Everest Trek Cost for Indians - 14 Days

  • Duration 14 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Challenging
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Meals 11 Breakfasts, 11 Lunches, and 12 Dinners
  • Accommodation Hotesl, Tea House, or Lodge
  • Max. Altitude 5545 Meters (Kala Patthar)
  • Activity Trekking
  • Group Type Any
  • Group Size 1 to 10
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Fly into Lukla's high-altitude Hilary Tenzing Airport.
  • During the trip to Lukla, get an aerial glimpse of the Khumbu area.
  • The Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefalls will astound you with their icy beauty.
  • Trek through Sagarmatha National Park, which is home to numerous flora and wildlife species.
  • Discover Namche Bazar, the start of all Everest trips.
  • Sherpa culture and traditions are fascinating to learn about.
  • High-suspension bridges, prayer wheels, colorful flags, and Mani stones are all worth seeing.
  • Visit the oldest and the biggest monastery in the Khumbu region, the Tengboche monastery
  • Travel to Everest Base Camp, which is located at the base of the world's tallest peak, Mt. Everest.
  • Hike to Kalapatthar for a stunning dawn and a 360-degree panorama of Mount Everest.
  • Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Pumori, and Mt. Kongde are all visible from here.

Everest trekking has recently grown in popularity among Indians. Being neighbors, Nepal and India have unique benefits in services, including the whole trek experience, as well as shared cultural affinities and ease of access. Our newly crafted trekking itinerary Mount Everest Trek Cost for Indians was created exclusively for our customers from India. The Everest Trek for Indians is without a doubt the trip of a lifetime and one of the top trekking destinations in Nepal.

The trek to Base Camp will take 8 days from Lukla and will follow the well-known trekking route of Everest. You will pass via spectacular suspension bridges, enigmatic Buddhist temples, and the homes of the remarkable and hardworking Sherpa people on your journey to the Base Camp, which is located at 5364 meters and is the base of the world's tallest mountain. Some of the tallest and most beautiful mountains in the world will be visible during your Everest Trek Cost for Indians Trip. In addition to Mount Everest, other notable peaks that may be seen while trekking are Lhotse (8501 m), Makalu (8463 m), Cho Oyu (8153 m), and Ama Dablam (6856 m).

Since our trekking package named Everest Trek Cost for Indians offers the greatest opportunity to get close to the highest mountain in the world, certainly makes for an excellent adventure vacation for those from India. Every mountain trekker has the goal of reaching Everest Base Camp, and we are providing that opportunity at a reasonable budget. When you witness breathtakingly spectacular vistas and an alpine environment unlike any other, including a glacial moraine, a fierce blue river, rhododendron and pine forests, and many others, you will understand that you made the right choice.

Nearly all significant treks include a network of tea houses where you may spend the night and enjoy hearty, freshly prepared meals. Without a guide and porter, you may trek on your own if you are physically fit and know how to deal with altitude sickness. If you're thinking about doing the Everest Base Camp trip alone, you need to budget your money wisely. Bring enough money for your food and accommodation. The reason for this is that the temptations of excessive pricing for food, drink, and facilities rise as you proceed higher up.

Everest Trek for Indians is far more affordable when compared to most other nations.  To begin with, Indian nationals do not require a visa to enter Nepal, and there are several methods to reach Kathmandu. If taking a flight is pricey, individuals may choose to use public transportation or even carry their own automobile. Indian trekkers enjoy an advantage because their permits and travel costs are reduced by a third. The cost is much lower despite the fact that the cost of food and accommodation is the same.

The journey of the Everest Trek Cost for Indians starts with an exhilarating 35-minute flight to Lukla. You will pass through beautiful, well-known Sherpa settlements like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche Lobuche, and Gorakshep as well as through agricultural fields, and historic monasteries, and get up-close views of majestic mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Thamserku, Island Peak, Nuptse, and others. The view from the top of Kalapatthar is breathtaking, offering magnificent panoramic views of the vast Himalayas as well as early morning vistas. Our Everest Trek Cost for Indian Package is one of the most well-liked treks and has always been one of the most affordable options for hikers. Our Everest Trek itinerary for Indians includes lodging in both teahouses and lodges. You will be accompanied on your tour by a group of knowledgeable Sherpa trekking guides and porters who will take care of everything while being aware of your overall needs and interests.

As an Indian passport holder embarking on the incredible journey of Everest trekking, it's crucial to be aware of the varying altitudes of different landmarks along the route. Understanding these altitudes can greatly assist in making informed decisions about acclimatization and itinerary planning. To familiarize yourself with these vital details, we recommend visiting our comprehensive Everest Base Camp Trek Map with Altitude Details. This resource will provide you with essential information about the major locations on the path to Everest Base Camp (EBC). By studying this map, you will gain valuable insights that can help you acclimate effectively and carefully plan your adventure.

Benefits of Booking Everest Trek for Indians with us

  • International and Domestic Airport Pickup And Drop off service
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek Duffle Bag
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek T-Shirt
  • Free Everest Base Camp Trek Map
  • An Oximeter to Check Blood Oxygen Saturation Levels.
  • Medical Kits - Which May Be Necessary In Certain Cases.
  • Free Excess Luggage Storing At Green Valley Nepal Store During The Trek

What You Can Expect from Everest Trek for Indians?

  • For the Everest Trek for Indians plan, Lukla acts as the departure point. From Kathmandu to Lukla, a flight is required. The plane will land at Lukla Airport, one of the most dangerous airports in the world.
  • The Sagarmatha National Park will be traversed throughout your trek. The UNESCO Natural Heritage Site, which is a national park, is covered with alpine flora. Rhododendron, blue pine, fir, juniper, bamboo, and birch trees all grow there. You must go through these woods on your way to Everest Base Camp.
  • There are several magnificent mountains in the Everest region. On this Mount Everest Trek for Indians, you will go to Kala Patthar. Kala Patthar offers the most beautiful vista of Everest.
  • In the Everest area, Tibetan Buddhist Sherpas are common. You will have many opportunities to learn about the regional culture if you visit the Tengboche Monastery. By viewing the monastery and the tourists, you may discover more about the rich cultural legacy of this region.
  • This stroll will provide you with a very rare opportunity to see Khumbu's residents' long-standing way of life, culture, and customs.

For whom Everest Trekking for Indian Package is Suitable?

The Everest Trekking package for Indian tourists is suitable for individuals or groups from India who are interested in trekking and exploring the majestic Everest region in Nepal. This package caters specifically to Indian travelers and takes into account their preferences and requirements.

  • Adventure Enthusiasts: If you enjoy outdoor activities and have a passion for trekking, the Everest region offers a challenging and rewarding experience. The package includes long hikes, high-altitude trails, and stunning natural beauty.
  • Nature Lovers: If you appreciate natural landscapes and want to witness the grandeur of the Himalayas up close, this package provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of the Everest region.
  • Fitness Enthusiasts: The trek to Everest Base Camp requires a good level of physical fitness and stamina. If you are physically active and enjoy challenging yourself, this package can be a great fit for you.
  • Cultural Explorers: The Everest region is not only famous for its mountains but also for its rich Sherpa culture. If you are interested in learning about different cultures and meeting local people, this package offers a chance to interact with the Sherpa community and experience their way of life.
  • Indian Travelers: This package is specifically designed for Indian tourists, taking into account their preferences, dietary requirements, and cultural aspects. It offers a familiar environment while exploring a foreign destination.

Preparation For the Package Mount Everest Trekking for Indian

Taking into account that you will have to walk for an average of 5 to 6 hours every day for 11 days on uneven terrain while carrying a bag that weighs at least 6 kg. You'll need to start building up your stamina and strength a few months ahead of schedule. Plan a training routine that includes going up and down hills while carrying a backpack weighing 6 to 12 kg at least once every week.

More hill training can help your muscles and legs get ready for the trek. It is essential because, at higher altitudes, where there is less oxygen, your lungs cannot adequately oxygenate your muscles. If you want to successfully reach Base Camp and avoid disturbing other trekkers, start exercising, lifting weights, and walking while carrying a heavy knapsack. Even experienced climbers plan for a challenge like this.

Thoughtful planning is a key part of the 14-day trek to Everest for Indians, so take that in mind as well. Even while the journey cannot be compared to climbing Everest, it is a challenging trek with a high degree of difficulty that lasts for several days. Be prepared for common events, continuously shifting weather, and a significant chance of altitude sickness.

Everest Trek Cost for Indians 2024 and 2025

Everest Base Camp Trek is a popular adventure trek for Indians. Almost 70% of Indian travelers are doing an EBC trek on their Nepal holidays. Green Valley Nepal Treks offers Everest Trek at a special cost for Indian people that starts from INR 55,000 per person, please follow for the details:

No. of PaxStarting PriceAction
1INR 77,000Send Inquiry
2 to 4INR 70,000 per Person Send Inquiry
5 to 8INR 65,000 per Person Send Inquiry
9 to 12INR 62,000 per personSend Inquiry

To get an Indian discount please WHATSAPP US (Arjun Pandey, 24hrs)

Day to Day Itinerary
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  • Standard Hotel
  • Breakfast, and Farewell Dinner

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

    Cost Includes
    • Pickup from Kathmandu International Airport as per yout arrival date and time. 
    • 2 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu at Standard Hotel with Breakfast (Twin Sharing Base)
    • Flight ticket to Lukla from Kathmandu including airport transfer to domestic airport
    • All permits such as National Park, TIMS Permit, and local
    • 11 nights’ accommodation during the trek (Twin Sharing Base)
    • 3 times meals a day such as Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the trekking
    • Duffel bag, Sleeping Bag, and Down Jacket (return after completing the trip))
    • First Aid and Eco trained English Speaking professionals to guide with medical kit
    • Staffs insurance, well-paid salary, equipment, food & Hotel, etc.
    • Flight ticket to Kathmandu from Lukla including pickup from the domestic airport
    • Certificate of achievement (If needed)
    • Purified drinking water (Ef-Chlor – water purification tablet)
    • Free luggage stored at Green Valley Nepal Store During the Trek
    • Farewell dinner in a Nepali restaurant in Thamel
    • Transfer to the airport at your departure date and time
    Cost Excludes
    • International airfare, Nepal visa fee, and any kind of insurance
    • Lunch, Dinner, and Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu
    • Porter to carry your luggage, if you would like to take a porter it will cost USD 220 per porter (One can carry a maximum of 25 KG)
    • Tips for Staff (it is expected at the end of your Everest Trek for Indians)
    Add-ons & Options

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    • 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.
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    Useful Info

    Best Time to Participate in Everest Trek for Indian

    All seasons have seen successful hikes on the Everest Base Camp. Autumn and spring are the two months that notice the most visitors. But there are other major tourist seasons in the winter and the summer, only at specific periods.

    • Spring (March, April, and May):

    The best time of year to go on the 14-day Everest Trek for Indians is in the spring. March, April, and May are the months of this season. High-altitude climbs are exciting because of the pleasant weather throughout these months. Rhododendrons are vivid throughout paths, and there are pleasing vistas of the Himalayas when the sky is clear. New growth in the landscape is brought on by seasonal changes, like blossoming forest pathways and gushing river banks.

    • Autumn (September, October, and November):

    Due to the gorgeous sky, pleasant temperatures, and little possibility of snowfall, autumn is the greatest season for Indians to trek to the Base of Mount Everest. The autumn season spans the months of September, October, and November. Winter air is steadily descending into the Himalayas, making the temperature lower than it was in April. It is the post-monsoon season, so there are a lot of hikers on the trails from all over the world.

    Food or Meal during Mount Everest Trek for Indian

    Your Everest Trek Cost for Indians Package's most expensive component is probably the cost of meals. While you must pick from all-inclusive menus, every teahouse and lodge serves wonderful warm cuisine. For instance, the locally accessible Dal Bhat, which is made of rice, dal, and veggies. Everything, including momo, oatmeal, pizza, dessert, fried rice, roti with curry, and so on.

    Because the Everest Base Camp Trek is at a high altitude, you shouldn't anticipate finding a large range of Western food there. Additionally, it would be best if you avoided eating meat meals when traveling because they aren't always fresh and hygienic. Food becomes more expensive as you ascend. Eat some dal bhat if you are very hungry since it's filling and you may eat as much as you want of it. You should also bring your favorite snacks, such as chocolate bars, dried fruits, mint, etc.

    Accommodation Facility on Mount Everest Trek for Indian

    You will spend the night at a teahouse or lodge while on the Everest Trek for Indians. There are two beds in each of these little lodges. Depending on the locations and teahouses, one lodge may hold up to 25 to 30 guests at once. A tea house room at the Everest base camp typically costs between NPR 500 and NPR 1000 per day. NPR 1500 to NPR 2000 at high altitudes, depending on the area, and if you're hiking during the busiest season, the price can go up.

    You can find extremely modest accommodations in Lobuche and Gorakshep on a twin-sharing arrangement. In the busy season, you may need to adjust on a multiple-share basis. However, keep in mind that all meals, especially supper, and breakfast, must be eaten in the teahouse or lodge where you are staying.

    Challenges and Difficulties During Everest Trek for Indian

    For someone who has years of experience going on long walks while carrying a large knapsack, the way may be quite easy. On the other hand, people without access to hills or who aren't used to regular exercise like hiking will need to put in a lot of work to prepare for this trip, which will definitely be challenging. Additionally, you should be aware of the impacts of altitude sickness and shifting climates. Since the hike takes you above the 5000-meter threshold, everything is uncertain. The daily ascent and descent will be challenging for beginners. Since the trek comprises solely strenuous physical walking without any technical components, prior mountaineering experience is not necessary. However, you must be motivated and dedicated in order to complete the 14-day journey in the Himalayas.

    Requirements of Travel Insurance for Mount Everest Trek for Indian

    Everest Trek for Indians reaches up to 5550 meters at Kalapatthar and 5364 meters at Base Camp. Therefore, before leaving your home country, it is strongly advised that you purchase all-inclusive travel insurance for this adventure.

    The Everest Journey involves a range of dangers, such as altitude sickness, accidents, and canceled flights, in addition to extreme weather fluctuations. It might be risky to trip, strain a muscle, or get altitude sickness. Finding a doctor to treat your illness at such a high altitude may require spending absurd sums of money, even for the most simple conditions. Your flight costs might double or even triple if you need to be rescued from a helicopter. There is also a chance for other types of accidents, such as theft, damaged luggage, and canceled flights. As a result, we strongly advise that you get EBC Trek travel insurance because there are so many things that may go wrong on an unpleasant day.

    Altitude Sickness and Remedies on Everest Trek for Indian

    To minimize altitude sickness on the Everest Trek Journey for Indians, follow these pieces of advice from our expert trekking guides and trip planners.

    • Trekkers can get their bodies acclimated by hiking and ascending steadily. They may become exhausted as a result of too much rushed walking, and this might be a key cause of developing altitude sickness.
    • You should hike as high as possible for your acclimatization rest and then return to a lower elevation for nighttime sleep. Proper Acclimatization rest not only helps to prevent altitude sickness but also aids the body in recovering exhausted muscles and adjusting to the shifting oxygen levels.
    • During the hike, it is strongly encouraged that you do not consume alcohol or smoke. Alcohol, cigarettes, and tobacco use deplete the body's water reserves. It also slows down and makes you feel tired. It eventually leads to altitude sickness.
    • Drink lots of warm water to avoid altitude sickness in high areas. Every half-hour of walking, you should drink 500 ml of water.
    • During high-altitude trekking, many individuals lose their appetite and eat very little. It's quite risky. Increase your intake of liquid foods and avoid emptying your stomach. It's easier to avoid altitude sickness if you eat well.
    • It's possible that a psychological factor has contributed to your illness. As a result, be ready and optimistic. Instead of dwelling on your bad thoughts, take in the beautiful environment. Maintain a pleasant attitude by conversing with your fellow trekkers or guide.

    Mount Everest Trek for Indian Packing List

    The following is a short list of essentials to remember to bring on your Everest Trek for Indians Trip:

    • 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

    Mount Everest Trek for Indian Booking Procedure

    Government-approved trek and tour operator company, Green Valley Nepal Treks has been offering these services for over ten years in Nepal. Both the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN) recognize us as members. As a result, you may confidently reserve our Everest Trek Cost for Indian Package. To reserve a trip, we need a deposit equal to 20% of the total cost. Within a week of making your reservation, please email us copies of essential papers you may have, such as your passport, passport-size photos, travel insurance, and arrival and departure flight information. You may make a payment on our website via bank transfer, western union, or online. You have three payment options when you land in Nepal: cash, bank transfer, and credit card. For your convenience, we will also email you payment information, including the method of payment and the total amount. 

    What our travelers saysClient Reviews
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      Everest Trek for Indians with Green Valley Nepal Treks

      I did the Everest Trek for Indians with Green Valley Nepal Treks. The arrangements made were terrific and the itinerary planned was great. The guide Sapta Tamang was a fantastic person, we got to trek together a lot. It was a truly memorable experience and I am definitely coming back to Nepal again in the next couple of years for some climbing. I totally recommend Green Valley.

      Ravi JosiMay 10, 2023India
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      Green Valley Nepal has Truly Been Exceptional

      Arjun made my trip of a lifetime, a literal trip of a lifetime! He's helped us every step of the way as the weather in the Himalayas is unpredictable and changes rapidly. Green Valley Nepal has truly been exceptional in terms of communication, service, accommodation, friendliness, and rates. I have made lifelong friends with our guides, porters, and of course, Arjun. Thank you for everything!

      Suresh PatelMay 02, 2023India
    • No, travelers with Indian passports do not need a visa to enter Nepal. It is significant to remember that entry into Nepal requires a visa for nationals of the majority of other countries.

    • The duration of this trek can vary depending on the itinerary and the trekking route chosen. On average, it takes around 12-14 days to complete the trek. However, it is recommended to allocate a few extra days for acclimatization and unexpected weather conditions.

    • The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season from March to May and the post-monsoon (autumn) season from September to November. These months offer favorable weather conditions, clear skies, and stable temperatures, making the trek more enjoyable. However, it's important to check weather forecasts and consult with local trekking agencies for up-to-date information.

    • The Everest trek is considered moderately challenging. It involves hiking at high altitudes, which can be physically demanding. Proper physical fitness training and acclimatization are crucial for a successful trek. It's advisable to consult with a trekking agency and follow their recommended itinerary to ensure a safe and comfortable experience.

    • For trekking in the Everest region, you will need two permits: the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or at the entry point of the national park. Your trekking agency or guide can assist you in obtaining these permits.

    • Yes, altitude sickness is a potential risk when trekking to higher altitudes. It is important to acclimatize properly, ascend gradually, and stay hydrated throughout the trek. It is recommended to consult with a trekking agency or a medical professional to understand the symptoms and precautions related to altitude sickness.

    • Along the trekking route, there are teahouses and lodges that provide basic accommodation and meals. These teahouses offer a warm bed, blankets, and common dining areas. The facilities may vary, but they generally provide a comfortable place to rest and refuel during the trek.

    • Proper trekking gear and equipment are essential for a comfortable and safe journey. Some of the essential items include sturdy trekking boots, warm clothing (including layers), a down jacket, a sleeping bag, a backpack, a trekking pole, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a water bottle. It's important to pack lightweight and functional gear and consider the weather conditions during your trekking season.

    • It is highly recommended to have travel insurance that covers trekking activities, including emergency medical evacuation, in case of any unforeseen circumstances or accidents. Check the policy details to ensure that it includes adequate coverage for high-altitude trekking and any specific requirements of the Everest region.

    • The cost of the Everest Base Camp trek can vary depending on various factors such as the trekking route, duration, level of services, and the inclusion of a guide or porter. We are offering this package at INR 58000 per person if you are in a group of 5 to 10 people.

    • Yes, if you wish to extend your trek beyond Everest Base Camp, there are several options available. You can consider trekking to other high-altitude destinations in the region, such as Gokyo Lakes, and Cho La Pass, or even attempting the Everest Three Passes trek. These extensions offer additional challenges and opportunities to explore more of the Everest region.

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