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Everest Base Camp a 16 – Days Charity Trek, Autumn 2023

Highlights of the Trip:

    • A total distance of trekking is approximately 120km
    • The highest point we reach is Kalapastar 5555M
    • The total days of trekking is about 8.5 Days
    • Classic Everest view from Everest view hotel in Khumjung and Kala Patar
    • Visit Everest Base Camp
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Nepal is a small landlocked country in south Asia. It is located in the Himalayas and bordered to the North by the people’s Republic of China and to the South, East, and West by the Republic of India. In Nepal by some measure, Hinduism is practiced by a larger majority of people than in any other nation. Buddhism, though is second in the majority faith in the country, is linked historically with Nepal as the birthplace of the Lord Buddha. Many Nepalese do not distinguish between Hinduism and Buddhism and follow both religious traditions parallelly. Many other religions are also practiced in Nepal however never had any religious conflicts here.

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Everest Base Camp 16 days Trekking:

Everest Base Camp is one of the most famous, and one of the most beautiful trekking routes in the world. The route gives us an insight into the lives and culture of the Nepalese people, combined with a journey through the heart of the Himalayan foothills, and up to the exhilarating heights of Everest Base Camp.

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Trip Overview:

This Everest base camp Charity trek is a great lodge trek that offers sensational mountain views and insight into the lives of the local people. After arriving in Kathmandu and exploring the temples, shrines, and bazaars of Kathmandu we take an exciting mountain flight to Lukla and trek up the Dudh Kosi Valley, surrounded by the soaring peaks of Thamserku and Kusum Kanguru.

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Itinerary in Details:

 06 October 2023, Day 01 Arrival at Kathmandu airport (1345 meters):

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 07 October 2023, Day 02 Pre-trip Meeting and Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley:

In the morning after breakfast at 9 AM, we host a Pre-Trip meeting at your hotel in Kathmandu and introduced your trek Leader/Guide meantime and it will provide an opportunity for individuals to ask questions about your trek and to introduce you to other participants.

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 08 October 2023, Day 03 Fly to Lukla (2804 meters) trek to Phakding/Manjo (2610 meters/2850m),

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10 October 2023, Day 05 Namche Bazaar Acclimatization Day:

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 11 October 2023 Day 06 Trek to Tengboche Monastery (3860 meters, 8km):

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 12 October 2023 Day 07 Trek to Dingboche (4350 meters, 10km):

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 13 October 2023, Day 08 Trek to Chhukung (4710 meters) and trek back to Dingboche:

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 14 October 2023 Day 9- Trek to Lobuche (4910 meters,7-9 hours, 8km):

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 15 October 2023 Day 10 Trek to Everest Base Camp (5365 meters) then back to Gorak Shep (5180 meters):

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 16 October 2023 Day 11 Trek to Kalapattar (5555 meters,7-9 hours 15 km):

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 17 October 2023 Day 12 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3441 meters):

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19 October 2023 Day 14 Morning fly back to Kathmandu:

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  • Kathmandu to Lukla return flight
  • All airport transfers,
  • Accommodation twin sharing basis with breakfast in Kathmandu,
  • National Park entry fees,
  • An experienced English-speaking guide and potter.
  • Three meals (Bed, Breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch) during the trekking
  • Local transports
  • Attraction entry fees
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  • International flights
  • Personal travel insurance (should cover rescue up to 5500m, travel and medical)
  • All the drinks,
  • Any personal nature expenses
  • Tips for local support staff (guides and porters tips are expected)
  • Any other items that have not been mentioned on the inclusion
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ACCOMMODATION: In Kathmandu, we stay in a comfortable hotel. Throughout the trek, we stay in basic tea-house accommodation.

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 FOOD: Breakfast each morning will be at our accommodation. Lunches will be en-route in tea- houses and evening meals will be at the lodges at our night stops.

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Mobile Phone:  Mobile phones do work in most of the trekking areas in Nepal. Although in some of the areas you are trekking,

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Tipping:  This is at your discretion and we must stress that tips do not form part of the wages of your guide and trekking crews. However, Nepalese people are as a rule incredibly cheerful and friendly and nothing ever seems too much trouble for them. Your guide and trekking crews will be no exception and as a tip is the accepted form of saying ‘thank you if you have received good service, a tip at the end of your trek will be greatly appreciated.

 Vaccinations and medical precautions: We always recommend visiting your doctor for a check-up before traveling. Your doctor will also have access to the most up-to-date information on vaccinations and medical precautions for the country you are about to visit.

 First Aid: You should always carry your own small, personal first aid kit. This should consist of the following: A general antibiotic, throat lozenges, painkillers, plasters (band-aids), blister treatment, insect repellent (DEET), rehydration salts, antiseptic cream, altitude (Diamox) diarrhoea treatment (e.g., Imodium)

 WHEN CAN I GO? 07 October 2023 arrive in Nepal, we are planning this Everest Base Camp Charity trek in early autumn 2023. If you have a group of 6 or more friends or colleagues then you can choose the time that suits you best. Recommended seasons are Spring and autumn.

 How much will it cost me? Choose from one of the following two payment options:

Option 1 Excluding flight: £1999: The cost of the trip is £1999 person excluding international flight. The initial registration fee is non-refundable £799 which can be paid by, Cheque or bank transfer, and should be accompanied by your registration form. Further £1200 should be paid at least 12 weeks before the departure day.

Option 2 including flight: The cost of the trip including flight is £2999. The initial registration fee including (non-refundable £799) is £1299 which can be paid by, Cheque or bank transfer, and should be accompanied by your registration form. Further £900 should be paid at least 16 weeks before the departure day and the remaining £800 should paid no later the 3 weeks before the departure date.

 What is minimum sponsorship and who is it? This trip is intended to raise funds for community support Nepal (CSN). CSN works for the benefit of the street, homeless, abandoned, exploited, and sold children in Kathmandu, Kavreplanchok, and Sidhuli at present. CSN exists to provide resources and facilities to meet the needs of victims of earthquakes and to provide a better future for the children in Kathmandu, Kavre, and Sidhuli. Please visit to learn more about CSN and its work

 How can I join the Everest Base Camp trekking If you are interested to join the Everest Base Camp Challenge for the charity, please fill out the form and send it to us with a Non-refundable deposit of £795 to cover the initial cost. Once we received your registration form and deposit, we will contact you for a joint briefing and presentations about the events and provide ideas for fund rise.

 Guideline for clothing/equipment:

  • Walking boots
  • Trainers/approach shoes
  • Socks – 3+ pairs (Walking and Casual)
  • Underwear 3+ / Thermal underwear
  • Casual/T-shirts 3+
  • Trekking Pants
  • Light fleece 1-2/ Thick fleece 1-2
  • Thermal Base layer shirt x 2
  • Waterproof jacket with hood, Warm Jacket (Down)
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Warm Jacket (Down)
  • Winter/Thermal Gloves
  • Sun Hat, Warm Hat


  • Daypack/rucksack (min. 30 litres)
  • Sleeping bag (4/5 seasons)
  • sleeping bag Sheet
  • water bottles
  • Towel – quick-drying pack towel is recommended
  • Torch (and spare bulb and batteries)
  • Camera & accessories
  • A variety of dry bag/plastic bags
  • Sunglasses
  • Trekking poles (highly recommended)
  • Washing/Shaving kit & toilet paper
  • Insect Repellent
  • Small personal First Aid kit
  • Anti-Bacterial Handwash
  • Water purifying tablets (iodine-based are best)
  • Sun Cream & lip salve
  • Blister plasters – i.e., Competed
  • 2 Passport size photos for trekking permit

 Additional clothing and Equipment Lists : Sleeping Bags and down jackets can be rented in Kathmandu. We can arrange these rental items for you in advance. Rental fees for these have to be paid locally in Kathmandu. The following items should also consider as being useful on a walking holiday

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  • Penknife/small scissors
  • Moisturizing cream
  • wet wipes
  • Snacks/Energy bars (should have, it is important)
  • Safety pins
  • Padlock for your kitbag
  • Small sewing/repair kit
  • Small mirror
  • Nail clippers
  • Spare glasses/contact lenses
  • Earplugs (against snorers)
  • Cold water Travel Wash
  • Travel adaptor (highly recommended