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Here, at Nepal Hiking Adventure, you will find a young, an energetic and friendly team comprising of office staff, locally employed permanent trekking/climbing guides, supporting staff and tour leaders.

As a trekking and climbing ground operator, we specialize in organizing Trekking, Peak Climbing, Mountain Expedition, Culture & Heritage Tour, Pilgrimage Tour all over Nepal and regular package tours to Tibet (China) and Bhutan. As well as we are specialists on Everest Region Trekking including Everest Base Camp Trekking.

Everest Base Camp trekking in Nepal and want to use a locally based and responsible trekking company! Nepal Hiking Adventure will be your best choice. When you book your trip with us, it means you invest the money directly into the local economy of the Everest region and we ensure you will receive the best value and unrivalled service through us. As a local tour operator, we pride ourselves on making all our clients happy each time they book the trips with us.

We organize Everest Base Camp trekking departing everyday from Kathmandu and couples, families, individuals and small groups of friends can join us on any of their convenient dates throughout the year. Everest Base Camp (EBC) is considered the most popular trek in the world.

In addition to Everest Base Camp trek there are numerous trekking packages available to Everest region such as Everest Base Camp trekking and Kala pattar, Everest High Passes Trekking, Everest Circuit Trekking, Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trekking, Everest Panorama (View) Trekking, Island Peak via Everest Base Camp Trek.

Beginning of March to May (Spring Season) is the best time for trekking to Everest Base Camp and the next best time is from mid-September to November. In the winter, snow on the route makes difficult to walk higher than Tengboche. It is very cold and lodges remain closed above Tengboche. Summer is wet, there is a rare chance to view Himalayan peaks due to clouds.

On the Everest trails both continental and local food is easily available in most of the teahouses and you can stay in comfortable ‘lodges’. ‘Hot (lukewarm) showers’ are also available in lodges but you have to pay extra amount.

While on Everest Base Camp trek, you will see jaw-dropping, close-up mountain views that you can’t believe. Mt. Ama Dablam is seen from all directions although your ultimate goal is to reach the Everest Base Camp at an elevation of 5340m. You must be relatively fit to enjoy Everest Base Camp trek and be ready to walk up and downhill at least 5-6 hours per day. Mt. Everest is not seen from the base camp so you need to climb up to Kalapathar an elevation of 5545m( Kalapathar actually means ‘Black Rock’) located right at the foot of Pumori (7161m) and above Gorakshep on the way to Everest Base Camp. The views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and many other peaks are spectacular from Kala Pattar.

In terms of popularity, Everest Base Camp runs second to Annapurna Base Camp because most of the trekkers prefer to head up Everest Base Camp. From airstrip at Lukla, the trail leads north into mountainous Khumbu, the dizzyingly high Sherpa homeland.

The trail forks above the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar (or Namche for short): one route leads to Everest Base Camp and the viewpoint of Kala Pattar; the other for the beautiful Gokyo Lakes. Both high points are about eight days walking distance from Lukla and can be combined by crossing the high pass of the Cho La. In the end, we follow the same trail and end up the trek at Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.

Popular Trekking Packages

Everest Circuit Trekking
Duration:19 Days

Everest Circuit Trekking

$1430 $1550
Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek,Everest Base Camp trek with fly back by helicopter
Duration:14 Days

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 days

$1199 $1299
Everest Base Camp Trekking
Duration:15 Days

Everest Base Camp Trekking

$1370 $1430
Everest Panoramic Flight
Duration:1 Days

Everest Panoramic Flight

Ghandruk Cultural Trek
Duration:10 Days

Ghandruk Cultural Trek

$390 $390
Everest Three Pass Trek
Duration:11 Days

Everest Panorama Trek

$999 $1199










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Breathtaking experience in Nepal

Breathtaking experience in Nepal We went on a helicopter tour of mount everest. Bishnu was very genuine and knowledgeable about Nepal. Had an amazing experience and very helpful. I'd recommend booking any tour or any guide needed for trip in Nepal through him
Anik Sarder,

Khopra Dada Trek in mid march

My partner and I booked the Khopra Danda trek in mid March.

Before arriving in Nepal, Bisnhu was excellent at communicating with us; often responding on the same day (depending on time zones). We were able to organise trekking poles and sleeping bags through him, which was convenient.

Ram (our guide) met us at the airport and had arranged transport to our hotel in Kathmandu, where we met Bishnu and settled the outstanding balance of the trip. Everything was smooth. Bishnu accepted either cash or card (3 % bank charge for card). Conversion from USD to NPR was very transparent, by using the rate on the day.

From day 2, Ram managed everything effectively (logistics, accommodation, admin, and navigation). Ram as a guide was very friendly without being overbearing. This made for a relaxing and enjoyable experience. With the Covid-19 situation bubbling, Ram even offered for us to stay at his family village if we had any issues, which was very kind.

The trek itself starts off on a more touristy part of the circuit up to Ghorepani (Poon Hill), before you go off the beaten path. This mix allows you to ease into the trekking lifestyle after a long flight, with the first few nights spent in more hotel-like accommodation. After Ghorepani until Tadapani, the accommodation does become a lot more basic (due to limited options), but the views and experience are even more exceptional.

Worth noting that all accommodation in the mountains is basic compared to the cities. It's the nature of trekking, not a reflection on the tour quality.

The 'Trip Grade' is marked as easy; however this is dependent on the conditions. We were challenged by some unseasonable levels of snow (waist high in places), which meant that there were some difficult, but rewarding sections of the trek. If you're not experienced or comfortable when things get a little sketchy, I recommend going later in the season. Ram was fairly 'hands off' with us over these sections, but we are quite experienced and were comfortable with the terrain, so this was our preference. If we weren't, I'm positive he'd help at any step of the way.

Bishnu had planned to meet us for dinner when we returned to Kathmandu, as we arranged to stay in Pokhara after the trek. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 situation this wasn't possible, but this evidences the high quality of customer service that Bishnu, Ram, and the rest of the team aim to deliver.

When we inevitably return to Nepal, we'll be using Nepal Hiking Adventure Company for any guided trips/treks.

Adam L,

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