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Everest Base Camp Trek - 14 Days

Overview and Highlights

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Best Seasons

Sep to Dec/March to June

Group Size



14 Days

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Everest Base Camp

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Everest Base Camp Trek Package Highlights

  • The world’s tallest mountain- Mount Everest 8,848m tall, it’s the tallest mountain in the world.
  • Everest Base Camp Elevation is 5,364m-17598ft.
  • Flight to Lukla Airport ( Tenzing Hillary Airport)- the world's most dangerous airport.
  • Getting close enough to see climbers from different nations.
  • Hike to Kala Patthar to see Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp views and countless other mountains up close.
  • Learn about the unique Sherpa culture, Tibetan customs and traditions.
  • Explore Sagarmatha National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and Attend a school established by Sir Edmund Hillary at Khumjung village.
  • Challenging hikes to Kala Patthar (5,550m), and Nangkartshang Hill (5,100m). and Everest Base Camp (5,345m).
  • Explore iconic places like the Khumbu Icefall, Khumbu Glacier the Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar, Khumjung Monastery, Pangboche Monastery and the Tengboche Monastery.

Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking 2023/2024 Overview

Are you dreaming of taking the Everest Base Camp Trek in 2023/2024?  Then look no further! This incredible Everest base camp trek 14 days Itinerary takes you through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world. From lush forests and raging rivers to glacial Khumbu valleys and spectacular mountain peaks, this Himalayan trek is the perfect way to explore and discover the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas Mountains. There is no doubt that this is one of the Best Trekking Routes in the world!

At 8,849 meters, Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world and it is surrounded by majestic snow-covered mountains. The Mount Everest Base Camp trek- multiland will take you through a variety of terrains, including rugged trails, the traditional Largest Sherpa village ( Namche Bazaar), Sagarmatha National National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Khumbu Icefall, and Khumbu glaciers. You will get a chance to witness some of the most spectacular mountain views, as well as lush green valleys, and vibrant villages. During your trek, you will pass through some of the most remote villages of Nepal and experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the local Nepali people.

                                                -Kala Patthar view of Everest-

Everest Base Camp Trek

Despite the fact that this Everest Base Camp all-inclusive package 14 days is not extremely strenuous, some areas may require some level of fitness. As a result of walking over undulating terrain and facing extreme weather conditions, the Mount Everest base camp trek is generally considered moderate in difficulty. Everest base camp elevation is typically accessible to beginners. To complete the trek, you must be physically fit and healthy. It is possible to complete the trek by following our blog: Training for Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp Trek Cost

Naturally, when planning a trip, you want to know How Much Does The Everest Base Camp Trek Cost? It is important to know the breakdown of the total EBC trek cost.

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days costs can vary from USD 899 to USD 2,000 depending on where you stay, the time of year, and how many extra activities you add. Fresh Himalayan food, both-way flight tickets, accommodations (lodge or teahouse), Everest Base Camp Trek permits (Sagarmatha national park entry permits & Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee), a private guide, and other necessities are included in this fee. It is possible to include a guide and porter, accommodation, a permit, flight tickets (KTM-Lukla, Lukla-KTM), transportation, and food in a comprehensive package. Lastly, traveling with a group instead of solo also cuts the cost of Everest Base Camp Trek.

Best Time for Everest base camp trek

March is the best time for Everest Base Camp Trek to plan your trek. At that time you can make your journey enjoyable yet still cool enough to keep you feeling energized.

Usually, during the day Everest Base Camp Temperature can range from 5°C to 15°C (41°F to 59°F), while at night it can drop to below 0°C (32°F) in order to ensure your safety, bring along plenty of warm clothing such as down jackets and insulated gloves, hats and scarves. It is possible to have a life-changing experience hiking to Everest Base Camp with proper preparation and a personal Everest Base Camp packing list!

Everest base camp alternative trek routes

Everest base camp trek 14 Days is still the most popular option. However, there are alternative Everest Base Camp Trek routes that offer different perspectives of the world’s tallest mountain. Everest base camp and Gokyo Lakes trek is one such option that takes you to the Gokyo Lakes. These are a series of six glacial lakes located in the Nepalese Himalayas. From here, you can get some of the breathtaking views of Mt. Everest and experience the serenity of high-altitude lakes. Compared to the 14-day Everest base camp trek, the trek is slightly more difficult due to the crossing of Ngozumpa glacier and Cho La Pass at a height of 5,420 meters (17,782 ft) but offers spectacular views of the Himalayan range, so it's worth it.

Another great option is the Everest Three High Pass Trek which takes you over Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La – three high mountain passes that offer stunning views of the Himalayan peaks. 

Whichever route you choose, you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience. If you're not up for any strenuous treks but still want to enjoy the awe-inspiring mountains, why not book yourself on an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour or Everest base camp trek return by helicopter? In such cases, the Everest base camp trek helicopter return is a great option that allows trekkers to enjoy scenic views and complete the trek in a shorter time. Everest base camp trek with helicopter return also provides a bird's eye view of the region, allowing trekkers to appreciate the scale and beauty of the mountains from a unique perspective.

Likewise, If you have a short time and want to reach Everest Base Camp then choose this trek Short Trek To Everest Base Camp. Similarly, if you have a low budget but want to see such a beautiful view then choose the Everest base camp budget trek.
You could also explore Nepal's capital city Kathmandu Tour by car around its colorful bazaars or explore its ancient palaces and temples. A visit to Nagarkot offers magnificent panoramic views of the Kathmandu Valley. For those who want more adrenaline-fueled activities, Nepal is home to paragliding at Pokhara - one of the finest locations in Asia for this exhilarating sport! Whether you're taking your first steps into the world of adventure travel or are an experienced traveler looking for new challenges, Nepal has something for everyone. So come find out for yourself what makes it one of the most sought-after destinations on earth.

Why EBC Trek with Northern Trekking Team in 2023/2024

EBC 14 days with the Northern Trekking Team is the perfect way to see Nepal's Everest region. Our experienced guides will take you on an unforgettable journey through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. You'll get to see the summit of Everest up close, trek to remote villages, and experience Nepalese culture firsthand. Plus, our team is dedicated to providing the best possible experience for our guests.

We're here to answer any questions you have and help you plan your trek to Everest Base Camp. So what are you waiting for? Contact us today to start planning your 14-Day Everest Base Camp Trek! Since 2007, Northern Trekking has been leading treks to the Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Langtang Region, Manaslu Region, and other Nepal trekking tour routes- home to eight of the world's ten highest peaks including Mt. Everest at 8,848 meters (29,029 feet).

The company offers a wide range of services from simple day trips to multiple-week trekking. Various tour packages are available, including one that starts in Kathmandu and covers a range all over Nepal regions. Mount Everest Trek takes visitors to places like Lukla, Namche Bazaar, and Khumjung Monastery before culminating at the base camp at 5164m (16'576 ft) above sea level where Mt. Everest can be seen from below or above when weather permits. Guides provide explanations about the history of the area and allow time for leisure activities such as hiking or just enjoying the scenery. Throughout, local cuisine is offered in all locations so participants can experience Nepali dishes without being in Nepal. A Sleeping bag, duffle bag, trekking company t-shirt, and down jacket are provided for this trekking to Everest base camp, which includes three meals per day (LBD) with three times tea/coffee.

Everest Base Camp Trek Route

The route for the Everest Base Camp Trek package typically begins and ends in Lukla airport, a small town in the Solukhumbu district of Nepal. Typically, it takes 8 days from Lukla to Everest Base Camp. the Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary follows the Dudh Kosi River and passes through the following towns and landmarks:

  1. Lukla to Phakding (2,652m) - a small Sherpa village
  2. Namche Bazaar (3,440m) - the largest town in the Khumbu region and the gateway to Mount Everest
  3. acclimatization day in Namche at an elevation of 3,440m meters (11286 feet)
  4. Tengboche (3,870m) - home to a Buddhist monastery
  5. Dingboche (4,360m) - a small village with views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Island Peak
  6. Acclimatization day in Dingboche at an elevation of 4,400 meters (14435ft)
  7. Lobuche (4,910m) - a small village located at the foot of Gorak Shep
  8. Gorak Shep (5,180m) to Everest Base Camp (5,364m) and Kala Patthar (5,545m)

We recommend checking out the 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek Map for detailed information and maps of the trek route.

Everest Base Camp Trek-Related Trek in Nepal

► Everest Base Camp Trek Luxury

►  Kongde Trek

►  Everest Three Passes Trek

►  Everest Lower Trek

►  Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes Trek

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Welcome to Kathmandu(1,400m-4593ft), the city of temples. Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Nepal, one of our staff will receive you there. He will lead you to the hotel in a private vehicle.

Today, we will brief you about your package—Everest Base Camp Trek. Additionally, we will introduce you to your trek guide who will be with you throughout your trail in this beautiful region of Khumbu.


Well, your trekking begins today but prior to that, we need to reach Lukla(2,860m-9383ft)—a gateway to EBC. The airplane is the best transportation mode to arrive in this beautiful town as road connectivity is still at large.

Blessed you are if the weather is clear because on a clear day you will witness several peaks of the Khumbu region from the comfort of the airplane. It is a scenic flight of nearly 35 minutes.

After arriving in Lukla(2,860m-9383ft), we will prepare for the trek, and Phakding(2,643m-8671ft) is our last destination for today. We arrange porters and recheck gears before proceeding. A flat walk of nearly 3/4 hour will bring us to Phakding. It is a small settlement with the majority of Sherpa people.


Early in the morning after breakfast, we proceed toward Namche Bazaar(3,440m-11286ft). It is a beautiful trail of nearly 7 hours including a lunch break. A walk of slightly over two hours will get us to Monjo(2,35m-9301ft)where we produce our trek permit. From here, we will be entering inside Sagarmatha National Park Area.

We will be walking along the bank of the Dudh Koshi river(milky river). It will lead us to a suspension bridge. The distant view of this suspension bridge is quite remarkable. A few more hours of a walk will bring us to Top Danda (Cannon Hill). This is probably the steepest climb of your life.

Keep ongoing and we will arrive at another checkpoint. Arrival here means you are closer to Namche Bazaar(3,440m-11286ft)—the largest commercial hub of the Khumbu region.

Namche Bazaar is naturally blessed. With the view of mountains especially minor peaks and greenery, the site will lure you a lot. The place is inhabited by Sherpa people where you can learn many things about them and their unique culture.


Yes, it is a rest day today but that does not mean you will remain an idol doing nothing in this naturally blessed destination. We will lead you to Everest View Hotel, 3,880m-12729ft and it will take you nearly two hours to get here. Visit the hotel will be a curtain-raiser for you to get an astounding view of the world’s tallest peaks—Mount Everest (8,849m-29032ft), Lhotse (8,516m-27939ft), Amadablam (6,812m-22349ft), Thamserku (6,608m-21679ft), Tabuchi (6,495m-21309ft), and Nuptse (7,861m-25790ft). On a clear day, the sight will rejoice in you and the moment is likely to be one of the best moments of your life.

Apart from the visit to the hotel, we will get you to the Sherpa museum where you will learn many things about these mountain people without whose assistance climbing Everest is next to impossible. Additionally, you can roam around on your own to experience this land of beauty and benediction.


Good Morning. Well, are you ready to proceed? Definitely yes, because the Khumbu region is so beautiful that every new destination while on the way to EBC has its own uniqueness and beauty.

Today we will be proceeding toward Tengboche(3,857m-12654ft). At first, we will follow a flat trail followed by a downhill trail until we arrive at Phugkitenga(3,250m-10662ft). Here we have our lunch and enjoy the flow of the Dudh Koshi river.

After crossing the suspension bridge built over the river, we head toward Tengboche(3,857m-12654ft). It is another steep trail of nearly three hours.

Tengboche(3,857m-12654ft) is popular for its monastery and it is the largest and oldest monastery of the entire Khumbu region. Moreover, the view of mountains that you get from this very site is truly mesmerizing. Ama Dablam, Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Thamserku are major mountains witnessed from here.


It is a walk of roughly six hours today. The trail to Dingboche(4,400m-14435ft) is quite rewarding as you will get a closer view of Mt. Everest(8,849m-29032ft), Lhotse(8,516m-27939ft), and Ama Dablam(6,812m-22349ft) along with the Imja river.

Oh yes, be careful please because this trail is also popular for some wild species such as snow leopard. Don’t worry no casualties are reported in the modern area of trekking. But do not let your sight off the guide.


Despite acclimatization, the excitement of the trek will not come to the end. On this day, we will take you to the best viewpoint (Nagrjun hill). It is at an altitude of 5,100m-16732ft. One of the key reasons to get you here is to unfold the scenic beauty of the Khumbu region.

Amadablam(6,812m-22349ft), Amphu Lapcha(5,663m-18579ft), Laboche peak(6,119m-20075ft), Island peak(6,189m-20305ft), Mt. Nuptse(7,861m-25790ft), Lhotse(8,516m-27939ft), Makalu(8,463m-27765ft), Baruntse(7,162m-23497ft ), Cholhaste, Thamserku, Kangtega and Tawache peak are major attractions of today.


Relatively, the hike today is short and rewarding as well. The trail is very easy until Thukla(4,600m-15091ft), it takes around 2 hours to reach Thukla. You can enjoy a great view of the Himalayas. After reaching Thukla we will take lunch and rest a few minutes there. We continue our trek to Lobuche(4,950m-16240ft). After lunch we start to climb uphill, it takes around one and a half hours to reach the top of Thukla pass (4,830m-15846ft). You can see a great view of Amadablam, Lobuche Peak, and the other Himalayas range also you can see a famous climber statue, who died on Everest. The walk from Thukla Pass to Lobuche is very easy, we will walk on a flat trail then we will reach our destination.


How exciting it is to imagine a day that makes your dream tangible. Isn’t it exciting? Yes, it is. Today, you will reach EBC via Gorak Shep(5,164m-16942ft). The trail to Gorak Shep from Lobuche is rough and rocky. The view of Pumori (7,145), Nuptse (7,745), Lingtren (6,697), and Mt. Everest are the major attractions of Gorak Shep.

On the same day, we hike to EBC and spend a couple of minutes here. We retrace the path to Gorak Shep where we will spend a blissful night.


It is going to be one of the longest hikes of the entire trek campaign. We will head toward Kala Patthar early in the morning to get a sunrise view. Here, you will be surrounded by mountains at 360 degrees. The view of Mt. Everest is majestic from here. After spending nearly an hour here, we proceed toward Pheriche. It will take us roughly 8 hours to get in Pheriche.


The trail today is relatively easy and we pass through Pangboche (3,985m-13074ft) and Tengboche to get in Namche Bazaar. Nearly a walk of six hours will get us to this commercial hub of the Khumbu region—Namche Bazaar.


After breakfast, we head down to Phakding. It is a short and easy day. You will trek back to Phakding following the trail steeply downwards, crossing a suspension bridge. After a downhill trail, it takes 3 hours to get to Phakding. overnight stay in Phakding 


Leaving the beauty of Khumbu behind, we proceed ahead to get to Lukla. We will be walking for nearly 4 hours to arrive in Lukla and here ends our trip to Everest Base Camp. 


We will try to catch the first flight to Kathmandu and this will get us to the capital by 8 am. From the airport, we will escort you to the hotel. You will have ample time to roam around Kathmandu.

In the evening we, the Northern Trekking team, will offer you dinner. We want you to share your experience along with feedback on the trip so that we can improve ourselves.

Cost Includes

  • All private Ground Transportation Including Airport Transfers.
  • 2 Nights’ 3-star Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast(on the arrival day and after the Trekking).
  • Domestic Flight Ticket (Ktm-Lukla, Luk-Ktm) / domestic airport Tax.
  • All accommodations in lodges/Tea Houses During the Treks.
  • Daily Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) and tea/coffee during the Trekking.
  • Snack (Cookies) And Seasonal Fruits during trekking.
  • Sagarmatha national park entry permits & Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee.
  • A first aid kit will be Available.
  • Sleeping bag and Down jacket (provided upon request).
  • Northern Trekking Team Duffie bag. ( Refundable)
  • Trekking T-shirt, Trekking map.
  • Water purification tablets for safe drinking water.
  • An experienced helpful and friendly Guide, Food Drinks Accommodation, Transportation and staff Insurance.
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and extra night accommodation in Kathmandu 
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
  • Personal expenses laundry, telephone calls, snacks, camera, and mobile battery charging.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to Early arrival or late departure, or early return from the trek
  • stuff let us know the booking phase)
  • Health and travel Insurance.
  • porter to carry your bag during the trek ( one porter between two trekkers is recommended 
  • Personal trekking gear.
  • Tips for staffs (it is expected)

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The best way to prepare for the Everest Base Camp Trek is to start training at least one month in advance. You should focus on building up your endurance by doing cardiovascular activities like running, biking, or swimming. It’s also important to strength train since you’ll be carrying 8-12kg of weight on the trek. Be sure to focus on exercises that work your legs, back, and core. Finally, make sure you are acclimated to high altitudes by spending time in a place like Denver or Boulder before your trek.

The best thing to do is to layer your clothing. You should bring a base layer, an insulating layer, and a waterproof outer layer. Be sure to pack socks, gloves, a hat, and a scarf. It gets cold at night, so you might want to bring a sleeping bag liner. You should also bring comfortable walking shoes and a daypack. 

The Everest Base Camp trek is not a walk in the park. It's a challenging trek that requires a good level of fitness. That said, it's doable for most people who are reasonably fit and have a positive attitude. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- The highest elevation you'll reach is 5,364 meters (17,598 feet), so altitude sickness is a real concern. Give yourself time to acclimatize before heading up the hill. And don't forget to drink plenty of fluids! Drink more water than usual, avoid alcohol and get plenty of rest. Keep an eye on how much fluid you're drinking daily; if your urine isn't light yellow or clear then drink more water!
- Altitude can also cause nausea, vomiting, headaches, and dizziness among other symptoms. If any symptoms persist over several days then descend immediately! Remember: altitude sickness kills!
- You will see lots of yak dung on this trek ̶ just try not to step in it or touch it with your hands! - High levels of dust may lead to breathing difficulties and chest problems, so use protection like masks or scarves to reduce exposure as much as possible. 

You don't need to be an athlete to complete the trek, but you should be in good physical condition. The average person takes about two weeks to complete the trek, walking six to seven hours each day. It's important to be able to walk long distances and carry a light day backpack. If you're not used to hiking, start training several months in advance by going on day hikes and gradually increasing the distance. You should also make sure to do some strength training. Try exercises like squats or lunges, or anything that gets your heart rate up for at least 10 minutes.

The Everest Base Camp Trek is doable without a guide, but we recommend it. The trail is well-marked and easy to follow, but there are a few sections that can be challenging without someone who knows the route. Plus, having a guide will give you peace of mind and allow you to focus on enjoying the experience. Here are a few other things to keep in mind: 
-You'll need a permit to hike to Everest Base Camp, which you can get from the Nepal Tourism Board. 
-The best time to hike the Everest Base Camp Trek is from March to May and from September to November. 
-You should budget for about $45 per day, which will cover your food, lodging, and other expenses. Be sure to add this cost into your overall budget before deciding whether or not to hire a guide. 

Many people ask about altitude sickness and whether the Everest Base Camp Trek is safe. The answer is that it is safe, but you need to be prepared. Here are a few things to keep in mind: 
- Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. 
- Eat light meals and avoid fatty foods. 
- Get plenty of rest. 
- Take it slow and don't push yourself too hard. 
- Be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness, which include headache, nausea, fatigue, and lightheadedness. 
- If you start to feel sick, descend to a lower altitude immediately. You can always come back up after acclimatizing for a few days. 
- If you experience any of these symptoms, make sure to head down before your condition worsens. - Acetazolamide (brand name Diamox) is sometimes prescribed by doctors to help prevent or treat altitude sickness. However, this medication needs to be taken regularly throughout the climb. Anyone taking prescription medications should consult with their doctor before embarking on an expedition like this one.

How much money you'll need for your Everest Base Camp Trek depends on a few factors, such as whether you're doing a group tour or going solo, how long your trek will be, and what kind of accommodations and meals you'll want. That said, a general estimate for the cost of the trek itself is between $1199 and $2000. You'll also need to factor in the cost of getting to and from Nepal, as well as any gear or equipment you might need to purchase. Some costs are difficult to predict, too - like emergencies and other things that can happen on the mountain.

The answer to this question depends on when you plan to go on your trek. The Everest Base Camp Trek is doable year-round, but of course, there will be more snow at base camp if you go during the winter months. That being said, even during the peak summer months, there can still be snow at higher altitudes. So, if you're worried about dealing with snow, your best bet is to go during the spring or fall months.

The first thing you should know is that it rains quite often in Nepal, so don't be surprised if your trek is wet. However, this shouldn't deter you from trekking as the rain can make for some spectacular views. That being said, there are a few things you can do to prepare for wet weather. First, pack a raincoat and some extra socks. It's also a good idea to have a pair of trekking poles to help you keep your balance on slippery trails.

The best time to go on an Everest Base Camp trek is typically between March and May, or October and November. These times of year provide mild temperatures, clear skies, and longer daylight hours, making it easier and more comfortable to complete the trek.

The weather in the spring (March-May) provides ample sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures, which makes the trek more enjoyable. The days are long with plenty of hours of sunshine to reach your destination each day. The downside is that the trails can be crowded due to the popularity of this season.

In the autumn (October-November), the temperatures are still pleasant and the skies remain clear for good views of the mountain. However, the days are shorter so you may have to rush your pace a bit to make it before dark.

When planning your Everest Base Camp trek, take into consideration both the weather and crowds to decide when is the best time for you to go.

The Everest Base Camp trek typically takes 12-14 days. This includes the time you will spend in Kathmandu for acclimatization, as well as the days you will spend hiking up to Everest Base Camp and back. The trek takes around 10-11 days, depending on your level of fitness, but you should always allow extra time to rest and acclimate along the way.

The trek begins in Lukla, where you will catch a flight from Kathmandu. From Lukla, the hike is mostly uphill and can be quite strenuous. There are several stops along the way, so it’s important to take regular breaks to ensure that you don’t suffer from altitude sickness. It takes around 12-14 days to get to the Everest Base Camp and back, depending on how many side trips you choose to take. Once you reach the Base Camp, you can take a day or two to explore the area before heading back down.

Overall, it’s essential to be aware that the trek to Everest Base Camp is an ambitious journey and requires a significant amount of physical and mental strength. That said if you prepare properly and plan it can be an incredibly rewarding and unforgettable experience.

When it comes to trekking to Everest Base Camp, the amount and type of equipment you need will vary depending on the time of year and your own personal preferences. Generally speaking, however, you’ll need to bring the following items:

Clothing: Be sure to pack plenty of layers for cold nights. You should bring a jacket, fleece, a thermal top and bottom, and base layers. Remember a hat, gloves, and a waterproof layer like a raincoat is also important.

Footwear: Hiking boots are a must-have for the trek. It’s also good to bring an extra pair of shoes, such as sandals or sneakers, that you can wear while on camp.

Gear: You should bring a daypack and a small duffle bag or backpack to carry all your belongings in. A sleeping bag is also necessary if you plan on camping during the trip. Other essential gear includes trekking poles, headlamps, flashlights, water bottles, sunscreen, and bug repellent.

Miscellaneous Items: Don’t forget to bring basic toiletries like toothpaste and shampoo, along with a first-aid kit that contains bandages, ibuprofen, anti-diarrheal medication, and other essentials. Lastly, don’t forget to bring a camera to capture your journey!

When it comes to accommodations on the Everest Base Camp trek, there is a wide range of options available. At higher elevations, you will generally be staying in tea houses. These are small guesthouses operated by local families and offer basic amenities such as beds, blankets, hot showers and often basic meals. Some of the more popular tea houses offer wifi and other luxuries, but they are typically more expensive.

At lower altitudes, you can opt for hotel accommodation which offers more comfort than tea houses. These hotels are typically more modern and offer amenities like private rooms, hot water showers, wifi, and better meals. The cost is higher than tea houses, but if you want some added luxury and comfort, this might be the best option for you.

It's important to keep in mind that both tea house and hotel accommodations can vary greatly depending on location. You should always inquire about the specific amenities before booking a room.

When trekking to Everest Base Camp, you can expect to have three meals a day. Breakfast is usually a combination of eggs, omelettes, toast, and porridge. For lunch and dinner, there will be various Nepali dishes, including lentil soup, dal Bhat (rice with lentils and vegetables), Chowmein, momos (dumplings), aloo (potato) curry, and even pizza. If you have any dietary restrictions or preferences, you should make sure to let your guide or lodge staff know so they can accommodate them. In general, the Himalayan foods available during the trek is hearty, healthy and delicious!

The best time to go to Everest Base Camp is from early September to late November. This is the time when the monsoon season has ended and the weather is clear, providing the best visibility for trekking and climbing. Additionally, the temperature during this time is mild, making it more comfortable for trekking and camping.

However, the best time to visit will also depend on your own preferences and what you're looking to get out of the trip. If you're looking to climb the peak, the climbing season typically takes place in the spring, typically from March to late June 

Everest Base Camp (EBC) has two base camps, one on the south side of Nepal and one on the north side of Tibet. The elevation of South Base Camp, which is the more popular and most common base camp for climbing Mount Everest, is at an elevation of 5,364 meters (17,598 ft) above sea level. The North Base Camp, which is used by climbers attempting the North Col route, is located at 5,150 meters (16,900 ft) above sea level.

Additional Information

Everest Base Camp Trek


►Windproof/waterproof jacket. (1)

►Fleece jacket. (1)

 ►Shirts and t-shirts. ( 3/4 pairs)

►Down jacket. (1) (provided by Company)

►Raincoat. (1)


►Warm cotton long pants. (1/2 pairs)

►Waterproof pants. (1)

►Long thermal underwear. (2)

►Short underwear. (3/4 pec)


►Sun hat or scarf. (1)

►Warm fleece hat. (1)

►Sunscreen sunblocks, and Lipbalms with UV protection.

►Sunglasses. (1/2 pairs)


►Comfortable trekking boot.

►Thick shocks. (3/4 pairs)

►Light shocks. (3/4 Pairs)

►Camp shoes and sandals.


►Warm waterproof (gore-tex) gloves.


►Basic First Aid Kit.

►Sleeping bag ( Provide by the company)

►Water Bottle


►Day-pack or Backpack

►Swiss Knife

►Torchlight or Flashlight

►Hand Sanitizer

►Hiking Pole

►Smartphone or Compact Camera


Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. The trail takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and pristine forests.

The weather at Everest Base Camp can be challenging, but that's part of what makes it so rewarding. Here's what you can expect during your trek. The first thing to know about the Everest Base Camp weather is that it can change quickly. One minute it can be sunny and warm, and the next minute a cold wind can come blowing through. That's why it's important to pack layers, so you can adjust to the conditions.
In general, though, the weather at Everest Base Camp is pretty stable. Temperatures stay relatively cold all year round. From June to September, temperatures are usually warmer because there is more sunlight during those months. However, when night falls on a mountain slope, these temperatures can drop low because of the altitude (Everest Base Camp sits at 17,598 feet).

Snow typically starts falling in November or December before gradually melting by May or June. Monsoon season starts from late June until September. Heavy rains are possible any time this year, but there are more common from July through September. Make sure your rain gear is always handy! When it comes to the weather at Everest Base Camp Trek, remember: dress in layers and prepare for anything.

Standing at a whopping 17,598 ft, Everest Base Camp is one of the most popular treks in the world. The Everest Base Camp Trek takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery Nepal has to offer, including the Khumbu Glacier – Nepal’s largest glacier.

One of the main reasons people undertake this trek is because of the feeling of accomplishment that comes with reaching such a high altitude. Not to mention, getting to see Mount Everest up close is an experience that few people get in their lifetime.

Trekkers usually take around two weeks to complete the journey to and from Everest Base Camp, spending around 12 days at Base Camp itself. Because it is so physically demanding, many companies offer different levels of assistance on the way back down to give those who have hiked up an easier time descending.

Even still, it can be hard for unprepared trekkers to make it all the way up or back down. As you go higher, there are fewer oxygen molecules in each breath due to lower air pressure. The lack of oxygen, combined with temperatures well below freezing during much of the year, can create dangerous conditions for anyone without proper gear. Those who do not prepare properly should not embark on this hike as they could face life-threatening consequences.

Base Camp sits at 5,364m. Trekkers must ascend over 2.3 miles vertically before they reach the top of Kala Patthar (which means Black Rock) and begin the descent down to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu. There are various ways to get back down – but none of them come without challenges. People sometimes descend by helicopter, which provides a much smoother ride than trekking down. On the other hand, helicopter rides are expensive and weather plays a big factor in whether they will fly or not.

Once you finally make it back to Namche Bazaar after such an arduous trek, you will undoubtedly feel exhilarated and proud of what you accomplished!


Everest Base Camp Trek is categorized as a moderate trek, as it involves hiking at high altitudes and in remote areas. The trek can be physically and mentally demanding and requires a good level of fitness and preparation.
Some risks are associated with the trek, such as altitude sickness, which can occur when ascending to a high altitude too quickly. Symptoms include headache, nausea, and fatigue, and can be treated by descending to a lower altitude. In severe cases, it can lead to High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE) and High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), which can be fatal if not treated immediately.

Other risks include hypothermia, frostbite, and falls on steep and rocky terrain. Also, the trek can be affected by unpredictable weather, such as snowstorms and freezing temperatures.

To minimize the risks, it is important to acclimatize properly and to take necessary precautions, such as carrying the right gear and equipment and following the guidance of experienced trekking guides. Additionally, it is recommended to consult a doctor before undertaking the trek and to have travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking.

In general, the trek can be dangerous if not taken seriously and if the necessary precautions are not taken, but with the right preparation and guidance, it can be a safe and rewarding experience.

Travel Insurance

For everyone who will plan to Trek in Nepal, it is highly recommended that you get travel insurance that covers added expenses that might result due to various health issues, injuries, or accidents (together with the ambulance, helicopter rescue, and other treatment costs). Your insurance policy should cover the entire activities that you are planning to accomplish throughout your stay in Nepal.

In addition to this, the policy should also cover death, misplaced luggage, theft and liability, cancellations, medical treatment (counting hospital charges, cost of the medicine, and doctor’s fees) as well as repatriation costs. Also, this trekking trail in Nepal takes you 5,000 m above the altitude, therefore, you also need to ensure that your insurance policy covers treks that go over 5,000 m. 

We suggested that you buy your insurance policy from your home country before joining us, as it is difficult buying a local travel insurance policy for foreigners in Nepal.

Meals And Accommodation

While you’re in Kathmandu, your accommodation is at a standard hotel (Arrival time and departure time). Your accommodation is at the best local Lodge and Guest Houses where available. The Mountain local Lodges are clean and have comfortable beds. The Lodges are fairly basic and the room is spare with twin beds. Blankets are generally provided. There is a large dining hall and warm fitted with a chimney duct, in which a log fire is lit.

Eating is a big part of the Holiday. Travelling with Northern Trekking Team, you experience a vast array of wonderful Nepalese food, Italian, Thai, Chinese, and several local foods. While on the trek you will be on full board all 3 times meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, with Tea/Coffee) included in the package. Your guide will suggest delicious, hygienic special food during your trips. Generally, chosen menu items are Nepalese meals (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, various types of soups, Momo’s (steamed dumplings), boiled and fried potatoes, kinds of pasta, and even pizza. So, overall you have a different choice of foods on the trek. During this trek, you will usually have breakfast and dinner at the same guest house.

Booking Payment

You should book the service at least 15 days before the trek departure date. After you confirm your trip with us, you should be transferring us a photocopy of your passport or your personal information. The personal information you have to provide us is your first name, middle name, last name, passport number, date of birth, nationality, and gender. Importantly, you need to pay 20% of the total price in advance for the domestic flight tickets and hotel booking, and permit process. You can pay the remaining balance before you start the trek.

Domestic Flight Information

Generally, the Everest region has to use Twin Otter and Dornier as primary modes of transport to and from the airstrip. Since you are trekking in the geographically as well as climate-wise most difficult part of the world, it is natural that flights get cancelled. Mountain weather conditions or technical issues are something we cannot predict. In case of cancellation of flights, we can hire a helicopter for you to maintain your schedule. A helicopter facility can only be provided if our clients agree to pay the extra charges. Unwanted to say, the helicopter takes 4 to 6 passengers at a time and the cost can be shared amongst the passengers. We would like to repeat that in case the helicopter service is required, the trekkers must pay the cost. We can help you prepare the documents you need to submit to the travel insurance company for reimbursement. Please be informed that the Twin Otter and Dornier aircraft allow only 15kgs as the weight limit. This weight is equal to 33 Pounds. This weight includes both your duffel bag and daypack. This means you need to pack and prepare your luggage wisely. We suggest you not exceed the limit to avoid an additional cost of USD 2 to USD 5 per kg.

Personal Expenses 

How much money or cash you should be bringing with you depends on how you do the trip and the number of days you want to spend here in Nepal. Much also depends on your spending habits. Generally, you must have to take 10 to 15 USD to spend your expenses, such as laundry, telephone calls, snacks, camera, and mobile battery charging. How much you will be spending during your trekking depends on the standard of the package you have purchased. 

Our Guides And Safety

Our guides are fully trained and licensed by Nepal Government Tourism Department, and certified by TAAN & Nepal Mountaineering Association.

All our Trekking Guides are professionals with decades of experience in this field of adventure. They are trained specially for specified and various trips, to cater to the flexible requirement of our clients from different nationalities, this will assure you that your trip will be enjoyable and in the safe hands of professional experts.

On every trip, will be one Trek leader and an assistant leader on each additional 7 people in the group on treks, this arrangement would ensure that even if any of our guide/ assistance guides gets sick or clients may get sick and need to be evacuated or staying behind from the walks, it wills still works smoothly and there would non-impact with our original trek plan. 

Every 7 trekkers will have one Sherpa helper for carrying their trekking bags.

Caring Porter

Our porter is fully strong, helpful, and friendly. Their salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transportation, and Insurance on each trip with us. As you know that we are very trustworthy and polite, while on trek thus we make sure that our porter is fully prepared for the trip. We are closely working with the International Porter Progress Association for the welfare and benefit of trekking porters. 

The load carried by our porter minimum of 20 to 25 KG maximum so be sure that your trekking bag is not more than the above figure.

High Altitude

This is a high-altitude journey and elevation starts from a low of 2,860 m to 5,545 m high, where symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) might occur due to dry air, cold wind, and less oxygen. Generally, for The Everest region trip one needs to be in good physical with sound health to avoid other medical complications on the route of the journey, just follow our guide he will advise and suggestions which keep and make you feel secure to enjoy this fabulous adventure with us.

Best Time To Visit Nepal

Three best seasons for the trek to the Everest region. We suggest you join in at the right time of the year as far as possible.

Things To Know Before Trekking

The main flow of foreign visitors in Nepal is for trekking from moderate to adventurous or challenging treks, the most important is choosing the right trip as per your duration of holiday and fitness, for Everest Himalayan trekking adventure one needs to be in sound health and physically fit.

On booking our preparation of fitness required walking-jogging-Jumba-aerobic at least fifteen days before your departure from the home country.

Please send us your dietary list and medical history report so that we can arrange them well in advance respectively. Book the ticket from home for Kathmandu, Nepal to reach at least two days ahead and earlier from trek departure with much space in Kathmandu after the trek, this allows you more time in Nepal to enjoy the culture and heritage sites of Nepal and also in case of a flight delay (Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu) which can happen sometimes due to bad and unfavourable weather.

Passport & Visa Information

What do you need to obtain A Nepal visa?

If you are thinking of taking a visa at the airport or immigration entry point, the following are your requirements:

  1. A valid passport (The passport should have a validity of at least six months)
  2. You should fill out the application form for visas available at the airport or immigration entry points.
  3. Two passport-size photos
  4. Visa fees should be paid in cash.


Entry points to Nepal
  1. Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu
  2. Eastern Nepal – Kakarvitta, Jhapa
  3. Central Nepal – Birjung, Parsa
  4. Northern Border – Kodari, Sindhupalchowk
  5. Western – Rupandehi (Belhiya, Bhairahawa)
  6. Mid-western – Banke (Jamuna, Nepalgunj)
  7. Far western – Kailali (Mohana, Dhangadhi) / Kanchanpur (Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar)


Visa Fees
  1. USD 30 or equivalent convertible currency for 15 days.
  2. USD 50 or equivalent convertible currency for 30 days.
  3. USD 125 or equivalent convertible currency for 90 days.
  4. For the tourist of SAARC nationals, free visas for up to 30 days.
  5. A visa is not required for Indian nationals. However, if they enter Nepal via air, they will have to show a valid identification certificate (passport/ citizenship certificate). Children under the age of 10 do not need to show an identification certificate.


Visa Extension
  1. If you want to extend the visa for 15 days or less, the visa extension charge is USD 45. In the case of a delay of fewer than 150 days, an additional USD 5 per day is a late fine.
  2. If you want to extend the visa for more than 15 days, USD 3 will be charged per day after 15 days. However, the visa can be extended a maximum of up to 150 days in a visa year (Visa year refers to the year starting January to December.)


Transit Visa

When a foreigner has to get down at a Nepalese airport as a result of his/her transit point or due to any forced landing for whatever reason, the foreigner can obtain a transit visa for a day after paying USD 5 or any other currency equivalent.

Download Tourist VISA Form (.pdf)

Other General Information
  1. Entering Nepal or staying in Nepal without a valid visa is illegal.
  2. A tourist visa can be obtained either through the Nepalese embassy or consulate or other mission offices in your nation or at the immigration entry points in Nepal listed above.
  3. Visa once issued cannot be amended and the visa fees are non-refundable.
  4. You should pay the Nepal visa fees in cash. A credit card or cheque is not acceptable.
  5. Visa charges are not applicable for children under 10 years of age, however, they must obtain a valid visa.
  6. If you are obtaining a new passport or travel document, you are advised to contact the Immigration Department for the document transfer.
  7. Always carry your passport and trekking permit while trekking.
  8. Some of the areas are restricted for filming. Therefore, be careful not to do activities that are strictly prohibited.
  9. The culture, tradition, and sentiments of Nepalese people should be respected. Do not perform any activities that would hurt their sentiments.
  10. Do not perform any activities that would lead to moral turpitude.



  • Based on 43 Reviews

Sacha P | Austria | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

We wanted adventure, and we got it!

Apr 2022

We wanted adventure, and we got it! But we also wanted it to be safe and enjoyable, and Mingmar made it so! Trekking with my family to Gokyo Ri, across Chola Pass en Everest Base Camp was great. Mingmar and his team got us there and back. Climbing a real mountain was my lifelong wish and Mingmar was there to cheer me to the top.

Mingmar was our guide, but became our friend.

marijanne | Australia | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

Amazing trek to Gokyo, Chola pass, EBC, and Lobuche Peak

Apr 2022 • Family

Mingmar is very flexible. He did everything we asked and more. We changed our schedule during the trek and he advised how we could best continue. The whole trek was amazing.

Date of experience: April 2022

Ade | Indonesia | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

Lifetime experience

Taking lifetime experience, trekking to Everest Basecamp is my dream come true. I choose Ming Mar as our guide because my friends have great past experiences. He served, guided, and
motivated very well throughout the whole journey. Without him and his team, we couldn't make it to EBC safely. I would come back to Nepal and take another trekking tour with him.

Date of experience: June 2018

Ivo G | Bulgaria | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

Great EBC trek experience!

We did the EBC trek with Mingmar a few years ago. It was a great experience and he had a big role in it. He showed us everything we wanted to see and alter the route so that we go through the best possible views, something you don't see on the "standard" route. And generally, it was a great trip, everything was organized very well and it was a pleasure going on the trek with Mingmar. Nice to see he has his own company now. Thumbs up :)

Date of experience: May 2018

Trip type: Traveled with friends

mikemcdonald11 | United Kingdom | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

EBC trek dream come true

Mingmar was our guide on the ECE trek a few years ago in 2016. Mingmar was an excellent guide for us. He is very upbeat and personable and he quickly put us at ease with his friendly demeanor. Mingmar also seemed to have a lot of contacts within the different tea houses that we stopped at and it was very apparent that he was very experienced in leading trekking groups as he was always carefully monitoring our pace and overall well-being, even going as far as gifting us an extra Snickers bar when energy levels were low. I also appreciated how he carefully weighed our safety versus our goal of reaching base camp when we were caught in a snow storm high in the mountains; consistently checking with us and keeping us in the loop. We always felt we were in great hands with Mingmar. I would highly recommend his services to anyone else considering this trek.

Date of experience: March 2018

SDesai | United States | On 27th Jun, 2022

1 Excellent

Everest base camp

I learned about Mingmar from a friend of mine who had previously hiked EBC with him. She described him to me as “the best person she has met in all her travels” and she’s traveled the world! Mingmar is an amazing guide and is very knowledgeable when it comes to the technicalities of the hike. He takes care of his clients’ smallest needs and he’s the friendliness person you will come across. I would highly recommend him to anyone.

Date of experience: February 2019

Khalid Batnain | Saudi Arabia | On 9th Sep, 2022

1 Excellent

Everest base camp trek Amazing

This trip really couldn't have been better. Mingmar was our trek Everest Base Camp guide. He was a magical man! It was a difficult and impossible time, but he never let us down. He went above and beyond.

Flights to Lukla were incredible. The flight took us 35 minutes to the Lukla airport. It was a great experience. The trek was excellent, and the tea house and food were better than expected. Northern Trekking Team is the best for their services at the best price.

If you are looking for a tour, look no further than these guys.

Date of experience: July 2022

Mohammed Aljuwaysim | Saudi Arabia | On 9th Sep, 2022

1 Excellent

It was great trips , Everest base camp trek + Kalapatthar 5545m

Thank you very much for this wonderful Everest base trek. Everything was super organized from the beginning to the end. Without any problems we booked the trek at Northern Trekking Team from Saudi Arabia . Questions were answered promptly by mingmar and his team. Our guide also Mingmar was already a piece of family for us .He was very professional and he did medical training safety 100%with NTT, mingmar give us fresh fruit everyday dinner time and on the way energy food provide us . and we are very grateful to them. For me it was a perfect trek with wonderful People and I choose the best company I am so lucky to have this company. I will come back with northern trekking team some day

Many many thanks for everything

Best regards Mohammed Aljuwaysim

Patuan Handaka Pulungan | Indonesia | On 9th Sep, 2022

1 Excellent

an awesome journey!

I got Mingmar’s number from a friend in Indonesia. When I met him personally, my impression about him was a friendly and honest person. It felt likes Mingmar was my long time friend. And when our trip began, the rest is very satisfaction. This company served us with best accomodation, best tea houses, best food, and of course the very best guide, Mingmar himself. Whats more important was the price for our trip to EBC and Island Peak far more cheaper than other companies. I will come back again to Nepal and of course with Northern Trekking Team!


F117stealth | American Samoa | On 9th Sep, 2021

1 Excellent

Flexibility in making your own schedule & good balance price/quality

Well, the trip was perfect, we were lucky with the weather window but also with the organizer and its team.

We did in 11 days the following: Namche, Dole, Gokyo - Gokyo RI, Dragnang, Cho la Pass, Lobouche, Gorak shep, EBC, Kalla Pattar, Dingboche, Chukung, Island Peak and back to Lukla, more than 160km in Sagarmatha national park. Read More

eko santoso gokong | Indonesia | On 10th Sep, 2021

1 Excellent

Only Mingmar can do everything you need in Nepal

Trekking or Climbing with Northern Trekking Team (Mingmar Tamang Company) is make it more easy. I have excellent service and hospitality of Guide and Staff from that mountain guides. my experience with him make me want and more come back Himalaya, and sure with Mingmar...

Date of experience: October 2021

Dan M | American Samoa | On 1st Sep, 2020

1 Excellent

Amazing Trekking Company

I have hiked with Mingmar 4 times now (Annapurna, Everest, Lantang, and Manaslu) over 5 years and each trip gets better. Nepal itself is amazing, but having a good guide can help make the experience even more magical. Mingmar and his team know the best tea houses to stay at, all the mountains and wildlife, and make sure you have a safe, fun, and memorable journey all while at a competitive price compared to other companies! I could not more strongly recommend Northern Trekking Team for your trip to Nepal.

Date of experience: February 2020

9helenaj | Sweden | On 10th Jul, 2019

1 Excellent

Mingmar is the best guide we've had!

Out of all hikes and treks we've done this was by far the best. Not just because of the views but because of our guide, Mingmar. He had a lot of knowledge to share about the culture and mountains, added with a personal touch. Very accommodating!

I also ended up getting sick due to altitude at basecamp and he gave us the support, help and information needed while staying calm and helping us keep our cool. Even after we were back in Kathmandu he made sure we were okay. We were in very safe hands!

Date of experience: November 2019

Sari | Germany | On 10th Sep, 2019

1 Excellent

Trekking to Mount Everest Base Camp

I went trekking with two friends to Mount Everest Base Camp with Mingmar as our guide. It was an amazing trip, and Mingmar was the best guide we could hope for. As people from Denmark we were not used to heights and we of course experienced altitude sickness. However, Mingmar checked up on us a lot, and helped with everything and made sure we were safe all the time. He has a lot of experience and we felt safe and in good hands the whole time. Besides, we had some good conversations and got to know a lot that we would not otherwise have known if we did not have a guided.
The route is amazing with such beautiful nature. I would surely recommend it to anyone who likes trekking and likes being in nature.

Date of experience: January 2019

Nick J | American Samoa | On 10th Mar, 2019

1 Excellent

Everest Base Camp with amazing team!

In October of 2019, I traveled to Nepal and did the EBC + 3 High passes trek. Sange Ghising was my guide and did an amazing job! His English was good and he helped me to achieve my goals when I didn't think that I could go any further. What a great guide! The Everest region is beautiful and should be on everybody's bucket list. I can't say enough good things about my trip!

Date of experience: October 2019

surjo10 | India | On 10th Mar, 2019

1 Excellent

Island peak climb + Kongma La + Ebc

Hi, my name is Surjo Chowdhury and I am from Kolkata, India. I went to Nepal this November 2019, for the island peak climb, kongma la pass and the ebc trek. I contacted Mr. MINGMAR TAMANG from the Northern Trekking Team to be my guide and to arrange the Island Peak climbing portion and I am so glad I did that. Well, I only have good things to say about Mingmar dai, he is super patient ( he answered all my questions even before I appointed him as a guide), he is very well behaved and very very knowledgeable and helpful.

He completely organised my island peak climb and it went very very smoothly, he also accompanied me to the summit on my special request. I am very very satisfied with his service and co-operation. Read More

Pavan Kumar R | India | On 10th Sep, 2019

1 Excellent

Amazing experience - EBC trek (Apr/May '19)

Earlier this year I made up my mind to start working on my bucket list, EBC trek was one of them in the list. On Apr 26, 2019, we were a group of 6 who made it successfully to EBC and returned back in one piece! Thanks to Mingmar and his team (Birman and all porters), we had a great experience, just enjoyed every bit of the trek. Mingmar made sure we were well taken care of, fed well (Dal Bhat), he chose nice Tea Houses to rest in the night. He's a great guy, very patient, made sure everyone on the team is healthy and fit, gave very good tips while trekking, overall it was a memorable experience. I would definitely recommend Mingmar Northern trekking team,

Date of experience: April 2019

natalistig | Denmark | On 10th Feb, 2019

1 Excellent

EBC trek

Such an amazing experience! Mingmar was the best guide. He was very friendly, and took really good care of us.
I would always recommend this company!

Date of experience: February 2019


Ronald K | American Samoa | On 10th Jun, 2019

1 Excellent

Great tracks

I did a walk to Everest base camp a few years ago with mingmar, he is a great guy, I really recommend doing a tour with him! Good expertise and a nice guy!

Date of experience: November 2018

Trip type: Traveled solo

Anthony Y | Canada | On 10th Nov, 2019

1 Excellent

Amazing Hike

We had to opportunity to go to Nepal, specifically for a hike of a lifetime... Mount Everest!
We met Mingmar in Lukla - our first leg of the hike! Mingmar was well prepared, even though our luggage wasn't (sitting at Kathmandu) but Mingmar made sure it arrived to us in Namche Bazaar.
Mingmar made our hike entertaining, he was informative, and most of all watched over us during the hike and made sure we were well taken care of at each TeaHouse where we stayed.
Mingmar ensured our amazing adventure was secure and safe, I would highly encourage anyone wanting an amazing Guide... Please use Mingmar!!


Date of experience: 2019

dabozky | Indonesia | On 10th Sep, 2018

1 Excellent

EBC basecamp

Been in Nepal for first time and met this great guy as my Sherpa. Thank mingmar for such great experience. If you need best Sherpa go with this team. I really hope can climb island peak this year with them. See u soon mingmar. Hope you can continue your great work.

Date of experience:2018

Ilham R | Indonesia | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent


Northern Trekking is the best Trekking company you will ever use, Ive experienced many helpfull things from them. And they really prioritize your safety, convinient, and satisfaction. I will recomend northern trekking to everybody that go for an adventerous journey in Nepal. 100/100 for northern trekking. I will never forget the experience you guys gave me. Thankyou very much!!!!!


Date of experience: October 2021

Trip type: Traveled with friends

RSC1003MIA | United States | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Everyone Should do this Once...

We did not plan our trek through Northern Trekking Team however we did the Everest Base Camp trek with Saroj prior to him joining this team.
Our experience with Saroj was better than we could have expected. He was helpful and mindful of us and our needs the entire trip. He made changes along the way to ensure we got the most out of the adventure and we left feeling like we have a new friend and we still remain in touch with him. If he is the caliber of guide on these trips then I can not recommend them more highly.

Date of experience: August 2018

Active Holiday Company | India | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Everest Base Camp

Mingmar is one if the most experienced trekking guides and has very good relationships in the region which can really enhance your trekking experience. Most important they know what to do in case of an emergency...

Date of experience: May 2019

Trip type: Traveled solo

Arindam Saha | India | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Everest base camp trek

I'm writing to thank team for giving us a wonderful experience on the EBC trek. Mingmar Tamang encouraged, entertained and led us really well throughout the trail and their staff ensured we were treated with some delicious food on each camp to keep us healthy and charged up for the next day's walk. The team took care of all our worries and allowed us to focus only on the trail and it's breathtaking beauty. I say all this on behalf of our entire batch. Thank you!


Date of experience: October 2018

Trip type: Traveled with friends

Josh Hay | United States | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Couldnt be happier, amazing trip and the best guide!

We have just completed the everest base camp trek and words cannot describe it, its simply out of this world! the scenes are incredible and our guide nurbu sherpa was incredible, if you ever had an issue nothing was too much effort. super friendly and also had a cracking sense of humour! highly recommened to anyone looking to take on any trip in the Himalayas.

thank you nurbu


Date of experience: May 2019

Trip type: Traveled with friends

Jay Arghhh | Canada | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Amazing experience

Highly recommend. Mingmar provided an amazing experience, great guidance and took great care of our whole group.

I did the Everest basecamp trek through the Chola pass to see the Gokyo Lakes.


Date of experience: November 2018

Trip type: Traveled with friends

Dzazgencja | United Kingdom | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Higly recommend

I did my Everest base camp trek in September/Oct. It was great experience. Mingmar was always very helpful and he has a sweet nature and great attitude which helped a lot in rather sharp conditions of Himalayan trek. He ensured we walk in a right pace so we don't get altitude sickness. He helped us with replacement of our sleeping bag which got lost at the airport, offered a jacket when one of the trekkers got cold. Also the places we were staying in during the trek were clean and had great food. I wasn't hungry at all, I even didn't lose any weight although I was walking a lot.
He became our friend and we keep in touch still. We planning to return one day to do other treks.


Date of experience: September 2018

Trip type: Traveled as a couple

saharsh | India | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Everest base camp & kala pathar

I have had an incredible experience. My guide name was Mingmar. He is very experienced person and very knowledgeable as far as the Himalayan range is concerned. He took care of all our group members in a responsible way. Mingmar you rock man. You helped living my dream and will never forget you


Date of experience: September 2018

Trip type: Traveled with friends

luisribero | United Kingdom | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Everest Base Camp Trek

My wife and I did the Everest Base Camp trek and it was an amazing experience. Mingmar the guide was extremely helpful and charismatic. Mingmar made us feel very comfortable from day one. He found the best guest houses for us to stay during the trek.
Thanks to Mingmar and his team, our experience couldn’t be better.


Date of experience: March 2019

Trip type: Traveled as a couple

luson11 | United Kingdom | On 11th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Hard but Worth!

Did the everest base camp trekk with Ghising who was an awsome guide! Absolutly recomend it to anyone who is seeking a good trekk with an awsome view of everest and nereby mountains.


Date of experience: April 2018

Trip type: Traveled solo

Kiagoes | Indonesia | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Excellent service!

Namaste. Mingmar and porter team (Tshering, Prem, Ram) are simply the best. Very helpful, attentive, friendly and did all they could to make our group feel comfortable throughout the rigorous trekking trip. I engaged Mingmar’s service in December 2017 and immediately had no doubt to use his service for the second time in June 2018. For his team’s support, we managed to reach EBC checkpoint and returned safely. Highly recommended.


Date of experience: September 2018

Trip type: Traveled with friends

JELAJAH LANGIT DUNIA | Indonesia | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Best guide

I am very happy with all the services provided.You have to try, see Everest closely. accompanied by a professional guide. This is very fun


Date of experience: August 2019

Trip type: Traveled solo

Ed O | United States | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Best Guide Around

We trekked to EBC with Mingmar. His leadership made this the trip of a lifetime and left us excited to get back to take in some more time in the Himalayas and the Nepalese culture. We're going back in the spring to climb Mera Peak with Mingmar and wouldn't have it any other way.


Date of experience: October 2018

Trip type: Traveled with friends

BorneoSzombathely | Hungary | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

The BEST tour operator company

I'm all about the EverestBC tour. The guide Mr. Mingmar you very much understands his job. He is a resident here and so he knows everything like his palms. Very good accommodation. The food is also varied. Patient and helper Mr. Mingmar and his very good humor blessed man. I am always pleased with my journey to Everest. I hope you still meet. If you don't know which tour operator to start, I recommend this company with a calm heart. You won't be disappointed 👌🤞👏🥰


Date of experience: May 2019

Trip type: Traveled with friends

cal wonnacott | United Kingdom | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Incredible Trip

Guided safely up to EBC and Kala Pather. Guides always managed to answer any question thrown at them. When individuals on the trip asked the lead guide to go above and beyond to get them home early, he did! Incredible in every area!


Date of experience: May 2019

Trip type: Traveled with friends

Gordon K | New Zealand | On 16th Nov, 2022

1 Excellent

Gordon Kloth

It was a great trek to EBC and Kala Pather. Amazing experience. Everything went well and was organized. I liked it so much that I became a part of the team.


Date of experience: November 2018

Trip type: Traveled solo

حسن ا | Saudi Arabia | On 20th Jul, 2023

1 Excellent

Great company

I embarked on the Everest Base Camp trek during the monsoon season, and to say it was unforgettable would be an understatement. Guided by the exceptional Northern Trekking Team. From the moment I arrived in Kathmandu, the team at Northern Trekking ensured every detail was meticulously organized. They provided a comprehensive pre-trek briefing, which allayed any concerns I had about trekking during the monsoon season. Their experienced guides were enthusiastic and well-versed in the area, and their passion for the mountains was contagious. Read More

Saeed ahmed A | Saudi Arabia | On 20th Jul, 2023

1 Excellent

Wow great company

Excellent team! From the moment we set foot in Kathmandu, their warm welcome and attention to detail made the entire trip seamless. The well-organized lodges and hearty meals along the way were a comforting treat after long days of trekking. The fellowship among the team and fellow trekkers created a fantastic atmosphere, adding to the sense of accomplishment upon reaching Everest Base Camp. I highly recommend embarking on this adventure with the Northern Trekking Team, for an experience that will leave you in awe of the Himalayan beauty and with memories to last a lifetime.


Date of experience: Jul 2023

Trip type: Friends

Hassan A | Saudi Arabia | On 20th Jul, 2023

1 Excellent

Everest base camp trek was wonderful

Trekking to Everest Base Camp during the monsoon season with Northern Trekking Team. I can confidently say that Northern Trekking Team made this adventure unforgettable, and I would highly recommend them to anyone looking best travel company in Nepal.


Date of experience: Jul 2023

Trip type: Friends

Jared W | United States | On 29th Oct, 2023

1 Excellent

EBC base camp trek

Mingmar is amazing!!! Highly recommend and I could not ask for a better guide. Truly cares about his clients!!!

Kevin N | Germany | On 4th Nov, 2023

1 Excellent


5 stars for Mingmar and his Northern Trekking Team! Everything works well, from the pick up at the airport, over the stay in the hotel and the trek itself. I've done the EBC Chola Gokyo Trek and he knows nearly everybody on the way, what shows, that it's really his second home. Because of this you feel safe and well guided at every moment. He took care of me, as I got a bit problems with the altitude and we discuss the different opportunities for the next days, but in the end we could do the trek like planned. Everything was well planned and if there was something critical, he found a solution. You feel that he's doing it with heart and very personally and not only for money. That's not often given in the trekking business!
In the end I would book again at Northern Trekking Team! :)

Gersy K | Indonesia | On 3rd Jun, 2024

1 Excellent

Best Everest Base Camp Experience

Mingmar is a great guy to manage everything correctly and accordingly. He gave me a great explanation about everything needs in track for solo travelers like me. He even help me buying gears night before i flight to lukla. Read more

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