Everest Base Camp Trek

Want to experience life at one of the world's highest base camps?

 

Kathmandu has joined forces with the Australian Himalayan Foundation to offer this once-in-a-lifetime Everest Base Camp trek. 

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During your 19-day adventure, you'll be guided by a representative of the Australian Himalayan Foundation on a fully supported Everest Base Camp trek. Challenge yourself through some of Nepal's most pristine and awe-inspiring mountain routes while enjoying the hospitality of some of the most interesting and friendly people in the world. 

The Everest Base Camp trek is so much more than a physical challenge. This is a chance to forge a deep connection with the Nepalese culture and an understanding of the prominence the country's snow-capped mountains play in its identity. Along your travels, visit one of the AHF-supported schools in the Khumbu region as well as the world-famous Tengboche Monastery, the region’s largest monastery at 3,867 metres above sea level.

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Three people hiking in Nepal

Highlights

  • Take a fully supported trek to Everest Base Camp and spend a night in the most famous base camp in the world

  • Soak up the legendary warmth of the Sherpa people
  • Visit an AHF-supported school and learn about the Foundation's programs for economic development in rural areas
  • Explore the Khumbu Icefall, which sits at the foot of Everest itself
  • Explore the city that gave us our namesake, Kathmandu
  • Skip over white-capped mountains in a flight to Lukla, the gateway of the Everest region

Fundraising

You’ll be supporting the Australian Himalayan Foundation's life-changing work with the communities of the Solukhumbu by fundraising or donating $1,000.

Trip Details

Your Everest Base Camp Adventure will take place between 10 April 2020 – 28 April 2020. For more details about the trip, check out the full itinerary here. 

Taking on the Everest Base Camp trek responsibly

The government of Nepal aims to attract two million tourists each year by 2020. That is twice the population of Nepal itself. Waste management remains one of the largest problems associated with this tourism to Nepal. Check out our Helpful or Harmful page to learn more about how you can be a sustainable traveller. 

Check out how you can take on the Everest Base Camp trek the right way, with tips that can collectively have a huge impact on Nepal's ability to continue being one of the world's most gracious and friendly hosts. 

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Who are the Australian Himalayan Foundation? 

The Australian Himalayan Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life of those living in remote areas of the Himalaya. They work in partnership with these communities to help the most disadvantaged meet their needs through integrated improvements in education, health and the environment. Learn more about the AHF here. 

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