Luxury Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal

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Description of Luxury Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal

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US $3650ToUS $3860 including domestic flights only
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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

Nepal trekking
Many places lay claim to the best treks in the world – Peru’s Inca Trail, Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro to name but two – but none are as spectacular a...
High altitude trekking
Some of the world’s most unusual landscapes, most celebrated sites and most spectacular views can only be enjoyed by placing one foot in front of the ...

Holiday information

Our partners behind this holiday promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travellers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.

Responsible Travel

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We are a local tour operator that focused on responsible and sustainable tourism. Our team is always looking for an opportunity to learn and share the best practices about saving our environment. Our company practices responsible travel guidelines while conducting the trips. Our company takes part in the environmental awareness program. Involve in the training, equip to the local people of Nepal.

You are going to spend overnight in a luxury lodge in the Everest region. While doing trekking, need to issue the national park permits, pay for the local authority, and the TIMS card. We are paying it because that fund goes for the conservation and the maintenance of the trekking trails.

Our company would like to encourage all of our trekkers to use or buy the recycled/reusable trekking (gear) equipment. For example: For the less negative impact to our environment, you can use reusable water bottles. You can fill up your water bottle in the teahouse. Some of the trekkers used to buy water bottles in the trekking routes, the long run, it harms the environment. At the same time, you are wasting your money. If you are using toilet paper on your trip, please carry a bag to collect it. Later you can dump it in a proper place. In your lodge, you can find a dustbin or a place to dump the waste. If you are carrying some chocolates or plastic wrappers, for disposal, please ask help from your trekking guide.

In the mountain, you can eat as much you can as per your body need but don't leave the food. Drink plenty of water and soups for body hydration and energy for your body. Please save the water.

For charging purposes, use solar energy and power banks. We need to pass through the local Sherpa villages, small streams, and rivers. Travelers are not allowed to wash their clothes in open water resources. Most of the mountain people are surviving using the open water resources. We are going to save fuel and other energy because we trekked. Most of our days will be in the mountain. In another word, walking in nature. Breath fresh air.


We are a local tour operator that stands for our communities. Our company supports a good cause like sponsoring the children who are in need. We are working with a small team called First Act Nepal (FAN). It's a team that works for the well-being of children.

We do respect our local culture and traditions. While you are doing trekking in the Everest region, most of the local people are Buddhist. They practice Tibetan Buddhism. We need to show our respect for their faith and practices. Our trekking guide will let you know about the culture and the religious and social practices in your trekking time.

The best part is we all are local. You are supporting directly to the local people and the communities of Nepal. We are staying at local teahouses or lodges which are locally owned. There will be a team who serve us day and night. Pay for the accommodation and the food. Support the local people and the family directly or indirectly.

We promote our local arts and crafts, and you should not miss the local food. You do have plenty of time to talk with the people of local communities. Learn their culture, lifestyles, listen to their stories, and be inspired by the mountain people. You can also share your experiences with the local people.

We take photographs of your trip. Publish on our official websites and other online platforms. We aim to promote sustainable and responsible tourism in Nepal.

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