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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

$1570 $1670
Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek,Everest Base Camp trek with fly back by helicopter
Duration:14 Days

Everest Base Camp Trek 14 days

$1370 $1490
Everest Base Camp Trekking
Duration:15 Days

Everest Base Camp Trekking

$1470 $1599
Nepal tour including pokhara kathmandu and mountain flight, paragliding
Duration:4 Days

3 Night 4 Days Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

$799 $899
Everest Panoramic Flight
Duration:1 Days

Everest Panoramic Flight

Grand Dashain Festival Tour
Duration:6 Days

Grand Dashain Festival Tour

$899 $899
Everest Mini Trek
Duration:10 Days

Everest Mini Trek

annapurna circuit short trek
Duration:12 Days

Annapurna Circuit Short Trek

Duration: Days

Muldai View Point Trek

Nepal tour including pokhara kathmandu and mountain flight, paragliding
Duration:4 Days

3 Night 4 Days Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

$799 $899










What others are saying

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Awesome Everest base camp trek

In a word- Awesome. This trip was a once in a lifetime experience. I have always wanted to see the Himalayas and Mount Everest and booking with Nepali hiking adventures provided it in a very special way.

I was lucky to have Tilak as my guide and Ssyam as my porter. Both were friendly and kind, with extreme patience as I crawled my way up the ascents at 5000+ metres. I was also fortunate to meet many incredible people along the way and with the flexibility we actually teamed up with another traveller and guide for a few days which led to much laughter and great memories. The atmosphere on the trail and in the tea houses is wonderful. Tilak made sure I had everything I needed at each stop and was good at adapting the day based on energy levels, sleep, and any AMS symptoms. He provided sensible advice and tips on how to avoid sickness and look after myself in the mountains. His local knowledge was invaluable.

It was great that Tilak was able to change the schedule for me as required and the flexibility meant there was no pressure on speed or time. The itinerary has been well designed to take account of the high altitude and felt like a good pace.

Thank you to Bishnu who I was able to speak with via WhatsApp and email before I booked in order to ask some questions and clarify details. He was very quick to reply and explained any concerns I had.

This trip was well worth the money and I’m glad the company is Nepali owned and managed. I’d recommend them to anyone looking to do this trek and was really impressed with how smooth and reliable the experience was. A brilliant 2 weeks with new friends and memories to last a lifetime. Special thanks again to Tilak- Number one guide on the mountain and legend of Dal Bhat power, 24-hour!

A few tips for the trek:
1- take extra rupees with you as the price (understandably) inflates for basics like water, electrics/charging and for luxuries like hot showers, additional snacks etc. Also be sure to have cash in reserve for emergencies like helicopter evac or oxygen at the higher altitudes.
2- Have dollars or rupees for tipping your porter/guide. Again I took some but wasn’t sure what the etiquette or amount expected was. This seems to be $10 per day for porters and I’m unsure exactly how much Is expected for guides.
3- Bring plenty of warm clothes. Sounds obvious but at most stops it’s sub-zero overnight and even with blanket, sleeping bag and fully clothed it’s cold.
4- Prepare as much as you can. I did some training but the altitude really is tough. If you can then get as much cardio in pre-trip as you can to prepare. Lots of ascents/descents and potential for injury.
5- Bring a large portable charger/solar charger. Electrics are pay per hour at the higher altitudes and can be avoided with power bank or solar charger if you have space.
6- Drink plenty. I was averaging 3+ litres per day and it’s necessary to keep AMS symptoms away. Take water purification tablets with you as these can be used in tap water at some places and save a bit of cash/the environment for the bottled water.
7- Beware Lukla and unreliable weather. Flights can be massively delayed, sometimes by days due to the Lukla weather. Leave some space either side of your trip as insurance for any international flights etc. Or be prepared to pay handsomely for a helicopter either way if you want to ensure you fly on time.

It was an incredible trip and I'd recommend Nepal Hiking Adventures to anyone for an excellent experience and with an ethical Nepali run and owned company!

Oliver L,

Amazing short poon hill trek in Nepal.

Poon hill trek with Raaz. Stunning views throughout. Worth every penny. I will be coming back in the near future to do Everest base camp and will definitely be using these guys again!!! Amazing service. 


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