Everest Region – Essential Info
Everest Region – Essential Info

Everest Region – Essential Info

Essential Trip Information for Everest:

We may need to alter our intended routes due to the quickly changing weather conditions in the Himalayas. Weather-related issues frequently cause flight delays or cancellations throughout Nepal, especially in high mountain regions. These delays are especially common on flights between Kathmandu and Lukla, which could alter the schedule of our tour departures. Therefore, we kindly ask everyone to plan on having a few extra days at the end of their trip just in case.

Special Note for Trekkers:

Some of the Peak Season The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal may run flights from Ramechhap to Lukla and Lukla to  Ramechhap Airport to relieve congestion at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. In this circumstance, for any affected departures you will have to get up early on day 2 drive the 135 kilometers (about 4-5 hours) from Kathmandu to Ramechhap airport and return. Transfers in a private vehicle will be provided at no additional cost. We will provide you with the most up-to-date information about flights.

The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, where the journey begins, is normally trustworthy, but if the weather is poor, all flights for the day will be delayed or canceled. We will try to get you on a hired helicopter (depending on your interest )if the flight is canceled, but you will be liable for the additional fees, which can range from $300 to $600 or more depending on the number of passengers on the flight.

Some itineraries include an extra day in the trek as a buffer in case of delays, while others do not. However, because flights can sometimes be delayed for many days, we recommend that you add a couple of extra days to the end of your trip in case of any delays. Extra days should always be added after the journey rather than at the beginning.

Pre-Trip Meeting:

Ambition Himalaya hosts the Pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu 1st or 2nd (depending on Itinerary) day of the itinerary. Trekkers introduce to the trek leader (guide). We will provide an opportunity for individuals to ask questions about the Everest base camp trek. The pre-trip meeting covers personal equipment, acclimatization, and to introduce you to another team member. Ambition Himalaya hopes pre-trip meetings have excellent, informative, and supportive.

Food for the trek to Everest Region or Everest Base Camp Trek

The names of the most popular meals in the area are listed below. During this trip, we have access to a sizable variety of food options on the tea house menus that are created and prepared by the local Village management.

Breakfast staples include Tibetan Breads, Chapati with Cheese (dry bread- a local wheat bread), oatmeal, peanut butter and honey French toast, Hash brown, fried corn flakes Pancakes, milk-based porridge, scrambled and cooked eggs, Muesli, etc available and for the hot drinks tea coffee, hot Chocolate, etc.

The lunch choices include a variety of tulpas (noodle soups), dal and bhat (a traditional Nepalese dish), momos (dumplings), Tibetan bread (chapati), macaroni, spaghetti, Sherpa stew, a variety of soups, steaks, and potato dishes, as well as sandwiches, pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, burgers, and pizza, yak steak, and desserts.

For Dinner, selections include Momos (dumplings), various varieties of Thukpa (noodle soup), Dahl and Bhat (a traditional Nepalese dish), Tibetan / chapatti bread, Macaroni, Spaghetti, Sherpa Stew, a variety of soups, steaks, and potato items, sandwiches, pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, Raman soups, burgers, and pizza, yak steak, desserts items, as well as hot and cold beverages.

Meat in mountainous regions is unclean and unhealthy. However, we’d like to convince you to abstain from eating meat, drinking alcohol, and smoking.

Options for dessert and snacks include rice pudding, apple pie, fruit-flavored Snickers or Mars bars, popcorn, cake, and pastries.

Options for hot drinks include hot chocolate, Coffee, mint, ginger, and green, lemon honey teas.

Equipment Checklist

Here is the list of recommended gear for trekking in Nepal. Depending on the trekking route, days, season, etc. these gear lists can be different. Please consider us before starting your journey. Some of these items are not compulsory and optional. Some items are only recommended for high-altitude treks.

Climbing Part:

PERSONAL CLIMBING GEARS: Ice axe, Crampons, Harness, Tape Slings (2), Screwgate Karabiners (2 locks, 2 unlock), Descender/Abseil Device, Plastic Mountaineering Boots, Ascender, Helmet (optional)

GROUP CLIMBING GEARS: Snow bar, Ice Hamer, Rope Ice Screw

General Equipment for Trekking 

Duffel or Rucksack bag: We provide complimentary duffel/kit bags, for trekking use this is optional if you want to use it or not.

Down Jacket and sleeping bag: Ambition Himalaya will provide a complimentary down jacket which needs to be returned after the trek. This is a hiring basis. But if you want to bring yourself or if you want to buy for your private in Kathmandu is possible.


Sunglasses [real ones, with true UV protection]
Sun hat or scarf
Light balaclava or warm fleece hat

Upper Body

Light and expedition-weight thermal tops
Fleece Jacket
Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (Optional)
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
Down vest and/or jacket

Lower Body

Under Garments
Hiking shorts
Lightweight cotton long pants
Light and expedition-weight thermal bottoms
Fleece pants (seasonal)
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants


Lightweight gloves
Heavyweight gloves or mittens


Hiking boots with spare laces
Thin, lightweight inner socks
Thick, warm wool hiking socks
Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals)
Gaiters for hiking in winter for high mountain


Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F *
Headlamp (e.g., Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
DSLR / Digital camera with spare batteries
Trekking Bags/Duffel bags
Basic First Aid Kit
Large plastic bags – for keeping Items dry inside trek bag
Day pack (Approximately 20-22 Liter)
Trekking Poles
Water bottlesToiletries (Small wash towel, Toilet paper, etc.)


Multipurpose soap [preferably biodegradable],
Deodorants, Nail clippers,
Sun block/face and body moisturizer,
Toothbrush/toothpaste [preferably biodegradable],
Feminine hygiene products, Small mirror

Personal Hygiene

Wet wipes [baby wipes],
Tissue/toilet rolls,
Anti-bacterial hands wash,
Water purifier [Better than using mineral water to keep the mountain clean]


Adaptors [Nepal two-prong, 220-volt plug; or just an international, universal adaptor],
Multi-tool [Swiss Army Knife, Leatherman tool],
Personal snacks [candy bars & cookies can also be bought in Kathmandu, Namche Pokhara, etc, or at every guesthouse], Sewing Kit [Sometimes it’s very useful],
Superglue, Books for reading in free time,
Cell / mobile phone, Trail Map / Guide book,* iPod / Walkman / Mp3 Player / Mp4 Player, Pens / Pencils and small notebooks,
Games i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble, playing cards


Ambition Himalaya’s Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), a medical condition that can be fatal when brought on by climbing too quickly, is the subject of the Everest Area Trek program. Less oxygen is present in the air in higher mountainous areas. If hikers want to be safe on any Everest region trek itinerary. In an atmosphere with less air, their bodies require a few days to recover. Particularly, passengers should be aware of any heart, lung, or blood conditions to visit their doctor before departing. Ambition The route taken by Himalaya was created to do everything in its power to prevent AMS. You must keep in mind that certain people are more vulnerable than others.

Physical Conditions:

Ordinarily, the entire Everest region In the Khumbu region, there is a peak called Trek. Walkers who are in good physical shape can do this. The traveler must be in good physical and mental health. Most hikes are between five and six hours, but some days can last up to seven. It is a good idea to get regular exercise leading up to your vacation to prepare for it. Which has a long stroll in the hilly location for its greatest form. The most crucial factors are a cheerful outlook and a lot of determination. Technical experience is not necessary, and hiking experience is a benefit. Before setting up your appointment, please let us know about any pre-existing medical conditions you may have. Additionally, Before traveling to Nepal, it’s crucial to discuss vaccinations and any other potential medical issues with your doctor. You are liable for all medical and departure costs.


While we don’t anticipate that anything major will go wrong for you during your trip, we will make every effort to bring you to the nearest hospital if a serious disease strikes. However, any costs associated with the evacuation process will be your responsibility. Therefore, having insurance that will cover your expenses is a wise idea. Stay covered. (See the page on travel insurance)

Staff Arrangement and Insurance:

Ambition Himalaya crew works hard to make your journey successful, fun, and unforgettable. They are kind, considerate, knowledgeable, and careful. Your visits are led by the most qualified and experienced guide (guide). He had a wealth of knowledge. He is familiar with Nepal’s culture, ecosystem, flora, fauna, geography, and history. Our leaders and guides have received thorough training in a variety of areas, including hospitality, first aid, language, and government-approved trekking guide courses. The Company has insurance coverage for the Staff, Guide, and Porters.

Porter Care:

We provide a variety of itineraries, some of which do not include porters, but we may make arrangements if you so like. Additionally, we include porters in some itineraries. Adventure is what trekking is. Porters must work very hard at their jobs. They transport supplies and luggage for trekkers, facilitating an easy and comfortable route over the isolated mountains of the Everest region. We make sure that all of our porters are properly paid and trained.  We ask all trekkers to limit their bag weight to between 15 and 25  kilograms per porter to carry. We support the work of the International Porter Protection Group (IPPG) and Provides help and advice to those organizations to improve the working conditions of the porters on whom we depend. We support the International Porter Protection Group’s (IPPG) efforts to help organizations that rely on porters by offering assistance and guidance.


Ambition Himalaya offers you a standard tourist accommodation in Kathmandu, but if you’d prefer a 4 or 5-star hotel, we can arrange one as well. You could inform us. Additionally, all lodging for hikers in the Everest zone is a twin-sharing guesthouse or lodge included in the tour price. We will make the lodge available to you and your party every day in the area (In some places rooms cannot be booked in advance).

Trekking Grade:

It is a rather difficult trek to reach the Everest region. The trek onto the highest mountain in the nation is a long, moderately difficult one. Therefore, passengers need extra stamina, and the trip is exhausting because it involves 5-8 hours (about) of daily walking on rocky edges. No prior experience is necessary, however, you must be in good physical condition if you regularly exercise. This excursion is for you if you enjoy walking at high altitudes.

Booking Confirmation (Online Payment)

For the booking confirmation of your trip plan, we suggest you transfer at least 20% payment of the total amount for the Nepal trip and 50% for Bhutan & Tibet. So transfer payment through the below link.

Here is the link for online payment:https://ambitionhimalaya.com/online-payment/

You can pay us the rest of the amount once you arrived in Nepal via online payment, credit card, or cash payment. If you choose to settle your due balance by online transfer or credit card processing charge of 4% extra on the outstanding balance will be made.

Visa to enter Nepal 

You can get a visa at Kathmandu airport upon arrival. Please bring 2 photos for the visa. Expect to have some waiting time in the queue for obtaining your visa. You can also get your visa before coming on the tour by contacting your closest Nepali embassy.

Tourist Visa Fee Details

US Dollars 30 or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto for 15 days

US Dollars 50 or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto for 30 days

US Dollars 125 or other convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto for 90 days

If you have more questions don’t hesitate to ask us or you can reference the official publication from the Nepal Visa Office.

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When and where should you arrive?

Please make sure to reserve a flight from and to Kathmandu International Airport.

A person holding the “Ambition Himalaya Treks & Expeditions” sign card or your name will meet you outside the Kathmandu international airport terminal and take you to the hotel.

Please if you want to make additional Hotel arrangements email us. [email protected] if you anticipate arriving or departing early or after hours.

Please get in touch with us after purchasing your foreign flight details.

Currencies accepted in Nepal:

The following major currencies are accepted for both VISA and in general: USD, Pound, AUD, and EUR. In Kathmandu, there are lots of ATMs, and many restaurants accept credit cards, even though there aren’t many stores that do. Please be aware that the trekking area only accepts Nepali Rupees.


While we don’t anticipate that anything major will go wrong for you during your trip, we will make every effort to bring you to the nearest hospital if a serious disease strikes. However, any costs associated with the evacuation process will be your responsibility. Therefore, having insurance that will cover your expenses is a wise idea. Stay covered. (See the page on travel insurance)

Trip Extensions or Alternative:

If you are pleased with our assistance and decide to extend your vacation, we can further arrange for your visit to Tibet and Bhutan. You can read here for some other ideas on other trekking and activities in Nepal, such as the Manaslu circuit trek in the Annapurna region Trek, the Langtang Trek, tours, day trips, rafting, peak climbing, etc.

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