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Everest Base Camp November

Everest Base Camp November Trek has amongst the finest weather in the region. You come across fresh air and clear skies in November. Trekkers consider it impeccable in Nepal because of its mild, cold, warm, and clear days. And Click here for the Everest Trekking Equipment 

Everest Base Camp Trek is at your door to serve you with plenty of super exciting and towering peaks, Gallus farmlands, and rare flora and fauna. Old Buddhist culture, habitat, and natural beauties are on the way to bliss your visit.  Everest base camp will take you to an altitude of 5364m. In November, you need to be physically fit to conquer the Everest base camp trek. Moreover, self-confidence can be a key way to witness the lap of the Everest Himalayas Nepal.

Highlights of the EBC Trek in November:
  1. Bask the sparkling sunshine from the viewpoint of Everest.
  2. Enjoy the magnificent viewpoint Of Majestic Kala Patthar.
  3. Enjoy the elegant beauty of Tengboche Monastery.
  4. Museum-goers can visit the Hillary Museum.
  5. You can enjoy natural biodiversity and endangered wildlife at Sagarmatha National Park.
  6. Explore your travel with a helicopter flight above the Himalayas.

Everest Base Camp is a beautiful trip and an endurance to preserve for a lifetime.

EBC Trek in November Complete Summarized Itinerary

01, firstly, you get to land in Kathmandu(1400m) and spend overnight in a hotel and shopping and packing.
02, Kathmandu to Lukla by flight and trek to Phakding (2640m)
03, Trek Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m)
04, Acclimatization Day at Namche Bazaar. Walking around and hiking to Everest View Hotel. overnight back to Namche.
05, Trek Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3868m) one of the oldest monasteries in Tengboche.
06, Trek Tengboche to Dingboche (4410m)
07, Another acclimatization day at Dingboche, Walking around the valley and hill, photography, and chill day.
08, Trek Dingboche to Lobuche (4938m)
09, Trek Lobuche to Gorakshep (5200m) and same-day Everest Base Camp (5364m) overnight back to Gorakshep.
10, Gorakshep hike up to Kala Patthar (5555m) one of the best viewpoints. back to Gorakshop for breakfast and trek to Pheriche (4240m)
11, Trek Pheriche to Namche Bazaar (3440m)
12, Trek Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2840m)
13, By small flight to Kathmandu from Lukla.
14, Flight back home or if you have extra days, you can do another activity.

Why should you go to Everest Base Camp Trek in November? 

In November, days are quite warm, and nights are cooler. It is considered the clear and best month for visitors. Monsoon clears out the sky, making it shining and charming. You invent the perfect weather with the lowest pitfall of risk.

Folks, you can enjoy the enticing view of Mount Everest because of crystal clear weather. Pleasant and clear weather pumps your energy and lets you enjoy it to the fullest.

Why do Trekkers prefer Everest Base Camp Trek In November? 

Besides the enchanting weather, there are numerous highlights during November. These are pointed out below.

Favorable Climate and views of Everest in November in November, autumn is at its peak the skies are as clear as crystal. The pitfall of rain is minimum which helps you enjoy it to the fullest and finest. You are under the shield of the sword of the Himalayas because the slopes are dry and clean. Plus, you don’t have to carry a huge load of laundry. Sounds great, right?

Things you should consider knowing before Everest Base Camp Trek in November

Folks, as you know, November is a blessed month for trekking. But still, you need to focus on a few highlights to make your journey safe and flawless. They are listed below:


Folks, you are fortunate enough to trek Everest Base Camp either solo or in a group. However, you can trek alone and enjoy your journey. But if you go with tour guides and porters, you can visit different beautiful spots that you have never been to. Hiring a guide is always a great idea because you are in safe hands.

Moreover, a country can benefit, and people of the backward region can get employment opportunities and live a better life.

Local porters have experience and are trained to make your journey meaningful and safe.

So, folks, if you want to experience the mesmerizing trip to Everest Base Camp in November, then Welcome to Happyland Treks without any shadow of a doubt.


Exercise is not only the key to physical health but the peace of mind. For trekking Everest Base Camp, physical fitness is as important as breathing for life because a physically fit body can trek and enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas.

You can’t imagine a trek in an unhealthy body. So if you have made up your mind to trek, start shaking your body till you make it. And no doubt, excuses don’t burn calories. So for burning calories and making you physically fit and spiritually sound.

Follow the following mentioned points at home to make a fantastic Everest base camp trek in November:  
  • If you are fresher, start your day with ten thousand steps and warm up yourself with Zumba and dance.
  • Start cycling and long jumps to strengthen your bones
  • Start walking on stairs rather than lifting yourself in a lift.
  • Don’t walk more than your audacity just because your friend made fun of you.
  • Start doing Yoga, hiking, and cardio to make yourself mentally sound, physically toned, and spiritually calm.

No doubt, traveling to an altitude is a great hazard. Our better-known Ambulances can’t reach a higher altitude of 5555m. You have no idea when you fail and have to return on a helicopter or airplane. For uncertain bugs, we need to be proactive. That’s why travel insurance plays a vital role in Everest Base Camp. We need to maintain insurance papers and documents initially because we all know, “Prevention is better than cure.”

So, make sure your travel insurance can cover an altitude of 5555m.


Permits and permissions are way crucial to trek Everest Base Camp. The camp allows you to trek in any season you wish for. If you plan to trek with any tours and travels agency like Happyland Treks, we can arrange your permits in very little time.


Folk, if you want to visit the most mesmerizing floras and faunas, you have come to the most privileged place. You can view the most endangered species of animals and birds like red panda, musk deer, marten, blood pheasant, and red-billed chough.

Entrance Fees: 

Sagarmatha – Everest Trekking permit 3000 Nepali rupee.
Pasang Lhamu Rular 2000 Nepali rupee.
TIMS CARD 1000 Nepali rupee. (Tims card just sometimes require)

Fiesta Month and the colorful Surrounding

No doubt, along with the beautiful scenario, you guys will enjoy the beautiful festivals and rituals. November is the month when streets are beautifully decorated with lights. People celebrate Dashain and Tihar with their family and relatives. Moreover, they welcome the visitors and make them feel special by putting Jamara and Tika. They serve selroti ( Nepalese Traditional Dish).They consider their guest as God. They believe in saying “Atithi Devo Bhava.”

Witness blooming and exciting Flora and fauna  

If you want to visit the best flora and fauna, you have chosen the perfect place. Different animals like snow leopard, red panda, and yellow-throated marten, and musk deer, Tibetan snowcock are found here. Moreover, the Everest Base Camp trek in November has mesmerizing floras like birch, juniper, blue pines, firs, bamboo and rhododendron.

Tourist traffic on the way to Everest base camp in November 

November is the month when you get to witness tourists all around Nepal. The street is full of visitors. There is a rush in the market because every visitor feels comfy in November to quench their thirst for exploring new places. It is likely a boon and a pit of affliction for the visitor. Despite this, Nepal is a beautiful place with humble people around. They cooperate with each other to bring off great fun and joy. So folks, set your calendar and book your tickets as fast as possible.

What to pack for EBC Trek in November? 

As November is amongst the best times for travelers, you don’t have to carry many thick clothes piled with lots and lots of corduroy. But still, you need to pack some warm clothes because the tea house is more cold. Besides, we suggest, carrying sleeping bags will provide you with a cozy and sound journey. Also, it will be a great idea if you carry your windcheaters, waterproof jackets and a comfy raincoat. However, November is a blessed month, but you never know what will happen next. So it’s best to carry your major laundry. and click here for trekking equipment list.

Everest Base Camp Trek Flights in November

As November is a divine month for travelers, there are very low flight delays or cancellations. Each traveler is aware of flight delays in Lukla, but in November, the travelers can take a chill pill about the flight as the chances are next to no. Though the weather is considerable, you may face other kinds of hurdles which are given below:

As we know, November is the apex month for travelers, so the streets are full of a crowd of people walking around. You may not find hotels as easy, trails, and teahouses at a glance. You may have to stand in a row waiting for your food. It will be a good idea to carry your energy bars and dark chocolates, etc. which boost you instantly.

Everest Base Camp 5364m 

Everest Base Camp heights at an altitude of 5364m. and people can get altitude sickness over 3000 m. So this height may cause altitude sickness. You can say goodbye to this problem with the help of the following life-saving points:

Stay Hydrating 

By hydrating yourself with lots of water.

You can intake garlic and cloves for a good flow of blood.

Consumption of alcohol and caffeine drinks should be strictly prohibited. If you are used to it, have it after your trek.

Altitude sickness causes extreme headaches. You can get relief with ibuprofen, or you may go for paracetamol.

You can take a long rest on the first day of trekking at a high altitude unless you cop up at the current altitude. Remember, don’t rush on the trek and be slow always. If you rush it may cause uneasiness, and you may feel a lack of energy for the further trek.

Top-notch goodbye to altitude sickness is consuming heavy carbs, which instantly pump up your oxygen and maintain your energy level.

Lemon juice and Cinnamon can help you lower vomiting, cough, headaches, and fever. It will boost your vigor if you have it with smashed garlic and honey.

If your condition is getting numb, then use Acetazolamide. The doctor prescribed trekkers.

If your condition is unbearable, seek medical help as fast as you can.

No doubt the weather is best, but it will be extremely worth it if you go with your necessary stuff.

Beyond the doubt that the weather is still good, it’s a good choice to carry your laundry wisely as it’s warmer and cooler at night.

Atypical trekkers may feel an absence of vigor, so they must trek with a companion to save themselves from uncertain situations.

Everest Base Camp Trek Events in November

Nepal is divided into three regions, i.e., the Himalayan Region, Hilly Region, and Terai Region. Different regions have different beauties in caste, rituals, festivals, ethnicity, and religions. The fooding style is also different due to different cultures. People in the Himalayan Region love to eat Dido and Gundruk. Dido is like a pudding made with barley, maize or buckwheat. It is super healthy and delicious. It is fat-free and best for diabetic patients and for gastric patients too.

Gundruk: Dry Spanish  

Gundruk is something that is made after drying spinach and other vegetables. Once you dry it completely, you can store it in a box and use it for a long period.

People of the Himalayan Region wear Bakhu and Dochha to keep them super warm and mellow.

The Himalayan Region has residency of Sherpas, Rais, Limbus, and Magar communities. Sherpas celebrate Mani Rimdu, which falls in October or November as Nepal Follow Lunar Calendar.

Monastery huge crowd 

Furthermore, People celebrate to mark the founding of Buddhism by Guru Rinpoche. It is celebrated for 19 days. Sherpas and Buddhists enjoy the day with masked dances, prayers, and feasts. It is celebrated in Tengboche Monastery with a huge crowd. Sherpas wear beautiful and colorful monk dresses and perform their rituals magically.

If we talk about Hilly Region, People of mixed communities are found like Newars, Muslims, Marwadi, Madhesi, etc. If you pass by Kathmandu in November, you can see people celebrating Tihar. Tihar is the festival of light. People clean their homes and decorate them with beautiful fragranced flowers.

Undoubtedly, people believe Goddess Laxmi will bless them with peace, prosperity, and wealth. Moreover, travelers can see young girls and boys playing Deusi and Bhailo in the street. They dance and sing Nepali ritual songs.

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