03 September 2013

How Much Does an Everest Base Camp Trek Cost?

To read all posts on my Everest Base Camp trek, click here for the complete series.


my porter Dhan Kumar and guide Madan
Taking a 5 to 10-minute break in the middle of nowhere. With my porter Dhan Kumar (left) and guide Madan (right). That thing seen at a distance is a suspension bridge.  

People think an Everest Base Camp trek is costly. I always say it depends on where you're coming from. It's definitely not dirt cheap, but it's something you can realistically save up for. The biggest expense is airfare--so if you live in Asia like I do and you want to go on an EBC trek, consider yourself luckier than those living in North America and Europe.

But if you remove airfare costs from the equation, here's how much you should budget for an Everest Base Camp trek:


Guides and Porters. Guides are normally paid anywhere in between US $20-40/day and porters for US $10-15/day, excluding tips. The fee already includes their food and teahouse lodgings. You can also hire a porter-guide (a combination of both) if all you need is just one person to accompany you. However, I wouldn't know how much a porter-guide would charge; I had a separate guide and a porter during my own EBC trek. (I was glad to have both. I didn't feel like carrying my own stuff which is about 10 kilos, since I had a fractured collarbone years back, and it has never really felt the same before the injury. Carried my own day pack though, which was about 3-5 kilos.)
Everest Base Camp Trek - playing cards with my guide and porter
Downtime with Dhan Kumar and Madan. We normally play cards after a day's trek.

Standard tip is usually 20%, but if you are very happy with your guide and/or porter, 40% of the total fee would be great.

I've been very lucky to have a really excellent guide and porter with me. We ate together, played cards until we couldn't see in the dark anymore, and we laughed on the trail a lot.

Sometimes, while waiting for a herd of yaks to pass, we would dance to an invisible beat--or worse, they would teach me a Nepalese trekking song, and I'd fail horribly at memorizing the lyrics. The Nepalis are generally friendly people, so do take some time to know your guide and/or porter. They are going to be, after all, your companions for the entire 12-day trek, so it's good to establish a rapport with them.

Side note: Porters usually carry a maximum load of 20 kilos, so in group treks, it is normal for two people to share a porter as long as the combined load doesn't exceed the maximum.  I asked Dhan Kumar what's the heaviest non-trek-related load he's ever carried in his life, and he replied, "105 kilos."  Super Sherpa indeed. But even if they've been doing this most of their lives, I really couldn't bear seeing so many porters carry heavy packs on the trail, and I felt relieved that Dhan Kumar only had to deal with my 10 kilos for the entire 12 days.


Food, Lodging, and Miscellaneous Items. Budgeting for food and lodging can be a little tricky simply because things get more expensive as you go up. A 1-liter bottle of mineral water, for example, can cost 100 NPR (Nepalese Rupees) in Lukla, or US $1, but can go as high as 300 NPR (US $3) in Gorak Shep, past the 5,000-meter altitude level. Everything is carried up the mountains by yak or by Sherpas, so naturally, as goods get scarcer at certain heights, the price goes up as well.

Here's a rough breakdown of how much things cost on the trail:

price list at Tengboche teahouse
Cute price list at my teahouse in Tengboche. This is how
much things cost at an elevation of 3,800 meters. Yes, I
would love some eXpresso coffee!
  • teahouse lodging: 350-500 NPR per room per night (w/ shared common toilet & shower) and 1,000-1,500 NPR per room per night (w/ private toilet & shower). But do not expect all teahouses to have rooms with private showers and toilets. Usually, the higher one goes up, the more basic the accommodations are. One to two persons can fit in 1 room, which is normally composed of 2 single beds, a side table and clothing hooks on the wall.
  • food: 200-500 NPR per meal (when you reach Lobuche and Gorak Shep, meals start to be 400-500 NPR each)
  • water: 100-300 NPR per 1-liter bottle
  • hot tea/chocolate/coffee: 100-200 NPR per cup, 200-400 NPR per pot, 300-600 NPR per thermos
  • bucket shower / gas shower: 200-500 NPR
  • battery charging: 100-300 NPR per hour
  • Wi-Fi: 100-300 NPR per hour
  • a bar of chocolate: I remember paying 100 NPR per bar at lower levels, and around 300 NPR for a bar of Bounty chocolate past Tengboche! 

Expect to spend US $15 per day on food, lodgings and other optional niceties (as mentioned above) during the first 3 days, and then around US $18-25 per day as you go higher. Again, these are estimates, as the prices are not all the same as you go up and down the Everest trail.

It's okay to have a tight budget, but try and 'treat' yourself to something nice once in a while (like a hot shower or a pot of tea). When you're tired from a day's trek or just feeling really crummy at some point, it's the little treats that help you feel better.


Other Expenses. A roundtrip domestic Kathmandu-Lukla flight costs around US $324 (new rate as of September 1, 2013), while costs for trekking cards and entrance fee to the Sagarmatha (Everest) region vary, depending if you're trekking independently or through an agency. The required Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card can be acquired at Kathmandu or at a sort of registration/check point in Monjo before reaching Namche Bazaar. This card allows the government to keep track of all trekkers within the Sagarmatha Region for safety reasons. A blue TIMS card like mine (around US $10)  is issued to trekkers using the services of a trek agency, while a green card (around US $20) is given to independent trekkers. The yellow slip is the entrance permit which costs about US $28 (3,000 NPR).

Sorry, had to remove my passport-sized photo here. I mean, let's face it. Nobody looks good in their passport photo,
and nobody wants to broadcast that kind of photo to the rest of the world.

And don't forget to buy travel insurance before setting out on a trek. I paid US $95 for World Nomads travel insurance, which is recommended by Lonely Planet, as this covers adventure sports and activities such as hiking up to 6,000 meters. Good for you if you can find travel insurance in your own country that supports such 'risky' activities. I couldn't find any in the Philippines! Fortunately, you can buy a World Nomads insurance policy online, even on the day before you travel.


So what's the total? If you do end up trekking independently (meaning you hire your own guide and/or porter, and do all food and lodging arrangements by yourself) and not go through an agency, you'll spend a total of around US $1,000-$1,250 on the Everest Base Camp trek, excluding international flights and hotel/hostel lodgings in Kathmandu. The said trek costs can go lower if you share a room with someone.

P.S. If you live in Asia and you're looking for budget airfare to Nepal, AirAsia offers the cheapest flight I've seen so far via the Kuala Lumpur-Kathmandu-Kuala Lumpur leg.  Now, all you have to figure out (if you're not based in Malaysia) is to find a cheap plane ride from your own country to KL. FYI, I traveled via Thai Airways, but in hindsight, I should have done the whole AirAsia thing to save more on costs.


What I spent. To be honest, I learned about some of the above-mentioned prices by asking fellow trekkers while I was on the trail; I also took down notes on costs of food and miscellaneous items I saw on teahouses along the way. However, I did not trek independently because I opted to have all logistics done through a local Nepalese trekking agency, Himalayan Planet Adventures. Arranging things through an agency is admittedly pricier, but it was the right decision for me. I did not want the hassle of looking for my own guide and porter, nor did I want to find a teahouse at the end of each trekking day and settle the bills for food and lodging every single morning.

When I arranged for this EBC trek, my 33rd birthday was coming up, and I wanted to treat myself and allow for a no-hassle type of trek. (Just to let you know what kind of traveler I am, I went DIY and backpacked independently in Western Europe and in other parts of Asia.  As for Egypt, being a Muslim country with safety requirements, I arranged for a local Egyptian agency to take me around Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel and the White Desert.)

And when I computed the difference between the Everest Base Camp trekking package I got and the expected costs of trekking independently, the price difference wasn't much in my own opinion.  The full package cost included my 4-star hotel in Kathmandu (splurged a bit in celebration of my birthday!), teahouse lodgings for the whole 12-day trek, guide and porter fees, all permits and fees, domestic flights, airport transfers, and other nice inclusions. The package allowed me to pick ANY food item on the menu in any teahouse I was in, and I could also have my choice of hot drink with each meal plus a bowl of soup a day. This may not seem much of an advantage when you're in lower altitude levels, but food costs tend to add up as you ascend. (I think three square meals at Gorak Shep already cost 1,700 NPR, including the hot drinks.)

You can also arrange with your local trek agency to offer 3-star Kathmandu hotel or hostel lodgings in the package instead of 4-star/5-star accommodations. They are pretty flexible and can handle reasonable travel requests easily.

Miscellaneous expenses I shelled out personally were mineral water, hot showers, energy treats (like chocolate), toilet paper, battery charging and Wi-Fi. Depending on how much of a shutter bug you are and how long your camera battery lasts, expect to charge 2-3 times on the way up to base camp. Better yet, bring a fully-charged spare batt to save on charging costs.

To each his own, really. To me (and I'm sure other trekkers would share my opinion), there is great value in going through a local agency.

But not all trekkers are the same, nor do we all have the same kind of budget or the same idea on how an adventure like Everest Base Camp should be.  Some even choose to really rough it and go camping all the way up! (Which is surprisingly MORE expensive than the regular teahouse trek, by the way.)  So choose whichever trekking option suits you best.

Everest Base Camp trek - a typical teahouse dining hall
A typical teahouse common dining hall. Food is cooked and served here.  


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If you want the same Everest Base Camp trek experience I had, visit Himalayan Planet Adventures and go for the 16-day Everest Base Camp trek package.




18 comments:

  1. Great description. Please click the link Everest Base Camp Trek for more details. Naba - Adventure Consultant @ Himalayan Planet Adventures P. Ltd.

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  2. We (a couple from Sweden) did the Everest base camp trek in late Oct- beginning of Nov 2013. It was great! the main trekking season, but we still had really nice weather and nice days in the mountains. We flew into Lukla and hiked for a total of 12 days. Our original plan was 13 days of trekking, but due to bad weather we were delayed for one day on our way to Lukla. Since we missed one of our acclimatization days, our trek became one day shorter and we did not make it to Kala pattar or Everest base camp. If it is important for you to reach base camp, you have to make a deal with your Independent trekking guide ; otherwise you will not be able to reach your goal without the risk of getting altitude sickness if you are short on days. On our way down we walked to Khumjuung and visited Khunde, which we really liked and recommend. We used the guide book “Trekking the Everest Region” by Jamie McGuiness, and we really enjoyed to read it during the evenings.
    Our trip was organized by Mr. Sanjib Adhikari and his “Nepal Guide info Trek” www.nepalguideinfo.com for approximately 1200 USD per person he met us at the airport, arranged and paid for our room at Katmandu Guesthouse. The price also included the plane ticket Katmandu – Lukla –Katmandu, He was very Nice and a porter. During the trek, all food (but not drinks) and accommodation was also included. We recommend using Sanjib and his services, he met all our expectations and we are very happy with our trip. We defiantly recommended to him
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  3. Everest Base Camp Himalayas.... all I can say is do it!! Thankyou Sanjib Adhikari for everything!”
    5 of 5 starsReviewed October 5, 2013
    Am currently sitting in Lukla (the worlds shortest runway), waiting till tomorrow for hopefully clear skies and takeoff back to Kathmandu, what an adventure I have had here in the himalayas for almost two weeks!!!!
    After googling reviews and emailing a few tour operators, I decided to go with Sanjib Adhikari from www.nepalguideinfo.com. Email sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com Best decision ever and after making friends along the trek who were unhappy with their guides they have also decided to employee Sanjib on their next nepal trek. Having an experienced guide (over 150 trips to EBC), he made our time, informative, stressfree. We got headaches like most trekkers, but didnt suffer altitude sickness as we were continually monitored. The best thing about having a guide is having everything taken care of for the whole trip, not worrying about flights, passes, meals, nothing.. just enjoying the journey.. and what a journey.. The weather changed with the days and well as the scenery, so pack for all conditions, but dont worry you can buy or hire everything in Kathmandu or in Lukla or Namche Bazaar along the way.
    We took 12 days because we had a short time frame, but most people seem to take 14 days for the EBC trip. Everyday of the walk is different and beautiful with only two of the days being somewhat harder than the rest, but manageable. I dont think this will be my only time to the himalayas, I now want to trek the Annapurna trail. This place is magical.
    I recommend bringing baby wipes,tissues and antibiotics and nurofen.
    The children are so cute along the way, watching and being inspired by the hard working sherpas and the hospitality at the teas houses are just some highlights. The food is fine, i enjoyed my meals the whole way, the accomodation was better than i expected and the toilets not being so good... bring antibacterial wipes
    I highly recommend this trip and again Sanjib Adhikari made the trip run so smoothly, he is such a hardworking man who started as a porter and now is an amazing guide.

    Enjoy your trip to Nepal,

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