Everest Base Camp

An Exhilarating Experience


This 17 day adventurous itinerary trekking holiday in Nepal, is guaranteed to be a challenging yet rewarding experience.

Witness breathtaking Himalayan views, glaciers and lakes. Walk along some of the longest-hanging bridges, live in tea houses with local Tibetan families, and witness the simple day-to-day lives of the locals. 

The climax of this trip, pun intended is reaching the base of the magnificent Everest Mountain. The base is at 5364m.


17 days

28th Oct -13th Nov 2023

11 Days of Leave Required

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Travel Style

Trekking – to the base of the highest mountain in the world!

Physical Rating: 5/5

Only accessible to mentally & physically strong individuals.

Small group

This is a small group experience. Maximum 19 persons only.

A Unique experience of a lifetime

This 17-day trekking holiday in Nepal will surely be the highlight of the year. Climbing to the base of the highest mountain in the world is not only satisfying but also a fulfillment of a lifetime!


Get to experience the amazing Nepali culture, as we roam through the streets Kathmandu.

During the trek itself, you will get to walk through Mountain villages, scattered around the Himalayas. On this trekking holiday in Nepal, we will be climbing to the base of the highest mountain in the world, Everest – making this trek an epic challenge due to the effects of altitude. 

If you Dare to challenge your body mentally, and physically as your trek through the most amazing scenery with like-minded people then this trip is certainly ideal for you. 

Experiences of Fellow Travellers

Ian Ciantar

Went with Kraze Travel to Nepal. They managed to make the trip very easy for someone who has never been out of Europe. Information and tips given were very useful and the insight on the place was very good. The idea of having small groups works very well. During our trip we managed to bound really quickly which made the experience more fun and amazing. I recommend Tag Along Travellers to anyone who wants some piece of adventure. Definitely not the last trip with them.