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Everest Base Camp Treks in Nepal

Everest Base Camp Treks from the experts at Exodus
For many, Everest base Camp is the ultimate trekking goal, other than taking on Sagamartha herself. Everest Base camp trek in Nepal is a tough and demanding climb but not technical and should not be beyond most competent walkers. At 5400 metres Everest Base Camp is the starting point for many of the expeditions to take on the summit, but the view from the camp up towards the peak across the Khumbu icefall is breathtaking.

For years trekkers and walkers have argued about the differences between the Annapurnas and the Everest region. The simple answer is they are both magnificent yet different and if the former has the sanctuary and the view from Poon Hill and beyond, Everest has Base Camp at 5400 metres. What they both have is the fabulous warm hospitality of the Nepalis and the superb service on the trek, be it staying in tea houses, camping or lodges. 

Everest Base Camp Treks

Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek

16 days Excl. flights From
USD $2,325.00

The iconic Himalayan trek to the foot of the highest mountain on Earth

  • Walk amidst the world's highest mountain range, with incredible views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse and Ama Dablam
  • Ascend Kala Pattar for close up views of Mt Everest
  • Explore Namche Bazaar and soak up the Sherpa culture
High Passes to Everest Base Camp

High Passes to Everest Base Camp

23 days Excl. flights From
USD $2,755.00

Cross 3 passes and summit 5 peaks to complete one of Nepal's top treks

  • Reach the iconic Everest Base Camp
  • Enjoy incredible views of Everest and other Himalayan giants
  • Cross 3 passes and ascend 5 summits
Everest & Gokyo Lakes Circuit

Everest & Gokyo Lakes Circuit

19 days Excl. flights From
USD $2,475.00

Trek Nepal's classic trail and explore the remote Gokyo Valley

  • Trek amidst the azure blue Gokyo Lakes
  • Follow a circular route to Everest Base Camp
  • Ascend Kala Pattar, Gokyo Ri and the Cho La

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