Luxury Trek to Everest Base Camp – 7 days

Luxury Trek to Everest Base Camp – 7 days

Start Point

Namche Bazaar

End Point






Max Altitude

5454 m.





No. of Person

Min. 01 Pax


  • Exploring Sherpa’s traditional villages enriched with Buddhist culture and customs
  • The views of Month Everest and some villages below the place are outstanding
  • Sagarmatha National park is the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE
  • Getting a blessing from Lama Rimpoche in Tengboche monastery
  • Trekking route covered with rhododendron, pine, and oak forest, terraced fields, meadows, pastureland, bridges, monasteries, museum, library, laboratories, wilderness, etc.
  • The magnificent views of the world’s highest peak, 8,848.68m/29,029 ft.
  • Be stunned by the chilling beauty of the Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefalls
  • Relish breathtaking landscapes and panoramic views of mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Pumori, and many others throughout the trek
  • Hike to Kalapathar, from where one can enjoy the sunrise views amid the panoramic views of the Mountains in the Everest Region

Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Overview

Trek to Everest Base Camp, the highest mountain in the world, and return by helicopter. Doesn’t that sound amazing? Prepare to enter a world of astonishing alpine landscapes, unspoiled wilderness, and vital centers of the Buddhist faith. Join Adventure Land Nepal on this opportunity to complete the Everest Base Camp Trek in just a single week.
We’d welcome you to join us on this 7–Day Everest Base Camp Trek adventure to reach your ultimate destination for at least a once-in-a-lifetime experience in the magnificent Himalayas, a heaven on earth, especially for adventurous trekkers.

When you think of traveling in the Himalayas of Nepal, do you think of the Everest Base Camp Trek? The mighty Mount Everest has been a household name since 1953 when Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay made history by reaching the mountain’s 8,848-meter summit. But you don’t have to be a mountaineer to enjoy all Everest offers.

Our seven-day trekking package is the perfect combination of challenge and reward, with steep staircases leading to splendid views of fertile valleys and high-altitude passes ascending to tremendous panoramas of the Himalayas.

Hiking for a week at a high elevation does demand a certain degree of physical strength and mental endurance. Still, with the help of your trusted guide—and your passion and determination—you’ll soon reach Everest Base Camp for yourself.

It’s easy to see why the Everest Base Camp Trek is one of Nepal’s most celebrated hiking routes. As you trek through the rocky ravines, rhododendron forests, and the Khumbu region’s steep mountain paths, you’ll look at the highest mountains in the world.

And we’re not just talking about Mount Everest! Our seven-day trekking itinerary will bring you to the lookout point of Kala Patthar, where you’ll enjoy a 360-degree feast for the eyes from an altitude of 5,545 meters.

You’ll be fully surrounded by the stunning Himalayan giants known as Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam—to name just a few. And if you’re a nature lover, you’ll savor the opportunity to explore the mysterious Sagarmatha National Park on the way there, keeping your eyes peeled for rare birds and mammals.

Of course, the Everest Base Camp Trek is also famous as the home to the colorful communities of Khumbu’s Sherpa inhabitants. These friendly villagers are renowned worldwide for their hospitality and incredible mountaineering skills.

Adventure Land Nepal has designed our seven-day Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary to appeal to travelers with limited time to spend in the mountains. You can rely on your expert guide to share the highlights of this historic trail from start to finish, from the dramatic landing strip at Lukla to the bustling communities of Namche Bazaar and Tengboche.

You’ll even enjoy a helicopter flight from Gorak Shep to Lukla, a rare privilege that’s sure to become one of your most cherished memories. All told, don’t be surprised if you fall in love with the natural beauty of the Himalayas and the friendly people who make their home in these mountains.

For many visitors to Nepal, completing the Everest Base Camp Trek is nothing short of a life-changing experience. If you’re ready to plan your successful adventure, contact us today by email or WhatsApp at +977 9841225255. Travelers with two weeks’ holidays may consider our Comfortable Everest Base camp trek, including the days for acclimatization, or an Everest base camp trek of 12 days. If you are physically fit and an experienced hiker, then you may opt for our short EBC Trek with no acclimatization days, but it’s possible.

Here are some of the other popular trekking trails in the Everest region:

Everest View Trek: This trek offers stunning views of Mount Everest without having to go all the way to Base Camp.

3 High Passes Trek: This challenging trek passes through three high passes, including the Kongma La Pass, which is over 5,500 meters high.

Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek: This trek combines the Everest Base Camp Trek with a visit to the beautiful Gokyo Lakes.

Tyangboche Trek: This trek takes you to the Tengboche Monastery, one of the most important monasteries in the Khumbu region.

Everest Base Camp Trek: This is the classic Everest Base Camp Trek, following the same route that has been used by trekkers for decades.

Namche Bazaar Trek: This trek takes you to the Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar, which is the gateway to the Everest region.

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek: This trek is a longer and more challenging alternative to the standard Everest Base Camp Trek. It starts in the town of Jiri and follows a less-traveled route to Base Camp.

Detail Itinerary

Arrival at Kathmandu International Airport:
A representative from The Adventure Land Nepal Tours and Travels will be at the airport to greet you upon your arrival.
They will assist with the immigration process and help with any luggage you may have.
Transfer to Hotel:
After the airport welcome, you’ll be transferred to your hotel in Kathmandu.
The representative will ensure you reach your accommodation comfortably.
Check-In at Hotel:
Upon reaching the hotel, you’ll go through the check-in process.
The hotel staff will provide you with information about your stay, including meal options, Wi-Fi access, and other amenities.
Free Time in Thamel Street:
Thamel is a vibrant and popular neighborhood in Kathmandu known for its bustling streets, shops, restaurants, and cultural atmosphere.
The rest of the day is yours to explore Thamel at your own pace. You might choose to visit local markets, shops, or cafes.
Local Recommendations:
The Adventure Land representative or hotel staff may provide recommendations for places to visit or dine in Thamel.
This is an excellent opportunity to experience the local culture and start getting acquainted with your surroundings.
Rest and Relaxation:
After your exploration, you can return to the hotel to rest and relax, especially if you’ve had a long journey.
Optional Activities:
Depending on your arrival time and preferences, there may be optional activities or cultural experiences you can choose to participate in.
Next-Day Briefing:
If not covered upon arrival, you can expect a briefing the next day about the upcoming activities and the overall tour program.

Namche Bazaar, the bustling heart of the Khumbu Valley, beckons with the promise of both mountain majesty and creature comforts. The aroma of freshly baked bread from a cozy bakery mingles with the crisp mountain air, a delightful contrast to the breathtaking panorama of snow-capped peaks. Here, in this Sherpa and Tibetan capital, adventure and relaxation go hand in hand.

Sunrise at Everest View Hotel: A Himalayan Symphony

An early departure from Namche sets the stage for a spectacular sunrise at Everest View Hotel. As you ascend, the rising sun paints the Himalayas in a tapestry of golden hues, revealing the majestic peaks of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam in all their glory. Take a deep breath of the crisp mountain air, savor the panoramic vista, and let the vastness of the Himalayas fill your soul with awe. A steaming cup of coffee, warming your hands as you soak in the scene, adds a touch of luxury to this awe-inspiring moment.

Khunde and Khumjung: Exploring the Soul of the Sherpa

Next, your journey takes you deeper into the Sherpa heartland, to the traditional villages of Khunde and Khumjung. These charming settlements, nestled amidst towering peaks, offer a glimpse into the rich culture and resilience of the Sherpa people. Witness the colorful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze, visit the ancient gompas that whisper tales of centuries past, and perhaps even strike up a conversation with a friendly local, their eyes reflecting the wisdom of the mountains.

In Search of the Yeti: A Touch of Mystery

If luck finds you, your guide might lead you to the legendary Khumjung Monastery, rumored to house the scalp of a Yeti. Whether you believe the legend or not, the monastery itself is a treasure trove of ancient artifacts and vibrant Tibetan Buddhist culture. Immerse yourself in the hushed reverence of the prayer halls, admire the intricate murals, and let the whispers of the Yeti add a touch of mystery to your adventure.

Shyangboche Airfield: A Touchdown in the Clouds

Your journey circles back to Namche via the Shyangboche airstrip, perched precariously on a mountain ridge. This unique landing strip, used by daring pilots and thrill-seeking trekkers, offers yet another perspective on the Himalayas’ grandeur. From this vantage point, the valley unfolds like a verdant carpet, dotted with colorful villages and framed by the towering peaks that pierce the sky.

Namche Bazaar: A Restful Return

Returning to the vibrant hum of Namche Bazaar, you carry a backpack full of memories and a heart brimming with the beauty of the Himalayas. Savor a delicious Nepali meal in a cozy restaurant, share stories with fellow travelers over a drink in a local bar, or simply reminisce about the day’s adventures as you connect to the internet and send postcards back home. Namche Bazaar, with its blend of modern amenities and traditional charm, serves as the perfect base to reflect on your Himalayan odyssey and prepare for the adventures yet to come.

The third day of your trek unfolds, leading you deeper into the heart of the Khumbu region, a tapestry woven with breathtaking landscapes and rich Sherpa culture. Leaving the charming bustle of Namche Bazaar behind, your boots crunch on the trail, a rhythm of anticipation humming beneath your feet.

A Gentle Ascent: Unfurling Beauty with Every Step

The initial climb out of Namche is a gentle embrace, warming your muscles and slowly revealing the valley’s vastness. As you ascend, the panorama gradually unveils itself, like a stage curtain rising on a majestic performance. Ama Dablam, with its iconic pyramid peak, takes center stage, while Everest and Lhotse loom in the distance, their snow-capped summits gleaming like celestial crowns. Each step unfolds a new brushstroke on the mountain canvas, leaving you breathless with awe.

Kyangjuma: A Taste of Sherpa Life

Reaching Kyangjuma, a quaint Sherpa village nestled amidst rhododendron forests, feels like stepping into a postcard. Stone houses adorned with prayer flags peek through the greenery, children’s laughter mingles with the murmur of prayer wheels, and the air carries the aroma of wood smoke and yak butter tea. Here, time seems to slow down, inviting you to savor the simple beauty of Sherpa life and bask in the warmth of their hospitality.

Sansa: Where Mountains Kiss the Sky

Moving towards Sansa, the wide path unfurls like a welcoming carpet, leading you further into the embrace of the Himalayas. Panoramas bombard your senses – Ama Dablam flaunting its graceful curves, Everest piercing the clouds, and countless other peaks painting the horizon in shades of white and blue. With each step, the air thins, crisp and invigorating, a reminder of the altitude you’re gaining.

Tengboche: A Haven Steeped in Spirituality

As the day stretches its golden limbs, Tengboche comes into view, a haven perched amidst rolling hills and dominated by the iconic Tengboche Monastery. The sight is a culmination of your day’s journey, a promise of peaceful refuge and cultural immersion. Passing stupas adorned with prayer flags, each fluttering whisper a silent prayer, you cross a suspension bridge, the swaying rhythm adding a touch of adventure to your arrival.

Tengboche Monastery: A Beacon of Tibetan Buddhism

Stepping into Tengboche Monastery is like stepping into a sacred realm. The colorful flags flutter overhead, carrying prayers on the wind, while the golden roofs of the gompas glint in the sun. Monks in crimson robes move with quiet reverence, their chants resonating within the air, and the smell of incense hangs heavy, a fragrant offering to the divine. Explore the intricate murals, witness the ancient statues, and let the tranquility of the monastery wash over you, a welcome balm after your day’s journey.

Tengboche: A Canvas of Endless Exploration

With the day’s trek complete, Tengboche becomes your base camp for exploration. Wander through the village, its quaint shops offering yak wool blankets and prayer wheels, strike up conversations with friendly locals, or simply sit on a sun-drenched rock and soak in the mountain majesty. As twilight paints the sky in hues of orange and purple, you settle into your cozy guesthouse, the day’s memories swirling like prayer flags in your mind.

The fourth day of your Himalayan odyssey dawns, painting the Tengboche valley in a crisp mountain glow. Today, your boots carve a path through history and nature, leading you towards Dingboche, the gateway to acclimatization.

Debuche Monastery: Where Echoes of Chants Linger

Leaving the serenity of Tengboche behind, your journey begins on a stone-paved path, whispering tales of centuries past. Debuche Monastery, a majestic fortress of Buddhist culture, rises into view. Stepping through its ornate gate, you’re enveloped in the hushed reverence of prayer halls adorned with vibrant Thanka paintings. These intricate artworks, woven with silk and gold, unfold stories of gods and deities, each thread echoing the rich tapestry of Tibetan Buddhism. Breathe in the fragrant incense, listen to the rhythmic murmur of prayer wheels, and let the tranquility of the monastery wash over you, a silent benediction for your onward journey.

Pangboche: A Haven in the Forest’s Embrace

Emerging from the monastic sanctuary, you ascend towards Pangboche, a village nestled amidst a dense forest. The chirping of birds mingles with the rustle of leaves, a symphony of nature serenading your steps. Here, quaint houses adorned with prayer flags peek through the green foliage, and children’s laughter dances on the breeze. In Pangboche, you gain not just altitude but also a glimpse into the simple life of the Sherpa people, their resilience and warmth etched in every smile and every friendly greeting.

Orso: A Flatland Interlude

Leaving Pangboche, the trail flattens out, stretching into a golden ribbon that weaves through meadows and yak pastures. The air thrums with a sense of anticipation, a prelude to the ascent that awaits. Savor the vastness of the valley, admire the snow-capped peaks that pierce the sky, and breathe in the crisp mountain air, a refreshing elixir for your soul.

Dingboche: A Haven for Acclimatization

As the afternoon sun dips towards the horizon, casting long shadows on the valley floor, you finally arrive in Dingboche. This charming village, perched amidst rolling hills and dominated by majestic peaks, is your destination for acclimatization. Settle into your cozy guesthouse, the warmth of hospitality dispelling the chill of the mountain air. Dingboche’s quaint cafes and friendly locals offer a respite from the trek, a chance to rest, reflect, and prepare for the challenges and wonders that lie ahead.

The fifth day of your Himalayan odyssey unfolds, promising a day of breathtaking panoramas, challenging climbs, and the cozy refuge of Lobuche. With your breakfast fueling your steps, you bid farewell to the serenity of Dengboche and embark on a path woven with rock and awe.

Through Boulders and Beauty: The Road to Dughla

The trail unfurls beneath your boots, a rugged path adorned with granite giants. Negotiating the rocky boulders tests your strength and agility, but every bend rewards you with a vista that stirs the soul. Taboche, Cholatse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Khumbutse, and Lhotse – their names roll off the tongue like mantras, each peak piercing the sky with breathtaking majesty. The panorama unfolds like a celestial tapestry, erasing any fatigue from your limbs and replacing it with pure, unadulterated awe.

Dughla: A Ridgewalk with a Heavenly Feast

Reaching Dughla, perched atop a dramatic ridge, feels like conquering a mini-summit. The air, thin and crisp, invigorates your spirit, while the panoramic feast laid before you surpasses any earthly banquet. Towering peaks stand shoulder to shoulder, their snow-capped summits glittering like celestial jewels. Here, the strenuous climb melts away, replaced by a sense of accomplishment and a humbling reverence for the immensity of nature.

Along the Khumbu Glacier: A Glacial Symphony

From Dughla, the trail traces the moraine left by the mighty Khumbu Glacier. The world around you transforms into a landscape of ice and stone, a testament to the raw power of nature. Dotting the path are cozy teahouses, like welcoming oases in the frozen expanse. Take a moment to rest, sip hot tea, and savor the close-up view of Awi Peak, its rugged contours etched against the azure sky.

Lobuche: A Haven at the Foot of Giants

Finally, as the afternoon sun paints the mountains in a warm glow, you arrive at Lobuche, your haven for the night. Nestled at the foot of towering giants, this tiny village pulsates with a quiet energy. Settle into your lodge, the warmth of hospitality dispelling the chill of the mountains, and share stories with fellow travelers under a sky studded with a million stars.

The sixth day of your Himalayan odyssey dawns, beckoning you towards the heart of the Khumbu, to the legendary Everest Base Camp. Excitement thrums in the air, mingling with the crisp mountain breeze as you bid farewell to Lobuche. Today, you will conquer the final frontier, reaching the foot of the mighty Everest itself.

Across the Lobuche Glacier: A Dance on Ice and Stone

Your first challenge is the formidable Lobuche Glacier. Armed with crampons and fueled by your unwavering spirit, you navigate the icy terrain, a dance on a frozen river of time. Each step is a testament to your determination, each crackle of ice a drumbeat in the symphony of your journey. The towering walls of mountains rise around you, silent sentinels guarding the secrets of the Himalayas.

Gorak Shep: A Haven at the Foot of Giants

Reaching Gorak Shep, perched precariously on the edge of the Khumbu Glacier, is a victory dance of the soul. This tiny village, a cluster of stone structures against the vastness of the mountains, serves as your base camp for your quest to Everest. Take a moment to savor a well-deserved lunch, the warmth of food and camaraderie fueling your spirit for the final push.

Everest Base Camp: A Touch of the Divine

The afternoon sees you embarking on the final ascent, a challenging trek across rocky glaciers and windswept slopes. Every step tests your endurance, but the anticipation that burns in your heart propels you forward. And then, with a gasp of awe, you finally see it – Everest Base Camp, a canvas painted with tents, prayer flags, and the raw power of nature.

Surrounded by Majesty: A Feast for the Senses

At Everest Base Camp, the world shrinks to the breathtaking panorama that unfolds before you. Mt. Pumori, Mt. Barutse, Mt. Lola, Mt. Lobuche, Mt. Nuptse, and Cholatse, their snow-capped summits pierce the sky, a celestial crown adorning the earth. Even Everest, though shrouded in the clouds, whispers its presence, a silent titan commanding respect and awe.

Soak it in, breathe it in, feel it in your bones – the very essence of the Himalayas. Every gust of wind carries the echoes of climbers past and present, every prayer flag flutters with unspoken dreams. Take a moment, imprint this landscape onto your soul, and let the immensity of the moment wash over you.

Return to Gorak Shep: Relive the Journey

As the golden hues of sunset paint the mountains in a mesmerizing farewell, you retrace your steps back to Gorak Shep. Each step is a journey back through the day’s memories, a reliving of the challenges conquered and the beauty unearthed. Tonight, under a sky woven with a million stars, you settle into your lodge, your heart brimming with the quiet satisfaction of reaching the heart of the Himalayas.

The seventh day of your Himalayan Odyssey dawns, painting the Khumbu valley in a golden farewell. Today, you stand on the precipice of two journeys – a final ascent to Kalapathar, Everest’s celestial balcony, and then, a bittersweet return to Kathmandu, carrying the Himalayas etched in your soul.

Kalapathar: A Touch of the Divine

With the rising sun warming your back, you embark on the final climb to Kalapathar. The trail, etched onto the mountainside, meanders through snow and rocks, a test of your perseverance but a promise of unparalleled reward. Each step is a prayer, each breath a communion with the vastness of the Himalayas.

And then, you reach the summit. Kalapathar unfolds before you like a celestial tapestry, a vista painted with the brushstrokes of nature’s most majestic palette. The entire body of Mount Everest, no longer shrouded in clouds, stands revealed in its breathtaking glory. Nuptse and Lhotse flank the king of the mountains, their snow-capped summits mirroring the sky. Pumori and Lobuche stand guard, silent sentinels in this frozen kingdom.

A Feast for the Senses: Bathing in the Majesty

Spend hours at Kalapathar, a timeless realm where time melts away like the morning mist. Let the panorama fill your soul, its beauty etching itself onto your memory. Capture the golden glow of sunrise dancing on Everest’s peak, feel the wind whisper stories of climbers past and present, and let the silence resonate with the awe in your heart.

A Descent with Memories: Bidding Farewell to the Mountains

The descent to Gorakshep is a bittersweet journey. With each step, you are closer to leaving the Himalayas, yet every turn reveals another facet of their beauty. Savor the final moments, breathe in the crisp mountain air, and store the memories in your heart like precious jewels.

Kathmandu Awaits: Homeward Bound

As you board the flight back to Kathmandu, a wave of emotions washes over you. There’s the exhilaration of conquering challenges, the awe of experiencing raw beauty, and the bittersweet pang of leaving a piece of your heart among the peaks. But remember, the Himalayas are not just a place; they are an experience that will forever shape your being.

Your final departure day marks the conclusion of your time in Kathmandu, and it’s a day when the focus shifts to your journey back to your home country or onward destination. Here’s what you might expect on your departure day:

Check-Out from Hotel:

Begin your day by checking out of your hotel in Kathmandu. Ensure that you settle any outstanding bills and return any rented equipment or items.

Transportation to the Airport:

A representative from your tour or travel agency will pick you up from the hotel. They will assist with the transportation to the international airport.

Farewell at the Hotel:

At the hotel, you’ll bid farewell to the staff who have been hosting you during your stay.

Cost Details

  • What is Included
  • International and Domestic Airports pick up and drop off by private vehicle
  • Round trip Helicopter flights Kathmandu to Namche and Gorakshep to Kathmandu
  • Full board 3 meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) each day during the 8 days trek
  • luxury lodge accommodation or Guest House during trekking period as per chosen package twin sharing
  • Professional English speaking guide trained by Government of Nepal
  • Experience trekking staffs (2 guests: 1 porter basic) to carry baggage
  • All necessary trekking permits and local taxes
  • Hotel Accommodation and Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • What is Excluded
  • Visa fees / international airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses phone calls, mineral water, bar bills, hot shower, battery recharge, extra porters & gears etc
  • Tips for guides, porters (Tipping are expected but not mandatory)
  • Your travel Insurnce
  • Emergency Rescue
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