Everest region in Nepal is fused with the world's highest peak Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Kangtega, Ama Dablam, Kwangde, and many more; Sagarmatha National Park with varied flora and fauna, century-old monasteries, Sherpa town called Namche Bazaar and several colorful folk's settlements and their rare cultures and traditions, and many more. Trekkers will get a golden opportunity to make an iconic journey to Everest Base Camp by following high altitudes, rocky tracks, and some pretty steep inclines and following the beautiful Khumbu region and Sagarmatha National Park with the breathtaking enclosed view of the Himalayas. As you trek ahead, you will also get chances to explore the Tyangboche, where you will be exposed to the panoramic beauty of the Himalayas and the oldest and the highest monastery.
What to explore in 7 Days Everest Tour?
Exploring the Everest region
Not only the Everest region is famous for the breathtaking world's highest peak, but also renowned for the Sagarmatha National Park with rare and endangered flora and fauna. Kala Patthar, the famous viewpoint for the clear view of Mount Everest and stunning its vicinity, is amazing. Standing at the height of 5545 meters and admiring the glory of the magnificent mountains, which tower above the other glistering peaks, is worth visiting. Besides the region's natural beauty, trekkers will get chances to encounter the famous Sherpa village and get involved with their folk cultures and traditions. Get the exceptional experience of trekking in the region's rugged trail on the Himalayas flanks by following the verdant forests and thick green woodlands and finally reaching the Everest Base Camp. Explore the vibrant villages of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and many more on the way along with the Gompas laden with colorful prayer flags, and circle Mani stone walls carved with prayers and small chores are awe-inspiring.
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Short Itinerary of 7 Days Base Camp Trek
Day 01: Take a domestic flight to Lukla and continue to trek to Phakding (2652m/8698ft)
Day 02: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m/11283ft)
Day 03: Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3870m/12697ft)
Day 04: Tengboche to Dingboche (4350m/14272ft)
Day 05: Dingboche to Lobuche (4940m/16207ft.)
Day 06: Lobuche to Everest Base Camp (5364m/17598ft.)
Day 07: Domestic flight in the morning from Lukla to Kathmandu and final departure
The cost of the Seven-Day Base Camp Trek
Although the Base Camp trek is regarded as a challenging trek with high altitude, rocky tracks, and some steep inclines, the cost of it depends on the itinerary packages you choose to trek in. The cost of the seven days Base Camp trek in Nepal ranges from USD 1000 to $3000 per person, including Permits, TIMS Card, Guide, Porter, Meals, Drinks, Accommodation, and many more. It also includes trekking equipment, visa fee, and travel insurance. If you desire personal stuff for that, you have to pay yourself.
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When to go for 7 Days Trek?
Everest base camp
Although all around the year is the perfect time to make a vacation trip to Base Camp and explore the fantastic surrounding, especially most trekkers prefer to trek in the Spring, Autumn season. In these seasons, the weather and temperature are trekkable, where trekkers can get amazing clear views of the Himalayas and trek for almost 6 to 7 hours a day in moderate temperatures. The environment will bloom with mixed flowers and green leaves on the way, adding extra effort to the trekkers' journey to their desired destination. Trekking in the monsoon season is not so good because unpredicted rain may cause trekking difficulty, and the way will be filled with heavy snow.
Trek difficulties of Everest Base Camp
Compared to other trekking trails in Nepal, the Base Camp trek is a challenging destination due to its higher altitude. This legendary trek of Everest Base Camp begins from the Lukla at an altitude of the 2880meters, and the trekking route gradually goes with several ups and downs and reaches the Kalapather, which is situated at an elevation of the 5364meters. Kalapather is also known for the panoramic views of the great Himalayas. After Exploration, the further trek ahead will gradually up and reach the Everest Base Camp at the summit of 5364 meters. Some trekkers may feel altitude sickness during their Everest Base Camp tour, so they should be physically fit before going to EBC. Although the Base Camp trek is quite tricky for novice trekkers, they can easily accomplish this after training about trekking before they begin their journey to Everest Base Camp.
The lists of essential equipment for Everest Base Camp
Main bag for trekking gear
Trekkers need some essential equipment to submit to the world's highest peak, called Everest Base camp in Nepal. The most elevated altitude trekking trail of the Everest region in Nepal has drastically changeable temperature, weather, and atmosphere conditions, so every trekker should be pretty conscious of the trekking equipment before going there. It would be best to have clothing and accessories such as Insulating Jacket, Waterproof and Windproof Jacket, Hiking shirts, Hiking tops, Lightweight hiking trousers or pants, Hiking shorts, Rain gear, and Breathable underwear. Besides, you also need footwear that includes Hiking socks, Hiking boots with spare laces, Hiking sandals, and Gaiters. Suppose you prefer to take some essential Hygiene products yourself. In that case, you can take as per your preference such as Soap, Hand wash, Sanitizer, Toothbrush and toothpaste, Shampoo, Quick-drying towel, Deodorant, Nail cutter, Sunscreen, Face and body moisturizer, Lip balm, Female hygiene products, Portable mirror, wet wipes, Tissue /toilet roll, Foot powder, and many more. Everest Base Camp trip also needs some essential equipment such as Trekking Poles, a Trekking trail map, a Sleeping bag, Personal first-aid kit. (simple and light), Essential medicines such as anti-diarrhea pills, anti-headache pills, cough and cold therapy, Anti-altitude sickness pills and stomach antibiotics, Water purification tablet or liquid, Sewing-repair kit, Matchbox or lighter, Digital cameras with extra batteries and memory cards, Water bottles, Plastic bags, Book for reading, Travel game for leisure activities, Binoculars, Plug adapter, Lightweight pillowcase, and many more. Furthermore, there are also some personal documents and items to carry on. They are passports and photocopies, two extra passport-size photos, Airline tickets, Visa forms, Trekking Permits, and Adequate cash.
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According to the trekkers, all the trek equipment may differ even though the packing item will help you accomplish this trek easily. If you are confused about this seven days Everest trek, Frolic Adventure will always help you. So, feel free to contact us for a beautiful trekking experience in Nepal. Book now...