21 Days Everest Base camp Package Program
This area is as busy and commercialized as the Annapurna range. The culture of Sherpa people and their practice of Buddhism are impressive. The Everest Base camp elevation is about (5,034 m.). It is not possible to see the Mt. Everest from the base camp Kalapatthar.
Black rock, with its elevation of (5,545 m.) should be climbed to see the view of Mt. Everest. There will be a possibility of altitude sickness, while heading up to the mountains. If so, the only best and wise way to do is coming down immediately. Another possibility is starting the trek from Jiri, approximately 8 till 9 hours from Kathmandu. This takes seven days extra.
Day 01: Arrival, transfer to hotel and unpacking
Day 02: Full day sightseeing tour around the Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Fly out from Kathmandu and into Lukla (2,780 m.) and camping at Phakding (2,300 m.)
Day 04: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,446 m.): Trek continues to Namche Bazaar this is the administrative headquarter, and now it has become a very commercial area.
Day 05: Acclimtisation day, visit Buddhist monastery, museum and surroundings.
Day 06: Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3,867 m.): After 3 to 4 hours trek, one may have another excellent opportunity to beet Tyangboche Monastery. It was completely destroyed by fire in 1988 and now it has been reconstructed. The magnificent views of Mt. Kwangde (8,187 m), Thamanche (6,542 m.), Ama-Dablam (6,856 m). and Everest (8,848 m). The Nuptse, Lhotse and Thamsherku are also visible.
Day 07: Tyangboche to Pheriche (4,240 m.). Along the forest, the trail is teemed with birds like Blood Pheasants, Danfe (Nepal’s National Bird), Monal, impeyan pheasant and her beautiful birds. Pheriche is very windy and cold place. So it is very important to bring warm clothes with you.
Day 08: Pheriche to Lobuche (4,880 m.). This area is much more expensive. In compare at Namche, the prices are twice as much. Lodges, hotels and teashops are available along the route.
Day 09: Lobuche to Kalapatthar (5,545 m.) and back to Lobuche. At Kala Patthar (Black Rock) you have an excellent view of the Mt. Everest (8,848 m.) Then you go back to camp at Lobuche.
Day 10: Lobuche to Pangboche (3,901 m.). Trail descends to Pangboche, which is easier to come down.
Day 11: Pangboche to Namche Bazaar and camping.
Day 12: Namche Bazaar to Lukla and camping.
Day 13: Lukla to Kathmandu by flight.
Day 14: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 15: Drive out from Kathmandu to rafting put-in-point at Fishlling and continue rafting 3 to 4 hours. The rafting ends Mugling, where you have lunch and then drive to Chitwan
Day 16: At Chitwan full day program: elephant back ride and bird watching after bed tea or coffee. Breakfast, Canoeing on Rapti River, lunch, nature walk and special show of Tharu ethnic group with stick dance and dinner at 8 o’clock in the evening.
Day 17: After breakfast drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 18: Drive to Nagarkot to see sunrise and sun set view over night.
Day 19: After breakfast drive back to Kathmandu via Bhaktapur.
Day 20: Free day in Kathmandu and shopping.
Day 21: Departure
Cost USD 1900 Per person
Above cost Includes:
-Pick up on arrivals and drop from & to International / domestic airport
-Necessary hotel accommodation with Bed and breakfast in 3 star category hotels in Kathmandu
– Necessary TREKKING PERMIT/ CONSERVATION FEE/ ALL LOGISTIC WORKS.
-Trekking as per itinerary.
-All necessary ground transfers. During the pickup drops, full day sightseeing in Kathmandu valley with Tour Guide and transfer.
-Your Trekking Service as per Itinerary:
-Lodge trekking Service: Trekking as per Itinerary: Government recognized English speaking Experience Guide, porter,
-Lodging & fooding at Lodges & teahouses (breakfast, lunch and dinner) (Menu choose) as available in trek route
-Insurance for the Nepalese staff, their allowance lodging & fooding -Conservation/National park permit fee
-Necessary Airport pickup and drop, personnel care & attestation.
– Domestic Air one way Kathmandu / Lukla/Kathmandu
The above cost does not include:
– International Flight
-Expenses of personal nature, personal gears, hard/soft drinks; Personal
-Medication, rescue in case of emergency such as hiring Extra Porter / Horse, helicopter rescue, insurance and
-Typical tips to Guide and porter,
-All the things that not mentioned on above includes Item
Visa can be getting easily from Royal Nepalese Embassies or Royal Nepalese consulate office. 15 0r 30 days visa is also available from Kathmandu airport. Mountaineering, Trekking and Rafting permits are available in Kathmandu. You need 3 passport size photos to make Tims and conservation Permit
All travelers should consult with their physician or update on vaccination requirements Cholera, Typhoid, Tetanus and hepatitis. None of these shots are require .For Entry in to Nepal, but we recommend that you get inoculations or boosters for these before travelling. For hepatitis, the Hemoglobin injection should be taken as close to departure.
A mixture of problems like headache, noose, and shortness of breath tiredness encountered at high altitude above 3,000 Mts. because of the less oxygen, low Pressure, rapid ascent, possibly dehydration and hypothermia. Mild symptom of sickness. Not feeling well, Tiredness, short of breath, loss of appetite sleeping disturbance and dizziness. It can be happen after 1-3 days of arrival in the altitude then increasing shortness of breath at rest, severe cough-dry much tried, High pulse rateI.e. 110 blueness of face, lip, fingers nail-that mean inability to transport oxygen in to the blood. It can be happen after 2 night of arrival in the altitude. The last severe symptoms of altitude sickness: -Severe headache, vomiting, working like a drunk, mental confusion, irritable unconsciousness.
Acclimatization in high altitude, working slowly, drinking more water or fluid, carry small back pack, climb high sleep lower, don’t work alone and no alcohol, sleeping pills, and smoking.
For the altitudes sickness, there is no medicine but if anybody suffering by sickness better way to take lower altitude as soon as possible. Some medicine can help like a oxygen, Diamox for mild symptoms. Nafedipine for second Symptom Stroids / Dexamthasone for severe symptoms and Hyperbolic bag eparture from Nepal.
Personal clothing List
This list doesn’t represent what you must you take but it simply a guide to help you
Tick of the things you might need and have to pack, Boot and shoes, Gloves, Socks, Shirts-Blouses, towel Underwear, Sleeping bag, Rock sack or back pack, Down Jacket and pant, Wind-rained jacked, Fleece pant, Bathing suit, Water Bottle, Umbrella, Sunscreen sun Glass, Toilet paper and lighter, Toiletries Torch, First aid kit, Camera Lip care, Tampons, pack-cover sun hat, Warm hat, Water purification, Books and money belt.
We strongly recommend that you take out baggage loss, accident and trip cancellation Insurance. Trip cancellation insurance should reimburse you any non-recoverable air or land expenses should you have to cancel your trip due to personal or family illness as well as cover any emergency evacuation expenses should you become ill during the trip.
The total amount to be paid before departure from Kathmandu.
In case cancellation of notice should be 15 days before trip departure.
50% will be charge in case of cancellation as a cancellation.
No refund for incomplete trip.
25% Advance should be pay in Booking period or can send money order to our bank account