Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek

All inclusive Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek can add helicopter return from Kala Patthar

Duration Duration 16 Days
Meals Meals
  • 15 breakfast
  • 12 Lunch
  • 12 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 4-nights 5-star hotel
  • 5-night luxury accommodation
  • 6-night basic accommodation
Activites Activities
  • Accommodation in luxurious lodges
  • 5-star hotel in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu Sightseeing
Price Reduced US$ 4351 Price Starts From US$ 3840
Destination Destination
Difficulty Difficulty
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5545 Meter
Activities Activity
Start and Point Start/End Point
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
Minimum 1
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Flight
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5 - hours trek

Overview of Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek

Nepal is world-famous as home to the world’s tallest Mountain peak, Mount Everest (8848m), commonly known as Sagarmatha in Nepalese and Chomolungma in the Tibetan language. Peregrine Treks and Tours offers a Sixteen-day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek package from arrival to departure.

Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek became popular after two legends, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, successfully summited the peak for the first time in 1953 AD. Since then, over 30,000 people have trekked to Everest Base Camp annually. This year, you can be one of the trekkers who reach Everest Base Camp. On this Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek, we aim to give you a mesmerizing close-up view of the best Himalayas, Mt. Everest, and other associated mountain peaks.

Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Highlights

  • Step into the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu Valley, which is highly rich in culture and tradition.
  • Experience a thrilling landing and takeoff on the world’s most dangerous airport: Tenzing- Hillary Airport, Lukla.
  • Encounter rare wild fauna at UNESCO World Heritage site: Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Witness four mountains taller than 8000 m viz, Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyu.
  • Visit the most significant and oldest monastery in the Everest region, Tengboche Monastery and Pangboche Monastery.
  • Luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking Route

We start our trek by taking a short flight to Lukla and walking for four hours, crossing DudhKoshiGhat to reach Phakding. Here, we will encounter Mount Khumbila, a sacred mountain that has never been climbed. We pass several Sherpa Villages rich in Buddhist culture and tradition. You won’t be able to contain your excitement when you see all those Sherpa people, their way of living, their homes with large prayer flags known as Lungdar, and several Buddhist Stupas and monasteries.

On each day of our trek, you will be fortunate to encounter the impressive sight of at least one mountain peak. Starting from the first day of the tour, you will be facing the following mountain peaks viz: Mt. Everest (8848 m), Mt. Lhotse (8501m), Mt. Makalu ( 8463m), Mt.Lhotse Shar (8393m ), Mt. Cho Oyu (8153 m), Mt. Ama Dablam (6812m), Mt. Khumbutse (6640 m), Mt. Thamserku (6623).

Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek also welcomes you to walk over its alpine forest at the bottom of the region. You can easily find coniferous trees, rhododendron (the national flower of Nepal), and juniper trees. It is also home to a World Heritage Site, Sagarmatha National Park, indexed by UNESCO. Along this region, you might see various rare wild fauna found in the National Park, like Red Panda, Himalayan Pheasant, Himalayan Black Bear, Himalayan Tahr (a prey species of Snow Leopards), and other animals and birds.

You will be walking past village areas, where it will be easy to spot Himalayan goats, Yaks, and Naks grazing on the scrubland, and ultimately, on the tenth day, we will reach Everest Base Camp in all its wonder. You then follow the same route back to Lukla on the twelfth day and fly back to Kathmandu the next day.

Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrive In Kathmandu

    We will happily receive you at the airport on your first day and accompany you to your hotel. We will have time to collect all your essential documents during the day and manage the permits and required tickets. You can walk around the market area and grab the equipment necessary for your trek.

    Overnight at The Everest Hotel or Ramada Encore Kathmandu or a similar
    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 02: Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing And Trek Preparation Day

    Today, we start a guided tour of several of Kathmandu’s historical and spiritual attractions. These landmarks include the historic Durbar Square, the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath – known as Monkey Temple, and the Buddhist shrine – Boudhanath Stupa, one of the largest and oldest sputa in the world, which is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

    Kathmandu Valley and Swayambhunath
    Kathmandu Valley and Swayambhunath

    In the late afternoon, We will give a brief pre-trip group discussion followed by the preparation of the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek by Peregrine Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd.

    Evening and Overnight in The Everest Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 03: Fly To Lukla And Trek To Phakding

    We take an early morning flight to Lukla and have our breakfast. Shortly after, we prepare for the first trek of our trip and walk the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek trail that follows the route of Chaurikharkha village towards DudhkoshiGhat until Phakding (2,652m/8300ft).

    Kathmandu Airport
    During Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Fight (Kathmandu Airport)

    On our first day of the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, we will encounter Mt. Khumbila, a sacred mountain that has not been climbed by anyone yet – overnight in Yeti Mountain Home or a Similar hotel.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    At Chauri Kharka
    At Chauri Kharka
    Note: If your group has fewer than four people and you book this package during April, May, October, or November, you will need to travel from Kathmandu to Ramechhap by road and then take a flight from Ramechhap to Lukla. We provide transportation from Kathmandu to Ramechhap, and we will also arrange your flight from Lukla back to Ramechhap followed by a drive to Kathmandu. The drive to Ramechhap is approximately 5 hours.
  • Day 04: Trek To Namche Bazar (3440 M)

    After having an early morning breakfast, we gear up for our second day’s trek destination, Namche Bazaar. This day’s trial consists of a beautiful pine forest and the riverbank of Dudh Koshi.

    We will cross a long suspension bridge, The Hillary Suspension Bridge. As we enter Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we might encounter rare wild fauna such as Red Panda, Himalayan Bear, Himalayan Thar, and other species.

    Trekker with guide on the way to Namche from Phakding, Hillary Bridge
    Hiker accompanied by a guide en route from Phakding to Namche, passing through Hillary Bridge.

    We then walk on a steep trail to Namche Bazaar, famous as the Mini Thamel of the Everest region. We end our today’s trek and rest at Namche.

    Overnight in Yeti Mountain Home or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 05: Namche To Everest View Hotel And Overnight there

    Today, it is essential for the trek to acclimatize before climbing to a higher altitude. We will stretch our legs for short hikes and explore the village. We can make this day flexible by going on an early sunrise walk to Sagarmatha National Park to enjoy the sun rising over Mt. Everest, Lhotse, AmaDablam, Thamserku, and other surrounding mountain peaks.

    We can also organize a day hike to Khumjung Village and visit Edmund Hillary School and a monastery to encounter a Yeti Scalp.

    Namche Bazaar in Background
    Namche Bazaar in Background

    Overnight at Everest View Hotel or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 06: Namche to Deboche

    On this day of your Luxury Everest Base Camp journey, we climb on an uphill trek route with some seriously steep ground, a few river banks, and forest trails to reach our destination.

    The focal point of this day’s target is Tengboche Monastery, the biggest one in the Everest Region. It usually opens at 3:00 PM, so we will try to reach on time without pressurizing our lovely legs.

    Phortse Village
    Phortse Village

    Tengboche is remarkable for its monastery and magnificent panoramas of the sacred mountains surrounding it, including Mount AmaDablam, Mount Thamserku, and Mount Khumbila. We wrap up our day by visiting one of the teahouses located in this area.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Rivendell Lodge

  • Day 07: Tengboche To Dingboche (4410 M)

    We will continue walking through the lush alpine forest mixed with conifer and Rhododendron trees (the national flower of Nepal). We descend to several Sherpa villages like Debuche and Pangboche. We will briefly hike to one of the oldest monasteries in the area, Pangboche Monastery.

    We will then cross the Imja River and Lobuche River to reach Dingboche. You will be amazed to see a village at 4,360 m/14,300 ft, with beautiful barley, potato, and buckwheat fields with grazing animals dotted along those fields. We call our day off at Dingboche village.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Dingboche Resort

  • Day 08: Rest Day At Dingboche Or Climb Nagerjun Hill (5100 M)

    It is another opportunity to acclimatize ourselves at a high altitude. We plan to climb the ridge behind the village to get rewarding views of Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Cholatse, and Taboche peaks.

    We can also see Lobuche West, Lobuche East, and Lhotse as the most dominant mountains in our northwest, rising above the Khumbu Khola valley.

    Star trails at Dingboche
    Star trails at Dingboche

    We slowly descend back to Dingboche to take the day’s rest and prepare for a more significant trial tomorrow.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Dingboche Resort

  • Day 09: Trek to Lobuche (4910)

    Today is the ninth day of the Luxury Everest base camp trek, and we will gently climb toward Pheriche Valley after an energizing breakfast. We are shadowing along the northwest side above Pheriche Valley through alpine vegetation, treating our eyes to awe-inspiring views of Tawoche and Cholotse peaks.

    We gradually climb for about two hours to reach Thukla for our local Nepalese lunch. After fueling up, we trek the most challenging yet worthwhile walking trail to reach the top of Thukla Pass.

    Here, we will see the memorial stupas, dedicated to brave climbers and trekkers from all over the world, ceased for the sake of Everest. We will pause for a while to pay tribute to their bravery.

    After a few hours of ascending, we will finally reach Lobuche and spend overnight here.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: New EBC Lodge

  • Day 10: Trek To Gorekshep And Everest Base Camp (5364 M) And Return Back To Gorekshep (5181 M)

    We need to control our adrenaline rush on this day because we will finally step onto Everest Base Camp, the most awaited day of our trip. After breakfast, we will walk for a few hours from Lobuche to reach Gorakshep, a comparatively easy path.

    Here we will unload our backpack, change for a lighter day hike pack, and slowly ascend towards base Camp by fueling our energy with a local yet delicious lunch. We must focus mainly on our pace to ensure we do not get Acute Mountain Sickness due to speed walking.

    On the way to Everest Base Camp
    On the way to Everest Base Camp

    Soon, we will ascend to the highest point of the Khumbu Glacier, where we will be rewarded with a view of the Khumbu Icefall. After walking for a few hours, we eventually find ourselves in the lap of Mt. Everest at an altitude of 5,364m.

    We will provide a certain amount of time for you to soak up Everest Time’s scenic view and beauty and walk back to Gorakshep before it gets dark.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Himalaya Hotel

    Khumbu Glacier - Everest Base Camp
    Khumbu Glacier – Everest Base Camp
    Khumbu Glacier - Everest Base Camp
    Everest Base Camp
    Closeup view of Khumbu Glacier, Everest Base Camp
    Closeup view of Khumbu Glacier, Everest Base Camp
  • Day 11: Climb Kalapathar (5545 M) And Return Back To Pheriche (4210 M)

    Kalapathar is well known for the sunrise as we encounter the first sun rays falling on the head of Mt. Everest and other surrounding Mountain peaks. To capture this magical moment, we must walk super early on a reasonably steep trail at a comfortable pace.

    At the top of Kala Patthar
    At the top of Kala Patthar

    After enjoying the sunrise, we will have breakfast before hiking to Gorakshep. We will have lunch and then slowly descend to Pheriche village for the night.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: You can return to Kathmandu directly from Kala Patthar. We will provide a helicopter service to fly back to Kathmandu. You can shorten three days by using a helicopter. For this, we will charge an additional USD 900 per person. You can do Pokhara sightseeing in three days or Chitwan National Park Jungle Safari. 

  • Day 12: Return Back To Namche

    Leaving the mountains behind, we walk down to Namche Bazaar. We will cross the same rhododendron, juniper, and pine forest trails and the Dudh Koshi River bridge. We can easily spot mountain goats, pheasants, and other wild animals on our way back.

    After a few hours of walking, we will arrive at Namche Bazaar and spend the night. An opportunity to honor conquering Everest Base camp with your fellow trekkers.

    Overnight at Yeti Mountain Home or a similar lodge
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 13: Trek Back To Lukla

    We hike the same route crossing the Hillary Suspension Bridge, several Sherpa villages, and monasteries to reach Lukla. We will have a mini celebration party for our accomplishment of the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek and our last night in the Everest Region.

    Yeti Mountain Home, Lukla
    Yeti Mountain Home, Lukla

    Overnight in the Yeti Mountain Home or a similar Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 14: Flight Back To Kathmandu

    We fly to Kathmandu, hopping on an early morning flight and taking off on a significant runway of Lukla airstrip. After reaching Kathmandu, you are free to do things on your own.

    We have guides in case you need them around Kathmandu Valley for short-day trips or souvenir shopping. We will re-unite for your farewell dinner at the end of this day. We will open the floor for your precious feedback session and experience sharing of Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek.

    At Peregrine Office
    At Peregrine Office

    Overnight in the Everest Hotel or similar
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 15: Rest Day In Kathmandu For Shopping

    It is a free day, so take advantage of it by shopping for souvenirs to give to your loved ones. You can go sightseeing in Bhaktapur or Patan – the ancient Royal Palace of Nepal.

    Overnight in The Everest Hotel or similar
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 16: Farewell

    Our Peregrine Treks and Tours team will carefully review your tickets and flight schedule, ensuring a seamless departure from Tribhuvan International Airport. As we bid you farewell, we extend our heartfelt wishes for a safe and pleasant journey. We eagerly anticipate welcoming you back to Nepal for another extraordinary adventure shortly.

    Meals: Breakfast


What's included


  • Airport Services: Private, fully air-conditioned vehicle for pickups and drops.
  • Ground Travel: Air-conditioned private vehicles are used for all ground transportation as per the itinerary.
  • Helicopter Flights: Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight by helicopter (for a minimum of five passengers); alternative regular flights on Twin Otter Plane.
  • Luxury Stay in Kathmandu: 4 nights in The Everest Hotel, including breakfast.
  • Mountain Lodging: 4 nights in Yeti Mountain Home or similar, one night at Hotel Everest View, one night at Rivendell Lodge, and five nights in the best available lodges during Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek.
  • Diverse Dining: All meals are in standard restaurants as per your choice.
  • Trekking Cuisine: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided during the trek.
  • Special Occasions: Farewell dinner
Tours and Sightseeing:
  • Guided Exploration: Full-day guided Kathmandu city tour in a comfortable private vehicle.
  • Entrance Fees: All fees are covered during sightseeing.
Trekking Essentials:
  • Expert Guidance: Experienced English or another language-speaking guide per client’s preference.
  • Porter Support: Required Porter as per the number of trekkers
  • Equipment: Down jacket, sleeping bag (return after the trip), trekking bag/duffel bag, t-shirt, achievement certificate, and trekking map.
  • Permits: Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Permit and TIMS.
  • Health and Safety: First Aid Medical Kit or essential medicine.
  • Extras: Seasonal fruits during the trek.
Staff Support:
  • Comprehensive Care: Guide, porter, and necessary staff salaries, insurance, accommodation, food, and airfares if necessary.
Taxes and Fees:
  • Complete Coverage: All applicable government and local taxes.

What is excluded

Visa and Airfare:

  • Nepalese Visa Fee: Not included in the package. You can obtain it at Kathmandu Airport.
  • International Airfare: Not covered.
Meals in Kathmandu:
  • Lunch and Dinner: Excluded, except for farewell dinner.
Additional Expenses:
  • Bar and Beverage Bills: Not covered in the package.
  • Tipping: This is for guide, porter, and driver, at your discretion.
Emergency Services:
  • Helicopter Rescue: Emergency helicopter rescue from the trekking area is not included. Please note that travel insurance is mandatory for trekking with Peregrine. Your insurance must cover accidental, medical, and emergency evacuation services. For more information, please click Nepal Trekking Insurance:


We will provide The Everest Hotel or similar hotels in Kathmandu in the Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek. We will provide Yeti Mountain Home (luxury lodges in the Everest region) in available places and Hotel Everest View in Namche during trekking. One night in Rivendell Lodge, Deboche, and you need to spend five nights in the best available local lodge with full facilities.

All accommodations for the Everest Base Camp trek are on a twin-sharing basis. Single hotel accommodation is also available by paying an additional USD 1000 per person on the package price. However, a single room is only available in luxury lodges in the mountains and Kathmandu Valley. A single room may not be available in standard lodges during the trekking season.

Once you have landed in Lukla, the usual trekking trail to the Everest Base Camp will take place; however, the accommodation will be in the superior hotels of the region. Peregrine Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd. would like to assure the clients that with this luxury Everest Base Camp Trek package, you would get excellent premier accommodation in the region.

Typically, hotels up to Deboche offer hot water facilities for showers. However, we do not recommend taking showers after reaching Namche. Please bring wet wipes to clean your body instead.

Meals during luxury Everest Base Camp Trek

During your Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, you will enjoy typical Nepalese food and international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Indian, etc.). Be sure the lodges or teahouses will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner per their available menu. You may get opportunities for farewell dinners. During this trip, you are free to choose from all available meal options. While there are no restrictions on the types of food you can select, please be mindful not to waste food. If you do waste food, you will be responsible for paying the full cost of your meals. Please note that hot water, hot chocolate, and pots of tea or coffee, soups, etcare not included in this package.

Route Map

Everest Base Camp Trek Route Map

The Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Map is the quintessential guide for adventurers seeking an exceptional and refined journey in the heart of the Himalayas. This meticulously crafted map offers a comprehensive and clear depiction of the intricate trekking routes and trails that lead to the iconic Everest Base Camp. Beyond mere navigation, the map highlights significant landmarks, charming Sherpa villages, and culturally rich sites, allowing trekkers to engage deeply with the local heritage.

Elevation profiles thoughtfully integrated into the map provide trekkers with vital information for well-informed decision-making, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable experience. It goes a step further by pinpointing iconic viewpoints, serene monasteries, and breathtaking vantage points that reveal the awe-inspiring grandeur of the region.

The map not only showcases the natural beauty but also underscores the area’s cultural significance. From picturesque natural features to the majestic peaks of the Himalayas, the map encapsulates the essence of this unparalleled terrain. Trekkers can explore the landscapes with a newfound understanding, aided by insights into the region’s geological and cultural marvels.

Catering to the discerning traveler, the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Map even indicates luxury accommodations and lodges along the route. Trekkers can enjoy the remarkable journey while indulging in comfort and relaxation, a true fusion of adventure and sophistication.

In summary, the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Map transcends the conventional boundaries of a guide. It weaves together clear route descriptions, cultural highlights, elevation guidance, and the allure of luxury accommodations into an exquisite tapestry of exploration. With this map in hand, trekkers embark on an unforgettable voyage where every step is guided by knowledge, enhanced by aesthetics, and steeped in the beauty of the Himalayas.

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    15 Days – US$ 30
    30 Days – US$ 50
    90 Days – US$ 125

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    You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.

    Trek to Everest Base Camp is an extraordinary adventure. To ensure a comfortable and memorable experience, we’ve compiled a specialized packing guide tailored to the unique demands of this luxury trek:

    Head Protection:

    • UV-Protective Sunglasses
    • Breathable Sun Hat
    • Multi-Functional Neckwear (Buff)
    • Warm Scarf
    • Insulating Winter Cap

    Upper Body Wear:

    • Thermal Insulated Jacket
    • Versatile Trekking Jacket
    • Merino Wool T-shirt
    • Weather-Resistant Shell Jacket
    • Snow and Windproof Outer Jacket
    • Layering Woolen Sleeves

    Lower Body Wear:

    • Comfortable Woolen Shorts
    • Thermal Woolen Pants
    • Durable Trekking Trousers
    • Base Layer Woolen Undergarments
    • Insulating Over-Trousers
    • Synthetic Insulated Pants

    Footwear Essentials:

    • Supportive Trekking Boots
    • Campsite Flip Flops
    • Insulating Thermal Socks
    • Cushioned Thick Socks

    Hand Care:

    • Woolen Hand Gloves
    • Inner Liner Gloves
    • Weatherproof Insulated Gloves

    Backpacking Necessities:

    • Ergonomic Trekking Backpack
    • Expedition Duffle Bag
    • Convenient Waist Pouches

    Essential Accessories:

    • Rechargeable Headlamp
    • Personal Medical Kit
    • Handheld Flashlight
    • Detailed Trekking Map
    • Reusable Water Containers
    • Sun Protection Cream
    • Antibacterial Hand Gel
    • Portable Water Sterilizer
    • Protective Face Covering
    • Seasonal Sleeping Bag
    • Compact Travel Pillow

    Specialized Trekking Equipment:

    • Adjustable Trekking Poles
    • Safety Carabiners
    • Locking Mechanism Carabiner
    • Ice Traction Devices (if required)
    • Ice-Climbing Axe (if required)
    • Certified Climbing Harness (if required)

    This list is designed to cater to the specific needs of the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. It’s always advisable to consult with us to tailor your packing to the season and personal preferences.

    Remember, thoughtful packing enhances your trekking experience, fully immersing yourself in Everest’s breathtaking landscapes.

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    How to Prepare for Everest Base Camp Trek

    Essential Information

    We want to inform you about certain things that can occur as a hindrance to your Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek journey. Before booking this EBC Luxury Lodge Trek, please read Things to Know for general information.

    Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty

    The Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek presents a unique blend of comfort and challenge, offering a rewarding and demanding experience. While categorized as moderately complex, the Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty should not be underestimated. This trek requires a specific skill set and standard trekking abilities to navigate the varying terrains and altitudes. Embracing both luxury and adventure, this trek appeals to those who seek to experience the majestic beauty of Everest without compromising on comfort. Preparation, physical fitness, and a willingness to embrace the challenge are essential to thoroughly enjoying this unparalleled journey.


    There are several routes you may pick during Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. But with Peregrine Treks, you can master the trail with an itinerary that includes a 14-day trek. Some routes may occasionally have steeper inclines and require more trekking work. Similar to the 9-day trekking route, it will have various difficulties.

    Distance and Duration

    Getting from one destination to another during Everest Base Camp Trekking takes about 5 to 6 hours daily. Because of how long it will take, it will become apparent how challenging it may be. The Trek should also cover a distance of 13 to 15 kilometers daily.

    Additionally, Everest Base Camp is approximately 130 kilometers long. It will be easy for you to trek with some preparation and knowledge of equipment and gear during Everest Base Camp trekking.

    Lukla to Phakding
    • Starting elevation: 9,100 ft / 2,800 m
    • Ending elevation: 8,563 ft / 2,610 m
    • Starting oxygen: 72% of sea level
    • Ending oxygen: 74% of sea level
    • Distance covered: 4.66 mi / 7.5 km
    • Time hiked: 3h 00m
    EBC Phakding to Namche
    • Starting elevation: 8,563 ft / 2,610 m
    • Ending elevation: Namche Bazaar (11,286 ft / 3,440 m)
    • Starting oxygen: 74% of sea level
    • Ending oxygen: 70% of sea level
    • Distance covered: 8.0 km / 5 miles
    • Time hiked: 6h 00m
    Namche Bazaar to Deboche/Tengboche
    • Starting elevation: 11,290 ft / 3,440 m.
    • Ending elevation: 12,687 ft / 3,867 m.
    • Elevation change: +1,397 ft / +427 m.
    • Starting oxygen: 67% of sea level.
    • Ending oxygen: 64% of sea level.
    • Distance covered: 5.72 mi / 9.2 km.
    • Time hiked: 6h 00m
    Tengboche / Deboche to Dingboche
    • Starting elevation: 12,697 ft / 3,870 m.
    • Ending elevation: 14,469 ft / 4,410 m.
    • Elevation change: +1,772 ft / +540 m.
    • Starting oxygen: 64% of sea level.
    • Ending oxygen: 59% of sea level.
    • Distance covered: 6.71 mi / 10.8 km.
    • Time hiked: 5h 30m.
    Dingboche to Lobuche
    • Dingboche Elevation: 14,469 feet / 4,410 meters
    • Lobuche Elevation: 16,109 feet / 4,910 meters
    • Distance: 4.9 miles / 7.9 kilometers
    • Duration: 5 Hours
    • Elevation Gain: 2,008 feet / 612 meters
    • Net Elevation Gain: 1,640 feet / 500 meters
    Everest Base Camp: Lobuche to Gorakshep
    • Starting elevation: 16,142 ft / 4,920 m
    • Ending elevation: 16,863 ft / 5,140 m
    • Elevation change: +721 ft / 220 m
    • Starting oxygen: 56% of sea level
    • Ending oxygen: 54% of sea level
    • Distance covered: 2.67 mi / 4.3 km
    • Time hiked: 3 h 00 m
    Gorak Shep to EBC
    • Starting elevation: 16,863 ft / 5,140 m.
    • Ending elevation: 17,598 ft / 5,364 m.
    • Elevation change: +735 ft / 224 m.
    • Starting oxygen: 54% of sea level.
    • Ending oxygen: 53% of sea level.
    • Distance covered: 2.17 mi / 3.5 km.

    Time hiked: 2h 00m to EBC (4h 30m roundtrip)

    Altitude Sickness

    Another critical obstacle to Everest Base Camp Trekking is altitude sickness. There is a reasonable probability of altitude sickness when we trek above 5000 meters, which is pretty tricky.

    You should know and understand Altitude Sickness well during the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek. To prevent altitude sickness during trekking, taking certain precautions, eating a balanced diet, and getting plenty of rest is vital. Acclimatization day is also essential for recovery during the trek.

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    Experience for Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek

    For the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, it shouldn’t be necessary to have a climbing experience. Since the Luxury Everest Base Camp trekking requires only a tiny amount of preparation before going out on the trail, it is not extremely difficult.

    You do not need trekking expertise during the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking, but some experience would be beneficial. In the area above Dingboche, there are several obstacles that hikers need to consider. Likewise, Everest Base Camp Trekking will be simple, with appropriate warm-up exercises and pre-tour routines.

    Average Group Size

    According to Peregrine Treks and Tours, group sizes vary. On the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek with Peregrine, group sizes will range from 1 to 7 on average. The Maximum number is 12. In addition, there will be a Guide and porter on a ratio of 2-1groups over seven will have a guide plus assistant guide and the appropriate number of porters

    Likewise, you may bring about 5 to 6 people if you travel with the group. For the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek with Peregrine, bringing in more than 5 to 6 individuals will be a bit of a rarity. So, when trekking, the size of the group counts. As a result, the typical group size for the Trek will range from 1 to 7 people. If the projected number of persons is close to the average, trekking will be simple.

    Best Season for the Trek

    The Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek is a versatile adventure that welcomes explorers every season. Whether drawn to the clear vistas of fall, the vibrant renewal of spring, the verdant richness of summer, or the peaceful stillness of winter, this luxury trekking experience is tailored to showcase the distinct beauty of each time of year. Crafted to provide an exceptional journey, the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek transcends seasonal limitations, inviting adventurers to witness the grandeur of Everest whenever the call of the mountains beckons.

    Spring Season

    The luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking would be most acceptable in the springtime. Because of the surroundings’ cleanliness and the weather’s moderation, you can fully appreciate the breathtaking view of the mountain. There will be very little likelihood of rain, but even if it does, it will be clear enough to see the peaks in the distance. Spring begins at the end of February and ends in April.

    Autumn Season

    Autumn is another ideal season for a luxury Everest Base Camp trek. The warm air from the west creates an excellent atmosphere with a clear view of the mountains. You’ll be able to appreciate every bit of the Trek because there won’t be any rain, and the temperature will be mild. Autumn begins in September and ends in November.

    Summer/Monsoon Season

    Luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking will experience more adventure this time of year. Because it will rain while you are trekking, the challenges will be more adventurous and ideal for adventurous trekkers. Similarly, while the daytime heat may make trekking a little more complicated, rainwater will clear the way for better visibility. This Season starts in June and ends in September.

    Winter Season

    The winter will be the coldest of the whole year. This time of year will be chilly and snowy when on a luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. Trekking is more difficult when there is the coldest wind. Since now is the most acceptable time to trek across the snow-covered mountains, it will appeal to those who enjoy the cold and snow. The Season begins in October and ends in December of the previous year.

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    Travel Insurance

    Travel insurance is essential and crucial for Luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking. We strongly recommend insurance coverage for your financial risks in various circumstances, such as an accident, illness, flight cancellation, lost luggage, personal effects, theft, and robbery. You should also select an insurance plan that covers medical emergency evacuation. Before purchasing, ensure the coverage includes complete medical and helicopter evacuations above 6000m and doctors’ expenses, as you will be trekking above the height of 5000m

    Evidence of insurance will be required before the trip starts and must include the insurance company’s 24-hour contact number.

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    Drinking Water and tea/coffee

    To stay hydrated throughout the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, you must consume enough Water. The teahouses will also offer us two cups of tea or coffee daily.  The delicious Himalayan sheep milk in the tea will put you in a fantastic mood throughout the Trek. The lodges and teahouses in the Everest Region will also be able to provide drinking water. Drinking water costs about $1 or less for each bottle.

    The breakfast will also feature tea and coffee. Since coffee isn’t considered great for trekking, you might use lemon tea or ginger and honey as an alternative. You may also have light refreshments while gazing at the mountains. However, the package includes two cups of tea and a water bottle.

    Typical Day on a Trek

    We plan to enjoy a lovely breakfast and a cup of tea as the sun rises in the morning. After breakfast, we will continue our Trek over the trails connecting settlements, through rhododendron woods, and over mountains and Himalayas that touch the sky. After a three-hour trek, we’ll stop at one of the teahouses for lunch. Or we’ll also be eating in one of the Lodges. We will then continue our Trek with the guides accompanying us. We will trek appropriately while enjoying the incredible scenery, smells, and sounds.

    We will stop at one of the lodges or teahouses in the evening. While waiting for dinner, we will have snacks, play cards, read stories, and chat with our guides and other travelers. We will also have dinner with classic Nepali food or another continental, Tibetan, or Indian dish. We will plan our next day’s trek before retiring and then go to bed.

    Safety Measures of Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek

    While on a luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, there are several necessary safety precautions in order of importance. The biggest problem with trekking beyond 3000 meters above sea level is altitude sickness.

    To overcome this issue, drinking plenty of Water, eating plenty of food, and having an acclimatization day when trekking is very important. Similar safety measures will work to eliminate altitude sickness. The same goes for making sure your body is as hydrated as possible.

    The same goes for being ready physically and psychologically before trekking. You will have a fair amount of stamina to push yourself on the Trek if you do some simple exercises and workouts before you start. Before the Trek, take some time to prepare yourself mentally. While trekking, be sure to use the right gear. This will keep you safe and help you out immensely.

    In addition, you will have a fantastic, knowledgeable guide for safety reasons to assist you during the entire Trek. Also, while on the luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking, bring additional energy-boosting snacks.

    Guide and Staff during the Trek

    Throughout the Luxury Everest Base Camp trek, our guides will be there to accompany you. They will help you as much as possible by educating you about the trials and allowing you to interact with the people. Moreover, our personnel members will be tour guides and porters who have received expert training; our guides can handle every situation without problems. Equally important, the porters will also carry your baggage during the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trekking.

    Furthermore, these porters will help you carry your big loads up the steep, narrow trails leading to the highlands. You will receive pleasant assistance from all of the trek staff members. Since the porters and guides will both do their best to assist you, they will be kind and spend quality time with you throughout the Trek, spreading good energy.

    Shorten the Trek – by flying back by helicopter.

    The expedition may be cut short in an incredible way by using a helicopter to fly back. After finishing the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, you can take a helicopter back to base camp. You may descend to the Gorakshep after overcoming the Kala Patthar, which rises to 5455 meters. Instead of returning on foot, you can take a helicopter directly from Gorakshep to Lukla.

    You can see several mountains from the aircraft, including Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, and Lhotse. Like the Helicopter ride, the Luxury Base Camp Trek will be shortened from 4 days to 1 day by returning to Lukla through this incredible flight.

    Extend the Trek – Adding Gokyo Lake and Cho La Pass

    To make it longer, Gokyo and Cho La Pass trek may be added to the luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. The Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary will include two additional days for these trekking destinations. You will take the northern part of a small trail that will lead to the Cho La Pass after returning from Kalapathhar to Gorakshep.

    Due to the Trek’s elevation above 5000 meters, it will be a bit difficult. You can see Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu at 5420 meters from this location. You will continue your Trek downhill toward Gokyo, past several glaciers; the ascent from here will be tricky.

    Trekking beneath the sky-touching mountains and across the pristine glaciers will be an incredible adventure. At 5360 meters above sea level, you will indeed arrive at the Gokyo. Ascending from here, you will reach Namche Bazaar and return to Lukla.

    You can get Gokyo Lakes and Chola Pass Trek by this link: Should you opt for this package, we shall ensure opulent accommodations in Lukla, Phakding, and Namche. You can anticipate the finest lodgings with en-suite facilities at various locations except Gorak Shep. We remain at your service for any inquiries about this remarkable trek.

    Domestic Flights

    You can fly via domestic airplane from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu. The flight time connecting Kathmandu and Lukla will be approximately 30 and 35 minutes. You will see stunning hillside greenery and distant views of the Alps during the flight. Tara Air, Sita Air, and Summit Air are just a few of the flights that fall under the category of Dornier aircraft.

    The flight will be incredibly adventurous since you’ll arrive at Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla, one of the world’s most dangerous airports.

    Delay or cancellation of Kathmandu- Lukla-Kathmandu due to unfavorable weather conditions and unexpected natural disasters can occur. In this case, we try our best to manage the appropriate time for the flight, pre-checking upon weather conditions. You must prepare your trip with buffer days in case you get stuck due to a flight delay to Lukla.

    During peak seasons, it’s important to note that direct flights from Kathmandu to Lukla may not always be available. In such instances, we have devised an alternative arrangement to ensure your seamless journey. This entails organizing a flight from Ramechhap to Lukla and back, complemented by ground transportation to and from Ramechhap.

    In the event of this scenario, we recommend commencing your drive from Kathmandu to Ramechhap at 2 AM, allowing you to catch the earliest available flight to Lukla. This strategic approach ensures that you embark on your adventure with efficiency and minimal disruptions.

    Helicopter rescue

    If you are stuck at Lukla or anywhere on the days of your trek, we have a Heli rescue facility. The cost will be around USD 4500-5000, which can lift four people per flight.

    An alternative option for the Luxury Everest Base Camp trek

    Suppose you change your mind about the Everest Base Camp trek due to flight cancellation. In that case, you can choose an alternative expedition to the Langtang region, Annapurna region, Makalu-Barun region, or any viable destination you wish. If you are still up with your Everest plan, we welcome you to stay in Kathmandu until you fly to Lukla and start the trek.

    No refunds

    We do not offer any refund for the services (such as hotel, transport, aviation, etc.) included in the package that you would not use later. Apart from this, Peregrine Treks and Tours make this trip the best trip of your life. We believe in providing quality service along with well-trained, quality professional guides.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    We will offer accommodations at the Yeti Mountain Home or a similar establishment of high standards in Lukla, Phakding, and Namche. However, luxurious lodges are unavailable beyond Namche, so you must stay at basic guesthouses or teahouses. In Gorakshep, the guesthouses do not have attached bathrooms, so you will need to use a standard room for one night. We will provide the best lodge with a European-style bathroom for the remaining locations.

    Yes, the hotels/lodges have electricity, allowing you to charge your electronic devices. However, please note that a small fee might be associated with using the charging facilities.

    This trek is classified as moderate in terms of difficulty. Our team of experienced and well-trained Sherpa guides will make the journey easier for you. You will be walking for approximately 6-7 hours each day.

    No special training is required for this trek. However, it is recommended that you engage in activities such as jogging, swimming, and other physical exercises at least one month before the trek. This will help prepare your body for the physical demands of the journey.

    Due to the high altitude and limited medical facilities during the trek, ensuring your safety is paramount. We will provide a comprehensive medical kit that will be carried by our guide, who is well-trained in its usage. However, in the worst-case scenario, we have arrangements for helicopter rescue services. You must have full insurance coverage to avail yourself of this service if needed. Your safety and well-being are our top priorities.

    You can safely store your luggage at the Kathmandu Hotel or Peregrine Trek’s office. Rest assured that both locations provide secure storage facilities. During the trek, we will provide you with a waterproof duffle bag for carrying your essential items. Any unnecessary belongings can be left behind in Kathmandu with confidence.

    WiFi is available in the lodges, allowing you to stay connected during your stay. However, please note that a small fee might be associated with using the WiFi service. In certain areas, you may also have access to mobile internet, providing an alternative option for staying connected during your trek.

    Hot water showers are available during the trek, allowing you to freshen up along the way. However, it is not recommended to take showers at higher altitudes after Namche due to the potential effects of the altitude on your body. Instead, we suggest using wet wipes to clean your body, which will help you stay refreshed during the trek without exposing yourself to potential risks.

    To book the trek, please follow these steps:
    1. Click on the “Book Now” button.
    2. Fill out the trip booking form with your relevant information.
    3. Proceed with the payment, which requires a minimum of 20% of the total trek cost.
    4. Once the payment is made, you will receive a confirmation receipt from us.
    5. It is essential to settle the remaining balance by the first day of the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek.
    6. To ensure a smooth process, we kindly request that you provide us with the following documents one week before the trip departure date:- Copy of your passport
    – Copy of your insurance details
    – International flight details
    – Copy of passport-sized photographs
    – Emergency contact details

    Please complete the necessary steps and promptly provide the requested documents to secure your booking.


    4.5 Star Rating

    Based on 17 Reviews

    Danny B. Kelly
    Mandan Road Russellville, MO, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Conquering Everest Base Camp in Luxury

    Forget roughing it on the mountain! My Everest Base Camp Trek with Peregrine Treks was an unforgettable adventure in luxurious comfort. Peregrine took care of everything, from top-notch teahouse stays with stunning Himalayan views to delicious meals that fueled our challenging hikes. The highlight was definitely Gorakshep, where we stayed in a luxurious lodge with panoramic views of Everest. The feeling of accomplishment reaching Base Camp, surrounded by such majestic peaks, was indescribable. Our experienced guide ensured our safety and made the journey informative and fun. This trek was the perfect blend of physical challenge and luxurious pampering, and Peregrine delivered on all fronts!

    Edward E. Enriquez
    Marcus Street Gadsden, AL, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Pushing My Limits in Style: Everest Base Camp Trek

    This Everest Base Camp Trek with Peregrine Treks wasn’t for the faint of heart, but the breathtaking scenery and Peregrine’s exceptional service made it a truly rewarding experience. The trek pushed me to my physical limits, but the comfortable lodges with hot showers each night were a welcome reward. Peregrine’s staff were incredibly attentive, ensuring we had everything we needed, from altitude medication to steaming cups of tea after a long day on the trail. The helicopter ride back from Gorakshep was the ultimate treat, offering stunning aerial views of the Himalayas that would have been impossible to see by foot. This trek was a fantastically organized adventure, perfect for luxurious travelers who want to experience it without sacrificing the challenge.

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    Savannah Bagot
    Sydney, Australia
    5 Star Rating


    First Class Trekking Package

    Trekking up to Everest Base Camp was challenging but much more satisfying and beyond my expectations. I communicated first class with Pradip, who organized this Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. I had an excellent trekking guide named Chetup Sherpa, who looked after my ups and downs throughout the trek. He kept me informed about the Trekking distance to be covered, height to be ascended, and altitude to be reached daily, keeping me safe.

    I will surely return to Nepal and have another adventure with Peregrine Trek. Accommodation in Lukla, Phakding, and Namche was terrific. From Namche, lodges are good, with attached bathrooms, hot water for showers, and WiFi for accessible communication with my family. The rooms of Everest View Hotel were terrific, and it’s beyond my imagination.

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    Justin Pethard
    5 Star Rating


    Fabulous Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek

    I had a fabulous time. Excellent guide and porters, lovely group, fabulous scenery, and people. I’m over 50, though, and I had never been trekking. Although I did a lot of walking in preparation, what really would have helped most would have been daily going up and down your stairs as much as I could bear. Hill and mountain hiking is a great idea. Also, doing daily is good preparation as you’re doing it daily on the trek. Well worth it, though.

    Margery J. Buffum
    Austin, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Impressive Everest Luxury Trek

    I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to admire the Everest region from every angle in a luxurious way. Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek is a complete experience and well-satisfying satisfaction. Eating outstanding cuisine while enjoying the view from the Everest View Hotel was a fantastic experience. The trek up Kalapathhar cliff was also exciting, even though I was freezing from the altitude. I had an entirely different perspective on the Khumbu Region when I stepped up there. Throughout that, the exquisite accommodation and meals along the trek were the main thing I will never forget. This experience left a lasting impression on my heart, and I will try it again.

    Ed E. Kerns
    Dallas, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Top-notch experience of Everest Luxury Trek

    From Pheriche, the breathtaking perspective of the northern side highlands was astounding. If I ever get the opportunity to visit there, I would dearly enjoy conversing with the gracious Sherpas again. The interactions with the locals were excellent, and I discovered a lot about their history. During my Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge trek, the monasteries surrounding Pangboche and Tengboche lit my heart. More than that, I’ll never forget eating foreign and native Nepali cuisine while gazing northward at the stunning Makalu and Cho Oyu peaks. Overall, this expedition was a top-notch experience for me, and I will always be thankful to Peregrine Treks & Tours for providing me with this incredible adventure.

    Laura J. Sharpe
    Charlestown, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Unforgettable Journey of Mount Everest Trek

    A truly unforgettable journey to Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek. During the preparation phase, Pradip from Peregrine Treks and Tours responded quickly and accurately to our questions. We were cautious because we were accompanying our pre-teen and adolescent children. The quoted pricing was competitive. We arrived and had a nearly faultless tour. Our tour leaders and porters were fantastic. They catered to all of our needs and were always willing to help. I can’t say enough good things about Pradip and our guides, Nima and Pasang. Our porters, Tek, Dhiraj, and Suresh, were also excellent. The entire team kept our children (Aged 11 and 13) and us safe and entertained throughout the journey.

    Demetria Zito
    5 Star Rating


    Friendly and helpful staff

    After reading numerous testimonials on TourRadar, I opted to take my Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek with Peregrine, and it was the best decision I could have made. Before I arrived in Nepal, Pradip answered my questions without hesitation. Nima, our guide, and Tekendra, our porter, were friendly and helpful, going out of their way to help us. This collaborative effort resulted in the best 15 days possible.

    Demetria Palermo
    4.5 Star Rating

    Very Good

    Priceless Everest Base Camp Luxury Lodge Trek

    We hired Peregrine Treks and Tours for four persons for a 15-day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. 4-6 persons are the maximum number of people you should go hiking with since you would be waiting behind the others. It takes a lot of walking and trekking up and down mountains, but the experience is priceless. Pasang, our guide, was an excellent choice; despite being a little difficult to understand at times, he blended in with our group and became a team member.

    Dominic Ayot
    5 Star Rating


    Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return to Kathmandu

    I did not anticipate that the helicopter flight from Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu would be so stunning. Ama Dablam, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu were all visible from the helicopter. The adventure’s highlight was traveling through the quaint Sherpa hamlet. Their culture and heritage were exceptional, but what captivated me was that most of their family members were either engaged in trekking or agricultural pursuits. The Tengboche’s tranquil atmosphere and the Phakding lush surroundings were both excellent. I reached the trek’s highest point, Kalapathhar, by following our guide’s lead (5,545m).

    Arianne Grivois
    5 Star Rating


    Trek with full exciment

    During my enjoyable holiday, the luxurious Everest Base Camp trek was a pleasure for me. I urge travelers to Nepal to attempt this once. The trail led us to the majestic destination, passing by Rhododendron woodland and low-lying clouds. Since there will be few ATMs or banks in the Everest region, I kindly ask that you exchange your local money in Kathmandu. I’ll never forget the fresh yak milk tea that went along with it. Rare plants and animals were abundant in the rainforest, stretching from Namche Bazaar to Pangboche. The spectacular stone-paved trail and waterfalls in the Khumbu Region enhanced the feeling of excitement.

    Troy Duval
    5 Star Rating


    Fantastic Experience

    It was an exciting flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Likewise, Flying above the magnificent vegetation of central and eastern Nepal was mesmerizing. Being on the brink of Mount Everest was a fantastic experience for us. The finest experience I’ve ever had was ascending the cliff face of Everest Base Camp. The view of the Khumbu Glaciers and other snowy Himalayas from the Kalapathhar was refreshing. Upon returning to Lukla, I reminisced on my excellent accommodation and food on the trek. The picturesque Namche Bazaar hamlet reminded me of the ancient Himalayan village in Japanese classic films. The luxurious Everest Base Camp excursion, as a whole, was the most beneficial for me.

    Bethany Gowlland
    5 Star Rating


    Excellent trek with warm hospitality

    Since I returned from my first trek in Nepal in April, I have been swamped. Indeed, the hustle and bustle of life here starkly contrast with the tranquility I experienced in the mountains. It makes me even more nostalgic about my trek with Nima as our guide.

    Like many people who have not been to Nepal, I was looking forward to basking in the beauty of the majestic Himalayan mountains. No doubt, I saw the majestic Himalayan Mountains, but what left me with deep impressions were the people I met. From the point we reached the airport, we felt the warmth of Nepali hospitality. We were treated more like friends rather than just mere visitors.

    As friends, we had the privilege to hear his views on the political situation from our trekking guide, Nima, and we saw his passion for his country and his hope for the future. During the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, while we saw many porters carrying loads many times their weight, I also saw the resilience of the people, which is like the Himalayan Mountains that stood firm and sturdy in whatever weather conditions. On our day of departure, Pradip came down to fetch us to the airport, even though he did not have much sleep as he was trying to help his friend the night before. I saw his dedication to his work and his kindness to his friend.

    Through all these that I saw, I couldn’t help but pray, “God, this is a wonderful country with wonderful people. May God bring to these countries capable leaders who love the people and who will bring the country to the heights of the Himalayan Mountains.” God bless Nepal!

    Adèle Joly
    5 Star Rating


    Fantastic Experience of Everest

    Our journey to EBC was a fantastic experience, and as a family of five ranging in age from 16 to 60, we were exceptionally well cared for; it was difficult, but we could not fault the experience.

    Sander C. Kruse
    5 Star Rating


    Recommended Trekking Package fro Everyone

    When I discovered this local travel specialist, I was skeptical that they could keep their claims. Most of the treks I discovered were double the price, and the services appeared almost equal. After reading positive evaluations, I decided to take a chance. I’m SO HAPPY I CHOSEN Pradip and this local travel expert! He was responsive, met me at the hotel when I arrived to check the plan and worked tirelessly with me to overcome travel obstacles caused by monsoon weather.

    NIMA IS FANTASTIC! He is an exceptional guide who got me to Base Camp despite numerous obstacles with the weather and my condition. I cannot recommend these people highly enough and Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. It would be wise to spend less on inferior goods.

    Monika Peters
    5 Star Rating


    Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek at resonable cost

    Pradip is a living legend. He suggested a fantastic route and was extremely reasonable in his cost. He stayed in touch with me from the moment I arrived in Kathmandu from Germany till the very end of my journey. I recommend Peregrine Treks because of their education, fairness, and, most significantly, their excellent character.

    Melanie Drescher
    5 Star Rating


    I had excellent information about what to do and bring from the day I booked my Luxury Everest Base Camp Trip; from the airport, they picked me up and gave me a two-night free 5-star hotel to stay in Kathmandu; on the Trek, I had an excellent guild who looked after me every second of the day, like my dad, ok the Trek is long days of walking, but that’s what you signed up for, great experience. The accommodation during the trip was superb.

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