Trip Overview Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek used to be a popular and regularly followed route before the formation of Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla. Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek was brought into limelight by two great trekkers- Tenjing Norgay Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand who followed this trail and made first successful ascent to the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world with massive 8848m height dominating the skyline, in the year 1953.
Trekking to Everest from Jiri once used to teem with trekkers willing to reach the summit of Mount Everest. But after the construction of Lukla Airport and daily regular flights from Kathmandu took into action, the flight has significantly curtailed the days required for trekking by 8 days and has also decreased the number of trekkers who chose the traditional route from Jiri to Everest.
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek begins amid enchanting 8 hours (188km) drive from Kathmandu to Jiri (2,100m). Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek goes behind the predictable route by the early Everest voyage and at a close down serve up as the main channel to the road less Everest Region (Sagarmatha). At the time comes to utter regarding Everest, trekkers do not overlook to converse about the Solu-Khumbu, the home of the Sherpas. Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is believed that Sherpas were migrated from the high valleys of South Mount Everest from Eastern Tibet during the verbal narration. Consequently, they are acknowledged as the authentic people of the Himalayas. The most important basis of earnings is the trekking.
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek takes 25 days and the natural world of ramble grade is moderate and quite strenuous. Trekkers can go for tea house as a planned accommodation. The maximum elevation is 5,545 m where as its minimum elevation is 2,100 m. For the Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek, you require at least 15 people in a group. And the most excellent seasons are February, March, April, May, June, September, October, and November. However, the months of July and August are made-up to be an apt time for climbing.
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek also encompasses brilliant parts of scenery. At this point, you can locate a diverse ethnicity. You can still hit upon lots of monasteries and holy places along the method. Several monasteries fit in to nuns and some of them to monks merely. Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek tails will formulate for getting used to a superior altitude up to Everest Base Camp. Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek shows the way throughout the tea house or guest house. The standpoints are Deurali, Lamjura, Taktor, Namche Bazaar Everest View Hotel, Tyangbouche, Nagaljing and Kalapatthar.
Day – 1 – Arrival in Kathmandu ( 1,350 m. )
Day – 2 – sight seeing Kathmandu
Day – 3 – Kathmandu to Jiri 1,905 m. ) drive by bus / car
Day – 4 – Jiri – Deaurali ( 2,730 m.)
Day – 5 – Deaurali – sete ( 2,575 m. )
Day – 6 – Sete – Junbesi ( 2,680 m. )
Day – 7 – Junbesi – Manidingma ( 2,217 m. )
Day – 8 – Mnidingma – kharikhola ( 2,040 m. )
Day – 9 – Kharikhola – Surkey ( 2,400 m. )
Day – 10 – Surkey – Phakdingma ( 2,610 m. )
Day – 11- phakding – Namche bazaar ( 3,440 m. )
Day – 12 – Rest in Namche bazaar
Day – 13 – Namche – Tengboche 3,860 m. )
Day – 14 – Tengboche – Dingboche ( 4,410 m. )
Day – 15 – Day hike to chhukung Ri ( 5,550 m. )back to Dingboche
Day – 16 – Dingboche – Laboche ( 4,940 m. )
Day – 17 – Laboche – Kalapathar ( 5,545 m. ) – laboche
Day – 18 – Laboche – Pheriche ( 4,371 m. )
Day – 19 – Pheriche – Tengboche ( 3,860 m. )
Day – 20 – Tengboche – Namche bazaar
Day – 21 – Namche bazaar – Phakdingma
Day – 22 – Phakding – Lukla
Day – 23 – Lukla – Kathmandu
Day – 24 – Rest day in Kathmandu
Day – 25 – International airport depature
1) Airport pick up and drop
2) Twin sharing accommodation at Kathmandu 3-4 star hotels with break fast.
3) Sight seeing ½ day in Kathmandu.
4) Domestic flights to / from lukla and domestic departure taxes.
5) All other transports.
6) Experience leader, trekking guide, experience cook, Sherpa and kitchen crew.
7) All accommodation in tent during trek ( twin share tent, mattress and other camping and
8) All meals on trek ( breakfast, lunch dinner, tea, coffee, juice ).
9) Sagaramatha national park fee.
10) Specialized medical kit including medical oxygen.
11) Insurance for all alpine zone‘s staff.
12) All related taxes.
13) Fare well dinner.
1) Visa fee.
2) Insurance of clients , personal nature i.e cold drinks / hard drink .
3) Lunch and dinner in kathamndu / pokhara
4) Medical evacuation in case of emergency.
5) Personal gear and clothing.
6) International flights and Airport departure taxes.
7) Tips for alpine zone’s staff.
8) Expenses incurred due to mishaps, landslide, strikes, political unrest, in such case extra will be charged as per actual.