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EBC cleaning trek

Cleanong the way of the Everest Base Camp


Do the EBC trek and pick up the plastics on the way down.

We offer you this opportunity to participate in this process. The principle is that nothing changes. This is a normal trek with the guide and porters to the base camp. The idea is to make the trail a little cleaner by bringing the plastics with us.

Cleanong the way of the Everest Base Camp

Everest Eco Challenge: Leave a positive footprint

The objective of this departure in April for the Everest base camp is to make a regular trek. You will be with your guide, the porter(s) depending on the size of the group.

It is when it is time to go back down that the goal will be to collect garbage and plastics along the trail. It’s a small gesture, but one that can give impetus to others. This is the first time we have tried this experiment. We hope this motivates you as much as we do.

Our goal is not to tell others what to do. But we’ve wanted to do it with you for a long time now.


Walk to Everest while preserving its majestic surroundings

We are sure that it will be a wonderful memory for you and us. A trekking experience in the Khumbu region where Mount Everest reigns supreme that will be even stronger thanks to this beautiful action.

Do you know people who have been dreaming of doing this trek for a long time? It’s a good time to share and discuss it with them, with us. It is thanks to word of mouth that this event will be a success.

In return, we decided to make -10% on the value of this trek. A way to thank you for your commitment to clean up the trails to Everest Base Camp on our scale.

We also plan to do this in November for Annapurna Base Camp.

The day-by-day program

  • 20 April – Arrival day at Kathmandu
  • J2 – Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu
  • 22 April – Flight to Lukla – Start of the EBC trek
  • J4 – Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3 440m)
  • J5 – Hiking around Namche Bazaar
  • J6 – Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3 860m)
  • J7 – Tengboche to Dingboche (4 410m)
  • J8 – Acclimatation day and hiking around Dingboche
  • J9 – Dingboche to Lobuche (4 910m)
  • J10 – Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5 140m) – Everest Base Camp (5 365m)
  • J11 – Gorak Shep to Kala Pattar (5 600m) then Pheriche
  • J12 – Pheriche to Namche
  • J13 – Namche Bazaar to Phakding
  • J14 – Phakding to Lukla
  • J15 – Come back to Kathmandu
  • J16 – Departure day

The normal rate is 1530 euros. But with the promise of -10% for this departure, the price is 1377 euros. A deposit of 30% is required for the reservation and then the rest directly on arrival.

The departure for this trek is scheduled for April 22, 2024. This means that you have to arrive in Kathmandu on April 20.

Everyone! Whether you’re 18 or 60 … What is important is motivation, desire and mindset. Of course, this implies that one must be healthy, naturally.

At the moment, no. It’s a first experience. We don’t know how successful it will be in advance. Ideally, we’d love to do it again! We are planning the same event for Annapurna Base Camp in November 2024.