Everest base camp trek


Everest base camp treks is one of the most famous trekking in the world. World’s highest mountains, natural beauty rich culture of inhabitant people, beautiful villages, monasteries, yaks and donkeys are major attraction of this trekking. World famous climber sherpas are the most charming and hospitable people.


Small aircraft at the lukla airport.

Day 1:- Our trekking to everest begin with the breathtaking 30 minute flight to lukla. we fly in the tiny aircraft. Lukla is a small village with the average of 1,000 resident. After having breakfast at the local teahouse we start to trekking descending down to the village of Thadokosi. We pass through the small forest of Rhododendron and pine, villages and the terraces. It will be the beautiful walking through the mix of nature and the people. From Thadokosi we start to head up and gental flat till the Phakding. Today is an easy and short day.


Day 2:- Day to of our trekking begin with the crossing the Dudh kosi river over the suspension bridge. We follow the gentle path by the side of the river.


(Children from Phakding)


We cross several suspension bridge until we get to the Jor Salle.

Day 3:- Phakding to Namche

Todays total trekking is about 9 km which can take us 6 hour to compelete.

We begin our trekking with the breakfast at the teahouse. we cross the suspension bridge over the dudh Kosi river and start to trek gentle way. we pass through the house and people.


(Village of upper Phakdinge, we can see this view after some walking from phakding)


We have small up and downhill before and after Banker. We can see the beautiful waterfall after banker. This waterfall can looks good only in Summer.)


(Waterfall near the Banker)

We cross another waterfall over same river and we can arrive at the Manjo Village. Monjo is quit big and beautiful town. We pass through the administrative center at the end of Monjo village. We cross the suspension to the western side and rich the village of Jorsalle. This is the last settlement before the Namche. It is suggested to stop here for some food and water.


(Jorsalle village from the suspension Bridge)

We cross the suspension Bridge again from Jorsalle and trek half an hour in the bank of the river. Our hardest part of the day can take us 2 hour to attempt)

Day 3:- Acclimatization day in Namche

Namche bazzar is the biggest town in the Khumbu region. It offer different variety of accomodation to food, Internet cafes, bars and trekking shops. This will be our last chance to chick if any trekking eqipment is needed.


(Group of tourist resting on the trail.)

The best thing for this acclimatization day is go high up to certain point and come back to the lower altitude for sleep. Today we can visit the local museum and climb up to the Everest view hotel to see view of Mt. Everest.


(Image of Namche Bazzar)


(Villagers wishing cloths in the small stream of Namche)

prayer flags

(Prayer flags above the Namche Bazzar)

The day when this photos was taken the places was covered with the heavy mist and cloud.

Day 4:- Namche to Tengbuche


(Taking photo with the Thamserku at the Back ground)


(Potter carrying heavy loads over 8o kg on the back and climbing uphill)


(Woman digging potatoes)


(Monastery of Tengbuche)

Day 5:- Tengbuche to Dingbuche


(budhist stupa after dibuche village)


(View of Amadalam with dudh kosi river)



Day 6:-Acclimatization day in Dingbuche


group of people

stupa 2

Day 9: Dingbuche to Labuche






Day 10: Labuche (4,930m/16,175ft) TO Gorakshep(5,140m/16,864ft) and EBC(5,364m/17,598ft))


Base camp


Day 11- Gorakshep to Kalapatter(5545 m) and back to Pheruche (4,243m/13,920ft)


kalapatter 2



Day 12 –Pheruche to Tengbuche (3,870m/12,697ft)

yak 2



horse man


Day 13 – Tengbuche to Monjo (2,840m/9,318ft)



porter 2

two bridge

Day 14 – Monjo to lukla(2,800m/9,186ft)

porter 3

porter 3


Day 15: Fly back to Kathmandu


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s