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From Lukla: 8 Day Everest Base Camp Private Trek

From Lukla: 8 Day Everest Base Camp Private Trek

The Everest Base Camp trek is an iconic journey in Nepal, renowned for its stunning mountain vistas, challenging terrain, and rich cultural experiences. Trekkers embark on a roughly two-week adventure, starting from Lukla and ascending through Sherpa villages, alpine forests, and high-altitude landscapes. The ultimate goal is to reach the Everest Base Camp, situated at an elevation of about 5,364 meters (17,598 feet), where climbers prepare for their ascent of the world's tallest peak, Mount Everest. Along the way, trekkers encounter breathtaking views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and other Himalayan giants, as well as immerse themselves in Sherpa culture, visiting monasteries, prayer flags, and vibrant local markets. It's an unforgettable journey that combines natural beauty with physical challenge and cultural immersion.

Starting From: US$ 420.00 / Person Duration: 8 Day/s Availability: 8+ Category: Nepal \ Trekking Language: English, Hindi Guide : Guided TourType: Multiday Wheel Chair: No accessible Group type: Private Minimum group size: 1 Person/s


Day 1: Day 1: Lukla (2840m) Trek to Phakding (3 to 4 Hours)(2610m)

Our guide pick up you from Lukla, where the thrilling Rapid Everest Base Camp Trek will begin. You will be welcomed by stunning alpine scenery and spectacular mountains when you arrive. From here, you can see Mt. Khumbila, a holy peak that has never been scaled, as you go on a route that gradually descends to Cheplung hamlet. From here, you will gradually descend to Phakding by following the Dudh Kosi River's bank. You may spend the night at Phakding with a beautiful view of the surrounding environment and a thick forest.

Day 2: Day 2:Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m, 6 to 7 Hours

After taking in your first mountain breakfast, you will set out on your journey to Namche Bazaar. A pine forest is traversed on the first leg of the Quick Everest Base Camp Trek, which is then continued as it ascends the Benkar valley to the north. Prior to arriving at the gate of the Everest National Park, you must cross the Dudh Koshi River and travel through the settlement of Monjo. Following that, you will cross the suspension bridge to enter Jorsale village, where you will possibly have lunch. You will cross Jorsale after a little rest and continue walking beside the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi rivers until you reach Hillary Bridges. From here, a difficult trek will take you upward to Namche Bazaar, arguably the largest settlement in the Everest area. A leisurely hike through the pine and rhododendron-filled forest will take around two hours. The Sherpa village of Namche itself is beautiful, and from here you can take in the breathtaking panorama of the mountains and their surroundings.

Day 3: Day 3:Namche Bazaar to Pangboche (7 to 8 Hours, 3930m, )

After breakfast at a tea house in Namche Bazaar, the third day of the Short Everest Base Camp Trek begins. The level terrain with the captivating views of Everest, Lhotse, Ama-Doblum, and Thamserku as you travel through the lovely mani walls and stupas along the route. After two hours of comfortable trekking to Phunge Tenga, you will climb steeply to Tengboche, where you may tour the oldest Tengboche Monastery. You will move toward Deboche and eventually Pangboche after leaving Tengboche behind. Pangboche offers a wonderful location where you may take in the view and the lovely valley. You may tour a number of monasteries in Pangboche during your spare time.

Day 4: Day 4: Pangboche (3930m) to Dughla (7 to 8 Hours, 4620m)

After a wholesome breakfast in Pangboche, you will depart for Thukla today. Even better and closer views of the Himalayas may be seen when you go up to the Pheriche Valley. Walking for 6 to 7 hours through this lovely valley will provide you with additional incredible trekking experiences. The Everest Short Trek will be more difficult than the lower Khumbu Valley, however, you must strike a balance between your walking pace and stamina. You will go from Pheriche toward Dughla for the night by following the Imja River.

Day 5: Day 5:Trek from Dughla (4620m) to Gorakshep (5140m) then Everest Base Camp (6-7 hour, 5364m) and Back to Gorakshep

A substantial breakfast will be served in Dughla to start the day. You will first go to the Sherpa Villages of Lobuche and Gorakshep across the Khumbu Glacier after a challenging ascending segment of the Short Trek to Everest Base Camp trek. You will unload your baggage and have a short meal when you get to Gorakshep before making one more push to reach Everest Base Camp (5,364m). Enjoy your time at base camp with your crew before returning to Gorakshep by foot over rocky, moraine-covered terrain that is also home to streams, glaciers, and a glacier.

Day 6: Day 6:Trek from Gorakshep (5140m) to Kala Patthar (5555m) then Trek down to Pheriche (6-7 hour, 4240m)

You will ascend Kala Patthar today, which is the highest point on the Everest Short Trek. Before beginning your ascent to Kala Pathar, you must inspect the weather conditions. At 5555 meters above sea level, Kalapathar is situated. To see and take in the breathtaking vistas of the mountains glistening in the hue of the morning light, it takes around 2 hours to trek this well-known monument. You will return to Gorakshep and have breakfast before heading downwards to Pheriche after spending an incredible amount of time on Kala Patthar's summit.

Day 7: Day 7:Trek from Pheriche (4240m) to Namche Bazaar (6-7 hour, 3440m)

You will begin your trip toward Namche Bazaar after a hearty breakfast in Pheriche. The short trek to Everest Base Camp is stunning from Pheriche. You will walk in the direction of the Debuche settlement. There are a few teahouses in this little community. The trek takes you from Debuche to the town of Pangboche. The majority of trekkers have lunch at the Pangboche settlement. You will continue to stroll after lunch. You will arrive at Tengboche after a steep ascent. The route then continues downhill while crossing a river. There is another elevation following the river crossing. You will spend the night at Namche Bazaar after the uphill portion of the trail.

Day 8: Day 8:Trek from Namche Bazaar (3440m) to Lukla (7-8 hour,2840m)

Although the track is lengthy today, the trek is simple. On the way back from the base camp, some hikers run. By doing this, your chance of getting hurt rises. The majority of accidents happen on the way back, so don't rush or sprint. After crossing the Hilary suspension bridge, you will begin the famous ascent from Namche. Along the Rapid Everest Base Camp Trek Route, you will progressively hike after crossing the bridge with the other trekkers. You will stop at Tok Tok for lunch on the way home. You will continue to stroll after lunch. On this day, the excitement of returning home is different. You will eventually arrive at Lukla Tour end.


  • 1) Experienced English speaking Trekking guide.
  • 2) Trekking permit and all official documents.
  • 3) Accommodation in guest house during the trek.
  • 4) Guide food accommodation and all expenses.
  • 5) Private tour.
  • 6) Trekking pole.
  • 7) Emergency normal first aid kit with guide.


  • 1) Food and drinks (Available on purchase).
  • 2) Gratuities (Optional).
  • 3) Incase of emergency rescue (Cover by your travel insurance if you have).
  • 4) Porter per day 25$ (One porter for two person)


Group size Price per person Book Now
0-1 US$ 650.00 Book
2-3 US$ 550.00 Book
4-8 US$ 500.00 Book
9-15 US$ 480.00 Book
16-25 US$ 420.00 Book

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Not suitable for:

Pregnant woman, wheelchair user.

Mandatory Items:

Passport copy, Warm cloths, Hiking shoe, Cash for food, Water bottle,comfortable cloths.


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