Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing

Nepal

16 Days

$1,800

This trip includes

Hotels & tea-house accommodation

All meals except in Kathmandu

Local flights cost covered in itinerary

Highlights

  • Explore the rarity of the wildlife of the Khumbu region within the protected area of Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Walk through the riverside of the Dudh Koshi River in the Khumbu trails and cross many suspension bridges. Also, get to cross the 123rd tallest bridge in the world.
  • Get closer to the unique culture and lifestyle of the inhabitants of Khumbu.
  • Watch the mesmerizing Khumbu glacier up close.
  • Challenge yourself to climb the Imjae Tse Mountain or the Island Peak.
  • Enjoy vistas of glacier moraines of mountains, including Imja Tse, Lhotse, etc.
  • Visit the base camp of Everest and get panoramic views of Everest from the Kalapatthar viewpoint.
  • Hike to the Nagarjun hills during your acclimatization day.
  • Visit the Irish pub of Namche, which is popular as the highest-altitude pub in the world.
  • See rhododendron bushes by the pathways as you stroll through stunning alpine greenery.
  • Observe several mountain ranges via the trip’s many destinations, such as Lhotse, Nuptse, Everest, Ama Dablam, etc.

Overview

Overview Everest, the world’s peak, is a revered treasure of Nepal. This peak has made Nepal a hub for mountain climbing and trekking destinations. A combined excursion of the Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak Climbing is one of them. This trip is quite popular among beginner climbers.

The trek to Everest Base Camp with Island Peak climbing is a popular combo. It takes you to the base of Everest and also allows you a little mountaineering adventure. A lot of people familiar with the Khumbu trails are aware of this adventure. However, do not worry if you are not; we’re here to fill you in.

The Everest Base Camp is on the foothills of Everest at an altitude of 5464 meters. The trek to the base camp also comprises a trek to the Kala Patthar viewpoint at 5545 meters. The Island Peak climbing, on the other hand, is a comparatively smaller trekking peak lying at a height of 5600 meters. The natives call it Imja Tse Mountain. However, the name Island Peak is popular among tourists as the peak appears like a snow-covered island from Digboche.

This adventure to Everest Base Camp and Island Peak climbing is quite exciting yet very accessible. Despite the journey consisting of a mountain climb, you need not be a professional climber. Novice climbers and trekkers with less experience can definitely complete this trip.

The Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak climbing will begin in Kathmandu and end back in Kathmandu. We will kick off our trip by flying to Lukla from Kathmandu. Then, we will walk toward Phakding, kicking off our trek. From Phadking, we head to Namche Bazaar, the beautiful Sherpa town.

We will stay in this town for a day to explore and acclimatize and then continue our trek. We will head toward Tengboche, another Sherpa Hamlet. Then, the walk leads us toward Dingboche. We will again stay in Dingboche for acclimatization and hike the Nagarjun hills. Then, we will continue our journey and head to Lobuche, passing Periche.

We will head near one of the major destinations of the trip, the Everest Base Camp. The road from Lobuche reads us to Gorak Shep, the last place for accommodation before base camp. We will start walking to the Everest base camp from Gorakshep. After that, we will return to Gorakshep and head to the Kala Patthar viewpoint next. Then, our journey will take us to the Island Peak base camp. We will climb the Island peak and then return to base camp. Then, we will head back to Lukla after our climb.

The road takes us to Lukla via Chukkung – Dingboche – Namche Bazaar – Phakding – Lukla. From Lukla, we will return to Kathmandu on a flight. This will be the end of our adventurous Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak climbing.

The packaged trip comes with many amenities covered, including the itinerary. Make sure you stick with us and learn everything about it!

EBC + Island peak Climbing Itinerary

Day 01

Flight to Lukla(2,804m) and trek to Phakding(2,610m)

Day 02

Trek to Namche Bazaar(3,440m)

Day 03

Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar(3,440m)

Day 04

Trek to Tengboche(3,790m)

Day 05

Trek to Dingboche (4,410m)

Day 06

Acclimatization day in Dingboche and hike to Nagarjuna(5,000m)

Day 07

Trek to Lobuche(4,950m)

Day 08 

Trek to Gorak Shep(5,160m) and hike to Everest Base Camp(5,545m)

Day 09

Morning visit of Kalapatthar and Trek to Dingboche

Day 10

Trek to Chukkung(4,760m)

Day 11

Trek to Island Peak Base Camp(5,100m)

Day 12

Climb Island Peak and return to Chhukung

Day 13

Trek back to Tengboche(3,860m)

Day 14

Trek to Namche Bazaar(3,440m)

Day 15

Trek to Lukla

Day 16

Morning flight to Kathmandu

Itinerary

Day 01

Flight to Lukla(2,804m) and trek to Phakding(2,610m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Phakding

Walking hours – 4 to 5 hours

We will kick off our Everest Base Camp with Island Peak climbing trip from Kathmandu. First, we will take a flight from Kathmandu to reach Lukla. We should land at the notorious airport runway (Tenzing Hillary Airport) in Lukla.

The flight might seem quite intimidating, considering the scary reputation of the runway. However, it will be a very mesmerizingly scenic flight with amazing vistas of the nearby Himalayas.

We will arrive at Lukla after around 45 minutes. Then, we will kick off the trek by leaving for Phakding from Lukla. The walk begins by crossing numerous rivers and terrains to reach Phakding. Most part of the trek will be walking alongside the Dudh Koshi River and crossing suspension bridges.

We will reach the day’s stop, Phakding, after around four to five hours of trek. This will be the point of our overnight stay, and we will check into a local lodge or tea house on arrival.

Day 02

Trek to Namche Bazaar(3,440m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Namche Bazaar

Walking hours – 5 to 6 hours

Today, we will continue with our trek as we head towards Namche Bazaar from Phakding. The walking for the day consists of passing through similar trails as yesterday. You will walk in the riverside (Dudh Koshi River) and pass various bridges. In today’s trek, you will cross the 123rd tallest bridge in the world.

Midway through the day’s trek, you will pass through the protected region of the Sagarmatha National Park. This is a well-known conservation area in Nepal, home to numerous rare species. We will ultimately leave the park and go uphill to Namche Bazaar. Because of the amazing views of Mount Everest that this position provides, it is frequently referred to as the “gateway to Everest.”

Namche Bazaar welcomes you warmly with its charming Sherpa-Buddhist lifestyle and stunning scenery. There are several trendy eateries and bars in the area where you may have fun. You can also visit the world’s highest-altitude pub in Namche. We have two days to visit this stunning area according to our itinerary.

Upon arrival, we will transfer to a nearby lodge and call it a day.

Day 03

Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar(3,440m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Namche Bazaar

The Everest Base Camp and Island Peak Climbing trip requires you to travel to very high-altitude places. So, the chances of getting sick due to the altitude is quite high. Practices to reduce such illnesses must be done during your trip. One of those practices is acclimatization. It refers to staying at the same altitude place while traveling to accommodate the region. On our third day of the trip, we will practice acclimatization in Namche Bazaar.

For the day, you will have the liberty to explore anywhere in Namche. The place provides you with several attraction sites. Some examples are the Irish pub, the world’s tallest pub, the Sherpa museum, and the Sagarmatha National Park museum. The main goal of sightseeing in Naamche is to take in the beautiful scenery. Also, observe the Sherpa way of life by engaging in conversation with the locals. Use this day to purchase souvenirs for your loved ones back home.

Day 04

Trek to Tengboche(3,790m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Tengboche

Walking hours – 5 to 6 hours

Today, after spending two days in Namche, we will resume our trek. Tengboche is the destination for today. We will begin with a little stroll upward before continuing to a longer, wider track. Views of Ama Dablam, Everest, and numerous other nearby peaks will become accessible. After that, the path descends to a jungle that eventually meets the Imja Tse River. You will reach Phunke-Tenga, a tiny hamlet.

Then the path continues to a second woodland with views of Kangtenga-Tharmasarku and surrounding peaks. Afterward, you’ll arrive at an open plateau with a vibrant and busy Buddhist monastery. Numerous priests and monks will be seen engaged in religious activities here. This is the ancient Tengboche monastery. The location where the monastery lies is called Tengboce. It will be our overnight stop.

It is the ideal location to capture the diversity of Khumbu’s environment and culture. Views of neighboring peaks are breathtaking, besides the Buddhist way of life. The remote alpine jungle is surrounded by pine, fir, oak, rhododendron, birch, and magnolia trees. Thanks to them, Tengboche is a great place to stop during the EBC trek for meals and overnight stays.

Day 05

Trek to Dingboche (4,410m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Dingboche

Walking hours – 4 to 5 hours

Dingboche is the next destination on our itinerary. With a stroll downwards, we will begin the day’s adventure by viewing the neighboring mountains. Once more, we’ll walk through the Himalayan Trail trees till we arrive at the Imja Tse River. You should cross the river using the steel bridge to get to the other end.

We will leave the vegetation line behind and head into the arid portion of the trek. This will be Pangboche hamlet. Before we go to the vicinity of Everest Base Camp, this is almost the final residential neighborhood. However, we will locate accommodations at our day’s destination. We’ll take a few trails that lead up to a river. It will only take us an hour’s walk from the river to Dingboche in the Imja Tse Valley. Views of the Island Peak to the east greet you as you approach the hamlet.

Day 06

Acclimatization day in Dingboche and hike to Nagarjuna(5,000m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Dingboche

We have again reserved today’s day for acclimatization. The overnight stop for the day will be in Dingboche again. To make the most of our time, we’re going for a little walk in the area. Today’s journey will head towards Nagarjun Hill, well-known for its breathtaking views of the Ima Tse Valley and the surrounding highlands. Following our walk for the day, we will return to our lodge. We’ll resume our adventure the next day.

Day 07

Trek to Lobuche(4,950m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Lobuche

Walking hours – 4 to 5 hours

Today, we will travel to Lobuche, another Sherpa settlement. We’ll begin with a stroll in the morning that ends with a quick climb. It will bring us to multiple memorials. The region will also have a ridge marked with Buddhist prayer flags. In addition, there’s a great, easy hiking track with great vistas of the nearby mountain peaks.

We will have views of the Taboche and Cholatse peaks as our trail snakes over the Pheriche valley. The journey ends at a small spot near Thugla, where the massive Khumbu glacier melts and creates a raging river. Crossing a bridge, we will go for an uphill walk and reach a point where there is a memorial commemorating fallen mountaineers. Our point of the overnight stay, Lobuche, is a short distance from here.

Day 08 

Trek to Gorak Shep(5,160m) and hike to Everest Base Camp(5,545m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnightat: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Gorakshep

Walking hours – 6 to 7 hours

Today’s travel takes us to one of the main targets of the trip: Everest Base Camp. The walk follows a level valley with a steady ascent to reach higher altitudes. We will next make a sharp ascent to a ridge near the Khumbu glacier.

The stroll proceeds over stony moraines and ice. We will arrive in a gorgeous area at the base of Gorakshep. It is located at the base of Kalapatthar and Mount Pumori. Our guides will now lead us to the highly awaited Everest Base Camp; we will do what they say. We’ll arrive there after a quick stroll eastward. Fascinating views of Khumbu’s icefalls and glaciers await you. Lhotse, Everest, and Nuptse’s summits will be visible on the horizon, adding to the beauty of this sight.

Day 09

Morning visit of Kalapatthar and Trek to Dingboche

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tea house / Lodge

Place: Dingboche

Walking hours – 7 to 8 hours

On the ninth day, we will depart for Kalapatthar viewpoint after finishing our tour to the Everest Base camp. The plan is to trek from Gorak Shep early in the morning to catch glimpses the sunrise from Kalapatthar. Traveling from Gorak Shep to Kalapatthar takes about two hours. You will reach Kalapatthar’s viewpoint at the summit after a brief descent and a strenuous climb.

After visiting Kalapatthar and watching beautiful mountain views, we will descend back to Dingboche. The next part of our trip is to climb the Island Peak.

Day 10

Trek to Chukkung(4,760m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at Tea house / Lodge

Place: Chukkung

Walking hours – 3 to 4 hours

We will have to head to Chukkung to complete our Island Peak climb. The route to Chukkung requires you to cross the Kongma La Pass. This is one of the three passes of the Everest Three Pass Trek. The Kongma La Pass is a comparatively easier Pass among the three, yet it will need steep hikes. You ought to pass the Khumbu glacier during this trek. It will be challenging but worthwhile.

After around 3 to 4 hours, we will reach Chukkung located in a local tea house or lodge.

Day 11

Trek to Island Peak Base Camp(5,100m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Tented Camp

Place: Island Peak Base Camp

Walking hours – 3 to 4 hours

Today, we begin our ascent of the Island Peak as we leave Chukkung for the base camp of Island Peak. Our target is a valley in the east, which we will reach after a strenuous ascent from Chukkung’s south. There will be numerous waterfalls and stunning glacial streams on today’s route. This journey will once more offer vistas of the Imja Khola glacier. En route, one may also see the Lhotse Glacier.

Upon arriving at the base camp, the island peak of Imja Tse stands wonderfully in front of us. You will find mountain vistas in the south. We will get clearer views once we reach the top. For today, we will sleep in tented camps.

Day 12

Climb Island Peak and return to Chhukung

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Lodge / Tea house

Place: Chukkung

Walking hours – 3 to 4 hours

Today, we will complete the most anticipated part of our journey by ascending Island Peak. We will head up very soon (around 2 am) to catch the sunrise. The day’s strong winds will also cause difficulties when ascending. Therefore, the weather that is steady and rather stable this morning will give us a nice start.

We receive assistance from our qualified mountain guides the entire ascent. It’s necessary to navigate a variety of slick hills and glaciers while climbing. Our guides make sure your equipment is set up and used correctly, and they also keep you safe.

We will first climb upto the high camp of the peak. Then, from there, we will reach the summit after around two to three hours of climbing. Reaching the summit will provide breathtaking mountain vistas and an exhilarating experience. Panoramic 360-degree views of numerous mountain ranges, including Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Baruntse, etc.

After the summit, we will walk downhill and head to Chukkung.

Day 13

Trek back to Tengboche(3,860m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Lodge / Tea house

Place: Tengboche

Walking hours – 6 to 7 hours

We will head back to Tengboche today. The trail heads downward to Dingboche to the west. You get closer to the vistas of Ama Dablam. Then, we will head southwest to Pangboche. From Pangboche, a short uphill climb will lead us to Tengboche.

Day 14

Trek to Namche Bazaar(3,440m)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Lodge / Tea house

Place: Namche Bazaar

Walking hours – 4 to 5 hours

We will retrace our steps back to Namche Bazaar today. It will just be the same way we had taken earlier in our journey:

Day 15

Trek to Lukla

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Lodge / Tea house

Place: Lukla

Walking hours – 5 to 6 hours

We will head back to Lukla today to catch a flight back to Kathmandu. Descend down to Lukla via Phakding.

Day 16

Morning flight to Kathmandu

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Overnight at: Hotel

Place: Kathmandu

We will again board a flight, this time bidding farewell to Khumbu and the trip. We will reach Kathmandu after about 45 minutes of flight from Lukla. This marks the official end of the trek to Everest Base Camp with Island Peak climbing.

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What To Expect?

What's included

  • Private car transportation for airport and hotel transfers.
  • Accommodation in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu with a board meal.
  • Comprehensive meal coverage throughout the trek, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Inclusive domestic flights (KTM-Lukla-KTM) with all applicable surcharges and airport taxes for both guests and the guide.
  • Provision of a trekking map.
  • Assigned experienced guide with a valid government license.
  • Trekking porter or Sherpa to carry baggage during the trek, with insurance, salary, equipment, transportation, and local taxes covered.
  • Group medical supplies, including a first aid kit.
  • All necessary paperwork, national park entry permits, and TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System).
  • Arrangements for travel and rescue.
  • Coverage of all government taxes and tourist service charges.

What's not included

  • Meals in Kathmandu before and after trekking.
  • Your travel insurance ( Rescue ).
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Tips for trekking staff and drivers.
  • Drinks (hot, cold, and alcoholic)
  • Personal shopping and laundry etc.
  • Personal trekking equipment

FAQs

How long will the Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak climbing be?

The trek to Everest Base Camp and Island Peak climbing usually takes anywhere from 15 to 20 days. As per our itinerary, we make this trip a 16-day long adventure.

How tall is the peak we climb in this trip, the Island Peak?

At a staggering height of 6189 meters, the Island Peak, also known as Imja Tse, is located.

What is the highest point of the Everest Base Camp trek with Island Peak Climbing?

The trek’s highest point is at the summit of Island Peak at 6,189 meters. Other than that, the Kalapatthar viewpoint at 5,644 meters is another of the highest points we will travel to.

Where does the trek to Everest Base Camp with Island peak climbing begin and end?

The journey will start with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, and then there will be different paths taken by foot to reach the two places. After the trip is over, there will be a flight from Lukla back to Kathmandu.

Do we need to hire porters for the trip?

Yes, hiring porters is one of the necessities for the trip. You cannot travel the remote trails of Khumbu without a licensed guide in your company. The government restricts solo travel in remote Himalayan trails of Nepal.

What are the preferred gear for this trip?

You need to carry generic gear needed for a long-duration high-altitude trek. In addition to that, you can also add crampons. But you need not fret about it. Mountain climbing equipment will be covered for you if needed.

What is the price of the Everest Base Camp trek with the Island Peak Climbing package?

All of these fees will come to approximately USD # in total. The package will include all of the things you need, like travel, hiking equipment, accommodation, food, permits, etc.

Can you do the Everest Base Camp with Island Peak climbing solo?

Solo trekking is forbidden in Nepal’s remote trails. However, if you are traveling to Nepal alone and want to travel without a group, hiring a guide will be enough. Also, if you are alone and want to travel in a group, we can manage that for you, too.

Additional Information

This vacation is a wonderful deal that allows you to see the stunning Khumbu region. Rare and varied scenery can be found in the Everest region, which borders Nepal to the northeast. During the journey, you have the opportunity to see a variety of natural features from high-altitude vistas.

Why do the Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing?

You must walk through woods, cross suspension bridges, and pass waterfalls, rivers, glaciers, etc. Walking through such natural landscapes will be an awesome experience on the Everest Base Camp trek with Island peak climbing. The endangered species living in the Khumbu region may be visible to you. The hike offers the chance to see Himalayan Tahrs, Danfes, snow leopards, and other species.

Trekking in the Everest region offers cultural treasures in addition to environmental joys. A variety of Sherpa communities can be found along the Khumbu region’s pathways. Along with the Sherpas, you will also come across Bhotias, Tamangs, and other ethnic communities. Each of them practices a different set of languages and cultures. Another big draw of this expedition is learning about the cultures of the isolated areas close to the top of the globe.

This trip also allows you to gain some experience in mountain climbing. You will not need high skills like mountaineers, yet you have to be fit to complete this trek. It will be both challenging and fulfilling.

Difficulty level

There are two parts to assess the difficulty of this trek. The first is the part about hiking across the Khumbu region. The other is the Island peak climbing. The trekking portion of the trip is easy and appropriate for beginners. Any mountain trail trek requires a lot of energy, yet it is still possible to complete the journey.

There are various assessments for trekking difficulty. Among them, some consider the EBC trek as grade three difficult on a scale of one to four. Meaning it is among the challenging treks offered in Nepal. However, it does not fall on the list of the most challenging ones. This is highly due to the high altitude of the places you travel in the trek. Such difficulty can be overcome by making prior plans and choosing an appropriate trekking time.

But one needs to have a different angle when looking at the ascent of the Island summit. According to the French climbing difficulty scale, the Island peak climb is rated as PD+. In simple terms, it presents certain challenges with minor problems. To finish the adventure, climbers must take the usual southeast climbing path. Your strength determines your capability to climb the peak after a strenuous journey from Lukla to base camp.

Evaluating the Island peak trip’s difficulty is critical by considering the actual climbing and pre-trekking. Don’t worry about it; it’s only moderately difficult. You will be mostly determined by your mental attitude, level of physical fitness, level of material preparation, and meticulous planning when climbing.

Best Time

The best time to travel to the Everest Base Camp and Island Peak is during spring and autumn. The spring season in Nepal occurs in April, March, and May. The autumn season, on the other hand, occurs during September, October, and November. These months bring in very stable weather.

The sky becomes clear, and the views of mountains and other landscapes of the trip are very clear. There is no chance of clouds hiding the horizon and causing snowfall or rain to interfere with your travel plans. The chances of accidents and injuries also lessen due to a comparatively dry trail.

It’s also a beautiful and temperate time of year for weather. Furthermore, the autumn season brings the celebrations of the Dashain and Tihar festivals in Nepal. A new year begins in the spring in the Nepali calendar. So, the overall vibes in Nepal will be quite vibrant and fun. It makes Nepal the best place to travel due to the festive environment. Booking your seats for a trek to Everest Base Camp with Island peak climbing now is highly recommended.

*Note – The monsoon withdrawal in the past couple of years lasted till September, too. So make prior checks in the weather forecast beforehand before making plans.*

Permits Needed

Access to Nepal’s remote Himalayan trails is nearly always restricted for foreign trekkers. You cannot travel unless you obtain certain permits. Three specific permits for our trek to Everest Base Camp and Island Peak climbing are necessary.

Two of these permits are the Sagarmatha National Park permits and the Pasang Lhamu Rural Area. These permits are required to support the growth of the area. The Pasang Lhamu township and the national park’s protected area can thrive thanks to the money obtained through permits.

The Pasang Lhamu rural area permit is mandated for the municipality’s financial prosperity. The permit for this costs roughly USD 20 per person for a week. The price per person each week increases to USD 25 after the first four weeks of travel inside the region.

A Sagarmatha National Park entry permit is the only requirement to visit the conserved Sagarmatha National Park area. It costs roughly USD 30 per participant.

The other permit is for the Island Peak climbing. You need to obtain warrant rom the Nepal Mountaineering Association to Climb the Island Peak. The permit cost varied based on the season:

  • March through May: USD 250 per person
  • September through November: USD 125 per individual
  • December through February: USD 70 per individual
  • June through August: USD 70 per individual

Why US

MyEverestTrip is a Nepalese Travel and Trekking Agency based in Kathmandu. We have been operating in different trekking regions for over a decade, traveling with hundreds of travelers worldwide.

With the pure intention to bring trekkers to Nepal’s safety and comfort, we have an entire team of travel planners, guides, and porters. We also have connections to hotels and restaurant lines all over Nepal to ensure that our trekkers get the best possible facilities.

So, here is the reason why you should travel with MyEverestTrip.

Customize Your Itinerary:

We have designed a well-planned Itinerary for all travel destinations around Nepal. However, this Itinerary is customizable as per the needs and requests of our trekkers. Just let us know when and how long you are staying so we can arrange the rest.

Our Expert Guide:

Although all travel agencies claim to have a good guide, many are not informed about the place you are traveling to. However, MyEverestTrip has its licensed guide in Nepal. They have been working in this field for over three decades, collecting all the information about the place/ culture and learning to keep the travelers safe. Also, our guide is good at the English language. We can even hire a guide who can speak Chinese and other European languages for trekking in Nepal upon special request.

Fair and reasonable Cost:

MyEverestTrip has been known for its very economic trek packages in Nepal. You can compare the price we offer with any other travel agency in Nepal and only book with us if you are satisfied with our cost. We try to include all needed expenses during the tour so that you will not be overwhelmed with hidden expenses after the packages are booked.

Your safety is our priority:

Obviously, the safety of our trekkers and team is the utmost priority of MyEverestTrip. Our guide and porters who shall accompany you for the trip will have their insurance. We also encourage Travel insurance for our trekkers. Our treks and trips have been so designed that you only walk an appropriate distance. In any case of emergency, you will always have our back.

Responsible and Eco-Friendly

MyEverestTrip operates with the belief in responsible tourism. This includes

  • We are transparent about the services covered on the trip. There shall be no hidden cost (informed in advance if there’s any)
  • We cover all the places promised before the trek (the trend of skipping places once you book the package has to be discouraged).
  • All our guides and porters are above 18yrs. We highly discourage child labor in the tourism industry
  • We do not leave any wastage behind on the trekking routes. We either dispose of the waste appropriately or carry it back with us and send it to the municipality
  • We do not engage in any activities that affect the people in the trek places of Nepal where we stay.

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