A trip in the Everest region is a direct approach to the base of the world's highest mountain – Mount Everest. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal. Thousands of tourists visit this beautiful region of Nepal every year.
The journey around Khumbu includes not only trails to Everest Base Camp but also Namche Bazaar where visitors feel comfortable to experience the heart of Sherpa culture, Nepalese Himalayas.
In Addition, your experience in Lukla, Thyangboche, and the rest of the Solukhumbu region will be unforgettable. Everest Base Camp trek has attracted tourists and climbers since 1953. The road to Everest Base Camp is mostly trekking, with well-maintained trails and plenty of lodging.
The transition to Everest is a matter of pride. There are a lot of reasons to climb Mount Everest:-
First, this region sounds very appealing to those who dream of visiting the highest snow peaks in the world. The transition to Everest Base Camp sounds as romantic as following in the footsteps of legendary mountaineers Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. The trail also leads to the Dudh Kosi valley and forests of flowering rhododendrons, blue pines and cypresses.
Second, trekking in the Everest area is also popular for its biodiversity. The area is rich in alpine vegetation and wildlife that includes Himalayan tar, musk deer, rats, rabbits and rare birds such as snow crows and snow doves.
Apart from hiking and trekking, the journey to Everest is also a cultural journey. Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, and the Kalapathar Route offer visitors the opportunity to experience Buddhist culture and heritage. Sherpa Buddhist monuments called stupas, chortens and gompas reflect the diverse cultural values of the northern Himalayan peoples.