EBC Nepal Suggestions

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Day 1: Kathmandu to Lukla and to Pheriche
Day 2: Phakding to Namche Bazaar and Rest and Acclimatization at Namche
Day 3 of the Everest Base Camp Trek: Namche Bazzar to Tengboche
Day 4 Tengboche to Dingboche
Day 5 Rest and Acclimatization at Dingboche
Day 6 of the Everest Base Camp Trek: Dingboche to Lobuje
Day 7 of the Everest Base Camp Trek: Lobuje to Gorek Shep, Gorek Shep to Everest Base Camp and Back
Day 8 of the Everest Base Camp Trek: Gorek Shep to Kala Pathar, Descent to Pheriche
Day 9 of the Everest Base Camp Trek: Pheriche to Namche Bazaar
Day 10:*Trek to Namche Bazar to Phakding (2610mtrs/8563ft)
Day 11:*Trek to Phadking to Payu(2939m/ 8899ft)
Day 12:*Trek to Payu to Khari khola (2050m/ 6207ft)
Day 13:*Trek to Khari Khola to Taksindo(2971m/ 8996)
Day 14:*Trek to Taksindo to Junbensi(2675m/ 8099ft)
Day 15:*Trek to Jubensi to Sete(2573m/ 7791ft)
Day 16:*Trek to Sete to Bhandar(2194m/ 6507ft)
Day 17: Bhandar to Shivalaya to Kathmandu

Can anybody please tell me for the above plan:
1. Weather in June 2nd Week if I begin then
2. Approx Cost for the entire trip
3. Service of Guide/Porter
4. Any other important thing worth noting

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First of all: You should trek from Jiri to EBC and then fly out. Not fly in, trek to EBC and then trek out to Jiri. Your itinerary is backwards. Acclimatization is very important if you want to reach EBC.

1) June is the rainy season in Nepal. That means lots of rain in the low altitudes, lots of snow in the high.

2) Approximate cost: $1200 – $1400 USD. That includes a guide. If you go on your own it’s a lot cheaper, but not advisable.

3) You’ll definitely need a guide in June. A porter is up to you. Do you want to carry your bag or not?

4) Make sure you have good insurance and use a good, local trekking company.

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