Campo Base del Everest
DETALLES DEL TREKKING

The Khumbu region is one of the most distinguished trekking areas in the world. Either as a pilgrimage or if you are commited to climb to the highest peak in the world, this region will impact your life forever. Everest Base Camp is a unique place where hundreds of people aimig to touch the sky gather everyyear to achieve their goals. Why dont you decide now to life an experience of a lifetime, walking to the bottom of the Mother Goddest of the earth.

  • Itinerary
  • Cost Includes
    It's not included
  • Equipment List
  • Cost and Departure Dates
  • FAQ'S

Itinerario

Everest Base Camp

Fitness level required:3/5
Technical Level Required:0
Age range: 16 to 70.


Day 1: Meeting at Kathmandu. Equipment check out, and acomodattion in hotel.
Day 2: Rest day at Kathmandu, and City tour in the surroundings, visit to Boudanath and Pashupatinath.
Day 3: Early flight to Lukla (weather permits) and commence of the trek to Phakding.
Day 4: Short day trek to Monjo, at the edge of Sagarmatha National Park.
Day 5: Enter the Sagarmatha National Park and trek to Namche Bazaar, capital of Khumbu region.
Day 6: Aclimatizattion rest day at Namche Bazaar. Side trek to Kwangde and Khumjung.
Day 7: Trek to Dewoche, visiting the Tengboche Gompa on the way.
Day 8: Trek to Dingboche, visiting the Lobuche Gompa among other very old sacred places along the way. Today is the day when the best pictures of Ama Dablam are taken.
Day 9: Aclimatizattion rest day at Dingboche, from where we will have the chance to visit the highest Hermit in the entire Asia, whilst the emerging Lhotse South face offer an incredible view.
Day 10: Trek to Lobuche, stopping by at Dukla for lunch.
Day 11: Climb Kalapathar and return to Gorak Shep for overnight.
Day 12: Trek to Everest Base Camp and return to Lobuche.
Day 13: Trek out to Pangboche.
Day 14: Trek out to Namche Bazaar.
Day 15: Trek out to Phakding¡¡¡
Day 16: Return to Lukla, if there is a chance, flight to Kathmandu late afternoon.
Day 17: Flight to Kathmandu (weather permit).
Day 18: Trip concludes.
For all those who would like to enjoy the walk out to Kathmandu on foot and explore some of the most unmmodified areas of the country side, we implement this optional trekking at NO EXTRA CHARGE. Everyone comes from here on as a climbing partner so does about costs along the way. Angel Armesto will be still be the leader, and in a mountaneering stile conduct this part of the trip. Day 17: Trekkign to Nuntala, crossing a great rain forrest where bears and tigers are part of the hidden wildlife. Día 18: Trekking a KhariKhola.
Día 19: Trekking a Paphlu.
Día 20: Transfer in jeep to Kathmandu.
Day 21: Trip concludes.

Everest Base Camp

Fitness level required:3/5
Technical Level Required:0
Age range: 16 to 70.

Day 1: Meeting at Kathmandu. Equipment check out, and acomodattion in hotel.
Day 2: Rest day at Kathmandu, and City tour in the surroundings, visit to Boudanath and Pashupatinath.
Day 3: Early flight to Lukla (weather permits) and commence of the trek to Phakding.
Day 4: Short day trek to Monjo, at the edge of Sagarmatha National Park.
Day 5: Enter the Sagarmatha National Park and trek to Namche Bazaar, capital of Khumbu region.
Day 6: Aclimatizattion rest day at Namche Bazaar. Side trek to Kwangde and Khumjung.
Day 7: Trek to Dewoche, visiting the Tengboche Gompa on the way.
Day 8: Trek to Dingboche, visiting the Lobuche Gompa among other very old sacred places along the way. Today is the day when the best pictures of Ama Dablam are taken.
Day 9: Aclimatizattion rest day at Dingboche, from where we will have the chance to visit the highest Hermit in the entire Asia, whilst the emerging Lhotse South face offer an incredible view.
Day 10: Trek to Lobuche, stopping by at Dukla for lunch.
Day 11: Climb Kalapathar and return to Gorak Shep for overnight.
Day 12: Trek to Everest Base Camp and return to Lobuche.
Day 13: Trek out to Pangboche.
Day 14: Trek out to Namche Bazaar.
Day 15: Trek out to Phakding¡¡¡
Day 16: Return to Lukla, if there is a chance, flight to Kathmandu late afternoon.
Day 17: Flight to Kathmandu (weather permit).
Day 18: Trip concludes.
For all those who would like to enjoy the walk out to Kathmandu on foot and explore some of the most unmmodified areas of the country side, we implement this optional trekking at NO EXTRA CHARGE. Everyone comes from here on as a climbing partner so does about costs along the way. Angel Armesto will be still be the leader, and in a mountaneering stile conduct this part of the trip. Day 17: Trekkign to Nuntala, crossing a great rain forrest where bears and tigers are part of the hidden wildlife. Día 18: Trekking a KhariKhola.
Día 19: Trekking a Paphlu.
Día 20: Transfer in jeep to Kathmandu.
Day 21: Trip concludes.

Servicios incluidos y no incluidos

Cost Includes

Angel Ezequiel Armesto as head leader
SAt Phone and Spot Coverage.
Kathmandu airport taxis.
3 nights acomodattion in hotel at Katmandu.
Assistance in equipment shopping and rental at Kathmandu.
Kathmandu Lukla flights.
3 daily meals in Tea houses throughout all the trekking itinerary.
Acomodattion in Tea Houses during the trekking.
Sagarmatha National park entry fee.
City tour guide to Boudanath and Pashupatinath.
Personal lugagge porters up to 15kg per person.
Civil responsability insurance.

Cost does not include

Personal equipment of any kind.
Flights and/or transportattion from and to your location.
SOft drinks, beers or spirits at restaurants or lodges.
Personal accidents insurance.
Travel insurance
Extra acomodattion nights apart from detailed in itinerary.
Nepal entry visa fee.
Water Bottles during the trek.
Extra expenses due to evacuattion or to dessert the itinerary.

Cost Includes

Angel Ezequiel Armesto as head leader
SAt Phone and Spot Coverage.
Kathmandu airport taxis.
3 nights acomodattion in hotel at Katmandu.
Assistance in equipment shopping and rental at Kathmandu.
Kathmandu Lukla flights.
3 daily meals in Tea houses throughout all the trekking itinerary.
Acomodattion in Tea Houses during the trekking.
Sagarmatha National park entry fee.
City tour guide to Boudanath and Pashupatinath.
Personal lugagge porters up to 15kg per person.
Civil responsability insurance.


Cost does not include

Personal equipment of any kind.
Flights and/or transportattion from and to your location.
SOft drinks, beers or spirits at restaurants or lodges.
Personal accidents insurance.
Travel insurance
Extra acomodattion nights apart from detailed in itinerary.
Nepal entry visa fee.
Water Bottles during the trek.
Extra expenses due to evacuattion or to dessert the itinerary.

Equipment required List

Listado de equipo

Weve listed the gear list according to body parts and aplicattions. Every element listed is necessary. Prepare your equipment having plenty of time and you will save money and headaches. Many times, just by asking your fellows will find everything you need at no cost... It's also to be highly suggested to keep a whole set of a tshirt troussers and underwear clean, ready for your flight back home.


Torso

Rainproof jacket Fleece jacket or similar.
Light warm jacket or similar.
Long sleeve thermals Merino is preferred.

handwear

Thermal liner gloves.(Very Important)
Fleece gloves(not Winstopper, neither softshell).

Lower body

Waterproof troussers. Not ski pants.
Thermal Liners.
Quick dry trekking pants.

Footwear

Waterproof trekking boots.
Two pairs of hiking socks.
Extra pair of shoes or crocks-like footwear.

Headwear

Sunhat
Warm hat having ears cover if possible.
Buff neckless or similar.

Specific items

Trekking rucksack 50 liters.
Plastic rehusable earplugs.
Trekkign down sleepingbag rated -10°C
Sunglasses Cat3.
LED headtorch.
1 Nalgene-like bottles.
One 750ml stainless steel vacuum flask.
Trekking poles.

Listado de equipo

Weve listed the gear list according to body parts and aplicattions. Every element listed is necessary. Prepare your equipment having plenty of time and you will save money and headaches. Many times, just by asking your fellows will find everything you need at no cost... It's also to be highly suggested to keep a whole set of a tshirt troussers and underwear clean, ready for your flight back home.


Torso

Rainproof jacket Fleece jacket or similar.
Light warm jacket or similar.
Long sleeve thermals Merino is preferred.

handwear

Thermal liner gloves.(Very Important)
Fleece gloves(not Winstopper, neither softshell).

Lower body

Waterproof troussers. Not ski pants.
Thermal Liners.
Quick dry trekking pants.

Footwear

Waterproof trekking boots.
Two pairs of hiking socks.
Extra pair of shoes or crocks-like footwear.

Headwear

Sunhat
Warm hat having ears cover if possible.
Buff neckless or similar.

Specific items

Trekking rucksack 50 liters.
Plastic rehusable earplugs.
Trekkign down sleepingbag rated -10°C
Sunglasses Cat3.
LED headtorch.
1 Nalgene-like bottles.
One 750ml stainless steel vacuum flask.
Trekking poles.

Costos y fechas de salida

Departure Dates

March 27th 2018

New dates, please email us¡¡¡¡

Cost

PRICE PER PERSON USD 2950.
20% DUE TO RESERVE 60 prior to departure
80% balance due, previous to departure
Minimum group size 6

Frecuently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

I HAVE NO EXPERIENCE AT ALL, CAN I JOIN THE TEAM?

Not only you can, you should¡¡ This trip is ideal for you to commence on this great life of adventures and discovery. This trek will change your point of view about many aspects.
Nepal is a magic land, where magic people lives their simple life. Gratitude is a must among locals and they teach us in a unique way. It's that profound bonding to hearth what resembles the high Puna, what makes this trip to the bottom of the roof of the world an unique experience worth to be lived at least once in a lifetime.

I DO NOT LIKE THE COLD, CAN I JOIN THE TEAM?

The environment influence all our lifestyle, modelates our character and reveal unseen aspects of our personality. However cold is a well related issue, it's advisable that having the proper gear, the chances of having a shivering day are scarse as technology reached the point of evolution as never before in the outdoors gear. This trip is designed to be enjoyed by people they dont want to spend a colder day than during a mediterranean winter day.

WHAT GEAR DO I NEED?

Ouede encontrar la lista de equipo completa en la pestaña de Equipo Necesario a la izquierda del navergador, donde en un idioma simplificado, intentamos representar lo que una persona que vive en la ciudad necesita para poder completar el viaje con un nivel de confort aceptable. Las personas locales, que viven sus dias, y se movilizan por el mismo tipo de entorno, utilizan mucho menos equipo, pero su adaptación es mejor que la de la grandisima mayoria de los visitantes.

QUE NIVEL DE ENTRENAMIENTO NECESITO?

No es nacesario ser un deportista activo, ni poder hacer cincuenta dominadas para completar este viaje, pero un apreparación fisica es fundamental para poder disfrutar el viaje. Un checkeo medico es siempre aconsejado para realizar una salida, y el seguimiento del proceso por un profesional algo altamente recomendable. Cambiando nuestros habitos, por unos mas saludables, ya tendremos mas de la mitad del camino recorrido.

CUANTO PESO DEBO CARGAR?

Damos trabajo a cargadores locales, quienes nos ayudan en el transporte de cargas. Y nosotros solo llevamos lo necesario para el dia, un abrigo ligero, y alguna botella de agua.

COMIDA, DONDE CUANDO Y COMO

Comemos en paradores que los occidentales conocemos como Lodge, o casas de Te. Son el equivalente a una casa de turismo rural, con un menu bastante moderado, y adaptado en parte al paladar de los viajeros. La comida principal es siempre basada en Arroz, Pastas y vegetales, con algunas oportunidades para saborear carne de algun animal, como siempre, sujiero comer lo mas parecido al menu local, para evitar complicaciones, y ademas, para asimilar la cultura local.

BAÑOS

Cada lodge dodne paramos, cuenta con un baño de uso compartido, por lo general, y algunos lugares, con baño privado en cada habitacion doble.

DORMIR

Este viaje esta pensado con una base de habitación doble en todo el recorrido.

MEDICINA DE MONTAÑA

La salud de todo el equipo es responsabilidad del Guía Lider de la expedición, quien conducirá la toma de desiciones sobre primeros auxilios y atencion primaria. Todos los guias estan entrenados en el manejo de protocolos de trabajo. La evacuación es primordialemnte en helicoptero, por eso sujerimos contratar un seguro de evacuacion para el viajero.

COMUNICACIONES

En todo el valle hay cobertura moderada de telefonia celular, y en muchos lugares, wifi a un coste aceptable. De todas maneras, valoramos que las personas se mantengan conectadas por algo mas que un dispositivo movil, y alentamos a todos, a dejarlo apagado la mayor parte del día, para no interferir con el desarrollo de la expedición.

TAMAÑO DEL GRUPO, RELACION GUIAS CLIENTES

Mantenemos una politica de grupos reducidos. El limite maximo es de 12 trekkers, empleando siempre Guías Profesionales habilitados para conducir el grupo.

UN DIA TIPICO

Comenzamos el día alrededor de las 6 - 6:30 am, para el desayuno, y dependiendo de las actividades programadas, podremos salir a caminar cercano a las 8 am. Un día normal de trekking incluye: 4 horas de marcha, con paradas cada 1 hora, muchas fotografías y tiempo para disfrutar del paisaje.

RELACIÓN CON LOS HABITANTES LOCALES

Nuestra forma principal de contacto, es a traves de la mirada, los abrazos y los saludos. Por eso aliento a todos a vincularse de esta manera con la gente que vive allí, en este valle que tanto amo. Un saludo, una palabra de bienvenida y una foto no es la manera de aprender sobre el lugar, ni siquiera para empezar a valorarlo. Siempre agradezcamos que nos ofrecen la oportunidad de entrar en sus casas, antes de pedirles una foto para compartir.

Podriamos escribir varias paginas sobre preguntas frecuentes. En 85 expediciones se aprende mucho de las necesidades de la gente. Creemos que lo mejor es conocernos y en una charla despejar todas las dudas.
VISITE EL CALENDARIO DE CHARLAS INFORMATIVAS.

CONSULTAS

Angel Ezequiel Armesto
Professional High Mountain Guide Reg N116
Phone : +54 9261 5350670