• Nepal: Everest Base Camp Trek

    Our ultimate, signature trek to the base of the world’s highest and most iconic mountain

    Join us on this milestone quest along the Himalayan foothills to Everest Base Camp at the foot of Mount Everest —a must for any serious adventure traveler. MTS first pioneered trekking in Nepal in 1969, and no one does it better. Our expert mountaineer guides are the best of the best, and offer you a local’s perspective on this enchanted land, its rich Buddhist culture, and its friendly people.

    best times to go: April - May, October - November

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    pricing: from $4,595 see detailed pricing

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Our ultimate, signature trek to the base of the world’s highest and most iconic mountain

Trekking the Himalaya is the dream of a lifetime for some, and what could be better than a pilgrimage to its greatest peak—the titan we know as Everest but that the locals call Chomolungma, the “Mother Goddess of the Snows?” This 19-day adventure is nothing short of a true quest, and MTS is the best company to get you there. With over 40 years leading the pack in this trekkers’ paradise, your top-notch guides (all of whom are seasoned mountaineers), and some of the smallest groups out there, this is certain to be a memorable experience!

You’ll visit the principal Sherpa villages and the beautiful Tengboche Monastery, where we have a chance to meet the friendly people and soak up the colors, sights, and sounds of Sherpa village life. Walk trails lined with beautiful mani stones, enjoy the quiet peace and serenity of the Buddhist culture, and then head up a direct route to the top of Kala Patar (18,192’) where you’ll come face to face with none other than the great Mount Everest—a view matched only by the incredible sense of accomplishment you'll feel!!

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14 days strenuous hiking at high elevation (max. 18,192')

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Trek to Everest Base Camp with the most respected company, the best guides, the smallest groups, and the best lodges on the mountain—this is the itinerary which inspired us to coin the term “adventure travel” in 1969
  • Feast your eyes on the awe-inspiring Himalaya—the greatest mountains in the world
  • Challenge yourself with high-altitude hikes to Kala Patar (18,000') and Everest Base Camp—we give you plenty of time to acclimatize to the elevation changes throughout the trek which is why our groups are so successful in reaching Base Camp
  • Explore peaceful and quiet Sherpa villages and the elegant splendor of ancient Buddhist monasteries

Duration: 19 days Start Location: Kathmandu End Location: Kathmandu

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    Day 1 : Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal.

    Your trip leader or a Mountain Travel Sobek representative will meet you outside the customs and immigration area at the airport. He or she will answer questions, brief you on the immediate arrangements, and escort you to the hotel. Meet with the trip leader in the afternoon for a trek briefing and orientation. We will discuss acclimatization to altitude, trekking information, areas we will visit and culture of the region.


    LODGING: Yak & Yeti Hotel - Kathmandu, Nepal
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    Day 2 : Mountain flight to Lukla (9,200')

    We will transfer to airport for the mountain flight to Lukla airstrip (weather permitting). During the short but spectacular flight we will leave the Kathmandu Valley and head into the Himalaya, the world’s highest mountains rising before us. Our destination is Lukla, perched high on a mountainside above the Dudh Kosi ("River of Milk"), where we make an unforgettable landing on its 1,729-foot-long, 65-foot-wide runway. After we disembark, we'll collect our gear and walk over to our lodge. If our flight is on time, then we’ll have the option of a warm up hike up to Kharka. Kharka is on a trail that leads to Mera Peak. On the way, we’ll pass small hamlets and shepherds who live in the area. (3 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast
    LODGING: Lukla Lodge - Lukla, Nepal
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    Day 3 : Trek to Monjo (9,317)

    From Lukla, the trail descends 1,500 feet down to the Dudh Kosi. We’ll notice that the local people look quite different than the people of Kathmandu. The inhabitants of the Khumbu are Sherpas, people who migrated from Tibet over 500 years ago and still practice evolved forms of Tibetan Buddhism and dress in much the same Tibetan style. As we follow the trail to the village of Phakding, we will pass mani walls (boulders with carved Buddhist prayer inscriptions), a number of small villages, and well-terraced hillsides. Looming above us, in the distance, is Khumbila (18,800'), the sacred peak of the Sherpa people, our sentinel to the spiritual and geographic heart of the Khumbu. Khumbila remains unclimbed (sacred peaks may not be climbed) and it represents the “protector” deity of Tibetan Buddhists. We’ll arrive at our lodge in Monjo (9,317') in the early afternoon. The afternoon is free to rest and relax while we acclimatize to our new altitude. (5-6 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Monjo Lodge - Monjo, Nepal
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    Day 4 : Trek to Namche Bazaar (11,286')

    We'll follow the forested trail north up the Dudh Kosi valley to Jorsale, where we officially enter Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park, established in 1976 as the first national park in the Himalaya to help protect an area of great environmental, religious, and cultural importance. (Sagarmatha National Park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.) We continue along the trail, crossing the Dudh Kosi and begin the steep climb up “Namche Hill,” amidst lovely forests of rhododendron, fir, and magnolia, to the Sherpa market town of Namche Bazaar. As we climb the steep

    hillside, we catch our first glimpse of Everest and the snowcapped panorama of Himalayan giants to come. Namche Bazaar is the unofficial capital of the Khumbu, the local center for trading and supplies. The town, filled with numerous homes, trekker's inns, shops, and a small monastery, is beautifully situated in a terraced amphitheater facing the hanging glacier below Kwangde (20,293'). We’ll check in to our lodge and have the afternoon free to explore Namche Bazaar. Overnight at the Sherpa Land Lodge or similar. (4-5 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Sherpa Land Lodge - Namche Bazaar, Nepal
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    Day 5 : Trek to Tashinga (11,800')

    We’ll have some time in the morning to visit the Sagarmatha National Park Visitors Center and Museum, where there are terrific views of the Everest region and numerous educational displays on the culture, geography, geology, climatology, and wildlife within the park and the Khumbu. A great way to kick-off the cultural experience! Our trail follows the classical route to Everest, on a winding, almost level trail. After about 3 hours of hiking, we’ll take a slight detour off the main path and hike 15 minutes further before arriving at our comfortable lodge. After check in, we’ll have the rest of the afternoon free to rest and relax. (3-4 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Tashinga Lodge - Tashinga, Nepal
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    Day 6 : Trek to Pangboche (13,107'), via Tengboche

    We descend into the deep Dudh Kosi Gorge—one of the most beautiful valley walks on earth—and come to a fir forest where we begin to climb steeply to the site of the famous Tengboche Monastery (12,680'). Destroyed by a fire in early 1989, the monastery has been completely rebuilt. Tengboche monastery is the spiritual center of the Khumbu and a training center for new monks. The Rimpoche of Tengboche resides here and the area is considered holy; nothing may be hunted or killed. Expeditions to the world's highest peaks have traditionally stopped here to receive the blessing of the High Lama. After lunch at Tengboche, we continue our trek on to Pangboche. The hike along the Imja Drangka River is very scenic. Arriving at the top of the ridge, Ama Dablam (22,494') and the great massif of Mount Everest (Sagarmatha in Nepali or Chomolungma in Tibetan, at 29,028') hover majestically above us. The spirituality and scenic value of the site never fails to impress. Our lodge in Pangboche is located right along the trail to Everest and almost at the base of Ama Dablam. (5-6 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Pangboche Lodge - Pangboche, Nepal
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    Day 7 : Layover day in Pangboche, day hike to Ama Dablam Base Camp (15,091')

    Ama Dablam is one of the most loved and admired mountains in the Khumbu. After crossing the Imja Drangka River we make a gradual ascent until Lhabarma, where you’ll suddenly be standing right in front of the spectacular mountain ridge. The aura of the mountains is a real gift of Mother Nature that you will never forget. Return to our lodge for overnight. (6-7 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Pangboche Lodge - Pangboche, Nepal
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    Day 8 : Trek to Dingboche (14,500')

    Today we’ll follow the river with the beautiful peak of Ama Dablam looming directly overhead. With the big Himalayan peaks now coming into clear view, we will cross the Khumbu Khola and make our way up to the remote village of Dingboche (14,500'). (3 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Mountain Lodge
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    Day 9 : In Dingboche, optional hike to Nangkartsang Peak (16,672')

    Today we'll take an optional hike to Nangkartsang Peak (16,672'). This is one of the most scenic hikes of the journey, where we have the opportunity to see Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu (3 of the 6 highest peaks in the world). It is a steep, 2,100-foot climb but we take it slow and the views are well worth it! Return to Dingboche. (5 hours hiking.)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Mountain Lodge
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    Day 10 : Trek to Lobuje (16,200')

    This morning we’ll ascend the ridge to a large chorten above Dingboche village and then it is an easy walk up a wide, grassy plateau. The peaks of Tawoche and Cholatse tower above us and it is possible to see Pheriche village in the valley below to our left. At the tiny hamlet of Duglha we reach a jumble of rocks which marks the terminal moraine at the base of the Khumbu glacier. We’ll ascend steeply up this moraine to reach the top where there are many memorial cairns to those who have died on Everest. The landscape is now wild and rocky and there is a real feeling of being high in the mountains. Following the often frozen stream at one side of the moraine we soon reach the cluster of houses at Lobuche. This rather bleak spot was once a yak grazing settlement and was then inhabited only during the summer months but now it is open throughout the winter serving trekkers and climbers and is the jumping off point for Everest Base Camp and Kalar Pattar. The sunset over Nuptse is particularly spectacular from here. It is worth walking over to the moraine to view the moraine covered glacier behind it. (5-6 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Mountain Lodge
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    Day 11 : Trek to Gorak Shep (17,000')

    We'll walk along boulder fields and glacial debris to the edge of the Khumbu Glacier then continue up to Gorak Shep (17,000'), nestled under the snow coned summit of Pumori (23,442') and the sheer west face of Nuptse (25,850'). Those who are well acclimatized can hike up Kala Patar (18,192'), high above the Khumbu Glacier, for a dramatic close-up view of Everest (3 hours hiking; 5½ hours with Kala Patar hike)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Mountain Lodge
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    Day 12 : Everest Base Camp (17,600')

    This is our big day for the trek to Base Camp (17,600'). An early start is essential to get there before any clouds come down and it will probably be very cold when we set off. We will make sure to have something for breakfast even if we don’t feel like it as we will all need the energy! Since we are at high altitude, we will take some snacks and plenty of water to keep us going along the way. From Gorak Shep it is still a long, fairly arduous trek to base camp; initially following the top of the moraine and then descending onto the boulder-strewn glacier. In the climbing season we may follow mountaineering groups, or yaks carrying supplies, but at other times there are just a series of small cairns along the route. After a couple of hours we’ll reach the base camp area from where, although we will not have views of the actual summit of Everest, there are sensational close-up views of the terrifying Khumbu ice-fall and the surrounding scenery of ice seracs and tumbled rocks. At this altitude the return to Gorak Shep will feel like quite a long way and will use up most of your remaining reserves of energy! We will then take the trail back down to Lobuche (16,200', 9-10 hours hiking). (If the weather is extremely bad, then we will cancel this hike, but it is rare to cancel due to weather.)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Mountain Lodge
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    Day 13 : Pangboche (13,107')

    From Lobuje we will follow the path down as far as Dughla and then, instead of taking the trail back to Dingboche, we descend to the flat valley floor. It is then quite a short distance on the flat to reach Pheriche. The walk seems much easier as we are descending and are at a lower altitude than we have been for the last five days. From Pheriche we’ll descend into the valley of the Imja Khola and retrace our steps past Orsho and down the pleasant trail to Pangboche. If you did not have a chance to visit the gompa in Pangboche on the way up it is worth a quick visit now. (5-6 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Pangboche Lodge - Pangboche, Nepal
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    Day 14 : Trek to Tashinga (11,800')

    Today we’ll cross the Mengbo and the Dudh Koshi rivers to a quiet trail on the other side. The panoramic vista with old stone houses and the absence of other trekkers along the way is blissful. When we arrive in Tashinga we will check into the lodge with the rest of the day free to rest and relax. (5-6 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Tashinga Lodge - Tashinga, Nepal
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    Day 15 : Return to Monjo (9,317') via Khumjung

    Today we will trek by the villages of Khumjung, across the top of Namche Bazaar and then up the Nangpo Dzangpo. Leaving Tashinga Lodge, we contour on a small path to reach the main trail leading to Khumjung, approximately one hour. The path leads gently up the shallow valley and Khumjung (12,366') is built into a mountain bowl and surrounded by patterned, terraced fields. The village of Khunde is a short walk further on and contains the famous medical center estbalished by the Sir Edmund Hillary Trust. We will also take time to visit the Edmund Hillary School. The Monastery of Khumjung has the infamous Yeti Skull on display. We will then return to Monjo. (7 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Monjo Lodge - Monjo, Nepal
  • Day 16 : Return to Lukla (9,200')

    We’ll return to Lukla along the Dudh Kosi, retracing our steps from Day 4. Overnight at the lodge in Lukla. (5-6 hours hiking)


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    LODGING: Lukla Lodge - Lukla, Nepal
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    Day 17 : Fly to Kathmandu

    Fly to Kathmandu (weather permitting!). Upon arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel. Lunch and dinner are on your own, unless we are delayed in Lukla.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The next day will be spent either in Kathmandu or Lukla, depending on our luck with the Lukla flight. Flights in and out of this tiny mountain airstrip are commonly delayed and we have no way of predicting the length of the delay; it's something we just have to live with. With luck we'll get out the first day. All meals at Lukla are included while waiting. We cannot overemphasize the unreliability of these flights. We have no control over their operation or schedules, and while we devote an enormous amount of time, money and energy into securing reservations and obtaining replacement reservations when flights are canceled, you should be ready for disappointments, delays and cancellations of Lukla flights. We have scheduled an extra day at the end of the trek so as not to interfere with your homeward-bound flights.


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast
    LODGING: Yak & Yeti Hotel - Kathmandu, Nepal
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    Day 18 : Morning tour of Kathmandu

    If the Lukla flight is not delayed, we’ll have a morning tour of the Hindu shrines at Pashupatinath on the Bagmati River and the large Buddhist stupa at Bodhnath, center of the Tibetan Buddhist culture in Kathmandu. The afternoon is free to relax or do some last minute shopping or sightseeing on your own. Meet with the group in the evening for a farewell dinner.


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast/Dinner
    LODGING: Yak & Yeti Hotel - Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Day 19 : Fly Home

    Transfer to Kathmandu airport for homeward-bound flights. If you'd prefer to spend more time in Asia you may wish to join one of our extensions in India, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Ask our Regional Specialist for details!


    INCLUDED MEALS: Breakfast
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DATES: Best time to go: April - May, October - November Departures: Apr 12 - 30, 2015 May 8 - 26, 2015 Oct 5 - 23, 2015 Nov 6 - 24, 2015

PRICING:

2014 Prices

$4,595 (7-12 members)
$4,995 (4-6 members)

$340 internal airfare – Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu - subject to change
$800 single supplement

2015 Prices

$4,695 (7-12 members)
$5,095 (4-6 members)

$350 internal airfare – Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu - subject to change
$800 single supplement

  • Yak & Yeti Hotel
    Kathmandu, Nepal

    A 5-star deluxe oasis in the heart of Kathmandu, the Yak & Yeti is the perfect blend of contemporary international standards and time-honored Nepali tradition. Guests will find refuge among antique fountains, gilded temples and emerald gardens, while enjoying a state-of-the-art gymnasium, spa, shopping arcade, atrium, tennis courts and swimming pools.

  • Lukla Lodge
    Lukla, Nepal

    This lodge lies at the very gateway to Mount Everest. Spacious, comfortably furnished rooms with en-suite facilities, a lovely sunny garden and traditional interiors make for a very warm welcome to arriving guests.

  • Monjo Lodge
    Monjo, Nepal

    Located at an altitude of 2,850 meters in the quaintly picturesque valley of Monjo, this lodge overlooks the village and the narrow Dudh Koshi valley. Thamserku Himal rising high up behind the lodge serves as a dreamlike backdrop.

  • Pangboche Lodge
    Pangboche, Nepal

    Pangboche is located literally at the lap of Ama Dablam, often described as one of the most beautiful mountains on earth. With Everest to the north, Thamserku and Kangtaiga to the east, the Kongde range to the south, and the Imjatse River flowing through the wide fertile valley, this quaint lodge rests in the midst of abundant natural glory.

  • Tashinga Lodge
    Tashinga, Nepal

    Situated amidst pine forests overlooking the Dudh Koshi valley, this lodge offers breathtaking views of Ama Dablam, Thamserku, the Tabouche Peak and Khumbila. Comfortable rooms and local hospitality make for a wonderful stay at one of the most beautiful locations along your trek.

  • Sherpa Land Lodge
    Namche Bazaar, Nepal

    This local tea house lodge offers comfortable accommodations in the heart of Namche Bazaar. Surrounded by some of the highest mountains in the world, yet close to shopping and local culture in the village center, Sherpa Land offers guests a unique experience amidst the majestic grandeur of the Himalayas.

  • Mountain Lodge

    Mountain Lodge or local inns or {bhattis} have existed for centuries in the hills and have evolved into the lodges. Most lodges are family- run with private rooms for guests. We have chosen better lodges that offer private rooms and, in some cases, private bathrooms. The sherpas will bring you a bowl of washing water with your morning tea or coffee.  Showers are available at extra cost.  The rooms are Spartan; the only furniture will be a wooden bed and a table to hold a candle. With luck, there will also be a few hooks or nails to hang your clothes on. In some lodges there will be solar powered lights, except for Namche Bazaar where there is 24-hour electricity, it will be "lights out" soon after dinner. Breakfasts and dinners will be served  in the common dining room. Wear your warm clothing to dinner.

Properties shown are representative of the accommodations we use on this trip, may not be inclusive of all accommodations we use, and are subject to change.

Expert leadership is the key to an exciting, unforgettable experience. Our trips feature gifted leaders for whom leading trips is a true vocation. Besides showing you wonders you’d never find on your own, they make sure everything runs smoothly and safely without a hitch. They are knowledgeable about all aspects of your trip, and take great pleasure in sharing their insights with you. More than just guides, they positively elevate your experience by being teachers, companions, and the best of friends. You’ll be in good hands with them every step of the way.

  • Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa

    Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa was born in Namche Bazaar to a mountaineering family. (His father was a climbing Sherpa and went to the South Col on several expeditions, including the 1963 American Everest expedition.) After completing his education, Lhakpa tried mountaineering on Kanchenjunga (the world’s third highest peak), but decided that he prefers trekking and now limits his climbing to trekking peaks like Mount Mera. Lhakpa has a deep interest in environmental issues and has been associated with Mountain Travel Sobek since 1983, first as sirdar and now as a trekking guide. He speaks Nepali, Sherpa, and Tibetan as well as English.

  • Pranoy Rai

    Pranoy Rai was born in Nepal, studied in Darjeeling, India, and is a travel enthusiast who has always been keen on adventure. Working as a trekking leader since 1999, he has an enormous experience in the field, having led numerous treks and tours to Nepal, Tibet and India. Pranoy successfully completed his basic mountaineering course from the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute of Darjeeling with grade 'A' certificate. He has been trained in wilderness medicine by Dr. Jim Duff, an expert in wilderness first aid and co-author of “First Aid and Survival in Mountain and Remote Areas.” In addition to being fluent in English, Nepali, and Hindi, he speaks basic Tibetan and Chinese. Pranoy is very keen on birds, plants, and flowers, and has acquired a very good knowledge in them that he looks forward to sharing with you on trek.

  • Sergio Fitch-Watkins

    A native of México, Sergio is Mountain Travel Sobek's senior climbing guide, with over 30 years of experience (his climbing resume is eight pages long—the short version, that is). Besides leading our climbing expeditions in Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, and Argentina’s Aconcagua, he also loves to lead some of our more challenging treks in Nepal and Peru. Having led more than 300 trips for Mountain Travel Sobek, Sergio has acquired a considerable, loyal following!

  • Sanjeev Chhetri

    Sanjeev Chhetri is a graduate of Delhi University, India, and has been leading treks in Nepal, Tibet, India and the Alps since 1990. He is an avid bird-watcher and very well traveled, with time spent in India, Tibet, China, England, Ireland, France, Thailand, USA and Switzerland. He lives with wife and son in Kathmandu. Sanjeev is very knowledgeable of the cultures, religions, and traditions of the countries he leads trek for and enjoys sharing his experiences with you.

photo credits: ©Christopher Bettencourt, Tara Starr-Keddle, MTS Photo File



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