For those who wish adventure in life with nature at its best display, Everest Base Camp Trekking is the best choice. Boundless Adventure offers affordable Everest Base Camp trekking packages with nature's perfect amalgam of temperate and alpine tundra forest, rocky trails, fresh waterfalls and newly borne rivers all in the setting of humongous mountains in the midst of which lay the ethnic village of “Sherpa”, the pioneer mountain climbers. similarly, are you thinking to trek in 2019 and 2020?
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And here, Boundless Adventure is there to help you experience the wonderful Great Everest Himalayas. The Everest Base Camp Trek is the most adventurous as well as one of the most famous trekking journeys in Nepal and Himalayas. You not only get to see the beautiful Himalayas but the Everest Base Camp trekking is ethnically thrilling and that’s why it’s once in a lifetime experience for trekkers. See the famous Namche Bazaar, Kalapathar viewpoint, experience the exotic glacier of Khumbu, go through breath-taking mountain valleys and much more thrills that the mighty Himalayas offers. The very feeling of trekking to a peak where not many manage to go is itself a thrilling. The first successful attempt for Everest Base Camp trekking and Mount Everest was made by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953 and there also the dedication of a New Zealand national and experience of a Nepal Sherpa made it successful. So, don't waste time, life is much more beautiful and experience like this help you get better in your day to day challenges.
Well, Everest Base Camp Trek is challenging taking into consideration, the mighty Himalayan terrain. But when hundreds of people of all demographics can go there, then definitely you can also go there. Moreover, you will be acclimatizing in the way and you don’t necessarily need to have prior trekking experience as the experienced Everest base camp trekking guides will be with you. Most of our clients have their first experience on high reaches like the Himalayas.
The landscape of Khumbu consists of hills and leveled at certain places. Still, the trekking is rarely steep and easy once you start getting acclimatized.
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The highlights of the trek include a short flight from Kathmandu to the Tenjaing and Hilary airport (Lukla) situated around 2800m from the sea level, scenic view of the Dudh Koshi River and hiking trail garnished with Mani stones engraved with Buddhist prayers.
The peak season for Everest Base Camp trekking beginning from March to the end of May and beginning of September to the end of November. Whether it is for spending a great holiday in a unique primitive cultural setting or someone seeking for serious adventure, Everest Base Camp trekking is a lifetime experience that one should not miss!! With the experienced team for Everest Base Camp trekking, we here at Boundless Adventure are always at your disposal to help you and design itineraries based on your ego, guide services, arranging permits all at affordable cost and price. Hope you will give us an opportunity to make your holidays in Everest Himalayan region more adventurous. Let us know about your ego regarding Everest Base Camp trekking, If you would like to know Information, Trekking map and trekking video follow us.
Day to Day Itinerary of Everest Base Camp Trekking in spring/autumn 2019 and 2020
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You walk 4 to 8 hours a day for 12 days, with a resting day or two for acclimatization. If you are reasonably fit you should be able to do this carrying your own backpack. Having porters make it even easier.
Depending on your walking/hiking speed, normally between four to six hours every day, including lunch and short break along the way.
The trail leading you through the forest up to 4200 meters, easy to breathe. From over 4200 Miters will not any forest. According to itinerary from Day 2, 4 and 6 are bit climbing (challenging) but rest of days are gradually / genteelly up and slide down. Sometime, there will be snow from day 4. (Tyangbouche)
Yes, Mineral water and boiled water available every teahouse/ guest house along the trekking trail. You can take chlorine, filter, and iodine with you. Our guide will help you to get water for the filer.
Breakfast and Dinner at the same hotel where you staying at night, But Lunch will be on the way. There will be continental meals, Local food made from potatoes, Pasta and Noodles are available.
Boundless Adventure covers on full board packages every day from Kathmandu to Everest base camp and back to Kathmandu. (Accommodations, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast with tea)
You can have a small amount of money for your bottle of water, Denotation, Tips and if you would like to buy some souvenirs and cola, US$ 20/- per day/ per person is logical.
ATM's are available at Lukla and Namche only. But the rest of the area are unable to get ATM because; rest of the area has not any bank.
Master and Visa cards= Master and visa cards are acceptable at Lukla, Namche, Tyangbuche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Goreshkep. But some of the areas have poor exchange rates and huge tax. People can use them for an emergency case only.
Yes, You need two different Trekking permits for Everest Base Camp Trekking. But your trekking agency can provide you flight tickets and Trekking permits.
No one in our group got altitude sickness over the entire 12-day hike.
Although there are no “rules” for preventing it, as it happens somewhat at random, we have the following advice that we think worked for us:
1) Cut all vices whose withdrawal or overuse causes headache and/or dehydration. Smoking and Caffeine are big ones. We cut out all caffeine about 5 days before our trek to not have any crashing or withdrawal headaches that may be confused for AMS.
2) Drink at least 4 liters of water a day. We tried to stick to a rule of 2 liters before lunch which worked wonderfully. The one day Angie only drank 2 1/2 liters going up, she got a headache that went away as soon as she drank more (so likely not AMS).
3) Go slow. We called ourselves Team Turtle because of how slow we went, and it helped us get used to the altitude substantially. There is no point blasting up the trail because once you get to the lodge you're not doing anything the rest of the day most of the time. Pace yourself, be sure to get in before the sun goes behind the mountain, and enjoy the scenery.
The second your heart rate rises from too much exertion, stop and recover.
4) Don't skip the acclimatization days. We met several people who skipped a day and had to come down from AMS. On the flip side, we met several who skipped and also had a successful climb. It is really hard to say who will get AMS, but if you are unsure about how you react at altitude then take two “rest” days going up (One in Namche and one in either Dingboche or Periche).
In each try and do a day hike that takes you to a higher elevation than where you will sleep the next day to try and get used to the heights better.
5) Diamox. There are some who believe Diamox only masks the symptoms of altitude sickness, while others who argue that it helps. We are in the latter and believe that you should take it at the first hint of an altitude headache. For Angie that was in Tengboche because of not drinking enough water, and I was on the way to Dingboche because we pushed ourselves rather hard.
Do I think I could have done without the medicine? Probably, but since Diamox can take time to kick in it is better to take it at the first signs before you absolutely need it when in real pain. Also note that you MUST continue Diamox until you return back to the place you started it, if not one village lower on the way down, to avoid a severe impact of altitude sickness that can be potentially fatal. So if you start in Tengboche on the way up, take it until you return back there on the way down, if not until Namche, and follow the same logic no matter where you start.
I can't promise you that this will make sure you do not get AMS, but I can say it certainly doesn't hurt.
Gastrointestinal issues and a cold are common for just about everyone we met on our particular trekking dates (although others may not see it at all).
First off, you should purify all your drinking water with chlorine tablets to ensure that the biological components in the water cannot reproduce in your system.
SteriPen's are also a popular alternative and should work just fine for clean mountain water, but I am still not personally sold on them over the chemical alternative.
Unfortunately, when you drink tea at the lodges you are likely not having chlorinated water, and there is no guarantee that the water was actually boiling for a sufficient period of time to kill the bacteria off (in my opinion, probably not).
Everyone we met had some sort of gastrointestinal issue during the trek, either gas up, gas down, and other common ailments that go with it. I thoroughly believe it is due to the tea, but I have no proof of this. Take some Immodium, Tums, or Malox (and ample toilet paper) and you should be fine.
Second, everyone gets cold. The mark of a trekker after you return to Kathmandu is often a scab under your nose from the constant blowing you do on the trail and for the week+ after you return. It is dusty, windy, and cold most of the year, so be sure to take a lot of tissues.
Yes! We had never trekked before tackling Everest Base Camp and hadn't even spent much time at altitude before (our previous high was around 13,000 feet in Switzerland for just a few hours, a solid mile below base camp).
No matter who you are and what your background is, a bit of training or conditioning may be necessary, but even that is not 100% essential for most.
When we left Japan, we did not think we are going to the trekking in Nepal. However, when we arrive in Nepal, our contact person Mr: Dambar gives us an idea and we were follow his idea. We had been Everest base camp trekking for 12 days. Dambar was recoupment by our one of best friend from Japan. They had been trekking already with him.
The Everest trekking was unforgettable trip. The view of Himalaya and Service of Boundless Adventure was very good. However, the trekking trail is very hard for us, finally we made to base camp.
When I was tired on the way, Santa starting cheer up me by funny Japanese jokes. We were very enjoying on our short holiday in Everest trekking. There are many beautiful Mountains and many flowers on the trekking trails.
I meet many beautiful Nepalese living in Mountain. I think Our Japan lost so many things exchange development But they still have good economy for job. Thank you Santa and Boundless Adventure family for gave me so many kind and good experience of Nepal Himalaya. You know what; it won't be my first and last time in Nepal. See you again.
Thank you very much See you next time Dambar.
Yu Yoshimari and Mikko
"I travelled to Nepal in October 2010 and my friend and I hired Dambar to provide a guide and porter for us on the Everest base camp trek. We were in communication before we arrived in Nepal and everything was arranged for us at a reasonable price. Our package included flights, accommodation, food, guide and porter as well as passes and some equipment like trekking poles, sleeping bags and down jackets. The whole experience was amazing; we were able to go at our own pace and were confident at all times with our guide and porter. The guide gave us lots of information and made the trip excellent