Jiri – Everest Base Camp Trek

Trip Overview

Jiri – Everest Base Camp Trek is a less basic approach to achieve the base camp of the world's tallest mountain. The 19-day trek involves strolling on trails that not very many trekkers have investigated. Also known as the Jiri to Everest base camp trek, this is the main climb to Everest that includes a lengthy drive. Our trek starts in Kathmandu with visits to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We drive from Kathmandu to Salleri the following day and start trekking from that point. The lengthy drive from Kathmandu to Salleri is an agreeable one, exhibiting the various and wonderful Nepalese scene. Our trek on the exemplary trail closes on the eighth day and we join the primary trails.

Lavish rhododendron woodlands, Buddhist cloisters, Sherpa settlements, beautiful petition banners, profound chasms, quick streaming waterways, waterfalls and the one of a kind suspension spans are all piece of our fortifying voyage paving the way to the Everest base camp. On our trek, we likewise move up Kalapathhar, which is maybe the best place for perspectives of the Everest scene. Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is a help for any of us who wish to maintain a strategic distance from the swarmed trails yet at the same time need to encounter the rich Sherpa culture, Nepalese mountain scene and obviously achieve the base camp of the most elevated mountain on earth.


The Everest Base Camp trek through Jiri trail starts at a height of 1800 m and crosses various edges: dropping low to waterways at around 1500 m and climbing ignores 3000 m. Rest and acclimatization days are taken at Junbesi (2680 m, visit the Thubten Chholing Monastery) and at Namche Bazaar (3440 m, the business center point of the Khumbu district). Past Namche, the 'all over' trail keeps on rising while evening temperatures drops and you move further into the mountains. Past Tengboche (with its substantial cloister, rhododendrons and incredible view) the towns move toward becoming smaller– and the going harder yet more sensational.

Vegetation now turns out to be more hindered and in the end offers approach to shake, ice and unadulterated stunning frosty scenes. A last acclimatization day is taken at Dingboche. At that point ease back strolls up to Lobuche, Gorak Shep and along the "tracks" to Base Camp. Following a moment night at Gorak Shep, an early morning trek up Kala Patthar should offer terrific perspectives that incorporate the peaks of Pumori, Everest and the South Col, Nuptse and Lhotse, set among various different reaches.

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Day 02: Kathmandu valley touring and trek arrangement (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Day 03: Kathmandu – Shivalaya (1,767m/5,510ft): 8-10 hrs transport drive.

Day 04: Shivalaya – Bhandar(2,200m/7,200ft): 5-6 hrs

Day 05: Bhandar– Sete(2,520m/8,220ft): 5-6 hrs

Day 06: Sete– Junbesi(2,680m/8,850ft): 6-7 hrs

Day 07: Explore Junbesi encompassing incorporate Thubten Choling Monastery

Day 08: Junbesi – Nunthala (2,250m/7,500ft): 5-6 hrs trek.

Day 09: Nunthala– Bupsa (2,360m/7,750ft): 5-6 hrs trek.

Day 10: Bupsa– Ghat (2,590m/8,550ft): 5-6 hrs trek

Day 11: Ghat-Namche Bazaar (3,440 m/11,280 ft): 5-6 hrs trek.

Day 12: Acclimatization Day - Namche Bazaar(3,440m/11,284ft)

Day 13: Namche Bazzar-Tengboche (3,870m/12,694ft): 5-6 hrs

Day 14: Tengboche-Dingboche (4,360 m/14,300 ft): 5-6 hrs

Day 15: Acclimatization day in Dingboche

Day 16: Dingboche– Lobuche (4,940/16,207ft): 7km, 5-6 hrs

Day 17: Lobuche-Gorak Shep (5,160 m/17,000ft)- Everest Base Camp (5,364 m/17,594 ft): Gorak
Shep:8-10 hrs

Day 18: Gorak Shep-Kala Patthar (5,545m/18,192ft)- Pheriche (4280m/14,070ft): 8-10 hrs

Day 19: Pheriche– Phortse (3,750m/12,300ft): 4-5 hrs

Day 20: Phortse– Monjo ((2,800m/9,200ft): 5-6 hrs

Day 21: Monjo– Lukla (2,780m/9,175ft): 5-6 hrs walk

Day 22: Lukla– Kathmandu via Air (1,300m/4,264ft): 35 minutes airstrip.

Day 23: Final flight

Over years’ experience of organizing adventure travel trips to clients from all over the globe. Since our establishment, we’ve been making Your Himalayan dreams a reality. Our love for the mountain, its culture trekking in Nepal, tours in Nepal, Peak climbing, rafting, Cycling Jungle safari and the desire to share it with the world led to the establishment of our company.

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We employee some of the best guides in the industry with a wealth of outdoor and hiking experience. With our guides you do not just visit a place, you experience it, and they have the best knowledge of the trails, the local culture and most importantly enjoy sharing the experience with you. Follow our guides away from the beaten paths and you’ll discover a world not found on any guidebook. All our guides, porters and crew members are professionally trained, insured, paid above industry wage standards.

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It was a commitment formed when the company was established and today, in the face of a multitude of threats to the environment, our commitment remains stronger than ever. Our objectives have always remained to develop unique, authentic and reliable tourism packages and activities, then link them to community livelihoods and the conservation of culture and nature.

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This not only provides with a sustainable source nbsp;of income but also serves as an incentive to conserve this unique ecological and cultural heritage.

Our consistent focus is to lessen our impact and reduce, reuse, and recycle--to leave the areas we visit in better condition than when we found them we know that our adventures will only be possible if we preserve the places we love. 

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So whether you dream of scaling one of the mountain peaks, or hiking along some of the best trails in the Himalayas, rafting down rapids of snow fed rivers, practicing yoga in some of the best mountain locations or just visiting some of the World Heritage Sites around Nepal, we make it all come true.

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We are the team of specialist and we use local specialist to plan your trip.

MFN, suggest you all to check up your health condition before start trekking because your health is more important than anything else.We also suggest you to keep your luggage as light as possible because we normally provide 1 helper for two trekkers to carry your bags and should have weight limitation of approximately 20-25 kg from two.

Here is a suggested list. Keep in mind, you can always add or subtract items depending on your personal needs. As time goes on and you increase your trips into the wilderness, you may discover you’re carrying too much or not enough.

Top tips for safe trekking in Nepal

It is safer to trek in a group and with an experienced guide and reputable agency.

Get fit. Choose a trek that suits your ability.

Build in time for acclimatization. Stay hydrated and looks out for symptoms of altitude sickness.

Take note of weather conditions and forecasts, and come prepared. See mountainforcast.com

Never leave any litter behind.

What to pack?

Layers of clothing, numerous pairs of socks, good-quality trekking boots.

Hand warmers, under-gloves and mittens.

Trekking poles.

Gaithers (against leeches and/or deep snow).

40-litre daypack (with rain cover).

Sleeping mat.

Head torch and spare batteries.

Sunglasses with UV protection, sun cream and hat.

Lip salve and blister care.                           

Wet wipes and tissues.

Pocket knife/multi-bladed tool.

Watch with altimeter/GPS.

Emergency blanket.

Snacks (nuts, energy bars).

Freezer bags.                   

Binoculars.

Be sure to inspect your kit before every trip and make sure the gear is clean and supplies are in good condition. Replace expired medications as needed and add items that would have been helpful on your previous trip. Be sure the kit is easily accessible and not buried deep in your bag. Also be sure to tell others you are traveling with where your first aid kit is. Please read the Everest base camp trek itinerary provided by mount face nepal team.

   

MFN wishes you all the best!!!

  • Pickup and drop at Airport
  • hotel stay in Kathmandu as per itinerary
  • Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during trekking period
  • Air fair for Lukla-Kathmandu 
  • Best available accommodations during the trek
  • A government license holder guide
  • Porter to carry your baggage
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipments, transportation and local tax for guides and porters
  • Ground Transportation Charge as per itinerary
  • TIMS card(Trekker’s information Management System)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Entry Fees wherever required
  • Trekking Permits needed for Restricted Area Trekking
  • All government taxes and service charges
  • Farewell dinner prior to departure
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee
  • International Airfare and Airport Departure Tax
  • Tips for trekking staffs
  • Drinks (hot/soft/cold) and liquors
  • Personal shopping and laundry, Personal trekking equipments, Gifts and souvenirs
  •  All items not listed in Cost included section

Notes: Costs are prone to change in itinerary. So costs will be recalculated if the trekking days get modified.

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