Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world at 8848.86 meters, is located in northeastern Nepal. The most well-liked and sought-after hiking path in Nepal is the ascent to Mount Everest's base camp. You'll visit a number of the most historic and well-known locations on the journey. Even better, the climb provides a close-up glimpse of the majestic Himalayas and an insight into Sherpa culture in Nepal. You will have ample time to acclimatize if you spend the night in Kathmandu before taking a flight to Lukla and walking across Sherpa territory past farmed landscapes and tiny communities. The trail to Everest is high and perilous, with several ascents and descents, as well as snow-covered peaks, hanging bridges, raging rivers, beautiful forests, and cascades.
Several individuals want to climb by themselves to Everest Base Camp without joining the bigger groups. They are also scared about the high cost of operation in the single pax but it is not true. When a hiker wants to make his/ her own single trip we can provide a single guide com porter from Lukla to lead as a guide and also help to carry your bags as a porter. One person could most likely make it to Everest Base Camp. It is both risk-free and exhilarating when you have a professional supporter from the company. Single trekking is a better choice for hikers who want to benefit from the hassle-free and stress-free EBC Trek, like the Classic Everest Base Camp Trek. Numerous trek and expedition companies in Nepal have been providing solo excursions to Everest Base Camp for a number of years. For each solo hike, they provide a knowledgeable guide com porter upon request.
Individual and solitary mountaineering in the Everest region is time, cost, and energy efficient. Nowadays, a lot of hikers desire to hike to Everest Base Camp alone because the journey schedule may be controlled independently and we are in control of ourselves while hiking. Anyone who has average strength and stamina and is a beginner, seasoned, single, individual, teenager, or older climber can accomplish the Everest Base Camp Trek. If you're eager to travel alone with one of our professional guides, you can easily accomplish the EBC Trek with a month's worth of planning and familiarity with previous trips. Let Nepal highland treks accompany you.
Yes, it is feasible to reach the base camp on the tallest mountain without joining the group. The Everest Base Camp's itinerary is flexible and lots of customization is possible when you are a single trekker. The native guides are also approachable, honest, and constantly eager to help. There will be a significant number of individuals around during the peak periods, allowing us to make friends with them and even enjoy the journey while debating ethnic norms. When you trek with one of your professional guides, you have the opportunity to learn and explore more about the local locality. The route and accommodations are entirely managed by the guide, he is always happy to put you in the proper direction or provide referrals for good accommodation. He is in charge of the remaining duties. Besides that, the major team of the company also monitors every step of your trip.
Visa-on-arrival: A visa-on-arrival is required for travelers arriving at Tribhuwan International Airport so as to enter and stay in Nepal. You can get a visa at the airport after filling out the registration form and stating how long you intend to stay in Nepal. For a 30-day visa, hikers must submit applications, their passports, a recent photo (might need), and 50 USD in cash. Only 15 days visa is also enough to plan the Everest Base Camp trek. That is with the cost of USD 30. Once your plan is complete, obtain a visa, and don't forget to include a few extra days. Depending on how long you stay in Nepal, the cost of the visa may go either up or down. If you want to take a longer trek, you can book a Gokyo-Chol La-with Everest Base Camp Trek.
Trekking Permit and legal travel documents: We at Nepal highland treks manage to issue necessary trekking permits. Once you are at the checking point of Everest National park, our guide will issue these with your passport details. Along with the Everest National park permit, the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit is now necessary for hikers in the Himalayas, as compared to the TIMS Card that was necessary previously. A KPLRM ticket costs 2000 Nepali rupees when presented with identification in Manjo. At numerous tourist checkpoints, trekkers must present these permit cards to get extra hiking permits. Without a permit, hikers are not permitted to access the Everest region. To obtain these, hikers require official evidence like a passport. Our guide will take care of all these issues on the point.
The cost of the trip can be divided into three categories. Cost is mainly based on using categories of local accommodation in every region. Everest region provides normal lodges, and semi-deluxe lodges mostly in every step but not in the same category. Super deluxe lodges are also available in Phakding, Namche, Manjo, and in Lukla. The cost of using semi-deluxe lodges is not much different from the normal lodge but using super deluxe rooms makes the trip cost much different and these super deluxe lodges are not available for entire days.
The trip also has the option of flying by Helicopter after a successful climb to Kalapathar and Everest base camp. It reduces another 3 days downhill the same way back to Lukla. If the trekker wants to skip the same way and downhill can take sharing helicopter back up to Lukla and a regular flight to Kathmandu or a direct flight with sharing helicopter to Kathmandu. This option is also another factor to make your trip cost different.
Due to inadequate direction and information, many lone hikers who would like to trek in the EBC are compelled to hike in groups. Due to the complexity of the Everest Region Trip and the need for careful planning and execution, multiple hikers consult with companies and sign up for the team trip at the designated departure times. Although single trekking offers a beautiful and memorable experience, group trekking is typically less burdensome than single trekking, where you must make all of your own preparations.