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23/03/2024 – 06/04/2024





Embark on a Himalayan journey, gaze upon the majesty of Mount Everest. Immerse yourself in the culture of its people and the energy of the sacred mountains.

The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most spectacular and magical trails in the Himalayas. Its mountain range hosts the highest peaks on the planet, all shrouded in incredible stories. During this journey, we will walk through the Khumbu Valley until we reach the base camp of Mount Everest, standing at 8,848 meters above sea level, making it the tallest mountain on Earth. Throughout the trek, we will marvel at the breathtaking mountains, cross rivers and canyons on towering suspension bridges. We will immerse ourselves in Sherpa culture, savor their cuisine, hike on stone-paved paths filled with ancestral wisdom, accompanied by yaks and porters who will guide us to our destination and, along the way, visit beautiful monasteries or Buddhist temples where we will interact with Monks and Lamas.

The trek spans 11 days, with two rest days included. It is designed for anyone with no prior experience, good health, and reasonable physical fitness to complete the journey.




+ The Everest trek is an 11-day journey, with two rest days included. It is designed for anyone without prior experience, but with good health and reasonable physical fitness, to complete the entire trek.
+ Those who wish to climb Lobuche Peak at 6,100 meters above sea level will split from the group on day 10 and return to Kathmandu two days after the rest of the group.

+ Travel suitcase (preferably a Duffel bag).
+ Backpack (20 – 30 liters) for hikes.
+ Sleeping bag rated for at least -5°C comfort temperature (can be rented on the way).
+ A hat with ear protection.
+ Sun hat or cap.
+ Sunglasses with UV protection.
+ At least two long-sleeved shirts.
+ A fleece or similar warm layer.
+ Down or synthetic jacket.
+ Waterproof jacket with Gore-Tex or similar membrane.
+ Rain poncho.
+ A pair of thin gloves and a pair of medium or thick gloves.
+ Underwear.
+ Waterproof pants.
+ Two thermal leggings for the legs (lycra, leggings, or similar).
+ Two pairs of hiking pants.
+ Two pairs of thick socks and 3 pairs of thin socks.
+ A pair of hiking boots.
+ A pair of sneakers.
+ Water container with a minimum capacity of one liter.
+ Sunscreen + Lip balm.
+ Personal hygiene kit.
+ Small towel.
+ Personal medications.
+ Headlamp or flashlight.


In Kathmandu, you can find a variety of stores and brands where you can purchase or rent all the necessary gear for the trekking at reasonable prices

Contact us for more information.


+ All the activities described in the itinerary.
+ Tour Leader Mateo Isaza: a renowned mountaineer who ascended Everest without supplementary oxygen or sherpas. Mateo is also a biologist, a bilingual professional guide in Spanish and English with international remote first aid certification, and a mountaineer with over 20 years of experience climbing peaks on various continents, including Mount Everest.
+ Sherpa Guides.
+ Porters or Yaks carrying luggage (15 kg per person) throughout the treks.
+ Two nights of hotel accommodation in Kathmandu in a private room.
+ Shared room accommodations in teahouses (doubles) throughout the entire journey.
+ Full board meals throughout the trip, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner (does not include meals in Kathmandu).
+ Domestic flights Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu.
+ Airport transportation – hotel – airport.
+ Satellite communication.
+ Sagarmatha National Park entrance fee.
+ T-shirt, cap, travel duffel bag, and multifunctional neck gaiter.
+ Contribution to the Sagarmath Next Organization, responsible for waste collection in the mountains.
+ Tree planting in the Colombian Amazon and a certificate of the same.
+ Certificate of reaching the Everest Base Camp.


+ International flights to and from your country.
+ Nepal Visa (Obtained at Kathmandu airport for $60 USD).
+ Meals in Kathmandu on Days 1, 14, and 15.
+ Medical insurance.
+ Rescue insurance.
+ Tips (approximately $100 to $300 USD for porters, sherpas, and guides).
+ Internet access in the lodges. This can be purchased at each location.
+ Snacks.
+ Unspecified expenses.

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