Budget Everest Base Camp Trek

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  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Trip Style: Lodge to Lodge Trek
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Aeroplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Teahouses + Lodges
  • Group Size: 2 or more
  • Max Elevation: 5545 meter

Everest Base Camp Trek is a highly recommended trek, and it is crucial to plan thoroughly before embarking on it. Choose the Marvel Adventures package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek for the risk-free outdoor adventure activity offered with first-rate accommodation at the most affordable prices.

The route to Everest includes many ascents and descents on an icy and treacherous trail, passing by snow-capped mountains, hanging bridges, raging rivers, deep forests, and waterfalls. You can expect a lot of difficulty in this trek. But after a long walk of patience and determination, you reach the peak at Kalapathar and take in the heavenly beauty of the Himalayan. The feeling is indescribable.

As you hike from Lukla to the Base Camp, the classic route retraces the steps of Sir Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay, and the numerous other early climbers of Mount Everest.

Given that you are on a teahouse trek, you'll stay in some of the world's highest settlements and learn about the Sherpa people's customs and local culture as you explore their religious connection with the Himalayas. Along the way, there are several Buddhist monasteries that you may explore to learn more about this religion's rich history and traditions and how closely it is related to the mountains you will be seeing.

The best months to hike to Mount Everest Base Camp are Autumn - October through November or Spring -March through May. Although going during the winter is not suggested for beginner and intermediate trekkers, the majority of operators offer EBC treks from August through May. With typical daily temperatures of about 10 degrees Celsius at lower elevations and near freezing at higher elevations, spring and fall give the finest climatic conditions for trekking.

Your attention will be captivated by the spectacular locations of the Khumbu area, from mountains to Sherpa villages and from glacial rivers to alpine woods, if you choose an Everest Base Camp Trekking package for your trekking holiday in Nepal. Choose our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek for risk-free outdoor adventure activity offered with first-rate accommodation at the most affordable prices. Make your journey a captivating trekking vacation in Nepal with us.


NamcheThings You Can Experience During the Trip

  • The Everest Base Camp Trek is the base of the world’s highest Mount Everest.

  • The panoramic views from Kalapathar of the world's tallest mountains over 8,000 meters, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and other majestic peaks

  • Beautiful views of mountains and sunrise from the vantage point of Kala Pathar
  • Tengboche Monastery is another important highlight of the region
  • The Khumbu Glacier and Ngozumpa Glacier, the biggest and longest glaciers in Nepal
  • The three great high passes of Everest: Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La
  • Hillary Museum is a must-visit site for the Everest base camp trek
  • Namche Bazaar also known as the Sherpa capital - the gateway of the Everest Region
  • Another major highlight of the Everest Base Camp Trek is Sagarmatha National Park, listed as a UNESCO world heritage site
  • The traditional mountain Sherpa villages and the unique culture of the local people

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 01 A brief flight to Lukla followed by a trek to Phakding

    Kathmandu altitude: 1400 meters

    Lukla altitude: 2800 meters

    Flight duration: 25 to 30 min

    Trek distance: approx. 6.5 km

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast in Kathmandu, we fly 35 minutes over the mountains on a scenic mountain flight to Lukla. As you will be landing at Tenzing Hillary Airport, the most remote airport in the world, the journey may be full of anticipation and anxiety. In Lukla, we meet up with our guides and sherpas. We make a short stop before beginning our journey. Before we get to Phakding, the trail passes through forests, villages, and suspension bridges. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge or Teahouse.
    • Place: Phakding
    • Altitude: 2610 meters
  • Day 02 Trek to Namche Bazaar

    Phakding altitude: 2610 meters

    Trek distance: approx. 8 km

    Trek duration: 5 to 6 hours

    On this day, we travel across five suspension bridges. We pass through towns like Benkar, Manjo, and Jorsalle as we hike. Our permits will be examined as we enter the Sagarmatha National Park in Monjo. As we travel to lunch, we will pass through a green, dense forest surrounded by streams and views of the Thamserku region and the Kusum Kangaru mountains. From Namche Bazaar, the first glimpse of Mount Everest can be witnessed in just under 30 minutes. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge or Teahouse.
    • Place: Namche
    • Altitude: 3440 meters
  • Day 03 Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar

    After breakfast, we hike in the direction of the Hote Everest view as part of our acclimatization process to prepare our bodies for high-altitude walking. The magnificent views of  Kwangde and Thamserku  can be seen from your lodging if the weather is clear. There are many peaks visible, including <strong>Tabuche, Nuptse, Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, and Thamserku.</strong> If there is time, we can take a stroll through Namche Bazaar or Khumjung Village, which both have a variety of stores, restaurants, and bars. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge or Teahouse.
    • Place: Namche
    • Altitude: 3440 meters
  • Day 04 Trek to Tengboche

    Namche Bazar altitude: 3440 meters

    Trek Distance: approx. 9.5 km

    Trek Duration: 6 hours

    Up until Kyangjuma, the trail is essentially flat before descending to Phungi Thanga. We travel uphill through rhododendron, pine, and fig forests before arriving at Tengboche. The mysterious Tengboche Monastery, with the enormous Mt.Ama Dablam in the background, has a stunning view of the Khumbu Valley on both sides. On a clear day, you can also see Mount Everest. Prayers take place every day at the monastery at 3 pm, which makes the day extra special. Then get back to the teahouse and stay overnight.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Place: Tengboche
    • Altitude: 3874 meters
  • Day 05 Trek to Dingboche

    Tengboche altitude: 3874 meters

    Trek Distance: approx. 11 km

    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

    To get to Dingboche, we hike past the settlements of Pangboche and Somare. We will start to notice the change in vegetation. As we travel, trees will start to disappear and we may come across a few bushes. Amadablam will always be in our line of sight. Dingboche is a sizable village with a handful of teahouses and lodges. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge/Teahouse
    • Place: Dingboche
    • Altitude: 4400 meters
  • Day 06 Trek to Lobuche

    Dingboche altitude: 4400 meters

    Trek Distance: approx. 7.9 km

    Trek Duration: 5 hours

    We will begin our trek right after breakfast. We will be moving through a valley encircled by the hills of Lobuche Peaks and Tabuche Peaks. We will eat lunch in Thukla before making our way uphill to the Thukla Memorial. There are numerous memorials to Everest summiteers who died during the expedition. There are memorials to legendary mountaineers such as Babuchhiri, Pashang Lhamu, Scott Fischer, Rob Hall, and others. Up until we arrive in Lobuche, Mt. Pumori can always be seen in the distance. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Accommodation: Lodge/Teahouse
    • Place: Lobuche
    • Altitude: 4900 meters
  • Day 07 Trek to Gorak Shep, then to EBC & back to Gorak Shep

    Lobuche altitude: 4900 meters

    Trek Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours

    Everest Base Camp altitude (round trip): 5,364 meters

    Trek Distance: approx. 7.2 km

    Trek Duration: 4 hours

    The trek to Everest Base Camp is divided into two stages. You climb to Gorak Shep in the first half, then to Mount Everest's highlands in the second. So, after a satisfying breakfast, you go from Lobuche to Gorak Shep. You slowly and steadily ascend the rocky trail, following an immense valley that lies parallel to the Khumbu Glacier.

    You leave your bags off at the lodge when you get to Gorak Shep, eat lunch, and then start your ascent to Everest Base Camp. Almost right away, you begin to ascend steadily to the base of the Khumbu Glacier by trekking along its side. As you go up the difficult slopes, you and the infamous Everest Icefalls. When you finally get to the base, Mount Everest and its neighboring peaks greet you with stunning beauty. The natural beauty of the surroundings is breathtaking. Before heading back to Gorak Shep, you pause there for a little to snap some photos.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge/Teahouse
    • Place: Gorak Shep
    • Altitude: 5,180 meters
  • Day 08 Hike up to Kala Pattar and trek to Periche

    Kala Patthar altitude: 5,545 m

    Trek Distance: 3.7 km

    Trek Duration: 3 to 4 hours

    Pheriche altitude: 4,200 meters

    Trek Distance: 11.5 km

    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

    After a restful night, you rise early and trek to Kala Patthar to witness Mount Everest and a beautiful sunrise. The path is largely smooth and simple to follow. You may gently ascend the routes, leaving Gorak Shep, the Khumbu Glaciers, Icefall, and other sights in your trail. The vantage point offers stunning views.

    You stay there for a while before returning to Gorak Shep to eat breakfast. You then prepare your belongings and set off for Pheriche. Lobuche is your starting place as you retrace your ways. You will be lowering for most of this trek to Pheriche, so go slowly and cautiously.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge/Teahouse
    • Place: Gorak Shep
    • Altitude: 5,180 meters
  • Day 9 Trek to Namche Bazaar

    Pheriche altitude: 4,200 meters

    Trek Distance: 11.5 km

    Trek Duration: 7 to 8 hours

    Do not ignore the mountains and surroundings just because the trail is similar to where we came from. We believe you will enjoy the trip the most when you return from it. The altitude drops as you descend, making it easier to breathe while also creating wonderful memories. Additionally, the view changes as you travel back. We walk through Tengboche to get to Namche Bazaar. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Lodge/Teahouse
    • Place: Namche Bazar
    • Altitude: 3440 meters
  • Day 10 Namche to Lukla

    Namche Bazar altitude: 3440 meters

    Trek Distance: 19.5 km

    Trek Duration: 7 to 8 hours

    It is a wonderful day for hiking. We will head towards Lukla with a great memory of our time spent on the Everest Base Camp trail and its surroundings in our minds. The evening will be spent having fun as a group, including the guide and helpers. Take full advantage of Nepali folk music, beverages, and cuisine. We will spend the night in a lodge or teahouse.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Hotel/Lodge/Teahouse
    • Place: Lukla
    • Altitude: 3440 meters
  • Day 11 Fly back to Kathmandu

    Lukla altitude: 2800 meters

    Flight duration: 25 to 30 min

    Today we will formally depart from the Khumbu region. We will fly over beautiful terrain for 35 minutes to return to Kathmandu. You will be driven from the airport to your hotel.

    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1,400 meters

What to Expect

  • Airport pick-up and drop by private vehicle
  • All Domestic flights and airport tax as listed in the itinerary
  • Standard meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • Government license holder guide 
  • Salary, food, accommodation and insurance for guide
  • Tea house/lodge accommodation during the trek
  • TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) card
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit
  • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry permit
  • Comprehensive first aid kit with oximeter
  • Government taxes and official expenses
  • International airfare and taxes
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Your Travel Insurance (compulsory)
  • All the expenses of personal nature
  • Any kind of drinks and desserts during the trek
  • Tips to guide and porter (Tipping is expected)


Trip DatesAvailabilityPrice  
21 Jun, 2024 - 01 Jul, 2024GuaranteedUSD 1099
27 Jun, 2024 - 07 Jul, 2024GuaranteedUSD 1099
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What to Expect

what-to-expect-on-budget-everest-base-camp-trekIt is an 11-day adventure with many ups and downs and a journey full of memories. And if you choose our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek, you can definitely expect a cost-friendly and convenient trek. You can also expect the following things:

Challenging trails

It is one of the challenging trails as it is located at an altitude of 5,364m. And the trails are very exhausting filled with ups and downs. Throughout the expedition, you will walk a great deal. Expect to walk for anything between 4 and 9 hours per day on a range of surfaces, including rocky pathways, high suspension bridges, and steep slopes. Don't let the term "Nepali Flat" mislead you; while certain sections of the path are less steep than others, they are nevertheless uneven.

Altitude sickness

You could get some type of altitude sickness on your walk as about 10% of individuals get it. However, you want to be sure that it doesn't turn into anything more serious. You need to acclimatize to complete your journey. Although you still experience some moderate altitude sickness symptoms with proper acclimatization, you remain generally healthy and can eventually go much higher.

The Khombu Cough

Some trekkers may also get what is known as "The Khombu Cough." Your body quickly breaths in cold, dry air that dries up the lining of the lungs and bronchi, leading to a dry, hacking cough as a result of physical effort, cold weather, and low humidity.

A lot of warm liquids will help to relieve the cough. Wearing a scarf or buff can also be beneficial since it keeps your throat warm and stops cold air and other unpleasant particles from aggravating your lungs.

A memorable experience

Your adventure's physical aches and pains will soon go away, but you'll have a treasured wealth of unforgettable memories instead. On your vacation, friendships are frequently formed quickly and deeply. The magnificent beauty of the Himalayas and the warmth of the Sherpa people never leave you. You'll reflect on your climb in Nepal to reach Everest Base Camp with a sense of satisfaction and achievement.

Transportation During the Trek

There are several ways to travel to the Khumbu region for the Everest Base Camp trek. The most convenient way for starting the journey is to take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla's Tenzing-Hillary Airport, which is one of the world's most hazardous runways.

The round-trip flight to Lukla costs around USD 434

package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek also includes a flight ticket from Kathmandu to Lukla & fly back to Kathmandu.

Accommodation in the Everest Region

One of the biggest contributors to the price of your Everest Base Camp Trek is the accommodation options in the Khumbu area. There are many different sorts of lodging services accessible, ranging from basic to more complex, and the price varies according to the type.

Additionally, our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek offers lodging options including tea houses and lodges. The package, however, does not include the price of lodgings in the Kathmandu Valley. For luxurious accommodation, there are additional fees.

Depending on where you are staying and the amount of service you choose, a day at a tea house might cost you anything from $5 to $20. In comparison to staying at a hotel or lodge, they will offer you meals and logistical help at a fair price.

The primary services offered by tea houses are food and logistics. Internet access and hot showers are additional amenities offered by certain tea houses. Staying in tea houses is a great option to reduce the cost of your Everest Base Camp Trek. They are also the most typical accommodations you'll find in the Everest region.

Besides the teahouse, you could also spend the night at hotels and lodges. It is the most costly option to spend the night when trekking to Everest Base Camp. The typical hotel nightly rate might be between $30 and $120.The majority of hotels offer amenities including simple lodging, connected restrooms, and hot showers. However, Hotel services are only available at Lukla, Phakding Namche Bazar & Dibuche.

As mentioned earlier, the trek experience entirely depends upon you. So, for accommodation you can choose either option, Teahouse is the most reliable mode of accommodation.

During the busiest times of the year, you might not be able to book a hotel if you are traveling alone. When you book your journey with us, we will make the advance payment for you at the busiest times of the year or you can directly purchase our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek for a convenient journey.

Food and water availability

The Everest Base Camp journey takes at least 11 days, and we are not able to pack food for the whole trek. Some individuals wish to bring a lot of food on their hike but do not commit this error. During your trip, you must walk for 6 to 8 hours each day, and if you pack a lot of food, your bag will make you pull yourself behind.

Since you will eat breakfast, lunch, and supper every day while on the walk, food will be the most expensive item. Also keep in mind that since there is no access to roads in the Everest region, the cost of any food is expensive. The individual must carry all of the food. In general, every hotel, lodge, and teahouse offers its visitors meals, but you have to give them orders.

Let's talk about the expense of meals for the Everest base camp trek. Lunch and supper each cost around USD 12-15, while breakfast is between USD 10 to USD 12. If you have the most basic goods, your daily meal expense will thus range from USD 35 to USD 45.

But if you buy our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek, you won’t need to worry about basic food items which include three times meals a day for the whole trip.

The following are some of the most inexpensive and straightforward food choices you can enjoy.

  • Dal bhat ranges in price from 900 rupees to 1400 rupees.
  • The price of soups ranges from 500 to 700 rupees.
  • Dishes including potatoes, noodles, veg-fried spaghetti, and rice will cost between 800 and 1300
  • Pizzas cost around 800–1200 rupees.
  • Veg momos range in price from 600 to 800 rupees.

Since everything must be transported up the mountain, it seems natural that food prices rise with altitude. Also, as we elevate the choice of food items will decrease. As per the above estimation, the budget of food per day will range up to 4000 NPR per day.

Now, talking about clean water, Even though mountain water is clean, you need to filter or use purification tablets.

Permits required

Permits for budget Everest Base Camp trekYou will require certain permits to enter the Everest area. In Solukhumbu's Sagarmatha National Park sits Everest Base Camp. You will want special permission to access the National Parks because they are restricted regions.

Everest Base Camp Trek permits typically cost between 3000 NPR, or around $23. For visitors from India, the cost is somewhat less, at about 1500 NPR. Similarly, according to the policy, young children are expected to receive a pricing advantage.

Here are some of the permissions you'll need for your trek to Everest Base Camp and their associated costs:

Sagarmatha National Park Permit

Sagarmatha National Park, a World Heritage Site and one of Nepal's most significant National Park regions, with a total size of 1,148 square kilometers and is home to Everest Base Camp (443 square miles). The primary goal of this national park is the preservation of several kinds of animals that are on the verge of extinction, including the musk deer, snow leopard, red panda (Habre), and others.

Entrance Permits are required because the majority of your journey takes place inside the Sagarmatha National Park, and they cost about 3000 Nepalese Rupees. The explanation is straightforward: National Parks and Conservation Areas are the world's most restricted locations, hence you must get entrance permits before entering them.

The Khumbu section of the Solukhumbu District, comprising the Everest Base Camp and Everest Three Passes, may be almost entirely conquered once you have paid your entry fees.

The government will charge you certain entry permission costs.

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit

Along with the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit, another type of permit is the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit. For the correct completion of your journey, you will also require this Permit, which costs about 2000 Nepali Rupees or USD 16 per person.

On October 1st, 2018, this access permit system went into effect, taking the place of the Trekkers' Information Management Systems (TIMS) Card. If you don't have this Permit, you won't be able to go through the Khumbu region, including to Everest Base Camp; you will need to pay a set fee for the card.

Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit - Not necessary for this route

To begin your trek to Everest Base Camp in 2023, you will also need to get a Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit. This is not required unless you take a different route through Jiri, in which case it is optional.

Permits for those choosing to climb from Jiri to Everest Base Camp may be purchased in Shivalaya or at the Kathmandu Tourism Board. The cost of the permit is 3000 Nepali Rupees.

You do not need TIMS Card

In 2023, Base Camp and the Khumbu area will not require a Trekkers' Information Management Systems (TIMS) Card for transit. Several policies in the tourism industry have altered as a result of Nepal's decentralized governance. The Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit is now necessary to proceed as TIMS Card has been deemed to be no longer valid.

In order to access these permits, you would require a guide. We at Marvel Adventure offer an excellent cost-friendly package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek which includes a very professional guide to help you throughout your journey.

Other things to consider

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Travel Insurance

Trekking across the Everest area is never without risk. A financial nightmare might result from even relatively minor injuries or misplaced bags. Altitude sickness, mishaps, and canceled flights are some more potential difficulties. Because of this, you require insurance to reduce all of these dangers. For about USD 150, you can purchase required travel insurance to cover such contingencies as emergency evacuation. We strongly advise it.

Trekking equipment

Everest Base Camp Trek is a technical hike, so you must be prepared with the necessary gear and equipment. The essential tools may be purchased at Thamel for a significantly reduced cost. But carrying high-quality gear is strongly suggested for navigating the difficult Himalayan terrain.

The list of essentials for trekking includes sleeping bags, down jackets, hiking boots, backpacks, trekking poles, polarized sunglasses, route maps, flashlights, additional batteries, and raincoats. The equipment can also be rented. You should expect to spend between USD 300 and USD 500 on all of your trekking supplies.


While trekking in Nepal, having a guide and a porter is usually quite helpful. They are familiar with the accommodation facilities and can communicate in the local tongue. With their wealth of knowledge of the path, they'll help you make the most of your trekking experience. Likewise, porters will transport your gear so you can move freely, especially at high elevations where walking might be difficult.

While hiring a porter costs between $20 and $25 per day, hiring a guide often costs between $30 and $35 per day. One porter may handle up to 20 kilograms of stuff. This doesn’t include their travel expense, you need to pay for it separately.

You can always hire them from a travel company directly. We also provide experienced guides at Marvel Adventure or you can always buy our travel package, Budget Everest Base Camp Trek for convenience.

However, Our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek does not include porters. If you need you can hire them locally or your guide will arrange it.

Our recommendation

You can have a wonderful experience at Everest Base Camp Trek if you follow the below tricks and tips. After planning your trip with the help of the below recommendation, you will have an unforgettable experience. However, If you are ready to embark on this journey and do not have time for proper planning, you will be glad to know about our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek.

Stay at a tea house.

The easiest method to reduce the cost of the Everest Base Camp Trek is to stay in tea houses. They provide a system of shared bedrooms, as well as affordable food services and logistics. You may choose from several options at tea shops. Our package Budget Everest Base Camp Trek handles all your logistics regarding your accommodations at tea houses and food and drink facilities.

Trekking in offseason

It might be very expensive to travel during the busy season. When EBC is busy and accommodations are in high demand, seasons like spring and fall are regarded as the peak seasons. It instantly raises the price of your food and logistics.

Therefore, if you want to minimize your Budget for Everest Base Camp Trek, we suggest hiking off-peak. However, it would be prudent to keep in mind that the surroundings could not be as you had anticipated at this time. Landslides during the monsoon and a lot of snow during the winter will also have a negative influence on your walk. So you should be well-prepared before visiting there in the off-season.

Rent Equipment and Gear

Another way to reduce your expense is to rent equipment and gear instead of buying them directly. You can easily find renting services in the Thamel area.

Travel Agency

Selecting a reliable travel agency is crucial for hassle-free travel through the EBC Trek and a safe, cost-effective trip. A cost-effective agency will principally offer you discounts on lodging and your EBC Trek package and assist you with logistics and safety concerns all during the trip. You could search for deals made available by travel companies if you're wanting to reduce the budget of Everest Base Camp Trek. We at Marvel Adventure also provide cost-friendly packages like Budget Everest Base Camp Trek. 

Can I see Mt. Everest from Base Camp?

You can get a glimpse of the tallest mountain in the world from the base camp. However, from the vantage point of Kala Pathar Mt. Everest looks great & massive.

What are the flora and fauna found during this trek?

The Everest region is home to a wide range of floras and fauna. Snow Leopard, Musk deer, wild yak, Himalayan black bear, and other animals, as well as floras such as birch, juniper, pine, firs, bamboo, and rhododendrons. There are also various bird and reptile species in the area.

Can I trek solo?

Solo trekking has been prohibited in Nepal as of April 1st 2023 according to the Nepal Tourism Board, the nation's organization for promoting tourism. The Nepal Tourism Board, TAAN, and other significant Nepalese tourism organizations sat side by side to revise it.

Do I need prior trekking experiences?

If you are physically fit to trek for 5 to 6 hours daily, you do not need prior trekking experiences.

What is the altitude of Everest Base Camp?

Everest Base Camp is located at a height of up to 5,364 meters/17,598 ft. The journey from Lukla to Namche Bazaar is the first leg of the ascent to Everest Base Camp using the southern route. Most trekkers take a flight to Lukla, where they start their journey.

What is the best time for the EBC trek?

The months of spring (March–May) and fall (October–November) are ideal for trekking to Everest Base Camp since they have the greatest weather for high-altitude trekking. These times of year give a clear sky and a clear view of the mountains. This journey may also be completed in February and the first few weeks of September, although those periods are not the ideal times to do it.

Everest Region Treks:


Trekking to Everest Base Camp is once in a lifetime opportunity. You don’t get to see the tallest mountain in the world so up close through any other trek. This trek takes you through the popular Khumbu region of Nepal filled with cultural heritages and local cuisine. The hospitality of the local people makes the experience ten times more memorable.

And here at Marvel Adventure, we offer this excellent 11 days trek at an extremely reasonable cost. We have expert guides that can assist you in navigating the treacherous terrain of the Himalayas, as well as basic food and accommodation services at affordable rates. The airline ticket from Kathmandu to Lukla is also included in our package. However, the price of Kathmandu hotels and porter services are not included in our package for Budget Everest Base Camp Trek


  • Emily Pippard
    Emily Pippard, United Kingdom

    Incredible experience

    Just did Everest Base Camp trek with Marvel Adventure which was amazing. The organisation of the trip was seamless. Nir made my first experience in Nepal so much easier, from picking me up from the airport on arrival, to spending the next day in Kathmandu helping sort bits out for my trek. He even took me to monkey temple, a Kathmandu attraction! Now for the trek. On the trek itself Dhana was my guide. He was a kind, attentive and knowledgable guide, having grown up in the mountains. The trek was incredible with amazing views! Throughout the hikes he checked in with me, and it was quite reassuring that each night Dhana checked my blood oxygen levels with an oximeter and put my mind at ease. He also cut me up fruit each evening which was a nice treat. At the end of the trip, Nir came and met me again. I left with a smile on my face and would 100% recommend Marvel!

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