Most people, when thinking of Nepal, think of Mt. Everest as well. Even people who do not know much about Nepal have heard of the Everest trekking region. There is hardly anyone who would not want to travel and experience the magic of Everest.
The Everest trekking region offers the visitor a range of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Top of them all is the mysterious Mt. Everest. Visiting this mighty mountain, the king of kings, is the dream and highlight of many Nepal travelers. After all, Mt. Everest offers you the top of the world and will give you an incredible feeling of achievement.
Never mind from which side you enter the Everest region, you always have a fantastic view of the many mountains in this area: Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Kangtega, Mt. Cho Oyu and many more. Each of these mountains towers tall with its snow-covered top! The Everest Trek is designed to bring you to the homeland of the majestic Everest, in a safe but impressive way.
A convenient way to get to the Everest Base Camp
The trek begins with a flight to Lukla. At an altitude of 2845 m, the airport in Lukla is the highest airport in the world and the gateway to the Everest region. Besides the airport, there are a few hotels intended to cater to the visitors’ needs.
From here we take a descending trail down to the Dudhkoshi river and to Phakding. Next, we travel through the “Sagarmatha National Park” and continue to Namche. This buzzing town has historical relevance and was once a popular trade center. You will love its small pathways with their Dzopke(Yak crossed with local cow) and the museum of Namche. Here you can see the grand gallery and its exhibits mountaineering-related memories.
Syangboche airport is another tourist attraction and the closest airport to Everest Base Camp. It is an unpaved airstrip serving the village of Namche Bazaar. One of its highlights is the magnificent view from the Everest View Hotel.
Namche is the spiritual hub of the region. People visit the Tengboche Monastery in an attempt to enhance their spirituality and faith. For trekkers, on the other hand, Namche is the perfect place to breathe in the grandeur of the mountain range.
From Namche Bazaar, the trek leads through Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep. The highlight of the Everest Trek is the Everest Base Camp. From here you enjoy the magnificent view to Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Ama Dablam; to mention only a few.
A hike to Kalapattar brings you an unforgettable sunrise. An opportunity to behold the beauty of Mt. Everest.
A visit to the cerulean blue Gokyo lakes and Gokyo RI is a must-visit whenever you are in the Everest region.
To add adventure to your trek, we cross the Cho La Pass.
If you prefer walking in the shoes of Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norge, you could optional to walk through the region of Jiri. Even though this is a long and tiring trek, the memories you will collect outweigh every sore muscle or foot!
Independent/freelancer Mountain Guide offers its customers great travel packages for Everest trekking. They are carefully put together to cover all the needs and preferences of the trekkers. The packages vary in their costs depending on luxury, physical endurance, and many more considerations. Best of all, if we do not offer a destination you would like to see, you can customize the package to your preferences.