Earth's Paradise Treks & Expeditions

Enlisted in World Heritage site, Everest region is renowned all over the world because of the highest mountain on earth - the Mount Everest. Many trekkers and mountaineers visit this region every year and keep the new record in mountaineering history. The Everest region is very recently recorded (7th position) one of the top ten tourist destinations in the world which is only one in Southern Asia. There are many places and things to see. Glacial valley attracts the tourists from different parts of the world because of its unique specialty. Tibetan cultured and styled beautiful villages like Namche, Khumjung, Tyangboche, Dingboche, Pheriche, Machhermo and Phortse are located in the warm lap of the ice-cold Himalayas. Glacial lakes like Imja Tsho, Chola Tsho, Chokarma Tsho, Gokyo lake and Ngozamba Tsho etc have added the more beauty in nature. This is rich place for high country flora and fauna where can see the disappearing rare musk deer very closely, occasionally the snow leopard etc and rare Himalayan birds like lophophorous; the national bird of Nepal, kites, griffins vulture, spiny babbler etc in alpine forest. Life style of the mountain people, Tibetan culture and tradition, beautiful landscape, glacial valleys, high country floras and faunas and unique formation of the surrounding Himalayas like Mt. Everest, Lhoste, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Gokyo Ri, Ama Dablam, Kangtega and Thamserku etc are the attraction of the region. There are some other opportunities to climb the trekking peaks like Island peak (6189m), Mehra peak (5820m), Pokalde peak (5806m), Lobuche East (6119m), Kwangde peak (6187m), Pracharmo peak (6273m), Ramdang peak (5930m), Kusum Kanguru(6369m) and Mera north peak(6476m).

Package Itineary

(Average hike 4-6 hours a day)


Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu (1310m), hotel

Arrive Kathmandu, transfer to hotel, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swoyambhunath stupa tour, return to hotel, dinner and overnight.


Day 2: Fly to Lukla, hike to Phakding (2652m), teahouse

Have early breakfast, transfer to airport, fly to Lukla (2800); the gate way to Mt. Everest, then hike towards north along Bhote Koshi River valley, slightly down to get Phakding (2652m), stay over night in Phakding, nice view of snowy peak Kusum Kanguru 6369m can be viewed from Thado Khola (Kusum Khola).


Day 3: Phakding - Monju -Namche(3440m)

Have breakfast, hike to Monju- Sagarmatha National Park area starts from here. After registering the permits by the check post at the end of the town (Monju), hike down and up in the valley. There is about 640m steep climb to Namche with short distance. Explore Namche bazaar and enjoy exciting views of Mt. Everest(8848m), Nuptse(7896m), Thamserku(6808m), Nupla(5885m), Kongde Ri(6187m), Teng Kang Poche(6500m), Parcharmo(6273m), the river valley and Sherpa culture. 


Day 4: Rest day in Namche Bazaar (3440m) for acclimatization

Day hike can be made to Thame, Kunde or the hill saddle(3790m) just above Sangboche(3760); the view point of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Kangtega(6685m) and other major peaks in this region. The excellent view of the mountains, villages and meandering river valleys allures everyone. The museum by the hill saddle of Namche Bazar is another attraction where we can collect the broad knowledge about the entire Khumbu region.


Day 5: Namche - Tengboche (3867m)

The trail passes through the forest of pine, silver birch and rhododendrons. This is the musk deer country where can be seen the musk deer, Himalayan Monal, cheer pheasants and occasionally the snow leopard very closely. Tengboche is not only famous for the view; it has the great religious history where the monastery situated. The newly rebuilt monastery is designed as previous brunt down monastery. The trail is mainly up and down, the way to Gokyo separates straight from Tasingo village.


Day 6: Tengboche - Dingboche (4350m)

After passing through the rhododendron forest, trail heads up along the glacial valley. Pangboche village looks very nice on the foothill of Ama Dablam, the frequent avalanches draw attention of the tourists. The trail to Makalu Barun National Park, Imja Tse and Chhukung Ri separates from here. There are some trekking peaks like Kongde and Pokalde peaks that are usually done from here. There is cellular phone service available.


Day 7: Rest day in Dingboche for acclimatization,

Day hike can be made to Chhukung village, Chhukung Ri, Imja Tse Base Camp, icy lake at the bottom of Ama Dablam from south side and Pheriche. Hiking up in the day and staying down at night is the excellent exercise for the altitude. It is always wise to walk slowly in the higher elevation.


Day 8: Dingboche - Lobuche (4930m)

The way to Dughla is slightly up then starts about 300m steep but gentle climb. After the steep part, the trail follows the narrow gully slightly upward all the way to Lobuche. There are very few lodges in Lobuche. Due to the lack of space, it’s hard to get rooms there in April and October, so it would be better to have light tents for sleeping.


Day 9: Lobuche-Kalapattar 5545m (Everest view point)- back to Lobuche

Get up early, have enough hot fluid, then start hiking, everyone should have flash light for safe walking along the moraine. We can have breakfast in Gorakshep (5180m), however it would be better to take power bars and water with you to maintain energy for the steep part between Gorakshep and Kalapattar. It is short distance and gentle walk to Kalapattar but it takes long time than expected due to the altitude. For the best view of the Mt. Everest, one has to be there before 9:00am. Including Mt. Everest, Kalapattar provides the excellent views of Nuptse (76896m), Pumori (7145m), Lingtren (6697m), Gokyo, Kangtega, Ama Dablam, Thamserku and small portion of Lhotse (8501m), exotic Himalayan peaks as well as the great glacial valley of Khumbu region. We often see terrible frequent avalanches and active glaciers which draw attention of the people. Terrible and wonderful blizzard at the top of Mt. Everest always looks very beautiful. It can be made the long loop to Gorakshep via Pumori Base Camp (PBC) and Everest Base Camp (EBC) but it is hard to keep the body balance while walking in the rocky inclines. Instead of Kalapatthar, one can go to Everest Base Camp (5200m) but the excellent view of the Mt. Everest cannot be seen from there. However we can have great experience of active Khumbu glacier, ice-bowls, Everest/Lhotse expedition camps and lots of expedition trashes including used oxygen cylinders.

Wonderful snowy peaks, hanging icefalls, active glaciers, rocky inclines, high country flora and fauna, meandering river valleys and Sherpa culture allure the people from the different parts of the world.


Day 10-13: Hike back from Lobuche to Lukla

Hike down to Lukla on the same way. However we have little different route option to join Namche Bazaar via Khujung valley from Sangnasa. On the way back it takes less time to hike down where the oxygen lever is higher. We arrive Lukla with night stops in Tenboche, Namche and Phakding.


Day 14: Fly back to Kathmandu, sightseeing in Kathmandu valley, hotel

After breakfast, fly to Kathmandu in the morning, day trip to monkey temple-Swoyambhunath and Bauddhanath. Dinner and overnight.


Day 15: Sightseeing and shopping in Kathmandu, hotel

The day is dedicated to explore artistic ancient temple of Lord Shiva- the Pashupatinath temple complex then we visit the medieval era artistic monumental city of Bhaktapur. We will have typical Nepali lunch in Raniban with host family. Return to the hotel. Shopping and relax in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight.


Day 16: Fly back home.

Have breakfast, program is over, plan for another trip of transfer to airport, fly back home.

Detailed Trip Cost

Entire trip cost per person (USD): $2699 // 1pax complimentary for above 10 paid guests group


Trip cost includes:
All accommodation (twin sharing basis) & food; three meals a day -breakfast, lunch and dinner (except bar bill), insured crew (guide, porters, donkeys, dzopa, yaks), all essential permits, all domestic transportation as per the itinerary, service charge and government taxes.

Trip cost does not include:
Personal expenses (like laundry, communication, alcohol, cold drinks and bottled water during trekking), gratuity to serving crew, emergency evacuation, international airfare, visa, your travel insurance and any kind of gifts and donation.

Payment system

  • 80% of total trip budget must be paid in advance (the amount should be appeared to our account just two weeks before the trips) for domestic transportation, permits, hotel bookings reconfirmation and essential preparations.
  • Balance can be paid before or during/after the trip.

Refund system
In case of trip cancellation in the last 10 days of group arrival, 50% of the deposited amount will be deducted. If the trip cancels 10 days before the group arrival, we settle the full amount in next trip.

Special Feature

Highest mountain range -Everest peak (8,848.86m) with Everest massif & Khumbu glacier, dozens of sky soaring peaks, high country rich flora & fauna and Sherpa culture, traditional villages... 

  • Trip Facts

  • Destination

    Everest And Eastern Nepal Trek
  • Activity

  • Start/End Point

  • Duration

    16 day / 15 night
  • Grade

  • Season

    Summer Spring Fall Autumn
  • Group Size

    1- 16pax
  • Hotel/Accomdation

    Hotel (5 star) and teahouse
  • Highest Elevation

    4930m (night stop/Lobuche), 5545m (Kalapatthar/Everest view point)