Trekking from Kathmandu to Mount Everest’s base camp is a rare accomplishment. Take the best trekking tours with us to Mt. Everest. We have a variety of tour options, from budget to luxury, and short to long itineraries. Our trips are all reviewed by travel officials and experts. Our Mount Everest trekking tours are designed to be completed even by a beginner.
You’ll get to try local food, visit Buddhist monasteries, learn about Sherpa culture, and see the Himalayas.
10 Best Mount Everest Trekking Tours from Kathmandu
Our Everest adventure trips start from 5 days to a month-long holiday. The most popular months are October and November. Despite the popular season, our trips have confirmed departures throughout the year. Find the right package from the pool of the best Mount Everest trekking tours.
Private and Small Group Trekking Tour to Mt. Everest
Group Joining Tours: If you are a solo traveler or a small group looking for some more friends on the trails, then join our Mt. Everest group tours. Although you will travel in a group, our local sherpa guide will offer individual care. Besides, we will have assistants to look after each client. Joining a group trip will involve the following steps:
- You write to us about your specific package interests and mention your available days or the time of the year you are comfortable with.
- We look for clients with the same tour package interests and assign them the same dates as you mentioned.
(Note: Kindly note that tailor-made itineraries have very little chance of getting a group joining offer from Heaven Himalaya).
Join us on a private tour to Mt. Everest with your partner, family, friends, or colleagues. The private trip will only have your group members, guides, and porters from Heaven Himalaya.
Like the group joining tours, private trips will have enough room for customization and extra time on the trails. You can even change the type of accommodation and destination in cooperation with the travel agent from Heaven Himalaya.
Tailor-Made Mt. Everest Tour
If you love our current itineraries but would like to customize them privately as the way you want to know about Mt. Everest, then you are free to do so. You also have the freedom to add or remove any services and change them to make a family, solo, business, club, friend, or school trip.
Create a self-itinerary by adding things you want to see, where you want to go, and things you don’t want to do. Tell our travel consultant your preferences and they’ll create a new itinerary for a hassle-free trip.
Build a tailor-made trip
Everest Tour Facts:
- Tour Duration: 12-22 Days
- Tour Difficulty: Level 3—Modest
- Maximum Elevation: 5545 M at Kala Patthar
- Transportation Options: Domestic flight to/from Lukla & private vehicles for other ground transport, including airport pickup and drops.
- The Best Months for Mount Everest Tours: Mar-May, Oct-Nov
Local weather around the region
- June – August: 22°C-5°C
- March-May: 22°C-10°C
- September-November: 20°C – 15°C
- December-February: 18°C–20°C
Local Permits for Mount Everest Tours
- The Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit (The rural permit is now known as the Trek Card, but the permit fee remains the same.)
- Sagarmatha National Park Permit (SNP)
Learn more about permits required for Everest Base Camp.
Photos from Mt. Everest Trips
Mount Amadablam, the most beautiful mountain Gokyo Ri, the most scenic point from every Mt. Everest trips Warm welcome of guests with flowers in the airport before Mt. Everest trip Houses in Namche Bazaar
Here’s a short scenic film about the Himalayas and Mount Everest.
The Best Highlights of Mount Everest Tours
- A scenic and thrilling 45-minute flight to Lukla, one of the world’s highest-altitude airports,
- Visit Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa town, and go on sightseeing around the Sherpa Museum and local caves and temples.
- Get a tour around the Dudhkoshi River and the local Sherpa village, and study their local culture and traditions.
- Visit different Buddhist monasteries, including Tengboche Monastery, the largest monastery in Khumbu.
- Get a glimpse of the highest mountains, including Mt. Everest, lakes, and waterfalls.
Mount Everest Tours’ Major Attractions
Khumjung School is a famous local schoolhouse that was established in 1961 by the legendary mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary.
Namche Bazaar is a rural Sherpa town that is the major trading center in the Khumbu region.
Gokyo Lakes are oligotrophic lakes at an altitude of 4,700 m to 5,000 m. It’s also the world’s highest freshwater lake system. Likewise, Gokyo Ri (5,357 m) is a vantage point for the best view of the entire Everest region and Gokyo lakes.
Kala Patthar is a notable and the highest landmark for every Mount Everest tour, which gives the best views of Mt. Everest and other adjacent mountains.
Everest Base Camp is the base camp of the world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest.
The Sherpa Museum is a local museum near Namche devoted to the Sherpa’s history, cultural traditions, and mountaineering facts.
Tengboche Monastery, also known as the Dawa Choling Gompa, is the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery on Everest. Watch the monks meditating at the fresco-adorned monastery.
Island Peak: Also called a beginner’s mountain, climbing Island Peak (6,189 m) is the first step to mountaineering.
Lukla Airport is one of the world’s highest airstrips nestled at the base of the high hills and mountains.
Accommodation Options for Mount Everest Tours
On the trekking dates starting from Lukla, accommodation includes comfortable lodges and guesthouses with a hygienic environment.
In the city areas, i.e., Kathmandu, you will find 3-star standard hotels with a pleasant environment and great food.
Packing List: You don’t require mountaineering gear for any Mount Everest tours in Nepal. Just the normal hiking t-shirts, pants, boots, and warm clothing is sufficient. Check out the list of gears for the Everest treks.
Our team and tourists traveling with us on any Mount Everest tours collect at least 10 liters a day. This way, we help educate the locals and show them the consequences of littering on the trails.
Our porters will receive good wages as set by the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal and the Department of Labor. They will also have accidental insurance covered, along with our benefits. They will receive the same amount of care as our other staff does.
Refill and Reuse:
We use our reusable water bottles and refill them whenever necessary. Tourists traveling with us also have to do the same. Other than that, we don’t allow carrying plastic bags. If necessary, it should be used on the minimum scale possible.
Learn more about responsible tourism commitments.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the best ways to experience Mt. Everest?
Apart from climbing the mountain, the best way to experience Mt. Everest is to go on a trek to Everest Base Camp. You can also see Everest from other Mt. Everest tours listed above. You can choose one based on your strength level and the number of days.
Read 70 of the best tips for a trek to Everest Base Camp to make the most out of your journey.
Can a beginner embark on a tour of Mt. Everest?
Yes, a physically fit beginner can go on a tour of Mt. Everest. However, you should be well prepared for high altitudes and know about altitude sickness. You have to walk uphill and downhill for miles on an uneven, rocky path, so should train for EBC Trek beforehand.