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How long does it take to get to base camp?
If from Kathmandu you are flying to Lukla, you will require minimum of 12 days to reach Everest Base Camp and be back to Kathmandu. People usually do it comfortably in a span of 13 days 14 days – 18 days. A 14 day itinerary usually has 2 Acclimatization day which makes the trek safer. A must in Namche Bazaar and one more either in Dingboche, Dughla or Periche. Its a high altitude trek and if you take ill you need to be rescued and air lifted, which will cost more. ( you can also get your trip insured )
You can also start this trek from Jiri or salleri and end in Jiri or salleri of you have more time. The legends like Sir Edmund Hillary started their approach march from Jiri or Salleri and till this date, few hard core trekkers follow the traditional route. This route can be completed in about 18 to 20 days.
While planning your days, you need to plan wise and keep extra days for the Lukla Flight Inconsistencies. It is better if you keep 2 buffer days.
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How high is base camp of Mount Everest?
The ascent via the southeast ridge begins with a trek to Base Camp at 5,380 m(17,600 ft) on the south side of Everest in Nepal. Expedition members usually fly into Lukla (2,860 m) from Kathmandu and pass through Namche Bazaar.
Fly to Lukla Airport from Kathmandu. There are several airlines operating dozens of flights everyday. Among them, Tara Air and Agni Air are generally considered the most reliable airlines plying the route. Sita Air also operates two flights every morning from Kathmandu to Lukla at 07:00 and 08:20. The flight takes around 25 minutes. During the summer rainy season, there may be substantial delays of flights, even a wait of one week is not unheard of. For the return journey, the flights leave Lukla at 07:40 and 09:00. Helicopter charter service is also available on demand and mostly used for rescue operation. Beware that airline safety regulations in Nepal are poor, and there is a chance you may get involved in a plane crash.
Alternatives are to fly to Phaplu airport, 2-3 trekking days south of Lukla, or to walk in from Jiri, which is 5-7 trekking days west of Lukla. These alternatives take more time and therefore are less popular, but are very peaceful and pleasant – and much safer than flying into Lukla.
Just after the village of Monju, there is check point for entering the Sagarmatha National Park. You will need to show your passport and pay a 3,000 Rs entry fee