The world famous Everest Base Camp trekking is popular for the diverse scenarios of Eastern Himalayas around Mt. Everest and the exploration of Sherpa cultural upland. It is a trek through the Khumbu region, which is a desirous and enticing trip. The lofty peak, Mt. Everest and its surrounding panoramas draw trekkers from different parts of the world to discover the hidden valleys, mountains and natural diversities of the Sagarmatha National Park.
Beginning the trek from Lukla through the trail upward to Dudh Koshi River leads the Everest base camp trekkers to the Sherpa capital, which is also known as the Khumbu region via Jorsalle. Namche Bazaar is a place of the contact zone, suitable for acclimatization and hiking around Khumjung. The Sherpa museum and traditions resemble the influencing Sherpa trademark. The views of Everest Himalayas are stunning. Trekking through the northeast ridge, it brings you to Tengboche through the Juniper and rhododendron forest. The monastery is nicely protected and Mani Rimdu is the renowned festival celebrated in this place on the full moon around October and November. It is then the gradual climb through the glacial moraine and cliffs prevailed trail.
The Everest base camp is a hike from Gorakshep, which is the lap of the world’s highest peak-Everest. Hundreds of climbers stay with camping in the Everest climbing season in this place. Another spectacular hiking from Gorakshep to Kalapatthar offers the breathtaking views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori. It is all the way down to Lukla and end the trip.
The journey from and back to Kathmandu was extremely long but the owner of the company, Shiva, made it wonderful, the best road trip of my life. Those views were breath taking. Once we arrived to the local villages everyone were there to welcoming us. The hospitality was indescribable and…