Everest Base Camp holidays and tours, 2014 and 2015

We have 24 Everest Base Camp holidays. Our range of Everest Base Camp holidays will help you find the ultimate Everest trekking & climbing experience! Begin your journey in Kathamndu - the sprawling cultural capital of Nepal - before taking a mountain flight to the Himalayan village of Lukla to begin your 12 day ascent to base camp at 5367m. An experience and trek never to be forgotten, our Everest Base Camp holidays will help you find your way to the foot of the world’s highest mountain.

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Gokyo Everest trek in Nepal
Trek the Gokyo region in Northeast Nepal, from US $1375 (18 days) ex flights
Everest Base Camp luxury trek in Nepal
Luxury lodge trek up to see the highest mountain on Earth, from £2859 (19 days) ex flights
Trek to Everest Base Camp, Nepal
Trek up to see the highest mountain on Earth, from £1099 (19 days) ex flights
Everest base camp trekking tour
Breathtaking mountain panorams of Everest, from £1322 - £1325 (16 days) ex flights
Everest Base Camp and Gokyo lakes trek in Nepal
This high altitude trek explores the heart of Sherpa homeland, from £1962 - £2569 (20 days) inc UK flights
Everest base camp trek
The classic route through the Sherpa heartland to Base Camp, from £1773 - £2539 (17 days) inc UK flights
Trek to Everest base camp
Trek to the base of the world's highest mountain, from £1350 (18 days) ex flights
Everest base camp trek
Trek amid stunning views of the Himalayas, from US $1375 (18 days) ex flights
Everest trekking holiday, Everest Circuit
3 week trek of Gokyo Lake & Everest Base Camp, from £1650 (22 days) ex flights
Everest hiking holiday
Popular introduction to trekking around Everest, from £1250 (15 days) ex flights
Nepal trekking holiday, Annapurna and Everest
Trek Nepal's famous Everest and Annapurna Trails in 2 weeks, from £1490 (15 days) ex flights
Trekking holiday to Everest base camp
Experience the spectacular mountain vistas of Nepal, from £749 - £799 (18 days) ex flights
Everest region trekking holidays in Nepal
Explore the wilderness of the Everest region, from £1999 (13 days) inc UK flights
Everest and Gokyo Lakes trekking holiday
Ascending Kala Pathar and Gokyo Ri for spectacular views, from US $1875 - US $2350 (19 days) ex flights
Private tailor made trek to Everest base camp
Private tailor made treks to Everest base camp: all routes, from £1074 - £1499 (15 days) ex flights
Nepal charity trekking holiday, Everest Base Camp
A trek in the infamous Everest Region for a great cause!, from US $1300 (16 days) ex flights
Everest Base Camp trekking holiday in Nepal
"Seeing is believing" holds true to this trip, from US $1360 - US $1395 (16 days) ex flights
Everest Base Camp trekking holiday
A classic once in a lifetime Everest Trek, from £899 - £999 (16 days) ex flights
Private trek to Everest base camp and Gokyo Lakes
Private tailor-made treks to Everest Base Camp, all routes, from £1324 - £1799 (19 days) ex flights
Everest Base Camp trekking holiday, Nepal
Spectacular mountain scenery and sherpa villages, from US $1090 (17 days) ex flights
Trekking with Sherpas  in the Everest region
Bespoke Trek in the foothills of the mightiest mountains., from £888 (11 days) ex flights
Everest and Gokyo Lakes trek, Nepal
An alternative trek via Gokyo Lakes, from £2449 - £2719 (21 days ) inc UK flights
Everest Base Camp trek
For anyone who has dreamed of seeing Mt Everest, from £1631 - £2009 (17 days ) inc UK flights
Everest Base Camp charity trek, Nepal
Lush valleys & Sherpa hospitality, from £2193 (17 days) inc UK flights

37 reviews for Everest Base Camp holidays4 star overall rating

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Everest base camp trekking tour
Seeing and interacting with the people who live in the Everest/Himalaya region was the most memorable part. (more)Craig Lutwyler
The most memorable and exciting part of this holiday was finishing the two challenges; Everest Base Camp & Kala Pattar. (more)Dipak Shah
From £1322 - £1325 excluding flights
Trekking with Sherpas  in the Everest region
Seeing Everest for the first time was fantastic. The flight into Lukla was also exciting! (more)Nicola Waldman
The most memorable part was mountain biking around the hills of Kathmandu. (more)Allison McEnaney
Excellent. We booked the trip through a local company and our contact there - Bipin - couldn't have been more helpful. (more)Joan Anderson
From £888 excluding flights
Everest base camp trek
The most memorable part was reaching Everest Base Camp and conquering Thorung La Pass on the Annapurna Circuit!!! In reality however there were many more!! (more)Edmund Raczkowski
It was fantastic! I had a beautiful and relaxing time (even though it was a physical challenge. My guide was knowledgeable and fun and I met some great people along the way! (more)Veronica Baker
Standing at Kalapathar watching the sun rise over the Himalayas was the most memorable part. (more)Leonard Parker
From US $1375 excluding flights
Everest hiking holiday
Awe-inspiring mountains, glorious sunsets and beautiful views from the moment you woke to the moment you went to bed...11/10! I cannot praise the organisation, leadership, care and ethos of this company highly enough. (more)Christine Mitchell
This was an excellent trip, very well organised and handled locally in difficult circumstances when we found ourselves in the heaviest snowfall in the Everest region for 5 years and plans had to be changed. Exciting stuff!!! (more)Alan Bellamy
The highlight was the panoramic views of all the key mountains (Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Shortse, Thamerserku, Ama Dablem, etc) near the Ama Dablam base camp. (more)Owen Smith
From £1250 excluding flights
Trekking holiday to Everest base camp
Memorable parts? The trekking. Tips? Pack sensibly. Local benefits? Yes I did - plastic water bottles banned from certain mountain sides can only be a good thing. Overall rating? Excellent, thanks. (more)Nick MacIver
From £749 - £799 excluding flights
Everest base camp trek
Memorable parts? Reaching base camp. Tips? Don't book with this operator as they cannot guarantee to get you home on time! Local benefits? Yes. Overall rating? (more)Maxine Howells
From £1773 - £2539 including UK flights
Everest Base Camp trek
Most memorable part: The scenery and the people, the team spirit and seeing Everest. (more)Danusia Brzezina
The scenery was majestic - most humbling. The warmth of the local people lifted your spirits during tricky times and the dynamic of the group was awesome... So hard, mentally and physically, but worth every single step. Would do it again in a heart beat. (more)Helen Seymour
Probably the most enjoyable AND the most memorable holiday I have ever been on...A very professionally run trip with tremendously positive local reaction wherever we went. (more)Dave Greenwood
From £1631 - £2009 including UK flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

Want to know more about Everest base camp holidays before you go?

Find out more about Everest base camp by reading these articles.

It's tempting to think of your porters or guides as heroic individuals who trek up Kilimanjaro or to Everest Base Camp carrying two packs, while wearing flip flops and cast off sweaters with no discomfort. Whilst many porters and guides do have indeed have incredible strength and stamina, it is fair or responsible for tourists and tour companies to take advantage of often impoverished local people in this way? Find out more in this Everest base camp article.

China’s plans to build a road to the Everest slopes to open the area up to tourism, despite fears that Everest is already overcrowded, has caused controversy around the world. Not only would a road put further pressure on the area’s unique wildlife and habitats (known for example for being the home of the endangered and elusive snow leopard) but it would also mean further repression for the local Tibetans. Find out more in this Everest base camp article.
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