Everest Base Camp Short Trek -10 Days

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Short Everest Base Camp Trek
At a Glance
  • Duration10 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude 5555 Meters
  • Group Size Up to 10 Pax
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu

The 10 Days Everest Base Camp Short Trek is one of the best ways to explore the Everest region. A perfect opportunity to reach the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest, within a limited time, this short Everest trek offers an ideal combination of nature and adventure.

Traversing through numerous traditional Sherpa villages, rivers, Lush green forests, suspension bridges and waterfalls, the journey eventually guides you to the base camp, situated at an elevation of 5364 m. You get to witness the majestic sights of some of the tallest peaks, like Mount Everest (8,848.86 m), along with the fourth and fifth highest peaks, i.e., Mt.Lhotse (8,516 m) and Mt.Makalu (8,481 m), from Kala Patthar, which is the highest point of your trek, situated at an elevation of 5,643 m.

The Short Everest Base Camp Trek is filled with the varied side of nature and culture. As you walk on the trail inside the Sagarmatha National Park, you'll get to witness some rare flora and fauna along the route.

Furthermore, the trail offers you an opportunity to get deep insight into the culture and lifestyle of the renowned Sherpa communities. You'll also come across ancient Buddhist monasteries and gompas during the trek that reflect the unique traditions of the locales.

Starting and ending with a flight to and from Lukla, the trek takes you through villages like Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Pheriche, along with the main highlights of the trek, Everest Base Camp, and the highest vantage point of the region, Kala Patthar.

In a short period of 10 days, you will be able to get closer to the highest peaks while exploring the natural and cultural wonders of the region.

Join Himalayan Recreation for a short trek to Everest Base Camp and make memories of a lifetime in the Himalayas! We value travelers' time, and our itinerary is designed to provide you with a remarkable trekking experience.

The main highlights of the Everest Short Trek

  • Get a close-up view of the tallest peaks, like Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, and Mount Makalu.
  • Climb one of the highest vantage points in the world, Kala Patthar.
  • Trek through traditional Sherpa villages and towns.
  • Experience and learn about the lifestyle and culture of the Sherpa people.
  • Explore the rare flora and fauna of the Everest region.

What should I expect during the short trek to Everest Base Camp?

The Short Trek to Everest Base Camp offers a shorter version of the classic 12 days Everest trek. Despite being 10 days long, the journey still provides stunning views and a glimpse into the Everest region. 

During the Everest Base Camp Short Trekking, you can expect to experience the stunning beauty of the Himalayas, including scenic views of snow-capped peaks, vibrant Sherpa villages, and serene mountain landscapes.

As the trek will take you through alluring towns like Namche Bazaar and Tengboche, you will get a chance to immerse yourself in the local culture and visit monasteries. 

Above all, the experience of standing at the base camp of the world's tallest peak is an unexplainable feeling, and you can expect to have the time of your life during this trip. 

Is the Everest Base Camp Short Trekking an ideal journey for you?

The Everest Base Camp Short Trekking can be an ideal journey for those with limited time but who still want to explore the best of the Everest region.

If you have a moderate level of fitness and are looking to embark on a journey to the Everest region for a shorter duration, this trek can be a perfect choice.

The Everest short trek of 10 days allows you to witness the stunning landscapes, immerse yourself in Sherpa culture, and reach the Everest Base Camp, all within a shorter timeframe.

However, make sure to focus on your physical fitness, as the trek still involves challenging terrain and high altitude.

A Day in the Life during the Everest Base Camp Short Trekking

A typical day during the Everest Base Camp Short Trekking starts with waking up to the mountain air in one of the teahouses or lodges. After having breakfast in a scenic environment, you'll begin your trek.

The walk takes you through diverse terrain, villages, lush green forests, and suspension bridges. After walking for several hours through beautiful landscapes and ascending gradually, you will have a short lunch break at one of the villages along the route. There, you can enjoy meals and take a rest.
The walk continues after having a meal and will take you through charming Sherpa village amidst stunning mountain vistas. After walking for around 5 to 6 hours, you will arrive at the designated teahouse or lodge for the day, where you'll have time to relax.

Evenings are usually spent relishing the majestic views of the mountains while chatting with other trekkers and enjoying delicious meals.

The difficulty level of the Everest Base Camp Short Trek

The Everest Base Camp Short Trek is a moderately challenging trek that requires a good level of fitness and endurance. The trek involves walking for several hours each day on varied terrain, including uphill and downhill and some steep ascents and descents.

Furthermore, the walk includes high altitude, which poses a challenge. Thus, you must be fit physically with the ability to walk for around 5 to 7 hours each day.

It is highly recommended that you get engaged in physical exercise or activities such as cycling, hiking, and walking to increase your stamina level.

With proper preparation and a positive mindset, the Short Everest Base Camp Trek can be a very rewarding adventure.

Acclimatization and safety precautions during the 10-day Everest Base Camp Trek

Acclimatization and safety precautions during the 10-day Everest Base Camp Trek are crucial for a safe and enjoyable journey. Given the altitude and challenging landscape, it's essential to prioritize acclimatization.

Keeping all the safety factors in consideration, our itinerary includes an acclimatization day at certain points along the route to allow your body to adjust to the high altitude. 

You should walk at your own pace and not rush to acclimatize well. It's important to follow your guide's instructions and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Furthermore, you should be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches, dizziness, nausea, and shortness of breath.

If you experience any symptoms, it's important to express them to your guide and take the necessary precautions immediately.

How do I prepare for the short trek to Everest Base Camp?

To prepare for the short trek to Everest Base Camp, it's first important to focus on building your overall fitness and endurance. You can get ready for the trip by engaging yourself in regular exercises such as hiking, running, or cycling to improve your stamina.

We highly recommend you try short hikes and treks at a higher altitude to get used to the diverse terrain and increasing altitude. Mental preparation is also important, as the 10-day trek can be physically demanding. You should prepare yourself mentally for any risks and challenges you may face on the trail during the trek.

Another thing to do is familiarize yourself with the gear and equipment required and pack all the essential items for the journey.

Everest Short Trek: A Quick Exploration of 10 Days

The Everest Short Trek is a short exploration of the Everest region that can be completed in just 10 days. The trek allows you to witness the stunning beauty of the Himalayas and reach the foot of the world's highest mountain in a shorter timeframe.

Following the same trail as the classic Everest treks, the trek takes you through Sherpa villages, lush forests, and rugged mountain landscapes, providing peeks of peaks like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Nuptse along the trail.

Despite its shorter duration, the Everest Short Trekking still offers an amazing adventure, cultural richness, and breathtaking views, making it an ideal option for those with limited time.

Everest Short Trek Cost Details

The overall cost of the Everest Short Trek can vary depending on several factors, such as the level of services included, the duration of the trek, and the itinerary.

On average, the cost can range from USD 849 to USD 1,199 per person, depending on the above-mentioned factors. This cost generally includes permits, accommodations, meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), a professional guide, a porter, and transportation (flights to and from Lukla).

However, keep in mind that the cost does not include international flights, travel insurance, trekking gear, drinks, snacks, and tips during the trek.

We further recommend you have some extra cash with you while trekking that can be used as a miscellaneous expense.

Group/Private Trip for 2024/2025

Both group and private trips are available for our Everest Base Camp short trek. 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 that fit your schedule.

On the other hand, private trips offer you more flexibility and a personalized experience. You get the freedom to customize the itinerary and choose the level of accommodation and services on a private trip.
However, keep in mind that the private trip can cost more than the group trip.

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Note that the prices listed above apply to bookings made together or at the same time. Kindly contact us or WhatsApp us if you require any other information about the Everest Base Camp Short Trek cost, services, guides, and itinerary.

 Why choose us for the Everest Base Camp Short Trek?

  • 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.


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  • Max Altitude:2610m
  • Time:3-4 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

The first day of the trip starts with a scenic flight to Lukla, the gateway of the Everest region. You will be transferred to the airport for the flight where you will get to see the amazing scenery of charming landscape, green hills, and also a glimpse of the Himalayas. After reaching meet team members and starts the trek to Phakding, passing beautiful dense forests filled with colorful rhododendron flowers. Follow the Dudh Koshi River and leads up to Phakding. Stay overnight at teahouses.

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

The second day of the trek begins through the valley of the Dudh Koshi River. Walk along the windy trail to reach the small Monjo village. Enter the Sagarmatha National Park and trek through the lush green forests. Continue your walk to the beautiful Sherpa village and also a famous tourist hub in the Khumbu region. Stay overnight at teahouses.

  • Max Altitude:3870m
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today, you will be heading towards Tengboche along the rushing frigid waters of Dudh Koshi with captivating views of mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Amadablam and a close view of Thamserku and Kangtega. After crossing suspension bridges over Dudh Koshi River a steep climb through pine and juniper forest, you'll walk about 2hrs to reach Tengboche. Explore one of the biggest and most important monasteries of the Khumbu region. It offers dazzling panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Kangtega & Kongde Range. Stay overnight at teahouses.

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

After breakfast, start hiking over the Imja Khola and cross several suspension bridges. Pass the small settlements like Pangboche through the lush forests of birch, conifer and rhododendron trees. You have to choose the upper trail and adore the Himalayan views and monasteries. After all, descend and reach a beautiful village completely filled with barleys, potato, and buckwheat fields- Dingboche. Stay overnight at teahouses.

  • Max Altitude:4940m
  • Time:5-6 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today the trail leads you to Lobuche so; it will be more gradual and more challenging due to the higher altitude. Start your day with a steep walk to the top of a high hill where you can see the memorial stupas dedicated to the climbers and trekkers who lost their lives in the Himalayas. After a short bolt, the uphill memorial takes you to Lobuche. Stay overnight at the teahouse.

  • Max Altitude:5364m/5180m
  • Time:7-8 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

On the main day of this trek, walk alongside the Khumbu glacier as the paths wind over the rocky moraine towards the small settlements of Gorakshep. Upon reaching enjoy lunch seeing the close-up views of Mt. Everest and other snow-capped peaks. After lunch, head to Everest Base Camp the dream destination. You will have an amazing experience when you are at the base of the World's highest mountain. See the eye-catching Khumbu icefall as well as the magnificent Khumbu Glacier from Base camp. Spend your time by enjoying the scenery and then descend back to Gorakshep. Stay overnight at teahouses.

  • Max Altitude:5555m/4371m
  • Time:7-8 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today, early morning you will be heading to the famous viewpoint Kalapathar, from where you will get the incredible sunrise views and the closest mountain views.  You will be able to get close-up views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse and many more. After enjoying and capturing the memories in the Himalayas, make your way to Pheriche. Stay overnight at the teahouse.

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

Today, you will be returning back to Namche following the same trail along the Imja Khola. The charming landscape and the glittering Himalayas make this journey even more fascinating. After reaching, take a rest and relax your body. Stay overnight at the teahouse.

  • Max Altitude:2610m
  • Time:7-8 Hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

The trail to Luka also follows the same path via Phakding as it is also the last day of the trek. Walk about 5-6 hrs then you will reach Lukla. Stay overnight at teahouse.

  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Time:35 Minutes
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast

Last day of the trip, early in the morning you will transfer to the airport to take a scenic flight to Kathmandu. Enjoy the views of the Himalayas and the many more things that Nepal has to offer. Rest for a while and explore the UNESCO heritage sites of Kathmandu. Taste local cuisines and save memory for a lifetime. There will be a farewell dinner organized by the team members of Himalayan Recreation Treks & Expedition.

Route Map

Everest Base Camp Short Trek -10 Days map

Cost Details

Cost Includes
  • All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport transfers
  • 3 standard meals a day for 10 days (10 Breakfasts, 10 Lunches and 10 Dinners) during the trek
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Best available twin-sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek
  • 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 trip.
  • Porter services for 10 days (1 porter = 2 trekkers)
  • All costs of staff, which include food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicines,
  • Duffel bag use while trekking, Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • Required Sagarmatha National Park Permit fee and TIMS Fee
  • First-aid medicine kit
  • Farewell dinner with Cultural show in a fine restaurant on last day
  • Government taxes and 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

Best Season to Embark on the 10-Day Everest Base Camp Short Trek

The 10-Day Everest Trek can be trekked throughout the year with proper preparations. However, each season has its own pros and cons for trekking.

Spring (March to May)

Spring is considered one of the best seasons for the Everest Base Camp Short Trek. The weather is mild, with moderate temperatures and clear skies during this time of the year.

The trail can be seen decorated with blooming rhododendron flowers, adding vibrant colors to the entire landscape. The views of the mountains are apparent and majestic in spring, offering you the 360-degree sight of various different peaks.

Spring is also one of the most popular trekking seasons, so be ready to come across a large number of trekkers along the trail.

Summer/Monsoon (June to August)

The summer months are also monsoon season in the Everest region. Trekking during this time of the year can be challenging due to various factors, such as frequent rainfall and cloudy weather.

The trails can be muddy and slippery, and there is a higher chance of landslides in some areas, adding more risk to the journey. However, the region becomes lush and green, and the valleys are adorned with wildflowers.

Furthermore, the trails are less crowded during the monsoon season, and you may be able to enjoy a quieter environment.

Autumn (September to November)

Autumn is another popular and ideal season for the Everest Base Camp Short Trek. The weather is usually stable and dry, offering clear skies and excellent visibility during the autumn.

The temperatures are moderate, making it ideal for trekking, and the trails are in their best condition, with the colorful autumn foliage adding breathtaking beauty to the surroundings.

Similar to spring, autumn also attracts a large number of trekkers, so you can expect more crowds along the trail.

Winter (December to February)

Winter is not an ideal time to trek in the high altitudes. As it brings colder temperatures and snowfall to the Everest region, trekking during this season can involve certain challenges and risks.

The trail can sometimes be blocked because of the heavy snowfall, and the temperatures can be very harsh, especially at higher altitudes. However, the snow adds a unique charm to the landscape, and there are fewer crowds on the trail, providing you with a more tranquil experience.

Accommodation facilities on the Short Everest Base Camp Trekking

During the Short Everest Base Camp trekking, there are various accommodation options available along the trail. The accommodation ranges from basic facilities at the teahouses or lodges to luxury services at the luxury hotels along the route.

Generally, this package includes teahouses and lodges, which are the primary forms of accommodation that provide basic yet comfortable rooms with twin beds or dormitory-style accommodations. You can expect a bed with a mattress, a blanket, and a pillow.

The teahouses also have communal dining areas where you can enjoy meals and socialize with other trekkers. Keep in mind that the accommodation facilities may vary in terms of comfort and amenities. As you ascend to higher elevations, the facilities can be limited.

Food and drinking water during the Short Everest Base Camp Trek

You will be provided with food during the Short Everest Base Camp Trek by the teahouses and lodges along the trail. The teahouses offer a variety of meals, including traditional Nepali dishes like Dal Bhat (rice, lentil soup, and curry) and international cuisines such as pasta, rice, soups, and bread.

For breakfast, you can have bread or traditional bread with honey, vegetable curry, eggs, etc. It's important to note that as you ascend higher, the food choices may become more limited, and prices can increase due to the difficulty of transportation.

You can also carry your own snacks to enjoy during the walk, such as chips, energy bars, and chocolates.

As for drinking water, you can easily have tap water throughout the trail, which is not always healthy and easy to drink. Thus, you can go for other options, like using water purification tablets or filters to treat water from taps or streams.

It's recommended to bring a reusable water bottle or purification tablets to minimize plastic waste and stay hydrated throughout the trek.

Permits required for Short Everest Base Camp Trek

There are two different permits needed for the Short Everest Base Camp Trek, which are 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 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.

Tips on Everest Short Trek

Tipping during treks in Nepal is a normal way of displaying 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.

Travel insurance for the Everest Short Trek

One of the most important considerations when starting any trip in the Himalayas is travel insurance. Travel insurance is crucial and required for the trek due to the difficulty of the Everest Short Trek and the risks of high altitude, potential altitude sickness, and other unforeseen situations.

All trekkers are required to submit a copy of their certificate of comprehensive travel insurance, which should include coverage for all medical expenses and emergency repatriation, during the booking process. The policy should also include coverage for high-altitude helicopter rescue and evacuation costs.

Your travel companion for the Short Trekking to Everest Base Camp

You will be guided by our professional guide and porter for the short Trekking to Everest Base Camp. Leading you throughout the trail, our guides and teams will be there to make sure that you have a safe and fun journey.

All of our guides are professionally trained and have years of experience guiding in the Everest region. With a comprehensive knowledge of the trail, culture, community, and traditions of the region, you can expect to have a very fun and delightful trip.

Apart from having a safe travel experience, you can gain knowledge about the culture, people, and different facts of the Everest region during the trek, as our guides have deep insight into everything.

For Porter, it is up to you if you want to hire one or not. We advise our clients to have a porter, as it makes the journey more accessible and more convenient.

Alternatives for the Everest Short Trekking

Alternatives for the Everest Short Trekking include various other treks in the Everest region that offer diverse durations and experiences.

Some popular alternatives include the Everest View Trek, which is a shorter trek that provides spectacular views of Everest and surrounding peaks from lower elevations.

Another option is the Everest Helicopter Trek for those who want to explore the region in one day. It is a less strenuous trekking experience, focusing on panoramic views of the Everest region.

If you want a longer and more challenging trip, then you can go for the Gokyo Valley trek or the Everest Three Passes Trek.

Packing and Essentials for the Everest Base Camp Short Trek

We have prepared a list of all the necessary trekking gear and equipment for the 10-day trek to Everest Base Camp. 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 and Shirts; -Trekking Shorts; -Waterproof shell jacket and Trousers; Underwear
  • Headwear: -Hat -Beanie -Neck gaiter 
  • Handwear and Footwear: -Inner Gloves -Outer insulated Gloves; -Hiking Boots; -Trekking Shoes and 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

Lukla's flight delay and cancellation during the Short Everest Trek

Flight delays and cancellations during the Short Everest Trek 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 high chances of flight delays and cancellations during your travels to Lukla.

Because of the location and elevation, weather conditions and visibility are hard to forecast and can change quickly. Consequently, flight schedules to Lukla can be affected. When the weather conditions aren't good and there is the risk of a dangerous 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 a flight cancellation, you can either wait a few days to take the next scheduled flight or take a helicopter flight on the same day.

Useful information and tips for the Everest Short Trekking

  • Ensure you are physically fit and healthy to complete the journey comfortably.
  • Pack essential trekking gear, including sturdy hiking boots, comfortable clothing in layers, a warm sleeping bag, a backpack, and trekking poles.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the trek. Carry water purification tablets or a water filter to treat water from local sources.
  • Take regular breaks and walk at your own pace.
  • Listen to your guide's instructions regarding safety precautions, rest days, and acclimatization hikes.
  • Pack lightweight snacks and energy bars to keep you fueled during the trek.
  • Choose the right time and season for the trek to avoid any risks and uncertainties.
  • Practice responsible trekking by disposing of waste properly and respecting the environment.
  • Remember to carry enough cash for the entire trip, as the trail does not have any ATMs.

Last-minute Trek booking with Himalayan Recreation

If you're looking for a last-minute booking for the Everest Short Trek, Himalayan Recreation is here for you. Although 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.

Practice eco-friendly travel with Himalayan Recreation

Himalayan Recreation puts a strong focus 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 10 days trek, you can be sure that your journey is contributing to sustainable tourism and preservation efforts in the Himalayas.

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