Everest Region Trek
Everest Region Trek: Scaling to bottom of world tallest mountain peak and get enlighten with natural beauties and transcend you with epitome adventurous and spiritual lifetime experience. In every corner of the world people wonder about surmounting Mt. Everest and it appears on the top of the bucket list. For many people it remains as fairytales until and unless they stretch legs towards wonderland of Everest region.Formally started, after Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenginj Norgay Sherpa had successfully climbed the Mt. Everest in 1953, Everest Region Trek has been first choice of Himalaya Enthusiasts and culture vulture. The virgin land of Khumbu Region has been foregrounded by international trekkers and climbers since 1953. Tourism is backbone of this region and contributed a lot for development of this region from far flung remote area to town with all facilities like Namche Bazar and Lukla. The scary glacier, gorges, rocks and ridges on steep land resemble with hard life to people in remote Himalayan region. However the smiles and warm hospitality of Khumbu region people vitalize your journey during trekking to Everest RegionUNESCO listed The Sagarmatha National Park that houses Mt. Everest, all other peaks above 6000m like Nuptse(7861m) Pumori(7161m) AmaDablam(6812m), and other peaks, Chortens and monasteries in higher altitudes. The Everest Base Camp and panoramic Kala Paththar also provide you alluring close up view of Mt. Everest, you becomes overwhelmed of seeing world tallest mountain in front of you. Passing through world's highest Khumbu Glacier(4900m),crossing the ghostly passes like Kongma La (5,535m)Cho La (5,380m) and Renjo La (5,388m)and walking along side of series if Gokyo Ri Lakes make your journey adventurous.Various packages of travel itineraries are designed according to your time, budget and interest. Generally people take light to Lukla and start trekking via Namchebazar through lush forest of rhododendron, pine and other natural fauna and flora crossing suspension bridges over Dudh Koshi River several times. The monasteries, Chortens, and temples flapping with colorful prying flags reflect the semi-Tibetan Buddism practice in Himalaya region.There is an alternative trekking route via Jiri which needs 10 days more but provides you chances to explore natural beauties and to be familiar with local people of Dolakha districts. For the persons who have 10-12 days trek to Solu to Khumbu via Sagarmatha National Park is sufficient to sightsee Himalaya peak, local community and other natural flora and fauna. Everest Base Camp Trek, Trek to Kala Paththar, Three Passes Trek, Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek are popular trekking routes for Everest Region Trekking.