12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

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12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek
At a Glance
  • Duration12 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude 5555 Meters
  • Group Size Up to 10 Pax
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu

The 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek will take you to the base camp of the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest. Following in the footsteps of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, this journey assures you an adventure of a lifetime, introducing you to an enchanting culture, flawless beauty, and the best of the wilderness.

You will get to witness the tallest peak in the world right before your eyes during this journey. The blooming rhododendron forests, pine forests, shimmering rivers, incredible waterfalls, glaciers, and Buddhist monasteries along the trail make this trip even more exceptional.

The 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking begins with the 30-minute dramatic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, an entry point of the Everest Region. The exciting journey filled with adventure starts moving towards Phakding. You will then continue toward Namche bazaar, which is a famous Sherpa village where you get to experience the breathtaking scenery, culture, and lifestyles of Sherpa.

The colorful trekking trail through rhododendron forests leads you to Tengboche. You will get to visit an ancient Buddhist monastery in Tengboche, and moving forward, passing through villages like Dingboche and Lobuche, you will trace your steps to the base camp.

A wondrous view of the world’s deepest glacier with an elevation of 4900 m can be seen, along with the majestic views of several peaks from the base camp. After all, the journey also takes you to the famous vantage point of the region, Kalapathar, from where you'll get an incredible sunrise view over the Himalayas.

After relishing the serene surroundings at Kala Patthar, you will then descend back to Lukla, following the same trail, and then fly back to Kathmandu. Get ready to have the best time with our 12-day Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary and experience an adventure of a lifetime.

Major highlights of the 12-Day Everest Base Camp Trek in 2024 and 2025

  • Get breathtaking views of Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks.
  • Explore traditional Sherpa villages in the Everest region.
  • Visit Tengboche Monastery, which is the largest Buddhist monastery in the region.
  • Hike to Kala Patthar and get stunning sunrise views of Everest.
  • Immerse yourself in Sherpa culture and hospitality.
  • Experience diverse flora and fauna in Sagarmatha National Park.

Things to look forward to on the Everest Base Camp 12 Days Itinerary

There are lots of things you can expect on the Everest Base Camp 12 Days Trek. The first and foremost thing to look forward to is the breathtaking scenery you'll be treated to throughout the journey.

You will be treated to the majestic views of the Himalayan mountain range, including the mighty Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and several other towering peaks.

Another thing to look forward to is the rich Sherpa culture. You'll have the chance to explore Namche Bazaar, visit Tengboche Monastery, and also explore several other culturally significant landmarks in the region.

The top highlight of the trek is reaching Everest Base Camp and hiking to the highest vantage point of the region, Kala Patthar. Standing at the foot of the world's highest peak and witnessing the tallest peaks right before your eyes is truly an incredible experience.

Is the Everest Base Camp Trek 12 Days Itinerary right for you?

The 12 days Everest Base Camp trekking is suitable for physically fit individuals who are looking for a moderately challenging trek to the Himalayas.

The journey requires you to have a good level of fitness, as you'll be trekking for several hours each day on steep and diverse terrain. If you are ready to challenge yourself and seek an adventure of a lifetime by traversing the highest trekking trail in the world, then the Everest base camp trek 12 days itinerary is perfect for you.

What does a day during the 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek looks like?

A typical day during the 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek begins with having breakfast in the scenic environment. After breakfast, the trek begins as you follow the trail that takes you through lush green forests, suspension bridges, and several traditional settlements.
 
The trekking days can vary in duration but usually involve 5-7 hours of walking, with breaks in between. You will have lunch at one of the charming Sherpa villages while witnessing the stunning views of the Himalayas. After lunch, you will continue the trek. The trail can be challenging at times, with uphill climbs and rocky paths, but the breathtaking scenery keeps you motivated all along.

Upon reaching the designated tea house or lodge, you will spend the rest of the evening relaxing, resting, and enjoying the mountain views. Overall, the days during the Everest base camp are filled with excitement and thrills.

The difficulty level of the 12-day Everest Base Camp Trip

The 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trip is considered moderately difficult. It requires a good level of physical fitness and stamina, as you'll be walking for around 5 to 6 hours each day.

The trail includes steep ascents and descents and rocky and uneven terrain at high altitudes. Thus, you should be fit enough to walk the diverse terrain at high altitudes.

The altitude gain throughout the trek also adds to the challenge, and proper acclimatization is essential to avoid altitude sickness. However, our Everest base camp trek 12-day itinerary includes a few rest days in between to prevent the risk of altitude sickness.

Acclimatization and safety during the Mount Everest Base Camp Trek 12 Days Itinerary

Acclimatization and safety are crucial aspects of the 12 days Everest Trek itinerary. As you will be trekking at an altitude of above 5000 m, it is necessary to have acclimatization and rest days in between.

Our itinerary includes planned acclimatization days at certain points along the trek to allow your body to adjust to the high altitude gradually. These rest days are kept to minimize the chance of altitude sickness.

Furthermore, it is important to follow a gradual ascent, allowing your body time to adjust to the thinning air. We also suggest our clients keep themselves hydrated throughout the trek and avoid the consumption of alcoholic beverages.

You should listen to your guide's advice and pay attention to your body's signals during the trek. Our team will make sure that your safety is the top priority during the trek. Thus, you can rest assured of having an adventure of a lifetime. In cases of severe sickness, you will be brought down to a lower altitude by our team immediately.

How can you prepare for the Everest Base Camp Trek 12 days?

To prepare for the Everest Base Camp Trek 12 days, you should first focus on building your overall physical fitness and endurance. You can begin by engaging in regular exercises like hiking, running, cycling, or swimming that will help strengthen your stamina.

If it is possible, you can go on short hikes and treks to get used to walking in diverse terrain and at high altitude. It's crucial to acclimatize your body to high altitudes, so considering hikes at higher elevations can be very helpful for the journey.

Additionally, you should be mentally prepared for any challenges that might occur during the trek. Also, make sure to familiarize yourself with all the gear and equipment of the trip to have a convenient trekking time.

Benefits of choosing us for Everest Base Camp Trekking 12 Days

  • We have trained and knowledgeable guides with years of experience leading the trip to the Everest region.
  • We have a safety-focused approach, always keeping our client's safety at the top.
  • All our packages can be customized according to each trekker's time and preference.
  • We focus on small group sizes for personalized attention.
  • We have strong local connections to provide you with an authentic trekking experience.
  • We give high emphasis on sustainable travel practices and environmental sustainability.
  • We have competitive costs and provide value for money.
  • We offer 24/7 customer support during the trek.
  • We give pre-trip online and offline briefings.

Itinerary

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  • Max Altitude:2620m
  • Time:3-4 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Early morning take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the gateway of the Everest region. Upon reaching meet the rest of the team members and start your adventurous journey to Phakding. Pass through the charming villages, suspension bridges and amazing rivers along the way. Catch a glimpse of the beautiful Himalayas before reaching Phakding. Overnight in Phakding.

  • Max Altitude:3440m
  • Time:6-7 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Begin your day trekking towards Namche bazaar, the main trading centre of the Everest (Khumbu) region. You will be passing through a beautiful pine forest and village cross suspension bridge that takes you alongside Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi River. Then, ascend a steep trail before arriving at Namche Bazaar. From there you can get astounding views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Kangtenga and Mt. Everest. Learn their cultures and lifestyles during your stay. Overnight in Namche Bazaar.

  • Max Altitude:3440m
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Here is the first day separated for the rest and acclimatization. Relax your body on this day. At the same time acquire knowledge about the culture, traditions and lifestyles of the Sherpa people. To acclimatize your body you will be hiking toward Everest View Hotel to observe the mesmerizing sunrise views over the Himalayas and also a glimpse of Mt. Everest. Enjoy lunch at the top where you're surrounded by the Himalayan views. Trek back to Namche Bazaar overnight.

  • Max Altitude:3867m
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Start the day after breakfast and head to Tengboche. The panoramic day of the trail passes through the small settlement of Sanasa and makes way to Phunkithanga. Along the way you are rewarded by the glittering views of Everest and Ama Dablam which makes you feel wonderful and also energizes you. Cross suspension bridges over Dudh Koshi River and then steep climb through pine and juniper forest, you'll walk about 2hrs to reach Tengboche. After reaching, first of all, visit the biggest ancient monasteries in the region. See how the Buddhist prayer prays every day. Overnight in Tengboche.

  • Max Altitude:4410m
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today you will reach an elevation of 4360m as you hike to Dingboche. Walk through the rhododendron forests enjoying the great views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Lhotse and Kantenga. Cross the suspension bridge over the Imja Khola and pass the villages like Pangboche. Then the route continues through the meadow to Dingboche. After about 5 hrs of trekking finally, you reach Dingboche. Overnight in Dingboche.

  • Max Altitude:4410
  • Time:2-3 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

A special day for travelers detached to rest and acclimatize bodies. On this day you can explore Dingboche and also you can participate in one of the optional hikes to Chukkung Valley or Nangkartshang Peak. Overnight in Dingboche.

  • Max Altitude:5000m
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today's trail is a bit difficult as you have to climb about 3 hrs to reach Lobuche. Start a gradual climb to Dughla. Along the way, you will get to see a memorial dedicated to Sherpa and the trekkers who lost their lives in the Himalayas. See the panoramic views of Cholatse Peak, Taboche Peak and Lobuche Peak and Stand right in front of Mt. Nuptse before reaching Lobuche. Overnight in Lobuche.

  • Max Altitude:5200M/5364M
  • Time:7-8 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

A beautiful thrilling day of this trek starts moving towards Gorakshep via Khumbu Glaciers. Enjoy lunch at Gorak Shep and then head to the base camp of the world's highest mountain. As you are reaching your dream destination the elevation also gets higher up to (5364m). The trail is also amazing and surpasses through the terrain sprinkling rocks, moraines, streams and glaciers. Finally reached the Everest Base Camp located in between Khumbu glaciers.  Enjoy your day seeing the great view of the Khumbu glacier and icefall. Spend your time enjoying all the views that the base camp offers. Return back to Gorakshep and stay overnight.

  • Max Altitude:4200M
  • Time:7-8 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Wake up early morning to hike up to Kala Patthar for sunrise views and the magnificent mountain views. Climb Kalapathar(5600m) and witness the stunning sunrise views over Mt. Everest and other snow-capped peaks. From there you will get the closest glamorous views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt, Nuptse and many more. Capture memories at the top of Kalapatthar and then retrace your footsteps back to Gorakshep. Then descend to Pheriche and stay overnight.

  • Max Altitude:3440M
  • Time:6-7 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today's trail is easy along the Imja Valley descending back and following the same trail to Namche Bazaar. Enjoy the last glimpse of all the Himalayas. Encounter more villages and see the beautiful landscape while returning back to Namche. Overnight in Namche Bazaar.

  • Max Altitude:2850m
  • Time:7-8 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

The last day of trekking in the Everest region starts by passing through the Sherpa villages of Monjo, Benkar, Phakding and many others. Climb the final 45 minutes ascent that takes you from Chheplung to Lukla, where you can finally relax after the meticulous adventure. Overnight in Lukla.

  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Time:35 Minutes
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Early morning enjoy a breathtaking flight back to Kathmandu. Upon reaching you will be transferred to the hotel of Kathmandu. Take a rest after a long and exhilarating journey. In the evening you can enjoy a walk in the bustling Thamel area. Buy some souvenirs do shopping taste local foods. Also, there will be a farewell dinner organized by the team members of the Himalayan Recreation Treks & Expedition. So enjoy! 

Route Map

12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek map

Cost Details

Cost Includes
  • All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport transfers
  • 3 standard meals a day for 12 days (12 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches and 12 Dinners) during the trek
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek. We provide private bathrooms with hot showers in Lukla, Phakding and Namche.
  • Domestic flights (From Kathmandu - Lukla or Manthali - Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu or Lukla to Manthali) including airport departure tax and transfers. (Note: If you want to take a shared helicopter, it will cost you an extra amount.)
  • Himalayan Recreation’s experienced, government licensed, English speaking trekking guide during the Everest trip.
  • Porter services for 12 days (1 porter = 2 trekkers).
  • All costs of staff which includes food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment’s and medicines
  • Duffel bag use while trekking, Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • Required Sagarmatha National Park Permit fee & TIMS Fee
  • First aid medicine kit
  • Farewell dinner with Cultural show in a fine restaurant on second last day
  • Government taxes & office service charges
Cost Excludes
  • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the above itinerary
  • Personal Travel insurance, which covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation
  • Personal trekking equipment or expenses
  • Alcoholic drinks and beverages
  • Tips for trekking guides, porters and drivers (tipping is expected)
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the 'Price Includes' section.

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Know Before You Go

The best time for the Everest base Camp 12 days Hike

The Everest Base Camp 12 Days Hike can be completed throughout the year. However, each season offers a different experience. Here's a short description of each season for the trek:

Spring (March to May)
Spring is considered the best time for the 12 Days Everest Base Camp trek. The weather is usually mild, with clear skies and stable temperatures during this time of the year.

The trail is further decorated with vibrant rhododendron flowers in full bloom, adding color to the landscape. Spring also offers the best view of the mountains without any obstruction.

Summer/Monsoon (June to August)
The summer or monsoon months falling from June to August are not considered an ideal time for the trek as it brings regular rainfall. Trekking during this time can be challenging due to heavy rainfalls, slippery trails, and little mountain views due to clouds.

However, the advantage of trekking in the monsoon is that the trail is filled with lush greenery, and you will get to enjoy the route with fewer trekkers. It is highly recommended that you prepare proper gear, including rain protection, for trekking in the monsoon.

Autumn (September to November)
Autumn is another popular and ideal time for the 12 Days Everest trek. The weather is stable and dry, with clear skies during this time of the year.

Autumn is considered one of the best seasons to witness excellent views of the mountains. The trails are in excellent condition, and the mountain views are spectacular during this time, making trekking a lot easier. However, keep in mind that Autumn receives a large number of trekkers and expects more crowds along the trail.

Winter (December to February)
Winter is not an ideal time to embark on the Everest Base Camp 12 Days Trek, as it brings colder temperatures and snowfall to the Everest region.

Trekking during this time can be challenging due to the cold temperatures, and the teahouses can be closed because of the harsh weather. Furthermore, the trails can be blocked because of the heavy snowfall. However, if you are an experienced trekker seeking an adventurous trek, winter can be a rewarding time to explore.

Accommodation options during the 12 days of Everest Base Camp Trek

Accommodation facilities you will get during the 12 days Everest base camp trek range from basic teahouses to luxury lodges along the route.

There are numerous tea houses and lodges that provide accommodation for trekkers. The kind of accommodation you will have during the trip also depends on the amount of money you are willing to spend.

The lodges provide you with comfortable rooms with twin beds or dormitory-style accommodations. Blankets and pillows are provided. However, you can bring your sleeping bag for comfort.

The tea houses usually have communal dining areas where you can enjoy meals and socialize. Keep in mind that as you move to a higher altitude, the quality of the accommodation may decrease.

Food choice and drinking water facilities during the Everest 12 Days journey

The food options you will have during the trip range from traditional Nepali food to some international cuisine. The tea houses and lodges along the route offer a variety of meals. 

The menu typically includes Dal Bhat (a traditional Nepali meal of rice, lentil soup, and curry) for lunch and dinner, which is a popular and nutritious choice. You can also have dishes like; pasta, momo, pizza, burgers, etc. in some of the lodges and teahouses.

It's important to note that the higher you ascend, the more limited the food choices become, and the prices may increase due to the difficulty of transportation.

As for drinking water along the route, you can easily get access to tap water. However, it is advisable to bring a reusable water bottle and use water purification tablets or filters to protect the water from harmful bacteria.

Permits required for the EBC 12 Days Trek

There are two different permits needed for the EBC 12-day Trek, which is explained below:

  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit: This is the permit required to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, as the trek lies inside the national park, where the Everest region is located. The current cost for foreign nationals is NPR 3,000 (approximately USD 27).
  • TIMS Card (Trekkers' Information Management System): The TIMS card is a trekking permit that you need to have to trek to any part of Nepal, which helps manage trekkers' information and ensures their safety. For the Everest region, the cost of the TIMS card for foreign trekkers is approximately USD 20.

Details about the Cost of 12 Days of Everest Base Camp Trekking

The 12-day Everest Base Camp trekcost can vary depending on several factors, including the type of trip (group or private), level of accommodation facilities, itinerary, and other services included.

On average, the cost can range from USD 1,000 to USD 2,000 per person, depending on the mentioned factors. The cost normally includes services such as permits, accommodations in teahouses, meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), a professional guide, and necessary transportation throughout the trek.

However, it's important to note that additional expenses such as international flights, travel insurance, personal trekking gear, drinks, snacks, and tipping are not included in the package.

We recommend you bring extra cash for such miscellaneous expenses during the trip.

Group/Private Trip Cost

Both group and private trips are available for our Everest Base Camp 12-day journey. Group trips are more budget-friendly as the cost is divided among the trekkers. On a group trip, you will have the opportunity to share experiences and enjoy the trip with like-minded people. For group trips, you can join any of our 100% fixed departure dates.

On the other hand, private trips offer you more flexibility and a personalized experience. You get to customize the itinerary and choose the level of accommodation and services on a private trip. Suppose you are looking for a more exclusive and tailored experience. Then, a private trip is perfect for you.

However, keep in mind that the private trip can cost more than the group trip.

We also offer solo and female trips for those who are interested. You can Contact Us for such customizations.

Tipping culture during treks in Nepal

Tipping during treks in Nepal is a normal way of showing appreciation to guides, porters, and other service providers. Trekkers usually tip the guides and other people who offer them services and facilities if they are satisfied. The amount of the tip depends on you according to the level of facilities and service you receive.

Packing and Essentials for the Everest Base Camp Trekking 12 Days 

We have prepared a list of all necessary trekking gear and equipment for the Everest Base Camp trekking for 12 days. You can either buy or rent the equipment and gear for the trek if you do not have it.

  • Clothing -Baselayer -Insulation layer -Third layer 
  • General Trekking gear -Trekking trousers & shirts -Trekking shorts -Waterproof shell jacket and trousers -Underwear 
  • Headwear: -Hat -Beanie -Neck gaiter 
  • Handwear & Footwear -Inner Gloves -Outer insulated gloves -Hiking boots -Trekking shoes/sandals -Hiking socks -Warm thermal socks -Gaiters 
  • Bag and backpackers -Duffel bag -Backpack -Day back -Raincover -Drybag 
  • Sleeping gear -Sleeping bag -Liner -Earplugs 
  • Poles & Headgear -Trekking poles -Sunglasses -Headlight 
  • Important accessories -Water bottle/Hydration bladder -Towel -Pee funnel -Lock -Waterproof bag 
  • Extra accessories -Camera -Portable charger -Books -Cards -Passport, Money 
  • Medications & Toiletries: Water purification tablet, Isotonic powder, Diamox, Common Medications, First aid kit, Sunscreen, Baby Wipes, Toiletries, Plasters, Oximeter, Hand sanitizer. 

Travel insurance for the 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek

Travel insurance is one of the most important elements when embarking on any trip in the Himalayas. As the Everest trek is challenging and includes the risks of high altitude, potential altitude sickness, and other unexpected possibilities, having travel insurance is important and compulsory for the trek.

During the booking process, all the trekkers must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate, which should cover all medical and emergency repatriation. The policy should further cover helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at high altitudes.

Useful info and tips for the Everest Base Camp 12 days

  • Ensure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking at high altitudes.
  • Start a regular exercise routine before the trek to improve your fitness and stamina.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the trek.
  • Bring water purification tablets or filters to treat water from taps or streams.
  • Walk at your own pace and maintain a gradual ascent.
  • Listen to your body and notify your guide immediately if you experience any symptoms of altitude sickness.
  • Carry sufficient cash, as ATMs are not available along the trekking route.
  • Respect the local culture, customs, and environment while trekking.
  • If possible, try trekking in the spring and autumn seasons to avoid risks and hassles along the way.
  • Do not expect reliable mobile networks or internet connectivity. Purchase a local SIM card in Kathmandu before starting the trek if you want to have occasional communication.
  • Do not forget to carry a portable power bank to keep your electronic devices charged.
  • Go for a few hikes and treks before the trek to get used to higher altitudes.

Lukla's flight delays and cancellations during the 12-day Everest trip

Flight delays and cancellations during the trip to the Everest region are common events. The trek begins with a flight from Kathmandu to the Tenzing-Hillary airport in Lukla, which is a small single-landing strip airport surrounded by the high Himalayas. There are chances of flight delays and cancellations during your travels to Lukla.

Because of the position and elevation of the place, weather conditions and visibility are hard to forecast and can change rapidly. Consequently, flight schedules to Lukla can be affected. When the weather conditions aren't good and there is the risk of an unsafe landing, the airline doesn't take any risk and returns the flight immediately to Kathmandu. Such flight delays are likely to happen at any time of the year, especially during the monsoon season (late May to early September).

In case of a flight delay, you will have to wait until the flight gets rescheduled. In case of flight cancellation, you can either wait a few days to take the next scheduled flight or take a helicopter flight on the same day.

Alternative for the 12 days Everest base camp trekking

If you are looking for alternatives for the Everest Base Camp 12 days of trekking, then there are several options you can choose from. The Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri trek, which takes you through the stunning Gokyo Valley, is the first alternative.

If you have less time, then you can go for the Everest helicopter trek and the Short Everest trek. There are trails like the Everest Three pass trek for trekkers who are seeking challenging and longer routes.

Last-minute booking with Himalayan Recreation

If you're looking for a last-minute booking for the Mount Everest Base Camp trek for 12 days, Himalayan Recreation is here for you. However, it is best to book trips to the Himalayas in advance for convenient travel. If you are not able to do so by any chance, we offer last-minute bookings.

In the case of a last-minute booking, you must provide us with the 100% trip payment 24 hours before the trek departs. Also, keep in mind that for last-minute bookings, there might be certain circumstances out of our control.

Sustainable travel practices with Himalayan Recreation

Himalayan Recreation puts a strong emphasis on sustainable travel practices. We are committed to minimizing our environmental impact and promoting responsible tourism during our treks.

We believe in leaving no trace principles and also make our trekkers aware of responsible trekking practices. You can take part in sustainable travel by getting engaged with locals to buy souvenirs, leaving no trace on the trails, and being aware of your impact on the community.

By choosing Himalayan Recreation for your Everest Base Camp 12 days trek, you can be sure that your journey is contributing to sustainable tourism and preservation efforts in the Himalayas.

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