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How much does it cost for Everest Base Camp Trek

How much does it cost for Everest Base Camp Trek

Nepal is a popular travel destination for people around the globe. With the affordability and excellent hospitality that it can offer. As Nepal is the prime destination for trekkers around the world, it is quite sure that the trekking destinations of Nepal are not too expensive for a foreigner or a Nepali citizen who aims to conquer the highest destinations. The Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most breathtaking trekking trails of the world and yet not so expensive. If you are in search of the Everest Base Camp Trek Cost, here we have the perfect planning of your expenditures. 

 

Although you can not be sure of what it will cost you to trek to the most adventurous trekking trail of the world, you never need to worry about the affordability that it can offer. However, you can make yourself ready to experience some unique cultures of the Himalayas, the hospitality of the homestays, restaurants and tea houses available in the trekking route and the sightseeing of the popular, Sagarmatha National Park listed in the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Not to miss the breathtaking and the panoramic views of the mountains of Nepal, its beauty will undoubtedly win your heart. Also, you can be sure that you would experience the lakes at high altitudes too. 

 

If you are worried about how much money to take on Everest base camp trek, you should shut the fear and start packing your bags because trekking to the base of the world's highest peak is not expensive as you think. Although the expenditure and the costing depend on the kind of spendthrift you are, you can be sure to manage it on a lower budget than what you had expected earlier. 

 

Cost for Nepali Citizen

If you are a Nepali and want to trek to the Everest, you can get the full trek on around 75,000 per person. The trip starts at Lukla. For Nepali citizens who come from parts other than Lukla, you can get an easy flight through the capital. The trek starts at Lukla and ends at Lukla itself. You can hire a trekking expert or a guide to guide your team. 

 

On the first day, when one is starting from the capital, you will require a short flight to Lukla, which will cost around $180. Then, after the trip to Lukla, there will be a short trek to Phakding. The other day, you will experience a trek to Namche Bazar. As Namche Bazar is a beautiful valley, you can expect to plan a day trip and enjoy it for a day. Then, you will have a continuous trek to the Everest Base Camp for about five days. 

Budget Plan For Foreigners 

The trekking for the foreigners might be quite expensive than the people from Nepal and India. For the people who require a visa to enter Nepal, they need to spend about $40 per person to gain a month's visa to Nepal. Talking about the other permits, they require TIMS Card (Trekker Information Management System) from the National Tourism Board office located in Kathmandu. The cost of a TIMS Card is $28 per person. Also, you can get a Sagarmatha Permit from the Nepal Tourism at the cost of $18 per person. The price for a flight to Lukla is the same as the Nepali citizen. 

 

Talking about the expenses, you will require money to fulfill your basic needs like food and housing. As the trekking areas are quite expensive, the prices might be high. However, they are not non-affordable. Also, one might require to spend some money on safety and first aid while trekking. You will need to spend on warm jackets and items of clothing, too, as you will be at the highest altitude in the world, and the temperature decreases with the rise in height. 

 

Both the Nepali and the foreigners need hiking gear and other necessary equipment. Talking about the hiking gear and the cost of miscellaneous, it might be a little expensive. However, it is not as expensive as you are thinking. You can visit some stores in Kathmandu to get a bag pack, which is enough to hold the clothes for four climates as climate change is frequent in the Everest Base Camp. Spend more on warm clothes. Also, you might require hiking gear and first aids too. For people who have issues of health, it is essential to have some safety tools as well. You will need food and toilet paper also. 

 

On average, you will require a cost of around $10 per person in order to fulfill the necessary requirements. But, the cost of hotels and fooding will be high. Hence, you can expect to complete your trek to the highest destination in the world at a minimal price. 

 

 

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