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Since this trek requires more trekking days as well as it is also a high pass trekking, it is comparatively more expensive than other treks in the Everest region of Nepal. The budget for Everest Three Passes Trek ranges from 1,200.00 USD to USD 3,000.00 or more as per the services you choose and as per your requirements and specifications.
Everest Three Pass Trek gives you an overall Everest Trekking experience. You get to cross three high passes – Kongma La, Cho La and Renjo La; along with an opportunity to visit Everest Base Camp. Ascending towards Gokyo Ri and Kala Patthar gives us breathtaking panoramic views of Everest and other surrounding peaks. It is considered to be a challenging trek and is preferred by adventure lovers who want to have it all.
The budget for Everest Three Passes Trek ranges from 1,200.00 USD to USD 3,000.00 or more as per the services you choose and as per your requirements and specifications.
In comparison to other trek packages at Everest Region, the Everest Three Passes Trek is comparatively a bit tough and technical since you will be crossing three high passes. You need to be physically fit and possess good health; apart from that, previous trekking experience is an added merit for Everest Three Passes Trek.
Of course, it is safe to go for Everest Three Passes Trek because the impacts of Earthquake don’t exist anymore in the trails of this trek after the recovery and reconstructions. Well, the locals are still having some trouble to rise again after the devastation but for the trek, it is safe and fine now.
Everest Three Passes Trek is suitable to go for any time around the year but to escape the risk of blockades from snowfall, slippery trail due to rainfall and extreme cold, it is not recommended to go for Everest Three Passes Trek during winter and summer. Instead, autumn and spring would be the best seasons to go for this trek since with the clear weather and perfect sceneries; you can also enjoy the blossoms of Rhododendron flowers of various species along with other vegetations.
There are several health posts along the trail where basic medical facilities are available whereas there is a hospital at Pheriche which lies in the middle of the route. As well as, there will be volunteer doctors along the trail during high season time. However, it is preferred to have your regular medicines with you if you are using any.
During Everest Three Passes Trek, you would be staying overnight at tea-houses or lodges and you will be served with traditional Nepali dishes like Dal-Bhat. Whereas, you also need to stay in tent-camps in high passes eating the foods you choose to carry up to there.
Nepal Mountain Trekkers is a travel agency formed with the involvement of highly experienced and professional trekkers with an experience of more than 2 decades in trekking in the Himalayas. Moreover, we do have staffs from all the special parts of the country to provide you with the proper and adequate information and make you enjoy the best of your trip. In our years of experience, none of our clients had any complaint or dissatisfaction from our company and till now all our previous clients highly recommend our team to their friends and family which is the reason behind our dedication and diligence. Once you trek with our team, you will surely think of visiting Nepal time and again with Nepal Mountain Trekkers only.
It is necessary to take a highly experienced and licensed guide to instruct you and help you explore the best of this trek as well as to take care of you during the trek. If you go trekking without a guide then you won't get to know the things you ought to explore as well as there might arise several problems on the trail. On the other hand, to enhance the comfort of trekking, you might need porters to carry your loads and climbing guides are required in order to instruct you and assist you during the climb.
Since the trail of this trekking is mostly rural, the drinking water available during this trek would be tap water, well water or hand pumps and should be purified prior to drinking them. Hence, you should buy bottle waters or should have a water purifying pills or any other equipment to ensure drinking safe water.
Sun hat or scarf
Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
Suncreams(40+) and Lip Balms
Cotton t-shirts and thermals
Lightweight cotton pants (long)
Thin inner socks (3 pairs)
Thick, warm wool hiking socks
Comfortable hiking boots
Gloves (Cotton and Waterproof)
Sleeping bag rated to -10°C +
Trekking bag (Rucksack)
Large plastic bags (for keeping items dry inside trek bag)
Trekking poles (optional, recommended)
Water bottle or camel bag
Toiletries and Tissue Papers
First Aid Kits
Personal Regular Medicines
Well, it is not compulsory to be insured but as we already know “Prevention is better than cure”. If you are insured then you can have a relaxed trip without worries and enjoy with a free mind.
Yes, it is possible to get hot showers during Everest Three Passes Trek on the lodges you would be staying overnight or during acclimatization.
You might already know that the weather of Lukla is unpredictable, it’s really uncertain. So before we proceed towards Lukla from Kathmandu, if we came to know the weather is unfavourable, you will be provided with the buffer time of 1 day to wait for the improvement in the weather.
In case, if we already flew towards Lukla and complete the trek but due to weather if you cannot fly back to Kathmandu in the scheduled day then you must have 1 or 2 more days to be spent in there. However, you can fly back via helicopter in case of urgency or emergency which is a bit expensive than regular flight (around USD 400 / 500 according to the situation per person in the group).
Yes, of course, with Nepal Mountain Trekkers you can customize/personalize the trek itinerary and services to be provided according to your requirements.
Of course, since Everest Three Passes Trek is one of the most accessible treks and very popular among the trekkers, one can go for solo trekking without any worries. Because the people in there are very friendly and co-operative and you can also meet other trekkers along the way so that there won’t be any risk for solo trekkers or solo female trekkers to go for Everest Three Passes Trek. Furthermore, our trekking staffs (guides) are highly experienced and dedicated to their job, so our company will be fully responsible for that note.
Since you should be entering Sagarmatha National Park, and because the region comes under a protected area, you would be requiring TIMS card, Local Rural Metropolitan City Tax and Sagarmatha National Park fees for Everest View Trek.
The Everest Region lies at the border of Nepal and Tibet and is highly influenced by the lifestyle and culture of Tibetan people. There are mostly Sherpa people, who are often considered as “the born Mountaineers” and almost everyone in this region practices Buddhism which is the reason you can see Monasteries, Chortens, Prayer flags, Prayer wheels, Mani walls and Mani Stones abundantly along the trails.
The herbs and vegetations preserved at Sagarmatha National Park are silver firs, birch, rhododendron and juniper trees whereas the wildlife inhabitant at Sagarmatha National Park are Musk deer, Himalayan Tahr, Ghoral, Serow, Wolf, and even the Himalayan Black Bear and if you are very lucky you can also spot Snow Leopard, Red Panda, two varieties of Dazzling Pheasants – the Crimson-horned and the Impeyan Pheasant(national bird of Nepal), marmots, pikas, and marten as well.
After receiving permission from the concerned authority, you can take Drone at Sagarmatha National Park but there are certain rules and regulations to be followed. For more information regarding Drone Permission, please Click Here to follow the link. In most of the cases, the cost is about 1000 USD but it varies according to the weight and other verification of the Drone as well as the number of days.
There is a possibility of getting altitude sickness during Everest Three Passes Trek but with proper acclimatization and health care as well as the guidance from trekking staffs, you shouldn’t face the trouble of altitude sickness.
ATMs and credit cards are accessible only on the major cities of Nepal, so during your Everest High Passes Trek, you can use ATMs and credit cards only while you are on Kathmandu, Lukla and Namche Bazaar.
You can bring any of the currencies authorized by the Government of Nepal. Nepal Mountain Trekkers provide you with the facility of exchanging foreign currency at the market rate without any commissions and extra charge.
Well, the tip for guide and other trekking staffs like porters and drivers is not mandatory but since they contribute their time apart from family to make you enjoy the best of your trip ensuring your safety and satisfaction, we recommend you to contribute some amount of tip for them. In Nepal, it is practised that 10% of the total amount you pay for your trek and tour is contributed as a tip.
The trekking trails of Everest Three Passes Trek is mostly less crowded but during the trekking seasons, the trails get somehow busy with tourists. But since they are all trekkers, it would be fun joining along your trek and it won’t affect your trekking experience at all because of the pace of each trekker/groups.
Yes, you can certainly get access to WiFi in lodges and also mobile data during Everest Three Passes Trek for Internet and to communicate with your friends and family.
While you are on Everest Three Passes Trek, you can get access to electricity or solar energy for charging your electronic devices at lodges and tea-houses but you can only get access to the two-pin adapter so you should bring conversion plug or another converter if your device is not suitable with two-pin plug. And while you stay overnight in tent-camps, it is recommended to have your own power supply if possible.
“Namaste” is the common form of greeting in Nepal which is often spoken as Namaskar. It is a traditional Hindu greeting and it is used both for salutation and valediction. Namaste is usually spoken with a slight bow and hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointing upwards, thumbs close to the chest.