There will be one main guide and one porter for every two trekkers. If the group size is four or more, we will supply an additional guide.
Nepal Sanctuary Treks will send you a pre-trip form where you filled your dietary requirements. Based on the information provided, we shall cater the meal accordingly during Everest Base Camp Trek.
The bathroom and hot water facilities are available in City hotels. However, if you prefer to have a room with an attached bathroom, then an additional cost is applicable. Please note that these facilities are available from Lukla till Dingboche. Further, hot water costs between Rs.200-Rs.400 per liter (approx.) in a teahouse
Our trekking crew regularly monitors the Lake Louise and Oxygen level of the client. In addition, a comprehensive first aid kit and Portable Altitude Chamber are carried in every trek. All our guides, porters, and staff are facilitated with cellphones during the trips covering most parts of the region. In the case of a very remote area, they are provided with a satellite phone for communication during an emergency. In addition, the itinerary is designed to allow gradual acclimatization. In case of altitude sickness, we descend the client with one of our assistant guides. In the event of urgent evacuation, rescue is done by helicopter and sent back to the hospital in Kathmandu. Note: Helicopter evacuation costs must be borne by the client on their own.
There will be 1 guide, 1 Assistant Guide and 1 Porter for 2 members during the trek
Since Nepal Sanctuary Treks does not have fixed group departure dates, the trek is private and dates are flexible. We do organize the solo as well as group trips at your convenience.
The costs of the trek depend on a number of days, a number of pax, type of trek i.e standard teahouse lodge trek and comfort lodge trek.
Everest Base Camp Comfort Trek is a comfort lodge with ensuite facilities. Those lodges are run by the organization and can find the chain lodges along the way. However, this trek accommodates in comfort lodges up to Pangboche and standard tea house lodges above Pangboche. The hotel in Kathmandu is based on a 4-star category.
Whereas the Everest Base Camp trek is a standard teahouse lodge trek. The lodges along the way are operated by locals, offering basic rooms on a sharing basis with a shared bathroom and simple meals. Besides, staying at family-run teahouses allows interacting with them and knowing their culture in proximity. The hotel in Kathmandu is based on a 3-star category.
Many tea houses and lodges offer charging services for a fee. Be prepared with portable chargers and extra batteries in case of limited access.
While there are some places with limited internet access and ATMs in Lukla and Namche Bazaar, it’s wise to carry enough cash for your entire trek, as facilities can be unreliable.
The Everest region offers additional treks like the Gokyo Lakes Trek and the Three Passes Trek, along with visits to monasteries, Sherpa villages, and Tengboche Monastery.
Risks include altitude sickness, weather conditions, and rugged terrain. Safety precautions involve preparation, acclimatization, following expert advice, and carrying safety equipment. Nepal Sanctuary Treks itinerary includes adequate rest days that allow the body to acclimatize.
Travel insurance is mandatory and should cover personal liability, lost baggage, medical protection, emergency evacuation, trip cancellations, accidents, and missed flights.
Most teahouses provide device charging for a fee, with rates varying based on the device’s size. It’s advisable to bring spare batteries and power banks.
ATMs can be found in Lukla and Namche Bazaar. Shower facilities are available in teahouse lodges, but hot showers may come with an extra charge.