Everest Base Camp Trek Indian
Everest Base Camp Trek for Indian Trekkers, we Nepal wilderness Trekking (Pvt) Ltd. guide team have the special price for Indian costumes. Nepal and India is friendship country and we both country have best relationship each other and visit Nepal and India not require Visa either for Indian or Nepalese, the Everest Base Camp trek for Indian costumes is also less costly for domestic flight to Lukla compare with other countries traveler, Sagarmatha National park permit and TIMS permit also less cost for the Indian Costumes.
Everest Base Camp Trek through traditional Sherpa culture heritage villages and Buddhist view the chaste customs and their sacred peaks and valleys as well, the beauty of the great Mount Everest lying in the background of all other immense peaks can be spotted as the trek culminates at the foothills of the Everest Base Camp. Mesmerising view of Mt. Everest and other splendid silver grey peaks shine in the sunshine. The trek offers breathtaking mountain panoramas and an insight into the lives of the Sherpa culture.
Taking a charming mountain flight to Lukla, we mount up to the Dudh Koshi Valley which is surrounded by the towering peaks of Thamserku and Kusum Kanguru. After a steep way up to Namche Bazaar, a capital of the Khumbu Sherpas Hamlet, we are once more welcomed by glorious mountain panoramas Everest view. Also, we visit famous Tengboche, located high on an edge where a splendid 360-degree landscape awaits. The fascinating views of Everest, the Lhotse-Nuptse Wall, Ama Dablam and Kantega overlook this calm and divine location and no doubt it is one of the most serene and exciting places in the world. After reaching the Everest Base Camp near the huge Khumbu Ice Fall our magnificent endeavour concludes at Lukla and we return back viewing the scenic beauty in flight back to Kathmandu.
The trek to Everest Base Camp cost and itinerary is designed by Nepal Wilderness Trekking for Indian Costumes exclusively planned for those adventurers who are energetic and physically fit from India. The Everest Base Camp is a Tea-House trek where overnight accommodations are provided in moderately basic local lodges. Besides, this trek can also be very mesmerising to the mountaineers who are setting up to attempt even higher altitude peaks afterwards.
Short information note down
1.the Indian customer must have Indian passport to receive our listed package cost on the page of Everest Base Camp Trek
2.the Indian costumes holding American, Australian or European Passport then cost will be rise because of the flight tickets, National park fee and TIMS permits of Everest Base Camp Trek
3.be clear for that we have only lest cost for domestic flight fare and Permits cost for Indian nationality to do Nepal Trekking of any region. Not just Everest Base Camp
4.the meals, accommodations, guide and porters cost are same for any countries tourist, it is no different during Everest base camp Trek
Equipment for Everest base camp
Recheck your Equipment after planning to Everest base camp, Make sure you have enough gear to be warm and comfortable but without overloading. Usually, you will experience warm days and cold nights depending on altitude and the time of year, For footwear, best walking boots with suitable ankle support that have been worn-in prior to the trek, and which are waterproof, warm socks, Gaiters for the winter season, loose casual trousers, Thermal Leggings, a Long skirt for women, trousers, and Waterproof trousers. For body Selection of T-shirts, and long sleeved shirts, preferably not cotton, Thermal shirt, warm shirt, possibly Fleece, Fleece jacket or warm wool jumper. Windproof, waterproof outer higher altitudes, Down jacket Down Sleeping Bag (optional for cold nights & mornings; can be hired in Kathmandu cheaply) and for head and hand, Wool or fleece hat, or balaclava. Hat or cap for sun protection while trekking, Sunglasses or goggles, Warm gloves, sun cream. for more info please contact us
Respect privacy when taking photographs during the Everest base camp, Respect local traditions, customs, and values, holy places. Monastery, temples, Refrain from giving money to children as it encourages begging, Let the Himalayas change you – Do not change them, Protect the natural environment, use dustbin for dry paper or burn and packets in a safe place, Keep local water clean and avoid using pollutants.