Everest Base Camp Trekking is one of the most beautiful as well as one of the most sought after journeys in Nepal. It is a combination of enthralling mountain views and Buddhist culture within the high windswept valley of the Khumbu region. The trekking leads to different landscapes, green pine forest, pure nature and splendid views of many well known dominant mountains. The trail drops through farmland and Sherpa villages before rising to baren, yet beautiful landscapes. You have the opportunity to learn about the lifestyle of the Sherpa people who are the local inhabitant of this wonderful land. In this wonderful land, most of the people are influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. Together with the beauty of the Himalayas, the trek is culturally enticing which makes it the trek of a lifetime for so many. This wonderful region is popularly known as the home of Mt Everest. It is located in the northeastern part of Nepal. The trek also offers the opportunity to experience the diverse flora and fauna and visit the many Buddhist monasteries. The trek is arduous, but many tea houses are found on the trails offering good food and a cosy bed to shelter from the sometimes harsh climate. You will have an opportunity to explore the monastery in Tengboche.
The Everest Base Camp Trek is the most renowned of all the trekking routes in the world and you will get to see, and admire the worlds highest peak. The trek begins from Lukla, (an experience in itself), after a 30 minute mountain flight from the Kathmandu valley. The small village of Lukla is also known as the gateway to the Everest region because most of the routes of this region have started from Lukla. The unique blend of outdoor adventure and culture expeditions is a great way for you to experiences the Himalayan region of Nepal. Along the trail, you will encounter many monasteries, prayer flags and prayer wheels, main wall and other evidence of the spiritual awareness of the inhabitant. You will have eye-catching views of the mountains like Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many other mountains of this land. We will enter the Sagarmatha national park which is well known for the home of many rare birds, animals, flora, and fauna. Not only the cultural diversity but we will also have an opportunity to see the wonderful views of the mountains, beautiful landscapes, flora, and fauna along this route. For trekking on this route, February to April and September to December season is the more suitable.