Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Trip Style: Trekking and Tour
  • Transport: Private Bus or Car & Airplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Tea House Lodge
  • Group Size: 1
  • Max Elevation: 5550 m

Highlights

  • Standing at the base of Mount Everest (8848.86 m), the tallest mountain in the world.
  • Unforgettable panoramic views of mountains from Kala Patthar, 5,545 m – the highest point of Everest Base Camp Trek: Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku.
  • Scenic Jeep drive passing hills and rivers reaching District Headquarters of Solukhumbu – Salleri.
  • Exhilarating flight from Lukla Airport with a short runway.
  • Exploring the virgin culture and landscape of the Lower Solukhumbu Region.
  • Gradual gain in altitude reduces the risk of altitude sickness.
  • Witness the wild rich flora and fauna of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Multi-cultural Immersion at Sherpa, Rai, and Magar villages like Ringmu, Nunthala, and Kharikhola.
  • Trails crafted by mysterious mani-stones and prayer wheels.

Salleri to Everest Base Camp Trek is an alternative trek route to the classic Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek. Everest base Camp Trek from Jiri is the trek route taken by the first summiteers of Mt.Everest - Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. Now with the development of roads, the classic Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek route is alternated by a trek from Salleri to Everest Base Camp.

Every year hundreds and thousands of trekkers from all over the world visit Everest Base Camp. The Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla is overcrowded and many times due to weather circumstances, the flights get delayed or canceled. That’s why Everest Base Camp Trek from Salleri is becoming famous, with trekkers having long holidays and also perfect for budget trekkers as you drive and hike to Lukla, avoiding a one-way Lukla flight making the trek even more budget-friendly.

You will jeep drive from Kathmandu to Salleri via Khurkot and Okhaldhunga passing B.P. highway. You can easily find local buses driving to Salleri. The drive will offer stunning landscapes of surrounding hills, rivers, and different ethnic groups residing on the riverbank. The trail then passes through Rai, Limbu, Magar, and Sherpa villages like Ringmu, Nunthala, Kharikhola, Surkhe, and Phakding from where you will meet other fellow trekkers as the main Everest Base Camp trail starts. The villages are authentic and virgin, not touched by modernization and tourism. The hike lets you experience the local culture and cuisine of Sherpa and other ethnic groups residing along the trails.

You will then follow Mt. Everest Base Camp's main trail enjoy breathtaking vistas of mountains crossing a suspension bridge and Sherpa villages; Namche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorak Shep. The trekking trails finally get you to the base of the tallest Mt. Everest, 5,364 m. The highest point of Everest Base Camp Trek – Kala Patthar at an altitude of 5,545 m, offers a closet view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse. You can witness other surrounding mountains like Changtse, Pumori, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kangtega, and Lobuche.

You can retrace back to the same trails in Lukla and fly out from Lukla enjoying the thrilling flight from Tenzing-Hillary Airport. You can experience a bird's eye view of Khumbu Valley and its surrounding mountains as fly-out Helicopter service is available at many points: Gorakshep, Lobuche, Pheriche, and Dingboche.

Everest Base Camp Drive-in and Fly-out Trek is an alternative trekking route that is a less crowded and unexplored trail with fantastic landscapes. The trek from Salleri to Everest Base Camp takes more days as compared to Lukla Everest Base Camp Trek. However, it starts from an elevation of 2,390 m and gains altitude gradually reducing the risk of altitude sickness and plenty of time to get acclimatized. The unexplored trails with warm local Sherpa people and their culture make your Everest Base Camp Trek even more memorable and enriching.

Note: You can take a jeep drive from Salleri to Thamdanda and a day hike to reach Lukla saves three valuable days for the further journey.

Nepal Adventure Team, a well-established trekking agency in Nepal, offers you Salleri at Everest Base Camp Trek in 2024/2025. This alternative trek offers more breathtaking views, enriching culture, and warm hospitality for the Sherpa people along with the wonders and surprises of regular Everest Base Camp Trek.

The trek package to Everest Base Camp from Salleri is flexible to customized according to your needs and choices. We provide discounted fares for large groups. We have affordable prices for early bookings for 2024.

Why Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek with Nepal Adventure Team?

  • Anytime inquiries and booking on different communication channels(WhatsApp, Email, Facebook, ZOOM Meeting, WeChat, Viber, Line, and Instagram).
  • A simple click to our secure online payment platform.
  • Hassle-free booking and reservation process.
  • Skilled guides and insured porters for your safety and comfort.
  • Excess luggage storage service at the Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Waterproof Duffle bags for the safety of luggage.
  • Appreciation letter and a free company T-shirt.
  • Pre-online trip briefing by the Managing Director.
  • 100% guaranteed departure and special group fares.
  • Flexible to Affiliate Business with us.
  • 10% of the company’s profit contributed to Corporate Social Responsibility.

Important Note to be Considered in Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek

  • There could be a flight delayed or canceled due to weather circumstances while flying back to Kathmandu from Lukla.
  • A passport photocopy is a must for booking a domestic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance must have been done for trekking in the high Himalayas of Nepal.
  • The domestic airline allows the baggage allowance of 15 kg per person. Hence avoid excess baggage or pay extra to bring them.
  • Don’t stand on the riverside when animals cross your path. Always stand on the hillsides.
  • Avoid the use of plastic to a minimum while trekking in the mountains to save the fragile ecosystem of the mountain region.
  • Respect the mountain environment, culture, and cuisine of local people.
  • Never take photographs of people without their permission.
  • Since ATMs aren’t very reliable in the mountains, carry extra cash for personal expenses in trekking.
  • Porter carries a maximum of 20 kg so pack your bag with essential gear and goods.
  • Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and altitude sickness.
  • Maintain a slow and steady walk with short breaks to acclimatize to increasing altitude.

Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek Route

Everest base Camp Trek Drive in Salleri and fly out from Lukla starts with an early morning jeep drive from Capital City, Kathmandu. The jeep drive to Salleri via Okhaldhunga takes around 8 -9 hours and provides scenic landscapes of the countryside. You will reach Salleri, the district headquarters of Solukhumbu by the evening and overnight stay there.

The next day, you will trek through Sherpa and Rai villages: Ringmu, Taksindu and overnight stay at Nunthala. From Nunthala, the trek route craves its way to Kharikhola, Surkhe and on the fifth day of the trek, you will reach Phakding getting in the main Everest Base Camp trail.

Salleri to Everest Base Camp Trek trail passes through beautiful alpine woodland of pines and rhododendrons crossing the Hillary suspension bridge and hill takes you to the bustling town, Namche Bazaar. Acclimatization day at Namche includes a short hike to the museum which reflects the mountaineering history, Sherpa culture, flora, and fauna.

Enjoying the mesmerizing vistas of Mt. Ama Dablam, the trail takes you to Tengboche. Tengboche is a scenic spot for splendid vistas of Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, Thamserku, Kwangde and Mt.Everest. Your visit to Tengboche monastery gets you a blessing from the High Lama.

Crossing Imja Khola (river) and Pangboche, the last permanent village, you will reach Dingboche for the night. To adapt to the increasing altitude, you will enjoy an acclimatization hike to Nangkartshang peak (5,083 m) at Dingboche.

The Salleri Everest Base Camp trek trail follows an uphill climb to Thugla for a lunch break and reaches Lobuche for an overnight stop. The next day, you arrive at Gorakshep through the moraine and icy trail. After the break, the trail continues to Everest Base Camp, enjoying the breathtaking vistas of Khumbu Icefall and surrounding mountains.

After a proud moment at the base camp, you will return to Gorakshep for your stay. The next day in the early morning, the adventure hike to Kala Patthar starts. At the highest point of the trek, Kala Patthar-5,545 m offers awe-inspiring panoramic vistas of Mt.Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Lobuche, Thamserku, Kangtenga, and a few more.

The trek from Salleri to Everest Base Camp descends on the Pheriche Valley for a stay. The trail retraces back the same route to Namche and via Monjo to Lukla. Lukla will be the end point of the trek from where you will fly back to Kathmandu.

The trekking route from Everest Base Camp to Lukla is customizable. You can fly out from any point such as Gorak Shep, Lobuche, Pheriche, and Dingboche to Lukla or Kathmandu.

If you want to explore more of the Everest Region, there are many wonderful places such as Gokyo Lake, Cho la Pass, Kongma La Pass, and Renjo La Pass. You can trek either this individual pass or three passes for more adventure and thrill.

You can even drive out to Kathmandu instead of flying out from Lukla enjoying the countryside landscape of the Lower Solukhumbu. We Nepal Adventure Team is highly flexible in customizing the route and the itinerary to suit your preferences.

Best Time for Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek

Each season offers its own unique distinctiveness, making your trekking experience memorable. Be it the clear sky in spring or heavy snowfall in winter, they leave an unforgettable experience.

The blossoming spring season offers clear skies and stable weather, hence providing you breathtaking vistas of the majestic Himalayas. The temperature will be mild with a pleasant day. The blossom of flora adds more value to your trekking experience. Hence the month of March, April, and May sees more trekkers in the Khumbu region.

The month of June to early September marks the monsoon rain in Nepal. The skies will be overcast with black clouds that result in heavy rainfall and cause floods and landslides in many parts of the trekking trails. However, the landscapes after the rainfall will be worth witnessing as nature gets greenish and rejuvenated. We highly recommend carrying a raincoat and being aware of the muddy slippery trails.

The festive season – autumn falls in September, October, and November sees many trekkers in the high Himalayas of Nepal. The moderate weather with fewer clouds provides unobstructed vistas of the high mountains. The lush and green nature decorates the trails. Your cultural experience will be even more enriched by the festive vibes in the whole country – Dashain and Tihar, the biggest festival of Nepalese. We highly recommend carrying warm clothes as the weather will start getting cold in November.

December, January, and February experiences heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures in the high Himalayas. The weather will be clear in the morning, offering mesmerizing vistas of mountains and getting obstructed as the day passes. The trails will be less crowded providing a serene hike however the trail gets challenging with the risk of avalanches and slippery weather due to snow, hence a guide is a must-have.

The most visited times of the year are the seasons of Spring and Autumn with hundreds and thousands of trekkers on the trails due to the clear sky, stunning vistas of the mountains, and pleasant weather. You can trek in winter and monsoon with proper planning and information.

Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek Permit

Trekking Permit is a must to have while trekking in the High Himalayas of Nepal. They are for the safety of trekkers and also for the protection of the mountain's fragile environment and culture.

The trekking route of Salleri to Everest Base Camp falls in Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As per the rule, every trekker entering the national park must issue a Sagarmatha National Park Permit. You can get it at the Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu, or the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park, Monjo.

The Sagarmatha National Park permit costs Nepalese currency NPR. 3000 per person and it should be paid in local currencies.

Another trekking permit you require is the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit. After the decentralization in 2018, Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality became a local government and introduced this local permit system. It isn’t available in Kathmandu. You can get it at an office in Lukla.

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit costs Nepalese currency NPR. 2000 per person.

Note: The trekking permit must be paid in local currency so it is highly advisable to carry enough local currency.

Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek Cost

The trek to Everest Base Camp from Salleri is comparatively cheaper than the other treks in the Everest region. Everest Base Camp Trek from Salleri includes drive-in and fly-out to Kathmandu excluding a one-way flight to Lukla which is quite expensive.

Foreign nationalities except for Indian nationalities required VISA to enter Nepal. You can easily get it either from the nearby Nepal Embassy in your country or after you arrive at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. You require 2 passport-size photos, a valid passport, and a VISA fee in USD.

Since you take a jeep from Kathmandu to reach Salleri and trek further while flying out from Lukla back to Kathmandu the transportation cost isn’t much. You can even cut it down by taking a local bus to Salleri and driving back to Kathmandu instead of Lukla fight. This way, the trekking to Everest Base Camp from Salleri becomes even more budget-friendly.

However, if you take a jeep from Salleri to Thamdanda then the cost might increase. The transportation cost for Everest Base Camp Trek from Salleri varies with the type of vehicle and the distance traveled.

Lukla to Kathmandu Flight Cost varies with nationalities. It is usually charged in American Dollars to foreigners. The domestic flight allows 10 kg of luggage and 5 kg of hand carry. You need to pack essential gear and items.

The most expense occurs for accommodation and food. Since in the mountains, there are cheap to budget-friendly tea house accommodations, the cost is comparatively low. While your stay in Kathmandu hotel could be costly. You can find a low-budget to luxurious five-star hotels in Kathmandu offering different standards of services.

In the mountains, the accommodation and food prices increase with increasing altitude. Depending upon your budget and needs, you can get basic tea house accommodation to a few luxurious lodges offering quality services.

Similarly, as you ascend the price of one bottle of water also gets a hike so we recommend sterilizing the water to minimize the water cost.

Since there is no electricity and internet connection, services like hot showers, battery charging, and even an internet connection cost you a few dollars.

Trekking guides and porters make your trekking easy and comfortable as they are experts in local knowledge and take care of you and your belongings. The cost of hiring a guide and porters is also nominal.

Health Requirements

Salleri Everest Base Camp is a moderate trek. You don’t need a previous trek however we highly recommend preparing yourself before the trek. Perform activities like jogging, cycling, and multiple-day hiking with a bag pack.

If you have any medical conditions, kindly inform us when booking the trek package to Everest Base Camp from Salleri.

Altitude Sickness

Salleri Everest Base Camp Trek is a high-altitude trek in the high Himalayas of Nepal. You don’t need to worry because the trek itinerary involves proper acclimatization. The trek starts at Salleri, 2,390 m and there will be altitude gain as you ascend the trail. Moreover, there is one-day acclimatization at Namche and Dingboche respectively.

Proper acclimatization will reduce the chance of altitude sickness.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01Arrive to Kathmandu (1350m)
  • Day 02Morning Jeep drive from Kathmandu to Salleri (2,390 m).
  • Day 03Trek to Nunthala (2,220 m)
  • Day 04Trek to Kharikhola (2, 050m) - 06 hours
  • Day 05Trek to Surkhe (2,300m) - 06 hours.
  • Day 06Trek to Phakding (2,650m) - 06 hours.
  • Day 07Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 08Rest day at Namche Bazaar for Acclimatization and Day Excursion.
  • Day 09Trek to Thyangboche (3,867m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 10Trek to Dingboche (4,260m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 11Trek to Lobuche (4,930m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 12Trek to Gorakhshep (5,170m), Everest Base Camp (5,334m) and return to Gorakshep - 06 hours.
  • Day 13Hike to Kalapathar (5,545m) trek to Pheriche (4,240m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 14Trek to Namche Bazaar via Pangboche (3,900m) and Thyangboche. 6/7 Hours
  • Day 15Trek back to Lukla - 07 hours.
  • Day 16Fly back to Kathmandu and free time.
  • Day 17International departure
  • Day 01 Arrive to Kathmandu (1350m)

    This day is your arrival day in Kathmandu, Nepal. Nepal Adventure Team receives you and sets you towards respective hotels in the Thamel area. Welcome dinner is organized for you along with the cultural program for refreshment and positive energy for the upcoming trek days. 

    • Meals: Welcome Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Thamel
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 02 Morning Jeep drive from Kathmandu to Salleri (2,390 m).

    The first day of the trek starts with an early morning drive to Salleri through the B.P. highway and via Okhaldhunga. The drive presents countryside landscapes such as villages, high hills, flowing rivers, and farmer working on their land. By the evening, you will arrive district headquarters of Solukhumbu–Salleri for the overnight stay. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Salleri
    • Altitude: 2,390 m
  • Day 03 Trek to Nunthala (2,220 m)

    The day begins with the first glimpse of Mt. Everest and other adjoining peaks of the Khumbu area. You walk downhill and a bridge connects you to the Ringmo village for a lunch break. The energy stuffed by lunch supports climbing atop a hill where Takshindu is located.

    The trekking trails are enriched with pine and rhododendron and the peak of a hill by Mani Stupa is known as Chortens. Takshindu allows the majestic scene of Numbur Himal, Kusum Kanguru, Thamserku, and Kangtega peaks towards the North. Then you will descend to Nunthala village for the stay. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Nunthala
    • Altitude: 2,220 m
  • Day 04 Trek to Kharikhola (2, 050m) - 06 hours

    Nunthala village gives us the taste of chilly weather as we get closer to the Khumbu and Everest areas. The walk on the bridge over the terrain field, and beautiful Dudh Kosi River leads to Jubing village. Further, the climb is done until we reach Kharikhola for a night's stay. This village is beautified by the ethnic group Sherpa and Magar and their distinct culture. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Kharikhola
    • Altitude: 2,050 m
  • Day 05 Trek to Surkhe (2,300m) - 06 hours.

    Another high ridge, Bupsa Hill, has to be accomplished by crossing the river at the end of Kharikhola. Bupsa is a small place with a number of lodges and shops, located on a ridge offering grand views of rolling hills and valleys. However, our lunch spot is Puiyan village situated in the heart of the thick forest. After lunch, a moderate walk on a pleasant path with a view of Lukla town, and the airstrip leads to Surkhe village to stay. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Surkhe
    • Altitude: 2,300 m
  • Day 06 Trek to Phakding (2,650m) - 06 hours.

    From Surke onward we enter at Khumbu area, one of the high and remote districts of Mid East Nepal. Walk from Surkhe started to reach Choplung village, where the path from Lukla meets. From Chuplung, another route of Everest Base Camp via Lukla Aiport begins. So there are more trekkers, porters, and Yaks carrying loads. We settle in Phakding by passing through the trails designed by small villages and farmlands offering great scenery.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Phakding
    • Altitude: 2,650 m
  • Day 07 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440m) - 05 hours.

    The pleasant trek through the beautiful alpine woodland of pines and rhododendrons with views of snow-capped peaks land us at Sagarmatha National Park. Sagarmatha National Park is at Monjo, the highest park and a world heritage site. As we march forward by crossing bridge and hill, Namache is accomplished. Namche Bazaar is a wonderful market where colorful houses serve as hotels and lodges, set in a U shape. Namche Bazaar is the last place with modern facilities of ATMs, Banks, post offices, Cyber Café, Trekking / Climbing shops, bakeries, and restaurants with great views of Kwangde peaks towards the south.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Namche Bazaar
    • Altitude: 3340 m
  • Day 08 Rest day at Namche Bazaar for Acclimatization and Day Excursion.

    Namche Bazaar is an ideal spot for a rest day and acclimatization at 3,440 meters high before heading to a higher elevation. Early morning after breakfast, take a short walk to the top of Namche with a museum having information regarding the Khumbu / Everest area, Sherpa religions, culture, history, mountaineering to flora and flora. Namache facilitates the stunning views of Amadablam, Thamserku, Kangtenga, Kwangde, and Khumbi-la with Mt. Everest and Lhotse towards the North. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Namche Bazaar
  • Day 09 Trek to Thyangboche (3,867m) - 05 hours.

    Following the view of Mount Amadablam and descending to the Imjatse River, we reach Phunge-Tenga, a small place with few tea shops, a favorite lunch stop place. After a nice break, our second half of the journey goes through a pristine forest to Thyangboche Monastery. Thyangboche is a scenic spot with amazing views of Amadablam, Kangtenga, Thamserku, Kwangde, and Mt. Everest. At Thyangboche monastery, mountaineers get blessed by the high lama (priest) for better success and safe expedition. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Thyangboche
    • Altitude: 3,867 m
  • Day 10 Trek to Dingboche (4,260m) - 05 hours.

    This day trek begins by crossing the Imja Khola(river) to reach Pangboche village. Pangboche is the last permanent village before Everest Base Camp built with stones. Further, paths lead to the exposed area leaving the woods behind. This trail provides a close view of Amadabalam as well as of Everest. Dingboche is the spot for the night.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Dingboche
    • Altitude: 4,260 m
  • Day 11 Trek to Lobuche (4,930m) - 05 hours.

    After a warm stay at Dingboche, we follow an uphill climb to meet Thugla which is the midway of Pheriche Valley, Dingboche, Cholatse pass, and Everest Base Camp-Kalapathar routes. Thugala is a nice place for a lunch break with stunning views of the mountains. A slow and short steep climb up to the terminal debris directs to Khumbu Glacier consisting of memorials of mountaineers and climbers. Continue walk settle us to Lobuche for an overnight stop.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Lobuche
    • Altitude: 4,930 m
  • Day 12 Trek to Gorakhshep (5,170m), Everest Base Camp (5,334m) and return to Gorakshep - 06 hours.

    After 2 hours of strenuous walking, we arrive at Gorakshep with views of Mt. Pumori, Lingtrin, Khumbutse, and Mt. Everest. The trail is moraine and icy. With a break at Gorakshep, the journey continues to Everest Base Camp by walking over the moraine and looking at Khumbu Icefall. Ultimately, our destination, Everest Base Camp is conquered. Enjoy an incredible moment for an hour at base camp and return to Gorakshep for the stay.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Gorakshep
  • Day 13 Hike to Kalapathar (5,545m) trek to Pheriche (4,240m) - 05 hours.

    We started early to reach our next highlight and the highest point of the adventure with a steep climb for 2 hours hike to Kalapatthar hilltop (on a black rocky ridge of a hill) at 5,545 meters high, offering an awesome panorama of surrounding giant peaks with Mt. Everest at stone throw distance towards East. After an incredible moment head downhill to Gorakshep and continue trek to Pheriche valley for the overnight stop

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Pheriche
    • Altitude: 4240 m
  • Day 14 Trek to Namche Bazaar via Pangboche (3,900m) and Thyangboche. 6/7 Hours

    We take a long and gratifying downhill trail to reach Thyangboche. We pass by the villages of Somare and Pangboche. From this village, an hour's climb leads to Thyangboche. We could feel the tree lines and rich green vegetation. A short steep descent and climb lead to Namche Bazaar.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Namche Bazaar
  • Day 15 Trek back to Lukla - 07 hours.

    Retrace the journey back to Lukla via Monjo, near Sagarmatha National Park entrance and exit. Trek to Lukla is the final day of walking for this trek route. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea Houge Lodge
    • Place: Lukla
  • Day 16 Fly back to Kathmandu and free time.

    The flight starts early morning; we transfer to Tenzing and Hillary Air terminal at Lukla airport. A sweeping flight of 30 minutes brings you back to Kathmandu. You are transferred to respective hotels with enough leisure. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, and farewell Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Thamel
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 17 International departure

    The historic Salleri to Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek ends. After the sophisticated breakfast, Nepal Adventure Team drops you at the Tribhuvan International Airport and bids a warm farewell with the hope of meeting you on your next trip.

    • Meals: Breakfast

Trip Map

Salleri to Everest Base Camp Trek map

What's Included

Included

  • Airport pick-up and drop by private car
  • Welcome and farewell dinner at a typical Nepalese restaurant showcasing traditional music and dance
  • 3 nights standard hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing and BB plan basis
  • Lukla – Kathmandu by flight 
  • Teahouse lodge accommodation throughout the trek
  • Required full board meals- Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner for the entire trek
  • Tea/coffee in a cup and daily seasonal fruits, and salads during the trek
  • Fully licensed and qualified trekking guide (leader and assistant) as per the group requirement
  • Porter service(1porter for 2 trekkers)
  • All the staff's expenses including flights, salary, food, accommodation, types of equipment, insurance, etc.
  • Sagarmatha National Park entrance fee
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) Card
  • Local government Rural municipality fee 
  • Optional supply if necessary: sleeping bag, down jacket, duffel bags (requires to return after trek)
  • Nepal Adventure Team (NAT) T-shirt and certificate of appreciation
  • Trekking route maps
  • First Aid Medical Kitbag 
  • All the government VAT and local taxes

Excluded

  • Nepal visa fee and international flight
  • Extra drinks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic
  • Personal expenses such as phone bill, chocolate, bakery items, battery charge, laundry, hot shower, and extra porter
  • Extra accommodation and meals behind schedule
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Tips to guide and porters

PRICES & DATES

Trip DatesStatusPriceNote  
23 Jun, 2024 - 12 Jul, 2024GuaranteedUS$ 1535
30 Jun, 2024 - 19 Jul, 2024GuaranteedUS$ 1535

Useful Information

Passport & Visa

All foreign nationals, except Indian citizens, need visas to enter Nepal. Getting a visa must be the easiest one though. You just have to go to the Nepalese Embassy/consulate in your country or it can also be obtained upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport. To get a visa, you need to bring 2 pp size photos, visa fees, and a valid passport.
Tourist Visa Fees: 3 days transit visa - Free of Cost

Click Here: Nepal Visa, and Immigration 

Means of Transport

Tourist bus or private vehicle and walking. All the cost is already included unless otherwise noted.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a must when you travel abroad. Therefore before you come to Nepal, please make sure you have your insurance documents with you since our insurance companies cannot insure foreign nationals. Because of the reason that they cover all the expenses if you face some unfortunate happenings and you have to be rescued or medically assisted during the trip or if your belongings are lost or stolen.

Solo Travellers

We have arranged for a single traveler to pay for a single trip only. He has to share the accommodation with other people of the same sex though he can also join the other groups.

Foods and Accommodations

All meals are provided during the trek while only breakfast will be available in Kathmandu. Generally, traditional Nepalese(daal, Bhat, curry, and pickle), Tibetan, Continental, Indian, and other cuisines are available in the local lodges/teahouses. There will also be a welcome and farewell dinner for guests in Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, you'll be staying in the best quality standard hotel, on a twin-sharing basis. On trekking, accommodations are simple yet comfortable on-mountain lodges. Toilets and bathrooms need to be shared in some teahouses.

Note: A single room is always available but only on special requests and spending extra bucks.

Health and Fitness Required

No previous experience is required since it's a moderate trek. But being a healthy person physically and mentally is very important. It is better if we prepare ourselves a few days/weeks before the start of the trek by jogging and running regularly since will be walking a lot of ups and downs in the hills, ridges, villages, and mountains. Participants with pre-existing medical conditions should inform us beforehand.

First Aid Kit/High Altitude Sickness

Nepal Adventure Team strongly suggests that you have your first aid or medical kit. This trip takes you to some high altitudes though not much but the slow walks and regular stops between the walks will help you acclimatize to high altitude saving you from the high altitude sickness called AMS (Acute mountain sickness). Gaining altitude without proper consideration of AMS is fatal.

Your Guide and Porter

Since mountain trekking takes you to remote places over high altitudes, the leader should have a piece of significant knowledge in the field so that he can wonderfully and safely lead you there clearing any obstacles on the way. We, Nepal Adventure Team can proudly say that our guides are highly qualified for the role. They are fully trained, experienced, and licensed. They have undergone a whole lot of training to make themselves useful in various situations and to make your journey a smooth and pleasant one.
Our porters are always fully equipped with the gears they need and as per the company policy, they are always insured and completely looked after. They are our backbone. We allow a maximum weight of 25kg to be carried by one porter. We make sure that they are well-paid and well-treated.

Equipment and Packing Lists

After booking with the Nepal Adventure Team, please pack the necessary items as listed:

1. Travel documents: passport, visa(if you have one), travel insurance, air tickets, voucher, passport photo (x 2)
2. Bank cards or credit cards, travelers' cheques, etc
3. Comfortable boots and runners/sports shoes.
4. 6-8 pairs of socks woolen/cotton.
5. Fleece jacket, Down / Duvet Jacket, and Rain / windproof jacket.
6. Gloves- 2 pairs.
7. T-shirts 4-6 pcs, shirts(woolen/cotton).
8. A cap for the day and a woolen hat or Balaclava for evening/morning wear.
9. Trousers.
10. Short and tracksuits.
11. Sleeping bag (4 seasons) with inner liner.
1. Large and small towels.
2. Toiletries.
3. Water bottle.
4. Sun /snow glass.
5. Ski / walking poles(optional but useful).
6. First Aid/medical kit.
7. Rucksack/backpack.
8. Duffel Bags(carried by porters or animals).
9. Torch / Flashlights with spare batteries.
10. Pen knife/ Swiss knife.
11. Scarf/mask (for dust and wind).
12. Personal hygiene stuff.
13. Any other extras you feel are necessary like binoculars, cameras, books, journals, and more.

Precautionary Note:

Trekking has been long established in Nepal, so the itineraries are modified and moderated in such a way that you can take it easy and slow. DO NOT RUSH AND ENJOY. There is plenty of time and the guide will keep track of you all the time. It might be a bit harder or a bit colder but you will get used to it.

Additional Money

Every traveler is different and they spend their way. Some spend on food and drinks while others on souvenirs. Either way, consider your spending habits and tipping, etc. before you pack up and leave.

Trip Specific Safety

Your guidance is always there for your safety concerns and to look after your valuables. But you have to be equally careful. Carry some sort of wallet or belt for your important documents and money. Hotels have a safety deposit box where a lock is recommended before passing the luggage.

A Couple of Rules

Possession or use of any illegal drugs is intolerable. It is because of the law that respects the local people and their culture. The group will be expelled in such a case.

Responsible Tourism

Nepal Adventure Team strongly believes that we all are equally responsible for acting in favor of the local people and the surrounding environment. Our clients too have an important role in

  • Respecting local laws, customs, and beliefs
  • Always ask for permission before doing something local or consult the leader
  • Keep the area the same as you found it, wherever you go, and dispose of rubbish
  • Support local skills to encourage positive sides of tourism.

Feedback and Reviews

This is very, very important for us. After your trip, we want your feedback whether it is good or bad since that's the way we can thrive further. To motivate you to finish the review or feedback online, we are going to give you an 8% discount on your next trip with us. Outstanding, isn't it?

Additional Information

For all additional information, go to Contact Us. Adventurers can also opt to use Everest base camp helicopter tour for shorter experiences who have only a little time to spare while trekking.

Client Reviews

  • Nia Thomas
    Rating Review by: Nia Thomas, Spain

    An Authentic Himalayan Journey!

    Salleri to Everest Base Camp Trek was a truly authentic Himalayan adventure.The trek itself was challenging yet achievable, with each day offering new landscapes and experiences. Standing at Everest Base Camp was a moment of triumph and awe, surrounded by the world's highest peaks.

  • Michael B.
    Rating Review by: Michael B., United States

    Off the Beaten Path!

    The Salleri to Everest Base Camp Trek was an incredible journey through remote and picturesque landscapes. Starting from Salleri added an interesting twist to the classic EBC trek, offering quieter trails and unique cultural encounters. The trek itself was challenging but rewarding, with breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks at every turn.

  • Sophia
    Rating Review by: Sophia, United Arab Emirates

    A Hidden Gem!

    Starting from Salleri provided us with a unique perspective of the Everest region, with quieter trails and authentic cultural experiences. The trek was well-paced, allowing us to acclimatize properly and enjoy the stunning scenery along the way. Reaching Everest Base Camp was a dream come true, with the majestic peaks surrounding us!