FAQs Everest Base Camp: Trekking along the trails and terrains of Everest Base Camp is everyone’s dream. But these dreams come with several FAQs. So, below is the list of some frequently ask questions (FAQs).
Everest Base Camp hails at an altitude of 5380 meters in the Khumbu region of the Sagarmatha Zone. It is within the Sagarmatha National Park. Itinerant usually fly to Lukla airport from Kathmandu and crosses across Namche Bazaar.
Yes, you can go single, as you can accomplish the Everest Base Camp solo with us. Our experienced trek guides and porters will be alongside you. However, trekking in a group reduces the cost. If you want a group, then we can manage that too.
Everest Base Camp FAQs: As most of the trekkers have the dream to capture prominent peaks closely. So, apart from Mount Everest (8848m), there are several other mountains in the Everest base camp region. Ama Dablam (6812m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), Mera Peak (6470m), Island Peak (6,160m), Lobuche (6,119m), are prominent mountains in Everest trekking. Makalu, Cholatse (6,440m), are other peaks of Everest base camp trek.
Lukla Airport, Namche Bazaar, Sherpa Culture, Kalapathhar, Tengboche, etc. are significant highlights of EBC. Note: EBC= Everest Base Camp,
The best season for Everest Base Camp trekking is from September to November. Similarly, from February till May is flexible for Everest Base Camp trek.
Tea houses are present during Everest Base Camp trekking for an overnight stay, food, and wifi. Namche Bazaar is a prominent market place of Everest base camp where trekkers can acclimatize. Also, trekkers can explore the Tibetan Market of Namche Bazaar. Moreover, trekkers can utilize the facility of Wi-Fi, as they can also connect with their families back home. Gorakshep, Everest View hotel are other right areas for food, accommodation, etc.
Yes, off course, you can. However, we also have the provision to provide Sleeping Bags and Down jackets.
Everest Base Camp FAQs: Our porters, guides, crews are always ready to serve you out in any unwanted situation. We request you to take Acetazolamide for Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). The AMS occurs due to an increase in altitude, low air pressure, but it does not happen for all. Our porters, guides will carry all the requirements to tackle with any unwanted situations. For extreme medical evacuation, helicopter rescue is useful for quick precautions. Therefore, travel insurance, including the Helicopter rescue pack, is helpful.
Everest Base Camp FAQs: Yes, you will require TIMS, Sagarmatha National Park, and Local Government tax. TIMS stands for the Trekkers Information Management system. These fees are nominal so that trekkers won't have an extra burden.