Everest Base Camp Trek
Everest Base Camp Trek Highlights:
1. Guided full-service trek to the Everest region
2. Scenic adventurous flight to Lukla
3. Opportunity witness Sherpa culture, tradition, and lifestyle
4. Breathtaking views of high Himalayan peaks including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, and others.
5. Beautiful Sherpa villages of Namche Bazaar and Tengboche
Ancient Buddhist monasteries
6. Witnessing the rich culture and rich of Kathmandu Valley
Overview of Everest Base Camp Trek:
Everest Base Camp Trek offers the chance to steer to the foot of the tallest peak on earth passing through the gorgeous Sherpa country, ancient monasteries, lush green forests, and fast-flowing rivers originating from Himalayan glaciers.
Trek to EBC may be a lifetime adventure for many trekkers. The Everest Trek has been featured in numerous international guide books, travel shows, and vlogs because of its main attraction- Everest, the tallest peak in the world. Because of Everest's humongous height, the trail may look difficult for many. However, it is moderate in terms of difficulty. One can become prey to altitude sickness. This trek can be ascended by anyone who is physically and mentally fit.
Trekkers find themselves in the Buddhist land as soon as they arrive Lukla. One gets to see prayer wheels, chhortens
and mani walls throughout the trek which reflects the rich Buddhist heritage of that region. On the day of trekking, a walk is straightforward initially. The trail that goes along the Dudh Koshi River valley is scenic with beautiful villages and plush forests rich in diverse flora and fauna. The trek provides you with a chance to interact with Sherpas— the amazing climbers.
The trek to the bottom camp of Everest remains treasured in your memory because you walk on an equivalent trail employed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, the primary climbers of Everest.