The Everest Base Camp Trek begins in Jiri or Lukla. Transports leave Kathmandu for Jiri (cost around 4 dollars) between 5.30 am to 8 am and take around 10 hours. There is an express transport that leaves the Kathmandu Bus Station for Jiri at 6 am (cost around 4.5 dollars). Ensure you protect your baggage well on such transport trips.

To begin the trek from Lukla (shorter excursion), either fly from Kathmandu in local carriers, similar to Yeti air to Lukla airplane terminal or stroll from Jiri to Chablung, the closest place on the trail from Lukla. The trail from Jiri to Chablung requires 7 days to finish. On the off chance that you are flying into Lukla, stroll past Chablung to Phakding for the overnight settlement.

Day 1: Jiri to Shivalya (If you begin the trek from Jiri)

The trekking begins from Jiri with a move to the edge at an elevation of 2370 meters and a plunge to Shivalaya at 1750 meters.

Day 2: Shivalya to Bhandar

To go to Shivalaya from Bhandar, you ought to trek to Sangbadanda (2150 meters), Kosaribas (2500 meters) and afterward to Deorali (a go at a height of 2705 meters). You could either stop over at one of the inns on the pass or dive to Bhandar (2150 meters).

Day 3: Bhandar to Sete

The trek goes to Likhu Khola and crosses the stream at 1490 meters and goes to Kenja (1570 meters) from where the long rising to Lamjura Bhanjyang (3530 meters) starts. The underlying part of the climb is steep and after that it disregards Sete (a surrendered gompa) at an elevation of 2575 meters.

Day 4: Sete to Junbesi

From Sete you will pass Goyom (3300 meters) and come to the Lamjura Bhanjyang (go) at an elevation of 3530 meters. At that point from the highest point of the pass you can dive to Tragdobuk (2860 meters), which has a religious community and a few inns. At that point you achieve the sherpa town of Junbesi.

Day 5: Junbesi to Nuntala

The trail trips to Khartung and afterward to Salung, at a height of 2980 meters. The trail slips to the Ringmo Khola from Salung. A short move from Ringmo will take you to Trakshindo La at 3071 meters. The trail then drops down to Nuntala, where there are various inns offering an assortment of offices and gauges.

Day 6: Nuntala to Bupsa

The trail first slides to Dudh Koshi River and crosses to take after the eastern bank of the waterway. At that point the course climbs step by step to Jubing (1680 meters), Khari Khola (2070 meters). On the off chance that you are early, then you could achieve Bupsa, at an elevation of 2300 meters. There are a few inns on top of the edge and a couple of different inns at Kharte, 20 minutes stroll past Bupsa up the trail toward the north.

Day 7: Bupsa to Chablung

The trail climbs progressively from Bupsa until it achieves an edge at 2840 meters sitting above Puiyan (Chitok). The trail is exceptionally thin as it advances down to Puiyan, in a side gorge of the Dudh Koshi waterway. Move to an edge at a height of 2750 meters and from the edge slide to Surkhe (Buwa) at an elevation of 2290. Just underneath the Surkhe is the side road to Lukla with the airstrip. On the off chance that you are flying into Lukla, you will stroll along this side road and will make overnight remain at Pkakding which is far from Chablung on the trail.

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