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FAQs for Everest Base Camp Trek

FAQs for Everest Base Camp Trek

 

As you plan for the trek to the highest peak in the world, you need to plan certain things to make your trek easy and comfortable. The trek to the Everest Base camp should be one of the most memorable treks of your life. So, you need to plan for certain things before you pack your bag to get to the highest peak in the world.

Here are some of the most asked questions and the answers to them you need to view before you trek to the Mount Everest.

Where is Everest Base Camp?
The Everest Base Camp is the base of the highest peak of the world, Mount Everest, and is situated in the Solukhumbu district of Nepal. It is located in the Everest region of Nepal.

How many days do you require to trek to the Everest Base Camp?
The trek to the Everest Base Camp can take you long. You need at least 14 days to complete your trek to the Base Camp. If you are fit and a good trekker, you can complete your journey in 14 days. However, people who are not fit and are undergoing certain conditions take it longer to complete the trek. The trek will be completed with a walk of a total of 5-6 hours every day for 14 days.

What is the cost for the Everest Base Camp Trek?

As Everest Base Camp is one of the most preferred destinations and lies in the Himalayas, the cost for the Everest Base Camp is quite expensive. However, you do not need to worry about your money going to vain. The amount that you spend will be worth every penny. At first, you need a catch a domestic flight to Lukla and the flight to Lukla is quite expensive as well. Also, the location of Lukla is in the remote mountainous region of Nepal, so the price of grocery items and other essentials is too expensive here as they need to be exported from the cities of Nepal. But the costs are not high compared to the usual price. Before you plan the trek, you need to be aware of certain other things like; trekking bag and warm clothes as well. These necessities might cost you a little more.

Moreover, travel insurance can be a good idea, although it is a little expensive. Before you plan the trek, you should plan everything accordingly. On an average, you will require at around Nrs 80K to complete your trek to the Everest Base Camp.

What is the best time for Everest Base Camp Trek?

The best time for the Everest Base Camp Trek is during the spring and the autumn season. Also, you can prefer monsoon too. But, trekking to the Everest during the winter season can be quite troublesome for you. However, it is all a matter of your preferences. You can plan your trip accordingly based on your vacation time.

What kind of clothes and equipment do we require during the trek to the Everest Base Camp?

As the highest peak of the world can make you face rough weather, you need to get yourself prepared with all the necessary equipment to handle the weather and deal with it. Also, you need to make sure that you pack warm clothes. The weather here keeps on changing, so it might result in rainfall as well. For this, you need to carry a raincoat as well. For the trekking equipment, trekkers need to get ready with necessary gear and other necessary trekking essentials.

Is there a good provision for food and water during the Everest Base Camp Trek?

You never need to worry about fulfilling the basic needs of food and water while you trek to the Everest Base Camp. On the way to the Everest Base Camp, you can find different restaurants and tea houses, offering you food according to your demand. The menu goes well with the taste of Nepalese as well as foreigners. Also, if you are a vegan or a vegetarian, you don’t need to worry. You will get all kinds of meal options here.

Is there a facility of internet and charging electrical devices as we go to the Everest Base Camp?

Yes, you do not need to worry about communication problems during the trek. The first thing you can do is get ready with a Nepali Sim card and enjoy the internet facility. However, you can get free wifi as places and also around the restaurants and tea houses too. For charging your devices, you can find electricity in your hotel rooms.

What are the possible problems that the trekkers can face during the trek to the Everest Base Camp?

At times, the trekkers face the problem of altitude sickness as they are trekking to the highest peak of the world, Mount Everest. This might also result in tiredness, swelling of legs, acrophobia, and frostbite in extreme cases. Hence, you need to get yourself ready before you trek to the EBC.