"Everest base camp via Jiri route is one of the classic Everest treks first explored by the Everest Expedition of 1953."
In the comparison of the other Everest Jiri Trek relatively easy, takes you up high along trails to Tengboche Monastery (3850m). This is considered as a short trek but very scenic trek offers lovely views of world's highest peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Thamserku, Ama Dablam and other many snowy peaks. These treks represent the native and original aspect of Sherpa people and their country. We fly from Kathmandu to Lukla aircraft in the Khumbu region and trek up to Namche Bazar, Tyangboche (popular for its monastery) and into the Khumjung village, well settlement of Sherpas people. This trek is viable for those who do not have enough time to stay in Nepal.Moreover the picturesque of villages and various ethnic groups including Tamang, Jirel, Rai, Brahmin, Chettri and of course the Sherpaâ€™s will make the village well decorated orchard having various blooming flowers.You will have the opportunity to walk many ups and down hills with the trail being well serviced tea houses and camp. Amalgamation of two treks with picturesque of various ancients places from Namche Bazaar, the main trading village of the Khumbu area continuing via Gokyo valley, Chola pass, Lobuche, Everest Base Camp and up to Kalapattar then back down to Tengboche monastery and all the way to Lukla will be the major trail to approach this trek. We always consider your health. Before booking this trek, you can choose another economical trip as well. You can have enormous option in the Everest Region Trek.
* The typical trail of trekking in Nepal, that goes up and down the rolling hills so many times like the waves in a ocean. The trail is the classic trail treaded by trekkers and climbers before 1953 making it one of the oldest trekking trails of Nepal in the present context.
* The landscapes including the Himalayan panorama, that gradually comes closer and becomes more wonderful as the trek goes higher to Everest Base Camp. Also, the views of deep Dudh Koshi River Valley blended so well with the lush vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park
* The authentic Sherpa culture in the mountainous villages that we encounter during our Everest Base Camp Trek and the warm hospitality of the families of inborn mountaineers.
* The highland monasteries, the sacred maniwalls engraved with Buddhist prayers, colorful prayer flags portraying spirituality, the memorials, chortens and the every aspect that demonstrates Tantric Buddhism of Nygingma Pa Sect.
* The floral and faunal biodiversity of Sagarmatha National Park.
* Kalapattar for the whole view of Everest.
* The glacial walk over Khumbu Glacier that extends from Khumbu Icefall. The most important highlight the Everest Base Camp itself.
* Additionally, Everest Base Camp via also highlights the cultural opulence of Kathmandu Valley the day before the trek begins as well as the cultural richness in the villages between Jiri and Namche, where only few trekkers have managed to be.
Can I Commence this Trek?
In this trek, you are likely to walk 6-7 hours per day with a light rucksack. This trek more adventurous and exciting than others. It is more physically demanding than walking in the lower altitudes. To accomplish the trek you should have excellent health with average physical fitness, positive attitude, self-confidence and strong determination. If you have the subtle experiences on walking /trekking in high altitude, environment this trek will be really easier. Your Past hiking experiences may be worthy but you need special technical skill for this trek. To accomplish this tour you need perfect health condition. If you have pre-existing medical conditions such as heart, lung, and blood diseases please kindly inform us before booking the trip. We are highly conscious about your health and safety.
Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)-D
Day 02: Kathmandu to Jiri (2,370m/7,774ft)-B/L/D
Day 03: Trek to Bhandar (2,190m/7,183ft),12km,6-7 hrs -B/L/D
Day 04: Trek to Sete (2,575m/8,446ft),11km;5-6 hrs -B/L/D
Day 05: Trek to Lamjura pass (3,530/11,578) to Junbesi (2,680m/8,790ft):10km,6-7 hrs-B/L/D
Day 06: Acclimatization day at Junbesi,having refreshment and cultural sightseeing of local style -B/L/D
Day 07: Trek to Nunthala (2,330m/7,642ft):8km,4-5hrs -B/L/D
Day 08: Trek to Bupsa (2300m/7,544ft),11 km;6-7 hrs -B/L/D
Day 09: Trek to Surkhe (2,290m7, 511ft) ;9km,4-5hrs-B/L/D
Day 10: Trek to Phakding (2,610m/8,561ft);12km;6-7hrs-B/L/D
Day 11: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,283ft)9km;5-6hrs-B/L/D
Day 12: Acclimatization day at Namche with the flabbergasting view of local community and culture -B/L/D
Day 13: Trek to Tyangboche (3,867m/12684ft);10km;6-7 hrs-B/L/D
Day 14: Trek to Dingboche (4,358m/14,295 ft) 7km;4-5hrs-B/L/D
Day 15: Acclimatization day at Dingboche with full flashback and natural sightseeing -B/L/D
Day 16: Trek to Lobuche (4,928m/16164 ft):8 km-4-5 hrs-B/L/D
Day 17: Trek to Gorakshep (5,160m/16,929ft) & Everest base camp (5,316m/17,437ft):13km-7-8 hrs-B/L/D
Day 18: Kalapathar (5,550m/18,204ft) hike and stroll back to Pheriche (4,200m/13,776ft);23km:7-8 hrs-B/L/D
Day 19: Trek to Kyanjuma (3,500m/11,480ft):8km;4-5 hrs -B/L/D
Day 20: Trek to Khumjung to Monju (2,850m/9,348ft);7km-4-5 hrs-B/L/D
Day 21: Trek to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft);9km-5-6 hrs-B/L/D
Day 22: Fly back to Kathmandu-B/D
Day 23: Departure from Kathmandu-B B/L/D denotes -Breakfast, lunch and Dinner
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Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu
Altitude: 1,300m/4,264 ft
On arrival to Kathmandu; we will greet you at the airport and transfer you to standard hotel. Later we meet and take you to our head office, brief you your upcoming Everest Base camp Trek with us and introduce our trekking guide. Evening, we host welcome dinner at one of the finest local restaurant with music and ethnic dance. Overnight at Kathmandu.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Jiri
Altitude: 1,950m/6,3974ft Distance of driving-8-9 hrs long drive
This morning we drive by local bus to Jiri for 8-9 hours from Kathmandu via Araniko highway with a scenic countryside for our long trek to Everest. Jiri is big town and also a hill station, explore the surrounding area and overnight at the hotel.
Day 03: Jiri to Bhandar
Altitude: 2,250m/7,381ft Distance of walking-7 hrs walk
Today we start our adventurous trek and this trails offers us beautiful country side scenery from each ridge top at 2,390 and we rops down to Shivalaya at 1,760m. We pass many down hills and uphill’s till reach to a small settlement at Bhandar, it is a shrepa village with huge Tibetan Buddhist monuments situated on the meadow and terrace field. Rest of the day you can enjoy the remaining day by exploring the local villages.
Day 04: Bhandar to Sete
Altitude: 2,600m/8,446ft Distance of walking- 6-7 hrs walk
After breakfast we start our trek leads to a downhill at Likhu Khola, after crossing the bridge at 1580m, the winding path leads us to a small nice village at Kinja. After lunch we make a slow long uphill climb to lamura pass with great excellent views of the surrounding landscapes and distance villages and after few hours of long haul, finally reaching at Sete, a small Sherpa village which is situated on the ridge in the middle of the rhododendron forest.
Day 05: Sete to Lamjura pass to Junbesi
Altitude of Lamjura Pass: 3,635/11,925 Altitude of Junbesi: 2,000m/6,561ft
Distance of walking- 6-7 hrs walk
Today's' walk leads to long but gradual climb to Lamjura pass at 3,530m, passing through few small scattered farm houses and teahouses through the beautiful rhododendron forest, which is the highest point between Jiri and Namche Bazaar. from the top the trail then descends to Taktor through the forest and emerges after one and half hrs. Traverse on the north side of the valley round a notch before dropping down to the Sherpa village of Junbesi for an overnight stop.
Day 06: Acclimatization day at Junbesi
Altitude: 2,000m/6,561ft Acclimatization Day
Junbesi is situated at altitude of 2,700m and it is the one of the most beautiful sherpa with astonishing landscape, rich in culture and the lovely hospitable Sherpa people. Two hours' walk to the northern side of Junbesi is the village of Phugmochhe, where there is a traditional Sherpa art centre. En-route to Phugmochhe a short diversion will allow a visit to Thubten Chhuling, a huge Tibetan Buddhist monastery about one and half hour's walk from Junbesi, Junbesi falls on the Pikey- dudhkunda trail. Today we relax whole day exploring around with overnight in the Lodge.
Day 07: Junbesi to Nunthala
Altitude: 2,330m/7,642ft Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
Below Junbesi the trail crosses the Junbesi Khola on a wooden bridge. Just beyond the bridge there is a trail junction. The route to Khumbu follows the left-hand trail that leads uphill. This trail turns north, descending through Salung. From here, Mt. Everest can be seen on a clear day towards north east. We follow the shepherds' huts and the hidden route in dense forest with several picturesque streams on wooden bridges just before reaching Nunthala (Mani dingma) at 2,320m and overnight stay here. Nunthala is a village an ideal spot for the overnight stop.
Day 08: Nunthala to Bupsadanda
Altitude: 2300m/7,544ft Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
From Nunthala our path descent which continues to the Dudhkoshi River Bridge and the trail lead through terraced fields and yards of houses. Walk continues through forests then climb on the terraces to reach the Rai village of Jubing (1,667m/5467ft). From Jubing the path took us a slow climb to the village around a ridge, and continues to the village of Khari Khola to push on up the steep hill to Bupsa.
Day 09: Bupsadanda to Surkhe
Altitude: 2,290m7, 511ft Distance of walking- 6 hrs walk
Today our trail ascends from Bupsa and head on to Bhumsing village (2,300m/7544ft) and the trail continues to the north side of the valley to reach Puiyan village (2,796m/9170ft). After Puiyan trail leads us on the long winding trail with few small ups and downs to Surkhe.
Day 10: Surkhe to Phakding
Altitude: 2,610m/8,561ft) Distance of walking- 4-5 hrs walk
After breakfast we start to climb to north to Chaurikharka(2,713m/8898ft) a large scattered village with monastery and high school. Chaurikharka is also the bread basket for the Khumbu area because the land is very fertile for barley, wheat and enough green vegetables. Today our trail joins from Lukla towards Phakding, making the path quite busy with more trekkers, porters and pack animals and few hours of good scenic walk brings you at Phakding for the overnight.
Day 11: Phakding to Namche Bazaar
Altitude: 3,440m/11,283ft Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
After breakfast we will continue up the banks of the Dudh Kosi, crossing it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo the entrance gate of the Sagarmatha National Park. When enter the National park boundary we descend and a gradual walk brings us to the suspension bridge over the Bhote-Koshi river to Jorsalle village, the last village till Namche Bazaar. Namche is a prosperous trading town and the capital of the Khumbu Region.
Day 12: Acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar
Altitude: 3,440m/11,283ft Acclimatization Day
We will spend a day in Namche Bazaar resting and allowing our bodies to become acclimatized to the altitude of (3,440m/11,283ft). You have full day leisure or visit Everest View Point hotel for wonderful panoramic view or stroll around the market, if Saturday can be seen many people in Saturday market for shopping to fulfill their daily needs and only one shopping market in the surrounding areas. Also you can visit Sherpa Museum as well a great place to learn Sherpa culture and history of mountaineering and stroll back to hotel for overnight.
Day 13: Namche to Tyangboche
Altitude: 3,867m/12684ft) Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
Today after breakfast we start our trek with pleasant walk through the forest with magnificent view of mountains. The great view of the mighty peaks of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku and Kwangde peak with view of the eastern snow capped mountains. The trail leads uphill through the forested path and the hardly walk to get to Tyangboche. One of the most beautiful place in the Himalaya and the first thing that comes to your eye is the big Monastery, then the large field with campsites and teahouses, lodges beneath the towering majestic beautiful peak Ama Dablam.
Day 14: Tyangboche to Dingboche
Altitude: 4,358m/14,295 ft Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
The trail descends down from Tengboche, winding through the rhododendron forest to Deboche and crossing a bridge over the raging Imja Khol River. Hug the valley wall, and then traverse the plains to Dingboche, the start of the Imja Tse Valley. Dingboche is also the gateway to Chukung and farther beyond for the most challenging traverses towards Makalu area and Hinko Valley via Sherpani col 6,100m/20008ft and Amphu Laptsa pass 5,780m/18958ft.
Day 15: Acclimatization day at Dingboche
On this day you will rest before the last leg of the journey. You may have full day rest or there are some places where you can go for a day walk like trek to Chhukung (4,730m) is worth while which takes approx. 3-4 hours from Dingboche, towards east with in the Imjatse Valley, although the trek is gradual, however you can feel the thin air as the altitude gains slowly coming towards Chhukung. At Chhukung, there are few teahouses overlooking superb view of the snow capped peaks and glaciers After enjoy stroll back to Dingboche for overnight.
Day 16: Dingboche to Lobuche
Altitude: 4,928m/16164 ft Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
Tackle the steep incline to the terminal moraine of the Khumbu glacier, continuing along the rugged route to your resort at Loboje. Above the huts looms the famous Lhotse Ridge.
Day 17: Trek to Gorakshep & Everest base camp
Altitude at Gorakshep: 5,160m/16,929ft Altitude at Everest Base Camp: 5,316m/17,437ft Distance of walking- 7-8 hrs walk
After breakfast we continue our trek in a windy and rocky path with the wonderful view of Mt. Pumori, Mt. Nuptse and other magnificent peaks. After check in the hotel at Gorekshep we continue climb to the top of Kalapatthar (the famous view point). This small peak offers the best views of Mt. Everest, Pumori and Ama Dablam you can get without climbing. Stroll back to Gorekshep for overnight.
Day 18: Kalapathar hike and stroll back to Pheriche
Altitude at Kalapathar: 5,550m/18,204ft Altitude at Pheriche: 4,200m/13,776ft Distance of walking- 6-7 hrs walk
After breakfast our adventure continues towards Everest Base Camp and to the Khumbu Ice-fall. The trail passes through over rocky dunes and moraine and streams, till you reach the base camp. In Everest Base Camp the climbers gather for summiting Everest during the high expedition season. We are continuing the trek for return back to Gorakshep and continuous back to Pheriche for overnight.
Day 19: Pheriche to Kyanjuma
Altitude: 3,500m/11,480ft Distance of walking- 5-6 hrs walk
Heading down now, the going is easier and the pace faster. Take back great memories with you and walk down hill towards the Phungithanka vis Tangboche and after crossing the suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi river trek onwards to the Kyanjuma the junction of the trinity ways to Gokyo Valley, Khumjung village and Namche Bazzar. Great view of Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tawache and Lhotse as well as dense wildlife of some species of Pheasants, Himalayan Griffons, Musk deer and wild goat can be found insides the rhododendron forest, evening explore small surrounding area with magnificent scenery.
Day 20: Kyanjuma to Khumjung to Monju
Altitude: 2,850m/9,348ft Distance of walking- 6-7 hrs walk
Today after breakfast short climb to hidden valley called Khumjung village, probably the biggest village of the areas and visit Hillary school established by Sir Admund Hillary and visit to Khunde village where a place of famous climber and big hospital running by charity, after a great moments take back to Namche Bazzar for lunch via Syangboche airstrip which is the world highest airstrip. We walk back to the downhill for overnight at Monju.
Day 21: Monju to Lukla
Altitude: 2,800m/9,186ft Distance of walking- 4-5 hrs walk
After breakfast we trek back with enjoying the lush green scenery around and passing through the incredible mountain scenery and local Sherpa village. And finally today the trail leads you back to Lukla. After your arrival in Lukla you will have time to relax and celebrate the completion of your trek.
Day 22: Fly back to Kathmandu
Altitude: 1350m 35minute Trans Himalayan flight
After an early morning flight to Kathmandu our guide transfer you to your hotel. You may have time to relax after long journey and take back your breath and rest at your hotel with ending your Himalayan trip with us.
Day 23: Departure from Kathmandu
Free day for shopping and departure Altitude: 1,300m/4,264 ft
Today is free or last minute shopping for souvenirs or gift to your family, friends or relatives for you until your departure flight/drive or to commence any extra trips or activities you may have booked with us. If departing, you'll be transferred to the International Airport for your departure flight to your onwards destination.
Price: US $1840 per person
What is Included?
- All ground transportation in Kathmandu by private vehicle (Including airport pick and drop)
- 03 Nights twin sharing Deluxe accommodation in Kathmandu at Hotel Apsara Boutique on BB plan
- Welcome dinner at one of the typical Nepalese restaurant- Traditional Dance & Music & Farewell Dinner at one of the finest restaurant in main down town
- Half Day guided tour of Kathmandu Valley with fluent english speaking tour guide, all of his payment, cost of all sightseeing places entrance fees and monument fees
- Everest Trekking Permit (Officially Known as Sagarmatha National Park Permit), Khumbu Village Rural Cipality Permit & TIMs Card( From TAAN)
- Drive from Kathmandu to Jiri by comfortable public vehicle
- Everest Base Camp Trek via Jiri on full board of meals plan (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, tea or coffes in a cups only, seasonal fruits)
- Trekking accommodation at comfortable & clean Mt. Lodge & Guest Houses (Nights staying in Phakding, Namche, Monjo & Lukla will be in attached bathroom)- Rooms on twin share
- Lukla- Kathmandu flight, air transfer and taxes
- One Advanced Adventures Trekking Leader (Experienced, Fluent English Speaking, Gov. Licensed, first aid and eco trained), required assistance Leader/s as per the group size, their entire expenses, equipment and insurance
- One trek sherpa porter for every two trekkers for carrying their trek luggages (2 Trekkers: 1 Porter), all the payment, trek equipment and insurance
- AA Trek Duffle Bag, Trek T- shirt, Trekking Map, Adventure Certificate
- Down Jacket and Sleeping Bags while on trekking (To be returned after trek use)- rated to -15 Degree Celsius
- Group medicine Kit Box (Diamox & other first Aid Medicine)
- All the Gov. and Local taxes as per applicable
- Final departure transfer from Kathmandu
What is Excluded?
- Nepal Visa Fee( US$- 25 for 15 days and US$- 40 for 30 days)
- International flight in/out Nepal
- Your meals at Kathmandu (Except provided welcome/Farewell dinner and breakfast)
- Cost of beverages (Such as mineral water, beer etc), Battery recharge, Phone Calls, WIFI use, extra porter etc. while on trek
- Travel Insurance (Must includes Medical expenses, Helicopter evacuation and Trip Cancellation)
- Personal nature expenses
- Tips to Guide, Assistance Guide/s and Sherpa Porters
- Any extending trips
All prices are in US dollars and do not include international airfare, unless otherwise noted.
We do have several departure dates for our trekking /climbing trips. Please find your convenient departure date from the below listed year and write us. Being as a Nepal based adventure travel Company, we do have permanent trekking set up in mountains so we are very much flexible for the departure dates for our every Himalayan trip. Please view our available group dates as stated and if the listed dates are not matching your expected time for this trip, write us with your personal date, we are happy to organize this trip to you as per your own selected date and we can open the same date for our group departure date.
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|28 February, 2018
Important Trip Notes & Activities
Pleased acknowledge that you are joining us for the adventure trip in remote Himalayan region, where weather conditions, health and fitness of the member or unexpected natural disaster can compel us to change the itinerary and if so you have to understand it but we would try our best to keep the suggested itinerary as per the original schedule.
Your safety and satisfaction of the trip is our prime concern while travelling with us and we ensure you our best team, logistics, professional services to make sure that you would have an amazing trip of lifetime with us. Also note that our trip leader deserved the final decision if the trip has to amend, change the route or cancel due to the extreme conditions for the safety precaution. However, he will try his best to ensure that the trip runs as according to the stated plan but be prepared for flexibility if necessary.
Experience & Fitness Required
This trip is not a difficult. No previous trekking experienced is required but if you have, it is a great plus point. This trek is a non technical walk. The highest height you would reach on this trip is 3800m from sea level. The walk involves a lots of ups and downs, takes you through local villages, farming lands, terraces, and river side but as long as you have strength of walking for 4 to 6 hours a day, you are qualified for the trek however you should be having a moderate health and fitness.
We strongly suggest travelers to consult with your medical doctor before travelling and do the regular check up of your health and report us while booking a trip with us. A part of the health and fitness, participant must be having a positive attitude and strong determination for the successful trip.
Passport & Visa Information
Nepal Visa is the easiest visa to obtain; you may buy your Nepal visa at your nearest Nepalese Embassy/ Consulate or Mission offices abroad or buy this upon on arrival to Kathmandu international airport as per your convenient. You have to have 2 passport size photographs, Visa fees in US cash & valid passport at least for 6 months valid at the starting of the trip.
Nationals of SAARC countries and China do not need visa when visiting Nepal. As per this rule, Indian nationals do not require visa.
Transit visa is provided for foreign nationality for 3 days. Visa must be obtained for staying over the initial period of three days. Currently, foreign national can obtain Nepalese visa from the following border.
• Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
• Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)
• Birganj, Parsa (Central Nepal)
• Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border)
• Belhiya, Bhairahawa (Rupandehi, Western Nepal)
• Jamuna, Nepalgunj (Banke, Mid Western Nepal)
• Mohana, Dhangadhi (Kailali, Far Western Nepal)
• Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Kanchanpur, Far Western Nepal)
Tourist Visa Fees: 3 days transit visa - Free of Cost
Multiple entry 15 days - US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 30 days - US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 90 days - US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency
(For further information, please, contact Department of Immigration, Maitighar, Impact Building, Kathmandu, and Tel: 00977-1-4221996 / 4223590 / 4222453,
Download visa form-: www.nepalimmigration.gov.np
In this Everest Base Camp Trek via Jiri, the minimum group size would be two and maximum group size is ten or more on request. We can also organize private trip to solo person with single supplement cost. Else, join our estimated group departure dates available online or ask us with your personal dates, we will open group date on the same date.
Our Guides, Trip & Safety
Because these hikes take you on the remote Himalayan region, it is very essential that you are accompanied with the very experienced and qualified & equipped leader for the safe and successful trip. We Advanced Adventures employee the local trek guide and stuff who are trained and qualified on the trip we worked on. Our guides are trained and licensed from Nepal Gov, certify from TAAN & Nepal Mountaineering Association. All of our leading Trekking and Climbing Guide are experience from last 8 to 10 years. We have train them specially for your trip, to cater the flexible needs of our peoples in the group joining from different countries, this double assure you that your trip is at the right and professional hands.
At every trip, there would be our one Trek leader and one assistance leader on each additional 2 peoples on the trek- this arrangement would ensure that even if any of our guide/ assistance guides get sick or if any travelers gets sick and need to be back or delay the days of walking, it would still works smoothly and there would not be any impact on our original trek plan. Also each two trekker would have one Sherpa helper for carrying your trekking bags.
Meals and Accommodations:
While in Kathmandu, your accommodation is at 3 star deluxe Hotel with all the morning facilities to ensure your comfort stay and while in trek, your accommodation is at Mt. Lodge and local tea houses, they are clean and comfortable. Our entire accommodation is at twin share unless stated but single supplement accommodation is also available on personal request at the additional cost of US$- 300.
In city, only breakfast is included on the offered trip itinerary but while in trek full board of meals is included (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, and Tea- Coffee). We provide you food from the local tea- house/ Mt. Lodge from en route. Breakfast and dinner is to be provided from the same tea- house/ guest house we would overnight but lunch would be en route in between.
Foods provided are depends on the availability of the Mt. lodges we would be staying but in general, you can have Nepalese foods (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, various soups, Momo’s (steamed dumplings), potatoes, pastas and even a version of pizza! So, over all you have a different choice of food on trek.
We do have two best seasons to attempt this trek to Everest Base Camp via Jiri. Here we suggest you to come to this trip at one of hte best month possible for the great trek experience. Below, you wil find our best season to trek to Everest Base Camp via Jiri.
Spring: - (March, April, May) - Best warmest time to trek. Rhododendron flowers in bloom- excellent trails and clear skies, best visibility. Good Temperature, warmest weather of the year.
Autumn:- (Mid September, October and November) - Excellent trails, clear blue skies, best visibility. Best Time to Trek
Winter Months: - (December, January and February) are also good, but it’s obviously colder. You have to be prepared for this. It is up to you to plan this trek at this cold time or not.
Summer: - Monsoon, so rain and visibility can be a big issue (from Mid June, July and August). We do not suggest you this time for the trek.
Once you would choose which trip you would like to book with us, write us with the information or phone us on our phone number for the trip booking confirmation. We have online trip booking option, you may go on that link, choose your trip and date and follow the instruction with information required and summit us.
Once your trip booking request would be received, we would suggest you the final trip booking procedure with advance payment of the trip. Non-refundable deposit of 20% (per person) is required to confirm a place on your selected adventure.
Please do not hesitate to contact us in relation to any questions you may have regarding our trip booking Process.
Bal Bahadur Tamang
Bal Bahadur Tamang was born in Solukhumbu. After completing his eighth grade, he left his village and went to Jiri to work as a porter. His first experience as a porter was to carry a big sack of rice from Jiri to Lukla. He has carried as heavy as 110 kg of load on his back as a porter.
After working as a porter for some years, he met a trek company owner in Lukla and started working for them as a porter. He was later afforded the opportunity to work as a guide. He took the opportunity with both hands. As a guide, his first assignment was to lead two Canadian trekkers and an Australian trekker to the Everest Base Camp.
At present, he lives with his family in Kathmandu. He has a 12 years old son and a 7 years old daughter. He is very fond of the mountains. So much so that as soon as a trek concludes, he cannot wait for the other to begin so that he can be around the mountains again.
his first assignment was a group of two trekkers from Canada and Australia whom he took to EBC…that being his first trip, it required him to ask a lot of questions to other fellow guides…he learnt a lot.
his family is now in Kathmandu….he has two kinds..a 12 yo son and a 7 yo daughter…and his wife…..when he is not on trek , all he does is wait for the next group to arrive so that he can go to the mountains.
He believes that it is important to give tourists a unique taste of places they visit- be it local animals or flora and fauna, celebrations or culinary experiences. He tries his best to always give the tourists a close view of the life in the Himalayas beyond just the majestic mountains.
Born in Bungkot village of Gorkha, Hom Rana is cheerful mountain guide with more two decades of experience. Most of the guests who trek Nepal with him thinks that he is a "cool" guide. Mr. Magar's engagement in trekking started when he was 15 years old (in year 1995). He went to Annapurna Circuit Trek and his first salary was a modest NRs 75. Hom Magar is passionate about trekking in the Himalayas. He talks fondly of the mountains, the people and the cultural heritage of Nepal.
Hom can play traditional Nepalese musical instruments like Madal and Flute. He is also fond of singing. He has a tiger face tattooed on his left arm and fondly tells his guests about the story behind it. He generally spends his free time with his family- cooking Momo and playing with his child.
He says that Nepal is a "small world with a lot to behold".
Born and raised in Gorkha, Kim Rana came into the tourism sector through his cousin Hom Rana. He started as a porter and fondly remembers his first every trip. He carried 45 kg weight all the way from Jomsom to the Annapurna Base camp as a porter for a group of 14 Hungarian trekkers.
The content faces of the trekkers after long and adventurous trek motivates him to become an even better guide. His first trip as a full time guide was a 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek from Lukla with a group of Australian tourists.
Kim lives with his spouse with whom he has a son and daughter together. He has a metal workshop and works there when he is not trekking. He learned his trade as an apprentice under a friend who was a good metal worker.
Kim does not know how he has a seemingly Korean name. He asked his priest who gave him the name; he even doesn't have an answer. Kim speaks some Korean too. Once, a group of four Koreans started talking to him in Korean language. He knows some Korean too and started conversing to them. They ended up thinking he was a Korean too.
Mr. Lok Bhatta is one of our best and professional guide in the company. He has been guiding with us from last 12 years. He have trekked over to our major trekking region of- Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Mustang Region, Manalsu Region, Langtang Region etc. He is loyal, dedicated, honest and quiet person, but do guides his groups most carefully and ensure professional and personalized services.
He is licensed from Nepal Gov, Department of Tourism as professioanl trekking guide in Nepal. He loves meeting new peoples and guiding them to our Himalayas!
Everest Trek was an Unforgettable Experience with Advanced Adventures
An unforgettable experience! I decided to tackle on Everest Base Camp on a whim because I thought, why not! I am lover of the great outdoors and what better place to go to than Nepal, home to the great Himalayas.
I sought adventure, challenge and fun and it was definitely met! And even with very little preparation it was all made possible thanks to Advanced Adventures! The Himalayas is without a doubt an embodiment of all things majestic. Everywhere you looked was just one panoramic view after panoramic view of astonishing sceneries, and there were countless times I was rendered speechless by what was in front of me. Amazing, breathtaking, astounding, mesmerizing! All these words are mere understatements, and pictures do absolutely no justice, as nothing compares to actually being there in the flesh.
Being in among it all; the challenge of the pass, the beautiful mountains and landscapes, the people, their culture, the many villages and tea houses we passed through; dissolved any doubts I had in coming to Nepal. I felt safer than anywhere I had ever been being a solo female traveler.
Purna, my guide, was very professional, and had a vast knowledge of the mountains and its people. And though I went to do the trek alone, I never felt like I was as he, along with my porter Prakash, was absolutely great company. I also got to meet some awesome people along the way whom I ended up trekking with all the way to the final destination!
Purna and Prakash not only took great care of me and made me feel safe and secure, but they, together with the new friends I made, also made the trek so much fun and made my experience that much more unforgettable! To anyone thinking of undertaking this incredible feat, Advanced Adventures is the company to go with. Mr. Chet Bhatta and his fantastic team proved to be nothing but excellent and I’m so glad to have done the EBC trek with AA! Thank you so much for the adventure of a lifetime!
Alpha Guillermoa | Australia
The trek itself was amazing and we really enjoyed the challenge of the mountain climbs !
The trek itself was amazing and we really enjoyed the challenge of the mountain climbs !
Ever since I was a little girl, I have always dreamed of going to Mt Everest. I wanted to use a Nepal based tour group for my visit and found Advanced Adventures via Google. I found Chet had an excellent grasp on English and he was really easy to deal with. So my husband and I made our booking and started to train… I have to admit I was nervous about someone actually being there at the airport when we arrived in Kathmandu, rather than some rogue website! But all went to plan and we were greeted at the airport by our Guide and shortly thereafter met Chet Bhatta.
From the moment we were picked up at the airport, everything ran really smoothly and any last minute questions or concerns we had were quickly put at ease. We flew in on time to Lukla airport and started the great walk. The trek itself was amazing and we really enjoyed the challenge of the mountain climbs. We made sure we did as much training as we could fit in before we left and it paid off. Our guide was Eaklal and our Sherpa was Suresh. They were excellent to deal with and we very well looked after. Most days Suresh would beat us to the next teahouse and for the whole trip we never waited for than 5 minutes for our bags to arrive. Eaklal spoke English really well and they were both more than happy to spend some free time playing some awesome Nepal card games that they taught us.
We mostly struggled with the cold. We come from sunny Qld so the temperatures as low as -20 were a bit of a shell shock. Although we knew how cold it could be, we thought that the teahouses would have fireplaces burning part of the day and night… This is not the case. Rather, most had ‘pot bellied stoves’ that we saw would only be fired up mostly between 5pm and 9pm. This is due to the limited amount of fuel ie yak dung. So it was hard to get warm once you stopped walking for the day. But the amazing people, food and scenery far outweighed and concern about being cold.
The teahouses were pleasant and the food was actually really good. It was such a good feeling to get to base camp – a big tick off the bucket list!
We had amazing weather walking up to base camp but some cloudy/foggy weather for part of the trip down. We were lucky enough to hitch a ride back to Kathmandu via a helicopter – this was truly breathtaking flying over the Himalayas in a helicopter. And this did not cost us an extra cent. I am confident this only happened because of the good relationships and reputation that Advanced Adventures have.
We will certainly be recommending to our friends to make this amazing trip and to use Advanced Adventures.
A big thank you from Kelly and Denver Parker.
Mr. & Mrs. Denver & Kelly Parker
PO Box 706 Mackay QLD 4740 Australia
EBC Trek- March/April, 2014
We can say that booking a trek with Advanced Adventures was the best decision we ever made.
We can say that booking a trek with Advanced Adventures was the best decision we ever made.
We traveled in Nepal for the first time of our life, at 49 and 52 years old, on October 2013. Carole’s life dream was to trek to Everest Base Camp. So we looked up the internet and decided to book our trip with Advanced Adventures, a Nepal local company. We can say that it was the best decision we ever made. Chet, the executive director, was very patient and replied to all the e-mails and questions we had for him to prepare our trip.
When we arrived at the airport of Kathmandu, we were taken care of by the Advanced Adventures team. They came to get us at the airport to bring us at a very nice hotel. The meals were all included and we visited the city of Kathmandu the next day with a guide just for us. For dinner at night, Chet brought us to a restaurant for a welcome traditional meal.
But the real treat started on the second day. Our guide, Lok, came with us from the hotel to the airport to take the helicopter with us. We were lucky to have an helicopter instead of a plane he said. Probably we were lucky, but we found out during our trip that Advanced Adventures makes sure to give all the best to their clients. Our guide, Lok, was always taking care of us in all matters, from our security to our meals, teas, biscuits, lodges and we never had to pay anything more than the package we paid at the beginning. Our porter, Bisnu was also so wonderful to us. He would hurry to lodges with our heavy duffle bags, so he could come back to take our backpacks so we could climb more easily to our arrival point. We noticed during the trek that we were always getting a little more from Lok and Bisnu than other clients were getting from their guides. When we came back to Kathmandu, we had a party dinner and when we asked Chet if we could bring with some friends we made on the trek, he said: ‘’Of course they can come’’!!!
We were so spoiled from Advanced Adventures that we recommend them to everybody who want to make sure they will get the best out of a trek in the Himalayas.
Thank you again to Chet, Lok and Bisnu who helped us realized this wonderful trip and accomplishment to reach the Everest Base Camp. They certainly have a nice place in our hearths for life.
Mrs. Carole Lalande’ & Mr. Gaetan Martin- Canada
Everest Base Camp Trek at Oct- 2013
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WOW! What an experience for life…Thanks Advanced Adventures !
WOW! What an experience for life…
I’m so happy and proud that I did this Trip with Advanced Adventures. My friends and family were telling me, if I am crazy doing this, after all that happened here. But believe me, it is so worth it. Traveling to Nepal is so safe, or even safer than before. The trek, the people, and the lodges everything was so amazing.
Thank you so many guys for making this journey so special.
Mr. Joel Martin Aponte Suarez
Kleinhueningeranlage 56, Basel, Switzerland 4057
Everest Base Camp Trek- Sep/ 2015