This trek gives you a lifetime experience! You begin with an exciting flight and spectacular views of the Everest region. Your real tour starts from Lukla airport, which is known as the highest airport in the world. You pass through pine trees and small Sherpa’s villages along the glacier Dudhkoshi river. There are stone steps, glacier path walking passes, high suspension bridges and sights of the famous 6,000m high peaks.

Trip Highlights

-Great view of Mt. Everest

-Spectacular sight of 6,000m high mountains

-Sherpa village and monasteries

-Great sunrise view from Kala Patthar

Day to Day

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Day 01 - Flight to Lukla (2,800m) and trek to Phakding (2,652m) – 3-4 hours walk

You will have an exciting flight to Lukla (2,800m), from where you start your trek. You will pass Chaurikharka village and descend to Dudhkoshi. The path runs along the riverbed to Phakding, where you stay for the night.

Day 02 - Trek to Namche (3,440m) – 5-6 hours

You cross the Dudhkoshi river via a big suspension bridge, where the path will lead you along the river to Hillary’s suspension bridge. You will ascend to Namche.

Day 03 - Rest and Acclimatisation

You can walk to Thames, visit Khumjung of relax and visit the Namche Bazar. You overnight in Namche.

Day 04 - Trek to Thyangboche (3,870m) – 5-6 hours

After breakfast you start your trek to Thyangboche. There are multiple climbs and descents with beautiful views of the Himalayas. You will continue your walk through pine woods till you reach Tyangboche. From here you have great views of Ama-Dablam, which has the biggest Buddhist monastery of the region.

Day 05 - Trek to Dingboche (4,100m) – 5-6 hours

This morning you descend for half an hour to the river through the forest. You will cross the river and climb gradually up to Pangboche. Then the path runs uphill to Dingboche, where you will stay for the night.

Day 06 - Rest and Acclimatisation

Enjoy the beautiful sceneries and relax. Prepare for the next day.

Day 07 - Trek to Lobuche (4,950m)– 6 hours

Today’s trek leads you to Lobuche, through grassfields, were you can sometimes find yaks. The tricky path leads to the South Ridge at the end of the Khumbu-glacier. In the area there are stone monuments in honour of Sherpa’s that died here as a result of an avalanche. You are in a massive surrounding, where you will feel like a small creature. In Lobuche you can enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Day 08 - Trek to Corak Shep (5,160m) and Everest Base Camp (5,357m) – 6-7 hours

From Lobuche you slowly walk up to a dry, stone hill to reach Corak Shep around lunchtime. From here you continue to Everest Base Camp through a rocky path. You cannot see the top from here, but you will see the Khumbu glacier formations. Then stay overnight in Corak Shep, which is a frozen lake, covered in sand. 

Day 09 – Trek to Pheriche (3,860m) via Kala Patthar (5,545m) – 7 hours

Early in the morning you will climb up to Kala Patthar (Black Rock), from where you will have a mesmerizing 3600 sunrise view of Pumori, Khumbutse, Thamserku, Changtse, Nuptse, Lhotse ánd full sight of Mount Everest! Later on you will descend back to Corak Shep for breakfast, after which you descend to Pheriche.

Day 10 - Trek to Kenjuma (3,500m) – 6 hours

You will descend further, in the direction of Monjo. You stay overnight in Kenjuma.

Day 11 - Trek to Monjo – 4 hours

On the way to Monjo you cross the Edmund Hillary bridge. Monjo is a wonderful Sherpa village. In their culture they have legends about Yeti, the snowman that roams around the Himalaya.

Day 12 - Trek to Lukla – 4-5 hours

Today you will walk back to Lukla, where your journey started. In Lukla you will have plenty of time to relax and recover from your trek.

Day 13 - Flight to Kathmandu

In 35 minutes you will fly back to the civilized world, to the noisy and busy Kathmandu.


The price per person is €1250

Included in the price are all necessary permits, transportations (including flight to/from Lukla), a professional English speaking guide and porter (and all their expenses including their insurance, equipment, meals), accommodation and meals with tea/coffee.


Not included is your own insurance, other beverages, optional tips for guide and porter, and personal expenses. 


Airport pickup and accommodation in Kathmandu can be arranged at an extra cost.