Everest Base Camp Trek by Road - 16 Days

  • Duration 16 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Challenging
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Meals Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner During Trek
  • Accommodation Tea House or Lodge
  • Max. Altitude Kala Patthar (5555 Meters)
  • Activity Everest Trekking
  • Group Type Any
  • Group Size 1 to 10
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Drive a private or shared jeep from Kathmandu to Thamdanda and trace the same route back to Kathmandu.
  • Everest Base Camp Trek by Road without flight is the alternative way to Everest base camp
  • Discover beautiful communities that exhibit Rai and Sherpa culture, such as Salleri, Phaplu, Ringmo, Takshindo, Kharikhola, and Paiya.
  • The path through Thamdanda covers the classic trail of the Jiri Everest Base Camp trek route
  • Explore the genuine communities, farms, orchards, and low mountain passes of the Solu region.
  • Seemingly inspirational lifestyles may be found in the Khumbu region like Lukla, Phakding, Monjo, Namche, Khunde, Khumjung, Thame, Tengboche, and Phortse.
  • Amazing views of the Khumbu Icefall and glaciers as well as the 8000-meter peaks of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Cho Oyu.
  • Explore breathtaking mountain valleys, slopes, springs, waterfalls, lush woods bursting with vibrant rhododendron, and more.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Overview

One of the riskiest airports in the world is Lukla Airport. The Everest Base Camp Trip by Road package is the ideal choice if you intend to complete the Everest Base Camp trek without taking an aircraft to Lukla. The route from Kathmandu to Everest Base Camp by road passes through several charming towns, including Salleri, Phaplu, Takshindu, Kharikhola, Bupsa, and finally Thamdanda. Thamdanda is the final station reachable by vehicle.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Jeep Drive will not only make your travel more pleasant but also enable you to make some financial savings. You will encounter varied topographies, civilizations, and ways of life as you continue your journey from Kathmandu to Thamdanda. Compared to a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the journey by road benefits your body by strengthening its resistance against altitude sickness. Along with the stunning views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu, and other neighboring peaks of the Solukhumbu Region, there are even more beauties that are added to the modern Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight Itinerary.

Your 16 days Everest Base Camp Trek by Road will start from Kathmandu via a varied and stunning landscape. Your main trek will begin from Thamdanda and ascend to Surke through Paiya. You will proceed past Lukla and via Chheplung and Nurning on your way to Phakding. You will pass via Monjo, Jorsale, and Larja Dobhan on your route to Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Everest. You may see the oldest Tengboche Monastery by hiking from Namche to Tengboche. You will reach Dingboche by passing via picturesque towns like Pangboche and Shomare following Imja Khola. You will go via the towns of Dusa, Thokla, and Lobuche as you travel from Dingboche to Gorakshep. Before descending to Pheriche, you will ascend from Gorakshep to the Everest Base Camp and Kala Pathar. To reach Namche, Chaurikharka, and eventually Thamdanda, the route descends from Pheriche. The Everest Base Camp Trek Excluding Lukla Flight in Nepal will come to an end when you take a jeep ride from Thamdanda to Kathmandu.

As a well-known trekking organization, Green Valley Nepal Treks provides a carefully designed itinerary and competent guide for the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road without Flight to Lukla. Both the stunning Mountain View and a brand-new hiking trail will fascinate you with their diverse and rich cultural traditions along with the way of life. Booking is now open for the years 2024 and 2025. Grab this golden opportunity at the lowest price ever to uplift tourism in Nepal.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Distance, Duration, and Altitude

Trekking Route

Distance (Kilometers)

Duration (Hours)

Altitude (Meters)

Thamdanda to Phakding


7 to 8


Phakding to Namche Bazaar


5 to 6


Namche Bazaar to Tengboche


5 to 6 


Tengboche to Dingboche


4 to 5


Dingboche to Lobuche


4 to 5 


Lobuche to Gorakshep


3 to 4


Gorakshep to Everest Base Camp


3 to 4


Gorakshep to Kalapatthar


2 to 3


Gorakshep to Pheriche


4 to 5


Pheriche to Namche Bazaar


7 to 8


Namche Bazaar to Chaurikharka


6 to 7


Chaurikharka to Thamdanda


4 to 5


What You Can Expect From Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Package?

  • You will see stunning scenery, the Sunkoshi River, Seti Devi Temple, Rhododendron forests, and lovely towns like Salleri, Phaplu, Taksindu, Kharikhola, and Bupsa as you travel from Kathmandu to Thamdanda.
  • Mountain views including Mount Everest, Mount Amadablam, and Mount Cho Oyu will be visible to you during your trek to Everest Base Camp by road. The excursions will also take you through rhododendron and juniper forests, and follow the lovely Dudhkoshi River.
  • In the Khumbu region, which is home to the well-known Sherpa people, you will appreciate the sight of the Sherpa lifestyle. During this journey, one may get an insight into Sherpa culture and experience their hospitality. When spending an acclimatization day in Namche, it is worthwhile to visit the Sherpa Museum.
  • During the Everest Base Camp Trek by road, you will walk on slope paths, level routes, and trails with curves. A trail lined with stones that travels beside the Khumbu glacier will take you in the direction of the base camp of Mount Everest. Because the path is not very challenging, anyone with average physical fitness may complete the trek.
  • During the trek, you will stay in modest accommodations at local tea houses. A simple bed and blankets will be given to you. After Namche Bazar, especially, you shouldn't anticipate having flowing water and a hot shower every night. You are required to use public restrooms for a few nights. We also advise you to pack toiletries for the excursion.
  • You won't have any trouble finding mineral water on the journey because it is available almost everywhere. The tea houses along the Everest base camp trekking by road will provide you with a good meal. The tea houses along the route provide a variety of foods, including bread, rice, soup, noodles, veggies, and pasta.
  • A first aid kit with simple medications will be carried by the trekking guide. However, you should bring your medication if it is a distinct type. In an emergency, you will be transported to Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. As a result, a helicopter evacuation must be covered by your travel insurance plan.
  • Since the road trip to Everest Base Camp takes place at a high altitude, one should be cautious of AMS. If you experience any AMS symptoms, pay attention to your body's signals and adhere to your guide's instructions. Some of the symptoms of AMS include nausea, vomiting, disorientation, and shortness of breath.

Is Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Suitable for You?

  • The Everest Base Camp Trek by Road is the perfect option for you if you want to see the stunning scenery, mountains, waterfalls, and dense vegetation of the Khumbu region without having to take a flight to Lukla.
  • Everest Base Camp trekking is not a simple endeavor, but practically everyone comfortable carrying some weight while hiking can accept the challenge if they begin planning for the adventure well in advance of the event.
  • The trek to Everest Base Camp will be gratifying and may end up being the finest experience of your life if you are not experiencing any severe respiratory or heart-related conditions and you are prepared for it.
  • Younger people require less preparation than older ones since they are less likely to experience heart disease or high blood pressure, but this does not disqualify older individuals who have trained their entire life and have great stamina from participating in Everest Base Camp Trekking.

How to Get Prepared For the Everest Base Camp Trekking without Lukla Flight?

You must be both physically and mentally strong if you are planning to trek to Everest base camp by road. If you assume a person's mental state won't matter when trekking through very steep ascents in the Khumbu region, you are seriously mistaken. Without a strong mental attitude, trekkers may give up on the difficult pathways going to the base camp before they have even reached the halfway point of the journey. Hiking up through perilous mountainous terrains undoubtedly places a great deal of physical strain on one's body.

It will be best to be informed that you will stroll up and down on rough terrain for 12 days while carrying your bag pack, weighing at least 6 kg, on average for 5 to 6 hours every day. You will need to begin improving your strength and endurance a few months early. Plan your workouts for five to six days a week, and at least once a week, climb a hill carrying a bag packed with 6 to 12 kg. Your legs and muscles get better the more hill training you accomplish. Hill Training is crucial because your lungs can't provide your muscles with enough oxygen at higher altitudes due to a lack of oxygen. Therefore, begin cardiovascular training, such as jogging and swimming, along with other workouts, if you want to successfully reach the Everest Base Camp by jeep and avoid upsetting fellow trekkers.

A common excuse given by people for not doing the Everest Base Camp trek by road is that they are too old. There is no set age restriction for those who are qualified to trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) via road. There shouldn't be any difficulties for them on the journey if they are physically well enough to walk for hours. For your kind information, it has been reported that a 76-year-old and a 13-year-old have already succeeded in reaching the peak of Mt. Everest.

Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight Cost 2024 And 2025

Green Valley Nepal Treks offers EBC Trek without a Flight to Lukla with different rates depending on the number of people in your group.

No. of PeopleStarting Price Per PersonAction
1USD 1350Send Inquiry
2 to 4USD 1300Send Inquiry
5 to 8USD 1250Send Inquiry

If you have any questions concerning the price of the Everest Base Camp Trek via Road, please contact us via WhatsApp (at any time).

Day to Day Itinerary
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Our airport representative will be waiting for you outside the terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu with a sign that reads Green Valley Nepal Treks. A private vehicle will then transport you to your chosen accommodation. You can visit our office for a pre-trip meeting when you are ready to know more about the technicalities of the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Itinerary.

  • 3 Star Hotel in Thamel

The guide and porter will arrive at your accommodation early in the morning, around 5 AM, in accordance with the Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight Itinerary, and they will then drive to the Jeep station as instructed. After traveling for five hours along the BP Highway, you will arrive for lunch in the picturesque town of Ghurmi. The ride from Ghurmi is considerably more enjoyable by the road's route via rivers, agricultural terraces, lush fields, and villages. From Ghurmi, it takes around four hours to reach Phaplu through Salleri, and it takes another three to four hours to travel off-road to reach Thamdanda, which is the destination for today. Overnight lodging will be provided in a tea house at Thamdanda.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 13 to 14 hours
  • 300 kilometers

Today's Everest Base Camp Trekking by Road without a flight to Lukla begins at Thamdanda and takes two hours of ascent to reach Paiya. The route then descends to the Surke via a rhododendron grove. Once past the remnants of a century-old Buddhist Chorten, the trail then follows the Dudhkoshi River to the Chaurikharka below Lukla. You will reach Chheplung after a short distance on foot and join the main Everest Base Camp path there. You will now notice a large group of hikers arriving from the Lukla airplane. You will reach Phakding, the home of the Sherpa, after another two hours of leisurely walking through villages, woods, and some long-ass bridges. Overnight lodging will be provided in a tea house at Phakding.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 7 to 8 hours
  • 22 kilometers

You will begin your Everest Trek by the road along the river bank from Phakding after breakfast. After passing through the little town of Tok Tok, you will enter the Sagarmatha National Park at Manjo in three hours, where your paperwork and trekking permissions will be examined. Then, after crossing the suspension bridge, you will instantly descend to the Dudhkoshi River and enter Jorshale. After some time, you will cross the same river again over a suspension bridge, then go down the riverbank to the fifth suspension bridge, which bears the name Tenzing Hillary Bridge in honor of the legendary explorer. To catch the first glimpse of the top of the world from the right edge, hike through the jungle for two to three hours uphill to Namche Bazaar. Spend the remaining portion of the day exploring the beautiful Sherpa homeland while watching the National Park View Point sunset at the top of the town. In the naturally endowed Namche bazaar, spend the night at the tea house to see the stunning mountains.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours
  • 12 kilometers

Namche is a great place to acclimate during the 16 days Everest base camp trek without Lukla flight. With several government offices, Internet cafés, ATMs, restaurants, stores, and other amenities, it serves as the main hub for the Khumbu Region. Health professionals advise that during rest days, you should move about and be active rather than sitting still. Therefore, for the day, you can ascend to Thamo or Khunde. You can ascend to Khumjung village from Syangbuche's Everest View Hotel. Our guides will direct you to the Sagarmatha National Park Tourist Visitor Center, where you may discover more about the Sherpa Culture and the First Everest Climbers. You will also get knowledge of the fauna and flora of the Everest Region.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

This is the sixth day of the Everest Base Camp Trek started via road. Your route to Tengboche will take you by breathtaking mountain vistas of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku. After crossing the Dudh Koshi in three to four hours of walking, the main path descends through the alpine forest to the Phungi Tenga. This trail crosses two trail intersections, one coming from Gokyo Lake and the other from Khumjung. The Himalaya Thar and Himalaya Monals are best viewed from here as the route ascends through the forest. You will eventually arrive at Tengboche Monastery, a hill station with an amazing view of Ama Dablam, Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, etc. You will spend the night in a peaceful monastery community where you can admire the mountains from your window.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours
  • 12 kilometers

EBC Trek without Lukla Flight Route will descend through the jungle to Deboche from Tengboche, where there is a good chance you may spot endangered species including Musk Deer and Daphne. Following that, you will pass the little community at Milingo and cross the double-decorating bridge over the Imja Khola. As a massive route ascends to the ancient Buddhist Chorten and enters the lovely gate to enter Pangboche town, the view of the Ama Dablam can be observed from a much closer distance. To reach the picturesque community of Somare, it will take a continuous 3 hours of walking along the tree line to small shrubs planted. From Somare, it takes two to three hours to reach Dingboche. The journey to Dingboche is completed while taking in the beautiful scenery. Due to the significant risk of Acute Mountain Sickness at such a high altitude, it is preferable to check your oxygen saturation with the Oximeter we gave our guide before proceeding.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours
  • 12.5 kilometers

This second rest day is for acclimatization, as stated in the Everest Base Camp Trek by jeep Itinerary. After breakfast, you can take a trek up the hill behind the village on the northern side. Observe this picturesque valley's path to Island Peak for breathtaking views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Nuptse. The quick ascent to Island Peak makes for a leisurely afternoon excursion. Going up to Chhukung Ri is another alternative, from which you can see peaks like Island Peak, Ama Dablam, Makalu, Tawoche Peak, and others. For a beautiful view of the Chhukung valley, which has Kangtega, Ama Dablam, Taboche, Lobuche east, and several more magnificent peaks, you may also hike to Nagarjuna.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

You will need around five to six hours to hike from Dingboche to Lobuche today, which is above the town of Pheriche. Everest Base Camp Trek without a Flight Route will pass through a meadow area with a few abandoned buildings after ascending the slope above the Dingboche. Reaching the lovely community of Thokla, which is located right at the edge of the Khumbu Glacier, requires a three-hour delightful trek with breathtaking mountain views. Then, for the next 45 minutes, the path climbs steeply to the Thokla Pass, where you can view several monuments honoring climbers who perished during the trip. It will take around 20 minutes to walk to the Italian pyramid hotel. After another two hours of walking around the Khumbu Glacier, you will reach Lobuche, where you may spend the night.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours
  • 7.8 kilometers

The most significant day of your Everest Base Camp Trek by Road is today since you will arrive at Everest Base Camp. The journey starts in the morning from Lobuche and takes three hours across the Khumbu Glacier to reach Gorakshep. After checking in at Gorakshep's guest house and leaving all of your belongings there, you will walk to Everest Base Camp. It will take around 2 to 3 hours to reach Base Camp from Gorakshep. While visiting EBC, it is suggested that you pack enough water, use a flashlight, wear warm clothing, and carry additional equipment. There are a lot of expedition groups in the Everest Base Camp during the spring hiking season. While exploring the Khumbu Glacier and taking in the breathtaking mountain scenery around you, it is recommended to observe the Khumbu Icefall. From the Everest Base Camp, you cannot see Mount Everest itself but watching nearby mountain peaks will stun you. You need to return back to Gorakshep for overnight lodging.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 5 to 6 hours
  • 9 kilometers

Today, early in the morning, your EBC Trek without Dangerous Flight will head toward Kala Patthar for a spectacular dawn vista over mountain peaks including Mt. Everest (8,848.86m), Mt. Pumari (7,145m), Lingtren (6,695m), Khumbutse (6,623m), Changtse (7,550m), and Nuptse (7,879m). The Kala Patthar is quite challenging to ascend. To be rewarded with a once-in-a-lifetime experience and incredible natural beauty, it will take two hours of arduous ascent. The best vantage point to observe Mount Everest at its closest range is from Kala Patthar. After spending some time on the summit of the Kala Patthar, stroll to Gorakshep for breakfast before continuing your descent to the Pheriche, which will take 4 to 5 hours, and be at your accommodation for the night.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 4 to 5 hours
  • 13.5 kilometers

After breakfast, your road-based Everest Base Camp trekking will depart from Pheriche and descend down to Namche Bazaar. Even though it will take you 7 to 8 hours to complete the journey, you will enjoy the time spent retracing your steps and recalling the sights you have seen. Along the way, you will come across a number of streams, dense forests, exotic animals, stunning scenery, and so on. After a four-hour trek, you will likely eat lunch at Phungi Thanga before continuing on for another three hours to Namche Bazaar, where you will spend the night at a teahouse.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 7 to 8 hours
  • 12.5 kilometers

It will take around 6 to 7 hours to get from Namche Bazaar to Chaurikharka, your final destination for the day. It will be a long trek, as the majority of the route descends beside the Dudhkoshi River through a tropical forest and Sherpa hamlet. On your return trip to Chaurikharka, you will see the same countryside and mountain views once more. From the opposing directions, your perspective will be different. To ultimately get to Chaurikharka, you must once again pass through picturesque towns like Larja Dobjan, Monjo, Bengkar, Ghat, and Chheplung. After entering the teahouse in Chaurikharka, you may travel to Lukla, which is 20 minutes away, if you are interested in visiting the world's most perilous airport.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 6 to 7 hours
  • 18 kilometers

According to the Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Schedule, today is your last day of hiking. You will trek to Surke, which will take around 45 to an hour, after eating breakfast in Chaurikharka. From there, you will rise through the forest to the Paiya (Chutok). The trail then descends to Thamdanda for the following hour before continuing fairly straight to the Khari La. After entering the tea house in Thamdanda, our Guide will finalize the jeep journey to Kathmandu for the next day. You will have supper with crew members as you celebrate your accomplishment on this final day of hiking.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 4 to 5 hours
  • 27 kilometers

You will rise early today and take a four-wheel-drive Jeep to Kathmandu. The journey from Thamdanda to Salleri via the Kahrikhola, Jubing, and Andheri is difficult and takes 4 to 5 hours. However, you will switch to a jeep to return to Kathmandu, which will take 8 to 9 hours. While traveling from Salleri back to Kathmandu, you may take in the scenery. Arrive in Kathmandu in the evening, then spend the night there before continuing on to your next location.

  • Tea House or Lodge
  • Breakfast
  • 13 to 14 hours
  • 300 kilometers

Today, you will travel back to your home from Kathmandu and continue your adventure to many destinations across the world. We will drop you off at the airport three hours before your flight time. We hope you had a great time with us and made some wonderful memories. Thank you very much for joining us, and have a safe journey to your destination.

    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

    Cost Includes
    • International Airport picks up and drops off service
    • Required paperwork and Trekking permit for Sagarmatha National Park.
    • Local Government permits of Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality
    • Kathmandu to Thamdanda and back to Kathmandu by Jeep.
    • Trekking equipment during the trekking if needed.
    • Green Valley Nepal Trek Duffle Bag and T-Shirt as a souvenir
    • Three times meals (breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) during the trek.
    • Accommodation on a twin bed sharing with share toilet during the trek.
    • All expenses of an English-speaking Guide with a government license holder include food, accommodation, transportation, salary, and equipment.
    • Guide insurance for their happy journey.
    • A Trekking Map of Everest Base Camp Trip for a Group.
    • First Aid medical kit during trip
    • Tourist service charge, vat, Governments Tax, and official expanse if necessary.
    Cost Excludes
    • International airfare, visa, and travel insurance
    • Lunch and Dinner at Kathmandu
    • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu or on the trek for any reason (Early arrival or delay, early arrival from trek due to any reason)
    • Porter to carry your luggage during the trek (if you would like to take a porter it will cost you USD 300 for the whole trip which you could choose on the booking option)
    • Tips for Guide and Porter (expected from trekkers involved in Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight)
    Departure Dates
    • We have daily departures for this trip from March to May and from mid-September to mid-December. You can type in the number of passengers to book a reservation and select a date that is convenient for you. Due to group size, we never cancel a trip once you've made a reservation. If you would rather join the group, we will add more travelers on the selected date. You can let us know once you make a reservation or earlier.
    • If you want to cancel the trip for any reason, you can let us know at least 30 days in advance. Wewill refund your deposit. If you want to cancel the trip within a 30-day period, we will keep your deposit until you find out the next schedule.
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    Useful Info

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Best Time, Months, and Seasons

    • Spring (March, April, May)

    The spring is one of the best seasons for a trip to Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight. The beautiful weather in spring makes the excursion much more enjoyable. The weather is constant, so there are no sudden downpours that may endanger the walk. No weather-related challenges exist for trackers, such as heavy rain, snowfall, or other severe conditions. Another exciting aspect of spring trekking is the opportunity to see animals that emerge out of hibernation. The region is densely forested, and the walks are decorated with colorful flowers.

    • Autumn (September, October, November)

    Autumn is another favored time of year for Everest Base Camp Trek without a flight to Lukla. Because there are fewer weather-related issues like landslides, avalanches, and other things. Throughout the whole autumn, you will take in magnificent views of the snow-capped Alps. Trekkers can see these Himalayan monuments against a brilliant blue sky. This time of year, a safe and enjoyable trek is available in the serene Himalayan foothills in the locality. The nation also observes a variety of celebrations in the autumn. Trekkers will thus have the possibility to encounter various civilizations along the lovely cultural trails. You may discover more about the local settlements with the help of a knowledgeable guide.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Food and Meal Availability

    • Breakfast: During the trip, meals like pancakes, cornflakes, local bread, chapatti, porridge, egg dishes of any form (fried egg, scrambled egg, boiled egg, omelet), toast, Muesli with milk, hash brown potatoes, and so on are usually provided.
    • Lunch: Pancakes, cornflakes, local bread, chapatti, porridge, egg dishes of any kind (fried egg, scrambled egg, boiled egg, omelet), toast, Muesli with milk, hash brown potatoes, and so on are frequently supplied during the excursion.
    • Dinner: The dinner menu is identical to the lunch menu, but it includes soups such as tomato soup, mushroom soup, garlic soup, vegetable soup, chicken soup, and so on.
    • Drinks: You can get black tea, milk tea, lemon tea, ginger tea, mint tea, and so on for tea, and milk coffee or black coffee for coffee.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Accommodation Facilities

    In Kathmandu, you will share a room with another guest at a 3-star hotel. If you are hiking in groups and regularly participating, you will be placed in a room with a person of the same gender. If you prefer a single supplement, you can ask for one in Kathmandu while you are on foot along the route (that might cost extra besides the trip price stated). Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more details. During the Everest Base Camp Trekking without a flight to Lukla, you will stay at tea houses. Tea houses are a combination of lodging, dining establishment, and social hub. Little additional furniture, such as small tables or chairs, is present in the rooms other than twin beds. Usually, blankets are provided (it is recommended that you carry your own sleeping bags). The majority of bathrooms have a comfortable sitting or squatting toilets. The majority of the lodges have hot water for showers, although using hot showers incurs an extra cost.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Travel Insurance

    Travel insurance is required for EBC Trek without Lukla Flight. Prior to the start of the trip, each hiker is obligated to provide Green Valley Nepal Treks with a copy of their certificate of complete travel insurance coverage. The insurance must cover all costs associated with medical and emergency evacuation, as well as helicopter rescue operations up to a height of 6000 meters. Within a week of booking the Everest Base Camp Trek by Jeep, we require all participants to send us detailed insurance information. Based on your insurance policy and the other papers you provided to us, we'll quickly and effectively construct a rescue plan in the case of an emergency. Ask your insurance provider if they provide helicopter rescue and evacuation up to 6000 meters before buying travel insurance.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Altitude Sickness and Remedies

    Altitude sickness can occur when the body is unable to adjust to the low oxygen levels and high air pressure in high-altitude Mountains. Many hikers and mountain climbers get acute mountain sickness when the oxygen level starts to plummet at an altitude of 3000 meters. Numerous symptoms, including headaches, exhaustion, nausea, shortness of breath, wooziness, lack of sleep or trouble falling asleep, loss of appetite, and others, are associated with acute mountain sickness. Consider the following advice to prevent altitude sickness before heading to Everest Base Camp Trek by Road:

    • Keep yourself hydrated when hiking and stay away from alcohol because it dehydrates you.
    • Maintain a healthy diet throughout the trip.
    • Diamox, the most effective medicine for altitude sickness, should be brought along on the hike.
    • Don't hurry when hiking to a high altitude. You ought to walk carefully and slowly.
    • Before hiking at an elevation of more than 3,000 meters, acclimate appropriately.
    • If your body reveals any symptoms of altitude sickness, you must either stop immediately or lower some elevation.
    • Keeping yourself clean may also help you avoid altitude sickness.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Difficulty Level

    If you have never trekked before, especially in the Himalayas, the EBC Trek through the road may be difficult for you because you'll be taking risky, hazardous routes. You must hike for at least 5 to 6 hours each day on this excursion. The steep, tough terrain has many ups and downs. You need to be in excellent physical and mental shape for this expedition. Altitude sickness is a significant concern on every Nepal hiking trip. Trekkers are more prone to encounter altitude sickness since the routes go through locations that are more than 4000 meters above sea level.

    You will go over difficult, inaccessible, steep, and harsh terrain on the road-based EBC trekking paths. You must overcome these obstacles if you want to build your abdominal muscles. Along the route, the hikers will face a range of difficulties, including rocky terrain, meadows, deep valleys, and roadways covered in rocks. Additionally, they will come across small cliffs and other dangerous terrains. These long walks will be difficult for most hikers. Someone who has never hiked in these conditions would find it difficult to cover such a large distance.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Packing, Essentials, Gear, and Requirements

    The following is a short list of essentials to remember to bring on your Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight:

    • Sunglasses, sun hat, woolen cap, or balaclava
    • Inner and outer gloves
    • Towel, flip-flop or rubber sandal, toiletries
    • Rucksack or daypack (30 liters) with a waterproof cover
    • Trekking pants and waterproof trousers
    • T-shirts or shirts
    • Down Jacket
    • Wind/ waterproof light jacket
    • Fleece jumper or jacket
    • Headlamp, power bank, and extra batteries
    • Sun protection cream, wet wipes, and hand sanitizer
    • Inner Thermal (top and trousers)
    • Socks and underwear
    • Water bottles and water purification tablets
    • Sleeping bag liner

    Here are some more items to consider adding to your packing list: Recommended Packing List for Nepal Trekking

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Safety Majors

    We ensure the protection and safety of our clients during Everest Base Camp Trek using Jeep. The trustworthy organization Green Valley Nepal Treks takes the following safety measures:

    • The trek leaders and guides can ensure your comfort, safety, and security as they have years of experience leading treks.
    • We provide each and every one of our guides with wilderness first aid training.
    • Throughout the walk, our leader will encourage and inspire you.
    • We evaluate the cleanliness of the meals and housing in hiking destinations.
    • We have every piece of equipment, gear, and first aid kit that might require during the trek.
    • Our trek leaders have the right to either cancel or continue the trip if someone feels sick from the altitude.

    Everest Base Camp Trek by Road Booking Procedure

    The Nepalese trekking and adventure company Green Valley Nepal Treks is licensed by the government. We also collaborate with a number of regional and worldwide tourist organizations, so anybody interested in an adventure is invited to reserve a spot on our Everest Base Camp Trek without Lukla Flight and become a member of our family. You must pay a deposit of 10% of the total trip cost to complete your booking for the Everest Base Camp Trek via Road with us. This is done in order to guarantee all bookings, including those for lodging, guides, trekking permits, transportation, and other services. When you arrive, you may quickly pay the balance in cash or with a credit card. Additionally, we would like to ask that you submit all necessary paperwork, including copies of your passport and travel insurance policies, at the time of booking.

    What our travelers saysClient Reviews
    • TripAdvisor

      Everything Was Just Amazing With the GVNT

      The staff is amazing, the Services - to the to-the-point, the food - deliciously fulfilling, the accommodation, and guides - helpful and cheerful, and the package - affordable and reasonable, that’s all I can say about the Everest Base Camp trek by road with Green Valley Nepal Trek.

      There was not even a single moment where I remember being dissatisfied with GVNT’s services and the guide’s and porter’s response. I loved walking to the base of the tallest mountain and returned with a dream of reaching Everest’s summit one day.

      If I ever again plan to visit Nepal for any tourism purpose, I would look no further than Green Valley Nepal Treks to arrange my journey and accommodation there. They have the perfect idea about how a person from any other country will be satisfied and would like to visit their country time and again.

      Thanks, Arjun and Raj, guides, and all who helped me reach the Everest Base Camp in such an amazing itinerary with so less physical strain than I thought I would have to give to reach 5364 meters above sea level.

      BristolMay 15, 2024United States
    • TrustPilot

      Lovely Experience to EBC on Jeep with GVNT

      The drive from Kathmandu to Thamdanda was awesome and followed by the Everest Base Camp Trek just left me completely wordless. Seriously, I cannot even explain the beauty of the EBC trek and the view of Mount Everest peak from Kala Patthar. Even if I close my eyes after that trek, I see the white peak of Mt. Everest.

      GVNT also perfectly managed food and accommodation during the trek. I got all that I asked for. Even in such cold regions, the lodges had such cozy and warm rooms, and hot water showers, and most amazingly, even in those high and almost inaccessible areas, I got a WiFi connection.

      Before the trek, I had very little idea about the gear, equipment, and techniques of trekking but Arjun made me crystal clear about those requirements. Also, the guides helped me gain motivation throughout the Everest Base Camp Trek.

      There is nothing more than anyone can expect from a trekking agency in Nepal so, I absolutely love the trek arranged by GVNT.

      LivingstonApril 15, 2024United States
    • We promise to keep all hikers happy, safe, and secure. Our teams are well-trained in first aid, and they are equipped with all the gear, supplies, and first aid kits required. Oximeters are also used to track altitude sickness symptoms. In an emergency, we will fly you back from this great height using a helicopter.

    • Yes. Sagarmatha National Park permit and Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit are necessary. You may rely on Green Valley Nepal Treks to assist you with all the documentation required to obtain these permits.

    • Travel insurance is required for this trip. Prior to the start of the trip, each hiker is required to give Green Valley Nepal Treks a copy of their certificate of complete travel insurance coverage. The insurance must cover all costs associated with medical and emergency evacuation, as well as helicopter rescue operations up to a height of 6000 meters.

    • Although there is no restriction on age, we do not advise bringing young children up high. The health of a youngster might be severely affected. But you also need to be in good physical shape and be optimistic. A delicate medical condition, such as heart or lung problems, is another condition for which we do not advise this trek.

    • We advise you to limit the weight of your trek luggage to no more than 15 kilograms. A maximum of 30 kilograms can be carried by each porter. We assign 1 porter to transport 2 duffel bags for clients. Please be aware that for the flight to Lukla, you are only permitted 15 kg of luggage, including your handbag. You will be charged extra for overage luggage.

    • Yes, majority of tea houses will charge a nominal fee for internet access. Although the WI-FI service may not be extremely quick, you can check for urgent messages or updates that are relevant to your job.

    • On the trails, bottled water is widely and cheaply accessible, however, certain trek areas do not allow plastic bottles. Therefore, we advise you to take a water bottle that you may fill with boiling or filtered water. Additionally, we urge you to use water purification pills or drops, which you may either bring from your home country or purchase in Kathmandu.

    • Yes, you can eat vegetarian cuisine with no issues as most lodges provide vegetarian dishes. To prevent food poisoning, we constantly advise our clients to consume vegetarian meals. Eating large, meat-based meals at a high altitude is not very healthy.

    • In general, credit cards are not widely accepted in Nepal, hence their utility is minimal. In Kathmandu, there are ATMs where you may withdraw rupees at a favorable exchange rate. In addition to whatever fees your bank may impose, Kathmandu's ATMs typically impose a $5 USD service charge. These ATMs also commonly have a restriction of 25,000 rupees per day (approximately $215 USD).

    • Any number can participate in the Everest Base Camp Trek. We at Green Valley Nepal Treks are prepared to lead this journey whether there are one hiker or a hundred. Four persons who can share the expense of the Jeep from Kathmandu to the beginning location of the trip and return make up a very ideal trekking team.

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