Everest Region Trekking

Everest Region Trekking offers some of the most adventurous trekking located at north eastern part of Nepal. Mount Everest standing tall at an altitude of 8848 meters is prime attraction of the Everest region trekking along other snow capped mountains like Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho-Oyu, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu and other Himalayan peaks. The spectacular panoramic views of these glorious Himalayas would definitely captivate you in its beauty. Since the first successful expedition by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenjing Norgay Sherpa in the year 1953, Everest region trekking has been welcoming the adventure lovers from all around the world. The Lukla airstrip is named after these legendary duos to acknowledge their efforts in overall development of Everest region.
Everest region trekking initiate from Lukla. Either you board a 15 minutes of mountain flight from Kathmandu to Luka or go for the classical way which means taking 10 hours of drive towards Jiri followed by 2 days of walk to arrive at Lukla. The Everest trail ascends up to Phakding and takes you to the popular Sherpa village Namche bazaar. Further heading through the Sagarmatha national Park we pass beautiful forests, spot the various local floras and faunas. Vegetation or floras comprises Juniper, fir, hemlock, rhododendron and pine etc. whereas the faunas like Musk deer, Himalayan Thar, Serow, Ghoral, varieties of pheasant and chough can be spotted.
The Everest region trekking trail also provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the local culture, tradition and lifestyle which is influenced by the Tibetan Buddhism. Visiting the ancient monasteries, chortens, memorials, mani walls, and prayer flags reflects the Buddhist culture and tradition that has been followed by the locals since ages. The trail continues towards Tengboche, Pheriche, Gorakshep, excursion to Kalapathar and finally to Everest Base Camp. Kalapathhar is regarded as the best view point in the Everest region that lets us to spectacle the panoramic views of Mt Everest along other beautiful Himalayan peaks.
Best season for Everest region trekking is spring (March, April, May) and autumn (Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec) season. These seasons receives less rainfall and offers the un-obstructive clear views of Himalayas. From the strenuous Everest Base Camp Trek to delightful Everest view trek Everest region trekking has something to offer for every individual.

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