- HB Kham
The Mt. Everest- World’s highest mountain that reclines across the lap of a mesmerizing Himalayan belt–in Nepal indisputably offers a wide array of trekking options for a trekker and an alpinist.
Trekking to Mt Everest Base Camp invariably is believed to be one of the top ten trekking trips in the world. The Everest trail being the highest altitude route offering the most spectacular panorama of Himalayan natural beauty, peaks, monasteries besides flora and fauna infused with traditional Sherpa cultures indeed make this trip undoubtedly not only rare trip but also most memorable trekking for any traveler and nature lover.
The 17590 feet high Everest base camp lures all the mountain climbers and trekkers as they traverse through Sagarmatha National Park that harbor dense forest, flora and fauna in this region.
In other words, the world’s highest peak Everest (8848m) precisely offers the most exciting, thrilling and breathtaking adventure while passing across this Everest trekking trail.
The exotic and superb tantalizing sights of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Thamserku, and Khumbu icefall make your trip to this region a most unforgettable one once you are here.
If you are not able to trek to this region, you can choose to make a flight tour of this region by hiring a helicopter in the season time. There are several helicopter operating agencies in Nepal that can cater to your needs.
Trekking through the Everest base camp means coming across a beautiful snowy landscape with rugged terrain with deep gorgeous gorges, huge rocks, and glaciers that intrepidly taunt you.
The trekking region is home to animals like Musk deer, Thars, Impeyan Pheasants, Red-billed chough and yellow-billed chough. The green vegetation of pine, juniper, rhododendron, and shrubs welcome you with the whispering sound in the ears.
The Everest trekking becomes all the more irresistible as you see the 17th century-old Tengboche monastery in the region of Everest base camp which is elevated to 5545 in meters.
The best time to trek through this snowy region is March to May and September to December. And it may take around 16 days to trek to this Khumbu region.
This trek is arguably the best for your holidays if you ever wish to make your holidays more fruitful and result oriented with a lot of fun, excitement, thrills and ecstatic moments to experience with little efforts and spending.
This trekking trip can also be used as a spiritual trip as this region is well known for its serenity and tranquility as no sound can disturb your meditative mind and hike here.
Additional peak views of Cho-Oyu, Kongdi Ri, Changtse, Lingtern, Pumori, Lobuche and Khumbutse and journey through Kalapathar and Khumbu valley will make you feel as if you are walking through some imaginary land or Alice’s wonderland indeed. Truly a different exotic phenomenon that you will never see, enjoy and experience in terms of earthly pleasures elsewhere.
Your trekking begins from Lukla village. Passing through Namche and Dingboche is a more interesting and captivating experience for you.
What is flabbergasting about this trip is that it is an easy and comfortable journey as it is the most moderate one which can be done by any person without previous experience of trekking. However, the preparation for this trek would be preferable.
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