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NEPAL:  Everest Base Camp Trek -  Women's Private Tour

NEPAL: Everest Base Camp Trek - Women's Private Tour
29th March – 15th April 2018 - DISCOUNT Available

Destinations: NEPAL: Mt Everest Base Camp Trek

Tour Grading Challenging

Tour Commences In: Kathmandu

Number of Days: 17 days / 16 nights

Accommodation: 5, 3/2 star

Leaders: Austrailan

Tour Concludes In: Kathmandu

Tour Style: Hiking

Meals: 15 Breakfasts; 12 Lunches; 12 Dinners;

Transportation: Local Buses, Domestic Flight

Tour Summary

Have you ever considered travelling to Everest Base Camp?? If you are interested in going but are hesitant for whatever reason, then this this might be ideal for you.  It has to be the grandest walk in the world.
The Everest region is considered as one of the most spectacular trekking trails in the world providing memorable moments, long lasting and valuable memories that you will last a lifetime. This trip departs 29th March as this is considered one of the best times to hike to Everest base Camp.
It is also a wonderful opportunity to meet the brave Sherpa’s who fix ropes on Mt Everest for the mountaineers who are about to start their journey to summit Mt Everest.
This trip is designed for women by women with everything taken care of for you. If this is your first hike, we will guide you through the type of fitness you require and support you every step of the way.
So come along and join this all-inclusive luxury Everest Base Camp Hike.  Don’t hesitate to contact us to chat about the details. 

Tour Highlights

Hike to Mt Everest Base Camp

Tour Inclusions

•  All tipping whilst on tour (Valued at USD $150 per person) 

•  QBE Comprehensive Travel Insurance 

•  4 x Nights 5 star Luxury Accommodation at the famous Yak & Yeti Hotel Kathmandu 
(Valued at AUD $900) 

•  Private Return airport transfers in Kathmandu 

•  Private transportation throughout tour 

•  Return Internal flights Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu (Valued at USD $350) 

• 10kgs luggage allowance on flights/porters 

•  Twin share accommodation 

•  All accommodation on trek in local guest houses / twin share 

• 16 Breakfasts, 13 Lunches, 13 Dinners (Valued at over USD $765) 

•  Daily Seasonal fresh fruits during the trek days 

•  Sagarmatha National Park entry permits 

•  TIMS Permit 

•  An experience trained guide and Two porters (one porter per two pax), their food, 
accommodation, transportation, salary, insurance, and equipment 

•  The Rental of a Warm sleeping bag, warm down jacket, waterproof trek bag and walking 
stick, if necessary (Valued over USD $300) (Rental only) 

•  Land taxes 
Complimentary Inclusions 

•  Weekly Sunday walking trips (Melbourne base only) 

•  Fitness program for hiking Everest Base Camp 

•  Weekly Live Facebook Q&A on trip preparation, motivation & travel advice 

•  Guidance on trip preparation and advice on hiking products 


Minimum and Maximum Travellers on Tour:

Minimum number of travellers on tour – 8
Maximum number of travellers on tour – 12

*The price may change if the minimum number of travellers is not met. 



A deposit of AUD $1500 is due to secure your place on the tour and airfare. The deposit is non refundable. Balance is due 60 days prior to departure. 


Terms & Conditions:

*Travel restrictions apply.
Price is subject to change, availability, alteration and international currency fluctuations without notice.

A deposit of $1500 is payable at time of booking. 
Please note: while the deposit secures a place on the tour, consequently it does not guarantee the final price. In addition the final price is confirmed once paid in full. Tour price is based on a minimum of 8 passengers. If this number is not met, the tour may be repriced. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.
All prices are per person, based on twin occupancy.  


Travel Insurance Conditions:

The above included travel insurance is only for the nominated period above and only eligible for travellers under the age of 64, with no medical or pre existing conditions and only travelling to Nepal. Any alterations to ensure you have sufficient cover is an additional price and you will need to pay the difference. There are no discounts if you already have another travel insurance policy. 

Brief Itinerary

Day 01:    29th March 2018:    Australia to Kathmandu, Nepal:
Day 02:    30th March 2018:    Kathmandu Sightseeing & Trek Preparation:   
Day 03:    31st  March 2018:    Lukla (2886m) – Phakding (2640m) – 4 hours trekking:
Day 04:    1st April 2018:     Phakding (2640m) – Namche Bazaar (3,440) – 6 hours trekking:   
Day 05:    2nd April 2018:    Namche Bazaar rest day for acclimatization:   
Day 06:    3rd April 2018:    Namche Bazarr (3,440m) – Tengboche (3,867m) – 5 hours trekking:   
Day 07:    5th April 2018:    Tengboche (3,867m) – Dingboche (4,360m) – 5 hours trekking:   
Day 08:    6th April 2018:     Dingboche Rest day for acclimatization:   
Day 09:    7th April 2018:    Dingboche (4,360m) – Lobuche (4,930m) – 5 hours trekking:   
Day 10:    8th April 2018:    Lobuche (4,930m) – Gorakshep (5,170m) to Everest Base Camp (5,364m) – 7 hours trekking:
Day 11:    8th April 2018:    Gorakshep (5,170m) – Kalapatthar (5,545m) to Pheriche (4,240m) – 7 hours trekking:   
Day 12:    9th April 2018:    Pheriche (4,240m) – Tengboche (3,867) – 5 hours trekking: 
Day 13:  10th April 2018:    Tengboche (3,867m) – Namche Bazaar (3,440m) – Monjo (2,880m) – 6 hours trekking:   
Day 14:    11th April 2018:    Monjo (2,880m) – Lukla (2,860m) – 5 hours trekking:  
Day 15:    12th April 2018:    Lukla – Kathmandu:   
Day 16:   13th April 2018:    Kathmandu at Leisure:   
Day 17:   14th April 2018: Kathmandu Departure: 

Country Information

Nepal Womens Tour

Full Itinerary


Day 01:    29th March 2018:    Australia to Kathmandu, Nepal:

Welcome to Nepal! Our representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. Following check in, your tour leader will conduct a pre departure meeting in the hotel. The meeting will cover trip related information & the collecting your documents (passport copy, 2 passport size photos, travel insurance copy).
Overnight Kathmandu / Yak & Yeti 5 Star Hotel


Day 02:    30th March 2018:    Kathmandu Sightseeing & Trek Preparation:    (B)

Today we explore Kathmandu with a visit Hindus holy Pashupatinath temple. This is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the biggest Hundu temples of Lord Shiva in the world. Next we visit the Buddhanath Stupa, another world heritage listed site. This is one of the major focal points of Buddhists and also known as little Tibet.
We then travel to Sqayambhunath (monkey temple) which overlooks the Kathmandau Valley and one of the most powerful pilgrimages sites for Buddhists. Lastly we explore the Patan Durbar square which is rich in culture, heritage and its tradition of arts and crafts.
This evening is at your leisure, if you need to purchase any trek poles, extra suppliers your guide will show you the best areas to shop and use your negotiation skills.  Overnight Kathmandu


Day 3:    31st  March 2018:    Lukla (2886m) – Phakding (2640m) – 4 hours trekking: (B/L/D)

Early this morning we fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2886 meters). This flight offers spectacular views of the Himalayas and a great way to welcome you into the heart of the Himalayas. From Lukla we trek 4 hours to Phakding (2640 meters). We pass through several villages and farm lands with stunning scenery of hills and valleys before reaching our tea house on the Dudh River.
Overnight Phakding / Local guest house


Day 04:    1st April 2018:     Phakding (2640m) – Namche Bazaar (3,440) – 6 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

An exciting day as we follow the valley and hike up to 3,440 meters to Namche Bazaar. We cross a few swing bridges over the Dudh Koshi river before reaching the entrance gate of Sagarmatha National Park. After you are signed in and have your park pass we then walk uphill for a few hours to the bustling town of Namche Bazaar. This village has it all, ATM machines, cyber cafes, stores, shops and much more. This place is truly captivating.
Overnight Namche Bazaar / Local guest house


Day 05:    2nd April 2018:    Namche Bazaar rest day for acclimatization:    (B/L/D)

As we are now at 3440 meters above sea level, we need to rest our bodies with an acclimatisation day. This morning we visit the park museum which houses a great range of information from mountaineering, flora and fauna and Sherpa culture and religions. This area is also a perfect photo opportunity for your first glimpse of Mt Everest and the stunning Ama Dablam mountain. We then trek a little further to the Everest View hotel for another beautiful view of the surrounding mountains before returning back to Namche Bazaar to relax and enjoy the serenity.
Overnight Namche Bazaar / Local guest house


Day 06:    3rd April 2018:    Namche Bazarr (3,440m) – Tengboche (3,867m) – 5 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

After a good rest from our acclimatisation day in Namche, we start hiking along a gradual winding and wider path. We then start walking through conifer and rhododendron woodlands with striking views of Ama Dablam. As we walk further on we then have magnificent views of Mt Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamserku and Kwangde peak. After a short rest we start ascending through a nice serene forest to reach Tengboche Monastery which is a well renowned Buddhist Monastery and the biggest in the region. You can visit inside the Monastery while the monks are praying and you can even take a blessing fro the head lama priest for a successful and safe journey.
Overnight Tengboche / Local guest house


Day 07:    5th April 2018:    Tengboche (3,867m) – Dingboche (4,360m) – 5 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

We start today by descending to the Imjatse River passing the small village of Debuche before walking into beautiful birch-rhododendron and pines forests. We then have a gentle climb to reach the village of Pangboche and time for a rest. Afterwards the trail leads slowly through exposed landscapes with excellent views of Ama Dablam. After lunch we have gentle uphill trail to reach Dingboche located in the wonderful Imjatse valley.
Overnight Dingboche / Local guest house


Day 08:    6th April 2018:     Dingboche Rest day for acclimatization:    (B/L/D)

It is worth waking up at 5am for magical views of the Himalayas as the sun starts to come through (or have a much deserved sleep in). We have our second acclimatisation day as we are at 4360 and need our bodies to adjust before going higher. After breakfast we do a short hike to Nagarjun hills (4,820m) above Dingboche which offers amazing views of the snow capped peaks and where the north face of Ama Dabla, soars high above the Imjatse valley. You will also have views of Island Peak, Imjatse Peak and the world’s 5th highest mountain Mt Makalu. The afternoon is for you to relax and enjoy being in the heart of the Himalayas.
Overnight Dingboche / Local guest house


Day 09:    7th April 2018:    Dingboche (4,360m) – Lobuche (4,930m) – 5 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

Leaving Dingboche we take a gentle uphill path to reach the ridge which is surrounded in prayer flags, Stupas and excellent views of the valley and snow capped peaks all the way to Thugala. This is a small village and where the Khumbu glacier melts into a raging icy river. Its a climb from here as we reach Lobuche passing through a ridge with many memorials of the climbers. Once at the top its a pleasant walk to our guest house. 
Overnight Lobuche / Local guest house


Day 10:    8th April 2018:    Lobuche (4,930m) – Gorakshep (5,170m) to Everest Base Camp (5,364m) – 7 hours trekking: (B/L/D)

Today will be the highlight of the trek and one that will stay as a highlight in your memory for a lifetime. Today is the way we trek to Everest Base Camp. We start with a gentle climb to Glass Pyramid house, a metro-logical station. We then have a steep but short climb reaching the Khumbu glacier. We then hike further through the moraine of rocks and small icy streams to reach Gorakshep.
After a break we then continue our hike to Everest base camp along the moraine and ice and on reaching Everest base camp you can enjoy the atmosphere of the camp. You are then able to go to the edge of the camp and look at the terrifying Khumbu ice fall that mountaineers must combart in order to start their summit to Mt Everest. We then return back to Gorakshep feeling on top of the world after completing our goal to reach EBC!
Overnight Gorakshep / Local guesthouse


Day 11:    8th April 2018:    Gorakshep (5,170m) – Kalapatthar (5,545m) to Pheriche (4,240m) – 7 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

An early rise as we start with a steep hike to Kalapatthar for a stunning panoramic view of Mt Everest and surrounding peaks. This will be the highest point of this great adventure at 5,5,45m/ After embracing the thrilling scenery we then walk downhill to Gorakshep and continue all the way to Pheriche valley for our overnight stay.
*Kalapatthar is of course optional Overnight Pheriche / Local guest house


Day 12:    9th April 2018:    Pheriche (4,240m) – Tengboche (3,867) – 5 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

A nice pleasant walk downhill to Pangboche village. Then a short climb to Tengboche for our overnight stay.
Overnight Tengboche / Local guest house


Day 13:    10th April 2018:    Tengboche (3,867m) – Namche Bazaar (3,440m) – Monjo (2,880m) – 6 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

We start with a descent to the Imjatse River. Then a steep uphill climb for an hour then onto the gentle winding trail all the way to Namche Bazaar. After lunch we then continue downhill all the way through the Dudh Kosi River valley. There are a few ups and downs to the Sagarmathan National Park entrance and then continue to Monjo village where we spend the night.
Overnight Monjo / Local guest house


Day 14:    11th April 2018:    Monjo (2,880m) – Lukla (2,860m) – 5 hours trekking:    (B/L/D)

The final day of trekking as we return to the town of Lukla. This gives you time to explore the town and well as reflecting upon your achievement in the Himalayas.
Overnight Lukla / Local guest house


Day 15:    12th April 2018:    Lukla – Kathmandu:    (B)

We depart Luka in the morning and head back to Kathmandu. You will then have the afternoon to relax in our 5 star luxury hotel.
Overnight Kathmandu 


Day 16:   13th April 2018:    Kathmandu at Leisure:    (B)

We have this day reserved just in case of a flight delay in Lukla due to unfavourable weather conditions. You have this whole day at leisure.
Overnight Kathmandu


Day 17:   14th April Kathmandu Departure:    (B)

Following breakfast you will be transferred to the airport for homeward bound or forward journey.

Tour Hotels

Kathmandu:  Yak and Yeti Hotel  
Villages:    Tea Houses


Teahouses are mountain lodges that are located along many of the trekking routes in Nepal that provide meals and lodging. They are similar to mountain huts in the Alps except in Nepal you primarily get private rooms and a wide choice of food.
Teahouses are usually owned and lived in by a traditional family and you will be staying in rooms adjoining their home just like bed and breakfast accommodation in the UK.

Food and Drink

Teahouses have a variety of western and local (Nepali, Tibetan and Chinese) cuisine. The more remote and less travelled the route is, then usually the more rustic the lodging and simple the food is.
On the more popular routes you can find a wide variety of food and drink, like apple pies, homemade pizzas and fresh coffee. We all eat together in the dining room of the teahouse that normally has a wood fire. Each person orders what he or she wants from the menu so you are not forced to eat food you don't like and are not limited. Each person pays separately unless you are on an all-inclusive package with us.
On an all-inclusive trip with us you’ll have the option to choose what you like from the menu. The further and more remote you are, the more expensive food/drink items will be (remember everything will be carried in by porters or on the backs of yaks/donkeys). Though, even in the most far-flung destinations food is a very reasonable price.

On a trek with teahouses you will also stop en-route for hot drinks and snacks available to purchase from the teahouses. Beer, chocolate and other drinks and snacks are available to buy, even Pringles and Mars Bars. We recommend trying some of the home made alcoholic drinks that the locals brew as well as some of the exciting traditional foods.



Electricity is available to charge your cameras and other electronic devices for a small fee at most teahouses. Showers are also available at most places and are usually hot but they can't always be guaranteed due to unreliability with their power sources. Our guides are good at finding the better teahouses and know where the most reliable showers, thicker mattresses and best food can be found.
The rooms are very simple and usually have two beds, a table and a light. You put your own sleeping bag on the bed, (if you don’t have your own, we can hire you one for the duration of the trek), and the lodges will provide you with blankets at the colder altitudes to keep you nice and warm. Some of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms and western toilets but most have shared bathrooms and squat toilets. Long drops into pits have fortunately become a thing of the past and bathrooms on treks are kept clean. We will always provide you with the best rooms available at the best teahouse

Start Date End Date Luxury Deluxe Boutique Availability
880 29 Mar 2018 15 Apr 2018 $4,410.00 Space Limited Book Now



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