EBC Trek ( Everest base camp trek 14 days)

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EBC Trek ( Everest base camp trek 14 days)
  • Duration14 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude 5545 M
  • Group Size 20
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu
EBC Trek ( Everest base camp trek 14 days) Highlights
  • Green Farmlands, terrace, Forest at Lukla.
  • Crossing world heritage site, “ Sagarmatha National Park”. Encounter much endangered flora and fauna like red panda, musk deer, blue sheep, and more.
  • Namche Bazaar (Gateway of EBC Trek or Everest region capital), is famous for a local cafe, restaurant, and markets as well as beautiful mountain views.
  • Tengboche Gumba, is the largest monastery in the Khumbu region.
  • Everest View Hotel cited as one of the highest point hotels on earth provides extravagant scenery of Himalayan ranges, forest, local villages and more.
  • Highest viewpoint of this trek, kalapathar offers fantastic views of Mt. Everest, Mt.Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam surrounding from all side.
  • Local cheese factory, authentic food and drinks

Widely known as Everest Base Camp Trek with in 14 days is one the most recommended and popular trekking routes of Nepal. In EBC trek14 days we experience the mountainous region of Nepal which are rich in biodiversities, culture, breathtaking scenery and more.

The trek passes through amazing trails of Khumbu region showcasing the magnificent views of Himalayan ranges, Sherpa villages, monasteries, farmlands, local cheese factory and many more. Viewpoint like Kalapathar (5643 m, highest point of EBC trek) offers closeup and 360-degree view of Mt. Everest (8848 m), Mt. Makalu (8481 m), Mt.Lhotse (8516 m) and other high peaks.

Local people of Khumbu region called themselves Sherpas are famous worldwide for their mountaineering. One of them is Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who along with Sir Edmund Hillary followed this route to world highest point on earth.  Namche Bazaar is famous Sherpa town and also gateway for many EBC trek.

One of the World Heritage sites of Nepal lies here i.e. Sagarmatha National Park, home to many rare flora and fauna. Trekkers pass through this national park and if lucky enough, they might encounter rare animals like snow leopard, red panda and more. During spring season, the national flower of Nepal “ Rhododendron or Lali Guras” cover the entire forest with bright colors. So, trekking during spring makes the journey heavenly.

Adventure lovers from across the world visit Nepal to experience the adventure and challenges of Everest Base Camp Trek. Hiking starts from 1400 m altitude ( Kathmandu) to 5380 m altitudes ( Everest Base Camp) where max height reach upto 5643 m (kalapathar). Trekking days depends on the individual or group choice; EBC Trek 14 Days and EBC Trek 15 Days are most popular.

The journey starts from a 40 min short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, then trek to Phakding (3-4 hours). After landing, trekkers meet their guides and as the hike starts trekkers views first glimpse of Mt. Everest along with other summits. Routes proceed through wonderful places of Khumbu region such as Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, Gorakshep, Kalapathar and more. “Tengboche Gumba”, the biggest monastery of this region lies here which is home to many Buddhist monks.

Colorful Buddhist prayers flags, chanting, mani stone along the way makes the journey very peaceful and spiritual. The chanting from the monastery provides inner peace and gives the feeling of “Moksha”.
As for the EBC Trek 14 days Itinerary, the agency design the overall journey focusing on travelers ability, safety, and satisfaction. Trekker follows various routes way to reach Everest Base Camp which are Phaplu Everest Base Camp, Everest Helicopter Tourand more.

EBC Trek ( Everest base camp trek 14 days) Itinerary

Outline Itinerary
  • Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and Pre-trip meeting
  • Day 02:Flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. Trek to Phakding (2700m.) 30 min flight and 3 hours trek.
  • Day 03:Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m.) 5-6 hours.
  • Day 04:Acclimatization in Namche (3440m.)
  • Day 05:Trek to Tengboche Monastery (3860m.) 5 hours.
  • Day 06:Trek to Dingboche (4350m.) 5.30 hours.
  • Day 07:Acclimatization in Dingboche.
  • Day 08:Trek to Lobuche (4910m.) 5 hours.
  • Day 09:Trek to Everest Base Camp (5365 meters) then back to Gorak Shep (5180m.). 8 hours.
  • Day 10:Hike up to Kala pattar (5545m.) early in the morning and trek down to Pheriche (4120m.). 7 hours
  • Day 11:Trek to Namche (3440 meters) 4 hrs.
  • Day 12:Trek to Lukla (2840m.) 7 hours.
  • Day 13:Morning flight back to Kathmandu. 30 minutes.
  • Day 14:Final Departure.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and Pre-trip meeting

Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in the heart of Nepal which is in Kathmandu, you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.

Your hotel was in the city center, the vibrant and colorful area which is known as Thamel. With its restaurants, bars, and shops that have unique Nepali handcrafted items and trekking gear, this is also an interesting place to spend the full afternoon.

There will be also the opportunity to meet your guide today and ask any sort of question you might have on your trip to Everest Base Camp. We will do a thorough pre-trip meeting before our journey begins.

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Max Altitude:1320 M
  • Time:30 Min Drive to Hotel

Due to the changes in the rules and regulations and has also upgraded at the domestic airport at Kathmandu, flights to Lukla will likely operate from Manthali Airport in the Ramechhap district.

The involves a four-hour long drive from Kathmandu during the night. The flight from Manthali will depart early in the morning and take 30 minutes.

At arrival at Lukla, our experienced local porters will also meet you. Heading down the trail at Phakding, we have already noticed the fluttering Tibetan flags and meet the local people who recite the Tibetan mantras as they walk on,

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:2620 M
  • Time:30 Min Fly and 3 Hours Walk

Today the trail will take us through forests, traditional villages with plowed fields, and yak pastures. As we reach the entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park, we can also see Thamserku. After lunch, we also continue on to Namche Bazaar. This is the largest Sherpa village which is located in the Khumbu Region and is the beginning point for expeditions and trekking groups. Here you can buy a few last minutes items (such as chocolate and other edible products) should you have forgotten to do so in Kathmandu.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:3440 M
  • Time:5-6 Hours walk

Today is an acclimatization day and to allow our bodies to adjust to the high altitude.  But that doesn’t mean we have to do anything! The best way to acclimatize is to be very much active. There is an opportunity to spend a few hours hiking around the area or visit the school set by Sir Edmund Hillary at the Khumjung village as a thank you for all the assistance the Sherpa people gave him in his successful ascent of Mt Everest. Some of the mountains on view today are Kwangde (6,011m), Thamserku (6,623m), Kangtega (6,782m), Nuptse (7,861m), Lhotse (8,516m), Ama Dablam (6,812m) and to forgetting, Mount Everest (8,848m).

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:3440 M
  • Time:2 Hours Hike

There are not many steep ascents and descents today, giving plenty of time to concentrate at photography!  Stupas (Buddhist shrines), prayer flags, mani walls (walls with Buddhist prayers carved into them), and mountains, like  Ama Dablam, and Tengboche Monastery, are all worth to take photos of. The trail up to Tengboche is a dusty switchback route, but the panoramic views from the monastery make it all worthwhile. If you are lucky, you can also attend a service, for which a small donation could be appreciated.  You can light some butter lamps too during your tour.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:3860 M
  • Time:5-6 Hours Walk

The trail is, of course, very lovely scenes but also quite challenging. We have to follow the Imia Khola before climbing up to the Dingboche windswept field which is mainly potato.

The highest Sherpa settlement at the Khumbu. The views from there are mesmerizing and we will arrive at Dingboche which just in time for lunch. The rest of the afternoon which is free to relax with a good book or gaze at the surrounding mountains.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:4350 M
  • Time:5-6 Hours walk

With the ever-rising altitude, it is important to make another day to acclimatize.  There are several options available for small hikes today.

Such as visiting the base for Nangkar Tshang Peak, with its sacred sites and views of Mt Makalu. This trip is a 3.5 to 5 hours round trip, and at the ascending altitude on this hike will help our bodies prepare for the high altitudes ahead.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:4350 M
  • Time:2 Hours walk

Today the trek also begins with a gentle climb toward the Pheriche Valley. The trekking which is above the valley floor, we have also passed through alpine scrub and yak pastures. At display are Tawoch and Cholotse, with Ama Dablam which is behind us.

The trail has continued at the Thokla Pass, where the ascent is also challenging. Also, the photographer is heaven as there are many panoramic views of Nuptse, Lhotse Shar, Lhotse, and other 7K plus meter peaks. Upon crossing the pass, we have also reached Lobuche. It was also a very attractive settlement in itself, but the scenery surrounding is charming and beautiful.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:4910 M
  • Time:5 hours walks

This is a very happy day. Today we will also ascent to the viewpoint for Everest. First, the trail will take us around 3 hours over boulders and has rough terrain at the small settlement of Gorakshep.

After lunch, it also starts out for Kalapatthar, from where the views of Everest are simply the best views you can possibly get. In around 5545 m, this is the highest altitude we can trek at Nepal without getting climbing permits. The name also means black rock that is ridge than the mountain.

If the weather was not clear we may have to leave Kalapatthar for the morning as the sunrise over Everest is as inspiring as the sunset. We should decide on the option. We will have to hike to Everest Base  Camp today. Please be aware of trekking groups that do not get right through the base camp where expeditions will be set up.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:5365 M
  • Time:6-7 Hours walks

If we didn’t make it to Kalapatthar yesterday, then we would do it this morning, returning to Gorakshep for breakfast.  Similarly, if we did have visit Everest Base Camp on day 9, we will do that this morning. Each trip takes 3 – 4 hours to return from the wonderful Gorakshep. After breakfast, we head to Pheriche, which takes around 4 hours.  This little settlement also houses the Himalayan Rescue Association Clinic. Long established, it is now the hospital but still focuses on altitude sickness and altitude-related problems of trekkers and climbers and the overall health of the local people. 

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:5545 M
  • Time:6-7 Hours walk

The trail has also descended quite considerably as of yet, but some uphills must be taken care of! As we go to Namche, the forests and will greenery return. This is a long day of walking, made harder by the hard hiking the day before. But push at it because a good dinner and a hot shower await! And now is the opportunity to celebrate your successful trek at the Everest Base Camp with a beer! And with wifi available, now is also time to get in touch with loved ones at home and perhaps upload a few pictures of your beloved trip.

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:3440 M
  • Time:5-6 Hours walk

In the earlier part of the day, take a good final look at the majestic Himalayan mountains and says goodbye to the Khumbu Valley and Mount Everest

  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Max Altitude:2810 M
  • Time:7 Hours walk

This morning will mark on the goodbye to Mt Everest and the Khumbu Region as we have to board our flight back to be at Kathmandu or Manthali Airport.  Depending on which airport is open at that time and, of course, weather conditions, either we will be back at Kathmandu for lunch or in the early afternoon. Then there is time to do some shopping before our farewell dinner at the evening.

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Max Altitude:1320 M
  • Time:30 Min Fly

 After breakfast, our representative will also take you to Tribhuvan International Airport in time for your  flight.  Should you stay longer at Nepal or have a late flight, please note that the hotel check-out time is 11 am-12 pm

  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Time:30 Min Drive to airport
Cost Details
What is Included
  • Arrival and Departure by private vehicle..
  • Three meals a day during the Trek (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Accommodation in Tea House during the Trekking.
  • Two nights of Accommodation in Kathmandu with B/B.
  • Trekking Guide and a porter (sharing by two clients) with Insurance, food, and accommodations.
  • Flight ticket for guide Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu
  • Flight ticket for Clients Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu
  • First Aid kit.
  • Trekking permit (Conservation fee).
  • Tims card (Trekking information management system) is like a permit.
  • Free use Company's duffel bag.
  • All needed official fee.
  • Company service charge. 
What is not Included
  • International Fight ticket 
  • Your travel insurance.
  • Nepal Visa fee (US$ 40 for 30 days and US$ 25 for 15 days you should get a visa open on your arrival)
  • Any kind of drink,(like Tea, coffee, drinking water, soft drink, hard drink etc) 
  • Items of personal expenses like hot shower, battery charge, telephone, Porters, etc.
  • Tips for Guide and Porters
  • Extra Night accommodations in Kathmandu, (delay departure or early arrivals from Mountains)
  • Extra activities in Nepal.

Departure Dates

Select a Departure Month
Departure Date
Start DateApr 23, 2024End DateMay 06, 2024
PriceUS$1170Per Person
Start DateApr 25, 2024End DateMay 08, 2024
PriceUS$1170Per Person
Start DateApr 27, 2024End DateMay 10, 2024
PriceUS$1170Per Person
Start DateApr 28, 2024End DateMay 11, 2024
PriceUS$1170Per Person
Start DateApr 30, 2024End DateMay 13, 2024
PriceUS$1170Per Person

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Good to Know

Best  Season for Everest base camp trek 14 days

Everest Base Camp is situated at a high altitude (17,600 ft / 5380 m), and the overland path to get there is also big. This means that the Everest area is never really ‘warm,’ but there are still significant differences in temperature and snowfall throughout the year.

Spring and Autumn Seasons: From mid-February to May till the mid-September to mid-December are the most popular months for trekking in the Everest region because the weather is at its best during these months. Spring and autumn tend to offer mild temperatures, sunny skies, little-to-no chances of rain, and a lower risk of problematic snowfall. These are also the busiest months at  the trails, but if you’re looking for the best weather, that’s a trade-off you may be willing to make.

Winter Season The winter (December, January, and February) isn't the ‘bad’ time to trek EBC, but it is obviously the off-season. Temperatures will go down to extremely low levels, so you’d need to be well prepared for the freezing conditions. However, the skies are usually very clear in the winter, allowing for panoramic views of the mountains. And you won’t have to compete for accommodation with other hikers through the route.

Monsoon Season Monsoon season (June to early September). It is not the ideal time to EBC Trek 14 days. Besides the rainy weather, which can cause landslides and muddy conditions on trails, rain clouds can obscure scenery. But, temperatures are warmer at this time of year, and it rarely rains every day. Trekking in the monsoon can be perfect if you’re well prepared for the rain and don’t mind getting a little wet along the way because the higher you go in altitude, the less rain will be falling. If trekking does not make the list, but a helicopter tour to EBC is, these are both best when the weather is clear and easy to journey.

Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty

There are three ways to summarize the difficulty in the Everest Base Camp. it effects during your trip. if you are ready for it, everest base camp trek 14 days is easy for you. 


At around 130km (round trip) the trek seems to be quite long, but if you consider that on a typical guided trek, you will only be walking for 12 out of the 14 days, you’ll see that you will be covering at around 15km per day. If you keep in mind that the average walking pace is about 5-6 Hours per day on averages.

 That being said, the 15km per day will not be on a paved path that is flat. Rather you will be trekking at the quite rocky and sometimes snowy terrain (depending on the season and altitude) that is sure to slow down your pace. When you combine the terrain with the fact that you are generally hiking upwards, thus gaining altitude, you can see how the trek becomes a bit tougher. Luckily, most tour operators will use porters or mules to carry your bags so you just have to focus on getting yourself up at the trail.


Altitude is by far the most challenging aspect of the trek and is what makes it more difficult than your average trek at the same length. Acute Mountain Sickness and other altitude related illnesses are serious risks in the sort of altitudes encountered on the trek. The trek starts after the gut-wrenching flight unto Lukla, which stands at just below 3,000m, and then makes its way up to Everest Base Camp at around 5,400m. At the highest point, Kala Pathar, you will be at just over 5,500m – a height which allows to you experience breathtaking views of the whole region.

Most guided tours will have 2 days to allow for acclimatization. These days allow your body to get used to the higher than normal altitude but also  gives an opportunity to explore some of the surrounding areas while not trekking. As a result of the acclimatization days and the slow approach to increases in altitude, the outward leg of the trek should take 9 days while the inward leg should take almost 3 days.


While you don’t need to get a personal trainer or leave your day job to get fit for the trek, some time spent at the gym and some longer hikes will definitely help prepare you for the hilly trek up to Everest Base Camp. We also recommend doing the few 4-6 hour treks at home so that your body gets used to that sort of duration of workout. 

Begin around 6-8 weeks before you leave and build up at the time and distance slowly so that by the end of it your body is comfortable with trekking for a solid 6 hours. Spend some time in the gym focusing on strength training for your legs. While you may not be carrying your bags around (unless you are trekking unsupported), you still have to carry yourself! Squats are a great exercise and will be utilizing your quads a lot on the trek. Finally, some aerobic exercise such as jogging, sprinting and swimming will also help your endurance and increase the ability of your body to circulate oxygen, which becomes harder in higher altitudes of the Everest region.

 Everest base camp trek 14 days Accommodation

There are several ways of accommodating food and lodges. In the following lines, we will be going through the several types of accommodation which can be done on Everest Base Camp.

Generally, you will also find Tea Houses for basic accommodation to the highly luxurious hotel. You can also choose the service as per your budget. Usually, people called it lodges rather than hotels in these hilly areas. Lodge will offer you some excellent service and provide you with healthy & hygienic food. They will provide an electric blanket, WiFi, etc. which will be at an additional charge.

Speaking of toiletry, there will be a common toilet after you reached Namche Bazaar. The toilet is designed in Western styles and patterns. You need not go outside the hotel to take a break. 

The rooms found in these places can come in many forms. Like the rooms could be shared or you want one room that might cost a bit. The rooms are clean and tidy. Through the window of your room, you can see the panoramic view of the mountains.

There are also several facilities related to the place. Like there is water that runs smoothly 24 hours a day. Hot Baths can be made if you have extra cash with you. In your personal room, you charge your mobile or your camera. If it is outside the room you might a little to charge your stuff.

EBC Trek 14 days packing list 

Before going on the  EBC Trek 14 days journey, one should be well informed of what the climate could be in the region. Also, he/she should know what kinds of equipment and gear they should be taking while trekking at the trekking base region. In the below, we will be going through the packing list. 

body wear

  • Trekking/Hiking Shoes (make sure are comfortable)
  • Trekking pants
  • T-shirts - Lightweight, quick-drying
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Fleece
  • Rain jacket/coat
  • Down jacket/warm jackets
  • Socks/warm socks
  • Backpack - With a good waist and chest belt; a light one should be enough (e.g. 35 liters capacity is recomended)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Cash - Bring enough ruppees to cover your trek. Once you begin trekking, there are no more ATMs (except in Namche)
  • Water bottle - 1L bottle should be enough. You can refill, there is no available mineral water bottle. if you 1 extra water bottle, it makes it easy to use a water purification tablet.
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun Hat and warm hat

extra things 

  • Trekking pole(s)
  • Crampons (during the snowy season, it is necessary )
  •  Small first-aid kit - Band-Aids, Diamox (for altitude sickness), antiseptic cream, bandages, etc)
  • Hand sanitizer/soap/shampoo
  • Toilet Paper - Which you can buy along the way
  • Quick-dry towel
  • Flashlight / Headlight - A headlight is handy at night, especially since electricity comes and goes pretty often
  • Dust mask - For dusty sections of the trail
  • Camera
  • Sleeping bag liner
  • quick energy bar or chocolates


1) What is the best time to trek to EBC?

Trekking to Everest the best seasons in February, March, April, May, June, October, and November. The environment continues to be supportive in these months, and skies remain clear. Within just a few distances you can have a beautiful panorama. Exotic flora and fauna can also be encountered along with vast and volatile habitats and ecosystems. You can also get the best snowy experience as there are snowfall chances too.

2. How difficult is the EBC trek route?

Trek to EBC is a lifetime and life-changing adventure for some. For most people who have prepared and trained for this adventure, it is definitely achievable. One thing we can surely tell you is that it's not a walk in the park and it's definitely not a' tourist mentality' for visitors. You will start your trek at 2,850 m from sea level and reach a stunning 5,632 m high. That definitely takes a toll on one's body and mind. 

3. How can I join the trekking group?

Trekking Everest base camp can be done individually as well as in group. You'll need to make a group first for a group trek. You can make your own country group involving your friends, family, relatives and other known people, and inform us about that so that we can provide you with services accordingly. But if you can't form an entire group then just contact us and we'll put you in the group of others.

4. What is the EBC Trek Route?

There are alternate routes for getting to Everest Base Camp. Starting from Jiri, the not so popular Classic Everest Base Camp Trek will. To complete the classic trek to Everest Base Camp one has to have at least 20 to 25 days in hand. The other alternatives are to combine the EBC Trek with the three passes and also the valley of Gokyo Lake and Gokyo. Among all those different itineraries, the most popular itinerary and trekking route are the ones mentioned in the blog menu. we will be followig the most popular trekking trail to reach EBC. we will be starting with a short flight to Lukla and then walking to Phakding and through Namche Bazzar, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep. Then Finally we will reach to Everest base camp and Kalapatther (Most popular View point in Everest Region) 

5. How many days to get to EBC?

It takes around 12 days to complete the trek to Everest base camp. The total distance between Lukla and Everest Base Camp and Back is approx. 140 km. It takes about eight days for Lukla to get to EBC, and another four days to get back to Lukla. Trekkers normally keep 2 days during the trek as acclimatization days so it takes 8 days to reach Everest Base Camp. in  EBC 14 days there are no extra days for Kathmandu it takes 12 days trekking and then there will 2 days your final departure and arrivals days. if you have possible to manage your extra days, you must leave 1 day for Kathmandu.

The above knowledge suits trekkers who are absolutely fit and who can easily walk every day for 5 to 6 hours. Others may take between 12-16 days to complete the trek

EBC Trek ( Everest base camp trek 14 days) FAQs

  • The Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek is very achievable for people prepared to put in the hard work before departure. The trek is precisely a walk. There are no technical elements to the journey, just one foot in front of the other; the key is not to rush and  you could take your time.

    Our Everest Base Camp and  Kala Pattar trek is graded moderate, meaning that you generally do not have to exceed eight hours of activity in a day. Some days can vary from 4-5 hours a day to only 2-3 hours; however, there will be sections where you might be challenged. If you do the training, you go into the trek positive; that's more than half the battle.

  • Of course! It would be wise to buy travel insurance and make sure it covers emergency evacuation in high altitudes over 5000 M. . Altitude sickness can attack anyone, no matter if your fitness level is good; if you have any emergency, it will cover. the final solution is to take time and try to walk slowly. This is one of the best  If you feel AMS, it is suggested that you be on the lower elevation.

  • You can choose the food from the food menu, depending at the place. You can also select local dishes and continental/Chinese dishes. However, food is also cooked by the essential local trainers so the taste may not be the same as in your house. Normally, non veg food is not recommended food because there is not available fresh meat because they carry from low land in these areas. 

  • You can check your backpack before begins. You can bring whatever equipment which is found in your home town. The rest of the things can be hired or bought in Kathmandu. Usually, the company does not provide the equipment for the trek, so you can buy or rent before the tour begins.

  • You can choose the food which is presented at the food menu, depending on the place. You can also select local dishes and continental/Chinese dishes. However, food is also  cooked by the essential local trainers so the taste may not be the same like you desired for but it will be nutritious.

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