Everest Base Camp Trek Permit

Sign board to Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trekking Permits

Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular trekking destination among extreme adventure seekers where it offers new and raw experiences. It is an ideal place and most trekkers would love to stand on the top of the world. This EBC trek is one of the finest treks in the world and gets the chance to see the wonderful views. This will provide you with a thrill as it takes you through breathtaking landscapes, Buddhist monasteries, snow-capped mountains, etc. Trekking in this route of Nepal also provides us an opportunity to embark on this beautiful journey.

Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the classic treks all over the world with mesmerizing views of the world’s highest mountain. This route is also known as the home of the world’s highest mountain at the height of 8848m from sea level. It is an adventure that allows travelers a glimpse into the Himalayan. Explore this wonderful land give an opportunity to see wonderful mountains like Lhotse, Mt Everest, Nuptse, and Cho Oyu. The trail is quite challenging and it will also see the giant mountain rising towards the sky with its glory. This trek is truly unique and memorable which offers you a great adventure bringing an unforgettable experience. Before embarking on this trail, you must carry a trekking permit to enter this route. And without a trekking permit, you will not be allowed to trek on this route.

Khumbu Municipality entrance or local permit

This is a new permit which is urged by the local government from the 1st of October 2018. The cost of this local permit is the same for all the trekkers. And in this local permit vat is not applicable. This is one of the first permits where you will require before beginning your Everest Base Camp trek. It is very necessary to take an entrance permit to enter the Khumbu region. The cost of the Khumbu Municipality entrance permit is NRP 2000 per person.

Sagarmatha National Park Permit

Sagarmatha National Park is situated at a high altitude and this is one of the finest national parks. This national park is listed as a world heritage site for many decades. The national park is the home of many rare wild animals like rare panda, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, and musk deer. The route for the Everest Base Camp Trek goes through the Sagarmatha National Park. The cost for this national park permit is like this:

  • For Foreigner NRP3000 per person with 13% vat
  • For SAARC Country NPR 1000 per person with 13% vat
  • For Nepali NPR 100 per person with 13% Vat

Trekking Information Management of System (TIMS)

For the Everest region, the government of Nepal has canceled the TIM card.  The cost of a Green Card is USD 20 per person and the cost of a Blue Card is USD 10 Per Person. To get a blue card you need to apply for Local Trekking Agencies in Nepal.