Our most epic adventure. An 11-day trek to the world-famous base camp of the highest peak on the planet.
The trek to Everest Base Camp is one of the most famous hiking challenges in the world. It is without doubt one of the more challenging treks to take on, but the sheer thrill and sense of achievement you experience as you arrive at the Base Camp is hard to equal.
You will trek into the heart of the Himalaya, taking in some spectacular scenery along the way, including the worlds highest peak.
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Begin by flying in a twin-engined plane to Lukla, the gateway to the Khumbu region.
From there, nestled in the lower slopes of the Himalaya, you'll begin your epic 11-day adventure, which will take you through the famous Namche Bazaar, Gorak Shep and finally to base camp.
After spending time at base camp, you'll have one final morning to ascend the Kala Patthar and watch the sunrise over Everest.
Extend your stay in Nepal
When you book onto our Everest Base camp trek, you can opt to add one our incredible extension trips to your challenge. You’ll have two options to choose from:
Add on an extra 4 days in Nepal, transfer to Chitwan National Park with a Jeep safari, a canoe trip, a jungle walk and an optional bird walk. In addition you'll have more time to spend in Kathmandu to pick up any last-minute souvenirs! Or opt for our Culture & Yoga extension trip. Explore more of what Kathmandu and it’s surrounding areas has to offer, learn to cook a traditional Nepalese meal and finally head on a short yoga retreat. You’ll get to experience various types of yoga & meditation before heading back to London.
Find out more at the end of our Challenge Information Pack.
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