About Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek
Standing tall at the height of 8848m, Mount Everest is a breathtaking beauty. The Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek offers you the best trekking experience with a luxury stay at the top lodges along the trail.
The Everest base camp luxury trek is for those who want to tread the nature's path combined with luxurious facilities in their stay. We will stay at the finest lodges and teahouses in the region and experience the trek with leisure. The necessary facilities might be scarce in the area. Hence, the stay at the top class lodges and tea houses ensure that you don't miss out on the basic amenities and your trek remains pleasant.
The trek is a unique opportunity to walk in the foothills of the Himalayas. Our trip starts with a sightseeing tour of the essential landmarks of the Kathmandu valley like Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Durbar squares etc. The next day we take an adventurous flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. We will pass through charming villages of Jorsale and Monjo to reach Namche Bazaar which is the commercial hub of the Khumbu region. We resume our trek overlooking the mountain vistas.
We further pass through Tengboche and Dingboche observing the serene view of the snow capped mountains and the green terraced hills. The Kala Patthar is a high vantage point and offers a grand vista of the mountain range after we trek back to Namche and then to Lukla to take a flight back to Kathmandu.
Do you want to trek in the foothills of the highest mountain in the world? Don't worry; we have an excellent package at an affordable cost just for you. Please look at the itineraries below and books your holidays now.
Best time for Everest base camp Luxury trek
The months of March, April, and May fall under the spring season. The temperature begins to warm, the hills turn green, and the flowers are starting to bloom. Nature awakens after a long hard winter. These months are the best time to trek the Everest base camp. The blue sky and the weather and climate are just perfect for sightseeing the scenic beauty of the Himalayas.
The autumn months of September, October and November are also considered the best time for trekking. Many tourists arrive in Nepal to trek in these months as it is the peak trekking season. The monsoon clouds will have disappeared by then. The weather is warmer during the day and the nights are colder. There is no snowfall, and no rain in the summer heat, you can enjoy the stunning landscape in all its glory.
The Difficulty level of Everest base camp luxury trek
The 130 km round trip is an exciting as well as challenging route in the world. We trek for 6-8 hours everyday for 12 days and at high altitude. The trail moves along in a path that has a lot of ups and downs. The oxygen levels decrease as you raise the elevation. The oxygen levels are at 93 per cent at Namche and about 75 per cent in the Everest base camp. Hence the altitude and the altitude-related sickness makes the trek quite tricky.
The primary key to trek in the Everest base camp is to go slow. You will need to trek slow, take regular breaks and hydrate yourself. You will also acclimatize at Namche and Dingboche to adjust your body to the altitude. A basic level of fitness and training is also recommended.