• Everest Three High Pass Trek

Everest Three High Pass Trek

Overview

Trip Facts

  •    Country: Nepal
  •    Trip grade: Difficult
  •    Destination: Nepal
  •    Activities: Trekking
  •    Accommodation: Hotel/ Tea house
  •    Meals: Full board on trek
  •    Maximum altitude: 5545m
  •    Group size: Min 2
  •    Best Season: Sept to Nov, Mar to May

Trip Higlights

  • World's Dangerous airport Lukla
  • Namche
  • Dingboche
  • Sunrise from Kala Patthar
  • Gokyo Lake
  • Three passes Rengo-La pass. Cho-La Pass, Kongma-La pass

Trip Information

Three Passes Trek in Nepal below the world's highest mountain Mt. Everest (8848 m) is a challenge for all alpine tourists longing for a real adventure in a country with a huge natural and cultural wealth, where smiling people have lived for centuries in the middle of the Himalayas. This is a more challenging variant of the trek to Everest base camp. The reward for overcoming three passes of more than five thousand is a visit to more remote and deserted parts of the Himalayas.

During the trekking area of Solo Khumbu, unbeatable views of four 8,000-meter peaks will open up to us: Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. We will have other famous glaciated giants in the palm of our hand - Pumori, Nuptse, or Ama Dablam. Our route will lead from the landing area in Lukla to the center of the Sherpa people - Namche Bazaar. From here we will start to climb, the character of the landscape will change with increasing height and the terraced fields will be alternated by the alpine landscape with unique views of the surrounding mountains and cracking glaciers.

We will go up the route around the Tengboche monastery and through the settlement of Periche. Here we separate from the busy trekking route leading directly to the base camp below Mt. Everest and we will go on a circuit over the Kongma La pass (5368 m) to Lobuche and base camp. Next, we cross the Cho La pass (5368 m) to the Gokyo valley and from there over the last Renjo La pass (5350 m) to the Bhote Khosi river valley. At every step, we will encounter Buddhism, which will be remembered not only by monasteries, prayer wheels, and monks, but also by the ubiquitous prayer flags, stupas, and stone walls of mani.

In Kathmandu, we will meet Hinduism again. During this trek, it is possible to ascend to the scenic peak of Kala Patthar (5600 m), from where there are unique views of Mt. Everest and other peaks, and at Gokyo Peak (5357 m). It is a crossing of mountain loggias, whose hospitality we will use for accommodation and meals. We will only bring our own sleeping bag and personal belongings, we will always buy all the food on the spot, so there will be no need to carry any supplies and it is therefore almost easy to go. The trek can be done by anyone who has basic experience with mountains and good physical condition.

We will move for a long time at higher altitudes - several times over 5000 m. Essential for successful movement in these conditions is gradual and sufficient acclimatization, on which we place maximum emphasis. We will spend 18 days in the mountains, of which 3 days always serve as acclimatization day trips. Daily stages usually last 5-7 hours, including breaks, only crossings overpasses are longer. The daily elevation gain is on average 500 m up and 500 m down, we climb more meters and descend again at the crossings of passes.

All routes lead along mountain paths and trails, the tour does not contain any technically demanding sections, only the crossing of the snowy Kongma La and Cho La pass is slightly more demanding. We will go in a small group of up to 13 travelers. Shorter and less demanding variants of the trip are events Nepal - Everest trek or events with the support of carriers included in the price of the trip Nepal - Sherpa region. If you search for a comfortable and Moderate fitness trek you can choose the traditional Everest Base Camp trek 12 days. or Everest View trek 7 days

Everest Three passes Trek Itinerary:
1st day: Arrival in Kathmandu, hotel accommodation in Thamel district. Completion of trekking formalities. 
2nd day:  Monjo: Attractive flight from Kathmandu to Lukla to the famous Tenzing-Hillary Airport (2800 m). Trek to the village of Monjo, the gateway to the Sagarmatha National Park. (6 hours, ↑ 350 m, and ↓ 350 m) 
3rd day:  Namche: Short but steep ascent to the center of the Sherpa people and tourism - the famous Namche Bazaar (3480 m). (4 hours, ↑ 700 m, and ↓ 50 m) 
4th day: Acclimatization day - walking tours around. Attractive are the villages of Khumjung and Khunde with a school and hospital founded by Edmund Hillary, or a trek through the Bhote Kosi river valley. Namche is the center of the entire Solo Khumbu Valley, and the local markets are extremely busy. Possibility to replenish supplies and equipment. (5 hours, ↑ 500 m, ↓ 500 m)

5th day: Hike to Pangboche (3980 m). 
A visit to the popular pilgrimage site of Tengboche (3800 m) with the famous monastery - gompa, which once belonged to the largest buildings in the area. A unique opportunity to photograph prayer flags, the impressive peak of Ama Dablam (6812 m), and also Mt. Everest (8848 m). (7 hours, ↑ 800 m, ↓ 300 m) 
6th day: In the morning acclimatization ascent, possibly to the base camp below Ama Dablam (4576 m) and back (5 hours, ↑ 650 m, ↓ 650 m). Then a short transfer to Periche (4240 m). A long climb through the valley of the river Imja Kola, where the trail is lined with Buddhist stone walls "mani" (according to the Buddhist prayer "Om mani Padme hum"). Pheriche is the last more civilized place on the trek, there is the possibility of medical assistance in the symptoms of altitude sickness (3 hours, ↑ 300 m, ↓ 50 m).
7th day: Acclimatization day. 
From Periche we can take many breathtaking treks with views of the surrounding peaks. Possibility of a steep ascent to the lookout peak Nangkartshang (5073 m). (5 hours, ↑ 800 m, and ↓ 800 m) 
8th day: Trek to the small settlement of Chhukung (4700 m), where trekkers as well as Mera Peak and Island Peak also head. (6 hours, ↑ 450 m)
9th day: Acclimatization day. 
From Chukung we can walk to the base camp below Island peak (6189 m), one of the so-called trekking peaks (5 hours, ↑ 400 m, ↓ 400 m). Alternatively, we can ascend to the lookout peak Chukung Ri (5546 m). (5 hours, ↑ 850 m, ↓ 850 m) 
10th day: After sufficient acclimatization, crossing the Kongma La pass (5535 m). 
Ascent through a desolate alpine landscape to a pass, in the end through possible snowfields. Then a steep descent and finally the crossing of the Khumbu glacier on a hiking trail to the village of Lobuche (4930 m). (8 hours, ↑ 850 m ↑ 650 m) 
11th day: Continuation to the highest place of accommodation – 
Gorak Shep (5170 m) in a rugged mountain landscape below the highest mountain in the world. Along the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to Base Camp Mount Everest (5364 m), hosting a climber heading for the summit. (7 hours, ↑ 500 m, ↓ 500 m) 
12th day: Morning ascent to the top of Kala Patthar (5600 m) with the most beautiful views of Mt. Everest (8848 m), Nuptse (7861 m), Lhotse (8516 m), Pumori (7161 m), and Cho Oyu (8201 m). Return to Lobuche. (5 hours, ↑ 450 m, ↓ 700 m)
13th day: Shorter trek over the beautiful Chola Tsho lake to the village of Dzonghla (4800 m), the last inhabited place under the Cho La pass with views of the north face of Mount Cholatse. (3 hours, ↑ 100 m, ↓ 200 m) 
14th day: Ascent to your own Cho La pass (5368 m), at the end over an easy glacier (without the need for cats or ice ax), descent to the village of Dragnak (4700 m). . Along the way, new views of Cho Oyu (8201 m) will constantly open up to us. Relaxing afternoon on the banks of Dudh Pokhari, one of the five sacred lakes, the source of the Dudh Koshi River (3 hours, ↑ 150 m, and ↓ 100 m). Or the possibility of a trip to Lake Thonak Tso (+2.5 hours, ↑ +100 m, ↓ +100 m). 
15th day: Ascent to Gokyo Peak (5357 m). A path from the village of Gokyo to the peak of the same name with a view of the giants: Cho Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cholatse, and Taboche. The outlook is completely different from Kala Patthar and surpasses them in many ways. (5 hours, ↑ 600 m, ↓ 600 m)
16th day: Crossing the third pass of Renjo La (5350 m). Last views of the 8,000-meter peaks and descent up the stone steps to the village of Lungden (4350 m). (8 hours, ↑ 550 m, ↓ 1000 m) 
17th day: From Lungden via the village of Thame return to Namche Bazaar. (7 hours, ↑ 200 m, ↓ 950 m) 
18th day: Last stage of the trek back to Lukla. (8 hours, ↑ 400 m, ↓ 1050 m) 
19th day: Departure from Lukla. A tour of the historic center of Kathmandu forever changed by the 2015 earthquake - wooden pagoda-shaped Hindu temples in Durbar Square, holy men "sadhus", the Tibetan Kathesimbu Stupa. 
20th day: Reserve in case of flight delay from Lukla or other sudden circumstances. Otherwise, completion of the tour of Kathmandu: Pashupatinath - burning ghats and ceremonies on the banks of the Bagmati River; white Bodhnath - one of the largest stupas in the world; the great Buddhist stupa of Swayambunath, called the "Monkey Temple" by its animal inhabitants. Alternatively, it is possible to pay for popular rafting. Dinner in one of the famous climbing pubs with numerous traces of Czech climbers. 
21th day: Departure from Nepal and Return to home.

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu transfer to hotel{1300m/4264ft} (20 minutes driving).
During your arrival time in Nepal Tribhuvan International Airport(TIA) one of Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions Pvt. Ltd representative will welcome you to the arrival gate with your Name card printed in a paper. After there he will transfer you to your hotel. In the afternoon you can explore around Thamel is a popular touristic hub of Nepal. In the evening we will treat you as a typically Nepali local cuisine in a restaurant in Thamel with a Free Cultural Dance show. Overnight at Kathmandu.


Accommodation: 3 -star category Hotel/ Meals Included: Welcome Dinner/ Transportation: private vehicle/ Activities: None.


Day 02: Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing and preparation for the trek(6 hours sightseeing).
Your second day in the Himalayan country Nepal. After breakfast then our tour to explore Kathmandu starts around 9:30 am- the day of exploring World Heritage Sites from UNESCO. First, we will be sightseeing the Architecturally rich and the cluster of temple place Kathmandu Durbar Square with Living Goddes"Kumari". Second, we will sightsee around The centra Stupa of Kathmandu"'Swoyambhunath". Tourists also called it by the name of Monkey temple is another attraction point which was more than 3000 years old influenced by Nepali Buddhism. Then we will drive to The Biggest Stupa around the world called Boudhanath Stupa. then we will lunch there first. After lunch, we will explore Boudhnath stupa and holy pond near there. Finally, we will explore the last sightseeing point for today is a holy place for world Hinduist people. The Pashupatinath temple. There are many tourists who went to see the cremation of people. How people do ceremony after die. Then we finished our sightseeing and come back to the hotel. Evening we will introduce you to your guide and check your equipment for trekking and briefing about your trekking. overnight at Kathmandu.


Accommodation: 3 -star category Hotel/ Meals Included: Welcome Dinner/ Transportation: private vehicle/ Activities: None.


Day 03: Flight to Lukla(2805m) and Trek to Phakding(2651m/8700ft){ 20 minutes drive, 40 minutes flight and 3 to 4 hours trekking}
Today is your first day of trekking in the mountain of Nepal. Early morning after breakfast we will drive 20 minutes to Tribhuvan International Airport Domestic Terminal for a flight to Lukla. After the flight to Lukla around 35-40 minutes on a tiny airstrip, we will meet our porter there. then he will prepare your luggage and we can rest there or lunch depends on our flight time. Then we will trek to Phakding through the valley of Dudhkoshi river with the view of Himalayan peaks KusumKangaru, Mt. Khumbila{18901ft} can see on the way. Lots of Vegetation and Suspension bridges we can see during our trekking. Khumbila mountain is a holy mountain which not allows climbing for anyone. Overnight at Phakding after four hours trekking. 


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: private vehicle, flight / Activities: Trekking/ Distance: 8 km



Day 04: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar(3440m/11280ft){5 to 6 hours trekking}
Our second day of trekking until lunch is mixed of uphill downhill and gradually flat. On the way we can see climbing peak Thamserku{21675ft} from Totok and Benkar. Today we cross lots of suspension bridges from time to time over the Dudh Koshi River what comes from Khumbu Glacier. In Monju where we can see Sagarmatha National park gate. we can check or prepare our permit of trekking then 15 min downhill to Jorsalle village and Lunch there on the Bank of Dudhkoshi River. After lunch, we will again cross the river 2 times and uphill totally to Namche village. In the middle we can rest a popular viewpoint where we can see first Mt. Everest also called the first Everest viewpoint. Overnight at Namche.


 Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Trekking/ Distance: 11 km



Day 05: Acclimatization or rest day at Namche Bazaar.
Today is our first rest day in our trekking. After 3000 m we need to rest one day to acclimatize in high altitude. Today we can either explore Namche is the gateway of Everest or the capital of the Khumbu region. Afternoon you can go to the Sherpa museum to explore Sherpa culture and mountain tradition. Or if you love hiking today after breakfast we can go to Everest View Hotel( the Highest star altitude hotel in the world). After coffee time and rest in the Everest view, we will go to Khumjung and Khumde to explore Khumjung Monastery. where people believe that can see the Head of Yeti. Khumjung is the House of Mountain climbers. There is one popular school called Hillary school. after explore there we will go to Khumde. Popular Hillary Hospital there. finally, lunch there and back to Namche for overnight.


 

Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None / Activities: Hiking.


Day 06: Trek from Namche to Tengboche(3860m/12660ft){5 to 6 hours trekking}
After one day acclimatization at Namche today trek till Phungi-Thanka is easy. On the way, we can see lots of chortens and an old man construct a trekking trail by a donation by Trekkers. if you love this way you can donate there too. Today way until there is flat and downhill. after crossing the Bride at Phungi-Thanka we will lunch at the bank of the river. then climbing until Tyangbhe around 2 hours. the way is a little difficult with the forest of Rhododendron and other trees. Finally the largest Monastery of the Everest region we will reach. From there you can see the majestic mountain peaks like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, and Kwong-de. In the evening we can explore Monastery. Overnight at Tengboche. 


 Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Trekking/ Distance: 10 km


Day 07: Trek from Tyangboche to Dingboche(4360m){5 to 6 hours trekking}
Today after breakfast in front of Thamserku Mountain we will trek down to Deboche along the forest of Rhododendron, Conifers, and other trees. After Deboche we will cross the Dudh Koshi river and uphill to Pangboche. Pangboche is a popular place for Monastery and the view of Amadablam. the people who climb Amadablam separate way from there. Then we will trek to Somare. Today our trekking is more enjoying the panoramic view of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Lhotse-sar, Thamseku< Kangtega, and Amadablam with Tabuche and backside Kwangde. After Somare, we move toward Imja valley. And finally, climb to Dingboche. This village is huge and wide with lots of chortens and prayers flags/Buddhist flags. Overnight there. 


 

 Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Trekking/ Distance: 9 km


Day 08: Acclimatization day or rest day. 
The most popular destination in Everest Base camp trekkers and Island peak climbers and also for three pass trekkers. The most beautiful wide village with some potato and buckwheat farmland. Today we explore Dingboche or hike to Nagsarkang peak to explore the majestic view of Mt. Makalu and Lhotse with Cholatse, Tabuche, Amadablam, etc. If you hike on the top viewpoint of Nagsarkang you are fully acclimatized and well sleep tonight. overnight at Dingboche.


 Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Hiking Nagsarkang peak.


Day 09: Trek from Dingboche to Chhukung(4750m/15580ft)Hike to Chhukung RI(5546m){6-7 hours trekking}
Today after breakfast our trail follows the Imja valley and glaciers. From there we can see enchanting vistas of Amphu Lapsa and Ama Dablam Himalayan peaks with Island peak. we can cross some ice streams. After 2 hours of trekking, we will reach Chhukung and lunch there. later on, we begin our trek to Chhukung Ri. The climb to Chhukung RI little tough than trekking we slightly climb to the top and see lots of snow-capped mountains and back to Chhukung to sleep overnight.


 Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Trekking and Hiking/ Distance of trekking: 14 km



Day 10: Trek from Chhukung to Lobuche(4940m/16210ft) via Kongma la Pass(5535m/18159ft){7-8 hours trekking}
Today we wake up around 4 am and take breakfast and packing some lunch for the way. Today trek is the most higher point during our whole trip. We walk through the Nuptse glacier and some glacier streams. At the top of Pass, we can see lots of prayers flag. After there descend from the pass is the most difficult trekking trail because of slippery trails. Finally, we touch Khumbu glacier and reach to Lobuche. If you do not like to pass Kongma la you can go to Lobuche from Chhukung and Dingboche via Thukla. Overnight at Lobuche. 


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Trekking and Hiking/ Distance of trekking: 10 km


Day 11: Trek from Lobuche to Gorakshep(5170m/16961ft). Afternoon Explore Everest Base Camp(5364m/17594ft){6-7 hours trekking}
Today is the most important day in our trekking because we will reach Mt. Everest base camp. The world's highest Mountain. The morning we will walk through Khumbu and Changri Glacier with the Enchanting Himalayan Vistans of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, and Pumori. After lunch, we will check-in room in Gorakhshep and trek with a daypack to Everest Base camp. It takes around 3-4 hours. Explore Everest base camp we can see Khumbu Glacier, Khumbu Icefall, and The Majestic mountain like Khumbutse, Changtse, Everest South cool, and Nuptse. remember that you cannot see Mt. Everest from the Everest base camp. You believe after this trek. After visiting the Everest base camp we will back to Gorakshep for an overnight stay. 


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Trekking and Hiking/ Distance of trekking: 13 km


Day 12: Morning Hike to Kala Patthar(5545m/18192ft) and trek from Gorakshep to Lobuche(4940m/16207ft){7 hours trekking}
Early in the morning before sunrise, we will hike to Kala Patthar to see the stunning Sunrise in mt. Everest. The sunlight view in Everest is so shining and remarkable. Continuously we can see snow-capped majestic mountain 360-degree including 3 world's highest mountain Lhotse, Makalu, and Everest with 100 of other peaks. after sunrise, we will back to Gorakshep and take breakfast. Then we will back our trek to Lobuche. Some trekkers who saw the sunset in KalaPatthar will see the sunrise from the Everest Base camp this morning. its longer for them. Overnight at Lobuche.


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: Hiking and trekking/ Distance of trekking: 7 km


Day 13: Trek from Lobuche To Dzongla(4830m/15850ft){3-4 hours trekking.
After taking base camp memory today our trekking easy and short in comparison to another day. We will trek downhill to Khumbu glacier around 40 minutes and change our trail to Chola pass side while normal base Camp trekkers go to Pheriche today. today we can see Awi peak and Cholatsho lake during the trekking Near Dzongla. later on near Dzongla we cross the wooden bridge in Chola Stream and reach to Dzongla. Overnight Dzongla. 


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: trekking/ Distance of trekking: 6 km


Day 14: Trek to Gokyo(4800m/15580ft) Via Chola Pass{5368m/17611ft}{8 hours trekking}
Another Harder in our trekking is today. early morning around $ am we will take our breakfast in the lodge and climb uphill to the Chola pass. If you are lucky you can see Snow leopard. Our backside Amadablam and in front of Cholatse. the climb up to Chola pass a little is tricky because of Glacier lake on the top. Hire the experienced guide from Mission Himalaya Treks helps to easily find the way even the snow level is Thick. At the top of the Chola pass, we can see lots of Tibetan or Buddhism Flags and stunning views of the Himalayas. After there we will down to Thaknak. Then lunch there. After lunch, we will trek to Gokyo through Ngozumpo Glaciers. This is the longest glacier of Nepal. Short trekking from there we will pass the second lake and reach the third lake or Main Gokyo lake. We will stay overnight on the Bank of this lake.


 

Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: trekking/ Distance of trekking: 8 km


Day 15: Rest Day in Gokyo. Hiking Gokyo RI(5357m/15575ft){3-4 hours hiking)
Today after breakfast we will hike to Gokyo RI to see the Vista of the Himalayas. According to trekkers' experience, the Gokyo Ri is the best viewpoint to see Everest. Cho-Oyu(8201m), Everest, Gyachung Kang, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makalu can see from there. After the rest a few moments we back to Gokyo. If you like more excursion you can go forth and the fifth lake in the afternoon. otherwise, you can rest today. Overnight at Gokyo Third Lake.


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: trekking/ Distance of trekking: 8 km


Day 16: Trek from Gokyo to Marlung(4210m/ 13810ft) Via Renjo la Pass(5360m/17585ft){7-8 hours trekking}
Today long trekking again in High altitude and one of the last pass of this trekking. Morning wakes up so early and takes breakfast. Today trekking alone the Dudh Pokhari Lake and can explore the Rolwaling Himalayan vistas today. Gokyo RI, Gokyo Lake, and Gokyo Village with Ngozumpa glacier can see from the pass. After the pass, we will reach Angladumba Tsho Lake, Rengo, and Relama Lake. We will reach to Lumde and trek to Marlung finally on the Bank of Bhote Koshi river. 


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: trekking/ Distance of trekking: 11 km


Day 17: Trek from Marlung to Namche Bazaar(5 to 6 hours trekking)
At the beginning of the trek, we will take the breakfast and descent to Thame. Thame is the trail famous for Tibetan traders before. We cross the Bhote Koshi river and go to Taranga Downhill. Famous Goma can see from Thame in the west direction. After some hours of trekking, we will reach the capital of Khumbu or Namche the biggest village in Everest Trekking. Overnight at Namche.


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: trekking/ Distance of trekking: 15 km


Day 18: Trek From Namche to Lukla(7 hours trekking)
Today is the final day of trekking Everest High Passes. After taking the breakfast at Namche we will descend trek to Jorsalle through the forest and trekking lots of uphill flat and downhill with some Pine and Rhododendron trek with a panoramic mountain view of Kwongde, Thamserku, and Kusum Kangaru with the bank of Bhote Koshi riverside and trek through the valley we will reach Lukla at afternoon. Then we will confirm our ticket to Back to Kathmandu. evening you can invite your trekking staff for farewell dinner at the moment of a succession of your trekking. Overnight in Lukla.


Accommodation: Tea house or Lodge/ Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner/ Transportation: None/ Activities: trekking/ Distance of trekking: 19 km


Day 19: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel{35 minutes flight and 20 minutes driving)
During the weather and safety the flight from Lukla to Kathmandu usually in the morning. After breakfast in Lukla, we will go to Pasang Lhamu airport and fly back to Kathmandu and the guide brings you to the hotel. Afternoon you can shopping and massage according to your needs. In the evening one of our office representatives meets you to share your trekking experience with us. Then he will provide you a certificate from our company Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions on the behalf of Succession of Everest three pass Trek. Overnight at Kathmandu.


Accommodation: 3- star Category Hotel / Meals Included: Breakfast / Transportation: Flight and Private Vehicle/ Activities: None


Day 20: the departure of Extend Your holiday. 
Today You can take your breakfast freely in our hotel. You are a hurry to go back to your sweet home. We hope our hospitality and the Himalayan ranges attract you to come back again with your friends and relatives. One of our Mission Himalaya TYreks And Expeditions Representative will drop you the Tribhuvan International Airport(TIA) International Terminal 3 hours before your flight according to Nepali airport rule and check-in time. Enjoy your flight to your sweet home. Finish the trip.


Accommodation: None/ Meals Included: Breakfast / Transportation: Private Vehicle/ Activities: None.


 

Cost Details

What is included?

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle including before and after the trek
  • Tourist standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast as per the itinerary
  • Teahouse accommodation during the trekking as per the itinerary
  • Meals on full board (breakfast, lunch & dinner, and a cup of hot drink per meal) during the trekking
  • All ground transportation on comfortable private vehicles as per the itinerary
  • Domestic flights (Kathmandu- Lukla -Kathmandu including the guide) with all applicable taxes
  • An experienced, English-speaking and government-licensed trekking guide and his/her assistant(s) (every 6 trekkers 1 assistant guide) with meals, accommodation, salary, and insurance
  • Strong, experienced  porter(s) (every 2 trekkers 1 porter) with all meals, accommodation, salary, and insurance
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
  • All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
  • Comprehensive first aid medical kit (carried by your trek guide)
  • Complimentary welcome or farewell dinner at a cultural restaurant in Kathmandu (Optional)
  • All government and local taxes, company service charges

What is not included?

  • Nepal visa fee, International air tickets, travel and medical insurance, emergency evacuation costs
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu (also in the case of early returns or late departures than the scheduled itinerary)
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, extra drinks, battery charge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, hot shower, etc.)
  • Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)

 

Useful info

Accommodation In Kathmandu we will sleep 3 times in a clean travel hotel with a hot shower, the only problem is occasional power outages. current. During the trek, we will use the local Himalayan loggias (huts) for a total of 18 nights. Their quality is constantly improving, but we must still keep in mind that Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world. A quality sleeping bag is required for sleeping in loggias. Most rooms are equipped with blankets or blankets, which can improve the thermal comfort of the sleeping bag.

Loggias also have a simple shower with hot water for an additional fee, the toilet is flushing somewhere, dry somewhere. Boarding In Kathmandu we eat in local restaurants, on the trek than in loggias or in restaurants along the way, where we stop during the day for lunch. Usually, it is not a problem to order Western food (spaghetti, soups, sometimes burger or steak) or other excellent dishes of international cuisine. The traditional food is dal Bhat (rice with lentils and vegetables), fried noodles with vegetables or meat, roasted potatoes, momo dumplings (dough bags filled with vegetables or meat). For breakfast, it is possible to choose differently prepared eggs, toasts with butter, cheese, or jam, oatmeal, muesli, pancakes.

The local food is influenced by Indian cuisine, so even in modest conditions, it is very tasty. You can also buy energy bars (Snickers, Mars, Bounty) and biscuits or other supplementary food at each cottage. It is possible to order a variety of teas, hot fruit drinks, and coffee (in some cottages they also have a coffee machine). Bottled drinking water can also be bought anywhere, but after treatment by filtration or disinfection, we can also drink tap water or springs.

Eating on a trek, where food has to be taken by porters, and in tourist restaurants in Kathmandu, however, is not as cheap as in some other parts of Asia - it is necessary to count on food costs on average around 30 to 35 US$ per day. Dal Bhat costs in the mountains from US$ 7 to 10, beer from US$ 5 to 10, tea from Us$ 2 to US$ 5, bottled water from US$ 1 to 5.

Additional information about the trip Local transport: In Kathmandu, we will move taxis. We will fly to the Everest area from Kathmandu to Lukla and back by small plane. Travel documents and visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months beyond the time of departure from Nepal are required to enter the country.

A visa to Nepal can be obtained directly at the border crossing, ie at Kathmandu airport. The visa is issued for 30 days and costs $ 50. Vaccination: No vaccination is required to enter the country. We recommend being vaccinated against hepatitis A and typhoid fever. Also, make sure you have a valid tetanus vaccination. In more detail: additional information about the trip (difficulty, tickets, insurance, etc.). More information about buying tickets and paying for a trip

Everest Three High passes trek Packing list.

1, Gloves:

Most of the lower elevation less than 4500m fleece gloves will be fine but hike to Everest base camp and Kalapatthar 2 days we(mission Himalaya Treks) Suggest you bring winter gloves like winter Ski Gloves. It is very useful for morning sunrise hike to Kala Patthar,

2, Sunglass: 

We suggest bringing very good UV protection and polarized lenses sunglass for the Everest Base Camp trek. Sometimes it helps to protect you from the reflection of snow to your eye sp[ecially for a winter trek. 

3, Slippers:

Warm down slippers help you keep warm when you stay in tea houses in the morning and evening time. Because it's not very comfortable at the tea house to wear hiking shoes all the time.  

4, Sleeping bag: 

We(mission Himalaya Treks Suggest you bring a sleeping bag when you trek to Everest Base Camp. But we request pack a lighter sleeping bag for your easy trek. In case if you feel cold at night you can consult with our guide for an extra blanket from tea houses. depends on trekking season and availability they will normally give you a blanket. 

5, Backpack:

If you will going to do an organized tour with a guide and porter you can pack your things in the backpack of 55 to 65 l backpack for porters and for your daylight backpack you can use 30 to 4o ltr. in your day backpack, you can put water camera water for a drink and some suncream with a raincoat for instant rain protection. Other things that you need in teahouses you can pack in your big porter backpack. 

Other Trekking gear for Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek

6. Bandana, 7. Base layer top and bottom8, backpack rain cover 9. Fleece pants  10 Wool hat 11 Wool jacket and sweeter 12 Headlamp with a good quality battery 13. Hiking shoes 14. Hiking socks 15. Insulated jacket 16. Long sleeve shirts 17. Rain jacket 18. Rain pants   19. Sunblock and lip balm(50 SPF SUGGESTED) 20. Sun hat 21. Water Biottle9(2 one for hot water and another for cold water)m22. Towel 23. Some Energy snacks 24. Locks for luggage 25. Some bathroom kit like hand cleaner, Toiletries, Toilet paper, Wet tissue, Hand sanitizer) 26. Trekking poles 27. Some first-aid kits 28. Electric Adapter 29. Sleeping bag liner 30. Water Purification Tablets

Customer Reviews


EBC+ Chola Pass+ Gokyo

chan Ting | Hongkong, China

Rating: 5

We (4people) went Ebc trekking with Birendra. He was very nice and professional that leading us to complete the trek. We (2 people) also completed the Chola pass which is very difficult in winter!


Strong porters appreciated.

Alexander Alfonso | Madrid Spain.

Rating: 5

Perfect services good resilience. Outstanding Tour leader, guide and strong porters. Choice them and you will get a wonderful trip to Nepal.do not forget to choose this company if you will going to traveling to Nepal Tibet and Bhutan.

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