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June 22, 2021

Spectacular Everest Base Camp Trek

HB Thapa(HB Kham)

The spectacular Everest Base Camp Trek is globally famous as one of the top notched hikes on the planet. This majestic trek takes you through the trail encompassed with the greenery of forest alongside the precipitous ridgelines.

Your eyes are sure to get widened on seeing the towering glaciers as you pass through the mountain hamlets. The mesmerizing and majestic panoramic scenic beauty of the Khumbu region will definitely lull you to soothing effects of mind, heart, and soul.

The sight of the world’s grandeur at the highest spot and the air that you inhale and exhale here at the base camp will be surely a unique experience you will feel in your lifetime.

Namche Bazaar (file photo)

The hike through the panoramic glimpses of mountains up to the world’s highest base camp is going to be a very inspirational and motivating factor for any traveler who arrives here.

The indelible imprint of this trek will always be there in the fragile minds of the tourists after they return from here.

A sixteen-day trip could be sufficient to enjoy and relish the exciting and rare moments of hiking to this highest spot in the world.

The hike to Everest base camp starts as soon as you land at Lukla airport for which you can take a flight from Kathmandu. You can hire as many porters as you like.

Tengboche Monastery (file photo)

As you trek ahead with the help of Sherpa guides through the prayer flag-draped suspension bridges of the Himalayas, you will feel the urge to go ahead that comes from the highest peak Mt Everest that beckons you towards its base camp.

The Sagarmatha National Park falls on the way to Everest base camp where you will be encountered with mysterious forest dotted with multicolored rhododendron blooming along the rivers that dash across the runoff from glaciers.

The people of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche welcoming you with their utmost smiles makes your trip all the more fulfilling and memorable.

Dingboche (file photo)

The best time to go on a trek to this base camp is September-November and February and May months.

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