- Trekking in Nepal
- 3* Hotel in Kathmandu (B/B plan) & 12-day Trekking Normal lodge
- Breakfast in Kathmandu & All meals during trek (B,L,D)
Everest Base Camp Trek highlights
- Everest Base Camp ( Kala Pathar)
- Mt. Everest View
- Namche Bazar
- Lukla Airport
- Tangboche Monastery
- Dudh Koshi River
- Khumbu Glaciers and Khumbu ice-fall
- Sagarmatha National Park
- Hillary Museum
- Sherpa Culture and vibrant monasteries
Everest Base Camp Trek Overview
Trekking along the foothills of The Mighty Himalayas in Nepal is considered one of the best adventure sports in the world. The adventure into the foothill of the Highest peak of the world is a lifetime memory and achievement. The 16 days trekking in Nepal offers to explore the cultural and natural wonders of the Khumbu Region.
The superb views of the mountains, the amazing local life, and the living style of the Sherpa people, occasional encounters with the wildlife, are the major attractions of this trek. Everest Base Camp Trek kicks off with a scenic flight to Lukla Airport (considered as one of the adventurous airports in the world). It then gradually goes up to Namche Bazar, Tengboche then to Everest Base Camp. The trip then signs off with a stunning sunrise view from Kalapathar.
Visiting old Buddhist heritages and vibrant monasteries in the lap of the mighty Himalayas, colorful rhododendron and pine forests to barren, rugged and rocky trails, walking in the lifeless and barren ice-fields ar some of the great adventure in Everest Base Camp Trek. Reaching Everest Base Camp ( 5,364 m) and summiting Kalapatthar ( 5,545 m) to experience the amazing panoramic view of mountainscapes with peaks like Mount Everest, Pumori, Lhotse, etc. is one of the most amazing lifetime experience and achievement to any trekkers or travellers.
Adventure Altitude Treks and Expeditions is delighted to offer you a chance to trek in Everest region and to experience a life time memory with beautiful mountain secneries , varied landscapes from green forests to colorful rhododendron forests, from rocky, barren lifeless hills to slippery and cold ice-fields.
Everest Base Camp Trek is not only about being into the base of The Great Mount Everest but to experience the amazing hospitality of Sherpa people and their culture and traditions. Adventure Altitude Treks and Expeditions will delighted to provide you the best service and make you trek memorable.
We offer various packages in Everest region apart from typical Everest Base camp Trek. For those who want to go to Everest Base Camp but have less time, we offer Everest Base Helicopter Tour packages. In this packages, we will hire a helicopter from Kathamndu that will take you all the way upto Kalapatthar and lands there for 20 minutes. After spendind some time at Kalapatthar, you will have a breakfast at Everest View hotel. This tour is also perfect for those who are differently-abled and those with weak physical conditions.
Also for those who want to experience different and are hardcore trekkers , we provide Everest Three Passes trek. This trek requires good physical and mental conditions and a can-do attitude. Crossing three high passes which are over 5,000 m in altitude definitely requires athletic body conditions. Other than these mainstream treks, we have other options that does not require reaching to Base camp but can enjoy trekking and have a beautiful sunrise view over the Everest. For thsoe willing to admire beautiful sunrise view in the Everest Region, Everest Sunrise Trek is ideal choice.
Everest Base Camp trek difficulty
Everest Base Camp trek is graded as challenging or difficult . Once a wise person said " difficult roads often leads to beautiful destinations" . Just like the quote , Everest Base Camp is difficult but it is heavily rewarding. The trek requires your complete physical and mental abilities. Being a physicallly demanding trek , we recommed out guests and trekkers to prepare your body for tough terrain , low oxygen concenteration level , high altitudes , long walk( average walking time per day is 6 hours ). Wokr on your stamina, agility and endurance. And this trek won't be diffucult anymore. To ease your trek even more , hiring a porter to carry your duffle bag or backpack would be a good idea. A porter will carry a maximum of 13-17 kg. You can keep you personal day time personal belonging in you small back pack and carry and let porter carry other stuff. This way , you can ease you back, legs, sholulders etc.
Acclimatization in Everest Base Camp Trek
Chances of getting high altitude sickness while doing High altitude trekking is always high. Specially above 3000 m, the oxygen concenteraion in atmosphere decreases by 15- 30 %. For a body to function properly , this amount of oxygen is not enough. Trekkers get tired easily and are prone to muscle weakness , loss in breathe due to low oxygen concentration level . But this is normal on high altitudes and is not considered altitude sickness . If the symptoms goes beyond that like loss of breathe , severe head ache , very weak muscles, faster heartbeat rate, dizziness, nausea, vomiting then one must be seriously concerned. These symptoms can be avoided if your body is acclimatized properly to changing climatic and altitude variables. So we have allocated two days for acclimatization in Namche and Dingboche .
Altitude sickness is common in high altitude trekking and is preventable. But ignoring symptoms of altitude sickness may cause your brain a severe damage and even death . So don't ignore any symptoms. If you feel any incinvienence in your body , immideatly inform your guides and let them handle the situation. Our guides are well-trained professionals and know how to avoid risk in such conditions. They are provided with oxymeters to check oxygen level in your body occasionally so that high altitude sickness can be avoided.
Also, our itineraries are designed to ease anyone willing to do high altitude trek without any problem and risk of high altitude sickness.
As a preventive measure , we recommend to avoid too much alcohol consumption , drink enough water . ascend slowly and take rest in between the ascends. However , you need not to worry about any of these as our well-trained guides can handle the situation and take care of your health. Safety of our cutomers is the main priority of Adventure Altitude Treks and Expedition agency. To descend immideatly is the first and main cure in case of High altitude sickness,
How safe is Everest Base Camp trek ?
The answer is : absolutely safe. It is safe to do Everest Base Camp trek . The trail od EBC is full of waypoints so that no one can lost their way. There are lots of small settlements and tea houses with beautiful, kind and hospitable local Sherpa people. Notable places like Lukla , Namche Labouche, Gorkashep etc offer you decent accommodations and food along with internet and hot shower for little cost. Although the trails and terrains are quiet adventurousand challenging , you will have our professional team leader and assistants to guide through this vast wildernes in the Himalayas. We recomend any trekkers to avoid alternate trekking routes in search of shortcuts as this ha been one of the major factor for getting lost. Below are some normal safety tips for any trekkers :
- avoid alternate or shortcuts
- carry basic first-aid kits specially designed for high altitude trekking that includes bandages , paracetamols, anti-diarrhoeal tablets, water purifying tablets , acetazolamide tablets
- Solar powered phone/tablet chargers ( not necessary but recommended)
- Protective clothing and gears , antiseptics, insect repelling lotions , sunscreen lotions, proper sunglasses, sun-hats etc
- always walk eith group or follow a group if you are solo trekker.
- Avoid too much consumption of alcohol and junk foods
The highest point attained During Everst Base Camp Trek: The highest altitude attained while doing Everest Base Camp Trek is 5,545 m above sea level at Kalapatthar. Kalapatthar is the most famous viewpoint in Everest Region. From Kalapatthar, trekkers can see close-up and beautiful panoramic view of different peaks including Mount Everest, Pumori, Lhotse and more than 30 other peaks.
Places of Interest in Everest Base Camp Trek
- Lukla : The first place people people think of Everest region is the Tenzing-Hillary airport at Lukla. Considered one of the most adventurous and dangerous airport in the world, flying through clouds and in between high hills on a twin otter gives anyone a sense of great adventure. The landing and taking off is crucial. Just a little miscalculation can trigger fatal consequences. Because of the short air strip and high hills surrounding the airport , only small sized twin otter that carries a maximum of 16-18 passengers are allowed to land. Also called the gateway to Everest, Lukla offers you all of the services needed includin wi-fi , communication networks, french bakery , cafes, pubs etc.
- Namche Bazar : One of the most exciting place while doing Everest Base Camp trek is Namche Bazar. Allocated as one of the acclimatizaion plac, Namche offers you all the necessaties and luxury. From highest placed Irish pub to delicious German and French bakery , almost every famous cuisines are served. The fusion of traditional Sherpa culture and modern necessities, lots of fellow trekkers and climbers enjoying in pubs and bars , Namche gives you a vibe of some ancient paradise .
- Dingboche : Another beautiful place where many trekkers stop for overnight stay is Dingboche. Providing an amazing view of high mountains from the front porch and backyard , you can enjoy a morning hot coffee to evening meal staring at the worlds mightiest Mount Everest. Acommoations offer standard twin beds and electricity. Wi-Fi and hot showers are available on demand. Local Sherpa food and culture is something that shoud not be missed .
- Gorekshep : The final resting point during Everst Base Cap trek is Gorekshep . Situated at an altitude of 5,100 m from sea level , Gorekchep provides a clear and close up view of Mount Everest and other surrounding peaks. Gorekshep is a junction between Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp. Hike to Everest Base Camp and then back to Gorkshep for overnight stay. Next day , early morning hike to Kalapatthar , return to Gorekshep and continue your jouney towards Lukla.
Best time to trek Everest Base Camp
This might surprise you but trek to Everest Base Camp has been done successfully in every season. But every destination have their best time for scenery , weather etc. The best seasons to do everest Base Campt trek are Spring (March - May) and fall ( mis-September- November). The weather during these season are warm and fine. The sky is clear and you can see beautiful scenery without any haze. Apart from high seasons , we have been conduction Everest Base Camp trek in other winter and rainy seasons as well. The are different perks of trekking Everest Base Camp in off-seasons.
- Spring (March- May): The season of spring is considered the best time to trek Everest Base Camp.The weather is super fine and perfrect for high altitude trekking. Not only the weather , the amazing views of landscapes and colorful rhododendron forest add perfection to the adventure. However , the best season with beautiful weather has some drawbacks. The trail is usually heavily crowded with other fellow trekkers. Also the weather window for climbers who want to climb Mount Everest opens in spring season.
- Monsoon (June-August) : Monsoon is less favoured for Everest Base Camp trek as the trail beccome muddy and slippery. Aside from lower region, the upper Himalayan region experience less rainfall. So it is possible to do Everest BAse Camp trek in monsoon season too. However one should be extra careful during monsoon. On mistake can inflict a heavy damage.
- Fall (September- November): After spring, the fall season is considered another best time to trek Everest Base Camp. The months of fall from September to November also offer moderate temperatures, clear skies, and less chance of problematic rains or snowfall. It gets a little chillier in the fall than during the springtime. But that’s a fair trade for the mesmerizing views of the surrounding peaks that you get to see during this season. Also, you may get to experience light rainfall in the early days of autumn. But the views after those unannounced rainfalls are definitely threats to keep an eye on.
- Winter (December-February) : As long as you are well prepared for the cold weather, winter is actually a good time for snowy adventure. You get to treat yourself to excellent mountain views and clear skies. All you need to do is gear up properly. Also, winter is just the right time if you want to avoid hustling for space with other travelers. Since it is considered off-season, the Everest region gets fewer visitors during the winters. Furthermore, Nepal’s tourism industry has introduced many winter sports in recent years. Sports like ice-skating and skiing in Gokyo lake Mera peak are the new attractions in Nepal’s winter wonderland.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How difficult is Everest Base Camp Trek ?
To all the trekkers , Everest Base Camp trek sounds very alluring as it ends literally at the bottom of world's highest peak Mount Everest. The trail to Everest Base Camp depends on the experience level of trekkers. For beginners, the trail may be graded as difficult but for experienced trekkers , the trail is faily moderate. Yet , it cant be sonsidered the easiest since the trail passes through rocky paths and extreme weather for days. The trek begins at an altitude of 3000 m and ends at 5400 m at base camp . Althoug the trail seems tough, most of the trail is gradually ascending. For those who are beginners, there is no need to worry as we prepare the customized itinerary with properly planned acclimatization point, resting places , experienced guides and porters.
2. How to be prepared for Everest Base Camp Trek ?
Althoug Everest Base Camp trek may seem challenging, is is definitely not bone cracking for sure. To be more accurate , the trail is more like a long hike at high altitude . The trek requires no climbing skills or techical expertise as the trail ends at the base of Mighty Everest. However, one should be physically fit and mentally determined. One can start basic physical training that boosts stamina, agility and endurance.
3. What is the best time to do Everest Base Camp Trek ?
Although Everest Base Camp trek can be done at any seasons , the best time to trek Everest region are Spring ( March-May ) and Fall ( September-November) . With clear skies and no rainfall , one can get the best out of Everest region during these times. However , the trail is mostly crowded by other trekkers as it is the best time trek Everest Base Camp. With extra care , Everest Base Camp trek can be done during monsoon ( June-August) only if your are comfortable with a little rain and mud. The upper Himalayan region experience low rainfall so weather will be mostly clear . The benefit of trekking during off season is the trail is usually quiet with little to no crowd.
4. Is it safe to trek Everest Base Camp ?
The trail may seems challenging but with enough preperations , it is absolutely safe to trek Everest Base Camp.
5. Do I need to hire porter/guide to trek Everest Base Camp ?
Everest Base Camp trek can be done without hiring guide/porter. However we recommend you to hire a guide/porter. A guide with lots of eperience can provide you a lot of information about the locality , culture, traditions, geography and climatic pattern of the place and also the language barrier wont be problem if you want to connect with locals. And a porter can carry your dufflebag and this will surely ease your trekking. The 6-7 hrs uphill with 15-20 kg on your back may make you feel uncomfortable and fatigues early . A porter can carry upto 25 kg total so that you can enjoy your trek without having to mind about your back.
Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, one of our representatives will welcome you who will help you transfer to the designated hotel. You can then take a good rest in your free time, At 5 pm, we will meet & provide you a brief discussion about the trip. Afterwards you will be provided a welcome dinner, and then you can roam around the city in your free time.
On our second day, we will start preparing for your trek. One of Our representatives will remind you to get all the permits necessary for this trek. You will be reminded to check your trek insurance policy and provide us with a copy of it. You will meet your Team leader and other support professionals who will check your trekking gears to make sure they meet the requirements. After a brief introduction with the crew, one of our tour operators will take you on a city tour. You will be visiting 4 heritage sites, that hold historical, religious, and cultural significance.
Boudhanath, also called Jharung Khasor, is situated 8 km to the east of the city center. It is one of the seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Kathmandu. It can be viewed from the premises of TIA as you are about to land from your flight. The great Boudhanath Stupa was built in the 5th century which makes it one of the ancient and magnificent Stupas in the world. It is also the largest Stupa in the world. Considered the holiest pilgrimage for Buddhists all around the world, it is believed that the power and blessings of The Great Stupa are far beyond the understandings of human beings. It is widely believed that whoever prays and worships with a pure heart at Boudhanath creates good karma therefore the way to hell and dark realms are closed to them, fulfilling their wishes.
Early morning or a late evening visit to The Great Stupa gives you a vibe of Tibetian culture. The smoke from butter candlelights and incandescents fill the aura with a pleasing smell, offering peace to your mind and soul. You can stroll around the area for buying souvenirs, metal handicrafts, Thangkas, etc., or just catch a good breakfast or dinner with an aerial view of Boudhanath from the rooftop cafés and restaurants.
2. Patan Durbar Square:
Patan, also called Lalitpur, is considered to be the oldest city among the three cities of Kathmandu valley. It is home to the city's, better to say Nepal's finest craftsmen who have been able to preserve the ancient Newari culture and the ancient technique of metal handicrafts. The city inherits one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Patan Durbar Square. Patan Durbar Square is an old palace of the Malla kings who ruled the city during the Malla regime. The artistic handicrafts and metal crafts are seen everywhere make this place a living historical museum. Another place to see inside the Durbar square area is the Patan Museum. The museum lies inside the palace and has a collection of fine historical metal crafts, wood carvings, and the historical Malla throne of the Malla regime. The Krishna Temple in the west premises of Durbar Square is another fine example of this artistic heritage. The temple was built by King Siddhi Narsingh Malla in 1637. Another must-see place is the Mahabouddha, a magnificent terracotta temple built with Sikhara style containing 1000 images of Buddha. Filled with historical crafts and monuments that can be traced back to the 16th century, the Square is home to 136 bushels (courtyards) and 55 temples. It is one of the major sacred sites for both Buddhists and Hindus. Beyond the temples, lie a lot of restaurants and cafés with rooftops, who serve different continental foods along with Newari traditional food.
3. Pashupatinath :
Considered to be one of the four most important religious heritage for Hindus around the world, especially for the devotees of Lord Shiva, it is another UNESCO World Heritage Site worth a visit when you are at Kathmandu. Located 3 km northwest of the city, Pashupatinath is home to 492 temples, 15 Shivalayas (shrines of Lord Shiva), and 12 Jyotirlinga (phallic shrines) which carry significant religious values. It is considered that the place has existed there long before the millennia after the appearance of Shiva Linga. But the temple was built in the 5th century by King Prachanda Dev of the Lichhavi Dynasty and later renovated by the Malla kings of the Malla Dynasty. The temple is a common sacred site to Hindus and Buddhists. The main temple is fortified within the walls guarded by Nepal Police and Nepal Army and is denied entry to non-Hindus. Another new experience for the non-Hindu visitors is to watch the cremation ceremony. Though it is not recommended to faint-hearted people.
4. Swoyambhu Mahachaitya :
Situated on a hilltop from a distance of 3 km from the main city, Swoyambhu Mahachaitya (Swoyambhunath) is one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Nepal. The stupa has been a paradigm of faith and harmony for centuries with Hindu temples and deities carved within this holy Buddhist site. It is believed that the glory and prosperity of Kathmandu valley were started at this point in time. Apart from being a sacred place, the hilltop also acts as an overlook from where one can enjoy the panoramic view of the extensive valley. Swoyambhu's "self-existent one" was built by King Manadeva of the Lichhavi Dynasty in 460 A.D. By the 13th century, it had become an important center of Buddhism. Since then a lot of Hindus and Buddhists of the whole world visit this place every year for prayers. The largest image of the Sakyamuni Buddha in Nepal rests on a high pedestal on the western side of Swoyambhunath. A temple dedicated to Saraswati (often called ManjuShree by Buddhists), the goddess of learning is built behind the hilltop. The stupa premises is filled with Buddhist shrines and statues of Hindu deities. The prayer wheels, the vibrant prayer flags, chanting of Buddhist Monks, the monkeys chattering, gives this place a combination of natural and religious vibe. One can feel the inner peace and tranquillity after visiting this Sacred place.
After visiting all those places, we will head back to the office. We will hold a final pre-trek brief. After that either you want to explore the city by yourself or you want to go straight back to your accommodation, depends on your choice.
We will take an early morning flight to Lukla airstrip @2840 m on a twin-otter plane. After reaching Lulka you will meet you porters and the Sherpas, then the trip will start. Starting from Lukla we will end our first day trip at Phakding. The legendary trekking trial through the traditional local (Sherpa)settlement with the amazing view of the Dudhkoshi river gorge and the farming terrace on the backdrop of the gorge will accompany you all the time through the trail.
- Over-night stay at Phakding
- Dinner of your choice.
- A short briefing of the trail next day with several local descriptions
The great adventure to the foothills of the Mighty Everest starts from here. Since we will be climbing uphill entirely to 3,440 m, our body may get fatigued sooner. Due to low Oxygen level concentration, our body needs time to adjust with the weather and thin air. To avoid fatigue and to give our body time to adjust with the environment, we will be walking slowly with plenty of breaks.
- Wake up at the time and normal breakfast
- 3 hours of gentle hiking before lunch
- Crossing some of the highest suspension bridges will add thrill in the adventure
- Amazing view of Thamserku, Holy Black Khumbiyela and Kusum Kangroo net to Namche Bazaar
- Stay Overnight at Namche
After breakfast, you will be hiking to Syanboche- The Everest View Point. The hike is of around ninety minutes to the top. The hill offers 360 views of mountains including Mount Everest itself. Then after, you will trek down to Namche Bazar for the lunch. Post lunch you can explore the local Bazar of Namche.
- Few hours hiking around view-points sepcially Syangboche of Namche for proper acclimatization
- The phenomenol profile of green hills with lively Tibetian Culture and tradition
- Grazing yaks in the meadwos
- Experience the modern lifestyle in the rural part of the country at Namche
One of the exciting days, hiking to Tengboche is an easy one. Along the way, you might get a chance to see the Himalayan Monal- the national bird of Nepal. At Tengboche, you can visit the Tengboche Monastery- the biggest in the Everest region. And in the evening the fabulous sunset view will amaze you.
Witness the mesmerizing view of the sunrise in the Himalayas. Then start the trekking after breakfast. En-route to Dingboche, you may get the chance to see Himalayan Musk Deer and also Snow Leopard as well. The superb mountain views will be all the way to Dingboche.
- A beautiful village situated at the foot of soaring Amadablam
- An amazing walk with the most superb view
- possibility of seeing majestic himalayan animals like Musk deer , Snow Leopard , Mountain goat etc
- A gentle walk till Pangbuche and a good lunch at Somare village
- Astounding view of numerous mountains that were hidden from Namche
The hike to Nagarjun is worthwhile and must do as it offers superb views of mountains and will certainly Helpful for the next day. After the hike, you will come back to the lodge for lunch. Post lunch you will be taking the rest.
- Morning hike to Nagarjun Hill for acclimatization after breakfast
- Amazing bird's eye view of the surroundings including Island Peak and Makalu mountain.
- Dinner time briefing about the trek next day
A Relatively shorter trekking day, the trek to Lobuche is gradual and mostly flat and occasional uphill. Along the way, the monument hill is one of the places to notice. The overnight will be at a local lodge.
- Gradual ascent towards the peaceful and beautiful Himalayan pasture
- Stride up to the memorial plateau built in rememberance of people eho met trageic incident at Everest region
- A chance to explore tradtional Tibeto-Buddhist culture and tradition at Lobuche
The exciting day when the dream meets destiny. Hike through rocky moraine trail up to Gorakshep. We will have lunch there. Gorekshep is the last teahouse before EBC. The enormous Pumori, Lingtren, Nuptse, and of course the mighty Everest surround Gorakshep. So leave your stuff in Gorakshep, then go to Everest Base Camp with your day pack and the camera. Enjoy your moments at Everest Base Camp then retrace back to Gorakshep for the night.
- Challenging but a very rewarding walk to and from the Base Camp
- Spectacular view of Khumbu Icefall
- enjoy your time being there
Start early morning for an epic climb to Kalapatthar for the sunrise in Everest. In fact, Kalapatthar offers a greater view of Everest than Everest Base Camp that surpasses your wildest imagination. After the sunrise, retrace back to Gorakshep for the breakfast. Then you take the way back to Pheriche for the overnight.
- The hardest yet the most rewarding part of the trail with beautiful panoramic view
- Remarkable view of sunrise
Retrace further back to Namche Bazar. The way back to Namche is mostly downhill and easy. The overnight will be at a local teahouse.
You will follow the same way back to Phakding again. We will retrace our way back through the rhododendron forest and follow the Dudhkoshi River gorge downhill which takes us out of the national park and to Phakding.
On the final trekking day, you will follow the same way back via Dudh Koshi Riverbank. In the evening, celebrate the successful trekking with the crews.
Say goodbye to the porters, then fly back to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, you can do the last-minute shopping. In the evening, enjoy the farewell dinner with our team.
You will be transferred to Kathmandu International Airport to catch your returning flight.
Includes & Excludes
- Airport pick up and drop off by a private vehicle
- 3 Nights hotel in Kathmandu at 3-star category hotel with breakfast in twin sharing basis
- Kathmandu Valley sightseeing (Private vehicle and a tour guide)
- Flight (Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu)
- Sagarmatha National Park fee and Pasang Lhamu Village entrance fees.
- An experienced English-speaking guide and his all expenses including his insurance
- Porter (1 porter for 2 trekkers) including their all expenses including their insurance
- Food in the full board during the trekking with 3 complimentary teas and teahouse accommodation.
- First aid kit
- All the Governmental taxes and service charges
- International airfare
- Travel insurance
- Nepal visa fees
- Personal expenses (Wifi, bar bills, laundries, hot shower during the trekking, gadget charging fees- US$ 1- US$ 5 per gadget, mobile recharge, etc)
- Extra nights accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival from the trek due to unforeseen circumstances
- Extra luggage charges (Only 15 kgs- 10kgs+5kgs are included if more you need to pay US$ 2 per kilogram)
- Emergency evacuation (our company will help to arrange the evacuation if needed)
- Anything that is not included in inclusion list
- Everest Three Pass Trek
- Everest Base Camp-Gokyo Lake trekking
- Trekking Gears and equipments
- Nepal VISA info
Departure Dates for Everest Base Camp Trek - 16 days
Trip reviewsWrite a Review
Great trek with Raju. Enjoyed every minute. EBC is definitely a trek to remember. 5 star for knowledge.
The base camp trek was an amazing experience. Everything was well organised and our guide Raju knew exactly what he was doing. I would highly recommend Adventure Altitude Treks and Raju as a guide for a guaranteed once in a life time experience.
did EBC trek 2 years ago with Raju as one of our guides, he has great rapport with his group and provides good support and knowledge , would recommend him as a guide
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