Can we get the wifi or Phone coverage in the Everest base camp trek ?

  • Tika
  • Last Updated on Feb 4, 2024

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Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek in Nepal does have some limited access to WiFi and mobile phone coverage, but the availability can vary depending on the specific location and the telecommunication infrastructure in the region.

Namche Bazaar, a popular stop on the EBC trek, usually has internet cafes and places where you can access WiFi. However, the connection may be slow and unreliable due to the remote location and challenging terrain.

As you ascend higher towards Everest Base Camp, the availability of WiFi and mobile phone coverage becomes more limited. Many remote villages and higher altitudes may not have reliable network coverage, and in some cases, there may be no coverage at all.

It's essential to be prepared for the possibility of limited or no connectivity during certain parts of the trek. If you need to stay connected, consider getting a local SIM card in Kathmandu before starting the trek, and be aware that the signal strength may vary significantly along the route.

Nowadays, you can use the rechargeable wifi card(known as Air Link) almost every stop in Everest base camp trek.

It's advisable to check with recent sources or local authorities for the most up-to-date information before embarking on the Everest Base Camp trek.




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