How Long Is Everest Base Camp Trek ?
What is Everest Base Camp Trek?
Everest Base Camp Trek is the highest base camp in the World which is located in the Himalayan kingdom in Nepal.
How long is Everest Base Camp Trekking?
The core itinerary for Everest Base Camp is 16 days. However, this 16 days duration can customize according to the preference of clients. Even, we can accomplish Everest Base Camp in 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 days.
Is Everest Base Camp dangerous or unsafe?
Definitely not. Everest Camp is visited by thousands of tourists every year and they achieve triumph safely. What people talk about Everest Base Camp Trek is Lukla airport which is considered to be the most dangerous airport in the world. Regarding altitude sickness, there is a good network even in Everest Base Camp. If something wrong occurs, you are evacuated immediately.
Is Everest Base Camp Trek hard?
Ummm. Yeh, it is hard but not really hard. We begin this trekking at the elevation of 1400m and the highest point is Kalapatthar which is at the elevation of 5745m. The beginners find this trek hard but the experienced one doesn’t. Those trekkers who have a stamina of trekking 5-7 hours in a day in the mountain can do this trek.
How high is Everest Base Camp?
Everest Base Camp is 5434m high. Everest Base Camp is not the highest point of this trekking. The highest point of this trekking is Kalapatthar which is 5745m high.
Which is the best session for Everest Base Camp trek?
Everest Base Camp Trekking can do all around the year. However, between March, April, May and September, October and November are the best seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp.
Where to start the Everest Base Camp trek and where to end?
We begin this trek Lukla with a short flight from Kathmandu. The scenic flight is of 35 minutes. And we end this trek at Kathmandu with a short flight again. Optionally, we can trek from Jiri. Bu,t this is really challenging.
Is Everest Base Camp Trek possible without guide/porter?
Yeh, we can do this trekking without a guide or porter but we don’t really recommend to do in this way. If you go with the trip without guide and porter, that will be terribly inconvenient. And, recently, the government of Nepal is passing a new law that is not to allow individual trekkers independently without guide and porter.