciding on a trip to Nepal on Google and other social media platforms and find several posts about the topic. Though you are fed several pieces of information about things you should do before deciding on a trip to Nepal, you have to be very selective about the authentic ones. If you go haphazardly through the article and the information, you may be misled while travelling in Nepal and before deciding on a trip to Nepal. Ultimately, your vacation trip will be nasty. So, you must be very watchful about the must-know things to know before departing to Nepal from your country.

Various things are must-know things before deciding a trip to Nepal but a few things are much more important things to know before departing from your country. There are must-know things before deciding on a trip to Nepal. They are Weather Conditions, Geography and Culture, Currency, Food and Accommodation and Health and Securities. Now, let’s talk . For this click:  must know things before deciding a trip to Nepal.

Nepal Travel Info,

A small landlocked country situated between China and India, covering 0.03% of the whole continent, is Nepal. Also known as the land of the Himalayas, Nepal is a treasure cove for adventure activities. Eight of the fourteen highest mountains above the height of 8000m lie here. Trekkers are bound to come across countless forests, gushing rivers, turquoise lakes, and sparkling glaciers on the trekking routes. More: Nepal Travel Info

Final Note,

Lukla Flights are, sometimes, disturbed due to bad weather conditions. Try to arrange 1-2 spare days for Everest Base Camp Budget Trek in case of postponement or cancellation of the Lukla flight from and to Kathmandu. Also, check the weather forecast for the few upcoming days while flying to and from Lukla. 

Trip Itinerary

On first arrival at Kathmandu and Nepal international airport, Haven Holidays' Representative will receive you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. After getting introduced with the staff or the representative, your baggage will be loaded either in car, coach or bus as per group size. A short drive to the center of Kathmandu city, where your hotels is located. On checking to your lovely rooms, getting refreshed from Jet-Lag, then get ready for group briefing. Where you will meet with other members of Everest base camp Short trek.
The guide or group leader brief with related information regarding the trek, culture, accommodation and foods. Includes information about hours of walks and overnight stops and views along the treks. Rest of the time will be yours and can enjoy whatever way you like.

Optional Itinerary: If you arrive earlier on the day, you can do some sightseeing tour of Kathmandu including Swyombhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Patan.

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Budget Hotel


No Meal

Driving from Kathmandu to Salleri offers an alternative to flying for those trekking to the Everest region. You will ride on a sharing jeep from Kathmandu to Salleri today. This drive will last for 7-8 hours. 

Leave the hotel with a packed breakfast, and head to Gausala, Kathmandu, where the sharing jeep is available. Your guide will arrange it for you. 

You begin this jeep drive along Pasang Lhamu Highway until you reach Khurkot, Okhaldhunga and finally reach Salleri. You'll this drive today as you pass through beautiful landscapes and local villages with winding rivers and waterfalls on the way to Salleri. 

Salleri Bazaar, the administrative headquarters of the Solukhumbu District in eastern Nepal, serves as a gateway to the Everest region. Located at an altitude of approximately 2,362 meters. The town is accessible by road and is an alternative starting point for treks to Everest Base Camp, especially for those seeking to avoid the flight to Lukla. The surrounding landscape is characterized by lush hills and scenic views, making it a pleasant spot for trekkers and travellers.

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You begin today's trip with a short jeep drive to either Thamdanda and begin your trek for either Paiyu or Surke. 

You again have an adventurous drive by sharing jeep to either Thamdanda 2-3 hours and you will enjoy the trek through awe-inspiring landscapes till you get to Surke. 

Surke is a beautiful settlement resided by Sherpa people  just below Lukla airport and Lukla town. 

Arrive at Surke and stay overnight at local lodge. 

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Today's walk will take you to the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park which is Monjo. You will enjoy this section of today's walk via deep woods of fir, rhododendron, juniper, oak and pine forest. Also, you will celebrate this beautiful walk by crossing suspension bridges and passing through local Sherpa people's settlements, Ghat. Phakding, Tot-tok and Banker. Monjo is a serene and picturesque village that offers a glimpse into the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Everest region. Stay overnight at the local lodge. 

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Morning after breakfast, enjoy the pleasant walks on gradual trail and crossing a long suspension bridge, with slow climb after Monjo village. From Monjo enter the famous Sagarmatha National Park (Sagarmatha name for Mt. Everest in Nepal, while the Sherpa call as Chomolungma of Tibetan origin language). Entering the park cross another bridge above Dudh Koshi River to Jorsalle village for lunch stop. Afternoon walk follows the river bed amidst lovely cool forest of rhododendron, oaks, pines and fir trees. Slowly the walk leads to climb then cross the last bridge to Namche Bazaar, from the bridge undulating winding ups till Namche Bazaar is reached for overnight halt.

Namche Bazaar the major commercial hub of Khumbu villagers as well as for trekkers, a moderate size town. Where all good houses serves as guest-house, lodges and hotels placed stands on an amphitheater U shaped. Great views of Kwangde and Tharmasarku peaks, at Namche Bazaar check into a nice lodge for two overnights stay.

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Namche Bazaar a perfect place for rest day, as well as right altitude for acclimatization before heading higher elevate.

Things to do in Namche Bazaar on rest day:

Enjoy the pleasant rest day with short hike to the view-point above Namche Bazaar for best look of Mt. Everest. Includes grand view of Ama Dablam(6,812 metres (22,349 ft), Tharmasarku and Kwangde peaks with aerial view of Namche Bazaar.

From the high view-point visit the nearby national park museum treasures all necessary information of Khumbu region. The history, cultures of Sherpa tribe, flora/fauna, and history of mountaineering around Khumbu and Mt. Everest.

For energetic people, they can hike up to Everest View Hotel about 2 hours walks with steep climb. Provides excellent views of Mt. Everest in the comfort of luxury Everest View Hotel at 3,880 m high.

Afternoon browse around the streets of Namche Bazaar lined with shops, stores, banks, includes fancy restaurants and café.

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Adventure continues from Namche Bazaar, after an enjoyable and pleasant rest day, the first part of the walk is gradual. From Namche Bazaar after a short steep climb, the trail leads with scenic views of Everest and an array of peaks. 

After a few hours of a good walk, downhill to Imjatse River a favorite lunch spot at Phungi Tenga. The afternoon climb starts through dense beautiful woods of tall rhododendrons, pines and fir trees, and after a few hours reaches Tengboche.  

Tengboche is one of the most exciting picturesque and photogenic spots en route to Everest base camp with the majestic colourful monastery. Enjoy the sweeping panorama of Everest, Ama Dablam with a series of snow-capped peaks, located amidst beautiful forest surrounding. At Tengboche, several simple good lodges serve nice foods or enjoy a short walk further down to Deboche for an overnight halt. Staying in Tengboche or a little further downhill, but having time to visit the monastery interior of great cultural and religious interest. 

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Staying overnight in Tengboche or at Deboche facing grand views of Mt. Everest and Ama Dablam. Morning walk heads down to cross a strong suspension bridge, leaving the tall trees behind for mountain wilderness. Crossing the Imjatse River a slow climb to Pangboche, the last permanent village en-route Everest base camp.

From Pangboche onwards with temporary settlements at Dingboche, Pheriche, Lobuche and Gorakshep. Walk heads higher with great close views of the majestic
peak of Ama Dablam. Slowly the walk heads to a small stream and then an hour climb to enter Imjatse valley. Where the lovely settlement of Dingboche is located beneath the towering North Face of Ama Dablam facing views of the famous Island Peak.

Dingboche houses many nice lodges and restaurants within scenic Imjatse Valley from here onwards within the foothills of giant Himalayan peaks.

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A great scenic spot Dingboche for another pleasant rest, enjoy the morning hike on top of Nakarjung hill. Offers a grand panorama of snow-capped peaks that surround the beautiful Imjatse Valley. From the top ridge of Nakarjung facing views of Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam and Island Peak with Mt. Makalu. It is important for trekkers heading to Everest Base Camp or other high-altitude destinations. This rest day helps your body adjust to the thinner air, reducing the risk of altitude sickness. Trekkers typically take short hikes to higher elevations and return to sleep at a lower altitude, a strategy known as "climb high, sleep low."

These hikes not only aid acclimatization but also provide a chance to enjoy the breathtaking Himalayan scenery. Rest of the afternoon relax and enjoy a short stroll around Dingboche amidst beautiful scenery.

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Adventure slowly leads us closer towards our main destination Everest base camp, a morning short climb to a high ridge. From the scenic ridge adorned with prayer monuments, a pleasant walk on a gradual up to Thugla. A small settlement with few huts serves as tea houses and restaurants, a possible lunch stop before the trek up to Lobuche. Thugla where the trail from Pheriche and Dingboche joins towards Lobuche and Everest base camp. From here a steep climb of less than an hour to Thugla Ridge where you're referring to a memorial dedicated to those who have lost their lives on Mount Everest and surrounding peaks, various memorials along the trekking routes to Everest Base Camp and the Everest region commemorating climbers and Sherpas have died on the mountain. These memorials serve as reminders of the risks and challenges associated with climbing Everest and pay tribute to those who have perished while pursuing their dreams. The trail follows on gently up to Lobuche for an overnight stop. Lobuche is a small settlement with several fine good lodges with grand views of Lobuche and Nuptse Peak.

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Our main and final day of the adventure, as well as the longest high-altitude trek, to complete our major goal. Start the early morning with a slow walk for an hour and then climb over the rocky moraine above the Khumbu glacier. Then down to a flat sandy glacial field at Gorakshep, the last settlement before Everest base camp.

Gorakshep is located beneath Mt. Pumori and Kalapathar rocky scenic peak as well en route to Everest base camp. From Gorakshep few hours of good walk reach you at Everest base camp, after walking through a glaciated path.

At Everest base camp enjoy the dramatic arctic zone of icy landscapes with massif Khumbu Ice-Fall and glacier. An exciting place to experience standing on the foot of Mt. Everest, Nuptse and Lhotse. During mountaineering expeditions, the base camp is flooded with various nationalities tented camp and commotion.

After achieving the goal of a lifetime, return walk to Gorakshep for the last overnight on the highest spot in the Everest region.

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Rise up early morning for stunning sunrise views and clear views of surrounding towering snow-capped peaks. Start the climb towards Kalapathar's rocky hilltop, a strenuous haul for a few hours, once on top. Enjoy the glorious sunrise with the closest views of Mt. Everest with adjoining giant peaks, after a refreshing morning climb.

Descend to Gorakshep for breakfast, and then on the road downhill to Thukla and then to Pheriche Valley for an overnight stay.

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Enjoy the morning views of Ama Dablam, after breakfast head down to Tengboche. Having a refreshing stop along with the surrounding grand panorama of peaks and serene Sagarmatha National Park at Tengboche, you will descend to the river, Phungi Tenga, and ascend to the trail which takes you to Namche Bazaar. Reaching the junction of Namche Bazaar, Khumjung and the trail to Gokyo, from here onwards an easy pleasant walk to Namche Bazaar.  

Trekking back to Namche Bazaar from higher elevations, such as Everest Base Camp or Dingboche, is a rewarding journey that takes you through the heart of the Khumbu region. The descent involves retracing steps through familiar paths, offering a chance to enjoy the scenery with less exertion compared to the ascent.

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Walk down to the suspension bridge and cross it to move to the other side of the Dudhkoshi river. You, now, begin to enjoy walking through serene and cool shady trail with local people and mules carrying heavy loads. 

You love crossing thrilling suspension bridges several times and finally arrive at Surke and enjoy this second last day of your Everest Base Camp Budget Trek with your friends and team. 

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Walk along the riverside and cross the supension bride to reach the other side in lower Everest region. After a few hours of walk, you will reach Thamedanda from where you can get jeep drive to Salleri. 

You get the sharing jeep from Thamedanda and drive back to Salleri. 

Arrive at Salleri and stay overnight at local lodge and prepare for the next day's long drive back to Kathmandu from Salleri. 

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Drive via rough country road in the beginning as you leave Salleri for Kathmandu. The road is little bumping and dusty and later it turns to be smooth and via Khurkot and finally through Bhaktapur, you will enter into Kathmandu and check in the hotel. 

Get refreshed with shower, have some snacks and stroll around the city. Attend a beautiful cultural farewell dinner with Haven Holidays Team in the evening. 

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What's Includes

      • All Arrival and Departure from Airport to Airport and late afternoon at 4pm group orientation.
      • Twin sharing room on Budget standard hotels in Kathmandu(For single supplement at extra cost).

      • Both way sharing Jeep drive services like,(Kathmandu-Salleri-Thamdanda-Kathmandu).
      • In the trekking twin sharing accommodation on best available lodges/Guesthouse.
      • Providing guide and Porter as per size two each to one porter(It means Two people for one Porter) .

      • Wages, meals, medical allowance of guide and porters.

      • Insurance of Guide and porters.
      • Applicable Trekking Permits and National Park fees.

      • Comprehensive Medical Kit carried by our staff if required for minor wounds and sickness.

      • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.

What's Excludes

    • Nepal Visa, Personal Medical & Travel Insurance.

    • Expenses of a personal nature, meals on the entire trip and gratitude or tipping
 for the guide and porter
    • Personal trekking gear, including sleeping bags and down jackets.
    • Emergency Evacuation if required by any means of quick transportation Service.

    • Personal medical kit, as advised by your doctors.

    • Early return from the trek due to personal domestic or medical reasons, no refund will be entertained on breaking the journey.
    • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner when you are in Mountain and Kathmandu city.

Trip Info


You will arrive either by air or land to Nepal. If you arrive in Nepal by air, you have to use only Tribhuvan International Airport. Instead, if you use the road, you can enter or arrive in Nepal by land, you can different borders of Neighboring countries (India and China) like  Jogbani, Raksaul, Sunauli, Nepaljung, Dhangadi, Birjung, Kakarvitta, Jhapa, Morang, Tatopani, Tinker, Rasuawagadi, Kimanthanka etc. You can use whichever entrances you like to suit your comfort and convenience. 

On Arrival, you will have the on-arrival visa instantly if you have not applied Nepal visa for Nepal through the consulate centre or Nepal Embassies near you or your city.  Within half an hour, you can get an instant authentic visa on your passport after producing all the required documents for the visa.

Tourist Visa Nepal,

A tourist Visa is on arrival visa in Nepal. It means tourists who are visiting Nepal can get the visas instantly on arrival at International Airports by producing all required documents. It’s a quick and not a delayed process. TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport) under the Department of Immigration has been facilitating tourists flying to Nepal by providing visas on Arrival. The 'On Arrival' visa procedure is very quick and simple. Within 5-10 minutes, you will get a visa on your passport. However, You can expect some queues during peak Tourist season (Autumn-Sep-Nov). If you wish to skip those queues, you can also consider getting a Visa from Nepalese Diplomatic Missions stationed abroad before your arrival. Actually, we recommend you obtain a visa before you enter Nepal from the diplomatic missions located nearby you so that you don’t need to bear any hassles during the process of obtaining a tourist visa on arrival. The choice is yours.

For more information plz click:tourist-visa-Nepal

Transfer to Hotel,

The majority of people/trekkers enter Nepal by air and that is via Tribhuvan International Airport. We receive you at the arrival of any entry point of Nepal or mainly at Tribhuvan International Airport without any delay according to your arrival time. It may take some time like 30   minutes to collect your luggage and for security checking at the airport. After that, you make your way to the exit of the airport and the Haven Holidays Pvt. Ltd. Representative will be waiting there holding the Board Witten “Haven Holidays Pvt. Ltd” As you see the board, you have to go with him or her and we will make a very comfortable transfer to the hotel you are staying overnight. The transfer from Tribhuvan International Airport and Thamel, the hotel where you are staying will take just 30 minutes drive. 

Get checked in the hotel take a rest and get refreshed. We will give you the time for orientation after you get checked into the hotel. 


As you are given the time when you get checked in the hotel, you will be followed by our staff for the orientation. It may be on the same day or later the next day early in the morning at breakfast. 

We will briefly let you know the trip you are undertaking from the next day or the same day onwards. You will be stated about the highlights of the trip, preparations, equipment, food and accommodation, guide and porter, emergency rescue, travel insurance and many other important things to know beforehand. 

We will introduce you to the trip crew and have a brief talk with them so that you can feel more comfortable during the trip. 

If you have any queries, you can put them in this orientation meeting before you depart for your trip. 

Last Minute Booking, 

Last-minute booking is always open for you but the same package tends to be a little more costly than the regular departure dates trip packages. Actually, those who approach for last minute booking with us; must pay a 10% additional cost of the total trip cost mentioned on our website. 

You can book the trip you like on our website even a day before the trip begins. 

If you are lucky, then, the last minute may be a golden opportunity for you to get the same price or even less than that if one of the members of the trip gives up and withdraws the trip plan at the eleventh hour. So, if you are late to book the trip you like to do with us, no worries, you still have the option and we will try our level best to make your trip as successful and grand as other normal trips. 

Don’t hesitate to hit the booking button at the eleventh hour, we are always open and here to organize your vacation trips in Nepal. 

Trip Extension, 

We are always flexible and open to the extension of the particular trip you are undertaking. If you enjoy the trip you are doing, you can extend it to longer days or longer hours. But, for this, you must contact us one day prior so that we can arrange the required things like trip crew, accommodation, transportation and other minor needy things for your extended trip. If you let us know a day earlier directly or through the trip crew you are using in the field/route like through your trip leader, you will have a beautiful time ahead. For the extension of the trip, you must add some little additional cost which we will settle in mutual understanding. 

Currency Exchange, 

You can exchange your currency even in the Tribhuvan International Airport at your arrival or you can exchange it after you check in the hotel in Thamel or other several places of Kathmandu, trekking beginning points as well.  You can find several money exchange counters in different corners of Thamel city. If you are in a rush and cannot do this, you can pay USD, AUD or CAD to the people whom you need to pay for your accommodation, food, trip costs, tipping etc. You can even exchange your currency with Nepali on the trekking routes/trip routes like in Lukla, and Namche You can ask to exchange your currency with Nepal with local lodges/restaurants/hotels/ guesthouses too. But, you need to have your currency like USD, AUD or CAD. Even Indian currency does work in Nepal while paying but only Rs. 100 rupees not 500 and 1000. You can pay with your currency with the current exchange rate wherever you go in Nepal.

Haven Holidays Team,

Haven Holidays Team is very professional, reliable and responsible. You can completely on them. They are well-trained, friendly and highly literate in their respective languages. You can share anything you like with them without any hesitation. They know local culture, civilization, history, foods and accommodation, weather conditions, expert in first-aid application and how to handle the sudden accidents on the trip. They are eco-friendly and better understand the non-human's rights and their lives. 

However, we kindly request you not to exploit them and provoke them on the trip for your benefit. You can enjoy your trip with them to the fullest but at the same time, we humbly appeal not to try to change their mindset, perspectives, religion and culture that are following. 

The Haven Holidays Team will assist you in every step of your trip to make it memorable and more convenient. 

Luggage and Storage, 

If you are hiring a porter for your trip in the mountains, you can pack no more than 10 kg. in the duffel bag or your backpack. We provide you with a very reliable duffel bag to put your stuff to be carried on the trip. It will be very safe to be carried by a porter. Because it is the labour rule that a porter can only maximum of 20kgs in the mountain. Please, don’t pack unnecessary stuff in the duffel bag. Actually, two people one porter putting 10kg of stuff by each individual. 

If you think you don’t need the stuff you have with you in the mountains, you can store it at the hotel in Kathmandu.  They will keep your unnecessary luggage/stuff very safe till your return back. Ask your trip leader or hotel receptionist to do it for you before you depart for the trip. Take the luggage tag while storing the unnecessary luggage. 


Meals will be provided according to the itinerary and cost includes and cost excludes. If you are given the itinerary or cost like including BB only, you will be provided breakfast only and if you have booked the trip package including a full-board meal, you will get all the meals including breakfast, dinner and lunch. Apart from main meals, if you have extra tea, coffee, cold drinks and other alcoholic drinks, you have to pay them personally. 

During the trip, you will be given enough time to have a meal. You can enjoy the meal you like from the menu. Vegan, Vegetarian?? If you are vegetarian, you will still find the choice in the menu and our guide will take good care of you through the trip. 

You will have your meal at the lodge/local guesthouse, hotel or resort during the trip. You are supposed to have the meal where you stay overnight in the mountain during the trekking trip. 

Sometimes, you may not get the item you want in the mountain during the trekking trip/touring trip, at the time; you have to consider it very calmly. 

You will enjoy freshly cooked meals in the mountain during the trip days with local ingredient 

Trek Start, 

The trek commences from Kathmandu with a drive to Manthali during Spring and then flies to Lukla and Autumn( Mar-May and Sep-Nov) and in other off seasons like Winter and Rainy ( Dec-Feb and Jun-Aug) Kathmandu to Lukla. We drive to Ramechhap, Manthali for 4 hours from Kathmandu and take a short 20-minute flight and if we take a direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, you will fly for 35 minutes with astonishing mountain views. 

We need to leave Kathmandu at 2  am for the Ramechhap drive and then fly to Lukla. Hope you will consider this thing in your mind beforehand the trip begins. 

As you land at Lukla airport either from Ramechhap/ Manthali or Kathmandu, you will meet your porters, introduce them briefly and begin the formal walk towards Phakding, the very first town you are going to stay overnight on your trip. It takes around 3 hours to get Phakding from Lukla. 


You will get a good and undisturbed facility of electricity during the trip to Nepal. Even though you go to the mountain for trekking and other adventure activities, you can get the facility of electricity to charge your phones and backups. However, in some cases you may have to face the problem of load-shedding and the local lodges and guesthouses may charge you some amount to charge your batteries, backups and phones in remote areas trekking. There won’t be an electricity heating system in the mountain while doing trekking or other adventure activities.  

Drinking Water,

Drinking water must be pure, safe and contamination-free. You can get bottled or purified drinking water during the trip even in the mountain which is very safe for you to drink. The majority of the people who make trekking or adventure trips in the mountains go with boiled water which is prepared by the local lodges/guesthouses on the trail which is the best way to keep you safe from contaminated water. However, some people carry water purifying ingredients and they apply it to the drinking water and they drink it. But, don’t try to drink the water from the Local River, stream and taps. The bottled water you can buy along the trek in the guesthouse.


You can enjoy excellent facilities of communication in Kathmandu and other major cities like Chitwan, Pokhara, Nagarkot and Lumbini. However, in the case of the trekking trip in the mountains, you may not be able to have such kind of facility as in the cities. But, most of the local teahouses/lodges/ guesthouses/ hotels on the trail will offer you the facility of  Wi-fi. Sometimes, you get it for free and sometimes, you may have to pay for the installation of Wi-fi during the trip in the mountains. 

The best way to access good communication over your smartphone is to get a local Nepali SIM Card like NT and NCELL. You get these local Nepali SIM Cards easily in Kathmandu and even in International Airport, Tribhuvan International Airport. For this, you have to present a copy of your passport and a passport-sized- photograph. You can buy a data pack via this local SIM Card and you make a very good communication wherever you go, even from the corner of the mountain.  You can make a call, access the internet over it and even make a video call instantly from the Everest Base Camp (5364m).

Trek Ends,

The trek ends at Lukla officially with a flight to Kathmandu. Normally, at Lukla, you can celebrate the last day of the trek with your entire trekking crew by offering them tips and heavy dinner because they have worked hard for you and your safety all around the trip. The last day's walk is from Namche to Lukla and you wait for the next day’s flight to Kathmandu or Ramechhap and then 4 hours drive to Kathmandu. The flight to Ramechhap is for 20 minutes and the flight to Kathmandu from Lukla is for 40 minutes. Optionally, you fly back to Kathmandu directly by helicopter as well. For this, you have to make a prior request to us to arrange your helicopter flight. 

Important Note,

The Lukla weather keeps changing in 15 minutes so it cannot be 100% sure that the flight to Ramechhap or Kathmandu from Lukla can take place at a given time. It may get delayed postponed or even cancelled for a few days. In this case, don’t panic, don’t get agitated and don’t trouble your trekking leader for the delay, cancellation or postponement of flight. Be calm and talk to your trekking lead to find out the way to escape this situation.

You have two options in this case: the helicopter flight to Kathmandu and walk down to Surke and Paiya for 5 hours and get a jeep ride to Salleri and then to Kathmandu. You’d better approach the helicopter first and then go with a walk down to Surke and Paiya. The walk down to Surke and Paiya is very challenging to follow the trail used by mules; the trail is muddy and slippery. Be careful to follow this trail to Paiya via Surke from Lukla.

If you are doing your Everest Base Camp Trek, you have to have at least one/two spare days. This will help you make your Everest Trek less stressful and less panicked


You can give feedback on the trek/trip you have undertaken at the end of Kathmandu. You can visit our office or you can do it in the farewell dinner we organize. Your feedback about the trip will always be taken positively. We need it to grow and to sharpen our services and facilities in the days to come.

If you cannot attend the farewell dinner at the end of the trip in Kathmandu or you don’t have time to visit our office, you can write your feedback on the trip advisor page which will be more reliable and public. 

Trek Extra Personal Expenses,

How prodigal you are? Your trek extra personal expenses depend on it. If you love doing extra expenses on the trip, you will go to topics like alcoholic drinks, extra tea or coffee apart from the meal, tipping, some minor donations, extra snacks on the trail, some urgent personal stuff like clothing or any other equipment you immediately require on the trip in case it gets damaged or stop functioning. And, at the end of the trek, you have to give some tips to your trekking crew. For this, you have to allocate some dollars or Nepali currency. 

Typical Day,

The typical trip day begins with a good breakfast. You will have breakfast at around 7-8 am and begin the day after it. Then, you will have to work/walk for 3-4 hours after breakfast and you will stop for lunch. The lunchtime will be around an hour. You will order your lunch item and the restaurant/hotel/teahouse will cook for you. Sometimes, you may have to wait for some time if the restaurant or hotel is crowded. You can find the item you want in the menu prepared by the local lodge/restaurant/hotel. If you are vegetarian, no worries, you can still find the ways. 

After lunch, you will resume your work/trek/trip again and end it in the after like around 3-4 pm. After that, you will check in the hotel/guesthouse/teahouse and get refreshed. Take rest, change clothing and go for dinner at around 6-7 pm. Your leader will help you to order the meals you like. At the dinner, your leader will share the important information for the next day’s trip and you can raise the question regarding it. The leader will orient you on what to wear, how to walk, what to carry and where to eat. Follow the instructions from the guide/leader very well. 

Why with Haven Holidays?   

      Free Booking and Free Cancelation 

      Veteran Crew Members 

      Enhancing Eco-Tourism 

      Prompt response, full safety and comfort guaranteed. 

      No hidden cost 


     Cost Friendly 

     Wider Networks 

     Expert in risk management 

     Everest Base Camp Trekking Packing List

When preparing for Everest Base Camp Trekking, it's essential to have the right equipment and packing list to ensure your safety and comfort to complete your mission. You will need to pack smart and light. This packing list doesn’t mean you need to pack everything listed here. This list is a guideline, and your final list will depend on your preferences and judgment. Follow as per your personal needs and preferences by taking this as a reference. Here’s a comprehensive list of items you should consider:

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What can I expect from Haven Holidays during the trek?

Haven Holidays will provide fine-class accommodation with a beautiful breakfast, a sleeping bag (recommended own if you have one), Duffel bag.  Our porters are limited to carrying (20 kg) of your personal belongings which is also the weight restriction for flights to Lukla. Be selective in what you take. We will provide you with a very professional and experienced trekking leader throughout the trek. 

The wonderful Journey to Everest Base Camp !

Hello my Name is Rahul and has done the trekking in Everest base camp and my experience go through with Haven Holidays on the Everest Base Camp budget trek was beyond incredible. From the moment we landed in Kathmandu, the team ensured our comfort and safety throughout the journey. Our guide was very helpful, knowledgeable and experienced entire the program of providing insightful information about the region and its culture. Despite being a budget trek, the accommodations and meals exceeded my expectations. The trek itself was challenging but rewarding, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas at every turn. I highly recommend Haven Holidays to anyone seeking an unforgettable adventure in the Everest region and all.

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A Thrilling Adventure with Haven Holidays trekking company.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp through with Haven Holidays was an unforgettable experience and I'll never forget. The team was organized and professional, making the journey seamless from start to finish. Our guide was passionate about the mountains and took us on some off-the-beaten-path trails, allowing us to truly immerse ourselves in the beauty of the Himalayas. Despite being on a budget trek, the accommodations were clean and comfortable, and the food was delicious in the mountain guesthouses. I felt safe and supported throughout the entire trek, thanks to the expertise of our guide, Porters and the Haven Holidays team. I can't wait to book another adventure with them in the future.

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Raghu Bir

A Dream Come True Thanks to Haven Holidays

My trek to Everest Base Camp with Haven Holidays was nothing short of extraordinary. From the moment I inquired about the trip, the team was responsive and helpful, answering all of my questions and providing detailed information about the itinerary. The trek itself was challenging but incredibly rewarding, with stunning views and unforgettable experiences along the way. Our guide and porters was fantastic, ensuring our safety while also making the journey fun and enjoyable. Despite being on a budget trek, the accommodations were comfortable, and the food was delicious even in the mountain lodges. I couldn't have asked for a better experience, and I'm already planning my next adventure with Haven Holidays again.

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Alex Rodriguez
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Preparation For This Trip

Travel Documents:
  • Travel tickets and trip print/pictures in Divece
  • Passport -with at least 6 months validity
  • Passport copies
  • 4 copies of Passport size photos
  • Visa - available at Kathmandu Airport. Check visa requirements your nationality click: Tourist visa in Nepal
  • Insurance, documents that cover medical, rescue, and airlift(helicopter)in case  on the trip
  • Electronics:
    • Electronic device and charger
    • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories. It may be hard to find charging devices that fit your device, so keep the focus on your charger and multiple adapters.
    • Power Bank- Charging your devices may not be possible everywhere. So, it is recommended to carry a power bank for backup 
    Trekking Packing/Checklist:
    When preparing for a trekking trip in Nepal,  it's essential to have the right equipment and packing list to ensure your safety and comfort to complete your mission. You will need to pack smart and light. This packing list doesn’t mean you need to pack everything listed here. This list is a guideline, and your final list will depend on your preferences and judgment. Follow as per your personal needs and preferences by taking this as a reference. 

    Comprehensive list of items:
    Sun Hat/Cap for sun protection - A Sun hat protects the face from the strong rays of the sun. Carry a lightweight hat that can be easily packed. Or A wide-brimmed hat to cover your ears, neck, and face from the strong rays of the sun. MoreTrekking equipment list  

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