Trekking to Everest base camp is one of the most adventurous outdoor trips in Nepal, you can travel to Everest base camp trek Singapore direct to Kathmandu international airport. Breathtaking Views of the World’s Highest Peaks above 8,000 Meters including Mt. Everest. Explore the ultimate Himalayan trek and adventure of a lifetime.
Trek to Everest Base Camp is one of the best experiences in the high Himalayas you will ever have. This is also on the bucket list of many travelers. Stand face to face the world’s highest mountain mount Everest. Reaching Everest base camp 5364m and Kala Patthar 5550m. You can also experience and make memories on the tallest mountains, above 8000m traveling to Nepal from Singapore.
Highlights of Everest Base Camp Trek
Namche Bazaar is the headquarter of the Khumbu Everest trek.
Hotel Everest View 3880m.
Everest- Sagarmatha national park.
Tengboche Monastery – Oldest monastery in Khumbu.
Metal Suspension bridge along the way.
Everest Base Camp 5364m.
Kala Patthar Majestic Viewpoint.
How to organize Everest Base Camp Trek Singapore?
You’re welcome to Nepal and you can also book online with the tour operator for your Everest base camp trek Singapore. We recommend you travel with the local trekking agency with a Sherpa guide and porter. They have many years of experience in the Himalayas of Nepal. Here Happyland Treks is one of the local guide trekking agencies based in Kathmandu Nepal which also offers Sherpa guide and porter. They also offer a wide selection of travel tour packages.
How to get to Everest base camp?
The classic Everest base camp trek from Singapore to Kathmandu by flight and overnight in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, and from Kathmandu by transport to Manthali airport in Ramechhap district and 15 minutes internal flight to Lukla. and the trek continues with a local expert guide.
Everest Base Camp Trek Distance
Everest base camp trek round trip 130km from Lukla. Each way is 65 km. Additionally, you will trek a minimum of 3 hrs. and a maximum of 8 hrs every day.
How Difficult Everest Base Camp Trek?
The Everest base camp trek is moderate and the trekking time required is a minimum of 14 days. And we also recommend you have at least a few extra days in case of emergency.
Do I Need Train for Everest Base Camp Trek?
You don’t need hard training for the trek to Everest base camp but it also depends on your current physical fitness and health. Additionally, improving your cardio endurance, with activities such as rowing, walking, hiking, cycling, jogging, and any outdoor or any sports can help your energy level.
Accommodation During the Trek
Accommodations during the trek will be a basic tea house lodge. The tea house is simply a stone and wood building. In addition, the tea house is run by local people in the Himalayas mountains.
Group or private trek available?
Yes, tailor-made trip groups or private treks are available in the Himalayas mountains. you can also do optional such as solo trips, group trips, private trips, etc.
Can I Leave my Luggage in Kathmandu?
If you have any extra luggage that is not necessary during the trek, you can leave the store in Kathmandu with your operator or the hotel you are staying in.
When is the Bad Time for the Everest Base Camp Trek?
Travelers trekkers can go Everest trek any time of the year but January, February, June, July, and August. are the more cold and more unpredictable times for the Everest base camp trek.
When is the Good Time to do Everest Base Camp Trek?
Many people are wondering to do the Everest base camp trek at the best time. So, March, April, May, and end of the September, October, November, till December are good times to do Everest base camp. (But December is a bit cold compared to other months.
Can I Charge My Mobile and Battery During the Trek?
Yes, you can charge your mobile and camera battery in the trekking tea house during the trek to Everest base camp. and they will charge you 3-5 USD per time.
It is Safe to Drink tap water while Everest Base Camp Trek?
Well, local people drink tap water directly, but for the foreigner, we do not recommend it. So, for the trekkers, you can use water-purified tablets which you can buy in the pharmacy. And you can also buy a mineral water bottle, boiling drinking water. the water cost will be 1-4 USD.
Altitude Mountain sickness can affect anyone over 3000m. The symptoms of altitude sickness are loss of appetite. difficulty in breathing, confused thinking, rapid breathing, coughing up pink, vomiting, brown or white sputum, blueness of the face and lips, not wanting to do anything, very lazy and tired.
Walk slowly, listen to your body, rest enough, drink 5-6 liters of water a day, don’t go fast or quick, stay hydrated, and finally acclimatize before heading towards the high altitude.
Everest Base Camp Trek Itinerary
Day 1: Flight from Singapore to Kathmandu, Tribhuvan international airport. (Which is about 5-6 hrs. flight.) Land at Kathmandu airport and transfer to your hotel.
Day 2: Kathmandu to Ramechhap by drive and flight to Lukla. And trek to Phakding. 3-4 hrs.
Day 3: Trek Phakding to Namche Bazaar. 3-4 hrs.
Day 4: Acclimatization and hike to Everest view hotel 3880m.
Day 5: Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. 5-6 hrs.
Day 6: Tengboche to Dingboche. 6-7 hrs.
Day 7: 2nd Accilimazations day in Dingboche hiking a few hundred meters and resting.
Day 8: Dingboche to Lobuche. 5-6 hrs.
Day 9: Lobuche to Gorakshep, And Everest Base Camp 5364m enjoying the Everest base camp, back to Gorakshep for overnight.
Day 10: Early morning hike uphill to Kala Patthar back to Gorakshep breakfast and trek to Somare or Pangboche.
The Day 11: Pangboche trek to Namche Bazaar. 6-7 hrs.
Day 12: Namche to Lukla. 7-8 hrs. The last day in the Himalayas: On the Day 13: From Lukla to Ramechhap by flight and drive to Kathmandu.
Day 14: Kathmandu rest Day.
Day 15: Departure to the international airport.
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