The classic 11 nights 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek
The golden crown during the sunrise and sunset in top of the Everest

The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the world-renowned trekking trails. Trekking to the base camp of the world’s highest place is not only walking. It means following with path to heaven. Each step moving forward closer to this gigantic peak will let you give a pose for lifetime photos.

The Everest region is in the eastern part and the Solukhumbu district of Nepal. This trek is also called the Khumbu Trek. This world-class trekking offers a mesmerizing view of the world’s highest mountain peaks and other snowy peaks in the surroundings.

Everest has different Names. In the Nepali language it’s called Sagarmatha, Sagar means sky, and Matha means head. And in Sherpa or Tibetan Language, it’s called Chomolungma, which means the goddess mother of the world. From all these names it refers to one of the significant things in the world.

Walking to the lap of this world’s most valuable Mountain Is called Everest Base Camp Trek. Trekking to the Base camp of this giant peak is not only witnessing beautiful nature. Also allows getting into the culture of the Sherpa people, who live in the high alpine areas of Nepal.

The Sherpa people are known as one of the strongest and toughest people from the Himalayas. They can easily ascend to any mountain peak in the world. That is why so many sherpa people have the world records to climb the mountains all over the world.

Hiking into the UNESCO World Heritage site Sagarmatha National Park is a full package. Nature, culture, traditions, and flora and fauna; these all things are going to see at one time while doing Everest Trek in Nepal. Naturally mountains and landscapes, culturally the Sherpa people and their culture, costumes, and tradition. Protected varieties of trees and animals as National Park.

Classic Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary

Day 1 Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding or Manju
Day 2:  Phakding or Manju to Namche Bazar
Day 3 Hike to Everest View Hotel and trek down via Khumjung Village
Day 4 Namche to Tengboche
Day 5 Tengboche to Dingboche
Day 6 Dingboche rest day
Day 7 Dingboche to Labuche
Day 8 Labuche to Gorekshep and Hike to Everest Base Camp
Day 9 Hike to Kalapatter and back to Pheriche
Day 10 Pheriche to Namche Bazar
Day 11 Namche to Lukla
Day 12 Fly back to Kathmandu.

This is the 11 nights 12 days trekking itinerary which is the normal itinerary for Everest Base Camp Trek. However, it can be changed as your time and plan to explore the Everest region. Because in this area other many trekking trails can add to this itinerary.

Other places can add during this trek.

Gokyo Valley

Gokyo valley is another outstanding place in the Everest region. The Gokyo lake, Nomochungma Glacier, Gokyo Ri, and the Cho Oyu are the must-visit places of the Gokyo Valley.

To reach this photogenic land there are different options first one is a direct way via Dole and Machhermo. The second option is to pass the Renjola via Thame

And last but not least option is to continue the Everest Base Camp trek to Zongla and pass Chola.

Kongma La Pass

Kongma La Pass is the highest pass of the Everest three-pass trek. Add this side to your journey to Everest Trek means expanding thrilling adventure in your journey. The elevation of Kongma La Pass is 5550m above sea level.

Chhukung Ri.

Chhukung Ri, is the perfect viewpoint of Everest, Nuptse, Makalu, and much more snow-capped peaks. Located in the backdrop of the world’s tallest ridge offers the best surrounding views. The top of this viewpoint is 5546m from sea level.

Phortse Village

Phortse village is an isolated village in the Everest territory. Visit this beautiful village while trekking to Everest Base Camp; means extending your trip for one more night in this heavenly land. This can add to your itinerary while waking up and coming back from EBC.

Best time to do Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest region is open for all seasons for trekkers. So the choice is your when to trek in there.

Spring season (March April, May)

This season is the king of the seasons and the best trekking season in Nepal. Not that cold and not that hot and the perfect weather condition to make your journey to your dream project.

Autumn season (September, October, November)

The Autumn season is the second-best trekking season in Nepal. This period also offers the best views, even though this is a festive season; so travel during this season is a full package to make a trip to Nepal.

Summer season (June, July, August)

The summer season is not that nice to trek in the Himalayas of Nepal. Because this is the rainy season and walking while raining is not a pleasant job. Also, most of the time, not the excellent mountain and landscapes view. Although this time the atmosphere will be greenery.

Winter season (December, January, February)

The winter season is very good for mountain scenery and to play the snow. However, the frozen season is not that nice because everything will be frozen. Getting water is the most demanding task in the upper part of the region. And of course, heart-biting cold is another disadvantage of this season.

Special Note.

This trek can do by everyone who is physically and mentally strong. However, better to have a previously walking experience in the Himalayas. Highly recommended to have the best travel insurance while trekking to Everest Base Camp. Because there are not the best medical facilities available in the Everet region.

If something is wrong need to rescue by Helicopter and that costs a huge amount. And weather conditions of the mountain always fluctuate. Therefore flying in and out from Lukla is always not sure. You may need to take an extra option which may be an unexpected cost for you.

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  1. […] Trekking to Everest Base Camp is a very tough but soulful experience to understand yourself and the power of nature. That is why if you are a travel lover Everest Base Camp Trek is the one you must do in your lifetime. This trek will take you through the Sherpa culture and tradition inside the Sagarmatha National Park. This National Park is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal. So you will not only pass through the Sherpa cultural world, you will get deep into the beautiful nature and creatures of nature.  […]

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