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Everest Base camp trek from Jiri - 22 Days

Everest Base camp trek from Jiri
All Inclusive Price

US$ 1665 US$ 1600


Overview

Trip Standard

Tea-House and Lodge

Trip Grade

Moderate to Adventurous

Total Duration

21 nights and 22 days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)

Best Season

All season except July & August (wet season)

Highest Spot

5,545 meters at Kalapathar top

Trip Highlights

  • Trekking to the world’s highest Mt. Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek.
  • Amazing scenery of awesome panorama throughout the trek.
  • Visiting traditional villages enriched with old culture and religion.
  • Home of the Highlanders the Sherpa of Solu and Khumbu region of Everest.
  • Into tranquil woodland of beautiful rhododendrons, pines, and birch trees.

Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek located region of Eastern Nepal is not only home to Mt. Everest, but also to other impressive eight thousand peaks like Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu. Inarguably the most popular region in the whole Himalayas for mountaineering and trekking adventures alike, the region boasts innumerable silver peaks, colossal glaciers and cobalt lakes, picturesque alpine hamlets, and two big national parks. The region is versatile in terms of vegetation, topography, and culture, thus providing trekkers with an array of trekking itineraries to choose from. Be it a strenuous and adventurous Everest High Pass trek or a more laid-back Everest panorama trek, there is something for everyone. However, a trek route that is timeless, a classic, and the most wholesome among all is the Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek.

Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek route is a historic trail to the top of the world which was first successfully led by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953 AD, marking the first-ever successful expedition of Mount Everest. The trek trail goes through the beautiful Jiri Valley which is also known as the Switzerland of Nepal.

The 23-day long Jiri Everest Base camp trek trail passes through iconic high-hill and sub-alpine settlements of Dolakha, Ramechap, and Solukhumbu which enables trekkers to be in close proximity to the massive high hills and mountains and be a part of the rich lifestyle and culture of the village people.

The Trek itinerary involves some of the famous viewpoints and settlements like Namche Bazaar, Monasteries of Tengboche and Dingboche, and viewpoints like Gorakshep and Kala Patthar. Throughout the route from Namche Bazaar to the Everest base camp, we will have excellent views of Mt. Everest and other equally mesmerizing peaks above 8,000m like Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), Mt. Makalu (8,485m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,188m) and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m).

In addition to being a time-honored trail to Everest that allows you to savor all its natural beauty, Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek also is a perfect route to witness the unique, rich culture of the Sherpa people. As the elevation increases, we will be able to trek through several picturesque Sherpa villages that showcase the beautiful alpine settlements that have been successfully accustomed to mountain life for many centuries. Thus, in this way, this trek is not only an adventure-packed nature trek but also a rare cultural trek that offers experiences of the unique lifestyle and tradition of the celebrated Sherpa people.

The Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary can be customized as per your choice. New places and new activities can be added to the routine to further enrich your trekking experience. For instance, if you want to stretch the time of your stay in the Himalayas, you can incorporate the Gokyo Chola pass to Everest base camp Trek or Everest High Passes Trek into the itinerary. The most suitable time to undertake the trek is the seasons of autumn (October and November) and spring (April and May). The months have been elected on the basis of visibility and climate.

 

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Day 1 : Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

On reaching Kathmandu via respective airlines, our TH staff will receive with courtesy transfer to hotels in the center of Kathmandu around the Thamel area, an interesting to be with many shops, stores, and excellent world-class restaurants, with time for a short walk and to buy necessary items for the trip, in the hotel, our guide will inform and brief regarding trekking and other important things.

Accomodation
Hotel
Day 2 : Drive to Jiri 1,900 m -07 hrs journeys.

A long day's journey, so starting early morning from Kathmandu for the drive to Jiri, this interesting scenic drive passes through interesting towns and villages through the Himalayan foothills, through towns of Dhulikhel, Chrikot, and then to Jiri for an overnight stop, Jiri one of the nice towns often called as Switzerland of Nepal Himalaya.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1900
Day 3 : Trek to Shivalaya 1,770 m – 05 hrs.

After a good stop in Jiri, starting the first day walk leaving behind Jiri and the motorable road behind, the walk continues with a climb to a hilltop with fabulous views of surrounding scenery with Jiri town below, and then descending towards a river valley to Shivalaya village for overnight stop, a fair size village with the number of lodges for travelers.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1770
Day 4 : Trek to Bhandar (Chyangma) 2,195 m – 05 hrs

From Shivalaya to Bhandar a nice and moderate trek, starting the morning walk with an hour-slow climb to the small village of Sangbadanda, then on the winding gradual path passing many farm villages and forested area, then reaching a stream with a climb through the cool shade of rhododendron pine, oaks tree lines, after few hours of good walk reaching Deurali pass top at 2, 715 meters, after lunch at Deurali a long downhill for about two hours to reach Bhandar village for overnight stop, passing into interesting large Stupa enclosed inside a wall and then through villages and farm-fields till Bhandar or Chyangma village is reached, this village with mix tribes of people Tamangs, Newars, but predominantly Sherpa people.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2195
Day 5 : Trek to Sete 2,575 m – 06 hrs.

The morning walk continues with a downhill walk into the cool shade of forest and farm terraces and passing several farm villages to reach Kenja village at 1,634m, Kenja is a nice moderate size village, situated in a warm valley just beneath the high hills of Lamjura and Pikey danda, offering views of Numbur peaks. After Kenja, steep uphill climbs all the way to an overnight stop at Sete village from here onwards the temperature gets cooler.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2575
Day 6 : Trek to Junbesi 2,675m via Lamjura-la 3,530 m -06 hrs.

Starting the trek with a cool morning then heading towards Lamjuta-la pass with a slow steep climb into the dense forest of rhododendrons, pines, and oaks trees then through many small farmlands and hamlets, after a few hours of steady uphill walk reaching the top of a Lamjura pass with a big stupa and lodges, from here a long descend through forest of firs and rhododendron trees all the way to Sherpa village at Toctoc, from here continue walk on the gradual winding path to Junbesi, from the ridge looking at Junbesi way below, then with a final descend to Junbesi, a nice large village inhabited mostly by Sherpa people, this village with a nice interesting monastery and a high school sponsored by Sir Edmund Hillary Trust.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3530
Day 7 : Trek to Nunthala (Manidingma) 2,190 m – 06 hrs.

After a wonderful time at Junbesi, a morning walk leads on the winding smooth path with the first glimpse of Mt. Everest with other snow-capped mountains, after a break here heads down to the river, after crossing the bridge with a short climb to Ringmo village, stop here for lunch as time permits after leaving Ringmo, an hour of gradual slow climb into a forest of pines and rhododendron trees then reaching Trakshindu pass at 3,070m marked with mani and shortens with grand views of Numbur, Kusum Kangguru, Thamersarkhu, and Kantega peaks. From here a long downhill walk to Nunthala through Takshindo village with an old monastery, continue descending through the forest, and then reach farmland on the outskirts of the village, after reaching the bottom of Takshindo hill a short walk to Nuntahla also known as Manidingma, a large mid hill village of Rai tribe and Sherpa people.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2190
Day 8 : Trek to Bupsa Danda 2,250 m – 06 hrs.

The air gets much cooler as the walk leads closer to the Khumbu area after being in the Solu region, the morning walk starts with a downhill through the forest area to the bridge over the Dudh Kosi River, from here crosses the raging Dudh Kosi River, then leading on the slow winding uphill trail to Jubing village, around this area are warm with citric trees and plants, after Jubing following an uphill path to Kharikhola 2,200m, a large village with Sherpa and Magar inhabitants, after a break here heading towards next hill, after crossing a river tributary of Kharikhola, then it leads to a steep climb for an hour to our overnight stop at Bupsa a small village, located on the ridge overlooking fabulous views of rolling hills and valleys.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2250
Day 9 : Trek to Surkhe 2,295 m – 06 hrs.

From Bupsa a slow steady walk reaches into the Khumbu region as the air gets much cooler from here onwards, The morning walk starts with an uphill climb through a mixed alpine forest and some small wild and bird life, like pheasant, which is abundant along this area. The walk continues climbing over Kharte Dande passing at 3,880m high above the Dudh Kosi river, The morning walk reaches Puiyan village at 2,800m, a nice place in the middle of a forest.

From Puiyan after lunch, walking on the winding trail, with a view of Lukla town and its airstrip, from the ridge top, our route descends to Surkhe village for the overnight stop, Surkhe is located just below Lukla.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2295
Day 10 : Trek to Phakding 2,650 m – 05 hrs

After Surkhe morning head towards the main trekking trail passing Muse and Chowrikharka farm village near Lukla. Being in the isolated area for many days, from here onwards on the famous route to Everest Base Camp where the trail from Lukla joins at a small Choplung village, walking is easier and pleasant on the gradual path all the way to Phakding with a few small ups in between, reaching at Tarhe Khola, with a wonderful view of Kusum-Kangru 6,369m, after crossing the bridge with a short climb reaches to Ghat village, from here onwards an hour of pleasant walk to Phakding village for overnight stop by the bank of Dudh-Kosi River.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2650
Day 11 : Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440 m – 05 hrs.

The morning walk starts with an easy walk with a few ups following the river Dudh Kosi most of the way, crossing the same river by suspension bridge reaching Monjo village a nice village with lodges catering the trekkers for many years, a view of Thermasharkhu peak and Khumbi-la mountain the patron god of Khumbu area, Monjo is the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park at the park entrance a rest after getting the permits to travel this area requires Park permits with fees and as well TIMS ( Trekking Information Management System) after a brief rest here continue walk crossing the bridge over Dudh Kosi and to Jorsalle village for lunch, this is the only village for 2-3 hours till Namche is reached. From here walk on the river bed for a while and then after crossing the last bridge over Imjatse River (which joins Dudh Kosi) an uphill walk for a few hours through a beautiful alpine forest lined with rhododendrons, pines, and fir trees with the awesome mountain scenery of Kwangde, Kusum Kanguru if the day is a clear view of Mt. Everest and Lhotse also, after a hard climb of few hours reaching famous Namche Bazaar the Sherpa capital of Khumbu region with many houses with lodges, hotels, pubs, restaurant with fresh bakery and cyber café, health post, post office, and banks.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3440
Day 12 : Rest Day at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization and excursion.

It an important and necessary to have a rest day or 2 nights at this altitude to safeguard from AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) where drinking plenty of fluids helps but not alcoholic drinks which dehydrate you. In Namche optional walks around the neighboring area up to Everest View Hotel (believed as world's highest hotel at 3,880 meters) a 2-3 hour hike with promising mountain views of Mt. Everest and the magnificent Ama Dablam peak, or a walk to the top of Namche hill with an aerial view of Namche with Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Tawache, Tarmasarku, Kwangde, and Ama Dablam peaks and visit the interesting museum with full of information of this Khumbu area, afternoon at leisure to browse around the bazaar with nice stores, this place is flooded with locals and trekkers on Saturday big market.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Day 13 : Trek to Tengboche 3,867 m – 05hrs.

Morning with a short climb to the ridge above Namche and then on the pleasant walk for the first half of the day with views after views of mountains and surrounding beautiful landscapes and into nice woodland and then on the downhill slope for an hour to reach lunch break at Phungi-tenga located in a gorge by the river Imjatse and in the middle of alpine woodland.After a refreshing moment starting with an uphill for 2 hours through nice tree lines of rhododendrons and pines with beautiful views of snow-clad peaks and finally reaching the famed Tengboche Monastery (Gomba) for an overnight stop.

This beautiful scenic spot offers tremendous views of peaks that encircle this place with Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and towering Mt. Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, Thermasharkhu, and Kwangde peaks, afternoon visit this interesting monastery with Lama and monks chanting prayer at the main hall statue of Sakyamuni Buddha and with thanka paintings around the wall and ceiling and then visit the small museum.

Food
B
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3867
Day 14 : Trek to Dingboche 4,260 m – 05hrs.

After an interesting impressive time here, a morning walk leads to a descent through a nice serene forest passing a few prayer walls, and then crossing a bridge over the raging Imjatse River, after the bridge a slow uphill walk with few steep climbs and descent to Pangboche village (the last permanent village on route to Everest base camp)

From here a short steep climb to Shomare a small settlement popular stop for lunch on the route trekking higher, after lunch a gradual uphill climb on the windy exposed terrain and crossing the same river and with a climb for an hour reaching our overnight stop at Dingboche a nice place located at the start of Imjatse valley beneath the towering Ama Dablam North Face and Mt. Lhotse with nice views of Island / Imjatse peak towards east.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4260
Day 15 : Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m – 05 hrs.

From Dingboche with good night's rest, the morning walk leads to a short climb over a hill festooned with prayer flags and Buddhist payer monuments, overlooking superb views of Imjatse Valley, Ama Dablam North Face, Island / Imjatse Peak, and world’s 5th highest Mt. Makalu towards east the peaks of Twache and Cholatse looks closer from this spot, from here on the gentle uphill path leading to a small place at Thukla for a lunch stop, where the trail from Gokyo via Tshola and Pheriche meets and as well Khumbu glacier melts into the torrential river. After a nice break here a steep climb for an hour to the cairn of Thulga pass top, where many tombs and memorials are placed of the unfortunate mountaineers, from here a good walk for another hour brings at Lobuche for overnight stop, Lobuce with more than good lodges around beneath the Lobuche East and West Peaks.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4930
Day 16 : Trek to Gorak Shep 5,170 m and Everest Base Camp 5,364 m and return to Gorakshep – 06 hrs.

Today this awesome journey leads to our goal and highlight of this great trip, a morning walk on the gentle slope for a few hours passing near the metrological stations of glass pyramids managed by Nepal and Italian scientists on the glacier of this area. From here walk leads over the rocky moraine and ice and below Khumbu glacier with views of Everest, Nuptse, and Mt. Pumori after crossing the moraine area reach Gorakshep located on route Everest base camp and Kalapathar climb with Mt. Pumori soaring above this flat valley. After a good rest continue walking for 2-3 hours to Everest Base Camp through glacier and moraine sections, on reaching Everest Base Camp grand views of Nuptse, Lho-la, Changtse in Tibet and the top of

Everest with its notorious Khumbu ice falls and glaciers at a near distance from the base camp. This desolate but tremendous spot feels out of this world, During high expedition season around April and May this place is flooded with different groups of expeditions. After an overwhelming moment retrace the walk back to Gorakshep for an overnight stop after feeling high and at ease after reaching the goal of this trip.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
5364
Day 17 : Hike to Kalapathar 5,545 m trek to Pheriche 4,130 m – 06 hrs.

Yet, another highlight of this trip to be accomplished climb to the top of Kalapathar the highest point of this adventure at 5,545 meters offering a stupendous panorama of surrounding mountains with Mt. Pumori high above the rocky top of Kalapathar and a view of Mt. Everest at a mere distance, the climb leads for two hours on the steep path, on reaching enjoy the glamorous views on the highest spot of this adventure, from here reach Gorakshep for breakfast and continue descend towards Lobuche and to Thukla and then on the new trail to Pheriche, walk leads downhill for an hour and into the windy valley floor walking for an hour to Pheriche located on a wide valley with windy afternoon with views of Cholatse, Tawache and Ama Dablam, this place with HRA station (Himalayan Rescue Association).

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
5545
Day 18 : Trek to Tengboche – 05 hrs.

From Pheriche a nice walk to the river and then a short climb with a downhill towards Somare and Pangboche village on the same trail to Tengboche for an overnight stop in this beautiful surrounding.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Day 19 : Trek to Monjo 2,880 m – 06 hrs.

After a wonderful time at Tengboche Monastery with the sound of Morning Prayer chanting by the monks and lamas then headed downhill to cross the Imjatse River and then a steep climb for an hour and with a gradual walk retracing the journey back to Namche Bazaar and Monjo. After a rest and lunch stop afternoon downhill to Monjo and back to Dudh Kosi Valley crossing the same river a few times and back at the national park entrance/exit gate and then to Monjo for the overnight stop.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2880
Day 20 : Trek to Lukla – 06 hrs.

Today is the last day of trekking, a pleasant walk retracing on the same trail passing villages of Phakding, Benkar, Ghat, and Choplung, and from here the last climb of this trip for an hour to Lukla, on reaching Lukla by afternoon or lunchtime with time for a stroll around Lukla bazaar.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
2860
Day 21 : Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to respective hotels.

Morning transfer to Tenzing / Hillary airport at Lukla, as per the flight time board the small plane Dronier or Twin Otter a short scenic flight of 35 minutes brings you to Kathmandu and then transfer to respective hotels, with afternoon free at leisure and souvenir shopping.

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Day 22 : International departure for home ward bound.

Last day in Nepal, after a most memorable and overwhelming time in the high Himalayas with the great service of Team Himalaya guides and staff, transfer to Kathmandu International Airport terminal for your flight to your respective countries.

Food
Breakfast

Not Satisfied with this itinerary?

This represents our standard and highly recommended itinerary. Should this itinerary or date not align with your preferences, we are more than willing to tailor your vacation to meet your specific requirements. The following are our established departure dates. These dates and prices are applicable for joining a group. Allow our travel experts to assist you in personalizing this journey according to your individual interests.

Customize This Trip

What Is Included ?

  • Pickups and drops from hotels and airports.
  • Tourist-star hotel in Kathmandu and tea houses \ lodges during the trek.
  • Breakfast in Kathmandu.
  • Kathmandu -Jiri by Public Transport as per the group size.
  • All meals during the trek. (BREAKFAST, LUNCH and DINNER)
  • All necessary paperwork and National Park permits \TIMS.
  • Domestic flights (Lukla –Kathmandu) and airport departure taxes (allowed to carry a maximum of 15 Kg Luggage) altogether including both backpack and day bag.
  • All our government taxes. vat, tourist service charges.
  • An experienced, knowledgeable, helpful, friendly, and English-speaking Trekking guide. Food, drinks. accommodation insurance, salary, pieces of equipment, transportation, and medicine all stuff.
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag by team Himalaya (which need to be returned after the trek) 
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Trip achievement appreciation certificate.
  • Fresh fruit is seasonal during the trip.
  • Jiri Everest base camp trek map.
  • Official expense.
  • Travel and rescue arrangement

What Is Excluded?

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porter, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc).
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
  • Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing tour entrance fees.
  • Travel and rescue insurance.
  • Excess baggage charge.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early, late, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than scheduled.
  • Tips for trekking staff and drivers (tipping is expected).

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FAQs

How difficult is Everest Base Camp trek via jiri ?

The Everest Base Camp trek via Jiri requires no expertise in mountaineering skills as it is just a long hike. People of all ages and shapes have completed this trek over the years and you can do it too.

Is Everest Region trek worth it?

The awe-inspiring landscape, vibrant prayer wheels, suspension bridges, dining around a fireplace, warm smiles of the natives, etc tend to make the trek worth it.

Can I do Everest Region trek?

Children as young as 7 and adults over 65 have all done this trek. Steep ascents and descents and rocky paths may not be suitable for you if you have some knee problems or weak ankles. And it would be better to get a doctor consultation before heading on to this trek. If you are fit and also have some experience of trekking at high altitudes then you are fit enough to do the Everest Region trek.

When to do Everest Region trek?

The best season for the Everest Region trek is from September to early December when there is clear weather. Also, during March and May, the flowers are out and visibility is clear.

Is Everest Region trek dangerous?

The route is relatively danger-free as the path has been widened in many places making it easier for the trekkers. The main problem is when people get Altitude sickness. Other than that, common injuries that people may face are twisted ankles and sprains. To cope with that we hire experienced guides and experts to tag along with your journey.

Can I use the mobile on the Everest Region trek?

Of course, now the Everest Region trek has cell coverage. For charging the mobile, you should better pack some Power Banks. Some tea houses also have the facility of charging ports.

How should I prepare for the Everest Region trek?

You should pack up the necessary gear for the trek and should consider how much weight you can lift for the trek. You can also read blogs about the trek and learn about the experiences of other people before you go on to the trek. We at Team Himalaya will make sure you are well-prepared as well.

Can I Do Everest Region trek with my Kids?

Many People having families with children have completed this trek. But it is unwise to take children who don’t obey their parents or can’t talk properly about the early symptoms of altitude sickness.

Should I pack some food?

Yes, it would be wise if you brought some dry foods, and power snack bars with you since buying snacks on the trail can be pretty expensive.

What Is the Accommodation Like on the Everest Region trek?

The accommodations are quite nice considering the elevation. During the peak time, our guide will help in pre-booking your rooms.

Do tea houses have electricity so I can charge my mobile?

In the lower villages, you can find tea houses with 24/7 power. But as the elevation goes higher, teahouses are dependent on solar only so, you might not have the chance to charge your mobile. So, we suggest you carry lightweight solar power banks.
 

Can I Drink the Water on the Everest Region trek?

Drinking at least 4 liters of water a day is a must for this trek. So, you should purify all your drinking water with purifying tablets. And it is better to carry a thermos flask for boiling water which is provided to you in tea houses.

Is it normal for me to get altitude headaches at that altitude?

Yes, it can be normal to get altitude headaches. So, to be on the safe side our guide will be there 24/7 giving full advice and care for you

What kinds of clothes and gears are needed?

Clothes and gear are must-haves for this wonderful journey. You should get clothes and gear such as trekking poles, socks, boots, gloves, scarves, hats, sunglasses, and so on. We have a separate section for all the necessary clothes and gear you should need.

What are the best months to trek to Everest Region?

The best months for going on this awesome trekking would be February, March, April, and during the October-November months. During these months the skies are clear and you can have a splendid panorama view of the mountains. If you are a snow lover, then this might be the chance for you to experience it first-hand.

Do you offer travel insurance?

We can provide you with travel insurance but, it would be better for you to get your travel insurance done in your own country. We provide full insurance to our guides and other staff.

Can I extend my trek if necessary?

Yes, you should let us know beforehand since we need to adjust the itinerary according to your needs. Mostly our packages are flexible so you should not worry about getting the trek extended.

Can I trek in June, July, and August?

Since June, July, and August fall during the Monsoon Season, the paths are slippery and less relevant for hiking. The skies may not be clear, but you can find beautiful flora and fauna during the trek.

What is the average group size?

The Everest Region trek can be done by a minimum of 1 person and the expected maximum number of people is 23 people. To fully enjoy this trek without much hustle, it is recommended to trek in smaller groups of people.

Can a solo woman traveler take the Everest Region trek with your company?

We have provided lots of services to solo women travelers and none of them have ever made any complaints about our company’s services. Our company respects women and we prioritize their safety and help them have a wonderful travel experience.

Additional Information

Team Himalaya's list of outdoor equipment requirements is in the following list order depending upon the type of holidays chosen leisure tours, moderate, adventurous to challenging trekking, and climbs.

Gear required depends upon the season of travel as well as the grade of travel and trekking as Nepal is for all seasons except the wet months of July to mid-September when few travelers visit Nepal.

For Simple Sightseeing Tours in Kathmandu and beyond:

  • Personal Toiletries, a small day pack or bag to carry your personal belongings that as water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets, or fleece and insect repellent cream as per the season.
  • Running /sports shoes or comfortable shoes for short walks, for elderly people walking poles, personal medication, binoculars as an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens.
  • Sun Hats, Sunglasses, for long drives soft inflatable cushion/pillow is advisable options, and rainproof or umbrella.

For Moderate Hikes and Treks:

  • Personal Toiletries, a moderate size daypack to carry your personal belongings that as water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets or fleece and insect repellent as per the season.
  • Running/sports shoes, for elderly people walking poles, personal medication, binoculars an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens, and torch/flashlights.
  • Sun Hats, Sunglasses, and water bottles are necessary (try to avoid plastic bottled water as they make litter which is hard to recycle in Nepal) use the same waterfalls to refill your bottle where available, rainproof or umbrella. Scarf or mask to avoid dust and smoke.

For long Trekking for a week or more above 3,000 meters:

  • Personal Toiletries, a moderate-size day pack or rucksack to carry your personal belongings that as travel documents, water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets, or fleece insect repellent as per the season.
  • Running/sports shoes, good pair of boots, warm woolen/cotton socks, snow gaiters, rain/windproof gear, walking poles an option, personal medication, binoculars an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens, torch/flashlights.
  • Gloves, Woolen Beni (camp) Sun Hats, Sun/snow glasses, and water bottles are necessary (try to avoid plastic bottled water as they make litter which is hard to recycle in Nepal) use the same waterfalls for refills where available. Scarf or mask to avoid dust and smoke.
  • On trekking, bigger kit/duffel bags are carried by porters/pack animals (yaks, mules, or ponies) which include your heavy personal gear that is sleeping bags, down / duvet jackets, and the items that you do require during daytime on walks till designated campsites/lodge.

Challenging Treks and Trekking Peak Climb:

  • Personal Toiletries, a moderate-size day pack or rucksack to carry your personal belongings that as travel documents, water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets, or fleece as per the season and altitude.
  • Running/sports shoes, a good pair of boots, warm woolen/cotton socks, snow gaiters, rain / windproof gear, walking poles an option, personal medication, binoculars an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens, torch/flashlights, and spare batteries.
  • Gloves, Woolen Beni (camp) Sun Hats, Sun/snow glasses, and water bottles are necessary (try to avoid plastic bottled water as they make litter which is hard to recycle in Nepal) use the same waterfalls for refills where available. Scarf or mask to avoid dust and smoke.
  • On trekking, bigger kit /duffel bags are carried by porters/pack animals (yaks, mules, or ponies) which include your heavy personal gear that is sleeping bags, down / duvet jackets, and the items that you do require during daytime on walks till designated campsites/lodge.

For Trekking Peak Climb:

Plastic Boot

 

a pair

Crampons

 

a pair

Ice Axe

 

one

Harness

 

one

Carabineer or Karabiner

 

two each

Snow Gaiters

 

a pair

Snow / Sun Glass

 

one each

Warm Gloves

 

a pair

Wind Proof Jacket & Trouser.

 

a set each

Down Jacket

 

one each

Down sleeping bags

 

one each with an inner liner

Main Ropes

 

200m ( 50m per person) as per the peak is chosen

Snow Bar

 

2/4 pieces depending upon group size.

Ski Pole (optional)

 

one each

The following items can be bought or hired in Kathmandu, the above list is standard items required in all climbs, however on booking, we will inform you with more details on equipment required depending upon the type of various peaks of your choice, ropes, jumar, ice screw are also needed in most of the climb.

Dear Guest and Travelers to Nepal and other Himalayan destinations, please make sure that you have understood our Terms and Conditions, after having read carefully the mutual contract and legal process, which will certainly keep our friendly relationship for the long term.

After selecting the trip of your choice from our varied programs and itineraries, the first step in the booking procedure you are requested to fill out our booking form and send it after completion with a 20 %  deposit for entire Nepal Trips, and Tibet & Bhutan trips 40 % non-refundable deposit.

Along with the completed form, you are required to e-mail your passport copy and flight Ticket with all details to us in the Kathmandu office at Team Himalaya (info@teamhimalaya.com).

Upon receiving your passport copy and details with the completed booking form Plus your non-refundable deposit, we will proceed and send you a final affirmation receipt with acknowledgment.

All deposits are required for selected and chosen trips on per personal basis, we will inform you by e-mail regarding the direct deposit procedure and details.

As per the booking and Trip money transfer, service charges of respective banks might apply and they should be paid at the time of deposit.

We will e-mail you the details on making payments through your credit card once you have filled up the Booking form.

We accept Visa or MasterCard only with a 4% surcharge added as a processing fee on credit cards and wire Transfers as a service charged by the Banks.

The Condition for clearing the remaining balance as per the trip booked is as follows:

The remaining due balance for all Nepal Trips should be paid and cleared upon arrival.
The remaining balance for other Himalayan countries like Bhutan, and Tibet, and all multi-country tours needs to be cleared within 35 days before your trip departure dates.

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd reserves the right to cancel your trip if the full amount is not paid on time.

In certain circumstances, we will accept your last-hour booking a minimum of a week prior to the tour departure date for all the trips, in this case, full payment is required.

02: How to pay your selected trip deposit:

Credit Card (visa & master):

Please call us at 00977-9841824281 to pay over the phone.

Payment:

Please Deposit  by  wire Transfer  to Team Himalaya (P) Ltd and post it to the address below:

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Bank Transfer:
Bank Address: Himalayan Bank Limited.
Bank address: Tridevi Marg, Thamel, Kathmandu 
Account No:01908416120019.
Account  Type: Foreign Currency  (USD)
Bank swift code: HIMANPKA.

03: Refund & Cancellation:

No refund will be made by the company for the 20% deposit amount in case of cancellation of your trip for any whatsoever or other reasons.

After having paid the full amount of any selected trip, you are entitled to incur a refund in case you want to cancel your trip by informing us as soon as possible to make the charge reasonable as per the company rules and regulations.

Still, the cancellation charge is invoiced to you. Written notification of your cancellation should be made to cancel any trip. Nevertheless, you have imposed a cancellation charge as advised below:-

60 days or more deposit retained
45 – 50 days before departure 50%
30 – 40 days before departure 75%
20 days before departure 100%
04: Extra Supplement Charge:

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd tour/trek packages, rooms, or tents are provided on twin sharing basis. Thus, a single room supplement charge will be imposed as extra for a client who does not have another tour participant to share a room/tent with. It also applies to clients who need a single supplement in tents/rooms in a hotel or lodge.

05: Early return from any Tours or Treks:

No refund will be entertained to clients on early return from our trips due to personal domestic/medical or personal problems from any other trips regardless of whatever portions remain unused in the itinerary.

06: Amendment in Trip Cost:

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd. reserves the right to revise or change the trip costing rate posted on our website, under any circumstances, or on the pressure of various external factors beyond our control, for instance, changes in exchange rate, government action, etc. inflation, however assuring that we will put our effort as much possible to keep the present cost rate as it is.

07: Unforeseen Circumstances:

If the company have to cancel the respective trip due to unforeseen circumstances like natural disasters, political conflict, unfavorable climate, broken trail, and roads, etc., we will refer you for an alternative trip of similar types and standard.

Even if this doesn’t suit and fit your likes and interests, all trip prices paid by you to our company will be refunded with some administration and trip arrangement charge of 15 to 20 % depending upon the trip chosen.

Please note, any other expenses incurred by you as a result of this booking are entirely your responsibility.

08:  Travel / Medical Insurance:

We strongly suggest and recommend all booking Clients acquire Travel and Medical Insurance as a compulsion in all our tours and trekking and climbing trips. It should include adequate protection for tour/trekking/climbing/rafting or any other adventure sports with duration to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, and repatriation or emergency evacuation expenses by any means of transportation such as helicopter rescue, air ambulance and adequate cover for baggage.

09: Health & Fitness:

All our Treks and Tours require sound health and a level of fitness before signing a booking with us, client should always check with their local Doctor or Physician regarding their health and fitness before the trip departures to Himalayan destinations.
It’s solely the client’s responsibility to inform Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions of any pre-existing medical condition or disability that might reasonably be expected to increase the risk of your required medical attention, which may affect your capability to travel on the trips booked with us.

Children and Elderly people:

An authorized guardian by the parents must accompany all travelers under the age of sixteen.
A person of more than 70 years of age, although in good health still needs a partner, family member, or friends to accompany he/she.

If you have any queries regarding age and suitability, please contact us for further information.

10: Nepal / Tibet Visas & Passport Conditions:

It is important that all clients should have a valid passport with at least six months of validity from the return date of travel.

Nepal visas can be obtained from the Nepal Consulate or Embassy in your country or upon arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. The costs of Nepalese visas are the sole responsibility of clients. All clients must have a valid passport with at least 6 months of validity from the return date. As you are unable to obtain visas to Tibet you need to send your passport details to Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions for visa applications to travel in Tibet, we require this information at least three weeks prior to departure.

11: Risk and Liabilities:

Team Himalaya's main concern is your safety and satisfaction including our staff welfare, therefore we carry out all our assignments sincerely & honestly to ensure your holiday a Hassel hassle-free without any problems.

Nevertheless, unless stated otherwise, the trip may be changed under uncertain and inherent circumstances such as landslides, roadblocks, floods, heavy snow, political unrest, cancellation of flight, delayed arrival, sickness or accidents, etc. Any extra cost incurred there is your personal responsibility and should be borne on the spot.

Flight Delay/Cancellation:

Possibility of domestic flight delay or postponement due to bad weather in Himalayan regions which happens sometimes, in particular around Everest region Lukla, Phaplu, Annapurna / Mustang / Manang region Humde, Jomsom and on the Far West Dolpa, Simikot and Jumla region and on Far East sector Tumlingtar, and Taplejung area.

Trekking in remote areas or in as described above, especially during the off-season, you are highly advised to reserve extra days to prepare for some delays and avoid frustrating consequences.

In case of flight cancellation pre-tour/post-tour, you need to bear accommodation and food costs yourself.

12: Our Responsible Adventure Policy:

Our entire tour/trekking guide representing Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions deserves all authority during tours and trekking/rafting or on climbs.

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions will ensure to make every effort comfortable and satisfactory in all our trips, but one must understand that Himalayan or Third World and Developing Countries like Nepal cannot afford much of Western and highly timed facilities sometimes depending upon the area of travel, however, we will try our best to make your travel enjoyable with memorable time while with us.

Weather is another factor that directly impacts some trips, hence, patience in mind, enthusiasm and proper preparation before heading is a must.

Your personal belongings:

On any account, we’re not responsible for any loss or damage of your baggage/luggage or property even when it is shouldered by our porters, ponies, or vehicles. Our trip escorts and guides will provide necessary safety precautions so that this does not arise while with us.

Papers & Documents:

All necessary papers and documents should be presented in sequence for example to issue visas, necessary permits, etc. We’re not accountable in case of any trip formality not being completed in time before the trip departs in the absence of essential papers and documents.

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Overview And Highlights

Trip Standard

Tea-House and Lodge

Trip Grade

Moderate to Adventurous

Total Duration

21 nights and 22 days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)

Best Season

All season except July & August (wet season)

Highest Spot

5,545 meters at Kalapathar top

Trip Highlights

  • Trekking to the world’s highest Mt. Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek.
  • Amazing scenery of awesome panorama throughout the trek.
  • Visiting traditional villages enriched with old culture and religion.
  • Home of the Highlanders the Sherpa of Solu and Khumbu region of Everest.
  • Into tranquil woodland of beautiful rhododendrons, pines, and birch trees.

Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek located region of Eastern Nepal is not only home to Mt. Everest, but also to other impressive eight thousand peaks like Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu. Inarguably the most popular region in the whole Himalayas for mountaineering and trekking adventures alike, the region boasts innumerable silver peaks, colossal glaciers and cobalt lakes, picturesque alpine hamlets, and two big national parks. The region is versatile in terms of vegetation, topography, and culture, thus providing trekkers with an array of trekking itineraries to choose from. Be it a strenuous and adventurous Everest High Pass trek or a more laid-back Everest panorama trek, there is something for everyone. However, a trek route that is timeless, a classic, and the most wholesome among all is the Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek.

Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek route is a historic trail to the top of the world which was first successfully led by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953 AD, marking the first-ever successful expedition of Mount Everest. The trek trail goes through the beautiful Jiri Valley which is also known as the Switzerland of Nepal.

The 23-day long Jiri Everest Base camp trek trail passes through iconic high-hill and sub-alpine settlements of Dolakha, Ramechap, and Solukhumbu which enables trekkers to be in close proximity to the massive high hills and mountains and be a part of the rich lifestyle and culture of the village people.

The Trek itinerary involves some of the famous viewpoints and settlements like Namche Bazaar, Monasteries of Tengboche and Dingboche, and viewpoints like Gorakshep and Kala Patthar. Throughout the route from Namche Bazaar to the Everest base camp, we will have excellent views of Mt. Everest and other equally mesmerizing peaks above 8,000m like Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), Mt. Makalu (8,485m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,188m) and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m).

In addition to being a time-honored trail to Everest that allows you to savor all its natural beauty, Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek also is a perfect route to witness the unique, rich culture of the Sherpa people. As the elevation increases, we will be able to trek through several picturesque Sherpa villages that showcase the beautiful alpine settlements that have been successfully accustomed to mountain life for many centuries. Thus, in this way, this trek is not only an adventure-packed nature trek but also a rare cultural trek that offers experiences of the unique lifestyle and tradition of the celebrated Sherpa people.

The Jiri Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary can be customized as per your choice. New places and new activities can be added to the routine to further enrich your trekking experience. For instance, if you want to stretch the time of your stay in the Himalayas, you can incorporate the Gokyo Chola pass to Everest base camp Trek or Everest High Passes Trek into the itinerary. The most suitable time to undertake the trek is the seasons of autumn (October and November) and spring (April and May). The months have been elected on the basis of visibility and climate.

 

Itinerary Detail

Day 1 : Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

On reaching Kathmandu via respective airlines, our TH staff will receive with courtesy transfer to hotels in the center of Kathmandu around the Thamel area, an interesting to be with many shops, stores, and excellent world-class restaurants, with time for a short walk and to buy necessary items for the trip, in the hotel, our guide will inform and brief regarding trekking and other important things.

Accomodation
Hotel
Day 2 : Drive to Jiri 1,900 m -07 hrs journeys.

A long day's journey, so starting early morning from Kathmandu for the drive to Jiri, this interesting scenic drive passes through interesting towns and villages through the Himalayan foothills, through towns of Dhulikhel, Chrikot, and then to Jiri for an overnight stop, Jiri one of the nice towns often called as Switzerland of Nepal Himalaya.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1900
Day 3 : Trek to Shivalaya 1,770 m – 05 hrs.

After a good stop in Jiri, starting the first day walk leaving behind Jiri and the motorable road behind, the walk continues with a climb to a hilltop with fabulous views of surrounding scenery with Jiri town below, and then descending towards a river valley to Shivalaya village for overnight stop, a fair size village with the number of lodges for travelers.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1770
Day 4 : Trek to Bhandar (Chyangma) 2,195 m – 05 hrs

From Shivalaya to Bhandar a nice and moderate trek, starting the morning walk with an hour-slow climb to the small village of Sangbadanda, then on the winding gradual path passing many farm villages and forested area, then reaching a stream with a climb through the cool shade of rhododendron pine, oaks tree lines, after few hours of good walk reaching Deurali pass top at 2, 715 meters, after lunch at Deurali a long downhill for about two hours to reach Bhandar village for overnight stop, passing into interesting large Stupa enclosed inside a wall and then through villages and farm-fields till Bhandar or Chyangma village is reached, this village with mix tribes of people Tamangs, Newars, but predominantly Sherpa people.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2195
Day 5 : Trek to Sete 2,575 m – 06 hrs.

The morning walk continues with a downhill walk into the cool shade of forest and farm terraces and passing several farm villages to reach Kenja village at 1,634m, Kenja is a nice moderate size village, situated in a warm valley just beneath the high hills of Lamjura and Pikey danda, offering views of Numbur peaks. After Kenja, steep uphill climbs all the way to an overnight stop at Sete village from here onwards the temperature gets cooler.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2575
Day 6 : Trek to Junbesi 2,675m via Lamjura-la 3,530 m -06 hrs.

Starting the trek with a cool morning then heading towards Lamjuta-la pass with a slow steep climb into the dense forest of rhododendrons, pines, and oaks trees then through many small farmlands and hamlets, after a few hours of steady uphill walk reaching the top of a Lamjura pass with a big stupa and lodges, from here a long descend through forest of firs and rhododendron trees all the way to Sherpa village at Toctoc, from here continue walk on the gradual winding path to Junbesi, from the ridge looking at Junbesi way below, then with a final descend to Junbesi, a nice large village inhabited mostly by Sherpa people, this village with a nice interesting monastery and a high school sponsored by Sir Edmund Hillary Trust.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3530
Day 7 : Trek to Nunthala (Manidingma) 2,190 m – 06 hrs.

After a wonderful time at Junbesi, a morning walk leads on the winding smooth path with the first glimpse of Mt. Everest with other snow-capped mountains, after a break here heads down to the river, after crossing the bridge with a short climb to Ringmo village, stop here for lunch as time permits after leaving Ringmo, an hour of gradual slow climb into a forest of pines and rhododendron trees then reaching Trakshindu pass at 3,070m marked with mani and shortens with grand views of Numbur, Kusum Kangguru, Thamersarkhu, and Kantega peaks. From here a long downhill walk to Nunthala through Takshindo village with an old monastery, continue descending through the forest, and then reach farmland on the outskirts of the village, after reaching the bottom of Takshindo hill a short walk to Nuntahla also known as Manidingma, a large mid hill village of Rai tribe and Sherpa people.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2190
Day 8 : Trek to Bupsa Danda 2,250 m – 06 hrs.

The air gets much cooler as the walk leads closer to the Khumbu area after being in the Solu region, the morning walk starts with a downhill through the forest area to the bridge over the Dudh Kosi River, from here crosses the raging Dudh Kosi River, then leading on the slow winding uphill trail to Jubing village, around this area are warm with citric trees and plants, after Jubing following an uphill path to Kharikhola 2,200m, a large village with Sherpa and Magar inhabitants, after a break here heading towards next hill, after crossing a river tributary of Kharikhola, then it leads to a steep climb for an hour to our overnight stop at Bupsa a small village, located on the ridge overlooking fabulous views of rolling hills and valleys.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2250
Day 9 : Trek to Surkhe 2,295 m – 06 hrs.

From Bupsa a slow steady walk reaches into the Khumbu region as the air gets much cooler from here onwards, The morning walk starts with an uphill climb through a mixed alpine forest and some small wild and bird life, like pheasant, which is abundant along this area. The walk continues climbing over Kharte Dande passing at 3,880m high above the Dudh Kosi river, The morning walk reaches Puiyan village at 2,800m, a nice place in the middle of a forest.

From Puiyan after lunch, walking on the winding trail, with a view of Lukla town and its airstrip, from the ridge top, our route descends to Surkhe village for the overnight stop, Surkhe is located just below Lukla.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2295
Day 10 : Trek to Phakding 2,650 m – 05 hrs

After Surkhe morning head towards the main trekking trail passing Muse and Chowrikharka farm village near Lukla. Being in the isolated area for many days, from here onwards on the famous route to Everest Base Camp where the trail from Lukla joins at a small Choplung village, walking is easier and pleasant on the gradual path all the way to Phakding with a few small ups in between, reaching at Tarhe Khola, with a wonderful view of Kusum-Kangru 6,369m, after crossing the bridge with a short climb reaches to Ghat village, from here onwards an hour of pleasant walk to Phakding village for overnight stop by the bank of Dudh-Kosi River.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2650
Day 11 : Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440 m – 05 hrs.

The morning walk starts with an easy walk with a few ups following the river Dudh Kosi most of the way, crossing the same river by suspension bridge reaching Monjo village a nice village with lodges catering the trekkers for many years, a view of Thermasharkhu peak and Khumbi-la mountain the patron god of Khumbu area, Monjo is the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park at the park entrance a rest after getting the permits to travel this area requires Park permits with fees and as well TIMS ( Trekking Information Management System) after a brief rest here continue walk crossing the bridge over Dudh Kosi and to Jorsalle village for lunch, this is the only village for 2-3 hours till Namche is reached. From here walk on the river bed for a while and then after crossing the last bridge over Imjatse River (which joins Dudh Kosi) an uphill walk for a few hours through a beautiful alpine forest lined with rhododendrons, pines, and fir trees with the awesome mountain scenery of Kwangde, Kusum Kanguru if the day is a clear view of Mt. Everest and Lhotse also, after a hard climb of few hours reaching famous Namche Bazaar the Sherpa capital of Khumbu region with many houses with lodges, hotels, pubs, restaurant with fresh bakery and cyber café, health post, post office, and banks.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3440
Day 12 : Rest Day at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization and excursion.

It an important and necessary to have a rest day or 2 nights at this altitude to safeguard from AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) where drinking plenty of fluids helps but not alcoholic drinks which dehydrate you. In Namche optional walks around the neighboring area up to Everest View Hotel (believed as world's highest hotel at 3,880 meters) a 2-3 hour hike with promising mountain views of Mt. Everest and the magnificent Ama Dablam peak, or a walk to the top of Namche hill with an aerial view of Namche with Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Tawache, Tarmasarku, Kwangde, and Ama Dablam peaks and visit the interesting museum with full of information of this Khumbu area, afternoon at leisure to browse around the bazaar with nice stores, this place is flooded with locals and trekkers on Saturday big market.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Day 13 : Trek to Tengboche 3,867 m – 05hrs.

Morning with a short climb to the ridge above Namche and then on the pleasant walk for the first half of the day with views after views of mountains and surrounding beautiful landscapes and into nice woodland and then on the downhill slope for an hour to reach lunch break at Phungi-tenga located in a gorge by the river Imjatse and in the middle of alpine woodland.After a refreshing moment starting with an uphill for 2 hours through nice tree lines of rhododendrons and pines with beautiful views of snow-clad peaks and finally reaching the famed Tengboche Monastery (Gomba) for an overnight stop.

This beautiful scenic spot offers tremendous views of peaks that encircle this place with Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and towering Mt. Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, Thermasharkhu, and Kwangde peaks, afternoon visit this interesting monastery with Lama and monks chanting prayer at the main hall statue of Sakyamuni Buddha and with thanka paintings around the wall and ceiling and then visit the small museum.

Food
B
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
3867
Day 14 : Trek to Dingboche 4,260 m – 05hrs.

After an interesting impressive time here, a morning walk leads to a descent through a nice serene forest passing a few prayer walls, and then crossing a bridge over the raging Imjatse River, after the bridge a slow uphill walk with few steep climbs and descent to Pangboche village (the last permanent village on route to Everest base camp)

From here a short steep climb to Shomare a small settlement popular stop for lunch on the route trekking higher, after lunch a gradual uphill climb on the windy exposed terrain and crossing the same river and with a climb for an hour reaching our overnight stop at Dingboche a nice place located at the start of Imjatse valley beneath the towering Ama Dablam North Face and Mt. Lhotse with nice views of Island / Imjatse peak towards east.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4260
Day 15 : Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m – 05 hrs.

From Dingboche with good night's rest, the morning walk leads to a short climb over a hill festooned with prayer flags and Buddhist payer monuments, overlooking superb views of Imjatse Valley, Ama Dablam North Face, Island / Imjatse Peak, and world’s 5th highest Mt. Makalu towards east the peaks of Twache and Cholatse looks closer from this spot, from here on the gentle uphill path leading to a small place at Thukla for a lunch stop, where the trail from Gokyo via Tshola and Pheriche meets and as well Khumbu glacier melts into the torrential river. After a nice break here a steep climb for an hour to the cairn of Thulga pass top, where many tombs and memorials are placed of the unfortunate mountaineers, from here a good walk for another hour brings at Lobuche for overnight stop, Lobuce with more than good lodges around beneath the Lobuche East and West Peaks.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
4930
Day 16 : Trek to Gorak Shep 5,170 m and Everest Base Camp 5,364 m and return to Gorakshep – 06 hrs.

Today this awesome journey leads to our goal and highlight of this great trip, a morning walk on the gentle slope for a few hours passing near the metrological stations of glass pyramids managed by Nepal and Italian scientists on the glacier of this area. From here walk leads over the rocky moraine and ice and below Khumbu glacier with views of Everest, Nuptse, and Mt. Pumori after crossing the moraine area reach Gorakshep located on route Everest base camp and Kalapathar climb with Mt. Pumori soaring above this flat valley. After a good rest continue walking for 2-3 hours to Everest Base Camp through glacier and moraine sections, on reaching Everest Base Camp grand views of Nuptse, Lho-la, Changtse in Tibet and the top of

Everest with its notorious Khumbu ice falls and glaciers at a near distance from the base camp. This desolate but tremendous spot feels out of this world, During high expedition season around April and May this place is flooded with different groups of expeditions. After an overwhelming moment retrace the walk back to Gorakshep for an overnight stop after feeling high and at ease after reaching the goal of this trip.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
5364
Day 17 : Hike to Kalapathar 5,545 m trek to Pheriche 4,130 m – 06 hrs.

Yet, another highlight of this trip to be accomplished climb to the top of Kalapathar the highest point of this adventure at 5,545 meters offering a stupendous panorama of surrounding mountains with Mt. Pumori high above the rocky top of Kalapathar and a view of Mt. Everest at a mere distance, the climb leads for two hours on the steep path, on reaching enjoy the glamorous views on the highest spot of this adventure, from here reach Gorakshep for breakfast and continue descend towards Lobuche and to Thukla and then on the new trail to Pheriche, walk leads downhill for an hour and into the windy valley floor walking for an hour to Pheriche located on a wide valley with windy afternoon with views of Cholatse, Tawache and Ama Dablam, this place with HRA station (Himalayan Rescue Association).

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
5545
Day 18 : Trek to Tengboche – 05 hrs.

From Pheriche a nice walk to the river and then a short climb with a downhill towards Somare and Pangboche village on the same trail to Tengboche for an overnight stop in this beautiful surrounding.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Day 19 : Trek to Monjo 2,880 m – 06 hrs.

After a wonderful time at Tengboche Monastery with the sound of Morning Prayer chanting by the monks and lamas then headed downhill to cross the Imjatse River and then a steep climb for an hour and with a gradual walk retracing the journey back to Namche Bazaar and Monjo. After a rest and lunch stop afternoon downhill to Monjo and back to Dudh Kosi Valley crossing the same river a few times and back at the national park entrance/exit gate and then to Monjo for the overnight stop.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2880
Day 20 : Trek to Lukla – 06 hrs.

Today is the last day of trekking, a pleasant walk retracing on the same trail passing villages of Phakding, Benkar, Ghat, and Choplung, and from here the last climb of this trip for an hour to Lukla, on reaching Lukla by afternoon or lunchtime with time for a stroll around Lukla bazaar.

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
2860
Day 21 : Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to respective hotels.

Morning transfer to Tenzing / Hillary airport at Lukla, as per the flight time board the small plane Dronier or Twin Otter a short scenic flight of 35 minutes brings you to Kathmandu and then transfer to respective hotels, with afternoon free at leisure and souvenir shopping.

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Day 22 : International departure for home ward bound.

Last day in Nepal, after a most memorable and overwhelming time in the high Himalayas with the great service of Team Himalaya guides and staff, transfer to Kathmandu International Airport terminal for your flight to your respective countries.

Food
Breakfast

What Is Included ?

  • Pickups and drops from hotels and airports.
  • Tourist-star hotel in Kathmandu and tea houses \ lodges during the trek.
  • Breakfast in Kathmandu.
  • Kathmandu -Jiri by Public Transport as per the group size.
  • All meals during the trek. (BREAKFAST, LUNCH and DINNER)
  • All necessary paperwork and National Park permits \TIMS.
  • Domestic flights (Lukla –Kathmandu) and airport departure taxes (allowed to carry a maximum of 15 Kg Luggage) altogether including both backpack and day bag.
  • All our government taxes. vat, tourist service charges.
  • An experienced, knowledgeable, helpful, friendly, and English-speaking Trekking guide. Food, drinks. accommodation insurance, salary, pieces of equipment, transportation, and medicine all stuff.
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag by team Himalaya (which need to be returned after the trek) 
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Trip achievement appreciation certificate.
  • Fresh fruit is seasonal during the trip.
  • Jiri Everest base camp trek map.
  • Official expense.
  • Travel and rescue arrangement

What Is Excluded?

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porter, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc).
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
  • Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing tour entrance fees.
  • Travel and rescue insurance.
  • Excess baggage charge.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early, late, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than scheduled.
  • Tips for trekking staff and drivers (tipping is expected).

FAQs

How difficult is Everest Base Camp trek via jiri ?

The Everest Base Camp trek via Jiri requires no expertise in mountaineering skills as it is just a long hike. People of all ages and shapes have completed this trek over the years and you can do it too.

Is Everest Region trek worth it?

The awe-inspiring landscape, vibrant prayer wheels, suspension bridges, dining around a fireplace, warm smiles of the natives, etc tend to make the trek worth it.

Can I do Everest Region trek?

Children as young as 7 and adults over 65 have all done this trek. Steep ascents and descents and rocky paths may not be suitable for you if you have some knee problems or weak ankles. And it would be better to get a doctor consultation before heading on to this trek. If you are fit and also have some experience of trekking at high altitudes then you are fit enough to do the Everest Region trek.

When to do Everest Region trek?

The best season for the Everest Region trek is from September to early December when there is clear weather. Also, during March and May, the flowers are out and visibility is clear.

Is Everest Region trek dangerous?

The route is relatively danger-free as the path has been widened in many places making it easier for the trekkers. The main problem is when people get Altitude sickness. Other than that, common injuries that people may face are twisted ankles and sprains. To cope with that we hire experienced guides and experts to tag along with your journey.

Can I use the mobile on the Everest Region trek?

Of course, now the Everest Region trek has cell coverage. For charging the mobile, you should better pack some Power Banks. Some tea houses also have the facility of charging ports.

How should I prepare for the Everest Region trek?

You should pack up the necessary gear for the trek and should consider how much weight you can lift for the trek. You can also read blogs about the trek and learn about the experiences of other people before you go on to the trek. We at Team Himalaya will make sure you are well-prepared as well.

Can I Do Everest Region trek with my Kids?

Many People having families with children have completed this trek. But it is unwise to take children who don’t obey their parents or can’t talk properly about the early symptoms of altitude sickness.

Should I pack some food?

Yes, it would be wise if you brought some dry foods, and power snack bars with you since buying snacks on the trail can be pretty expensive.

What Is the Accommodation Like on the Everest Region trek?

The accommodations are quite nice considering the elevation. During the peak time, our guide will help in pre-booking your rooms.

Do tea houses have electricity so I can charge my mobile?

In the lower villages, you can find tea houses with 24/7 power. But as the elevation goes higher, teahouses are dependent on solar only so, you might not have the chance to charge your mobile. So, we suggest you carry lightweight solar power banks.
 

Can I Drink the Water on the Everest Region trek?

Drinking at least 4 liters of water a day is a must for this trek. So, you should purify all your drinking water with purifying tablets. And it is better to carry a thermos flask for boiling water which is provided to you in tea houses.

Is it normal for me to get altitude headaches at that altitude?

Yes, it can be normal to get altitude headaches. So, to be on the safe side our guide will be there 24/7 giving full advice and care for you

What kinds of clothes and gears are needed?

Clothes and gear are must-haves for this wonderful journey. You should get clothes and gear such as trekking poles, socks, boots, gloves, scarves, hats, sunglasses, and so on. We have a separate section for all the necessary clothes and gear you should need.

What are the best months to trek to Everest Region?

The best months for going on this awesome trekking would be February, March, April, and during the October-November months. During these months the skies are clear and you can have a splendid panorama view of the mountains. If you are a snow lover, then this might be the chance for you to experience it first-hand.

Do you offer travel insurance?

We can provide you with travel insurance but, it would be better for you to get your travel insurance done in your own country. We provide full insurance to our guides and other staff.

Can I extend my trek if necessary?

Yes, you should let us know beforehand since we need to adjust the itinerary according to your needs. Mostly our packages are flexible so you should not worry about getting the trek extended.

Can I trek in June, July, and August?

Since June, July, and August fall during the Monsoon Season, the paths are slippery and less relevant for hiking. The skies may not be clear, but you can find beautiful flora and fauna during the trek.

What is the average group size?

The Everest Region trek can be done by a minimum of 1 person and the expected maximum number of people is 23 people. To fully enjoy this trek without much hustle, it is recommended to trek in smaller groups of people.

Can a solo woman traveler take the Everest Region trek with your company?

We have provided lots of services to solo women travelers and none of them have ever made any complaints about our company’s services. Our company respects women and we prioritize their safety and help them have a wonderful travel experience.

Additional Information

Team Himalaya's list of outdoor equipment requirements is in the following list order depending upon the type of holidays chosen leisure tours, moderate, adventurous to challenging trekking, and climbs.

Gear required depends upon the season of travel as well as the grade of travel and trekking as Nepal is for all seasons except the wet months of July to mid-September when few travelers visit Nepal.

For Simple Sightseeing Tours in Kathmandu and beyond:

  • Personal Toiletries, a small day pack or bag to carry your personal belongings that as water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets, or fleece and insect repellent cream as per the season.
  • Running /sports shoes or comfortable shoes for short walks, for elderly people walking poles, personal medication, binoculars as an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens.
  • Sun Hats, Sunglasses, for long drives soft inflatable cushion/pillow is advisable options, and rainproof or umbrella.

For Moderate Hikes and Treks:

  • Personal Toiletries, a moderate size daypack to carry your personal belongings that as water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets or fleece and insect repellent as per the season.
  • Running/sports shoes, for elderly people walking poles, personal medication, binoculars an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens, and torch/flashlights.
  • Sun Hats, Sunglasses, and water bottles are necessary (try to avoid plastic bottled water as they make litter which is hard to recycle in Nepal) use the same waterfalls to refill your bottle where available, rainproof or umbrella. Scarf or mask to avoid dust and smoke.

For long Trekking for a week or more above 3,000 meters:

  • Personal Toiletries, a moderate-size day pack or rucksack to carry your personal belongings that as travel documents, water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets, or fleece insect repellent as per the season.
  • Running/sports shoes, good pair of boots, warm woolen/cotton socks, snow gaiters, rain/windproof gear, walking poles an option, personal medication, binoculars an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens, torch/flashlights.
  • Gloves, Woolen Beni (camp) Sun Hats, Sun/snow glasses, and water bottles are necessary (try to avoid plastic bottled water as they make litter which is hard to recycle in Nepal) use the same waterfalls for refills where available. Scarf or mask to avoid dust and smoke.
  • On trekking, bigger kit/duffel bags are carried by porters/pack animals (yaks, mules, or ponies) which include your heavy personal gear that is sleeping bags, down / duvet jackets, and the items that you do require during daytime on walks till designated campsites/lodge.

Challenging Treks and Trekking Peak Climb:

  • Personal Toiletries, a moderate-size day pack or rucksack to carry your personal belongings that as travel documents, water bottles, cameras, wallets, maps, journey/notebooks, cell phones, light jackets, or fleece as per the season and altitude.
  • Running/sports shoes, a good pair of boots, warm woolen/cotton socks, snow gaiters, rain / windproof gear, walking poles an option, personal medication, binoculars an option, T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, trousers (while entering temples and monasteries) sunscreens, torch/flashlights, and spare batteries.
  • Gloves, Woolen Beni (camp) Sun Hats, Sun/snow glasses, and water bottles are necessary (try to avoid plastic bottled water as they make litter which is hard to recycle in Nepal) use the same waterfalls for refills where available. Scarf or mask to avoid dust and smoke.
  • On trekking, bigger kit /duffel bags are carried by porters/pack animals (yaks, mules, or ponies) which include your heavy personal gear that is sleeping bags, down / duvet jackets, and the items that you do require during daytime on walks till designated campsites/lodge.

For Trekking Peak Climb:

Plastic Boot

 

a pair

Crampons

 

a pair

Ice Axe

 

one

Harness

 

one

Carabineer or Karabiner

 

two each

Snow Gaiters

 

a pair

Snow / Sun Glass

 

one each

Warm Gloves

 

a pair

Wind Proof Jacket & Trouser.

 

a set each

Down Jacket

 

one each

Down sleeping bags

 

one each with an inner liner

Main Ropes

 

200m ( 50m per person) as per the peak is chosen

Snow Bar

 

2/4 pieces depending upon group size.

Ski Pole (optional)

 

one each

The following items can be bought or hired in Kathmandu, the above list is standard items required in all climbs, however on booking, we will inform you with more details on equipment required depending upon the type of various peaks of your choice, ropes, jumar, ice screw are also needed in most of the climb.

Dear Guest and Travelers to Nepal and other Himalayan destinations, please make sure that you have understood our Terms and Conditions, after having read carefully the mutual contract and legal process, which will certainly keep our friendly relationship for the long term.

After selecting the trip of your choice from our varied programs and itineraries, the first step in the booking procedure you are requested to fill out our booking form and send it after completion with a 20 %  deposit for entire Nepal Trips, and Tibet & Bhutan trips 40 % non-refundable deposit.

Along with the completed form, you are required to e-mail your passport copy and flight Ticket with all details to us in the Kathmandu office at Team Himalaya (info@teamhimalaya.com).

Upon receiving your passport copy and details with the completed booking form Plus your non-refundable deposit, we will proceed and send you a final affirmation receipt with acknowledgment.

All deposits are required for selected and chosen trips on per personal basis, we will inform you by e-mail regarding the direct deposit procedure and details.

As per the booking and Trip money transfer, service charges of respective banks might apply and they should be paid at the time of deposit.

We will e-mail you the details on making payments through your credit card once you have filled up the Booking form.

We accept Visa or MasterCard only with a 4% surcharge added as a processing fee on credit cards and wire Transfers as a service charged by the Banks.

The Condition for clearing the remaining balance as per the trip booked is as follows:

The remaining due balance for all Nepal Trips should be paid and cleared upon arrival.
The remaining balance for other Himalayan countries like Bhutan, and Tibet, and all multi-country tours needs to be cleared within 35 days before your trip departure dates.

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd reserves the right to cancel your trip if the full amount is not paid on time.

In certain circumstances, we will accept your last-hour booking a minimum of a week prior to the tour departure date for all the trips, in this case, full payment is required.

02: How to pay your selected trip deposit:

Credit Card (visa & master):

Please call us at 00977-9841824281 to pay over the phone.

Payment:

Please Deposit  by  wire Transfer  to Team Himalaya (P) Ltd and post it to the address below:

Company Address: Team Himalaya (P) Ltd
Bank Transfer:
Bank Address: Himalayan Bank Limited.
Bank address: Tridevi Marg, Thamel, Kathmandu 
Account No:01908416120019.
Account  Type: Foreign Currency  (USD)
Bank swift code: HIMANPKA.

03: Refund & Cancellation:

No refund will be made by the company for the 20% deposit amount in case of cancellation of your trip for any whatsoever or other reasons.

After having paid the full amount of any selected trip, you are entitled to incur a refund in case you want to cancel your trip by informing us as soon as possible to make the charge reasonable as per the company rules and regulations.

Still, the cancellation charge is invoiced to you. Written notification of your cancellation should be made to cancel any trip. Nevertheless, you have imposed a cancellation charge as advised below:-

60 days or more deposit retained
45 – 50 days before departure 50%
30 – 40 days before departure 75%
20 days before departure 100%
04: Extra Supplement Charge:

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd tour/trek packages, rooms, or tents are provided on twin sharing basis. Thus, a single room supplement charge will be imposed as extra for a client who does not have another tour participant to share a room/tent with. It also applies to clients who need a single supplement in tents/rooms in a hotel or lodge.

05: Early return from any Tours or Treks:

No refund will be entertained to clients on early return from our trips due to personal domestic/medical or personal problems from any other trips regardless of whatever portions remain unused in the itinerary.

06: Amendment in Trip Cost:

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd. reserves the right to revise or change the trip costing rate posted on our website, under any circumstances, or on the pressure of various external factors beyond our control, for instance, changes in exchange rate, government action, etc. inflation, however assuring that we will put our effort as much possible to keep the present cost rate as it is.

07: Unforeseen Circumstances:

If the company have to cancel the respective trip due to unforeseen circumstances like natural disasters, political conflict, unfavorable climate, broken trail, and roads, etc., we will refer you for an alternative trip of similar types and standard.

Even if this doesn’t suit and fit your likes and interests, all trip prices paid by you to our company will be refunded with some administration and trip arrangement charge of 15 to 20 % depending upon the trip chosen.

Please note, any other expenses incurred by you as a result of this booking are entirely your responsibility.

08:  Travel / Medical Insurance:

We strongly suggest and recommend all booking Clients acquire Travel and Medical Insurance as a compulsion in all our tours and trekking and climbing trips. It should include adequate protection for tour/trekking/climbing/rafting or any other adventure sports with duration to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, and repatriation or emergency evacuation expenses by any means of transportation such as helicopter rescue, air ambulance and adequate cover for baggage.

09: Health & Fitness:

All our Treks and Tours require sound health and a level of fitness before signing a booking with us, client should always check with their local Doctor or Physician regarding their health and fitness before the trip departures to Himalayan destinations.
It’s solely the client’s responsibility to inform Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions of any pre-existing medical condition or disability that might reasonably be expected to increase the risk of your required medical attention, which may affect your capability to travel on the trips booked with us.

Children and Elderly people:

An authorized guardian by the parents must accompany all travelers under the age of sixteen.
A person of more than 70 years of age, although in good health still needs a partner, family member, or friends to accompany he/she.

If you have any queries regarding age and suitability, please contact us for further information.

10: Nepal / Tibet Visas & Passport Conditions:

It is important that all clients should have a valid passport with at least six months of validity from the return date of travel.

Nepal visas can be obtained from the Nepal Consulate or Embassy in your country or upon arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. The costs of Nepalese visas are the sole responsibility of clients. All clients must have a valid passport with at least 6 months of validity from the return date. As you are unable to obtain visas to Tibet you need to send your passport details to Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions for visa applications to travel in Tibet, we require this information at least three weeks prior to departure.

11: Risk and Liabilities:

Team Himalaya's main concern is your safety and satisfaction including our staff welfare, therefore we carry out all our assignments sincerely & honestly to ensure your holiday a Hassel hassle-free without any problems.

Nevertheless, unless stated otherwise, the trip may be changed under uncertain and inherent circumstances such as landslides, roadblocks, floods, heavy snow, political unrest, cancellation of flight, delayed arrival, sickness or accidents, etc. Any extra cost incurred there is your personal responsibility and should be borne on the spot.

Flight Delay/Cancellation:

Possibility of domestic flight delay or postponement due to bad weather in Himalayan regions which happens sometimes, in particular around Everest region Lukla, Phaplu, Annapurna / Mustang / Manang region Humde, Jomsom and on the Far West Dolpa, Simikot and Jumla region and on Far East sector Tumlingtar, and Taplejung area.

Trekking in remote areas or in as described above, especially during the off-season, you are highly advised to reserve extra days to prepare for some delays and avoid frustrating consequences.

In case of flight cancellation pre-tour/post-tour, you need to bear accommodation and food costs yourself.

12: Our Responsible Adventure Policy:

Our entire tour/trekking guide representing Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions deserves all authority during tours and trekking/rafting or on climbs.

Team Himalaya Treks & Expeditions will ensure to make every effort comfortable and satisfactory in all our trips, but one must understand that Himalayan or Third World and Developing Countries like Nepal cannot afford much of Western and highly timed facilities sometimes depending upon the area of travel, however, we will try our best to make your travel enjoyable with memorable time while with us.

Weather is another factor that directly impacts some trips, hence, patience in mind, enthusiasm and proper preparation before heading is a must.

Your personal belongings:

On any account, we’re not responsible for any loss or damage of your baggage/luggage or property even when it is shouldered by our porters, ponies, or vehicles. Our trip escorts and guides will provide necessary safety precautions so that this does not arise while with us.

Papers & Documents:

All necessary papers and documents should be presented in sequence for example to issue visas, necessary permits, etc. We’re not accountable in case of any trip formality not being completed in time before the trip departs in the absence of essential papers and documents.

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