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Everest Base Camp Trek -14 Days

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Key Information


15 Days










Flight / Private Vehicle

Best Season

October ,November ,March and April

Everest Base Camp Trek Trip Description

"Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular trekking route famous for adventure walking to the world's highest peak, Mount Everest."

The opportunity to witness the views of the highest peak in the world is surely a thrilling experience. Mix it in with the chance to trek to the Base Camp of Everest (8848.86m), and you have to yourself, the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Every year millions of people from all across the world visit Nepal with a common goal of watching the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.

Although not everyone comes with the intention of climbing the highest peak, most of the people at least have the Everest base camp trek to have the memory of their lifetime.

Travel to the depths of the Khumbu region and explore the mystique surrounding Everest. Test your patience and stamina and get the chance to explore the stunning beauty and magnificent landscapes of Everest region.

Apart from the mind-boggling mountain views, you get the chance to explore the flora and fauna that adorn the path to the Everest.

Come experience the physically challenging and emotionally overpowering trek to the Everest Base Camp, and you are surely set to come back for more.

Key Highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Spectacular Mountain Views: Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.
  • Sherpa Culture: Immerse yourself in the rich Sherpa culture of the Khumbu region, visiting monasteries, interacting with locals, and learning about their traditions.
  • Tengboche Monastery: Visit the famous Tengboche Monastery, one of the highest Buddhist monasteries in the world, and witness its stunning architecture and serene ambiance.
  • Namche Bazaar: Explore the vibrant Namche Bazaar, the unofficial capital of the Khumbu region, known for its bustling markets, shops, and teahouses.
  • Sagarmatha National Park: Trek through the UNESCO-listed Sagarmatha National Park, home to diverse flora and fauna, including rare species like the snow leopard and red panda.
  • Everest Base Camp: Reach the iconic Everest Base Camp, where climbers prepare to conquer Mount Everest, and experience the thrill of standing at the foot of the world's highest mountain.
  • Kala Patthar: Hike to Kala Patthar for the best sunrise views of Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks. It's a photographer's paradise.
  • Scenic Flights: Take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, witnessing stunning Himalayan vistas from the air.
  • Trekking Challenges: Challenge yourself with high-altitude trekking, crossing suspension bridges, and navigating rugged terrain while enjoying the adventure.
  • Local Cuisine: Savor authentic Nepali and Sherpa cuisine, including momo dumplings, dal bhat, and yak cheese, at teahouses along the trail.

These highlights make the Everest Base Camp Trek an unforgettable journey for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Advantages of Everest Base Camp trek with Himalayan Partner Treks

  • Expertise and Experience: Himalayan Partner Treks likely has extensive experience in organizing treks to Everest Base Camp, ensuring a well-planned and safe adventure.
  • Local Knowledge: They can provide valuable insights into the region, including the best trails, accommodations, and cultural experiences, thanks to their local knowledge.
  • Experienced Guides: With experienced and knowledgeable trekking guides, you can navigate the challenging terrain and learn about the culture and environment along the way.
  • Safety and Logistics: They are likely well-equipped to handle safety measures, including emergency procedures, and manage logistics such as permits and transportation.
  • Customization: Many trekking companies offer personalized itineraries, allowing you to tailor your trek to your preferences and fitness level.
  • Group Dynamics: Joining a group with Himalayan Partner Treks can enhance the social aspect of the journey, offering camaraderie and shared experiences.
  • Accommodation and Meals: They may arrange comfortable accommodations and provide delicious meals during the trek, making your experience more enjoyable.
  • Environmental Responsibility: Some trekking companies, like Himalayan Partner Treks, prioritize sustainable and responsible trekking practices, helping to preserve the natural beauty of the region.
  • Cost Efficiency: Booking with a reputable trekking company can help you get the best value for your money by bundling services like permits, accommodations, and meals.
  • Peace of Mind: With a trusted trekking partner, you can have peace of mind knowing that they will handle the logistics, leaving you to focus on enjoying the journey and the breathtaking scenery.

Accommodation during the Everest Base Camp Trek

Accommodation on the Everest Base Camp Trek primarily includes teahouses and lodges. Teahouses are basic with beds, shared bathrooms, and dining areas. Some offer hot showers for a fee. Lodges, found in larger villages, offer more comfort, private bathrooms, and amenities. Camping is an adventurous option, but it requires additional logistics. At higher altitudes, accommodations are simpler. During peak seasons, book ahead. Bring a warm sleeping bag, as temperatures drop at higher altitudes. Expect limited electricity and Wi-Fi, and carry toiletries. Overall, the accommodations offer a unique experience in the Himalayas.

Transportation (Optional) during the Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Flights: The journey often begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla Airport is known for its short and challenging runway, providing a thrilling start to your adventure. From Lukla, you start the trek on foot.
  • Trekking: Trekking is the primary mode of transportation throughout the Everest Base Camp Trek. You'll hike through various villages and landscapes, ascending gradually towards the base camp. The trail is well-marked, and experienced guides are available to lead the way.

Optional transportation considerations:

  • Porters: Hiring porters is a common practice. They can carry your heavy gear, allowing you to trek with a lighter load. It's a way to support the local economy and make the trek more manageable.
  • Yaks and Horses: In some areas, especially at higher altitudes, yaks and horses are used to transport goods and supplies. They may share the trail with trekkers.
  • Helicopter Evacuation: In the case of emergencies or altitude sickness, helicopter evacuation services are available. It's crucial to have travel insurance that covers such services.

Alternative trekking routes in Everest Region:

The Everest Region offers several alternative trekking routes apart from the popular Everest Base Camp Trek. These routes provide diverse experiences and stunning views of the Himalayas. Here are some alternative trekking routes in the Everest Region:

Gokyo Lakes Trek: This trek takes you to the beautiful Gokyo Valley, known for its pristine glacial lakes. Highlights include Gokyo Ri, which offers panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu, and the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in the Himalayas.

Three Passes Trek: A challenging trek that crosses three high mountain passes - Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La. It offers a more remote and less crowded experience, with breathtaking vistas and the opportunity to explore the quieter side of the Everest region.

Everest View Trek: A shorter trek that focuses on the cultural and scenic aspects of the region. It includes visits to Sherpa villages like Khumjung and offers spectacular views of Everest, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku.

Pikey Peak Trek: Located in the lower Solu region, this trek takes you to Pikey Peak, offering stunning sunrise and sunset views of the Everest and Makalu ranges. It's known for its serene landscapes and a more off-the-beaten-path experience.

Makalu Base Camp Trek: Although not within the Everest region per se, it's nearby and provides an opportunity to explore Makalu Barun National Park. The trail leads to the base camp of Mount Makalu, the fifth-highest peak in the world.

Rolwaling Valley Trek: This remote and less-visited trek takes you through the Rolwaling Valley, offering a challenging adventure with pristine landscapes, serene lakes, and the Tso Rolpa Glacier.

Arun Valley Trek: Explore the lush Arun Valley, known for its rich biodiversity, terraced fields, and traditional villages. It's a great option for those interested in a more culturally immersive experience.

Everest High Passes and Tsum Valley Trek: This extended trek combines the Three Passes route with a detour to the secluded Tsum Valley. It offers a unique blend of cultural exploration and high-altitude adventure.

When choosing an alternative trek in the Everest Region, consider your fitness level, the duration of your trek, and the kind of experience you're seeking. Each route has its unique appeal and rewards trekkers with breathtaking natural beauty and cultural immersion.

Itinerary Expand All Close All

Lodge / Tea House

Today, we will embark on one of fascinating sights on the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Considered to be one of the most dangerous as well as interesting flights in Nepal it offers the views of the entire range of the Everest region. After reaching the plateau of Lukla, we set off on the trek. We don’t have much to walk today, as we reach easily to Phakding. 40 minutes flight and 3-4 hours of trek included. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

Through pine forests, we follow the path to Benkar by crossing the DudhKoshi River. We then cross the entrance of the Everest National Park to Monjo. Cross a suspension bridge, and pass the Jorsale village to cross the DudhKoshi and BhoteKoshi Rivers. The excitement of this Everest view Trek becomes more exciting as we reach Namche Bazaar, which offers views of Everest and its surrounding peaks. 5-6 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

Your interest of making the Everest View Trek something to remember for a lifetime will only be more realistic if you acclimatize with the changing altitude. To achieve this, we hike around the Khumjung village. Another option is the roam around the Namche Bazaar, which is equipped with all modern facilities. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

The week up to Phunki is easy and is followed by an ascending to Tengboche monastery, the largest one in the Everest region. The views of the Himalayan peaks like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, AmaDablam, Nuptse, and Thamserku are alluring from this point. We can also visit the Buddhist religious ceremony. 5-6 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

The trail descends and passes through coniferous forests to reach Debuche. The blessed view of Lhotse, Everest and AmaDablam cheer us on as we cross the Imja River to reach Pangboche. The Himalayan Vista and views of Everest become better as we reach the picturesque summer settlement of Dingboche.5-6 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

This is yet another day for acclimatization. We will climb a ridge located in the village to witness the views of the six highest peaks in the world, including Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse. The ImjaKhola Valley is sprawled before us in shining glory. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

A short day as we trek across a wide pass to reach Dusa. The mighty Himalayas surround us from all over and we begin to see Mt. Pumori. We ascend to Dughla and walk more to visit the Memorial Shrine. 3-4 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

Ascend a steep moraine to reach the Khumbu Glacier, and we ascend the ChupkiLakpa ridge through boulder strewn slopes. We drop down to the Khumbu Glacier moraine and the views of the high peaks sprawled across looks amazing. 4 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

Today is the wonderful day when we ascend the Everest Base Camp and get a chance to witness the views of Everest from up close. The Everest View trek comes to an exciting point as we set off early morning on a glacier path to melt patterns. Admiring the rounded ice towers of the KhumbuGlacier, we reach Gorakshep and continue further upwards to reach the stunningly beautiful Everest Base Camp. Amazing views of the Everest from up close, along with those of Nuptse, Khumbutse, and Pumori makes this day a memorable one. We spend the night back in Gorakshep. 7-8 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

We start off early today too, in order to reach the highest point of the trek at Kalapatthar. We walk across a steep trail and observe the views of the Lingtren, Khumbutse and Changtse mountains along the path. Upon reaching the top, the views are spectacular, with the entire Everest Mountain and all its base camps appearing in view. We return back to Gorakshep and reach Pheriche today. 7-8 hours of trek. BLD included.

Hotel /Lodge

We lose 200- feet in elevation and descend through rhododendron and juniper trees to reach the bridge over DudhKoshi River. From here, the path reaches Sansa and the views of AmaDablam, Nuptse and Thamserku come to view. 6-7 hours of trek. BLD included.

Lodge / Tea House

We bid goodbye to the views of the mighty Everest, and return back to the Lukla plateau through a rocky terrain in a downhill trek. 6-7 hours of trek. BLD included.


We return back to Kathmandu on the same adventurous flight, and reach Kathmandu. We can rest or buy some souvenirs for loved ones back home. 40 minutes of flight. B D included.


With the memories of the Everest Base Camp Trek in mind and the experience of the wonderful journey embedded in our hearts, It is finally time to bid goodbye to this spectacular journey, only with a promise to come back.

What Is Included ?

  • Airport pick up and drop by private car.
  • 2 nights 3 star Hotel  in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) including the coffee and tea.
  • All Ground transportation.
  • Himalayan Partner Treks T- shirt.
  • Proper Insurance of all Our staff.
  • All government and local taxes.
  • Highly experienced Government licensed guide, porter/poters and their expenses including and Their equipments during the trek.
  • Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and back with airport taxes for you and guide.
  • Necessary permits And entrance Fees .
  • Himalayan Partner treks sleeping bag, down Jacket and Duffel bag (if you don’t have your own, To be return after trip completed).
  • Himalayan Partner treks kit box.
  • Assistant guide group size above 5+ person. 
  •  Farewell dinner in Nepalese Restaurant with Company Team.

What Is Excluded?

  • International airfare & Nepal visa fee
  • Food in Kathmandu and Extra Days in Nepal.
  • Tips for guides, porters and driver.
  • your insurance and Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc).
  • All kind of drinks While you are on Treks.
  • Entrance fees in the monuments during Treks.
  • Extra night accommodation than the scheduled itinerary.

Everest Base Camp Trek -14 Days Altitude Profile

Route Map


The best times are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is stable, and the views are clear.

The standard trek duration is around 14-15 days, but it can vary based on your itinerary and acclimatization needs.

Yes, you'll need several permits, including the Sagarmatha National Park Permit and a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card.

The trek is considered moderately challenging due to the high altitude, steep terrain, and variable weather conditions.

Hiring a guide is highly recommended, especially if you're not experienced in high-altitude trekking. A porter can help with your luggage.

Pack warm clothing, sturdy trekking boots, a good-quality sleeping bag, and essential personal items. Dress in layers for changing weather conditions.

ATM services are limited on the trekking route. It's advisable to carry enough cash (Nepalese Rupees) for your expenses.

Proper acclimatization is crucial. Ascend slowly, stay hydrated, and listen to your body. Diamox can be used as a preventive measure but consult a doctor before use.

You'll find a variety of meals at teahouses, including Nepali, Tibetan, and international dishes. Dal bhat (lentil soup with rice), momo dumplings, and Sherpa stew are popular choices.

Some teahouses offer charging facilities, but it's best to carry a power bank or solar charger to ensure you have power.

Wi-Fi is available at some teahouses, but it can be slow and expensive. Expect limited connectivity.

Yes, you can book in advance during peak seasons to secure a place. However, it's not always necessary during the off-season.

Helicopter evacuation services are available in emergencies, but it's crucial to have travel insurance that covers such situations.

Additional Information

1. Itinerary Overview:

A 15-day itinerary provides a well-paced journey with adequate acclimatization stops, making it suitable for most trekkers.

2. Extra Rest Days:

Some itineraries include extra rest days to acclimatize and explore nearby attractions like Khumjung or Dingboche.

3. Packing Essentials:

In addition to warm clothing and trekking gear, consider bringing a reusable water bottle, water purification tablets, and a first-aid kit.

4. Teahouse Accommodations:

Teahouses vary in quality, so it's a good idea to have realistic expectations. Rooms are basic, and it's advisable to bring earplugs for a good night's sleep.

5. Altitude Sickness Awareness:

Familiarize yourself with the symptoms of altitude sickness and be prepared to descend if necessary. Guides and teahouse owners are knowledgeable and can provide assistance.

6. Sunrise at Kala Patthar:

Don't miss the opportunity to hike to Kala Patthar for a stunning sunrise view of Everest. It's a highlight of the trek.

7. Local Culture:

Respect local customs and traditions. When passing Buddhist stupas or Mani walls, always walk on the left side to show respect.

8. Responsible Trekking:

Practice "Leave No Trace" principles by carrying out all trash and disposing of it properly. Support teahouses that prioritize eco-friendly practices.

9. Health and Safety:

Hygiene facilities are basic on the trail. Carry hand sanitizer and tissues. Avoid consuming uncooked or unpeeled fruits and vegetables.

10. Budgeting: - Have a mix of local currency and small denominations for expenses. Keep some extra cash for unexpected situations.

11. Final Gear Check: - Ensure all your trekking gear, including boots and clothing, is comfortable and well-broken in before starting the trek.

12. Guided or Independent Trek: - While it's possible to trek independently, hiring a local guide provides safety, cultural insights, and support in case of emergencies.

13. Permits and Documents: - Keep your permits, identification, and travel insurance documents in a waterproof bag or pouch for safekeeping.

14. Photographic Opportunities: - Bring extra camera batteries and memory cards. The Himalayan landscapes offer incredible photo opportunities.

15. Enjoy the Journey: - The Everest Base Camp Trek is not just about reaching the destination; it's about enjoying the journey, connecting with nature, and immersing yourself in the local culture. Take your time and savor every moment.

A 15-day Everest Base Camp Trek offers a balanced and enriching experience in the Khumbu region, allowing trekkers to fully appreciate the natural beauty and cultural richness of this iconic destination.

The Everest Base Camp Trek terrain is characterized by a mix of well-marked trails, rugged terrain, steep ascents and descents, suspension bridges, and rocky paths. Trekkers will encounter diverse landscapes, from lush forests in the lower altitudes to barren alpine regions at higher elevations. The difficulty level of the trek is considered moderate to challenging due to the high altitude and variable weather conditions. Proper acclimatization and a reasonable level of physical fitness are essential for a safe and enjoyable experience. While it's achievable for most hikers, it requires determination and preparation to tackle the trek's demands.

Spring (March to May):

  • Spring is one of the best times for the Everest Base Camp Trek.
  • Days are generally mild and sunny with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F).
  • Nights can be cold, with temperatures dropping to around -10°C to -5°C (14°F to 23°F) at higher altitudes.
  • Rhododendron forests are in full bloom, adding color to the landscape.

Autumn (September to November):

  • Another prime season for trekking to Everest Base Camp.
  • Days are pleasant with temperatures averaging 12°C to 20°C (54°F to 68°F).
  • Nights get colder, ranging from -5°C to -10°C (23°F to 14°F) at higher elevations.
  • Clear skies offer excellent mountain views.

Monsoon (June to August):

  • Monsoon season brings heavy rainfall and is not recommended for trekking.
  • Trails can become muddy and slippery, and the risk of landslides increases.
  • Trekking during this season is challenging and potentially hazardous.

Winter (December to February):

  • Winter is the coldest and least popular season for trekking.
  • Daytime temperatures at lower elevations can range from 2°C to 10°C (36°F to 50°F).
  • Nights are extremely cold, with temperatures plummeting to -15°C to -20°C (5°F to -4°F) or lower at higher altitudes.
  • Snowfall is common, and some teahouses along the trail may be closed.

The best time for trekking in the Everest Region is during the spring and autumn seasons when the weather is relatively stable, and the views of the Himalayan peaks are clear and breathtaking. Trekkers should be prepared for varying temperatures and weather conditions, especially as they ascend to higher altitudes, and carry appropriate clothing and gear.

The Everest Base Camp Trek offers a range of stunning viewpoints and attractions along the way, each providing unique perspectives of the Himalayan landscape. Here are some of the must-visit viewpoints and attractions:

  1. Kala Patthar (5,643 meters): This is one of the most iconic viewpoints on the trek, offering a breathtaking panorama of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and many other peaks. It's particularly famous for sunrise views.

  2. Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters): While the base camp itself is an attraction, it also provides fantastic close-up views of the Khumbu Icefall and the impressive Everest massif.

  3. Gokyo Ri (5,360 meters): If you're taking the Gokyo Lakes route, Gokyo Ri offers astounding views of Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and the pristine Gokyo Lakes below.

  4. Renjo La Pass (5,360 meters): This high mountain pass not only offers incredible panoramic views but also serves as a thrilling point of transition between the Everest and Gokyo Valley regions.

  5. Cho La Pass (5,420 meters): This challenging pass rewards trekkers with outstanding views and connects the Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake regions.

  6. Tengboche Monastery (3,867 meters): This cultural attraction provides a serene setting and beautiful views of Ama Dablam and surrounding peaks. It's an essential stop on many trekkers' itineraries.

  7. Namche Bazaar (3,440 meters): The bustling market town serves as a hub for trekkers and offers fantastic mountain views, including Everest and Thamserku.

  8. Pangboche (3,985 meters): This village is known for its ancient monastery and offers views of Ama Dablam.

  9. Dingboche (4,410 meters): A picturesque village with excellent views of Island Peak and Lhotse.

  10. Periche (4,370 meters): Visit the Himalayan Rescue Association's clinic and enjoy views of Taboche and Cholatse.

  11. Khumbu Glacier: As you approach Everest Base Camp, the rugged beauty of the Khumbu Glacier unfolds before you.

  12. Imja Tse (Island Peak) Base Camp: If you're interested in mountaineering, the base camp of Island Peak offers views of this impressive peak and surrounding mountains.

These attractions and viewpoints make the Everest Base Camp Trek a truly memorable and visually stunning journey through the heart of the Himalayas. Each one provides a unique perspective on the world's highest peaks and the breathtaking landscapes of the Khumbu region.

The condition of the Everest Base Camp Trekking route can vary depending on the time of year, weather, and maintenance efforts. Here's an overview of what you can expect:

1. Trail Condition:

The main trekking route from Lukla to Everest Base Camp is generally well-maintained and well-marked.

Paths can vary from well-defined trails to rocky and uneven terrain, especially in higher altitudes.

Some sections include steep ascents and descents and require careful navigation, particularly around suspension bridges.

2. Weather and Seasons:

Trail conditions can change significantly with the seasons. During the peak trekking seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), the trails are in better condition due to drier weather.

In the monsoon season (June to August), the trails can become muddy and slippery due to rain, and there's an increased risk of landslides.

In winter (December to February), snow and ice can make some sections more challenging.

3. Teahouse Accommodations:

Teahouses along the route provide basic but functional lodging and meals. Accommodation quality can vary, with some offering more comfort and amenities than others.

4. Altitude and Acclimatization:

The route ascends gradually, allowing trekkers to acclimatize to higher altitudes. Proper acclimatization is essential to avoid altitude sickness.

5. Elevation Gain:

Trekkers will experience a significant elevation gain as they ascend from Lukla (around 2,800 meters) to Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters). This can lead to challenges like shortness of breath and fatigue.

6. Bridge Crossings:

Several suspension bridges span rivers and gorges along the route. While generally safe, they can be an adventure in themselves, particularly if there's a strong wind.

7. Emergency Services:

Emergency evacuation services by helicopter are available in case of severe illness or injury. Travel insurance that covers such emergencies is highly recommended.

Overall, the Everest Base Camp Trekking route is well-traveled and manageable for most fit trekkers. However, it's essential to be prepared, physically and mentally, for the challenges that come with high-altitude trekking and to be flexible in adapting to changing trail conditions based on the season and weather. Trekking with a knowledgeable guide can enhance your experience and safety on the route.

Client Reviews

Camille B


7th Aug, 2022

One of the best experience I had so far in my life. This EBC trek was breathtaking (in every sense of the word lol). The landsapes are very different (wooded -> mineral) and evolve as you progress in your journey. The mountain villages and the locals are amazing. This hugeness of mountains really makes you feel strong and unique emotions.



7th Aug, 2022

We have business with Ghan and him company from 2014. He is reliable partner for trek organization to any Himalayan region (Langtang, Annapurna, Everest etc). He have good porters and guides, he always help with flight tickets, transfers and excursions. Our groups always get the…

Sekmokas R


7th Aug, 2022

Amazing time spend while trekking found a guide during a stay in thamel hostel it was easy arranged and it was a cheapest price ive get



7th Aug, 2022

We only did this as an afternoon for $40 to see Everest mountain range from nagarkot tower because our morning flight had been canceled for three mornings in a row. This option was offered as we had afternoon sun. Here is a picture of the view!



7th Aug, 2022

I always wanted the Everest Basecamp to be Part of my Nepal travel experiences. To prepare for the trip I went into Thamel Hostel for two days, what was a very good decision. The Hostel Manager booked the flight to Lukla for me (most amazing flight on earth) and helped me finding good quality trekking gear to the best price. All in all, the preparation would have been much more difficult and expensive without Thamel Hostel and I am glad that I stayed there.

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