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Trekking the Manaslu Circuit: Complete Preparation and Guide

The stunning mountain vistas 16-day Manaslu trek journey is located in the Gorkha District. Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain (altitude of 8163m) in the world, which helps to represent Nepal in the world. The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a captivating and challenging trekking route in Nepal. The trek offers natural beauty and unique culture that brings you around the shadows of beautiful Mt. Manaslu. It is also known for its stunning vistas, rich cultural legacy, and hard terrain. On the way, to trip organizations, you’ll reach diverse flora and fauna, including rhododendrons in forest surroundings, wildflowers, even elusive snow leopards, and blue sheep.

Complete Preparation and Guide 1


Our Manaslu Trek 16-day Expedition will help you explore the greenery beauty of the Manaslu. Trekkers assist by route of activities day by day. Manaslu Circuit Trek best alternative trek in Nepal. To begin the Manaslu Circuit Trek, you must first go to Kathmandu. The Manaslu region is accessible from both Kathmandu and Pokhara. The trail starts from Mache Kholo or Arughat and ends at Dharapani or Besi Sahar after crossing to Kathmandu. The Manaslu circuit is more challenging than the Annapurna circuit based on the terrain. Manaslu circuit, Larkya la (5106m), the pass on the Annapurna circuit, Max elevation Thorong la (5416m).


During the Manaslu trek route, you can notice Mt.Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Shringi Himal, and Himling Mountain. This is the perfect package trip for single, group team, and family vacations. We are committed to a successful and joyful tour. Ongoing exploring the remote tsum valley first then circling around the peak of the Manaslu Himal. Shyagya is a special traditional festival of the local communities of Tsum Valley people. Tsum Valley is a hidden valley established a long time ago. Their religion is protected by the Buddhist leader.

What to expect in the Manaslu Trek?

The Manaslu Circuit is a unique less crowded and more popular trek in Nepal. In this region, you can go on an adventure to Mt. Manaslu and Larke Peak. Where You can explore the monastery, and stupa, and experience the rich cultural heritage of the region. The Manaslu Base Camp Trek starts from walk Larke Pass (5,106 m./16,747 ft.). It provides a spectacular perspective of the Himalayan landscape. Manaslu is the Eighth-highest mountain in the world 16-day Manaslu circuit trek itinerary is planned. On the way, to the Manaslu circuit trek, you’ll reach diverse flora and fauna, including rhododendron forests, wildflowers, even elusive snow leopards, and blue sheep. Crossing Larke La, the path intersects, the world-renowned Annapurna Circuit in Dharapani. People on the Manaslu roundtrip can experience all climatic zones. Tropical climate zone, subtropical zone, temperate zone, sub-alpine zone, and others all have elevations above 4,500 m/4,920. And above the snow line at around 5,000 m. Ready to face the challenge yet because of this stunning view mountain gives lots of good and bad experiences. At last, prepare for an extraordinary adventure trip. That will leave you with a strong appreciation for the raw beauty of the Trip overview.

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Why is Manaslu Trek a cultural experience?

Manaslu Circuit Trekking gives you the chance to take in the breathtaking scenery of Nepal. Nepal is renowned for its beautiful Himalayan peaks, kind people, and rich cultural heritage. This national guide provides details about laws, traditions, wildlife, the environment, safety measures, and other relevant subjects for your hike. Gurungs, Tamang, and Tibetan communities belong to the Manaslu Circuit Route. This Community provides to the trekker about traditional and rural living in the Himalayas. You can also learn about their cultural traditions and way of life. You can also reach Buddhist stupas, and see monasteries chortens, and prayer flags in the village. These religious places are important to the local culture and provide information on Tibetan Buddhist traditions and practices. Lhosar(Tibetan New Year) is a Celebration with grand. This local festival includes a colorful mix of music, dancing, and religious ceremonies. This celebration offers to exchange of multi-culture and cultural diversity universally in Tibet border. Now, Farm village people follow the old farming methods in Tsum Valley. Land, rainfall, local seeds, and conventional tillage methods to produce crops based on nature’s offer. Men and women equally work in the farmhouse.

Woman sifting corn in field outside Lho on Manaslu Circuit


Physical Fitness Required for this Trek

The Manaslu Circuit trek is difficult for a beginner so we do not offer it for Everyone. You should need excellent physical condition as well as mentally for Mount Manaslu location. It is true, that the Manaslu circuit trek ending point is Larke Pass. Its high altitude makes it difficult for every trekker. During the physical fitness training, you are careful about the altitude sickness. The subject manaslu altitude training is not compulsory but you take help for preparing the body for the high altitudes. You have many benefits from the after-altitude training. From the training Improved acclimatization, Enhanced Endurance and Stamina, and Better Physical Preparedness. Increasing the stamina in the body for the Manaslu region trek. It requires a program that highly includes cardiovascular preparation, strength training, flexibility exercises, and a good diet and fruit.

Physical Fitness Required for this Trek

Preparation Tips:

  • Cardiovascular Fitness
  • Strength Training
  • Altitude Acclimatization
  • Pack Light
  • Mental Preparedness

Manaslu Trek Temperature/Weather

When you are planning to trek the Manaslu conversion Area. The trekking crews need to understand about weather and temperature of the Manaslu Region. Trekking enjoyment is determined by the there temperature and weather. Manaslu circuit trek weather changes according to the seasons. The best season to go on the Manaslu Circuit trail is from March to May and September to November. Among months the peak season is September to November. During the monsoon season avoid trekking. It brings rains, floods, and landslides which start from June to August. Generally, the climate of the monsoon season is heavy rainfall, high humidity, cloudy skies, and lush vegetation in the Manaslu circuit tour. The winter season also is not good for the trekking journey. In this season high levels of cold in the Himalayan region so the trekkers face high altitude sickness on top of Manaslu Valley. Weather forecasting is the top challenge in Manaslu Himalaya. The weather department just forecasting for short-term duration. There are many affecting factors that may not be able for actual forecasting likewise, mountain terrain, limited metrology stations, and rapid weather change conditions. These challenges minimize the daily Updates and Observe the Sky overview. The autumn season gives stable weather, clear skies, pleasant temperatures, and clear views.



Spring Seasons: It brings a sunny and clear environment. The temperatures in the lower range from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to70°F). In the highlands, temperatures range from 5°C to 15° (40°F to 60°F) in hot springs.

Summer Season: The temperatures rise rapidly higher.  This season is best for the Manaslu circuit trek. In the lowlands, temperatures range from 15°C to 25°C (60°F to 80°F). In higher elevations, temperatures range from 5°C to 15°C (40°F to 60°F).

Autumn Season: Temperatures range in autumn seasons from 10°C to 20°C, with lower elevations reaching 50°F to 70°F. In higher elevations, temperatures range from 0°C to 10°C (30°F to 50°F).

Winter Seasons: This is the coldest season. In this season heavy snowfall in the higher elevations and lower temperatures. In lower elevations, temperatures range from 5°C to 15°C (40°F to 55°F). In higher heights, temperatures range from below zero to minus fifteen degrees Celsius (14°F to 35°F).

The weather and temperature is the critical aspect for everyone. In the case of the Manaslu conversion area project which is more dangerous for trekking. The preventive is better than the curative. For a safe and enjoyable hike, you bring seasonal clothing, gear, and equipment.

What kind of Accommodation and Food are available on the Manaslu Trek?


The teahouse and guesthouse provide a variety of meals in the Manaslu circuit trek route. As provides tests of preferences including Chinese, Nepali, and Indian cuisines. The popular Thakli Khana, includes Rice, curry, soup, picked, green vegetables, and papad for lunch. Vegetable dishes are also available based on the order. You have to enjoy hearty meals like momo with veggies chicken, buffalo, and cheese along the route. During the trial, you don’t expect more about the variety menu. This is sure that you get tasty food for dinner,  People are warm welcoming, and hospitality in the Manaslu Hill area. The food costs USD 10-15 per dinner with mineral water. The rates rise at which is the altitude gain.

food and accommodation manaslu trek in september


The lodging options access warm and clean guesthouses and teahouses by local families While the walk is less established than more popular routes. You may still have accommodations with basic comforts like which is need for a day likewise beds, blankets, and pillows. Some guesthouses even have adjusted restrooms with hot showers, however with limited amenities. The restaurants also charge an additional cost for electricity, phone call access, and Wi-Fi (internet service). Rooms are often furnished with twin beds arrangements with many beds per room. The cost of accommodation is USD 10-15 around Per night But It is depending on the seasonal charge. During the peak season booking for accommodation is required otherwise it’s not necessary for pre-booking to trekking agencies. If you have a guide, they will assist with accommodation and food which you can afford. Only a Government license holder trekker is permitted as a guide. Manaslu Base Camp offers limited luxury accommodations. The luxury accommodations are Boutique lodges and Homestay. The boutique lodges provide more comfortable accommodation compared to available teahouses. It includes a private room with attached bathrooms, a hot shower a comfortable bed, and a dinner that serves a variety of amenities. The homestay also provides a unique cultural experience and personalized service. The standard package is also available who want a comfortable journey to a different destination.

Accommodation and Food in the Manaslu Circuit Trek

Will I Suffer from Altitude Sickness on the Manaslu Trek?

Mountain sickness is a major issue for trekkers at high –altitudes. The trek starts point 5000 meters above, the air is thin and oxygen levels are low. The uphill section increases as sure of dangerous level is fixed. As the basis of age, gender, and physical fitness affect altitude sickness for everyone. Symptoms of altitude sickness are Headache, Nausea and vomiting, Fatigue, and shortness of breath. These many problems Can reduced and you can be safe and enjoy Manaslu Base Camp altitude.

altitude sickness

The subject altitude training is not compulsory but you need help for preparing your body for the high altitudes. You have many benefits from the after-altitude training. The training Improved acclimatization, Enhanced Endurance and Stamina, and Better Physical Preparedness. Increasing the stamina in the body for the Circuit trail. It requires a program that highly includes cardiovascular preparation, strength training, flexibility exercises, and a good diet. You can reduce if you work out on the Stay hydrated, Proper nutrition, Consider packing altitude sickness, medication, and Morning walk. Guides are well-known about Manaslu Trek’s altitude sickness. In emergency cases, the Expert team follows the preventive method, fast response protocol, and evacuation support as needed and also manages the emergency Helicopter service from expertise. The topic of the Manaslu trek goes to over 3000m – 3500m and can make feel altitude sickness so you need to make a pre-plan mention of the above activities.

How to get to Manaslu Circuit Trek?

To begin the Manaslu Base Camp, you must first go to Kathmandu town, The Manaslu region is accessible from both Kathmandu and Pokhara. The entire driving distance from Kathmandu is around 150 kilometers, and from Pokhara is 165 kilometers. The bus journey from Pokhara and Kathmandu takes approximately 8-9 hours. if you are starting the journey at Katmandu and Pokhara can take many transportation by public bus, private jeep, car, and also helicopter. The flights are often delayed due to the weather in Nepal. There are many buses, jeeps, and tourist buses that can reach Soti Khola by bus. By bus, for 8-9 hours, and by flight for approximately 1-2 hours you get start point a majestic view of the wilderness thrill in the Annapurna Circuit Region, Manang. The cost of the flight is expensive. The cost of a local bus is NPR 600-1,000 (USD 5-8) per person, a Tourist bus is NPR 1,000-1,500 (USD 8-12) per person, Private jeep NPR 20,000-25,000 (USD 160-200) per vehicle and sharing jeep NPR 2,500-3,500 (USD 20-28) per person. The travel cost during Manaslu trekking regions is also dependent on the convenience of the journey. You have many options for choosing the vehicle. The Manaslu route map walk concludes in Dharapani, in the Annapurna area, Manang. After Dharapani, we take a Jeep to Besisahar. You can stay overnight in Besisahar and drive to Pokhara/Kathmandu by tourist bus, or you can directly drive from Dharapani to Pokhara/Kathmandu, to shorten a day depending on your itinerary planning. This itinerary provided facilities including the Tsum Valley trek. If you are feeling too tired after hiking Tum Valley, instead of Dharapani, we can take a jeep ride from Tilche.

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Equipment and Gear Checklist for Manaslu Trek

As per the rules weight of the package is comfortable in your body. The bag weight journey of the Manaslu trek package depends on personal preference, the distance of the journey, and the trek day. Actual needed clothing and gear are not fixed but you can pack basic equipment as follows a trekking experience. As you should pack additional clothes and gear as the basis of requirement and preference. We are highly recommended for packing sleeping bags due to the warmth, hygiene, and comfort. Another hand you completely avoid Heavy and Bulky Items, Unnecessary Toiletries, Jewelry and Valuables, Books and Heavy Reading Material, Overabundance of Clothing, and Cotton Clothing. The whole list of tools you’ll need is shown below:equipment

Small Personal Equipment

  • Backpack
  • Trekking Boots
  • Hiking Socks
  • Headlamp

Personal Prescriptions

  • Personal Pharmacy
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Painkillers
  • Antibiotics
  • First Aid Kit

Gear and Clothing

  • Base Layers
  • Insulation
  • Outer Layer
  • Trekking Pants
  • Gloves
  • Hat

Cost and the Visa Process for the Manaslu Trek

Nepal visa

Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months. Most visitors to Nepal must have a current visa to enter the nation. At other border crossings or the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, From the Nepal government, you can obtain a visa. Since visa requirements and prices sometimes change, you can get the most recent information from the Nepalese Embassy or Consulate in your home nation. This is important to note, that a valid passport, clear passport-size photo, completed visa application, and visa charge bill are necessary documents for visa application in Nepal. SAARC Countries citizens get free visas a stay up to 30 days. Where SAARC Countries means (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka). Indian citizens do not require a visa to enter and stay in Nepal. The last updated visa charge is as follows:

Money exchange in Nepal

(1 USD = ~ Rs.130 NPR).

Visa fees

USD 30: 15 Days

USD 50: 50 Days

USD 125: 90 Days

Tourist Visa

Tourist visas are also available at Tribhuwan International Airport. They are also accessible at Nepalese embassies and consulates overseas before your journey. Somewhere, If you want to stay in Nepal for a day to explore the beauty of nature. You can apply soon for a visa extension department in Kathmandu or Pokhara. The maximum extension day is 15 and more additional extensions up to a total of 150 days.

Banking Transaction information

Nepal’s banking system is fully converted into a modern banking system. Banks provide Mobile, internet banking, Debit cards, Credit cards, remittances, SWIFT, and exchange facilities. The joint venture Bank is also situated in Kathmandu. Exchange facilities are only provided by banks and authorized foreign exchange dealers. Trekkers can exchange money at a foreign exchange counter at Tribhuvan International Airport. Banks are open from 9:00 am end 6:00 pm from Sunday to Thursday. On Friday banks open same time but close at 1:00 pm. The bank is fully closed on Saturday and Public holiday.

ATM provides 24-hour service. The foreign card withdrawal maximum of 25000 Rupees and a Minimum of 500 Rupees. You cannot meet any ATM along the Manaslu Circuit Trek route. The trails are located in remote and hilly areas so the banking service is limited. You should carry sufficient cash for the trekking package and personal expenses.

Other information:

If, you hire a guide for the convenience of money exchange and banking transactions. You will pay money in terms of conditions. You know about the mother language of Nepal. You should be concerned cultural customs of the trek. During the Circuit Trekking trail, you will stay connected with friends and family from the many electric devices likewise local SIM cards, and Phones, and connect to Wi-Fi at the teahouse (messenger, Viber, and WhatsApp). You can choose which is useful for yourself.

How High Will I Go on the Manaslu Trek?

Mt. Manaslu is known as Mt. Kutung in Tibet. This summit is roughly 64 kilometers east of Mount Annapurna. Even though multiple expeditions to Manaslu had previously occurred, they were only legally unlocked in 1991.

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The Manaslu circuit trek is a challenging route in Nepal. Tibetan border crossed on a day. You can go the highest point at the Larky La Pass in this trek which is 5167m/ 16952 ft. You can stay a night at the height of 4460m/ 14632. This is the most dangerous night but you can prepare by the trek itinerary. You will have two acclimatization days and will be far into your trek, so your body will accustomed to the high altitude. The Larkya La pass is one of the highest in the world. This is the primary highlight of the Manaslu circuit trip. This pass is the primary factor that makes the journey more exciting and worthwhile. You may also enjoy a stunning natural view of some of the world’s tallest mountains. It is covered in snow and shines brightly when the sun’s rays contact the white snow. You can combine this journey with Larkya La Pass to make a Manaslu circuit by Larkya La Pass journey.

Manaslu circuit trekking is difficult?

The answer to the trek is a difficult measure of the many factors. The major factors are the high altitude, weather, length and duration, and  Experience in remote areas, and fitness level.

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High altitude: Manaslu is the top eight highest mountain(5106 meters) in the world. The destination was completed to reach 5106 meters (16,400 feet) at the Larkya La pass. Altitude sickness is a critical problem of during trekking time so Proper acclimatization and a slow ascent are critical to reducing the risk of altitude sickness.

Length and Duration: When you are ready for the Manaslu circuit trek in Nepal. The trekker daily climbs uphill area for physical fitness. The daily walk takes around 14 to 18 days to complete. The Manaslu circuit trek itinerary and routes fixed to plan your day also extend the itinerary day.

landscapes and track Conditions: The track traverses a variety of landscapes, from lush forests to stony slopes and glaciers. Some sections may be steep and difficult, necessitating a high level of physical fitness and hiking experience.

Weather: The trekker must understand about weather and temperature of the Manaslu Region. The best season to go on the Manaslu Circuit trek is from March to May and September to November. Avoid the monsoon season for the trekking. It brings rains, floods, and landslides which start from June to August.

At last, the Manaslu Circuit Trek is difficult. It provides unrivaled natural beauty and cultural contact with Indigenous populations. Difficulties can be overcome by preparing properly, including physical training, and altitude acclimation. Selecting a skilled guide or trekking service.

Are Health and Safety Essentials for Manaslu Circuit Trek?

The Manaslu tour package comes with many health risks due to the high altitudes, challenging terrain, and location & Geography. Mountain sickness is a major issue for trekkers at high –altitudes. Symptoms of altitude sickness are Headache, Nausea and vomiting, Fatigue, and shortness of breath. These many problems can be reduced and you can be safe and enjoy a trek trip.

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You can reduce if you are working out on the Stay hydrated, Proper nutrition, Consider packing altitude sickness, medication and Listen to your body. There are no specific vaccinations prescribed by the medical department for Manaslu Circuit Trek. For safety, you will take certain vaccines to protect against various diseases and health risks. Measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella (chickenpox), polio, influenza and Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, etc. Manaslu circuit is located in remote areas so you don’t nervous about the wild animals during the route. On the trail, you find the Himalayan Black Bear, snow leopard, Red panda, Monkey, and Various Bird Species. Here are some tips for personal safety.

Prevention of Health risk

  • Altitude Sickness Medications
  • Personal Prescriptions
  • First Aid Kit
  • Water Purification

Prevention of wildlife Animal

  • Stay informed:
  •  Respect Wildlife
  • Secure Food and Waste

Sustainability and Responsible Tourism

During the trekking time, you have to create many waste of things. The main responsibility is the manage waste thing for the safety of environmental pollution. The trash should be collected in reusable bags. All trash disposal is properly for preserving the beauty of nature.  It is not only harmful to the environment. It negatively affects on whole Ecosystem. Never leave your waste of things behind the trek. Our Earth is a common home so our main responsibility is to preserve Earth.

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Before the trip

  • Respect and Research
  • Pick Ethical Operators
  • Pack with Thought

During the trip

  • Respect local culture
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
  • Energy and Resource Conservation

After the trip

  • Exchange Knowledge
  • Think and Learn


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Manaslu Trek Permit and their Cost

As a keen traveler, I know that you have researched everything about Manaslu trekking. However, you may miss out on something, especially about the Manaslu Trekking permit fees. So, how much does the Manaslu Trek Permit cost?

To answer this question, I have come up with this article describing the actual cost of the Manaslu trek permit.

First of all, the Manaslu Trek Permit Cost hugely depends on the month you are trekking, the number of trekking days and in which season are you trekking (Spring and Autumn). Manaslu Circuit Trek is located in a restricted and isolated region of Nepal. Manaslu trekking has been overshadowed by other famous treks such as Everest Trekking and Annapurna Trekking over the past year. However, this around Manaslu treks is gaining much more popularity in recent times due to its unspoiled and unexplored beauty.

To trek in this restricted region, you need a total of three different special permits issued by the Government of Nepal, Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Immigration at Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu.



Manaslu Circuit Trek Permit Fees Details:

Three different special permits with cost are:

Manaslu Restricted Permit Fee:

If you are planning to trek around Manaslu trek from September to November (Autumn), the permit will cost you USD 70 for the first seven days and USD 10 for each additional day

Similarly, from December to August (Winter, Spring, and Summer), the Manaslu trek permit will cost USD 50 for the first seven days and USD 7 for each additional day

Manaslu Conservation Area Permit Fee:

  • MCAP Entry Fee for SAARC: NRs.1000 per person
  • MCAP Entry Fee for other nationals: NRs.3000 per person

Annapurna Conservation Area Permit Fee (ACAP):

  • ACAP Entry Fee for SAARC: NRs. 1000 per person
  • ACAP Entry Fee for other nationals: NRs.3000 per person

If you choose Tsum Valley as a side trip, then you need to add one more permits — Tsum Valley permit. It will cost USD 35 per person for one week.

Whereas, you can also continue Annapurna Circuit Trek or Annapurna base camp Trek. You need to apply for the TIMS card. It will cost USD 10 per person.



Manaslu Trekking Permits Terms and Conditions:

  • Children under 10 years of age do not require any permit.
  • Trekkers need to apply as an individual entry permit for MCAP and ACAP
  • An entry permit is non-refundable as well as non-transferable and valid for the single entry only
  • The person entering the Conservation Area shall abide by the National Park and Wildlife Conservation Act, 2029 B.S. (1973) and the Regulations made under this Act
  • Entry Permits will not be issued from any check posts along the trekking routes of the Conservation Areas. It is only available from the Kathmandu and Pokhara Tourism Board office
  • Entry permits must be carried during the entire trek and should be shown in the checkpoint
  • Above Manaslu trek, permit cost includes 13% Value Added Tax (VAT) and all other government taxes

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Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park

A jungle safari Adventure does not have to be dangerous or something you need to have guts for. You still can go on an adventurous journey where you get to explore one of the best things you could have possibly experienced in your life. Not only mountains but the national parks are located in Nepal has a wide range of biodiverse flora and fauna some of which are the rarest species to encounter on this planet. Especially when it comes to wildlife photographers and jungle safari, the national parks of Nepal are a go-to destination.


Nepal has a wide range of adventurous stuffs and activities to explore. Its massive mountains, thick forest and diversifies landscape is what makes it a land full of adventures to try on. It is simply an amazing thing to know that a small country has so many things to offer. Travel sometimes tend to make you modest, it makes you realize who you are, how you should have been living and what you were missing all your life.

Be it jumping from a famous hill and fly like a bird above the sky of a beautiful city pokhara, be it hanging in between a swiftly flowing rivers and a suspension bridge in Bhote Koshi rivers, be it jumping from a plane above the highest peak in the world or viewing the beautiful scenario of the mountains, hills and lakes in Pokhara, Nepal has a big basket of adventures to experience and explore. You might have not though of living a life which you live when you are travelling in this country. you simply start regretting about why you never came to this place before and thank god that you are finally here otherwise you would have died without even experiencing and seeing the things you should have seen in your life.



Other than the mountains and lakes, Nepal has a thick forest which consists of wide range of ecosystem and diversifies floral and faunal features. There are ten different national parks in Nepal, each of them serving as a home to some of the rarest species in Nepal. the Sagarmatha national park has the highest mountain peak in its territory, the Langtang national park has a holy and a sacred pond in its territory, the Bardiya national park is a home to one of the wildest creature on this planet- tiger, the Shivapuri Nagarjun has been protecting the very capital city of this small country, the Rara national park has the beautiful landscape of one of the remote places of this country, the Shey Phoksunda national park has a famous Ramsar announced lake in it while the very famous Chitwan national park is home to some of the rarest species on this planet –one horned rhinoceros and the royal Bengal tiger.


Chitwan National Park

Though you can still enjoy the feel of jungle safari in the other nine national parks of Nepal but still people prefer Jungle Safari in Chitwan national park over all of them. The vast jungle which I surrounded by the Tharu community and the most beautiful floral and faunal features is what has made Chitwan national park, a destination for all the animal loving people.

Situated In the southern lowlands of Nepal, Chitwan national park is one of the UNESCO world heritage site present in Nepal and was the first national park ever declared in the country. In the area of 952.63 kilometers square, the Chitwan national park has been a home to a wide variety of fauna, mammals and birds. The Narayani-Rapti River forms a natural territory with the human civilization in Chitwan, giving the wild animals their own space and suitable habitat.

The grassland is an alluvial grassland and the forest is a subtropical moist deciduous forest. The fauna likes king cobra, python, monitor lizards, wild gharials are abundantly found in the Chitwan national park. Mammals like clouded leopard, sloth bear, four horned antelope, one horned rhinoceros, the king of jungle- Bengal tiger, Bengal foxes .the whole mammals, fauna and birds are accumulated to form a total of 700 species of wildlife in this national park. You can enjoy the feel of jungle safari watching at these amazing wildlife, sitting on the elephant where your security is assured and fun is going to be unlimited.


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Top 10 Best Treks in Nepal

Top 10 Best Treks in Nepal – Best Trekking Destination in Nepal

Nepal is home to many breathtaking trekking destinations in the world. That’s why Nepal is also known as the trekker’s paradise. Every year thousands of trekkers come to Nepal to experience the thrill and the beauty Nepal has to offer. Trekking in Nepal gives the adrenaline junkies the element of adventure, thrill, beauty, and joy. Some of the trekking destinations in Nepal are ranked as the best treks in Nepal based on tourist interest and flow.

Nepal offers various trekking suitable for every kind of trekker. There are many challenging treks in Nepal that offers adventure to experienced trekkers and also easy trails with mesmerizing mountain views that boost the spirit of beginner trekkers.

In this article, we will provide you a list of our top 10 best treks in Nepal.

Best Treks in Nepal: Everest Base Camp Trek

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 14 days
  • Max. elevation: 5,364 m / 17,598 ft(Everest Base Camp)
  • Start/finish: Lukla/Lukla
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular trek in Nepal and as well as in the world. Every year thousands of trekker visit Nepal for the Everest Base Camp Trek and most trekker has it in their bucket list. Being one of the best treks in Nepal, Everest Base Camp Trek is also considered as one of the best treks in the world.

Everest Base Camp Trek takes you to the base camp of the world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest (8848m). Getting to the base camp is better experienced than explained. This Everest Trek takes us through the UNESCO World Heritage Site listed Sagarmatha National Park which is full of diverse flora and fauna and rich wildlife. Along with that, you will witness breathtaking views of some of the world’s highest mountains such as Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, and Makalu.

You will walk through the beautiful Sherpa village where you can experience the culture and tradition of the Sherpa community. You will see colorful prayer flags festooned on suspension bridges, main walls, and spin prayer wheels.

Getting to the trailhead: a 30-minute flight Kathmandu to Lukla.

Best Treks in Nepal: Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 12 days
  • Max. elevation: 4130 m / 13,550 ft
  • Start/finish point: Nayapul/Nayapul
  • Trek difficulty: Moderate
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Annapurna Base Camp Trek is the second most popular trek in Nepal that takes you deep into the foot of Annapurna South. It is one of the best treks in Nepal that takes you through the classical trekking routes in Nepal. Annapurna Base Camp Trek is filled with a diverse landscape, rich flora and fauna, diverse culture, and breathtaking views of the Annapurna range.

Walking through dense jungles filled with rhododendron trees along with the beautiful mountain views is just extraordinary. You will trek to Annapurna Sanctuary which is a glacier bowl located below the Annapurna range. The view of the mountain is quite different from other classical treks in Nepal as the views are less expansive and more vertical. You find yourself looking almost straight up to see the mountains towering above you.

Furthermore, Annapurna Base Camp Trek is rich in culture. The Annapurna Region is mainly inhabited by Magar and Gurung ethnic groups with distinct cultures and traditions. It is also home to the brave Gorkha soldiers. Experience the warm hospitality of the local people and know more about the mountain culture in Nepal with this Annapurna Trek.

Getting to the trailhead: a 25-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, followed by a 2-hour drive; or an 8-hour drive from Kathmandu.

Best Treks in Nepal: Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna Circuit Trekking

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 12 days
  • Max. elevation: 5,416 m / 17,769 ft (Thorong La Pass)
  • Start/finish: Bhulbule/Jomsom
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek Style: Teahouse


Annapurna Circuit trek is considered as one of the best long-distance treks in the world. The Annapurna Circuit trail takes us through some of the most diverse terrains in Nepal. The trek starts from the hillside walking through dense forest and takes you to the arid hills near the majestic mountains.

One of the major highlights of this trek is crossing the Thorong La Pass (5416m) which is one of the highest mountain passes in the world. Along the trail, you will have picturesque views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna Massif, and Manaslu. You will also witness the remote Upper Mustang and Tibetan plateau. Furthermore, you will hike to the Kali Gandaki gorge which is the deepest gorge in the world. Also, hike past the shrine temple of Muktinath which is of religious importance for both Hindus and Buddhists

Annapurna Circuit is a classical Himalayan trek but it has lost the feel of the classical trek due to the increasing popularity and especially due to road construction. Despite all that, the trek remains a great adventure with the crossing of the 5,416m Thorong La pass.

Getting to the trailhead: a 25-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, followed by a 2-hour drive; or an 8-hour drive from Kathmandu.

Best Treks in Nepal: Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Trek difficulty

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 13 days
  • Max. elevation: 5,106 m / 16,752 ft (Larkya La pass)
  • Start/finish: Soti Khola/Besisahar
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the best off-the-beaten-trail treks in Nepal, located in one of the most isolated and remote areas of Nepal. As the Manaslu region falls under the restricted area of Nepal, you require a special permit to trek in the region, and solo trekking is not allowed.

Manaslu Circuit trail takes you around the Manaslu conservation area and leads to a breathtaking view of the eighth highest mountain in the world. With the remarkable landscapes and rich biodiversity, Manaslu Trekking is one of the best trekking destinations in the untouched and unexplored part of Nepal. Along with the majestic views of the Himalayas, the trek is full of cultural diversity, ethnicity, beautiful natural scenery with high altitude glacier lakes, and enthralling flora and faunas.

The Manaslu Circuit trek is gaining popularity in the recent year as the trek has all the features you’d expect from a classic Himalayan trek—deep lush valleys at lower elevations, amazing views of 8,000m peaks, and a 5,000m+ pass crossing—all the while remaining largely unspoiled by visitors.

Although the trek is getting popular by the day, the Manaslu Circuit still exhibits very remote and has fewer trekkers than the more established classic treks of Nepal.

Getting to the trailhead: an 8-hour drive from Kathmandu.

Best Treks in Nepal: Langtang Trek


Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 7 days
  • Max. elevation: 3800m (Kyanjin Gompa) / 4773m (Kyanjin Ri)
  • Start/finish: Syabru Besi
  • Trek difficulty: Easy to moderate
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Langtang Valley Trek is the best short trek in Nepal that lies very close to Kathmandu. Located just 68Km north of Kathmandu, Langtang trek is the fastest way to get to the lap of the Himalayas from Kathmandu. Langtang Valley is also known as the valley of glaciers as it consists of more than 70 glaciers of different sizes.

You will trek through Langtang national park which is the first Himalayan national park in Nepal. The trail is filled with diverse flora and fauna and rich wildlife. Along with that, the trek offers the breathtaking view of the majestic mountain peaks including Langtang Lirung, Langtang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, and Tserko Ri.

Along with the mountain views, the Langtang Valley trek offers great adventure in the Nepalese Himalaya with a unique cultural experience. The area is mostly inhabited by the Tamang community. Tamangs are the descendants of Tibetans who moved to Nepal ages ago. Thus, you will witness Tibetan culture and tradition and observe their daily lifestyles.

After having been devoid of travelers for a couple of years after the 2015 earthquake, the trails and guesthouses have been rebuilt, and trekkers are back.

The trek takes you through magnificent forests to the high alpine meadows and yak pastures around Kyangjin Gompa (a Buddhist monastery), with an optional day hike up to the top of Kyangjin Ri (peak).

Getting to the trailhead: a 7-hour drive from Kathmandu

Best Treks in Nepal: Upper Mustang Trek

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 12 days
  • Max. elevation: 3810 m / 12,500 ft
  • Start/finish: Jomsom/Jomsom
  • Trek difficulty: Moderate
  • Trek style: Teahouse


The arid valley of the Upper Mustang Trek offers a unique landscape compared to almost all other treks in Nepal. Upper Mustang is an exotic trekking destination of Nepal that lies in the rainshadow area with an arid desert-like landscape. Thus, it resembles the Tibetan plateau. The best time to trek to Upper Mustang is during Summer/Monsoon. The Upper Mustang trek offers mesmerizing views of mountains like Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, and Annapurna which I’m sure will leave you speechless.

Upper Mustang wasn’t open for tourists until 1992 and you need special permits to enter. The remote terrain and isolation for decades helped the region to retain its ancient culture and tradition. Immerse in the spiritual vibe of Upper Mustang. You will find the dominance of Tibetan Buddhism and can observe one of the best-preserved Tibetan Buddhism here. Visit the ancient caves, monasteries, chortens, and see rock paintings. Also, spin the prayer wheels, watch the prayer flag flutter in the wind, and hike past ancient Mani walls.

Getting to the trailhead: you’ll need to take two connecting flights: Kathmandu to Pokhara (25 minutes), and Pokhara to Jomsom (20 minutes).

Best Treks in Nepal: Everest Three Passes Trek

Everest Three pass trek

Fast facts

  • Min. duration: 18 days
  • Max. elevation: 5,535 m / 18,159 ft (Kongma La pass)
  • Start/finish: Lukla/Lukla
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek style: Teahouse


The Everest Three Passes Trek is an excellent chance to witness massive Himalayan ranges over 8,000 m including Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, and many more. The trek takes us through three 5,000m+ passes and is the best way to truly experience the Everest Region.

The trek not only takes us to the Everest Base Camp Trek but also offers even more spectacular views of the Himalaya as you cross the Renjo La, Cho La and Kongma La passes. The beautiful view from the passes almost knocks everyone off the knees. However, it is equally challenging.

Getting to the trailhead: a 30-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.

Best Treks in Nepal: Gokyo Lakes Trek

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 12 days
  • Max. elevation: 5357 m / 17,575 ft(Gokyo Ri)
  • Start/finish: Lukla/Lukla
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Gokyo Lake trek is another trek in the Everest region that takes us to the beautiful journey to the enticing Gokyo Lakes. Just like the Everest Three Passes Trek, the Gokyo Lakes Trek shares significant sections with the classic Everest Base Camp Trek but takes you into a valley west of Everest. Its main attraction is the beautiful lakes at Gokyo, at around 5,000 meters. From there, trekkers can climb Gokyo Ri (5,357m /17,575 ft), a rocky peak with one of the best expansive views on Mt Everest.

Getting to the trailhead: a 30-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.

Best Treks in Nepal: Mardi Himal Trek

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 7 days
  • Max. elevation: 4,500 m / 14764 ft (Mardi Base Camp)
  • Start/finish: Kande/Sidhing Village
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Mardi Himal Trek is a hidden gem of the Annapurna region that takes you deeper into the Annapurna region. The trek was officially opened for trekkers only in 2012 but yet it has become one of the most visited trekking trails in the Annapurna Region. The Mardi Himal trek provides us with the opportunity to get to the lap of the Himalayas within a short period. The trek offers beautiful views of snowy mountains like Mardi Himal, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Hiunchuli.

The trek begins from the hillside villages and terraced farms and takes us through a dense forest that opens up to a ridge. A thrilling ridgeline walk overlooking majestic Himalayan views wakes up a photographer inside you. You can enjoy the stunning sunrises and sunsets over the Himalayas where the snowy mountains shine like gold.

Mardi Himal Trek is also culturally enriched. You will be passing through villages with different ethnic groups like Gurung, Ghale, and Brahmins. The trekking route is yet to touch by the streak of commercialization so savor the amazing trek when you can!

Getting to the trailhead: a 25-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, followed by a 1-hour drive; or 7 to 8-hour drive from Kathmandu.

Best Treks in Nepal: Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Trip facts

  • Min. duration: 20 days
  • Max. elevation: 5,160m / 16,923ft (Pang Pema Base Camp)
  • Start/finish: Suketar/Suketar
  • Trek difficulty: Challenging
  • Trek style: Teahouse


Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is an adventurous trekking destination in Nepal for those trekkers seeking thrilling trekking holidays into some of the remote regions of Nepal. The major highlight of the trek, Mt. Kanchenjunga is the world’s third-highest mountain (8,586m) that lay the border between Nepal and Sikkim in India.

This trek is taken as one of the most daredevil destinations where you can explore both northern and southern base camp of massif Mt. Kanchenjunga. The trek is quite technical so there are very few trekkers seemed in the trail. But it is the best destinations to explore the unsoiled alluring villages and scenic views of an amazing landscape of the eastern region of Nepal.

Kanchenjunga base camp trek is one of the fascinating trekking destinations of Nepal which offers us the most beautiful landscape of the Kanchenjunga area. As being one of the most challenging trekking trails of Nepal it provides us an opportunity to observe the unspoiled traditional culture and lifestyle of local inhabitants.

Getting to the trailhead: a 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Biratnagar, followed by a 20-minute flight from Biratnagar to Suketar;

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Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake Trek

Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake Trek: Off The Beaten Trail Trek in Nepal

khopra ridge and khayer lake trek

Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake Trek are known as off-the-beaten trails in Nepal. Also known as Khopra Ridge Trek, the Khopra danda Annapurna region trek can be a great alternative to the very crowded and popular, Ghorepani trek. In this trek, you can undoubtedly experience the fascinating landscapes, Himalayas, biodiversity, and many others, as well as an enticing village route.

Populated by Gurung, Magar, Brahmin, Chhetri & many other ethnic groups, the villages exhibit diverse cultures, lifestyles, languages, and traditions.

Situated just between the two popular trekking destinations in Annapurna Region; Annapurna Base Camp and Jomsom-Muktinath trek, Khopra Ridge Khayer Lake trekking is a newly opened, off-the-beaten trail trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal.

On the other hand, this trek has attracted several trekkers to the unexplored trails to Khayer Lake offering the magnificent Himalayan vista. Besides, the Khayer Danda offers the best glimpses of unbeatable viewpoints.

Major Highlights of Khopra Danda and Khayer Lake Trek

  • The Pastoral villages
  • Handmade paper production
  • Cheese factories and Mushroom farms
  • Visiting Yak and Cow breeding farms
  • Explore the unexplored Khayer Lake, situated at 4600 meters
  • Explore different settlements witnessing the unique culture and languages of Magar, Gurung, Brahmin, Chhetris, and other ethnic people.
  • Incredible views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, II, III and south, Hiunchuli, Mt. Fishtail, Mt. Lamjung Himal, and Mt. Nilgiri.
  • Trek to Khopra Danda Annapurna Region Trek

The journey starts by driving for seven hours precisely from Kathmandu to Pokhara. After you arrive in Pokhara, you will again be driven to Nayapool and the trek to Tikhedunga starts from there. The distance up to Tikhedhunga is about fifteen hundred meters and it will take four hours to reach there. The very next day, our destination will be Ghorepani. Further, the distance of twenty-eight hundred meters can be covered in seven hours.

Besides, Ghorepani is a village in the Myagdi District of the Dhaulagiri Zone situated in the northern central part of Nepal. Laying at an elevation of approximately 2874 meters, this village is situated seventeen kilometers from the district capital of Beni. Located within the Annapurna conservation area, the village contains several guesthouses that provide lodging and meals to mountain trekkers and also requires a national park permit to visit.

Journey From Ghorepani

Now from Ghorepani, we will trek up to Swata which is 2400 meters and take approximately four hours. Destined to go up to Dhankharka, we will wake up the next morning to walk for about four to five hours up to an altitude of 3000 meters. It will take us four hours to reach Khopra danda from Dhankharka which is at an elevation of 3660 meters and will take four hours to reach. Further, the next day will be more challenging cause we will have to walk up to 4600 meters to reach Khayer lake and return on the same day.

Finally, it is time for you to get rewarded after a long walk. As you reach Khayer lake, you will get rewarded with some amazing mountain vistas in the entire Himalayas range. You will get to walk some remote forest trails that very few trekkers know about.

Now back to the journey, we will head up to Dobato. It will take seven hours to cover the distance up to 3425 meters.

Unfortunately, you couldn’t enjoy the sunrise from Sarangkot, but you will get a much better view from Ghandruk. Moreover, we will walk for about six hours to reach Ghandruk located at an elevation of 2000 meters. There we will enjoy the very great sunrise and we will be back to Nayapul trek and back to Pokhara.

Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake Trek Map:

Map Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake Trekking

Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake Trek Itinerary:

  • 1st Day: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (1,300 m)
  • 2nd Day: Kathmandu valley sightseeing or trekking equipment preparing
  • 3rd Day: Kathmandu Drive to Pokhara 6 hrs. of driving
  • 4th Day: Pokhara Drive to Nayapul (1,050 m) then trek to Tikhedhunga (1,570 m) 4 hrs. of trek
  • 5th Day: Tikhedhunga Trek to Ghorepani (2,840 m) 6 hrs. of trek
  • 6th Day: Morning Hike to Poon Hill (3,210 m) and trek to Sauta village (2,200 m) 5 hrs.
  • 7th Day: Sauta village Trek to Chistibung (3,000 m) 5 hrs. of trek
  • 8th Day: Chistibung Trek to Kopra Ridge (3,870 m) 4 hrs. of trek
  • 9th Day: At Khopra Ridge for local exploration and hike to Khayer Lake (4,620 m).
  • 10th Day: Khayer lake Trek to Dobato (3,420 m) 5 hrs. of the trek
  • 11th Day: Dobato Trek Ghandruk villages (1,950 m) 6 hrs.
  • 12th Day: Ghandruk Trek to Bhirethati 4 hrs. of the trek and drive to Pokhara (860 m) 2 hrs. drive
  • 13th Day: Pokhara Drive back to Kathmandu 7 hrs. of drive
  • 14th Day: Final departure day transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport

For those who want to explore off the beaten trail trek along with ethnic villages, see wildlife, breathtaking snow-capped mountains, beautiful landscapes adorned with alpine forests, and the local culture of people then this Khopra Ridge and Khayer Lake trekking is for you.


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Everest Base Camp Trek Guide: Everything You Need To Know

Everest Base Camp Trek Guide is one of the most adventurous trekking routes in the Himalayas of Nepal. Since Mt. Everest is the tallest mountain in the world, trekking to its base camp is exciting and arduous at the same time. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa were the first people to ascend the summit of Mt. Everest on 29th May 1953 AD. You have the chance to take the same epic trek that Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary took in 1953 A.D. by trekking to Everest Base Camp. Every travel enthusiast, adrenaline seeker, explorer, and environment lover among us has this trek on their bucket list.

The Everest Region, widely known as the Sherpa heartland, is situated in the gorgeous Solukhumbu region. The Everest Base Camp Trek is abundant in Himalayan panoramas, which include well-known mountains such as Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Changasto, Mt. Lingterin, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Kantega, Mt. Kusum Khagaru, Mt. Kongde, Mt. Khumbila, Mt. Tawache, Mt. Cholaste, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak, Pokalde Peak, Honku South Peak, and a lot more. You can also see a variety of high-altitude animals, including Musk deer, Jackals, and Himalayan Tharal Birds like Pheasants.

Everest Base Camp Trek Route:

For our devoted customers, Adventure White Himalaya has created this traditional 15-day Everest Base Camp Trek Package. The journey begins with a direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, one of the world’s most dangerous airports. The inviting Sherpa settlement of Namche Bazaar will then greet you as you continue hiking in the direction of Tyangboche Monastery. After that, you’ll keep walking till you reach Dingboche. You spend a day here getting acclimated to the environment. You will arrive at Lobuche and then Gorakshep after another six hours of trekking. Your Everest Base Camp Trek is successful if you start out early and trek to Kalapatthar (5545m). The experience of arriving at Mount Everest’s base camp will be extraordinary and undoubtedly give you chills.

Everest Base Camp Trek Facts:

  • Trip Starts: Kathmandu
  • Trip Ends: Kathmandu
  • Transportation Facility: Plane or Road
  • Trip Duration: 15 Days
  • Trip Activity: Trekking
  • Trekking Guide: Available (Male)
  • Best Season: Spring and Autumn
  • Min-Max Group Size: 2-20 pax
  • Min age: 12 years or above

Everest Base Camp Trek Highlights:

  • Scenic flight to Lukla Airport
  • Visit Sagarmatha National Park; a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Explore Sherpa Culture and their dishes
  • Breathtaking Mountain Views
  • Witness the Khumbu Glacier, which is Nepal’s largest glacier
  • Visit Hillary Museum on acclimatization day

Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300 m)

When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, a representative from our company will greet you. Once you exit the arrival terminal hall, please search for the person holding a sign featuring your name and the words “Adventure White Himalaya Treks.” You will be brought to the hotel by our agent after retrieving your luggage. When you arrive at the hotel, staff will give you a room key so you may change and take a rest.

Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu and preparation for the trek

Following breakfast, you have two options: One is that you can purchase trekking supplies or equipment at Thamel if you don’t already have any before embarking on a city tour. If you have all you need for trekking, we will give you access to a private automobile so you may tour the Kathmandu Valley. The three most important sites in Kathmandu Valley—are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa, and Boudhanath Stupa—are typically visited on a tour.

Day 03: Fly to Lukla Airport (2,840 m), and trek to Phakding (2,650 m)

You will be driven from your accommodation to the airport in Kathmandu this morning to catch a domestic aircraft to Lukla. It takes about 40 minutes to fly to Lukla. We travel northwest on a broad track from Lukla to the Dudh Koshi valley town of Cheplung. Walking today is simple. As we travel along the river, we pass past the Ghat village. We will descend till we reach Pakhding, a little settlement, which is where we are going.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Phakding

Day 04: Phakding to Namche bazaar (3,440 m)

The track takes us through a lovely pine forest and over suspension bridges along the Dudh Koshi River. Then, after passing through the communities of Banker, Chumoa, and Monjo, we arrive at the checkpoint and entrance to Sagarmatha National Park. First, we get a spectacular view of the gleaming Mt. Thamserku (6,618 m). In order to get to Namche Bazaar, we had to pass via the final settlement of Jorsale.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Namche Bazar

Day 05: Acclimatization rest at Namche bazaar (3,440 m)

We will stop by the visitor center and the Sherpa Museum in the morning. You may see an intriguing exhibition about Sherpa life and culture, a wealth of details about the local flora and fauna, and a display about the development of climbing in the Khumbu.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Namche Bazar

Day 06: Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3,860 m)

Today, we leave the hamlet and travel up a somewhat level path above the Dudh Koshi while taking in the magnificent mountain views of Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse. We proceed past the different Tibetan-run stores selling gifts and descend through a Blue Pine forest to Phunki, where we cross the Dudh Koshi once more (3,250 m). From there, we travel to Tengboche Monastery (3,867 m), from where we get stunning views of Thamsarkhu and Kantega to the north and northeast, as well as Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Taboche.

Overnight stay at local lodge in Tyangboche

Day 07: Tyangboche to Dingboche (4,410 m)

We begin our trek by descending through a rhododendron forest to the Imja River, where we cross it on an exhilarating bridge. We’ll stroll by a substantial mani-stone wall as we approach the Pangboche hamlet. To get to the Dingboche, we continue through the summer pasture.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Dingboche

Day 08: Acclimatization at Dingboche (4,110 m)

Acclimatization at Dingboche will be a memorable day. There are some mesmerizing views of the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge and the North Face of Ama Dablam. You can take in the panoramic views of Ama Dablam, Makalu, Tawoche, Lhotse, Nuptse, Island Peak, and others as you travel roundtrip through this lovely valley.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Dingboche

Day 09: Dingboche to Lobuche (4,910 m)

We reach Dusa today after our walk, from which point we descend to a creek at 4,580 meters. We arrive at the teahouse of Dughla immediately above, where we can see a ridge with numerous tributes to Sherpas who perished during an Everest trek. To get to Lobuche, which is at 4,930 meters, we continue down the Khumbu Glacier’s moraine while enjoying views of Kalapatthar and Pumori.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Lobuche

Day 10: Lobuche to Gorakshep (5,180 m); visit Everest Base Camp (5,364 m), and back to Gorakshep

Given that we are leaving so early, you will have a long and difficult day. We will be walking for almost three hours to get to Gorak Shep as we follow the Khumbu glacier northward. We’ll eat lunch and take a nap after we reach Gorakshep. After crossing the sand flat at Gorak Shep, we spend a few hours ascending into the Khumbu glacier’s lateral mothering before ultimately entering the stony glacial moraine itself. To reach the location referred to as Everest base camp, the trail ascends and descends through the amazing ice. We stroll back towards Gorak Shep, where we spend the night, after taking in the scenery.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Gorakshep

Day 11: Early Morning trekking to Kalapatthar (5,545 m), and returning back to Pheriche (4,240 m)

Our big day is today. We go early in the morning to watch the breathtaking sights of Mount Everest as the sun rises above Kalapatthar (8,848 m).

However, we must first prepare for an early-morning departure in the dark and the chilly weather. Additionally, there is always a chance for brisk gusts that are very cold. Lengthen Khumbu tower, a well-known choice, can be seen to the east when Everest beings emerge between the west shoulder. When we reach the summit, marked by cairns and prayer flags, we scramble to scale the rocky outcrop nearby. We take a seat on the Kalapatthar rock, gazing out at the breathtaking Himalayan landscape and moving from one impressive peak to another. We go back to Gorak Shep for breakfast, go back the same way for lunch, and then keep going till we reach Pheriche.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Pheriche

Day 12: Pheriche trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m)

Today’s trip to the lower elevation of Orsho and Shomare is simpler than the climb to Kalapatthar the day before. After Shomare, an alternative route might be taken if we want to go to the Gompa in Upper Pangboche. We go back the way we came, through the forest to Dingboche, and down to the Imja Khola. On our way through Pangboche, Tyangboche, Phunki Tenga, Kynguma, etc. before arriving at Namche Bazaar, we will pass through a lovely village. Along with us, the Himalayan views will remain unchanged.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Namche Bazar

Day 13: Namche bazaar to Lukla

From Namche to Phakding, the trail is primarily downhill. From Phakding to Lukla, the terrain is all gradually ascending. We will get to Phakding after traversing a number of stunning suspension bridges, lush forests, and high cliffs. The majority of the trials up until Lukla will be uphill after eating at Phakding. We shall arrive in Lukla at last.

Overnight stay at a teahouse in Lukla

Day 14: Fly back to Kathmandu

You will depart from the airport in Lukla in the early morning for a breathtaking mountain flight back to Kathmandu. You will meet our agent when you arrive at the domestic terminal of Kathmandu airport, and they will drive you to your accommodation.

Overnight Stay in a hotel in Kathmandu and also have your goodbye meal at a local restaurant

Day 15: Final Departure

Today marks the end of the trek to Everest Base Camp. For your flight out of Nepal, our airport agent will drop you off at Kathmandu’s international airport.

Everest Base Camp Trek Food and Accommodation:

The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most well-developed treks in Nepal. There are numerous teahouses along the routes leading to Everest Base Camp. All of the cozy tea houses provide a variety of meals and cozy lodging. However, they only provide a small selection of food on the menu due to the remote, high-altitude terrain. However, the food served at the tea houses is wholesome and keeps you refreshed for the strenuous hike. The locals will treat you with great hospitality and top-notch food service. You’ll be heartened by the Sherpa community’s friendliness.

Rice, cereals, and other non-perishable ingredients are therefore widely used in the area. Dal, a cooked lentil soup, is another option. White steamed rice is served with these dishes. All around Nepal, people eat the popular combination dish known as “Dal Bhat.” Most tea houses sell bottled water, but it is extremely pricey. To prepare tea, coffee, and other applications, the tea shops boil water from the nearby stream. There are many water purifying pills and chlorine treatments available if you don’t want to drink bottled water.

The tea houses along the Everest Base Camp route provide twin-sharing accommodations. The majority of teahouses offer twin bedrooms with some furniture. A pillow and a cozy blanket are also included. Along with the teahouses, there are simple bathrooms and squat toilets. Overall, the accommodations are rather basic but more than adequate for a nice stay.

Best Time for Everest Base Camp Trek Guide:

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is an exciting experience you’ll never forget. Therefore, you must be aware of the best time of year to trek to Everest Base Camp if you want to get the most out of this expedition. The Everest Base Camp Trek, however, may be undertaken at any time of the year. Every season offers benefits and drawbacks. So, the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp depends on the type of trekking experience you want.

Spring (March-May)

One of the greatest seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp is spring. Early March marks the beginning of spring, which lasts through May. The weather is consistent and dry during the spring, making it ideal for trekking and high-altitude hiking. Indeed, the days are sunny and bright, and the sky is a deep blue, giving you a magnificent view of the mountains and the surroundings. Due to the consistent weather, it is the busiest and best season for trekkers.

Autumn (September-October)

The Everest Base Camp Trek is the best and most successful in the autumn. During autumn, days are very clear and the weather is moderate, except for the nights which are quite chilly. Unusual snowstorms can happen occasionally during this time of year. Due to the perfect weather, this season attracts more trekkers to Everest Base Camp than any other. Pre-ordering is therefore required, especially for Everest Flights and Accommodation.

Winter (December-February)

Although the winter months will be the coldest at Everest Base Camp, it is still possible to trek there during this time. On the road, there will be a significant snowstorm, and it will be bitterly cold. At high altitudes, the temperature can drop to -30°C at night. So it’s crucial to pack the right equipment.

In addition, winter is the greatest time to trek if you want to avoid crowds and prefer quiet surroundings because there are so few trekkers there.

Summer (June-August)

The summer season is nothing but a season of rain. The trails are slippery with leeches. In addition, the views of the mountains are obscured by the heavy rain. Therefore, this is the least popular trekking season in Nepal.

Everest Base Camp Trek Permits:

Everest Base Camp is situated in the protected zone inside the Sagarmatha Region. Therefore, every expedition within this territory requires an entry permit. The Sagarmatha National Park Permit and the Khumbu Rural Municipality Permit are two notable permits for EBC Trek. For the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) is no longer required. In its place, the Khumbu Rural Municipality Permit is now given.

Khumbu Rural Municipality Permit

The Khumbu Rural Municipality Permit is required for trekkers to access the Sagarmatha Region and is provided only by the local Khumbu government. This permission costs between $15 and $20 per person. To obtain the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit, you must have a copy of your passport or the passport’s information with you. Further, VAT is not applied to the permit fees.

Sagarmatha National Park Permit

Sagarmatha National Park Permit can either be issued at Monjo at the entrance gate or at the Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC) counter in Bhrikuti Mandap in Kathmandu. The Sagarmatha National Park Permit costs NPR 3000 for foreigners, NPR 1500 for SAARC Nationals, and NPR 100 for Nepalese citizens per person. All these prices are exclusive of VAT which is 13%.