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Everest Region Treks
Everest Region Treks

 

 

Everest Base Camp trekking is one of the world’s best treks, set amongst breathtaking high mountain sceneries. Magnificent landscapes, imposing and prestigious peaks, tapering ridges and colourful Sherpa villages contribute to turning this trek into an unforgettable experience. After flying from Kathmandu to Lukla (Tenzing-Hillary) airport, the route takes you through the high Khumbu Mountains before finally arriving at the foot of Everest. The starting point for all summit attempts, Everest Base Camp is situated on the Khumbu Glacier.

 

We ascend the Kala Pathar (5,554m) for one of the highlights of this trek and from here one gains a lifelong memory of an incredible panorama of Ama Dablam, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse and the majestic Everest, or Chomolungma (Mother Goddess of the World) in Sherpa language. In Nepali it is called Sagarmatha which has many meanings including Brow of the Ocean or Mother of the Universe. She is undeniably the greatest of all mountains, standing at 8,848m. The impressive Thyangboche Monastery (3,860m) is an important Buddhist monastery, which has the largest Gompa in the Khumbu region. Built in 1923, it has been damaged by both earthquake and fire. It has subsequently been rebuilt with help from the Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation and many other international supporters.

Everest panorama trek

Everest Panorama Trek   (6 Days)

Everest Panorama Trek is considered as an easy trek compared to Everest high base camp Trek and others trek. It has very short interval of time like 5...
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Gokyo Lake and Renjo la Pass   (15 Days)

Gokyo Lake gives an alternative to the traditional Everest Base Camp. Gokyo lake (4800m/15748 feet) Renjo la pass (5360m/17585feet) trek is no doubt o...
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Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp Trekking   (17 Days)

Everest Base Camp Trekking is one of the world’s best treks, set amongst breathtaking high mountain sceneries. Magnificent landscapes, imposing and ...
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