Frequently Asked Questions about Everest Hiking
Where is Everest Base Camp?
Everest Base Camp (5,380m) is at the Khumbu region in eastern Nepal. The area of Base Camp is within the Sagarmatha National Park, and trek starts from Lukla.
Mountains from the Everest region?
Including Mount Everest (8,848m) hiking along the trails of Everest offers some of the best scenes of the Himalayas. Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, Lobuche, Iceland Peak, Mera Peak, Makalu, Cholatse, are other prominent peaks in the Everest region.
The attraction of the Everest Region?
Major attractions of Everest trekking include Lukla airport, Namche Bazaar, Sherpa tribes, Tengboche, etc.
I am Single. Do I Need a Group?
You don’t require any group; you can accomplish Everest hiking individually. However, a group can deduce the charging cost. We can help you out if you need any group.
Best time for Everest Hiking?
September to November and February to May are the peak time for hiking along the trails of Everest Base Camp.
Food, Accommodations, and other availabilities?
There are many tea houses, lodges, and refreshments zones in Namche Bazaar. Similarly, Gokyo Lakeside offers some prominent accommodation areas, lodges, etc. Gorakshep has some tea houses. Moreover, trekkers won’t face any difficulty while staying overnight in any trails of Everest trekking. In addition to this, a trekker can utilize the facility of Wi-Fi and telephone services in Namche Bazaar. The Namche Bazaar is a significant part of Everest hiking.
What happens in case of an emergency?
We have a hostile and experienced group of porters, trek guides, and crews who are ready to sort your inconveniences. However, we recommend you to take proper travel insurance inclusive of medical evacuation. It helps to manage a safe and memorable Everest hiking journey. Similarly, adequate drinking water and Acetazolamide tablets are beneficial in the case of mountain sickness.
Are Sleeping bags and Dawn Jackets required for Everest Hiking?
We have the facility of providing sleeping bags and Down Jackets. But if you want your own, then you can carry your sleeping bags and down jackets also.
TIMS, National Park, and Local Government Tax?
You will require TIMS, National Park fees, and local-level taxes. These charges are quite low and apply to tourism development. TIMS is the Trekkers Information Management System software for a secure database.