Everest Three Passes Trek - 18 Days

Everest Three Pass Trek
Trip Facts
  • Trip Duration18 Days
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Maximum Altitude 5545m
  • Activity Trekking
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu / Kathmandu
  • Best Season February to May and September to Mid - December
  • Scenic Mountain Views: The trek offers some of the most amazing views of the Himalayan ranges, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and other surrounding peaks. You will be able to witness the beauty of the Khumbu region and the awe-inspiring landscapes.
  • Three High Passes: The trek takes you through three high mountain passes - Renjo La (5,360m), Cho La (5,420m), and Kongma La (5,535m), which offer a challenging but rewarding experience. You will cross glaciers and snowy paths and experience breathtaking views of the mountains from the top.
  • Sherpa Culture: The trek takes you through several Sherpa villages, where you can experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the Sherpa people. You can visit monasteries, interact with the locals, and learn about their traditions and customs.
  • Everest Base Camp: The trek includes a visit to the Everest Base Camp, where you can witness the majestic Everest up close and feel the excitement of being in one of the world's most iconic locations.
  • Kala Patthar: You will also climb to the top of Kala Patthar, which offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, at sunrise. It is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have on the trek.

If your goal is to push yourself a little higher than the standard treks in Nepal, join our Everest three passes trek for 18 days. It is the ultimate trek in the Everest region, packed with adventure, challenges, heavenly mountain vistas, and intimate interactions with the Sherpa community. 

The journey combines trekking to the rarely visited Thame monastery, hiking to the Everest Base Camp, and the stunning Gokyo Lakes. And you will explore all these places while crossing the three high mountain passes. 

The Everest three high passes trek is like a sort of climbing mountain itself. This epic adventure takes you deep inside the Khumbu region, exploring multiple verdant valleys and picturesque villages. You will traverse through forests, glaciers, and moraines. 

Overall, the Everest three passes is one of the toughest treks in the Himalayas and also quite long. If you are an experienced trekker with good fitness, you will extremely enjoy doing the 3 pass trekking. Bookings are open for Everest three passes trek 2024 departures.

What to expect during the Everest three passes trek?

If you love mountains, then the Everest three passes trek will present you with some of the most majestic views of the mountains like Everest (8,849 m), Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Makalu (8,463 m), Cho Oyu (8,188 m), Nuptse (7,861 m), Ama Dablam (6,812 m), Thamserku (6,608 m), etc. 

Not only that, trekking from Lukla to the highest point on this trek, you will come across various landscapes. The trail gradually ascends from lush rhododendron forests to glacier moraines. You will cross many hanging suspension bridges on the way and visit ancient monasteries like Thame, Tengboche, and Pangboche. 

The 3 passes trek is also culturally enriching. Get to see the lifestyle and traditions of Sherpa and other mountain communities like Rai, Lamas, Limbus, Bhotiyas, etc. Enjoy their heartwarming hospitality and companionships as you trek from one village to another. Just smile, and they will say hello to you by themselves!

During the trek, you will go on side hikes to the Hotel Everest View (3,962 m), Gokyo Ri (5,357 m), and Kala Patthar (5,545 m). The Everest three passes trek route encompasses Dudh Koshi Valley, Gokyo Valley, and the Imja Valley. These valleys are connected by Kongma La (5,535 m), Cho La (5,420 m), and Renjo La (5,345 m) passes.

You will explore the iconic Namche Bazaar (3,440 m), the biggest glacier in Nepal- Ngozumpa Glacier, the beautiful Gokyo Lakes (4,700 - 5,000 m), and the lap of the highest mountain in the world- Everest Base Camp (5,364 m). These are some of the highlights of the Everest three passes trek.

Who can do the Everest three passes trek?

If you love adventure and dare to push your boundaries, then you can do the Everest three passes trek. There is no technical climbing involved in this trek, but the taxing terrain and high altitude make it difficult. 

Likewise, if you are someone wanting to explore the less-trodden parts of the Everest region, consider doing the 3 passes trek. With descent fitness, proper predation, and prior high altitude experience, anyone can finish the Everest three passes trek. 

How to prepare for 3 high passes trek in the Khumbu region?

To start the trek right, you have to be well prepared. From packing the right gear to getting yourself physically and mentally ready for the journey, there is a lot to do before you even set foot on the trail. While booking the trek, keep at least 4 to 6 weeks aside. 

During this time, you will go on regular walks and exercise to improve your stamina and endurance for the trek. Maintaining your stamina and composure is essential to complete the trek. Likewise, you should also be willing to adjust to limited facilities along the trail.

If you have access to a gym, train your legs and build your core strength. Work on your balance and endurance. Incorporate cardio at the end of your routine. You can jog, run, cycle, or swim as well. 

Everest three passes trek packing

You will need the following things for Everest three passes trekking. All the trekking clothes and gear are available in Kathmandu. You can rent or purchase them at minimal cost here. Do not buy new trekking boots just before the trek starts. Get them early and use them to avoid blisters caused by a new pair of shoes during the trek. 

  • Clothing: Underwear, thermal tops/pants, t-shirts, trekking t-shirts and pants, beanie, scarf, gloves, socks, dry towel, fleece jacket/down jacket, windbreaker, trekking boots, lounge slippers, etc 
  • Trek gear: Duffel bag (provided by us), sleeping bag, backpack, torch, sunglasses, reusable water bottle, trekking poles, water purification tablets, traveler's knife, etc
  • Health and hygiene: Blister cream, personal medication (if any), high SPF sunscreen, SPF lip balm, toothpaste/brush, biodegradable soap, small mirror, comb, general medicines, bandages, moisturizer, wet tissues, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, etc
  • Miscellaneous: Map, trekking permits, passport, travel visa, cash, power bank, camera, spare batteries, adapter, journal/pen, passport-size photos, snacks and bars, book, etc

Add a helicopter flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

By the time you trek back to Lukla, completing the Everest three passes trek, you are surely going to be tired, and taking the thrilling Lukla flight back to Kathmandu can be too much for some trekkers. So, you have an option to upgrade the transportation to a helicopter flight. 

It takes 45 minutes to fly from Lukla to Kathmandu in a helicopter. The flight offers stunning aerial panorama and a very comfortable, safe journey. You can easily join a group helicopter flight from Lukla in the spring and autumn seasons. The cost is also very affordable. 

Are you ready for your lifetime journey?

By joining the Everest three passes trek 18 days, you will be experiencing the best of the Himalayas. The trip will leave you with lifelong memories and friendships to cherish forever. From the bustle of Kathmandu to the serenity of the Khumbu region, this 18 days holiday program in Nepal will change your life forever. 

Unwind and regulate along the pristine trails. At the end of the trek, you will find your mind and body light, your soul full of compassion, and your heart filled with love. Feel free to talk to our team if you have any queries regarding this trek or cost. We are looking forward to welcoming you to Nepal soon. 

Why do the Everest three passes trek with Moon Himalaya Adventure?

Our support during the trek and the affordable Everest three passes trek cost make us one of the best trekking partners in Nepal. Likewise, our Everest three passes trek itinerary is well-designed and does not retrace the trail. You will get ample time to acclimatize and enjoy the trek to the fullest. There is no rush. 

Below are some of the additional perks of doing the Everest three passes trekking with our team:

  • Complimentary dinners in Kathmandu
  • Free airport pick-ups and drop-offs as per our itinerary
  • You will not come across any hidden cost
  • Get the best value for the money you spend with us
  • English-speaking guide and porter to support you during the trek
  • Free company t-shirt and duffle bag to use during the trek 
  • You can rent a down jacket, sleeping bag, trekking poles, etc, at low prices with us
ItineraryDay to Day Itinerary
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Upon your arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), representative from Moon Himalaya Adventure will welcome you and transfer to hotel. In the evening you will have dinner with our guides where you will introduce with each other and talk about the trip.

  • Meals:Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Max Altitude:1310m

On the second day after having your breakfast, our guide will brief you about the Everest Three Pass Trek and the gears you need. In case you miss out on some gear you can buy or rent it. If you want then you can visit around the world heritage sites (Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath) but you have to pay entry fees on your own.

  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Max Altitude:1310m

An early morning flight to Lukla marks the initial step of the Lobuche peak climb. Once you've arrived in Lukla, you'll begin your hike to Phakding. You'll be making your way along a stone-paved path to Phakding. You will be passing through villages of Chheplung (2660m) and Ghat (2592m) before reaching Phakding. Phakding is a beautiful village with plenty of hotels and stores.


  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:2850m
  • Duration:30 minutes flight & trek 3-4 hrs

Today you will begin your hike along the bank of the Dudhkhosi River and pass through Monjo(2835m), Larja Dobhan (2830 m), and finally Namche Bazaar. Walking up and downhill will get you to Monjo. You'll need to show your permits at the Monjo checkpoint before entering Sagarmatha National Park. Monjo, a sherpa settlement, provides stunning vistas of the surrounding mountains. You will be crossing suspension bridges and taking in the breathtaking scenery en route to Namche. After today's walk, you'll finally arrive at Namche Bazaar. You will get a great view of the mountains from Namche Bazar, one of the most beautiful places in the Khumbu region.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3440m
  • Duration:6/7 hrs

The must needed acclimatization day in Namche even if you feel healthy and fit. You will hike up to the Everest view point on this day. Magnificent panoramic views of Mountains like Mount Everest (8,848.86m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,861m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), Kangtega (6,782m), Thamserku (6,623m), Kwangde (6,011m) and others can be seen from Everest view point.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3440m

We will head to Thame where will first follow the trail of the east ridge of Namche and then descend through the forest to reach Phorte where we can get to see the mud-plastered stupa. The trail then leads us to Thamo Monastery. After that, we will reach Thame by coming across through Khumbu Hydroelectric plant. Thame is home to legendary mountaineers such as Tenzing Norgay Sherpa (later on migrated to Darjeeling), Appa Sherpa, and many other Sherpa climbers whose contribution to Nepal Himalaya is incredible.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:3800m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

Today we will walk through the villages, taking in the sights of the surrounding landscape and mountain ranges. After passing the villages of Taranga and Marulung (4,200 m), our final stop of the day will be in Lungden. In Lungden you can visit the Nakpa Valley which is a great place to explore because it was formerly a major trading route to Tibet.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:4380m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

Today is going to be really memorable day because we'll be crossing the first pass of the trek, Renjola Pass. The climb to Renjo La begins rather easily but becomes strenuous as we approach the top of Renjo La Pass. However, our effort will be worth the climb as the Renjo La Pass offers spectacular views of Everest (8848.86m), Lhotse (8516 m), Makalu (8463 m), and Cho Oyu (8201 m), among others. After that, we will next make our way down from the pass to the stunning green waters of the Gokyo Lakes and then hike on to the quaint village of Gokyo where we will stay for a night.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:5360m
  • Duration:7/8 hrs

We will start our trek to Thangnak which is also called Dranag through glaciers and rocky terrain. We will make our way through Gokyo Ri to see the best view of Gokyo Lake and surrounding mountains. We will pass through Ngozumpa Glacier on our way to Thangnak. As we trek, we take in the stunning scenery of the surrounding mountains, glaciers, and beautiful valleys, including the majestic Cho Oyu and Gokyo Ri. We travel on till we reach Thangnak. The location at this peaceful inn is ideal for making the ascent to the top of the Cho-La Pass.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:5400m
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

Today crossing the Cho La Pass (5420m), the second pass of our trek, and making the long descent to Dzongla requires an early start to prevent any unanticipated events that may arise during the middle of the day. To reach the pass, we will first climb up the valley and across a hill and an old lateral moraine. Views of the Rolwaling Valley to the west and Ama Dablam to the southeast are spectacular from the top. From here, you'll need to descend across a little glacier. As we make our way back down, we are rewarded with even better views of Ama Dablam and Cholatse.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:5420m
  • Duration:6/7 hours

As we make our way to Gorakhshep today, we'll be treated to breathtaking views of Mt. Pumori and the surrounding area. We will be able to reach Lobuche by following the paths through the Imja Khola Valley where we will have our lunch. After Lunch, we will walk ahead till we reach Gorakhshep. The next day you will be going to two important places in the Khumbu region, Kala Patthar to see the beautiful sunrise over the Himalayas and next, Everest Base Camp the base of world's highest peak Mt. Everest. Get a good sleep to enjoy your next day.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:5185m
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

In the early morning, you will hike up to Kala Patthar to see the beautiful sunrise view. You will be amazed to see the rays of the sun touching the mountains of the Himalayas. The best panoramic view of the Himalayas is observed from this viewpoint. Then we will get back to Gorakshep for breakfast. After having breakfast, we will now head to Everest Base Camp (5364m). You will observe the elegant Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefall. In addition, you will be amazed by the beautiful snowcapped mountain around the base camp. After that, we will be back in Gorakshep for lunch. We will then head to Lobuche after lunch where we will stay for the night.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:4910m
  • Duration:6/7 hrs

Our final, and highest, pass of the treks is today: Khongma La Pass (5535m). As we trek onward, we will traverse through Khumbu glacier. The stunning view of Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, Makalu, Baruntse, Cholatse, and Ama Dablam are all visible from the pass. We will make our way down from the Khongma La pass to the Nigyang Khola Valley's eastern side. After a rocky descent through the Niyang Khola valley, you'll be treated to breathtaking panoramas of Amphu Lapcha pass and Island Peak on your way to Chhukung.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Max Altitude:5535m
  • Duration:6/7 hrs

From Chukkung, we will be making our way down to Tengboche. The first stop is Dingboche, followed by Pangboche. The Pangboche Monastery is among the oldest monastery in the Khumbu region. After that, we will make our way down along the bank of the Dhudh Kosi River, which flows from the Khumbu glaciers and the island peak. We then continue on to Tengboche, where, in the evening, you can attend a Pooja ritual at the monastery. Incredible views of Amadablam, Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse can be seen from the Tengboche.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

You can enjoy a beautiful sunrise view from Tengboche along with having your breakfast at the side. After having breakfast and packing our bags we will descend down to Monjo after spending some time at Namche.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:5/6 hrs

Today we will get an early start. As you make your way back to Lukla, you'll reminisce on what you've come so far since the first day of the trek. In the evening, you can celebrate your accomplishments with a little party at Lukla.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:4/5 hrs

Finally, on the last day of the trek, your final breakfast of the trek at Khumbu region. Catching the early flight, you will return to Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our guides will transfer you to a hotel from the domestic airport.

  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Duration:35 minutes flight

A representative from Moon Himalaya Adventure will drop you at the airport 3 hours prior to the scheduled flight time.

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    Cost DetailsWhat's Included
    • Airport pick up and drop
    • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu.
    • Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu for client.
    • Three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
    • Accommodation during the trek.
    • Sagarmatha National Park entry fee.
    • Pasang Lhamu Gaupalika entry fee.
    • Trekkers’ Information Management system (TIMS) card.
    • Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu for guide.
    • English speaking government license holder Trekking guide.
      (For 1 to 4 clients there will be 1 guide and above 5 clients we provide assistant guide)
    • For 2 clients there will be 1 Porter.
      (The baggage of 1 client should be 10 to 12 kg only)
    • Food, accommodation, salary and Trekking insurance for Guide and Porter.
    • First aid kit.
    • All necessary government taxes.
    • Certificate of accomplishment of the trek.
    • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by client Travel insurance company.
    What's Excluded
    • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport – Kathmandu). You will require 2 passport size photos.
    • Your Travel insurance (compulsory).
    • Food (lunch and dinner) while you are in Kathmandu.
    • Hotel in Kathmandu that goes beyond the scheduled program.
    • Your personal expenses and entrance fees while you do the tour in Kathmandu.
    • Entry fees in Monastries, temples, Museum.
    • Your personal expenses, shopping, donation to monasteries and school, wifi, laundry etc
    • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
    • Sweet things like chocolate bars.
    • Internet, Hot shower and battery charge during the trek.
    • International airfare and airport departure tax.
    • Tips for the guide and staffs.
    • Things that goes beyond cost inclusive.
    Useful InformationGood to Know

    Everest three passes trek difficulty 

    The Everest three passes trek is a challenging, adventurous trek in Nepal. While this trek is incredibly rewarding, it also demands a high level of fitness, previous trekking experience, and proper acclimatization. On this trek, you will follow a varying terrain that goes from rugged forests to glacier moraines.    

    You will come across many ascents and descents via rocky, steep paths and loose scree. From Namche Bazaar onwards, the trail gets offbeat and isolated and crosses three high mountain passes. Likewise, the altitude gain is also lofty during the Everest three passes trekking, and ample acclimatization days are required. 

    Daily, you will trek around 6 hours. Likewise, on days when you cross the mountain passes, expect 8 to 9 hours of walking. There will be many early mornings throughout the trek. You have to maintain your stamina and endurance to complete each trekking day. Not only that, but the weather in the Himalayas is also very unpredictable and hars. 

    Even in the peak trekking season, you may come across strong winds, snowfall, rain, or low temperatures. So, you have to prepare for all kinds of weather. Overall, the Everest three passes trek demands robust fitness, endurance, and previous trekking experience. Once you leave the mainstream trail, the services in the lodges get limited and expensive. You have to adjust a lot. 

    Altitude sickness 

    From Lukla, the starting point of the trail, you will ascend to 5,545 meters from sea level. Therefore, altitude sickness is one of the potential risks during the 3 passes trekking. By taking precautions and measures, you can easily avoid altitude sickness during the trek. 

    Altitude sickness happens if you do not acclimate properly during the trek. To make sure you get ample acclimatization opportunities, we have added one rest day in Namche Bazaar and a handful of high hiking and low sleeping days in our Everest three passes trek itinerary. 

    These are the symptoms of altitude sickness that you should be aware of during the trek- headache, vomiting, nausea, difficulty in breathing, insomnia, loss of appetite, etc. Our guide will provide you first aid if you get any of these symptoms. Likewise, to avoid altitude sickness, follow the below advice;

    • Do not ascend more than 500 meters a day, and even if you do, make sure you sleep at a low altitude.
    • Drink lots of water daily and avoid alcohol and caffeine, as you may get dehydrated.
    • Maintain a good balanced diet. Have meals that are rich in carbohydrates to get ample energy for long walks. 
    • Trek slowly and take frequent 5-minute breaks. Practice long breathing. 
    • If your symptoms are not going away with medication, descend to a lower altitude and spend 1 or 2 days. 
    • Listen to your body, and do not overexert yourself. 

    The best month to do the Everest three passes trek

    The best months to do the Everest three passes trekking are March to May (spring) and September to November (autumn). These months have ideal weather and climate to trek in the Himalayas. The temperature ranges from 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F) at lower elevations, and as you go higher, the temperature drops below 0°C (32°F). 

    You may feel cold in the evenings and mornings, so pack some warm clothes. The stable weather in spring and autumn makes crossing the three passes safe. With a clear sky and minimal precipitation, you will mostly get to see stunning mountain vistas. 

    Likewise, blooming rhododendrons make the forest beautiful, along with the overall landscape. The Lukla flights are on time, so you are less likely to see delays. You may also get to see Nepali festivals in these two seasons. Overall, spring and autumn present the best trekking period for 3 passes. 

    Summer/monsoon (June to August) and winter (December to February):

    Summer/monsoon and winter are off-seasons for 3 passes trek because of unfavorable weather. In these two seasons, the Everest trail remains almost empty. The Lukla flights see high numbers of delays and cancellations, and contingency days are required in the itinerary. 

    Weather and climate are not good in these seasons. Summer/monsoon makes the trail slippery and muddy and obstructs views. Whereas, in winter, the temperature goes down -15°C (5°F), making trekking much more challenging. Likewise, lodges also get closed due to bad weather at the upper part of the trail. 

    How are accommodation and meals during the 3 passes trek in the Everest region?

    There is a nice arrangement of accommodation and meals during the Everest three passes trekking. You will get comfortable lodges to spend nights and nourishing meals to keep yourself energized. Many simple lodges along the trail serve trekkers with accommodation and meals. 

    In the villages like Lukla, Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, etc, there are also luxury lodges with better facilities. You can upgrade the accommodation as well (extra charge applies). In the basic lodges, rooms are twin-shared, and washrooms are common. 

    Services like charging, hot showers, and WiFi cost an additional USD 1 to USD 3 bucks every time. For a long trek like Everest three high passes, we highly recommend you carry a solar charger and a Nepali tourist sim with data. Likewise, buy or rent a high-quality sleeping bag as well. 

    There is also a good variety of food available during the Everest three passes trek. You will get many Nepali, Tibetan, and Continental options. The meals are made with locally sourced produce. There are many options for vegetarians. Similarly, if you have any dietary restrictions, inform us ahead. 

    Dal bhat, momos, curries with rice, porridge, fried rice, pasta, noodles, thukpa, thenduk, Tibetan bread, stews, steaks, pizza, burgers, sandwiches, oat, toast, eggs, fruits, soups, pancakes, etc are some of the common dishes on the menu. Likewise, boiled drinking water is available everywhere with a wide selection of beverages. 

    3 passes trek travel insurance

    To join the Everest three passes trek 18 days, travel insurance is necessary, and it must cover an emergency helicopter evacuation. You cannot join this trek without this travel insurance. There are many travel insurance providers out there where you can buy insurance. 

    Make sure to check the insurance you purchase covers high-altitude activities like trekking in the Himalayas, as many don't. Likewise, you should also include medical bills, loss of baggage, and flight cancellation in your travel insurance for the 3 passes trek. 

    This trek takes you to some great highest in one of the remote parts of the world. As there is no health infrastructure along the Everest three passes trail or transportation availability, travel insurance with helicopter evacuation is very important. It will provide you with immediate assistance if needed. 

    Guide and porter during the Everest three passes trek

    We, the Moon Himalaya Adventure team, are dedicated to providing you with a lifetime trekking experience in Nepal. Our guides and porters' support will make the trek hassle-free and safe for you. You can fully immerse yourself in enjoying the journey and nature while our team handles all the essentials. 

    During the three passes, you will trek with a professional and experienced native guide. He will assure your safety during the trek and help you interact with the locals. As our guide is trained to handle unseen circumstances in the Himalayas, you can rely on him. 

    Likewise, our guide will also provide you with cultural insights into the Everest region. Similarly, the porters are strong and resilient individuals. They will carry the duffel bag throughout the trek and help you move freely. 

    Everest three passes trek 2024 last-minute booking and cancellation

    To book the Everest three passes trek 2024, get in touch with us or place your booking request through our site. For last-minute bookings, pay the full package cost and start preparing for the journey as our team suggests. If you have any questions, reach out to us via call, mail, or text. 

    *Note: Last-minute booking requests are non-refundable. 

    FAQsEverest Three Passes Trek - 18 Days FAQs
    • The Everest Three Pass Trek is considered a strenuous and challenging trek. It involves long and demanding days of trekking, high altitude, and steep ascents and descents. It is recommended to have good physical fitness and proper acclimatization.

    • The best time to do the Everest Three Pass Trek is during the month of February to May and September to Mid - December. During these months, the weather is generally stable and clear, and the views of the mountains are spectacular.

    • Yes, you need to obtain three permits for the Everest Three Pass Trek - the Sagarmatha National Park entry permit, Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry permit and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card. Moon Himalaya Adventure will manage all required permits for you.

    • You will be provided with basic accommodation on the Everest Three Pass Trek in tea houses and lodges. Though these are basic but are comfortable that offer basic facilities such as a bed, a common dining area, and hot showers.

    • Yes, altitude sickness can be a concern on the Everest Three Pass Trek due to the high elevation. You need to properly acclimatize and follow the guidance of the trekking guide to avoid any health risks.

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