Luxury Trek to Namche Bazaar and Fly to Everest Base Camp by Helicopter offers trekkers to step to the foothills of the highest peak in the world.
This Luxury Trek to Namche Bazaar offers two alternative routes for trekking. The first one is meant for travelers who seek a moderate level of adventure. Also, it is best if you want to walk in the initial footsteps of the Everest Base Camp as the first man who managed to summit Everest – Edmund Hillary.
The other option is perfect for people who do not want to engage in a physical challenge. And, do not want to miss out on the spectacular views that this region has to offer. We are talking about traveling solely by helicopter and stopping by magnificent locations. This will certainly give you time to enjoy the magnificent landscapes of this region in our 9-Day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek.
Both of the options allow you to roam around in this Sherpa paradise, filled with beautiful scenery and mystical culture, and stay in the best luxurious lodges and hotels in the area in this 9-Day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek. Our 9-Day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek is suitable for all ages.
The best time for the Luxury trek to Namche Bazaar is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These months hold the most favorable weather conditions in Nepal. It has the best of clear skies, moderate temperatures, and blooming rhododendron forests- a sight to behold! You will have the best chance to witness the breathtaking mountain peaks and enjoy very comfortable trekking conditions.
9-Day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek is considered to be moderately difficult. It doesn’t require technical climbing skills. However, it does demand a good level of fitness and acclimatization due to the high altitude. Our experienced guides will accompany you throughout the 9-Day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek, ensuring your safety and providing support till you reach back to where you have started.
Opt for a 9-Day Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek with our seasoned team. We promise an unparalleled adventure in the lap of the Himalayas. This is not just a trek; it’s an opportunity! Witness Mt Everest, the world’s highest peak up close, experience the rich Sherpa culture, and conquer personal limits- physical as well as mental limits.
Book now with us at Himalayan Trekking and Tours, the best trekking agency in Nepal and let the mountains inspire your soul.
After your trip to Kathmandu, Our team will be there at Tribhuvan International Airport and welcome you to the country of Himalayas. then transfer you to your hotel. Overnight at Hyatt Kathmandu
We will organize for you a day tour of three amazing UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, the interesting ‘Monkey Temple’ (Swayambunath) and Bouddhanath Stupa which is one of the largest Stupas in the world. In the evening, Himalayan Vista will organize a typical Nepalese dinner. Overnight at Hotel Hyatt Kathmandu.
After a good night sleep, we will fly from Kathmandu to the Tenzing – Hillary Airport at Lukla. A scenic flight, which allowed you to see the huge Himalayan range from the sky.
Once upon arrival in Lukla, you will have free time in your hotel to have a rest or enjoy the surrounding area. Overnight Yeti Mountain Home
After crossing the suspension bridge, we will then uphill following the shoreline to reach Chumoa. Then, we will head to Monjo walking through the pine and rhododendron forest and different small villages. It is 5 hours walking. Overnight Yeti Mountain Home
Today, we will enter the Sagarmatha area, which is the Nepalese word for Mt Everest. The trail will be generally flat and rocky as we follow the Dudh Koshi river. We will have to cross some suspension bridges and finally have a climbing hill to reach Namche Bazaar.
This village is known as the capital of Sherpa. We will discover the lifestyle of local people. Overnight Yeti Mountain Home
To prevent the altitude sickness, you will have a free day in Namche Bazaar.
If you are feeling good and wants to explore, you could hike to Syangboche Everest View hotel, the highest hotel in the world to observe the close view of Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Thamserku, Lhotse. Overnight Yeti Mountain Home.
Today we will take a helicopter to fly over the Everest Base Camp. A unique time, which offers you a majestically view over the roof of the world. You will be impressing by the huge natural range of the Himalaya. Afterward, the helicopter will stop next to Tengboche Monastery.
It is a famous monastery that you could visit. Moreover, from here, you could get a panoramic view. Finally, the helicopter will bring us back to Kathmandu with many marvelous memories.
Once upon arrival in Kathmandu, Himalayan trekking Team will organize a Farewell party to celebrate our tour in Nepal. Overnight at Hotel Hyatt Kathmandu.
It is important to add a day in your itinerary, in case of the weather conditions for our flight back. Like the day before you will have free time to enjoy as you want. Overnight at Hotel Hyatt Kathmandu
We will transfer you to the airport and hoping you spent a beautiful time with us
Please select an activity date
The best time for this trek is generally from September to May, avoiding the monsoon season. The weather is usually more stable, offering clearer views and better trekking conditions.
Our package includes transportation between the airport and hotel, accommodation in 5-star hotels and luxury lodges, flights to and from Lukla, experienced English-speaking guides, necessary permits, porter service, and all government taxes.
For detailed inclusions, please refer to the specific package details.
This trek is categorized as moderate difficulty. It’s recommended for individuals with a moderate level of fitness. Regular exercise and stamina-building activities before the trek would be beneficial.
Yes, meals are included as mentioned in the package details. Breakfast will be provided in Kathmandu, and meals will be arranged during the trek.
The maximum altitude reached is approximately 5555 meters. Adequate acclimatization and following the guidance of our experienced guides are crucial for your safety.
Yes, we can discuss and customize the trek to accommodate specific needs or preferences. Please contact us directly to discuss customization options.
Luxury lodges are provided during the trek. The accommodation details are specified in the package options.
Yes, travel insurance is highly recommended for this trek. It’s important to ensure that your insurance covers high-altitude trekking.
The Everest Base Camp trek presents several challenges, but pinpointing the absolute hardest part can vary depending on individual experiences. However, some commonly cited challenging aspects include:
The Everest Base Camp trek isn’t inherently dangerous if approached with proper preparation, caution, and respect for its challenges. However, it does involve certain risks due to its high-altitude nature, remote location, and unpredictable weather. Some of the risks include:
Comparing the difficulty of Kilimanjaro and Everest Base Camp treks is subjective as they pose different challenges:
Everest Base Camp:
In terms of altitude, Kilimanjaro reaches higher, but the slower ascent on the Everest Base Camp trek might make acclimatization slightly easier.
The difficulty can vary based on individual factors like fitness level, experience with altitude, and personal preferences for climate and terrain. Both treks require good physical preparation and determination but offer distinct challenges.
There isn’t a strict maximum age for the Everest Base Camp trek. Fitness and health matter more than age. However, it’s essential to consider the physical demands and altitude challenges involved. Many people in their 60s and even 70s have successfully completed the trek, but individual health, fitness, and prior trekking experience play crucial roles.
It’s advisable for older trekkers to undergo thorough medical check-ups, prepare well physically, and consider acclimatization needs due to the altitude. Consulting with a healthcare professional and experienced guides can help determine if the trek is suitable based on individual health and fitness conditions.
Yes, the Everest Base Camp trek can be crowded during peak trekking seasons, especially in the spring (April to May) and autumn (September to November). The trails and teahouses along the route can get busy with trekkers, porters, and guides. This high traffic can affect accommodations, availability of services, and the overall trekking experience.
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