Family Adventures

Everest Family Trek

Country: Nepal Region: Everest

Everest Family Trek





  • Real Himalaya trekking holiday for families
  • Enjoy the view of the highest mountain of the world
  • Well-designed route allows you to have enough rest day
  • Meet with monks and attend Buddhist ceremony at Tengboche Monastery

If you are looking for a short and relatively easy trek that still offers a ton of opportunities to observe the spectacular beauty of the Everest region, as well as introduces you to the vibrant culture of the Sherpa people, then this trek is for you. This expedition is perfect for beginners, people having the fear of altitude sickness, and those having just few days to travel time but want to experience the real unforgettable Himalayan feeling.

The trek begins after a 35-minute scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla; the unique Sherpa town where you can get a closer look at the indigenous Sherpa people and their culture. This stop provides a great introduction to the warm and welcoming Sherpa people as well as some glorious mountain views.

From Lukla, we will head north using hanging bridges, passing Sherpa villages and monasteries to reach Namche Bazar. It is said that the Khumjung village, that is situated here, keeps the scalp of the mythical Yeti in a local monastery. An hour’s hike from Namche Bazaar will place you in Syangboche; where you get a chance to see magnificent, magical panoramic views s of the Himalayas; including Mt.Everest, Nuptse, Ama Dablam. The highest point of our journey will take us to the Buddhist monastery of Tengpoche. Tengpoche has the largest and most active monastery in the region and is home to about 70 monks.

The sight of the famous Himalayan Mountains is something that will stick with you for the rest of your life, but there’s more to Nepal than splendiferous mountains. There are lively villages and ancient monasteries that will captivate you and invite exploration. In addition, the hospitality of the Sherpa people as well as their vibrant culture will place you under a bewitching spell that will enthral all of your senses.




Arrive Kathmandu

Upon your arrival a representative from FrozenGround will be waiting outside the airport to take you to the hotel. Depending on time of arrival, plans will be made for a briefing meeting once you have settled in.

Accommodation: Hotel



Full day Kathmandu sightseeing

After breakfast we start exploring the city including the 2,000 years old Buddhist shrine of Swyambhunath known as “Monkey Temple” because there’s a ton of monkeys around there; the colourful Durbar Square; Patan city – which is the most iconic place in the Buddhist history.

Accommodation: Hotel

Meals: Breakfast




Mountain flight to Lukla [2810 m] trek to Phakding [2640 m]

Accommodation: Teahouse
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Walk: 3-4 hours



Trek to Namche Bazaar [3440 m]


Accommodation: Teahouse
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Walk: 6-7 hours



Rest day at Namche Bazaar [3440 m] - Side trip to Everest view point

Accommodation: Teahouse
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



Trek to Tyangboche [3860 m]

Accommodation: Teahouse
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Walk: 4-5 hours



Trek to Namche Bazaar [3440 m]

Accommodation: Teahouse
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Walk: 4-5 hours



Trek to Lukla [2810 m]

Accommodation: Teahouse
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Walk: 6-7 hours



Fly back to Kathmandu


Accommodation: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast



Free day in Kathmandu

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast



Fly back home, taking with you the memory of a lifetime

Meals: Breakfast

Additional Nights and Extensions

We can tailor-make your holiday.

If you wish to add extra days in Kathmandu for recovery from your flight or after a long trek, please feel free to contact us.

If you do not rush home we can recommend adding extension trip to Chitwan National Park, Pokhara or Nagarkot at the end of your journey.

Tour Facts

Trip Cost Includes

  • Arrival and departure airport transfers by private car
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu with all entrance fees
  • Full board during the trekking
  • Accommodation in teahouse during the trekking
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight ticket with airport tax
  • Trekking porter with insurance (We provide 1 porter for 2 people)
  • Trekking guide with insurance
  • Trekking region map
  • TIMS / National park / Conservation entry fees

Trip Cost Doesn't Include

  • International flight ticket
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal entry Visa fee ($40 for 30 days and $25 for 15 days. You should get visa upon your arrival)
  • Items and expenses of personal nature (E.g.: alcoholic and soft drinks, dessert, juice, water and heater charge, hot shower during trekking and main meals in cities)
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Tips for guide, porter and driver


Full board on trek, breakfast in Kathmandu

The food on trek is simple, varied but trust us, very tasty. It does get more basic the higher you go as fewer ingredients become available. We let our trekkers choose whatever they want from the menu. Continental breakfast in the cities

.Image of traditional dish foodmenu


6 nights teahouse / 4 nights hotel

One of the most essential components of a great holiday is accommodation. At FrozenGround, we make it a top priority to use quality and character accommodation whenever it is possible. Accommodation can vary by destination and the types of holidays.


We are using the same family run teahouses for years which are very atmospheric and friendly. Since these are rather far away from the nearest road, it’s not all that surprising that teahouses only offer basic, but clean necessities and amenities, especially since things can only be carried up by porters or even animals.

 teahouse Double room for trekkers

These kinds of lodges also contain dining areas that are heated and attractively decorated. The bedrooms of these lodges contain wooden beds with foam mattresses and are unheated, so you will need a sleeping bag. The lodges also contain shared bathroom and washing facilities, which are sometimes located near the main lodge in a separate building. It’s also important to further note that some of these lodges use continental-style toilets, which will require self-flushing by using water buckets. For additional charges, you may also opt to use a lodge with battery charging facilities and heated showers. While staying at these lodges is a good way to meet fellow hikers and campers, keep in mind that they are still located in a remote enough area to cause facilities to be very basic.


No matter what areas we travel in, we always do our best to ensure accommodation that best reflects those specific areas. When hotels are involved, we always aim for requirements such as cleanliness, safety, location, and, of course, comfort. We have a wide range of hotels in Kathmandu from 2 stars to 5 stars. For hotel upgrade and holiday extension please contact us.

Single supplement

Our holidays are operated on a twin-share basis. That means that cost is based on either sharing the accommodation with other member of the group of same sex or people who book together. However single supplement and private trip are available. Please note that in some remote areas single supplement is not available. Please contact us for further details.

Date and Price

Available Tour Dates

Flexible departure! Have you got any dates in your mind? Click here to contact us.

General Info


The following is fairly exhaustive list of what you should pack for the trip: trekking trousers, waterproof and windproof over trousers/rain pants, thermal base layer shirts, casual shirt and/or T-shirts, fleece jacket, waterproof and windproof jacket, warm jacket (down), sunhat, warm hat, sunglasses, warm gloves or mittens, head torch with spare batteries, sun protector, toiletries, antibacterial hand wash, small towel, shampoo.

You will need sleeping bag which is available to hire in Kathmandu as well as trekking and climbing equipment.

Trekking pole is not essential, but can be useful on the challenging ascent and descent. Good pair of boots are one of the most important on the gear list. You need to make sure that your boots are braked in before trek.

What you Carry

While you are trekking you only have to carry a backpack with water, snacks, extra socks, waterproof light jacket and your camera. It is possible to store you travel luggage at the hotel in Kathmandu and transfer all you need for trekking into a specially made FrozenGround travel bag. This must be maximum 15 kg which will be moved by our porter team.

First Aid

A medical kit will accompany each group. You should also bring your own personal first aid kit, which should include the following: broad spectrum antibiotic, antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, Diamox (altitude), diarrhoea treatment (Imodium) painkillers, plasters and blister treatment, Insect repellent (DEET), and re-hydration salts (Dioralyte).

Visa and Vaccination

You can get a tourist visa upon arrival at the airport in Kathmandu. You must fill in an application form and provide a passport photograph at the customs. Nepal entry Visa fee US$ 40 for 30 days and US$ 25 for 15 days.

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements. However, our recommended vaccinations are the following: Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Typhoid, Hepatitis A. Malaria is a risk factor in Nepal. There is yearlong risk in the Terrai region bordering India, including the Royal Chitwan National Park. No risk exists in Kathmandu or typical highland treks. Malaria prevention options should be discussed with a travel medicine specialist prior to departure.


Most of our trips to Himalaya go to high altitudes where there is a risk of being affected by Acute Mountain Sickness. Our itineraries are designed for good acclimatisation as we are following the “climb high, sleep low” rule. It is important that you familiarise yourself with the signs and symptoms of altitude sickness and that you report any illness to your guide immediately. However, you don’t need to scare of travelling to high altitudes if you are following the simple rules and procedure of preventing altitude sickness.

If you would like to find out more about the effects of altitude and the best preventative measures, then please visit:



In Nepal, the monsoon rains begin to dissipate in early September so our trekking season lasts from the middle of September to May. The weather, from mid-October to December, is usually stable with clear views, mild to warm days, and cold nights. In October, and in low altitudes, daytime temperatures have been known to reach 30 degrees Celsius. Nights, on the other hand, may drop to less than 0 degrees Celsius at the higher altitudes.

When you go trekking in Nepal, from December to February, you can expect cool to mild days with clear skies, and very cold nights. At low altitudes, daytime temperatures are typically mild i.e. about 20 degrees Celsius. At nights this temperature can fall to -10 degrees Celsius, especially at the higher altitudes. Also, it is important to note that, sometimes winter storms can bring snow to depths as low as 2500 meters.

The dry winter season starts to transition into spring time conditions in March. During this time, you can expect clear mornings with afternoon showers every now and again. The daytime temperature increase in March happens quickly, with temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius. You can expect mild nights at the lower altitudes. The increased rainfall on the hills is outshined by the amazing displays of a wild variety of wildflowers during this time of year.

In May, conditions are typically hot at the low elevations and rainstorms during the afternoon are common. This period generally has clear weather at the higher altitudes and is the perfect time for mountaineering expeditions to begin their ascents.

The rainy season in Nepal lasts from the middle of June to the middle of September. Thus, it’s not suitable to go trekking in the Nepal Himalaya during this time. But, there are a few remote valleys that are exempt from this rule.

If you go on a lower altitude trek in Nepal, it’s important to note that the weather patterns aren’t always predictable. In other words, there’s no guarantee that conditions will be optimal for a trek. But, there are well established patterns that make it highly likely that you will experience great weather. In this way, you can fully experience the village culture, forests, and excellent mountain views on your journey. You are expected to experience mild weather conditions through the trek season.

If you go on a moderate altitude trek in Nepal, similarly, to lower altitude treks, the weather patterns here are not always predictable. Generally, you can expect to experience mostly mild weather but the high camps may face harsh weather and snowfalls, especially in the winter.

Our climbing expeditions are held during the pre and post monsoon periods. This is because the snow conditions, temperatures, and weather during these times are more stable. This stability promises optimal conditions for a safe and successful trek.

After the Monsoon

The rains of the monsoon begin to dissipate during the first weeks of September. From mid-October to mid-December the weather is generally stable with mild to warm days, clear views, and cold nights. You can expect daytime temperatures to reach anywhere from 30 degrees Celsius at the lower altitudes but this will decrease as you move into the higher areas.

When you reach heights over 3000 meters, the daytime temperatures can reach 20 degrees Celsius. The temperature is dependent on whether the days are windy, sunny, etc. During the night, the temperatures don’t typically dip that much in the lower altitudes. But, as you approach November, the days get shorter and colder. In the higher altitudes, the temperatures can dip sharply at night, even as cold as 15 degrees when you camp on the snow or ice.

Before the Monsoon

In March, the dry winter begins to make way for wetter and warmer conditions. You can expect to wake up to clear mornings but there will also be the occasional cloud buildup that signals the coming of an afternoon rainstorm. Also, sometimes in the middle of the day and the afternoon, it can be hard to see the mountains clearly.

Daytime temperatures increase rapidly in March and you can expect to see temperatures as high as 30 degrees Celsius and mild nights. At the higher altitudes, the conditions are similar to those during the post-monsoon period, with the exception of there being more snow. You can also expect to see beautiful displays of wildflowers during this time of the year. During the months of April and May, temperatures are usually hot at the lower altitudes, but daily afternoon rainstorms are common.

Tour Leaders

All our tours are escorted by well trained, knowledgeable and English spoken guides who are certified by Tourism Council of Nepal.

Group size

This holiday is private guided only for your family and guaranteed to run with minimum of 2 persons.

Preparing Yourself Physically

Being properly physically prepared for trekking and its serious physical challenges is very important. First, assessing your own individual physical condition and training accordingly is a significant must. Basically, handling a rigorous trek will be much easier the more fit you are at the onset. For a training program that is well-rounded, be sure to include aerobic cross-fit training, hiking (at high altitudes if possible) and strength training.

Preparing Yourself Mentally

Making the hardest portions of your trek achievable could simply come down to mental stamina. Many trekkers tend to make the mistake of overlooking their mental preparation. Keeping a positive mind-set and never ignoring your body’s signals are significant considerations on your trek.

Additional Nights and Extensions

We can tailor-make your holiday.

If you wish to add extra days in Kathmandu for recovery from your flight or after a long trek, please feel free to contact us.

If you do not rush home we can recommend adding extension trip to Chitwan National Park, Pokhara or Nagarkot at the end of your journey.