Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days 14 Days - Private Tour

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Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Overview

Trip Grading:
Max Elevation
Major Attractions
Everest, Everest Base Camp, Abadablam, Lukla
Best Season
Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Oct, Nov & Dec
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Tea house or Lodge
Transportation options
Private or local vehicles on client demand
Trip Start/End
Kathmandu / Kathmandu

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days

Commence on the ultimate adventure with our 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek, offering a perfect blend of exhilarating trekking, breathtaking scenery, and cultural immersion in the heart of the Himalayas. From the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the iconic Base Camp of the world’s highest peak, this journey promises an unforgettable experience for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Route:

The trek begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, followed by a trek through picturesque villages, dense forests, and rugged terrain. The route passes through Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Lobuche before reaching Everest Base Camp. Afterward, the return journey follows a similar route, offering different perspectives of the stunning Himalayan landscape.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Highlights:

  1.  Panoramic views of Mount Everest and other towering peaks
  2.  Immersive cultural experience in Sherpa villages
  3.  Exploration of ancient monasteries and religious sites
  4.  Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar and Dingboche for altitude adaptation
  5.  Trek to Kala Patthar for stunning sunrise views over Everest
  6.  Visit to Everest Base Camp, the iconic staging ground for mountaineers
  7.  Scenic flights to and from Lukla, offering aerial views of the Himalayas


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Culture and Tradition:

The Everest region is rich in Sherpa culture and traditions, which you’ll experience firsthand during the trek. From the warm hospitality of local villagers to the colorful Buddhist monasteries adorned with prayer flags, every step of the journey is infused with cultural insights and authentic encounters. Take the opportunity to interact with Sherpa people, learn about their customs, and witness traditional ceremonies along the way.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Best Time to Visit:

The best time to embark on the Everest Base Camp Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer clear skies, moderate temperatures, and stable weather conditions, making it ideal for trekking and enjoying spectacular views of the Himalayas.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Grades:

The trek is graded as moderate to challenging, suitable for trekkers with a good level of fitness and prior hiking experience. Altitude acclimatization is crucial to prevent altitude sickness, with rest days incorporated into the itinerary for adaptation.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Accommodation:

Accommodation during the trek is typically in tea houses or lodges, offering basic amenities such as a bed, meals, and hot showers. Rooms may vary in comfort and facilities, but all provide a cozy retreat after a day of trekking amidst the Himalayan wilderness.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Meal:

In this treak you will have a Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner for your entire during trek. Here is the detail about the meal available during the trek.

Breakfast: Eggs, Pancakes, Muesli Breads, Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, French toast with Jam, Butter, Cheese, Honey, Tibetan bread or Chapati, Fruits and Vegetables, Hot drinks, Tea

Lunch: Dhal, Bhat, & Tarkari, Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles, Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable curry, Potatoes, Tibetan Bread, Various Soups, Sherpa Stew, Steaks, Sandwiches, Momo (dumplings), Macaroni dishes, Vegetables, Salad Pizza, Snacks, Desserts etc

Dinner: Tenduk Spaghetti, Noodles Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable curry, Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari, Tibetan Bread, Various Soups, Sherpa Stew, Steaks, Sandwiches, Momo (dumplings), Macaroni, Potatoes items, Vegetable and salad Pizza, Snacks, Korean Ramen, Desserts items, Hard Drinks, Steaks, etc.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Trek Cost:

The cost of the Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days varies depending on factors such as the trekking agency, inclusions, and additional services. On average, the trek cost cover all the permits, accommodations, meals, guide/porter services, and transportation.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Duration:

The Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days typically spans 14 days, offering a condensed yet exhilarating adventure through the stunning landscapes of the Khumbu region. This duration allows for acclimatization, exploration of cultural landmarks, and a safe ascent to Everest Base Camp and back, making it an ideal option for those with limited time yet seeking an unforgettable Himalayan experience.


Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days Packing List:

Trekking packing list is very important work of your trek. So please do check the realated and necessary item.

Sun hat or scarf
Winter hat
Headlight with extra batteries

Sunscreen cream
UV protection sunglasses
Face & body wipes

Lightweight gloves or Heavyweight winter gloves according to the season

Hiking shirts
Long-sleeved shirt
Hooded rain jacket
Fleece jacket
Lightweight cotton pants
Polypropylene underwear
Down jacket
Waterproof jacket and pants

Thick wool socks
Hiking Boots

Thermal bottle
Water purification tablets
Trekking pole
Sleeping bag

Deodorant floss
Biodegradable bar soap
Dry Towel


First aid kit
Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport

Commence on the adventure of a lifetime with our Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days, offering an immersive journey through the majestic Himalayas and a profound cultural experience in the heart of Sherpa territory. From the iconic Base Camp to panoramic mountain vistas, every moment of this expedition promises to be unforgettable. Book your trek today and prepare for the adventure of a lifetime!

Trip Outline


Day 1: Fly to Lukla, Trek to Phakding

Day 2: Phakding to Namche Bazaar

Day 3: Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar

Day 4: Namche Bazaar to Tengboche

Day 5: Tengboche to Dingboche

Day 6: Acclimatization Day in Dingboche

Day 7: Dingboche to Lobuche

Day 8: Lobuche to Gorak Shep, Everest Base Camp Excursion

Day 9: Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar, Trek to Pheriche

Day 10: Pheriche to Tengboche

Day 11: Tengboche to Namche Bazaar

Day 12: Namche Bazaar to Phadking

Day 13: Phadking to Lukla

Day 14: Fly back to Kathmandu

Detail Itinerary

Begin your adventure by taking a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small airstrip nestled amidst the Himalayas. Upon arrival in Lukla, you’ll commence your trek, descending towards the Dudh Koshi River and following the trail through picturesque Sherpa villages and terraced fields. After approximately 3-4 hours of trekking, you’ll reach Phakding, a charming village situated alongside the river, where you’ll spend the night in a cozy teahouse.

Today’s trek takes you deeper into the heart of the Khumbu region as you follow the trail alongside the Dudh Koshi River, crossing several suspension bridges adorned with prayer flags. After a few hours of walking, you’ll arrive at Monjo, the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park, where you’ll complete permit formalities before continuing to Namche Bazaar. As you ascend towards Namche, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of Everest and its neighboring peaks. Namche Bazaar, a bustling Sherpa town nestled in a natural amphitheater, will be your home for the next two nights.

Today is dedicated to acclimatization, allowing your body to adjust to the altitude before ascending further. You’ll have the option to explore Namche Bazaar, visit the Sherpa Cultural Museum, or embark on a short hike to Khumjung or Everest View Hotel for panoramic mountain vistas. Capture the beautiful moment in your camera for the memories. Stay overnight at Namche Bazaar.

Leaving Namche behind, you’ll continue your journey through rhododendron forests, passing by small settlements and yak pastures. After a steady ascent, you’ll reach Tengboche, home to the famous Tengboche Monastery, one of the most significant monasteries in the region. Here, you can witness monks chanting prayers amidst breathtaking mountain scenery.

The trail descends through lush forests before crossing the Imja River and ascending towards Pangboche, the highest permanent settlement in the Everest region. Continuing along the trail, you’ll reach Dingboche, a picturesque village surrounded by towering peaks. This is another crucial acclimatization stop where you’ll spend the night.

Take advantage of the day to rest and acclimatize further in Dingboche. You can explore the village, take a short hike to Nagarjun Hill for stunning panoramic views, or simply relax and enjoy the serene mountain atmosphere.

As you leave Dingboche, the landscape becomes increasingly rugged and barren as you ascend towards Lobuche. Along the way, you’ll pass by memorials dedicated to climbers who lost their lives on Everest. Upon reaching Lobuche, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of Nuptse, Pumori, and other towering peaks.

Today’s trek is the highlight of the journey as you make your way to Everest Base Camp. The trail follows the Khumbu Glacier, offering surreal views of ice pinnacles and crevasses. After several hours of trekking, you’ll arrive at Gorak Shep, a small settlement located at the base of Kala Patthar. From here, you’ll continue to Everest Base Camp, where climbers gather to prepare for their ascent of the world’s highest peak. After soaking in the awe-inspiring surroundings, you’ll retrace your steps back to Gorak Shep for an overnight stay.

Before dawn, embark on a hike to Kala Patthar, a vantage point offering unparalleled views of Everest, Lhotse, and surrounding peaks illuminated by the first light of dawn. After capturing breathtaking sunrise views, descend to Gorak Shep for breakfast before continuing your trek to Pheriche, a charming village nestled amidst terraced fields and juniper forests.

Descending from Pheriche, you’ll retrace your steps through Pangboche and Tengboche before descending further to Namche Bazaar. The trail offers a mix of lush forests, suspension bridges, and quaint Sherpa villages, providing ample opportunities to reflect on your journey and soak in the beauty of the Himalayas.

The final stretch of your trek takes you back to Lukla, retracing your steps through Monjo and Phakding. As you bid farewell to the mountains, take time to savor the memories of your epic adventure while enjoying the scenic beauty of the trail one last time.

Bid farewell to the Khumbu region as you board a scenic flight from Lukla back to Kathmandu, where you’ll conclude your Everest Base Trek. Take this opportunity to reminisce about your journey, share stories with fellow trekkers, and marvel at the unforgettable experiences you’ve had in the Himalayas. The journey we started as strangers, we always hope to end it as friends. If you wanna go for another treks then feel free to contact us.

What’s included?

What’s Excluded?

  • Visa fees for entry into Nepal.
  • International airfare to and from Nepal.
  • Entrance fees for any sightseeing destinations.
  • Mandatory traveler’s insurance.
  • Expenses related to alcoholic beverages, hot and cold drinks.
  • Any unforeseen costs arising from events such as flight cancellations, personal illness, strikes, political disturbances, etc.
  • Gratuity for the driver, porter, and guide.

About the Visa in Nepal

For travelers, travelers on business, and other travelers visit with various objectives, getting a visa for Nepal is a reasonably fairly easy process. Here is a thorough guide on how to enter Nepal and the procedures for obtaining a visa:

Visa Types

The most widely used kind type of visa, the tourist visa is suitable for anyone going to Nepal for fun, sightseeing, or to see friends and relatives.

  • Business Visa: Business visa provided for those people who comes to Nepal on a business process.
  • Student Visa: Students visa provided for the peoples who comes to Nepal for to get the higher educations.
  • Transit Visa: This visa is provided for the person who travel in third country by making the Nepal as transit.
  • Non-Tourist Visa: The Visa for anyone visiting Nepal for reasons other than business or tourism, such as conducting research, working with non-governmental organizations, or participating in diplomatic missions.

Tourist Visa Information avout time and costs:

  • For 15 Days: Usd 30
  • For 30 Days: Usd 50
  • For 90 Days Usd 125
    If necessary, tourist visas can be extended.

On Arrival Visa:

At various land border crossings and the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, most nationalities can eligible a visa upon arrival. This is how it works:

Fill the Arrival Card: Fill the arrival form that can be usually availabe at border imigration spots or the airport.
Online Application: Fill out the online application for visa before starting your tour.
Payment: Pay the visa fee on the visa counter.
Visa Issuance: To get a visa, provide the immigration officer with your application form, passport, and payment receipt.

Visa Requirements Upon Arrival

Valid Passport: A valid passport must has to valid beyond the date of entrye for a minimum of six months.
Passport Photo: present passport-sized photo.
Complete Application: accessible at the point of entry or online.

You can also get Visa applications at Nepalese embassies or consulates
If you like to apply for a visa in advance of your trip, then Nepalese embassies and consulates around the world accept applications.

Usually, the necessary paperwork consists of:

Completed filled up application Visa.
Valid Passport
present passport size photo
Visa fee payment by cash or any means of payment system offer by embassy or consulate,

For Visa Extension

For visa extension you need to reach immigration office in Kathmandu or Pokhara.

Apllication Form: Fill up the visa extension form
Document: Passport Photo
Extension Fee structure:
USD 45 for a 15-day extension.
USD 3 per day for each additional day beyond the initial 15 days.
USD 5 per day for overstaying without an extension.

Visa for Extra Objectives

Business Visa:
Documents: The people traveling with business visa need to include proof of business registration, an invitation letter from the company, and other pertinent paperwork of Nepal Company
Visa Fees: Visa fee depends on the number of stay and entry in Nepal

Student Visa:
Document: Acceptance letter from an accredited school with valid passport, proof of financial support, aFees: About $75 USD a year on average.
Visa Fee: Typically charged around USD 75 for one year.

Transit Visa:
Validity: One day.
Cost: $5 USD.
A valid passport and a ticket for the next flight are required.

Important Considerations

  • Overstaying: Overstaying a visa can result in fines and potential legal action. It’s essential to extend your visa if you plan to stay longer.
  • Multiple Entries: Tourist visas allow multiple entries within the visa duration. For business and other visas, check the specific terms.
  • Renewal and Conversion: Certain visas can be renewed or converted to other types depending on the applicant’s needs and purpose of stay.

Permits Information

Trek to Everest Base Camp neeed the permits and also to follow certain rules and regulations to ensure a safe and respectful journey. Here’s a detailed guide on the necessary permits and regulations for the Everest Base Camp Trek 14 Days:

Permits Required:

  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit
  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card
  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry Permit


  1. Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit:
    Sagarmatha National permit is required to enter Sagarmatha National Park, where Mount Everest is located. The permit can be collected in Kathmandu at the Nepal Tourism Board Office or at the Sagarmatha National Park entry point in Monjo.
    The cost per person is Rs 3000 (approx. USD 25) for foreigners and NPR 1,500 per person for SAARC nation. To get the permit you all have to need is your valid passport and passport-sized photos.
  2. Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card:
    The TIMS card issued to trekkers to ensure their the safety and security. Tims card helps in search and rescue operations in case of emergencies. TIMS cards can be collected at the Nepal Tourism Board Office in Kathmandu or at the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) offices in Kathmandu and Pokhara. The cost of Tims for individual trekkers is USD 20 per person. The required documents for tims card is your Valid passport and passport-sized photos.
  3. Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry Permit:
    Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entry permit is required for entering the Khumbu region, which includes Everest Base Camp.This permit can be collected at the entry checkpoint of Lukla. The cost for this permit is NPR 2,000 per person (approx. USD 18). The required documents needed this permit is your Valid passport and passport-sized photos.


Rules & Regulations

Everest Base Camp Trek is more popular trek among the trekkers so here need to have some rules and regulation for the trekkers to avoid the problem in the future.

Environmental and Cultural Considerations:

No Thrash: Trekkers are motivate to minimize their environmental impact by packing out all trash and avoiding the use of plastic bottles while trekking.

Respect Local Culture: Trekkers should respect the customs and traditions of the Sherpa people and other local communities. This includes dressing modestly and seeking permission before taking photographs of people or religious sites. So no problems arises in the future.

Wildlife Protection: Disturbing wildlife and damaging vegetation is prohibited. Sagarmatha National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to many protected species. if these activities found on the sites then you will be penalized according to the law of Nepal Government.

Safety and Trekking Conduct:

Continued on designated Trails: Trekkers need to continued on a designated trails for safety and to prevent erosion, while trekking so no shorcut.

Acclimatization At Altitude: TRekkers need to take a accimatization on planned itinerary to prevent the atitude sickness. You need to take a proper rest to skip future problem.

Travel Insurance: Trekkers need to have travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation in the future.

Permits and Checkpoints

Carry Permits: Trekkers must carry all required permits at all times and present them at various checkpoints along the route.

Obey Checkpoint Rules: Follow the instructions of park officials and checkpoint personnel.

Health and Hygiene:

Water Purification: Trekkers must Use water purification tablets, filters, or boiling methods to prevent the waterborne disease while trekking.

Sanitation: Use designated toilets and facilities. If not available, ensure that waste is buried at least 6-8 inches deep and 200 feet away from water sources.

Trekking plan:
Trekkers can starts their trek alone or in a group,While there is no strict regulation on group size,but we suggest to trek in groups for your own safety. Solo trekking is also allowed, but it necessary to inform someone about your trekking plan and expected return date.

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