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Everest Basecamp Trek


It is known as the ultimate trekker’s adventure; the journey to the highest crown of all. The Everest Base Camp trek is the mission to reach the footsteps of our planet’s highest point and in many ways, it proves to be one of Mother Nature’s most adrenaline-filled and endurance-testing, yet gratifying quests.

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Everest Base Camp Trek: A journey to the world’s highest peak.

Everest base camp trek is the mission to reach the footsteps of our planet’s highest point and whose dreams soar higher than even the clouds. It proves to be one of Mother Nature’s most adrenaline-filled and endurance-testing, yet gratifying quests. It is known as the ultimate trekker’s adventure.

Everest base camp trek the journey to the highest crown of all has become an achievable goal for people from all walks of life who want a glimpse of the world’s highest peak.

Since the 1920s, some of the world’s most daring explorers such as George Mallory and Tenzing Norgay have embarked on the Everest mission, paving the way for people from all walks of life to attempt this journey as fit to their abilities

The Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal and for good reason. A breath-taking flight to Lukla airport, spectacular mountain scenery having world’s biggest glacier, thrilling trekking passes with hundreds of year old monasteries are some of the main attractions of the Everest Base Camp trek.

Lukla airport (Tenzing-Hillary Airport) which has been previously dubbed as the world’s most dangerous airport.

From here, the trek to the Everest Base Camp starts through the Sagarmatha National Park, passing through the hillside town of Namche Bazaar , Tengboche , Dingboche , Lobuche and Gorakshep .

Due to the restricted access, extreme height and its associated weather condition, the most suitable seasons for this trek are Autumn (September to December) and Spring (March to May) when the summer monsoon rains and the extreme cold of the winter are not an issue.

However, for travelers who are happy to compromise pleasant weather conditions in order to trek in off-season conditions when the trails are less busy, winter (December to February) and summer (June to August) options are available.



  • Accomplish a true bucket list item: trek to base camp at Mount Everest
    • See stunning Himalaya views, including Khumbu Ice Fall, Makalu, and more
    • Follow local guides with huge experience on a fully-supported trek
    • Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites and learn Buddhist and Hindu traditions


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April- November






15 days

Tour Reviews

4.80 based on 5 reviews
March 6, 2017

I can’t wait for my next Nepal adventure! What’s not to love? Breathtaking scenery, magnificent temples and some of the best trekking around…just watch out for the Nepalese tea, it’s definitely an acquired taste!

March 6, 2017

I have spent many years travelling and have been to every continent. Nepal however is my favourite country. The thing that stands out for me is the raw beauty of the Himalayas and the fantastic experience of trekking there. Our trek to Everest Base Camp was professionally handled by Snowyoda and we witnessed amazing views throughout our trek.

March 6, 2017

You will get fit, lose weight, breath the freshest air in the world, eat simple but great food, have great old fashioned conversations in the guest houses, go to bed and get up early, and sleep like a log. Best of all you will also meet other trekkers who, like you are infected with Himalayan effervescence.

March 6, 2017

The daily life of trekking, far away from roads, computers and mobile phone signals, through stunning and ever changing scenery, in and out of picturesque villages, for me is incredibly exhilarating. It is also a humbling country to travel through. As you pass through each village, despite having very little, people seem to be content and happy. This is especially true of the children who put most western kids to shame.

June 12, 2017

We were a group of 5 from Mumbai and went for the trek from 27th March 2017 to 10th April 2017. It was a wonderful experience with Snow Yoda and I would definitely recommend the same to friends and relatives

Why SnowYoda?

The weather at Lukla is very unpredictable and the flights get cancelled very often. All the flights are almost fully booked which makes rescheduling very difficult. Incase you are unable to get a flight soon, your whole trip can get affected. In such a situation, you need very good contacts with the airlines to put you in the next available flight. Snow Yoda is the best at it! Merely half an hour after our flight was cancelled, Snow Yoda had booked us on the next available flight. Even while returning, they were apt in rescheduling and getting seats to all our trek mates.

The staff of Snow Yoda was very helpful and co-operative. On reaching Kathmandu, we realised we were running short of cash. Sumit from Snow Yoda was kind enough to arrange enough Nepalese currency within an hours notice, which ensured smooth travel for us.

The guide and porters selected by Snow Yoda were very co-operative and helped us whenever we needed them. Even the lodges on the way to EBC were decent, clean and offered good quality food

What they could have done better
The guide accompanying us had no first aid kit / any medicine with him. Snow Yoda has promised to take care of it in their future treks.

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