Everest Base Camp with kids
The journey to Everest Base camp trek with kids is a more challenging Himalayas adventure trek. Beautiful Sherpa villages, Highlander prime of the world highest peak Mt. Everest 8848 meters. We all know that it is very challenging to visit Everest base camp trek with young kids because of 5450 meters height elevations of the Everest base camp, but it isn’t impossible to do Everest base camp trek slowly with expert trekking guide and porters.
The Everest base camp trek with kids starts by flight to Lukla at 2,827 m. And Phagding, Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, and Everest Base Camp. The Everest region has the world’s most massive glaciers, brilliant mountains, forests, animals, birds, monasteries, and the home of the globe Sherpa people and local cultural heritage.
Special Tips for Family Adventure
Take care of children’s food diet, as their bodies are quite sensitive to different varieties of food during Everest base camp with kids.
Check the availability of a nearby doctor or a registered nurse at the place of your stay.
If the child is tiny, be assured to have a babysitting facility on your family at adventure tour otherwise remaining time you have to hang up with the little toddler.
While indulging in any of the adventure activity make sure your child is safe and comfortable, don’t force upon any action on your child especially, in which they show hesitation.
First to know: learn more about Nepal and Choose a hike that is short and with a destination that would be interesting to a small child.
Kid’s interest: Mountain, animal jungle safari, local kids, and water are quite eye-catching for kids,
Flexible: Don’t plan high altitude destination hike that you ignore the signs your child is ready to turn around. To create a lifelong hiker, you want his or her first experiences to be good ones.
Cost detail for kids at any Trek: trip cost for kids 7 – 8 – 9-year-old 10% discount, 4 – 5 – 6-year-old kids 20% discount, below 4-year kids is the complimentary trip, but, extra cost for the extra porter to carry him or her.
Pack extra clothes: Always bring a jacket, hat and an extra set of clothes.
Stop often for energy breaks: Food and water can be great.
Pack a lot of patience and praise: It’s all about the journey, so let them explore every corner and cranny while at the same time praising them for their little activities.
Note: we are not advised to bring below 6-year kids to do this trekking because of (5545 m altitude. Kalapatthar and Everest base camp, kids will be soreness instead of enjoying, of course, we do provide extra porter and Basket, or pony to carry but if kids can’t store them memory benefit of dangerous adventure Himalayan trip then no meaning to do! These virtually leave certain risks like high altitude sickness as well as other upper altitude symptoms and even turn out to be fatal. But, especially over 7/6 year children can do as our itinerary