Are you willing to do Everest base camp trek?
No idea Where to Start?
No worries get some idea from us (Mountain World Treks) how and where to start. An exciting hike to the Everest base camp at 5365 m can be made 11-14 days depending on your fitness level and how long it take to acclimate your body. The best time to do Everest base camp trekking from February to May before heavy monsoon begins and September to November before heavy snow begins. On the way to Everest base camp Trek basic accommodation is available everywhere include hot shower, cold and hot drinks and big menu with lots different food items.
To do Everest base camp trekking you must be mentally and physically prepared even there is no vertical climbing involved. The trekking trial is rough and rocky with lots of upwards and downwards. Most of the trekking days include 4-7 hours of slow walking. Altitude is the biggest problem. Going slowly and not let you body dehydrated is essential to avoid sickness.
Mountain world treks never suggest doing Everest base camp trekking individually. Always better to consult with the government registered trekking company and get licensed guide from them. Guides are different than porters; they do not carry your bag! They just guide you and look after you. Having guide along could prove invaluable – particularly if something goes wrong or you begin to experience symptoms of altitude sickness. For enjoyable hiking we suggest to hire porter too, so you can enjoy more with light weight day pack and someone from the local village of Nepal he will get job as porter and he can look after his family with that money which you pay for him.
Before starting trek you should make sure you have enough gear for the trip, click in this link to know what kind of gear you need. Of course you may buy all the trekking gears here in Kathmandu at very reasonable price too. Sleeping bag, down jacket, trekking poles can rent as well.
For Everest base camp trekking you must have travel insurance. Mountain World treks doesn’t run the trip if clients has not travel insurance. It is your responsibility to ensure that your insurance provides sufficient coverage appropriate for the activities included in the trip.
Mountain World Treks does not suggest drinking tap water, which might not be safe to drink for foreigner. Using water purification tablets or buy bottle water are your best options. Yes, food is delicious and safe in Nepal but always better to consult with your guide what to eat & what not on the trek.
For your life line experience Everest base camp trekking you may contact us for more information and we will organize full package trip to Everest base camp from airport pick to drop off in very reasonable price.