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Everest Base Camp Trek Cost

Everest Base Camp Trek cost or trekking to Everest is like being closest to Nepal’s pride, the highest peak. It takes a lot of guts for people to make up their minds to start this journey. However, as tough as the name sounds, the trip is not that difficult. Welcome to join and you can do it. with our local expert team of Happyland Treks Pvt. Ltd.

High Seasons  busier

Everest base camp trek high season is October and November this month lots of people heading to Everest base camp. which is more crowded.

Trekking to the base of the highest peak in the world is an achievement in itself, Would love to complete this trek. This trek is almost busy throughout the trekking seasons. but it’s amazing.

Not only the stunning views but also the ancient Sherpa Villages with variant cultures and traditions, several icefalls, lush green forestlands, amazing monasteries along the way, and many more are always ready to welcome you. The beauty of Everest is just indescribable but is sure to surprise you. It’s amazing landform, beauty, and of course, the white diamond-like dazzling mountains.

This article is for people to help you, manage your cash properly and spend each penny in a planned way. The article covers the total Everest Base Camp Trek Cost, which depends on so many factors like the season of your travel, the trail you take, the number of days you are going to spend, and the transport you are taking up with.

Everest Trek Itinerary

Well Everest trek itinerary which approx. 14 days of total travel including Nepal arrival and departure. Normally 12 days trek from Kathmandu to Everest base camp and back to Kathmandu. Many travel companies provide you with Everest base camp trek cost with the itinerary.

Best Seasons to travel:  

The two main periods are March-May and Late September – December 2nd week. when you can safely travel to Everest Base Camp with stable weather conditions and good visibility for sure. Since the Everest Base Camp lies at a higher altitude, we all know the higher the altitude, the lower the temperature.

Hence the Everest Base Camp Trek Cost grew with the altitude. The months from Nov to February are very cold, with the temperature ranging up to -10 -15 -25 degrees Celsius and even lower at night. However, this time of the month, the sky is clearer, and the trails are quieter.

As Overall Everest Base Camp Trek Cost

The normal total cost of this wonderful trek can be $1360- $2100 reaching many thousand dollars, all depending on how you travel.

It can reach up to $3500, depending on how long you wish to make your stay during your trek, or Everest base camp trek with a helicopter back. However, Nepal is a very affordable country, and traveling here is like exploring the most beautiful places, without even spending much from your pocket. Also, you can even save up some if you book your whole trip through local trekking agencies, like Happyland Treks. The affordable packages let you explore.

Cost of your stay in Kathmandu before and after your trek:

The best thing you can do is book your trip through trekking agencies like Happyland Treks. This way, everything you do will come under the same package, from the beginning to the end of your trek. The cost of your stay in Kathmandu starts from $20, $30, $65, $100, $200, $300, $400, and $500, It depends on where you choose to stay.

Different ways you can Travel to Everest Base Camp Trek:

You can reach Everest’s base camp in several ways, including a plane ride up to Lukla from Kathmandu or a bus ride. The bus ride to Jiri, Sallery, Phaplu, etc, and the trek starts to walk.

A flight from Kathmandu to Lukla is one way around $213 – $220, and you need to buy a return flight to Kathmandu. You are only allowed 10 kg and around 5 kg of handbags to take with you, and hopefully, we do not think you need more.

If you have carried more than that find a place to help you keep your bags safely until you return to Kathmandu. or if you have extra baggage they might charge you more than 1.30 USD per kg.

Kathmandu by bus and hiking to Lukla

Another economical yet fun way to reach Lukla can be hiking. This can save you a lot to spend further on your trip. The trip includes a jeep ride from Kathmandu to Khari Khola. It is a 10-12 hour drive that takes about $14-$28 (for buses) to $18-$36 (for jeeps sharing). Now that you are in Khari Khola, you have to walk to Lukla from here. It might take about 3-4 days extra. which is the total days of trek 19 days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu by land.

Permit Costs:

You will need a total of two permits to encounter the Everest base Camp. Sometimes they also require TIMS CARD, The local permit, and the national park permit, which in total will cost you about a Nepali rupee. 5000 – 6000. (For foreigners)

– The local permit (needed to enter Khumbu Pasang Lamhu Rural Municipality) = Nepali rupee 2000.
– The Sagarmatha Everest National Park Trek entry permit = Nepali rupee 3000.
– The TIMS CARD Trekkers information management system. could be the Nepali rupee 2000. (just sometimes required TIMS CARD)

If you want to skip everything and create it by a travel agency, book your trips through Happyland Treks, and they will arrange everything for you.

Accommodation Costs throughout the journey

The cost of rooms depends on the altitude. It can be as less as $3 to as much as $10 for normal accommodation. according to the facility and, of course, the height you encounter.

-Rooms are available on a private, sharing basis, and just some places you can find attached rooms. and private accommodation, a lodge for a single person is hard to find during the high season.

Rooms are available on:

The rooms are quite basic and provide you with some very essentials like a bed, pillow blanket, and a room you need to share. If lucky, you might get an attached bathroom but not always.

Guides and Porters on the way:

You need to pay at least $30 per day for a guide or a potter. (Share a guide if you don’t let him carry more than 20kg). You can book your guide from Kathmandu. The most common way is to take up one from where you begin. because you will have someone to turn to when you feel any difficulty.

Make sure you hire someone/ trekking agency

– Who is a registered guide who speaks good English.
– The guide must be insured

Cost for hiring a porter = $20 – $25 (daily wage including his food and accommodation)

= NPR 3000 (for insurance)

= Guide and porter expected tips after the trip.

Things you do not realize you need to pay for:

While staying in a guesthouse, you have to pay up for everything you might need, like hot showers, charging your phone, your food, and all. This might cost about:

Hot shower – Nepali rupees 400- 700/ shower

Battery charging – Nepali rupees 150- 500 /hour for mobile charging.

Everest Link WIFI Links: NPR 600 (600 MB WIFI card) & Nepali rupees 2000 (10 GB WIFI card) or even more.

Cost of Trekking Equipment

In case you have thought of buying or renting good gear. You might need around $200 to $500- $700 for buying gear. However,  You always have to buy your pieces of equipment, and no trekking agency will include them in their package. like Everest Base Camp trek cost.

Cost of Food on Everest Base Camp:

The overall cost for a single person will cost about $10, $20, $30, $40, $50, and $60 per person per day. The food in all the teahouses will be similar along with the price starting from Lukla to Gorakshep. However, as the altitude increases the prices will rise slightly too. There are options for both veg and non-veg food; however, we suggest you avoid meat during the climb as it might upset your stomach. Veg food is very good in the high mountains.


For breakfast, if you order two eggs and muesli porridge, the cost will vary from 500 to 700 in each guest house, but prices are always different in different places. and altitude.


You can have a Nepali combo platter (traditional food Dal Bhat) including rice, lentil soup, curry, salad, dry papad, etc. which will provide you strength your whole way, and it’s tasty too. You can also find pasta, spaghetti, noodles, potatoes, soup, momo, etc. As the altitude increases, it might cost from $5 to $13 (i.e., around 500 to 1300 per plate).

Insurance for Everest Base Camp Trek

You should always pay for your insurance during the trip. because nobody knows what can go wrong. It’s always better to be ready for prevention rather than spend a large sum on a cure. Also, the Everest base camp lies at a greater altitude. where you might not find any hospital. Because of the altitude, the Everest Base Camp trek cost is higher.

If you need to get hospitalized, you need to call up for a helicopter. The helicopter service is very expensive, and not everybody can afford it well. Despite your great physique, altitude sickness is really common while trekking to Everest Base Camp and itinerary.

To Prevent This

Acclimatize as much as you can, stay where you are, or go down, and drink plenty of water. not trek fast.

Cost of the Insurance 

The cost of your insurance can range up to $150, $200,  $300, $400, $500, or up to a few thousand dollars.  for this trek period. However, it might vary according to your age, nationality, and especially the duration of your stay. Have to make insurance cover up to 5550m. to trek to Everest Base Camp Nepal.


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