Among the 10 tallest mountains in the world, the Asian country has eight of them, as well as Mount Everest-the tallest top in the world. As such, trekking in the Kingdom of Nepal has become one of the foremost sought-after journeys to try and do among glowing travelers and trekkers everywhere on the planet.
The country has several wonderful trekking destinations that modify from one another in terms of topography, cultural prominence, and landscape. Every year thousands of trekkers and travelers visit the country to get pleasure from its several natural, cultural, and ancient hallmarks. Among all of the trekking destinations of Asian countries, the region of Everest is taken into account as the foremost known. And also the Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most generally done trekking journeys liable for an oversized portion of revenue generation within the business enterprise sector of the country. One would suppose that trekking to the bottom camp of the world’s tallest top is some things that need a lot of effort and cash, however, that can’t be a lot farther than reality.
October and November is the month of autumn in Nepal. The Autumn season is the king season for trekking in Nepal. You can view breathtaking views from a distance with clear skies and snow-capped mountains. Due to the clear sky, the famous mountain trekking peaks of Everest can explore with the best sunrise and sunset and panoramic view. Autumn is just after the rainy season in Nepal, so the flora and fauna of the Everest trekking path alive with their best performance.
The Everest Base Camp trek is popular throughout the year. It offers great adventure, thrill, and wonder. In October and November, you can enjoy the trek with spectacular weather and the least chance of rainfall.
October is the best month to choose for all regions trekking in Nepal which definitely includes Everest Base Camp. Due to the best season for trekking, the Everest region is also with a huge number of trekkers. The month of November is still s a good time to trek Everest.
Mount Everest Base Camp (EBC) Location and its history
There are two Everest Base Camps that are the endpoints of tours: the North Base Camp and the South Base Camp. The southern base lies in Nepal, which is the endpoint of the most famous trek. The northern camp lies in china and can be assessed via a roadway. But reaching the Nepalese side requires you to trek for days. It is also more popular.
Everest Base Camp was born when the mountains were looking for a place to store suppliers at the base of the mountain. Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay used the south Everest Base Camp to keep their gear. The point was chosen as it was easily accessible to noon-mountaineers. Now, the same point is the endpoint of the Everest Base Camp Trek.
Everest base camp Weather in October
The monsoon normally trails off by mid-to-late September leaving the skies clear and humidity-free in October. It can rain in October, especially earlier in the month, but not very much. Temperatures in Kathmandu remain quite hot in October, but up in the Everest region, it is much cooler.
The average low in Namche Bazzar (11,290 feet/3440 meters), an essential stop on the Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek, is 35 degrees F (2 degrees Celsius), and the average high is 53 degrees F (12 degrees Celsius). Temperatures at higher altitudes will be lower.
Everest base camp Weather in November
Everest Base Camp November’s weather is mild, cool, warm, and clear. Days are quite warm not as hot as summer and nights are cooler not freezing as winter. November is considered the clearest month of the year as the monsoon season clears out the sky making it more clear and bluer.
The view and scenery from various Everest Base Camp Trek viewpoints such as Kalapatthar, and Everest Base Camp offer Magnificent clear 236-degree panoramic snow-capped mountains views, enough to make your trip memorable and long-lasting.
The temperature can reach 12 degrees Celsius to a max of 16 degrees Celsius during the daytime while at night 2 degrees Celsius to -7 Degree Celsius which is regarded as a moderate temperature for trekking.
What to pack for Everest Base Camp Trek?
- Base layer shirt, trousers, thermals, etc.
- Middle layer light jackets, pants.
- Outer layer windproof jackets and trousers.
- Sunglasses and sunscreen lotions.
- Scarf to protect the neck from cold.
- Trekking shoes and socks.
- Camera and chargers.
- Water bottles.
- Windproof sleeping bags.
- Basic Toiletries.
Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek
- Excursion to various Sherpa Villages and Settlements.
- Nepalese food and lifestyle of Himalayas.
- Climb past the Khumbu Glacier and Everest Base Camp.
- Sunrise views over Mount Everest.
- Lukla’s take of and landing experience.
- Magnificent view of Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Mount Makalu, Mount Lhotse, and many more mountains.
- Sherpas culture and Sherpa village experience.
- Lifetimes experience of Mount Everest base camp and Kalapatthar.
- Hiking up to the Base Camp of the highest Mountain in the world.
- Exploring the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site.
- Beautiful village of Namche Bazzar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lukla, Gorakshep, and Lobuche.
Permit Required for Everest Base Camp Trek
Naturally, to preserve the beauty that surrounds Mt. Everest and the other mountains in the Himalayan range, the Government of Nepal imposes permit entrance fees.
All National Parks in Nepal need a permit, and the Sagarmatha National Park is no different. When you compare the cost of the permits to the overall cost of your trip to Nepal and the Everest region, the amount is relatively small and is an investment in the future of this beautiful area with its snow, forests, ice, pastures, and culture.
For the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek you need the below entrance permits
- Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit
- Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit
Mount Everest Base Camp Trek facts
- Trip type: Trekking in Nepal
- Trip duration: 14 Days
- Trip Starting/ending point: Kathmandu
- The Maximum altitude reached: 5644 meters (Kala Patthar)
- Minimum altitude: 1400 meters (Kathmandu)/ 2600 meters (Lukla)
- Trip Grade: Moderate
- Trip Activities: Aircraft flight, trekking, and side hikes from acclimatization point
- Group Size: 1 to 12 Persons per group
- Contact details: Nepal Mobile +9779851136944 -24 hrs available on Whatapps, & Viber
Is it necessary to book guides/porters for Everest Base Camp Trek?
It could be yes as well as no. it all depends on your physical strength, experience level, and how well you know the trek routes. If you are physically fit and have experience of the Everest Base Camp trek then you don’t need to guide/porters to guide you as well as to carry for bags. But if you are a beginner then you must have guides to lead you and if you are unable to carry your bags while trekking then you can book porters to have ease while trekking.
How difficult is Everest base camp Trek
The difficulty level of the Everest Base Camp is Moderate. The trekking time often requires two weeks. Even though the Everest base camp trek requires no prior trekking expertise, it is suggested that the trekker should be determined and physically fit.
Best time for Everest Base Camp Trekking in Nepal
The trek will be done at any time of the year and is accessible to try and do throughout the year. The Himalayan country Nepal primarily experiences four main seasons- time of the year (September to December), spring (March to May), winter (the finish of December to February), and summer (June to August).
Day-wise Itinerary of Mount Everest Base Camp Trek
Day 01: Kathmandu arrival
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, you are welcomed by our company representative then, you are transferred to the hotel. Evening Brief meeting with your guide and tour manager. Overnight at hotel Kathmandu.
Day 02: Fly Kathmandu to Lukla and Trek to Phakding
After breakfast, you will head towards Tribhuvan Domestic airport to fly for Lukla. It is about 35 minutes above the great green and white mountains. After you reach Lukla airport our other team member will meet you there and help with your packing and other arrangement and then you will head through the beautiful village of Lukla till you reach speaking. Overnight at Lodge, Phakding.
Day 03: Trek from Phakding To Namche Bazaar
After breakfast, you will be walking through a beautiful pine forest, along the Dudh Koshi River. You will arrive at the check post and entrance to Sagarmatha National Park. Then we pass through the last village for sale and follow the trail through the forests and bridges until we reach the confluence of the Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi Rivers. After a final steep climb of about two hours, you get first sight of Mount Everest peering over the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge. From there we still need to hike for about 1.5 hours to reach Namche Bazaar, a gateway to Mount Everest and the main trading center of this region. Overnight in Lodge, Namche Bazaar.
Day 04: Namche Bazaar Acclimatization
Today is an acclimatization day especially programmed taking care of your health. This day is a rest day and you can explore Sagarmatha National Park or Namche Bazaar and Khumjung Valley. it offers you internet, coffees, shops, a restaurant, a bakery, and others where you can hang out and feel better for the next day’s hike. Overnight in Lodge, Namche Bazaar.
Day 05: Trek Namche Bazaar to Tengboche
After breakfast in Namche, you start your trek towards Tengboche enjoying the superb view of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and a close-up view of Thamserku. Enjoying wildlife like pheasant, musk deer, and a herd of Himalayan Thar, through alpine forests, Dudh Koshi River, you reach Phunki Thenga where you will have lunch. Then the trail steeps up through the pine forests before you reach Tengboche. Tengboche is a great place for close-up views of Ama-Dablam, Nuptse, and Everest and the biggest Buddhist Monastery in the Khumbu region which we will visit too. Overnight at a lodge, Tengboche.
Day 06: Trek Tengboche to Dingboche
After breakfast, you will gear up for our day hike to Dingboche. You will pass through several Chortens and Mani walls and small villages. The place where you stop for lunch not only serves delicious food but also allows a fantastic close-up view of Mt Ama Dablam. From here onwards, the walk is fairly moderate as you enter the Imja Valley to the Lobuche River. You will descend into the river and begin the steep climb of the day up to Dingboche. On arrival at Dingboche, you will see a beautiful array of fields enclosed by stone walls to protect barley, buckwheat, and potatoes from the cold winds and grazing animals. Enjoy an overnight stay at Lodge, Dingboche.
Day 07: Dingboche Acclimatization
Rest and Explore at Dingboche.
Day 08: Trek Dingboche to Lobuche
Trek Dingboche to Lobuche while watching the towering mountains on the way.
Day 09: Trek Lobuche to Gorakshep, walk to EBC & Return to Gorakshep
After breakfast, you continue your journey through Khumbu Glacier to Thangmariju from where 360-degree views of mountains can be observed. Climbing steeply up to the top through the torrent of Changri Glacier, you catch your first glimpse of Kala Patthar, a grey-green knoll beneath the mount Pumori and you will be at Gorakshep finding snow-capped mountains bright all around us including Mt. Everest. Finally, you are at your destination. Mountaineer’s tents stand out in bright colors against the monotony of grey surroundings. Nuptse, Khumbuste, and Pumori are the mountains that can be viewed from the base camp. You will explore Everest Base Camp and click on some pictures. Overnight at Lodge, Gorakshep
Day 10: Early Trek Kalapatthar and Trek to Pheriche
The morning after breakfast we trek to Kalapatthar for the best view of Mount Everest and to observe the sunrise. After breakfast, we trek to Pheriche. Overnight at Lodge, Pheriche.
Day 11: Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar
Trek Pheriche to Namche Bazzar retracing the same rourte. Overnight at the lodge, Namche Bazaar.
Day 12: Trek Namche to Lukla
After Breakfast, you head to Lukla where you had started your real hike. The trail descends steeply downloads so you need to walk slowly and under control, our shaky legs continuously battle the rocky terrain. Way down through Sherpa villages noticing impressive faith in Buddhism and the culture of prayer stones and prayer flags, you feel completely different views. Upon arrival in Lukla, you stretch those aches and sore body parts and recall the experiences of the last couple of weeks. You experience the culmination of a fantastic trek on a happy note with everyone back safe and sound with a smile on their faces. Overnight at Lodge, Lukla
Day 13: Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
After breakfast, you fly back to Kathmandu and do some shopping for gifts, memory, collections, and some traditional items, and they all rest at a single venue, Thamel. There will be a small party upon the successful campaign. Overnight at Hotel, Kathmandu
Day 14: Final Departure
Free till the final departure. Drop at the airport as per the flight schedule.