From Lukla to Lukla ( EBC)
8 Days Package

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Fly to Lukla (2840m)

Day 1

Our representative wil receive you at the exit gate of the Lukla airport and Trekking to Phakding (2610m). Once you walk for 3/4 hours, you will stay overnight at lodge.

Trekking to Namche bazar (3440m)

Day 2

Past Manju, Jorsalle, Hilary bridge, Top danda is the first Everest view point, to Namche Bazar.Once you take a brief 5/6 hour walk you will stay overnight at lodge

Trekking to Pangboche (3985m)

Day 3

Once you check in your hotel room , brace your body with some quality warm water. Then we will hike around Pangboche . Sleep tight at night. Overnight stay at a lodge.

Trekking to Thukla(4620m)

Day 4

Just like how we did in the past days we can have a brief stroll around Thukla and back to hotel. Once we have walked for 5 to 6 hours, we will stay overnight at lodge.

Hike to base camp of Everest (5400m)

Day 5

We will via Khumbu glacier to Everest base camp. In the afternoon , we will watch the beautiful Mt. Everest, and back to Gokherakshep. Once we have walked for almost four to five hours , we will stay overnight at lodge.

Early morning Trek to Kala-pathar (5450m)

Day 6

Kala-pathar is the most popular tourist destination in the area . You will be surprised to learn that you get to see more than 40 snow capped peak from Kalapathar. You can pick best views of Mount Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Pumari, South call, Khumbula peak,etc, and then Trek back to pheruche (4160m) Walking distance5 to 6 hour stay overnight at lodge.

Trek back to Namche Bazar (3440m)

Day 7

Today we will walk back to Namche via khumbu village, Hilary school. We will be up for a 4/5 hour walk.Stay overnight at lodge

Trek back to Lukla (2840m)

Day 8

Walking distance 5/6 hour stay overnight at lodge and next morning fly back to Kathmandu then stay at your own hotel.


Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most iconic treks around the world. An unnerving flight to Lukla will be our start point. Then we move towards the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay and the countless others who have ventured for Everet Everest after them.

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