Highest altitude
11-13 days walking

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Everest Base Camp Trek Overview

Have you always dreamed of hiking to the base camp of the world’s highest mountain – Mount Everest (8,848m/29,029ft)? Well now you can, and we promise that your Mt Everest Base Camp trek with us will be all that you dreamed of!

Trekking beyond the base camp to the summit of Kala Patthar with the most spectacular views of Everest is every bit as wonderful and amazing as you might imagine. From start to finish, this trek is packed full of adventure. The stunning natural beauty will take your breath away, time after time. You’ll discover new levels of personal endurance and accomplish feats you never thought possible. You’ll experience the fun and laid back culture of the Sherpa. Come face to face with working yaks, and you’ll visit spiritual places that will deepen your self reflection. If you’re seeking pure wonder, this trek is for you!

The Mt Everest Base Camp trek is a challenging trek, with a strenuous climb up to Kala Patthar. So a good level of fitness is required.

Trekking to Gorakshep (5,164m/16,942ft)

Our adventure begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu into the small mountain airport in Lukla, named after Sherpa Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary – the first men to summit Everest. We start our trek at 2,860m/9,383ft, well away from the buzz of daily life. Entering Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park, you’ll feel privileged and excited to see the wild beauty within.

Vibrant Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,286ft) lives up to its name. Here you can find everything imaginable and more! Hike to one of the many vantage points of this amazing settlement and see clear views of Mount Everest for the first time! Visit singing monks in the Buddhist monastery at Tengboche. Take a spectacular photo of the Ama Dablam Stupa with its namesake in the background. Then, as we continue our ascent to Gorakshep, enjoy the beautiful scenery that just keeps getting better.

Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft) and Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192ft)

From Gorakshep we hike to Everest Base Camp. We can’t see Mount Everest from the camp, but you’ll have a great view of the Khumbu Icefall and Glacier. Depending on the time of year, you’ll see mountaineers and Sherpas preparing to summit the highest mountain in the world!

We rise early the next morning and wrap up warm. It’s time to make our own summit – Kala Patthar at a mind blowing 5,545m/18,192ft! We push ourselves to the limit as we hike up steeply for two hours, glancing to see the dramatic dawn view and wondering what it’s like by day. We’re about to find out! Watch the sunrise with a spectacular view of Mount Everest, Lhotse (8,516m/27,940ft) – the fourth highest mountain, Nuptse (7,861m/25,791ft), and Changtse (7,543m/24,747ft), among many others. Of all the magnificent panoramic views in the Nepal Himalaya, this is the one!


We return to Kathmandu the same way, taking a flight from Lukla and experiencing the adrenaline rush as the plane takes off downhill! After your Mt Everest Base Camp trek ‘adventure of a lifetime’, you’ll be glad to have time to relax and celebrate in the capital.

Kathmandu is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so you’ll want to see some! Get more ideas about what to do in this Kathmandu Travel Guide.

Ask us about including a sightseeing tour in your itinerary and make sure you allow time to pick up souvenirs and gifts!

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All our itineraries are examples only. Of course you can follow the exact itinerary detailed here if it works for you. But normally we customise every itinerary based on your travel plans and preferences. Then we work with you until you’re completely satisfied that you’ve got an amazing trip planned!

Day 1

Arrive in Kathmandu

We’ll be waiting to pick you up when you arrive at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. We’ll take you straight to your hotel in Kathmandu. The rest of the day is yours to relax, explore and prepare for your trek. If you still need to pick up some equipment, you’ll find everything near your hotel in Thamel, the tourist haven of Kathmandu.
Day 2

Fly to Lukla (2,860m/9,383ft) and trek to Phakding (2,600m/8,530ft) ~3 hours walking

After an early breakfast, we go straight to the airport for our flight to Lukla. The flight itself is an experience! We’ll board a small plane, so you’re guaranteed a good view. Watch the pilots make their preparations in the cockpit, then sit back, relax and enjoy an incredible 40 minute scenic flight into the mountains. Once we touch down at Tenzing-Hillary airport, we’ll meet our other team members and get ready to begin our trek. We’ll walk just three hours today, as we begin adapting to the high altitude. After two hours walking, we lunch in Ghat. Then after another hour of walking, we arrive in Phakding where we’ll spend the night. The afternoon is yours to look around and relax!
Day 3

Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,286ft) ~6 hours walking

We start our day with some short uphills and downhills as we cross bridges above the Dudh Kosi river several times. Prepare yourself for an incredible view of Mount Thamserku (6,623m/21,729ft) as we pass through Benkar village. We continue to Monjo and the entrance to Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park, where our trekking permits will be checked. Then after two and a half hours, we gradually descend to Jorsale and have lunch. If you haven’t tried it yet, dal bhat is a must! We continue for an hour along the riverbank to the impressive Hillary suspension bridge. Then you’ll really test your legs for the first time with a steep two hour climb up to Namche Bazaar, where you’ll be rewarded with incredible views of Everest, the fourth highest mountain Lhotse (8,516m/27,940ft), Kusum Kanguru, Taboche and many more. We’ll spend two nights in colourful Namche Bazaar whilst we acclimatise to the high altitude.
Day 4

Acclimatisation day in Namche Bazaar (~4-5 hours walking, up to 3,880m/12,730ft)

We’re staying put, but it’s not a rest day! Hiking to a higher altitude and then descending to sleep is great for your acclimatisation. Plus there are many things to see and do around Namche! We start with a hike up to Syangboche home of the Hotel Everest View with a spectacular view of the highest mountain on Earth! Then we continue to the Sherpa village of Khumjung at the foot of sacred Mount Khumbila for lunch. Before we return to Namche, we visit the Sir Edmund Hillary school and hospital built by the Himalayan Trust. The rest of the day is yours to explore fascinating mountain city Namche Bazaar. Here you’ll find smiling Nepali shop owners, trekking gear, and trinkets galore!
Day 5

Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3,867m/12,687ft) ~6 hours walking

Day five promises the most magnificent views of the Himalaya yet! After 30 minutes you’ll see Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Taboche, Thamserku, and many other snow covered peaks. We continue easily for two and a half hours to our lunch stop at Phungki Thanka. Then we’ve got another long, steep climb up to Tengboche, home of Tibetan Buddhist monastery Dawa Choling Gompa, and a spectacular view of Everest. We spend the night here and take time to explore the monastery grounds before visiting the resident monks inside.
Day 6

Tengboche to Dingboche (4,410m/14,469ft) ~5 hours walking

We wake up in time to watch the sunrise over Everest, don’t forget your camera! After breakfast, we’ve got an easy two hour walk to the vibrant village and Ama Dablam base camp – Pangboche. Another 30 minutes and we arrive at Somare for lunch. The stunning mountain scenery stays with us as we walk another two hours to Dingboche known for its many stone walls. We’ll spend two nights here, to acclimatise before we make our final ascent.
Day 7

Acclimatisation day in Dingboche (~3 hours walking, up to 5,083m/16,677ft)

We’ll have a fairly easy day, but you won’t want to miss a chance to hike up Nangkartshang Peak to see amazing views of Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Island Peak and many more mountains. The hike up will take us just under two hours, and an hour to return – in time for lunch in Dingboche. The afternoon is yours to relax.
Day 8

Dingboche to Lobuche (4,940m/16,207ft) ~4 hours walking

You’re right in the heart of the Himalaya now! The views in every direction will take your breath away. We’ll hike up gradually for two hours and stop for lunch in Thukla. Then we climb for an hour to pay our respects to deceased Everest summiteers on Lobuche Hill. We finish with an easy walk to Lobuche, our resting place for the night.
Day 9

Lobuche to Gorakshep (5,164m/16,942ft), and Everest Base Camp (5,380m/17,651ft) ~6 hours walking

On day nine you’ll walk on the mighty Khumbu Glacier, enjoying spectacular, panoramic views down the valley. We’ll reach Gorakshep in just three hours. Watch out for yaks on the trail! After lunch we hike for two hours to our ultimate destination Everest Base Camp! Depending on the time of year, you’ll find an assortment of colourful tents and can see the hopeful summiteers making their preparations – it’s fascinating! We can’t actually see Everest from base camp, but that won’t stop you taking loads of photos of the huge Khumbu Icefall and Glacier. After all, how many people do you know that have been to Everest Base Camp?! It will take us an hour to get back to Gorakshep. Better get some rest – day ten is the big one!
Day 10

Summit Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192ft), then turn back and trek to Pheriche (4,370m/15,518ft) ~7.5 hours walking

You’ll be pleased to have reached base camp, but there’s more to come! Wrap up warm and grab your head torch. We make a very early start on day ten to climb to our highest point Kala Patthar, in time to see the most dramatic sunrise of your life! It’s the toughest climb of the trek and will take about two hours. We highly recommend you have something sweet in your pocket, you might need an energy boost! When you reach the top and watch as the sun lights up a dreamlike 360° landscape, you’ll be grinning from ear to ear. Soak up ‘the view of your life’! Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori and Changtse stand tall among a forest of jagged white peaks, surrounding you in every direction – yes, it’s completely incredible! You might feel like you could stay right there on top of Kala Patthar forever, but what goes up must come down and we’re bound for our return journey. From Gorakshep we’ll walk for nearly five hours to Pheriche, before we take our rest.
Day 11

Pheriche to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,286ft) ~6 hours walking

Down, down, down we go! Back the way we came, all the way to Namche. We’ve still got another full day of trekking, but you’ll likely be tempted to have a celebration drink in one of Namche’s many quirky bars!
Day 12

Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2,860m/9,383ft) ~6.5 hours walking

After another long, mostly easy walking day, we’ll be back where we started in Lukla and our trekking adventure comes to an end! Congratulations will certainly be in order!
Day 13

Fly to Kathmandu and rest!

We take an early flight back to Kathmandu, check into our hotel and then the rest of the day is yours to explore, relax and celebrate! Kathmandu is home to an impressive seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so you’ll be sure to want to see some! Ask us about including a sightseeing tour in your itinerary. At the end of the day get ready for our final farewell celebration meal and culture show.
Day 14

Contingency day - in case of a delay at Lukla

Flights from Lukla are often delayed due to bad weather. So, we build an extra day into your itinerary as a precaution. If your flight is on time, you’ll have an extra day to explore Kathmandu. This contingency day isn’t mandatory but we strongly recommend it.
Day 15

Goodbye Nepal

We’ll organise your transfer to the airport for your flight home. However you may wish to stay a little longer in Kathmandu and explore the quirky maze of streets and many other famous attractions. Don’t worry – we’ll let you know all the options and we’ll work with you to design your perfect itinerary!

Book this 15-day private trip for 2 people from just USD $1,649 per person! Ask us for a quote for larger groups.

We calculate the exact cost of your trip package based on your customised travel plan and the number of people trekking. This way, you only pay for what you want and if you prefer, you can choose to make some of your own arrangements – like city hotels.

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As standard, our quotes include and exclude the following. However, when we provide a quote we’ll explain exactly what is and isn’t included in the cost, which will be based on your customised itinerary.

Transfers from and to Kathmandu International Airport
Excellent 3* hotel shared accommodation (twin or triple share) in Kathmandu with breakfast (optional for an extra cost: choose to stay in a luxury city hotel)
Private transfers to and from Ramechhap and return domestic flights to Lukla, OR return domestic flights direct from Kathmandu to Lukla (off season only)
Shared accommodation in teahouses (usually 2 people per room) during the trek
All meals during the trek – choose a standard option from the menu at breakfast, lunch and dinner, each served with a cup of tea or coffee
Experienced and friendly English-speaking Guide; their salary, accommodation, meals and insurance
Porter (1 between 2 people, to carry a maximum of 12kg per trekker); their salary, accommodation, meals and insurance (optional for an extra cost: 1 porter per person, maximum 24kg load)
Trekking permits
Celebration meal in a great local restaurant (with a cup of tea or coffee)
All government taxes
Trek route map and completion certificate
Meals not specified in the ‘INCLUDED’ costs above
Additional tea, coffee, all mineral water (we recommend water purification tablets), and bar bills (coke, juice, beer, etc.)
International airfare
Travel insurance
Nepal entry visa fees
Tips for guides and porters
Sightseeing costs (transport, attraction entry fees and cultural tour guide)
Credit card fees and bank charges (no charge if cash paid in a major currency)
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Everest Base Camp Trek with view of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse from Kala Patthar
Panoramic view of Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp trek
The sloping airstrip at Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Lukla, on the Everest Base Camp and Everest View treks
Stunning scenery walking to Namche Bazaar on the Everest Base Camp and Everest View treks
Colourful mountain settlement Namche Bazaar, Everest Base Camp and Everest View treks
Ama Dablam Stupa with Ama Dablam in the background, Everest Base Camp and Everest View treks
View of valley and mountain peaks near Dingboche, side trip from Everest Base Camp trek
Yaks carrying provisions to Gorakshep near Everest Base Camp
Tibetan Prayer flags at Everest Base Camp
Tibetan prayer flags on top of Kala Patthar with view of Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp trek
View from the summit of Kala Patthar on the Everest Base Camp trek
The Khumbu Glacier from Everest Base Camp

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 19 reviews
January 12, 2024

I’m so glad I’ve found Nepalorama Trekking and would highly recommend them to anyone who wish to trek in Nepal.

Me and my friends, we had such a wonderful trekking experience with them before (ABC via Poon Hill in 2022) that we decided to go back again for EBC and Gokyo Ri Trek in late November – December 2023.

Then again, Anna was very helpful in organizing our trip. She’s very accommodating and prompt in answering all your questions. Krishna was also very nice and friendly as always. Even though he was not our guide this time, he took good care of us during our stays in Kathmandu and made sure everything was going well with us during the trek.

We had Bibek as our guide and two porters. I can’t thank you enough for all that they have done for us. Bibek was friendly, polite, knowledgeable and reliable. He always tried to provide us with the best possible rooms with nice view and attached bathroom (if available). While trekking, he liked to point out the breathtaking views of the mountains and then took great pictures for us. I absolutely agree with other trekkers that he is an awesome guide.

I believe we’re going to trek again in Nepal, and we’ll definitely trek with the Nepalorama team.

December 21, 2023

We had a great time with Krishna and his Nepalorama team last year when we went to ABC. So we went back again this year for our EBC trip. We had a new team, Bibek was our guide with two kind porters. They were great, made sure we are safe. Nepalorama took care of us well since the day we arrived at the airport until the day we left Kathmandu. It was a great trip, amazing experience. Would love to go back again!!

November 10, 2023

We had an amazing time trekking 11 days to EBC! From start to end, the Nepalorama team were excellent in making us feel welcome in Nepal from greeting us at the airport, to a farewell dinner on the last night. The trek itself was difficult at the higher elevations, but our guide Santosh took excellent care of us the whole way, booking tea houses, transport, finding our amazing porters Buddha and Boopendra, beating us at cards and ensuring our bodies were in a good condition to continue each day. We visited not only EBC (5,364m), but also sumitted Kala Patthar (5,545m) to watch the sun rise over Everest! We could not recommend booking a trip with Nepalorama enough.

From Gary, Alex and Jonathan, Thankyou for the amazing experience and we look forward to our next Nepali trek with Nepalorama!

April 27, 2023

Booking and organizing a trip was incredibly easy and smooth. I contacted them with a trip request pretty last minute and they were able to book a trip for me with ease. Everyone was knowledgeable and easy to communicate with! My guide Santosh was amazing and very helpful along the trek (EBC). On the trek I did not have to worry about anything, all the logistics were handled by my guide and the trip was even molded to my hiking style and speed due to the fact that I was a solo trekker. I will be recommending Nepalorama to any of my friends who wish to hike in Nepal.

March 20, 2023

My first time to Nepal and first time at altitude I had a grand adventure thanks to Anna, Krishna and my guide Bibek. My programme was tailored for what I wanted to do and Anna was very responsive in fielding any questions and providing the information you need as a first time trekker to Nepal. Once on the ground the whole thing was seemlessly coordinated by Khrishna with local expertise. My guide Bibek was outstanding. His knowledge of the mountains and Everest region gave me a great deal of confidence. He was a good communicator and a great companion for the whole trek. We were very lucky with beautiful weather which obviously has a bearing on the experience. I came away in awe of the scale of the region and having had a good adventure which was pitched well within my limits. I would definitely highly recommend Khrishna and his team.

March 7, 2023

From the first moment I had great confidence in the agency. Everything was perfectly organized. No wishes were left unfulfilled and they always responded quickly to any questions. Krishna is a great boss, Buddhi is an awesome guide and I can call both of them my friends today. On my next trip to Nepal I will trek with Nepalorama again. Many thanks for everything!!!

November 18, 2022

We had a fantastic 14-days trekking trip to Everest basecamp and Gokyo lake through Chola pass with our guide Purna from Nepalorama. Purna was very helpful, professional and also very caring and friendly. During the trip we had an issue with our stomach and Purna helped to arrange a doctor for us in Gorakshep and fixed our problem! We have a great time and the best experience in Nepal. Highly recommended to anyone interested in going to the trekking in Nepal.

November 12, 2022

Just got back from an amazing trip to Nepal with Nepalorama. Communication with Anna prior to the trip was excellent and she was super helpful with all of my questions when creating a custom Nepal itinerary. Meeting Krishna at the airport on arrival made everything so easy, and the accomodation in Thamel was clean, comfortable and in a great location. The trekking was fantastic, with our knowledgable guide Bibek, and later Buddhi, being super helpful with all of our needs. Despite some disruptions due to sickness, Krishna was always in touch with me and I felt like I was in very safe and capable hands the whole time. I also had the privilege of visiting and staying at Krishna’s home town which was an awesome way to cap off a truly memorable trip. Thanks so much team – I highly, highly recommend Nepalorama

July 11, 2022

Kim & I went to EBC with one of the greatest leaders one could have asked for Mr Bibek.
We could not have achieved getting to EBC without his ability to accomodate changes to our schedule when we got sick.
Nepalorama Trekking was able to accomodate all our needs and expectations from the onset with communication with Anna (administration) who was able to put together our itinerary through to being picked up at the airport by Bibek and on through our trek they never missed a beat.
We can highly recommend this company for their professionalism thoughtfulness and all on all nice people.
If your looking for a small group experience go with Nepalorama Trekking because if we hadn’t I am sure we would not have made it
And remember in Nepal it’s always “little bit up & little bit down”
Kim & Kev

July 11, 2022

My father and I trekked to EBC with our guide, Bibek. We have dreamed of this father daughter adventure and Nepalorama delivered beyond our expectations! We were looking for a private guide excursion that was a locally led company and discovered Nepalorama. From the start, they were highly communicative asking about our hopes and creating a custom itinerary.

As soon as we arrived in Nepal, the team was tremendously hospitable and welcoming. They also were very flexible and positive with our weather delayed flights, ensuring looking into all options.

The trek itself was a truly beautiful, challenging, and once in a lifetime experience. Bibek was the most wonderful guide we could have hoped for and always ensured we were having a joyful trek. He did a perfect job organizing our meals and accommodations, sharing stories and histories about the sights and towns, and always making sure we were safe and healthy! He has become a friend to our family and we plan to go on many more Nepalorama adventures in the future!

November 5, 2019

This was my first time trekking in Nepal as EBC is in my bucket list, I search in google about what company should I trek with? I found Nepalorama, and I like their passion of doing the business.
I start writing email to Anna, and she respond very quick especially when I have questions about the journey, that make me feel so good.
When I arrive Nepal, my guide “Bibek” is waiting for me at the airport and take the best care of me along the way. He is very friendly and manage everything very well. It’s couldn’t be better!!

June 22, 2019

From the first email to Nepalorama they exceeded our expectations – the customer service was fantastic. Anna who organised our trip could not have been more helpful – best service ever – super quick at getting back to us and had so much knowledge and first hand experience of trekking in Nepal.

Next up when we arrived we met with Krishna who was wonderful, he helped show us around Thamel and recommended great friendly places to hire the equipment we needed. During our trek, Krishna was in regular contact with our guide Bibek (more about him in a moment) to make sure everything was going okay – with Nepalorama you are really cared for on such a personal level.

Our guide Bibek was so amazing!!!! I’m sure all the guides at Nepalorama are great but you have to ask if he is available. Always smiling, making us laugh so much, so caring and always going the extra mile to ensure every day was special. We spent almost a month with Bibek and it was sad to leave when our amazing treks came to an end.

I don’t often take the time to write reviews but with Nepalorama I feel like I owe it to them – our trip could not have been better in any way.

With so many companies out there it can feel like a bit of a minefield but with Nepalorama you are in safe hands from start to finish – couldn’t speak more highly of them.

Thank you sooooo much Krishna, Anna and Bibek!!!!!

April 24, 2019

This is the second time we use Nepalorama. The service is as good as the same. Krishna, the MD, arranged everything in order and helped us solve problems during our trek in due course. Highly recommended to use the service of Nepalorama.

December 19, 2018

We hiked the EBC trail in 2017 and they organized a personal tour for my girlfriend and I in a very short 9 day timeframe. I would recommend taking 12 days!

As the trail was a challenge in this timeframe we were lucky to have the flexibility and support to take an extra acclimation day in Dingboche on the way up. As this changed the plan, our guide Ramesh was able to help us move our flight from Lukla back a day. On top of this they were able to endure a 13 hour hiking day from Gorak Shep to Namche to get us back in time!

Many thanks to Ramesh and Padum for making this journey possible, we couldn’t have done it without them!

November 1, 2018

I went to EBC with my friends with some special task!! I’ve plan to ask my girlfriend to marry me!! Everyone in this trip help me so muchhh, especially Ramesh (our guide) and Khrisna (our ground coordination at KTM).

Along the way, we had some classic trouble like many people. Some of us are sick by AMS. Our guide and porter are the truly heroes!! They all very friendly and helpfully that make you feel very safe when go trekking with this team. They take care us perfectly, such as if he know that you Look too tired, he’ll carry the stuff for you and help you as much as he can, or when you sick too. My friends needed to go down rapidly due to AMS. Our guide take care our friends so good and coordinate with his brother, who is waiting to coordinate everything on ground, call the helicopter to help my friends go to safety zone. Very thanks to them.

So, if you would like to go trekking anywhere in Nepal, I’ll recommend Nepalorama for sure. Enjoy trekking!!!

By the way, she said yes!!! ❤️

October 18, 2018

Very nice company. They take a good care to me and my friends I recommend this company for who want to trekking.

May 9, 2018

Wonderful and happy 17 days EBC (Everest base camp )trekking trip. We are come from Taiwan, and we have 6 people, I like to do trekking with my friends. We can talk each other and help each other that’s feel so good. Everyday have comfortable bed and delicious foods, the best of thing that good weather everyday. Thanks GOD!! We go to EBC first and then Gokyo lake, amazing and beautiful ice mountains. Then we take the helicopter left Gokyo lake to Kathmandu and had a city sightseeing and shopping 1.5 days. It’s very cold in April, so don’t forget warm clothes, like gloves, sacks, hats, jacket, sunglasses… And don’t forget trekking point and crampons that maybe have snow and ice in Chola pass. Thanks for the professional guide Ramesh Adhikari and porters, see you next time! My friends!

March 7, 2018

I completed Mount Everest Camp trekking in September 2017 with three other friends. It was a great and memorable trip. Krishna was the guide accompanied and guided us through the trek for 13 days. He took good care of us during the trek and made the trip a memorable one. He is very reliable guide to hire his service. Great Krishna thanks for the memorable Everest Base Camp trek. Look forward to another trek sometime in near future.

March 6, 2018

My friends and I trekked to Everest Base Camp with Nepalorama Trekking. It was one of the best experiences of my life! The flight to Lukla was like a scenic flight and you really do fly right into the mountain region. The trek was a real adventure. Scenery was amazing and it got more impressive the closer we got. My highlight was the view from Kala Patthar. You feel like you’re in another world, surrounded by huge mountains – I could have stayed there forever.

Our guide was brilliant. We chatted with him all along the way, learning about Nepal and his culture. He spoke really good English. He was always smiling, and when it got tough was great at the encouragement to keep us going. He kept us well informed so we knew what to expect each day. We didn’t need to think about anything because he organised everything and he seemed to know most people along the way. I felt really lucky to have had him as our guide. We’d definitely use this company again. I was in awe of our porters too, always there before us with our bags waiting.

If you’re thinking about trekking to EBC, definitely book it with Nepalorama Trekking! The trek and company are amazing!

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