- Walk along the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest base camp
- The magnificent view point to the Kalapattar
- Charming view of peaks from Tengboche Monastery
- Get to know and understand Sherpas insight related to lifestyle and culture.
- Nepal’s longest Ngozumpa and Khumbu Glaciers
- Classical Route to Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri
- Stroll around Sagarmatha National Park.
- Undergo Helicopter flight experience to the Himalayas
- Three large high passes (Cho-la, Kongma-La & Renjo-La passes)
- Heart of Sherpas “Namche
Everest Trekking is certainly a gutsy adventure for people living on the edge. Mt. Everest was identified as the world’s highest peak by Sir George Everest in 1852, and then Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa were identified as the first climbers to conquest Mount Everest, which has inspired a lot of adventurers from all around the world to seek the view from the highest peak or as well as reach Everest Base Camp as the launch pad. Mount Everest is the stepping stone for the Endeavour Courage and Bravery in which our myths are made of and is definitely the king of all summits. An amazing insight of this trek has to be from Kalapattar, west of and across to the terrific Khumbu Glacier. The trail via Gokyo-Ri and Cho-La takes it to the next level as it reveals the excellence of the Everest Massif. From here you can get in close up upfront in Elysium, where dreams are made of.
We conquer not the mountains but ourselves
The sphere around Khumbu is generally recognized as the Everest Region. The Everest Region is located geographically within Sagarmatha National Park established in 1976. As recognized by ‘UNESCO’ in 1979, this park was listed as World Heritage with an area of 1148 sq km and lies 120km North East of Kathmandu. Upper Catchments areas of Bhote Koshi Rivers and Dudh Koshi Rivers are also included in Sagarmatha National Park. This park largely consists of deep gorges and rugged terrain within the height of 2845m at Monju and other peaks above 6,000m are Amadablam, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu, Thamserku, Nuptse and Pumori. The flora at lower level is controlled by silver birch, fir, juniper trees and rhododendron. At around 4500m, the forest discloses rhododendron scrub and Juniper. A squad of mammals, musk deer, Himalayan thar, Himalayan Black Bear and Himalayan Red Panda are all native to the park.
‘Everest’ home to the Sherpas and the enigmatic Yeti is filled with the warm hospitality of the locals and is famous for expeditions. The hike comprehends not only the Everest Base Camp but also to the picturesque place in the laps of looming place of Everest like Lukla, Namche Bazaar, Tyangboche and the entire Solukhumbu. This place is the heart of Sherpa people where you can get to know their culture, tradition and their lifestyle. The entire trek begins from Jiri to Lukla. For those with a short amount of time, flying to Lukla is the best option. Flight usually depends on the weather condition. However on request, chartered flights and helicopter services is also available on request.
For the mountain lovers and backpackers, their journey is incomplete without the glance of the greatest mountain. It is a mystical calling for the contest of discovering the unknown. On a clear day, for some it will be sufficient to view Everest from the Kathmandu Valley and for some it will be possible to sit in the amenity of a plane for the experience where as someone who accept in winning it all and being adventurers.
In this region, the prominent ‘Sherpas’ live here whose lives are interwoven with the teachings of Buddhism. To celebrate the festivals like Dumje and Mane Rimdu, people gather around to the renowned Tengboche and other monasteries. Thame, Tengboche and Pangboche are some other well known monasteries that you will come across as you travel to this region.
The trek from Namche to Kala Pathar is also very renowned. In addition to that Chukung Valleys and Gokyo Lake provide sensational views. Phortse is known for viewing wildlife in rugged region where as The Thame Village is known for the Sherpa Culture. There are other treks to high passes but it is best to have a guide and proper Everest trekking gears for trekking in the ‘Khumbu ‘of Everest Region as the trails are glorious but can be mean too.
At Nepal Nomad, the Everest Trekking Package is carefully planned with logistics to bring you down to the base and lay the groundwork for challenges. You are then set to join the gateway of the tallest mountain on the planet. For further inquiry you can contact us or mail us at [email protected], we present you holiday with lifetime experiences.