everest base camp
Visit the famous Everest Base Camp
Everest is without a doubt the most famous mountain in the world and getting the opportunity to even see it is a magical experience. On this trip you'll get to trek to over 5,000m above sea level to visit the place where climbers launch their ascents up this great peak. On this trip to Nepal you'll get to experience the amazing capital, trek amongst some of the most amazing scenery you could imagine and make a whole host of memories you'll never forget.
Dates: Sat 23rd October to Tuesday 9th November 2021
Trip Duration: 18 Days (UK to UK) - 13 Trekking Days
Difficulty: Moderate / Hard
Price: £1,995 per person
Bespoke Date Option: Organised upon request.
Internal Transfers - inc flight to Lukla Airport
All food, except Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
Trekking Staff, including a Nepali Guide
Experienced LMG Trek Manager
2 Days Summer Trek Training in the Lake District
Team t-shirt & Duffel Bag
Days 1 & 2 are spent leaving the UK and arriving in Kathmandu. Upon our arrival we are transported to our hotel accommodation.
Day 3 is spent finalising documents and our kit before enjoying a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu.
Day 4 will see us take an internal flight to the famous mountain airport of Lukla. We will then trek for a few hours to the village of Phakding (2,650m).
On Day 5 we gain much more height and head to the Sherpa capital of the Khumbu region, Namche Bazaar (3,440m). Day 6 is also spent at Namche acclimatising. Acclimatisation days usually include a trek of 3-4 hours too.
Day 7 and 8 are 5-6 hour trek days as we head for Dingboche (4,360m). We spend Day 9 acclimatising once more and will take a trek up to 5000m.
Day 10 sees us trek to the village of Lobuche (4910m)
On Day 11 we will head to the infamous viewpoint of Kala Pattar after trekking to Gorak Shep. This viewpoint will give us a great view of Everest and the Khumbu Glacier. (5,170m)
Day 12 we will reach the infamous Everest Base Camp and return down the trail to Pheriche Day 13 we have a long day back down to Namche Bazaar
and on Day 14 we make it back to Lukla for a celebratory meal with our trekking team.
All being well we will fly out of Lukla on Day 15 and then drive back to Kathmandu from Ramechaap. The afternoon can be spent in Kathmandu. We will enjoy a celebratory meal on this evening. Day 16 offers another chance to explore Kathmandu and we will go on a half day sight seeing tour also. time. We will aim to leave Nepal on Day 17 unless you are extending your trip and by day 18 you'll be home.
Want to save £1000 off this trip and trek for a charity?
Of course you can select any charity you choose, however we have teamed up with a few local charities and are able to offer you the amazing opportunity to save money off this trip. How does it work?
Pick which charity you'd like to support - click their logo to find out more about them.
Pay a £300 deposit to us.
Pledge to raise a minimum of £2,500 for the charity. This must be raised or paid to your chosen charity by the end of August 2021.
Pay us the remaining £695 by the end of August 2021.
If you're keen to take advantage of this option please email us at email@example.com.
If you work for a charity you work for a charity or would love to support a charity close to your heart please get in touch and we can explore adding additional charities to the list.
Frequently Asked Questions
What about Altitude Sickness?
Having concerns about AMS is very natural and it is unfortunately unpredictable. Even the experienced could struggle to get over 5,000m if they get ill. We have however designed our itinerary to help us best acclimatise. This combined with walking slowly, drinking lots and eating well all give you the best possible chance.
How fit do I really need to be and what skills do I require?
The fitter you are the more you will enjoy it, and the more chance you'll have of getting to the top. Being able to complete 2-3 days of big hill walks in the UK is a good gauge that you're ready. You can join us for a 2 day International Trekking Training weekend (Guiding Only) to help build this fitness.
What Technical Kit do I require?
There is no technical kit required for this trip. All you need is a good sleeping bag but this can also be hired in Nepal.
What about the Food and Accommodation?
The food in Nepal is fab. Expect a lot of rice, noodles and vegetables, but you can often get pasta, chips and spring rolls too. If you have specific allergies or dietary requirements it may be worth researching what's on offer before committing. Eating well throughout is key to success on such an expedition. Our accommodation whilst on the trek will be teahouses.
Why should I trek with LMG Treks & Expeditions?
Join our trek if you want a personal experience right from the start. We will help you get ready for this trip here in the UK, both physically and mentally. We'll do what we can to get you prepared and you'll then have our friendly faces to guide you through the experience once in Nepal. We work closely with an agent in Nepal to ensure we have the best possible service throughout. You won't be disappointed.
Are there any hidden costs?
At the top of this page you will see what is included in the trek. The main exclusions are:
International Flights - Between £750-£850. As long as you are in Nepal by the 24th October you can travel there however you like.
Personal Trekking Insurance - To cover trekking to over 5,000m. Likely cost of £150.
Trips for the trekking team - Roughly £40
2x Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu - £15 a day.
Nepal Entry Visa £50
Personal trekking kit (Boots,rucksacks etc)
This trip needs a minimum number of participants to run (10). There are a maximum of 14 places available.
Please Contact Us for more information on this trip or to secure your place with a £300 non-refundable deposit. Our trip terms and conditions can be viewed upon request. Private / Bespoke trips also available.