Everest Short Trek



Starting From

USD $1200

Join us on an exhilarating journey through the Everest region, perfect for those craving adventure but short on time. Explore picturesque villages, lush forests, and rugged terrain while marveling at the towering peaks, including Mt. Everest. Immerse yourself in Sherpa culture, enjoy cozy tea houses, and create memories to last a lifetime.
  • trip code:ABCT
  • destination:Nepal

Trip Highlights

Experience the Majesty of Everest: Short Trek with Global Nepal Treks

Are you eager to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of Mount Everest but short on time? Join Global Nepal Treks for an unforgettable short trek to Everest Base Camp, where you'll get a glimpse of the world's highest peak and immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes of the Khumbu region. Here's everything you need to know to make the most of your Everest short trek:

Trek Duration:

  • The Everest short trek typically takes around 7 to 10 days to complete, depending on your chosen itinerary and starting point.
  • This condensed trek is perfect for travelers with limited time who still want to experience the grandeur of Everest.

Trek Difficulty:

  • The Everest short trek is considered moderately challenging, and suitable for trekkers with a reasonable level of fitness.
  • The trail includes some steep ascents and descents, but the pace is manageable for most hikers.


  • The highest point on the Everest short trek is Everest Base Camp, which stands at an altitude of approximately 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) above sea level.
  • Proper acclimatization and gradual ascent are essential to prevent altitude sickness.


  • Trekkers require permits to enter the Sagarmatha National Park, where Mount Everest is located.
  • Permits include the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card.

Best Time to Trek:

  • The best time to embark on the Everest short trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons.
  • These months offer stable weather, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, ideal for trekking and enjoying panoramic views of Everest and the surrounding peaks.

Packing Essentials:

  • Essential trekking gear, including sturdy hiking boots, breathable clothing, and a waterproof jacket.
  • Warm layers for cool evenings and higher altitudes.
  • Sun protection, including sunscreen, sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed hat.
  • Trekking poles for stability on uneven terrain.
  • Basic first aid kit with medications for common ailments and altitude sickness.
  • Water purification tablets or a filtration system for safe drinking water.


  • Accommodation options along the Everest short trek route include teahouses and guesthouses.
  • Teahouses provide basic amenities, including meals, lodging, and hot showers (where available).
  • Accommodation may be more basic compared to longer treks, but it offers a comfortable and authentic experience.

Drinking Water:

  • Trekkers should avoid drinking untreated water from streams and rivers.
  • Bottled water is available for purchase at teahouses, but it's recommended to carry a reusable water bottle and use water purification tablets or a filtration system.

Health and Safety:

  • Prioritize your health and safety throughout the trek.
  • Listen to your body and take rest breaks as needed.
  • Stay hydrated and eat nutritious meals to maintain energy levels.
  • Be aware of symptoms of altitude sickness and descend to lower altitudes if necessary.
  • Follow the guidance of your trekking guide and heed weather warnings.

Cultural Considerations:

  • Respect local customs, traditions, and cultural practices along the trekking route.
  • Engage with the local community and learn about their way of life.
  • Dispose of waste responsibly and leave no trace of your presence in the natural environment.

Emergency Contacts:

  • Save emergency contact numbers, including local rescue services and embassy/consulate information.
  • Register your trekking itinerary with the appropriate authorities or your trekking agency for added safety.

Embark on the Everest short trek with Global Nepal Treks and prepare for an unforgettable adventure through breathtaking landscapes, serene forests, and iconic Himalayan vistas. With expert guidance, personalized service, and a commitment to your comfort and safety, this trek promises to be an experience you'll cherish for a lifetime.

Things that you need to know

How difficult is the Everest trek?

The Everest trek is considered challenging due to high altitude, rugged terrain, and unpredictable weather. It requires a good level of physical fitness and mental preparedness.

What is the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp?

The best time to trek to Everest Base Camp is during the pre-monsoon (March to May) and post-monsoon (September to November) seasons when the weather is generally clear and stable.

What permits do I need for the Everest trek?

You'll need permits for Sagarmatha National Park entry and the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card. Your trekking agency can arrange these for you.

How high is Everest Base Camp?

Everest Base Camp sits at an altitude of approximately 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) above sea level.

Do I need prior trekking experience to trek to Everest Base Camp?

While prior trekking experience is beneficial, it's not mandatory. However, adequate physical fitness and mental preparation are essential.

What kind of accommodation can I expect during the trek?

Accommodation along the Everest trek route typically consists of tea houses or lodges, offering basic amenities such as a bed, blanket, and meals. Camping is usually not required unless you're doing a specialized trekking route.

Is altitude sickness a concern during the Everest trek?

Yes, altitude sickness can be a concern due to the high elevations. It's essential to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and recognize symptoms of altitude sickness.

What should I pack for the Everest trek?

Pack essentials such as appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions, sturdy hiking boots, a sleeping bag, personal hygiene items, and trekking gear. It's crucial to pack light while ensuring you have all necessary items for the journey.

Are there rescue and medical facilities available along the trek route?

Yes, there are medical facilities and rescue services available at certain points along the Everest trek route. However, it's essential to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers emergency evacuation in case of unforeseen circumstances.

How long does it take to complete the Everest trek?

The duration of the Everest trek can vary depending on the specific itinerary chosen. On average, it takes around 12-14 days to trek to Everest Base Camp and back, allowing time for acclimatization and exploration along the way.

These FAQs cover some of the essential aspects of planning and undertaking an Everest trekking adventure. Always consult with your trekking agency or guide for personalized advice and recommendations based on your individual needs and preferences.


Upon landing at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you'll be greeted by the sights and sounds of this vibrant city. Transfer to your accommodation where you'll settle in and meet your trekking guide. Spend the evening exploring the bustling streets of Kathmandu, filled with colorful markets, ancient temples, and delicious street food. Rest and prepare for your adventure ahead with an overnight stay in Kathmandu.

Rise early for an exhilarating flight to Lukla, where you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the Himalayas from above. Begin your trek from Lukla to Phakding, following the Dudh Koshi River as it winds through picturesque villages and lush forests. Along the way, you'll encounter prayer stones and colorful prayer flags, adding a spiritual element to your journey. As you approach Phakding, catch your first glimpse of the majestic Mt. Everest looming in the distance. Conclude the day with a peaceful evening in Phakding, resting up for the days ahead.

Today's trek takes you from Phakding to Namche Bazaar, the bustling heart of the Khumbu region and the gateway to Everest. Traverse several suspension bridges spanning the roaring Dudh Koshi River, marveling at the rushing waters below. Ascend steep trails that offer sweeping panoramas of snow-capped peaks, including the iconic Everest. Arrive in Namche Bazaar, a vibrant Sherpa town teeming with colorful markets, cozy cafes, and fascinating cultural attractions. Take time to explore the local market and visit the Sherpa Museum, gaining insight into the rich heritage of the region. Rest and rejuvenate in Namche Bazaar as you acclimate to the altitude, preparing for the adventures ahead.

Today is dedicated to acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, a crucial step in ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek. Embark on a scenic hike to the Everest View Hotel, where you'll be rewarded with awe-inspiring vistas of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. Immerse yourself in the warmth and hospitality of the Sherpa community, learning about their traditions, customs, and way of life. Wander through the charming streets of Namche Bazaar, soaking up the atmosphere and engaging with local artisans. Enjoy a peaceful evening in Namche Bazaar, reflecting on the beauty and serenity of the Himalayan landscape.

Set out from Namche Bazaar towards Tengboche, home to the renowned Tengboche Monastery, one of the most sacred sites in the Everest region. Descend to the banks of the Dudh Koshi River before beginning a steady ascent through verdant rhododendron forests. Arrive at Tengboche, perched atop a hill with commanding views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and numerous other peaks. Explore the ornately decorated monastery, soaking in the tranquil atmosphere and spiritual energy that permeates the air. As the sun sets behind the towering mountains, find solace in the serene surroundings of Tengboche.

Bid farewell to Tengboche as you retrace your steps back to Namche Bazaar, descending through fragrant forests and across swaying suspension bridges. Take one last opportunity to savor the breathtaking vistas of Everest and its neighboring peaks before bidding adieu to the high mountains. Arrive in Namche Bazaar and relish in the familiarity of its bustling streets and welcoming atmosphere. Spend the evening reminiscing about your journey thus far and preparing for the final leg of your adventure.

Embark on the final stretch of your trek as you journey from Namche Bazaar to Lukla, retracing the scenic trail that brought you here. Descend through terraced fields and quaint Sherpa villages, pausing to exchange greetings with locals and soak in the sights and sounds of rural life. Cross towering suspension bridges spanning deep river gorges, offering exhilarating views of the rushing waters below. Arrive in Lukla, where you'll celebrate the culmination of your trek with your fellow adventurers. Reflect on the challenges overcome and the memories made as you prepare for your return journey to Kathmandu.

Board an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, bidding farewell to the majestic Himalayas and the rugged beauty of the Khumbu region. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to your hotel and enjoy a well-deserved rest after your exhilarating adventure. Spend the day exploring the vibrant streets of Kathmandu at your leisure, shopping for souvenirs or simply soaking in the rich tapestry of sights and sounds. In the evening, gather with your trekking companions for a farewell dinner, reminiscing about the highlights of your journey and forging lasting friendships. Retire to your accommodation for a final night in Kathmandu, filled with memories of your epic Everest Base Camp trek.

Transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport for your onward journey, bidding farewell to the enchanting land of Nepal with a heart full of cherished memories. Depart Kathmandu with a renewed appreciation for the natural wonders of the Himalayas and the indomitable spirit of the Sherpa people. Carry the lessons learned and experiences gained during your Everest Base Camp trek with you as you embark on your next adventure, wherever it may lead.


All ground transportation arrangements.

Domestic flight between Kathmandu and Lukla, with airport taxes covered.

Provision of three meals daily during the trek, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with tea or coffee.

Accommodation provided in tea houses (lodges) or tents during the trek, as specified in the trek type.

Accommodation in a star hotel in Kathmandu.

High experienced, government-licensed guide and necessary porter services throughout the trek.

All government local taxes included in the package.

Sagarmatha National Park fees covered.

Trekker's Information Management System (TIMS) permits arranged.

First aid kit and general equipment provided for porters during the adventure trip.

Salaries for guides and porters included.

Tour certificate presented upon completion of the trek.

Insurance coverage for all field staff during the trekking period.

Extra services available upon guest demand.

These services are provided to ensure a comfortable, safe, and enjoyable trekking experience, with all necessary arrangements taken care of for the guests' convenience.






  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu: Enjoy delicious meals at local restaurants in Kathmandu, providing a taste of Nepalese cuisine and convenience during your stay in the city.
  • Trekking Equipment and Personal Expenses: Any necessary trekking equipment can be arranged for you, ensuring you have the essential gear for a safe and comfortable journey. Additionally, personal expenses such as alcoholic beverages, phone usage, and laundry services are not included and are the responsibility of the individual trekker.
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance: Prioritize your safety with comprehensive emergency rescue and travel insurance coverage, offering peace of mind in case of unforeseen circumstances or emergencies during your trek.
  • Trip Cancellation and Personal Effects Coverage: Protect your investment with trip cancellation coverage, safeguarding you against unexpected cancellations due to accidents, health issues, or other unforeseen events.
  • Additionally, ensure your personal effects are covered for loss, theft, or damage, providing financial protection for your belongings throughout the journey.
  • Tips: While not mandatory, tipping your guides, porters, and support staff is customary in Nepal and greatly appreciated for their hard work and dedication. Show your gratitude by offering tips at your discretion, reflecting the level of service and assistance provided during your trekking adventure.

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